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1 AGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLI] GTON, WASHINGTON, TtlURSD. Y, OCT. 8, 1953. i children have returned to,, I j [ | O~O J their home here after spendingllr,, r , )n', | ~x.. ~,,[^~r- ..... [iseveral months on Camano Is- [ ~oey-z, aa:e nuey BRYANT ',! .... ~ ~,~,,,y__~,s,,, [~land, where Wayne is employed. [Terry Bunten. corr. Iii Ali~e Thomsen !,j corresponuent. If Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson ofl Phone 307W2 [ ] Phone 250W3 ~l~m~ to Delaware ] East Stanwood and Louie Ander- Chief Christian ] Finish Year Books Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradleylson were guests of Mrs. May Goes to Iapan } The Guys and Gals 4-H Club o a~d Karen left Monday on their Thompson on Sunday..The men- I *~rn home to Marshallton Del., zo~Ks naa a successlul tara num- after a visit here with Henry's ing trip while here. ~nts, Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Clark Knights of :~r~:lley. On their way they will Maywood spent the week-end at ~'top in Michigan to visit Henry's ~r brothers, Edward, Willard, :2~ewis and Peyton and their ram- ~:~ Parker Sells The Glen Parkers have sold :~h" farm to some folks from ~mmtern Washington and are giv- :ilz~g up possession about Nov. 1st. ~4~assge Bazaar ~S~t for Oct. 16 The Mr. Wheeler Grange Aux- itliary met at Mrs. Johanna Buck- ::ltn's home on Thursday, Oct. 1st. Tpae bazaar to be held at the ,~Gmnge hall on Friday evening, .Oct 16th, was discussed and ar- ;titles made for same. They will :mell needlework and aprons, i~lbs, etc. There will be a fish ~d for the youngsters and a ~tch auction and other usual ?]h~z.aar attractions. They are .~plannlng for an evening of fun and everyone in the community :is cordially invited. Frank Bailey, residing up Deer ~.~eek on the former Sandberg r~eh, is putting the finishing ~~v~hes on a new block house, and Frank Germaine is laying the foundation for a new house at ~e border line of the former A10xidge place. He has a mill -~trueted across the county road and nearby the John Flet- ~hers have built an addition to their home. New House We sure were amused and ~mazed to read the article about the C~eorge house in the column last week, and as we were $boved to the corner will have to ,do or say something to vindicate ~,n'selves. Our friends have been bored for years about the house were going to build and never !~ot any farther than conversa- so we decided they could see ~tead of hearing it. But the go- was slow and it grew like a mushroom in January. After a long last it popped out of the :~ound and now you can see it's going to have two doors and it's ::hoped that by the time you read this that you can count the win- Mrs. Jennie Brooks of Trafton came Sunday for a couple of days ~,sit at the Clarence George home and then went to John O)le's for a visit. While here she c~lled on her many former friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Peterson their home here. the Bryant Hall. ' I1uveniles Plan Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson I Gavel Program and Miss Virginia Hull left Men- n of ..... I Edna Brendemuhl, matro aay morning for Cahfornla wnere . .. they plan to mare their home. the ~ryant Juvemle Grange They stopped over in Portland to would like every Juvenile Grange visit Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. member to be present at.the reg- and Mrs. Wallace Usatillo and mar meeting Frlaay mght, so started south again Monday plans can be made for the gavel morning, " " program to be presented October --The Grandview Auxiliar will 23rd. Drill will be presented and meet at the G. P. RenglerYome a program planned. Tuesday, October 13. Boulder Club The local P.T.A. met Wednes- day evening at the school house. After the business meeting a good lunch was served by Mrs. Bussard and Mrs. Bill Baker. i Mrs. Mary Gates and Mr. and Mrs. George L. Anderson attend- ed the Arlington P.T.A. on Mon- day evening. This meeting was ken. They reported that the Stevens Pass was a beautiful sight with the gorgeous coloring of the autumn leaves. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Klevick and children Dick and Linda spent Sunday in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tungate at present in the L. Casner home id Fullerton, in Arlington. Gary Peterson, Correction .... Albert Bowles I wish to correct an error that Stangland. Leslie Bearruw, John Satushek, Jr. and Laine stead of a Mr. and Mrs. W. Carey. Mrs. Bunten. Saturday afternoon I'm sorry about this error. Terry Mr. and Mrs. W. Bunten and Ter- Bunten. ry called on Mrs. Lynn Colby of Arlington and was glad to find Callers Saturday afternoon, her able to be up and around af- Sept. 26th, at the Carl Schmid ter her recent illness. home were Mrs. Roy Blacken and little son Lauren and Mrs, Black- Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Usatillo of Portland arrived Monday ev- ening to visit Mrs. Usatillo's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFar- land. Mrs. Clifford Blodgett, Mrs. Rue Ennis and son Jim of Bel- lingham visited at the J. B. Thomsen home Tuesday. Miss Barbara Ingham spent three days last week at Yakima on the 4-H judging and won a blue ribbon. You are doing fine Barbara. The regular auxiliary meeting will be'at the Grange hall Wed- nesday, October 14th. Week-end guests at the J. B. Thomsen home were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jack and Kathleen of Seattle. To Meet Oct. 16 Boulder Improvement Club will meet Friday the 16th