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PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1953. Struck By ! I. .I. . ...... I Bert Greens boy was hit by all LAKET~7~m [l[ GETCHELL IlLeroy tlasenyager Car Ydierers Icar Sunday. t_e was taken to ther] r, v~J~/ [l[ "'" Mrs. Horace Enyeart, Darrington Hospital in the ambu. Mrs. Hilde, corr. Mrs. Willis Hllde, corr. IIC ll~ C~.l~llr.~p. AnnT,~hptt]~] ..... ----=.-:- ..... Pho,, Te,ephone 2117 _om,_. ...................... lance where he was examined e 2117 IJ l"l" val jonnson inlurea b ' " ~ ! " Feace Uthcers ........ y Doctor Riddle and released.| Mrs. Irene Curry of Anacortes] Mr and Mrs Geor,,e E Wi~,-l|n Army .~n~| On Tuesday night, ..... I . val Jonnson was mlure.a lwon-]He suffered only minor cuts and|spent the week-end with tVlrs, l,,in ",w pnrt Bl~,q-~n,~,~" fr,~n]**aa azaaaaj ~,aaVVa three teen-age youths M~I. ~ I|~i~$~ I~ay~rnrm, ng,,w..n, ii.e wrK,l.ngfir[bruises. Kenneth Bennett drove[Lottie Alstrom. ~ |~hnr~'d',~v'till ~'t~ra~v~iTh ;h~ir[ Madison, Wis.--Army Pfc. Le- that 'crime does not pay,' lva~;~;& aaa as~aaaaa~vaa th.e~ana w ~nn: .fie cut ms.motlthe ambulance and Clyde Ta-i Mr and Mrs Orlin Merklin ofls'o'n"and"fam'il'L"'+h'~n'r~''~i',~ royL. Hasenyager, sonofMr and $300 was collected fromt The annual meeting of the w~th an ax, reqmrmg ten stltch-ltham was the attendant. [Mt ~rernon were guests of Mr I~,ins ~, L ~ .... ~'~ "" *" ]Mrs. Lloyd Hasenyager, Dar- as a result of car pilferin Snohomish County Peace Officers[es. ] -- [an~i Mrs Ra,, L,,on~on Saturda,,'[~" m:" ......... [rington.Wash recently corn- Two of the young men " W dnes[ ~ [ I " ~ : spent]tmn~" lne tJetcneii t~ome vemonstra-the~rl' .... was held m Darrmgton e - Weddzng . . pleted a course m dairy farm- ed their bail of $100 al ....... :' .... of'Moray Bear John Peterson of Monroe Club have changed ............................... uay evening, ~epL 6utn. t~nlel Wh ho o and M B b . . ~t~ uu~uucteu uy the u m ~rmeu " trl ~..,~.... ,;.~. , ........... e ~eattle]John Tur~i- D.~ ~x,~.,~ ~...~1 e me f Mr. rs. o Ithe past week with his daughterlmeetmg date to the 2nd Tuesdayl,~.~r~ T..~+~ ........ O ......... third emtced to stand _u**~e ,o.. ~a,~.~,,~ .,. ~, ~ v -, ~,~,,~-~ .,*-~= a-U,liilton Jr was th ....... ~ ~ ............... , ............ ~.- ~o ,,,.,u--~ tuo~r~s, ***au~- was convicted and a fine "- " k r Als res 'Nathen Bu ......... ' , ., ~ o~=,,= ~,* ,,,unu ~am~y, ,wr anu mrs t.,eorge In me monm and tney Will De son Wis was me gues.t speaKe:. .. o p...-i ",~ . t as r~.ya~[, nave eaugm]beautiful but quiet wedding Sat- Rauch " " " held in the evenings / _' . .. assessea. ent were t~nlez oz ~etectlves vmlaoout ten dears in [ne past seven/urdav October 3 Frank Feld-I . " ....... ] .... ~" " / amerman serweemen all over The youths were andre'. Kramer, of Seattle, Captain An-lweeks. All were caught over on],.o~'s~' Jr of Everett aria Miami ,,.v,r. anuo~s, nero ~ruger anal nooert Gzbos returned homelthe world are enrolled in the bv Officer Parker at- l~ derson of the Everett Police De-I the Sauk Prairie. ~gatricia Selle-s of Klama't'l~ Falis~tcmlaren oz bary, Minn., are vis-lfrom the Vets hospital in Seattle. lmore than 300 correspondence Back-strum Motor Co The ~. " , iting at the Willis Swimme home Sunday callers at the George courses offered bv USAFI The m partment Liquor Board officials ---------- .... " " b ri" in ~,~ ~,~,~,,~,, ,,r ~n,~ ~to,,~ ~,~ I Visitin,-at th,~ h ..... Mr~ [ ......... ] . uger is a cousin of Mrs Humphrey home were Mr and stltute is part of the Armed ure., were united m marriage by