of October at the Grandview. Recreational Center. After a short business meeting the program will be turned over to George Espe, mod- erator for the Arlington Advisory Council panel, discussion group on the program ben issue for re- building of the old Washington building for a Junior High School. Making changes in the heating system of the Roosevelt school and providing funds for addition to the new school needed. The Go Between Birthday club will meet at the Brendemuhl home Friday, October 9th at 1:30.] and Raymond Tungate attended en's niece. Susan Lindquist of Ar- the funeral on Monday for Olgar lington and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moe at Silvana. Mr. Moe was the Carey of Lake Riley. father of Bernie Moe, a local res-J ,Sunday dinner guests of the ident. I Del Waughs were Mrs. Waugh's Doris Marshall and Mrs. Rob- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reed, and ert Krause enjoyed a trip to Mt. nephew, John Barrett, of Seattle. Baker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wasson (Evalene) of Seattle spent Satur- day with her parents, the Jen- ners. Then Mrs. Wasson took her mother, Mrs. Jenner, to Maws- ville to help the latter's brother to celebrate his birthday. On Monday the Wassons left on a hunting trip to Alberta, the bird season being open. Mrs. Mary Gates enjoyed a trip to Richland for the week-end. Mrs. Gates is president of the Arlington School Board system land with others met with the Richland board. They are one of the big branches of the state with a membership of about 250. Mrs. Roberta Parish and son of Mr. Vernon spent a day last week with her sister, Mrs. Gust Pearson. Beryl Knights and Sarah Prich- ard with Stina Olsen, Marlene Nyblod Lewis, and Eva Edlund of Darrington went to Puyallup fair on one of the closing days. A group of close friends gath- ered with Mildred Krause to cele- brate her birthday on Oct. 1st. Bill Phelps is home from the Arlington hospital and is much improved. O CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautifu| service, floral offerings, and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful -- Anton Kraetz family. Mrs. Dale came from Seattle Friday evening to spend the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carey of Lake Riley. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Read and two children, Pamela and David of Seattle, were dinner guests at the Carey home. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Hegeman of Edmonds and Mrs. A. Stallbaum of Everett were Sunday supper guests at the Carl Schmids. Leo Rehwinkel of Snohomish called in the aftgrnoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adolfson of Arlington Heights visited Saturday night with the Schmids. Sunday evening guests of the W. J. Wells were Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Swanson and daughters of Cicero. A recent visitor of the Wells was Mr. Well's brother of Vancouver, Wash. While here Carl Well and family came from Everett and took them on a trip around the Mt. Loop, which was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Sophia Blair came from Sequim to attend the funeral of her Uncle Anton Kraetz Wednes- day. While here she visited her sister, Mrs. Louise Wallitner. On Thursday Granddaughters Patty Eidemiller and Sharon Wester came to stay overnight and help Grandma Wallitner celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wallitner and family of Marys- ville visited Mrs. Wallitner. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bunten made a business trip to Marys- ville and Everett Monday. Thurs- day evening Mr. and Mrs. Ralph On October 19th at 7:~ the Bryant Grange ]ta year of 4-H will be beg ion of officers and pro for the coming year wil Every boy or girl w ten years of age befc her 1st 1954 may beco: ber. Members of the Gals 4-H Club of carry over into this they welcome new In Arlington - KILLOUGH for Dr. W. Glen 310 Ol Arlington, - HOURS - 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 CLOSED "HELLO, FOLKS. THIS IS HAROLD LAND, YOUR PLYMOUTH DEALER AT 583 OLYMPIC AVE. I WANT TO INVITE EACH OF YOU TO DROP IN NEXT THURSDAY, OCT. 15TH, TO SEE MY NEW 1954 PLYMOUTHS. IT'LL BE A PERSONAL FAVOR TO ME TO HAVE YOU COME IN, AND I THINK YOU'LL BE DOING YOURSELF A FAVOR TOO, BECAUSE THIS NEW PLYMOUTH IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL I'VE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE OF SHOWING YOU. IT'S A LONGER CAR THIS YEAR, PACKED WITH NEW VALUE FEATURES. I'LL BE THERE WITH ALL MY STAFF, READY TO GIVE YOU A WARM WECOME. LET'S MAKE THAT A DATE RIGHT NOW--NEXT THURSDAY IN MY SHOWROOM. THAT'S 583 OLYMPIC AVE., WHERE THE LATCHSTRING IS ALWAYS OUT. FREE PRIZES." And NO PARKING PROBLEM Starting business in 1948 in quarters 14x18, our business has filled a need in this rapidly growing neighborhood, until we have found it necessary to expand--We have just com- plete da building 30x32, and have installed refrigeration and fresh Vegetable display equipment--We are now able to offer com- plete grocery service and invite you to in- speet our new store. WE FEATURE CANNED GOODS TAKI HOME POP--6 BOTTLES 48e, PLUS BOTTLE DLPOSI. COLD POP AND MIXERS * DARIGOLD ICE CREAM * HENKLE'S SOFT iCE KREME -- WE CARRY COLD' CUTS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE --- STORE HOURS 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M., INCLUDING SUNDAYS YO U A RE INVITED TO INSPECT THE NEW Our new Ward Monterey Produce Case enables us to carry flesh, crisp vegetables. ACROSS FRENCH AVENUE FROM HIGH SCHOOL