Mrs Kr .... " " were said toe st pp g trol Benny Sands sheriff of Ca-[Hazel Jas,~er and Mr and Mrs ] r the r ra " ~ |S rome. Mrs. Pete Burton and family and Forces mformatmn andeduca- h~ trey. w. L ~or~em. inose present ~wi . , . . sorles from ca s. mano Island. Those present fromIGene HooSier and ~am'iiy on Sat:/~er Cand l~gs~mbSH~lt~n~.pi~re~s'[ Mrs. Jo Johnston and her fath-]Sam Dockendori, all of Everett Ilion program caParko~r reprte~hag~tn Darrington were the Mayor, Wal-lurday was Mr. t~itiy Thorne Og[and Mru Rnh 14titan '.Tr "'and[er, Mr. Morrison, were Tuesdayl Mr. and Mrs. Willis Nichols ofl Private First Class Hasenyager Marvsville had been visi ........................... stati ter Bates, JusHce of the Peace Seattle. Mr. Ttmrne is Mrs. JaS'/dau~,hter "~i~in~ M~ (~rnh.lnlght callers at the Mark Dunns. ISoap Lake have been visiting oned at Camp San Luis the same youths Tom Sharpless, city couneiImen, lper's son, and Mrs. hooper'slChas~'e Mr Geor-~e Sv)enson'*~Ir! M~'. and Mrs D Bauer andlwith the Fred Lindborg and Er.!Obispo, CaliL, is a 1951 graduate] .... chief of the Fire Department, ll)rother. |and ~frs. 'Bud C~l~ase and 'Mrs"lchildren of Everett" were dinnerInest Anderson families the past of Darrington High School and In Arlington - Phone 1 Auxiliary Police Department.! Ed Hunter Sr and Harry But-lBor~oth "rb,~ wodm ........ ~,~'lguests of Mr and Mrs Gowerlweek. a former employee of the Threel KILLOUGH CLEANE] Civil Defense Depar.tment and t!e,: are ~pentiing'a week at Loon.I lowed"l~'y a ~mallrcce'p~'tio'n-at t~lell-ianson on Saturday. " Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Scott of Ev- Rivers Plywood and Timber corn-I ....... for ...... ,~ the city marshal, ylc G~lmour ILake, B.C. on a ~ishing trip|Ililton home Refreshments of] The Fidelity Garden Club will|erett were callers at the George v,~,,z, r~Xrr~r~ ~m~,~,,~ wno was responsime for having , . , -. - " . " ' Y A ' " ~--~ h,~ ai ........ ,~ .... ,~,~, ~,, n-~,: [ Saturday and Su.~ay visitors ~.eddlng cake, ice cream and cof-lhold their birthday meeting at n~erson home on Sunday night. ~ __ ,,~ ,, ~m ,, ~, _ ~:'~ Y .... ~..'~ ............ ~" ..... :'lat the home of M,' and Mrs I fee were served The newly mar-line Fidelity hall on Oct 21 ] Mr. and Mrs Ralph Bosworth L~ ~ ~ |:~|| |lP~llh|~ ,~hNl~t~lt rlngton inere was an attenu ~ v,, , ,. ,, .... anee of fort,, ei,-h~ ,-er ........ ~[,;oY, n ireland and daughter Trudy ried co ~ple left immediately for[ Sunday afternoon callers at thelm.tred to .Seattle Sunday to ~ ~,,~ ., " , 7.v '~"v. "_ ,"". . .~" s ~ v-~.~ ....... '.'lLee were Mrs Ireland's z)arents [Klamath Falls,Ore as thelHoward STalling, ~ ......... r,a, [visit relatives. [~ ~ wnen electric gaage~s go nayw~re. enjoyea a x erv race amner anu r I . = . ~- . ..~ IMr and Mrs C A Thomas otlg Odin must report back to the and Mrs A1 La Comnto af ~,~ | Mrs KathermeGroverandMrs an m~erestmgmeetmg, vor. en-tEllensburg " " " ]Marines October 18th. attic " " ...... ]Dorothy Slier of Tacoma spent II~ W ,NK S Phone 643 tertammenL mere was music oyl I I " ~the w ........... mt t~:::=~ Al'llIl~'[OIl vvasil Roland Mount and Charles En I Friday visitors at the homeof! ...... ----------- t Mr and Mrs George Ruff were!. , .eeK-ena at the A. t;. west- |g77~.~I I, ~ ' " " Mr and Mrs ~ot ~ ~aces " " I lung home . -- , "- yeart, two local boys, playing[ . Sam Bates were]~ttrat ~r..w~ [callers at the Albon Parker home. " and singing "Steel Guitar Ray ,,IMr and Mrs. John Parker andl ~. u u Ion Sunday [ Rev. and Mrs. Plowman of Ev- ~-------- "Hound~Do~ in the Window" a~a'd[daughter Maude and Mr. and There was. a good turnout and ~,~on in "mb~n ,h,~ no~,~ ,,~ c~,,~ erett were dinner guests of Mr.~ Hot Rod Race [Mrs. Elam Gray, all of Sedro-Ibeautiful weather for the Ht~2a ~ ,~ .......... t~ ~,..~ ~A [and Mrs. C. E. Haaland on Sun- ~~ __ |Woolley Sunday dnnmer guests[Rod Races Sunday afterno I ............. Iday ~ ...~" ......... , - ,~s uvon~orlng a t~arnlval at the! ... Sunrise Weddin,-Shower [were Mr and Mrs Bilil CarpenterlClyde Howard with car numoer! .......... a. ......................... ..~r~ .... ~ --r . - . ,. ~ ,- "~ . " .... I-,~ ~" ""-" "-~-~ " ~ "-'in !~caOOl. ,~veryone is welcome I 111. O.llU 11~. 1111D LIlIUC CtllU (! t*~'t 1~ | ~I Relatives gave a surprise wed-land ~v~r: voln Long, an ot ~eattle.loy won u,e ~,,,c d,,a.~ ~, ~ ~ ,:1 Mr ,,~,~ a~.o co~,,~,, ~,~ o,~ l family were dinner guests of Mr. ~ ] x.~ I ~~ ding shower at the home of Mr /Tney also attended the Singinglute ~.~ seconas., J~owm t~rawlorul, " ~';'~ *:', ................... "~and Mrs o ~( .... ~,~ nn ....... ~N,~ ~~ and~Mrs Owen Wells Sunday af'|Convention at the Baptist Chu~ch.]with car No. 2 came in second intl,,an and Iamny of Anacortes werel~h,,,~o,; ................. a ...... ternoon "in honor of-Mrs VCeiis'lMonday visitors were Mrs Jess[1 minute 8 seconds and Mack[~unaay visitors of the Ray Ly-}~"~r"~"*~ Mr~ C: ..... Wi~,~h~ ~ ~ ~~ roster and husband, Mr. and Mrs.lEmory and Mrs. Jack Rogers of|Hyatt, third, m I m.mute 8.6 set-| [and girls visited with the Earl ~~ ~ ~/ G N White of Belling, ham Thnue,Arlington. [onos. ~:ontestants in the in'st| There will be an adult bible|Adsit.~ in Everett on ~undav ~ ~ nro~:mt w~r~ Mr ~n~ Mr" W~'i] The Singin~ Convention held|heat, with ten laps, came in as study class at the First Lutheran ev ni- .- .................. " and daughters Mr and Mrs at the Baptist Church Sunday follows: Clyae Howarfl, nrst; Ea-lparlors, every Tt~esday evening] .Y ~ A - ~i- ~~ Jack Ness and'famiiy, Mrs. CoralWas reported to have been verylwin Crawford, second; Mack[at 8 o'clock Sunday school meets! Ness, Mr and Mrs Irvin Ness good. H yatt, third; Leuln B arker, ievery Sunday at 10 o'clock. [ [ ~ ~[ [t~~ and family all of" Seattle Mr ] Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward, | fourth. The second heat, with ten[ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gustavsonl[ SHOULTES I ~ "~---~ ~ ,fie White sent a gift but was~some time during the last of this Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Sam Strom and son Jimmie were Mr~.~- J. H. Lar- sen and son Johnnie and a friend Jolmie Sutless, all of Ev- erett. Visiting for a few days at the home oi" Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews and family were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olson of Arling- ton, S. Dak. Bob Andrews, son of Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews, has returned to Ellensburg, where he is at- tending the Central Washington College of Education. Spending the week-end at tht home of Cole Enslev and visiting other relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Eert Hayter and family of Des Moines. Tue,~day evening visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Bates and family and other rel- atives were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pollard and two sons, David an0 Stephen, of Chicago Mr. an~i Mrs. Walter Bates and son Jack attender1 the football game in Seattle Saturday. Visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs t enry Brown and son and Mr. and MrS. Clyde Morgan, over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan of Tacomal and Fort Lewis. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryson and family were Mrs. Alma Ross and three children of Mount Vernon. Mrs. Ross is Mr. Bryson's sister. Mrs. Chic Trudgeon underwent a tonsilectomy in the General Hospital. in Everett on Friday, Sept. 25th. Sheis home now and is feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashe and daughters. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of both Mr. and Mrs: Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoney were also guests. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freese and family were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Esperson and daughter of Bellingham. All we,re dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Strutz and family in Arlington. Mrs. Lee Rogers, of Ar- lington, eighty-five years old, was also present. Mrs. Rogers tepresonted the Pioneers, at the Evergreen State Fair at Monroe. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mc- Donald and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sygitowicz and sons. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hell and family for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Knights of Oso. ~,nable to attend month has been changed to Mrs. Glendon Moore was verv l"Girls Are Better Than Ever." a ,leasantly surprised Saturdavlthree-act comedy. aight when a group of friend'sl Mr. Horace Enyeart received a and relatives gave her a sur- telephone call Wednesday eve- r)rise birthday party at the home ning from his son Lester, who is of her parents' parents, Mr. and in Alameda, Calif., wishing him !'/:rs. Joim Cloer. Those present a Happy Birtbday. .,,ere Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, Mr. The skies have cleared and we ~:nd Mrs. Tommy Allen, Mr. and Mrs. ~,}'eldon Shirler, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. :Glendon Moore and their famil- ies and Mr. and Mrs. John Cloer and Miss Ann Cloer. 2Allah Garton has now been appointed Notary Public and has received her Notary Seal. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips md family were Mr. and Mrs. :~:rling Beck and son Erling, Jr., :sf Seattle, and Mr. Ben Napier of !Everett. i Mrs. Carl Rathjen was honored ~,~ith a Stork Shower at the home ~f Mrs. James Sawyer, Wednes. day afternoon A small gathering of friends and relatives present- ed hel" with some very lovely and useful gifts Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs. Boyd White were the host- osses. Spending this week at the home ~ff Mrs Gertrde Sterling are Mrs. !~eh Carter and two children and Mrs. Silva and two children, all of Seattle. Visiting at the home of Mrs. Adeline Tatham for a few days was Mrs. Lou Cabe of North [~ Thereend" will be no school Friday, due to Teachers' Institute will be held in Seattle. School children will be immun- ized against dipl~theria and small pox October 15th. Miss Colleen Reece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reeee, cele- brated her birthday Sunday with a picnic at Clear Creek, ~ith ap- prq,ximately thirty-five persons present Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Eiders were Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Eiders and family of Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tandy the proud parents of a baby girl who arrived at the General Hos- pital in Everett, Wednesday, Sept. 30th, weighing 6 lbs. 10 ozs. She has been named Lynn Pa- tricia. The Tandy's also have a boy 2 years old. Visiting over the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenoyer were Mrs. Netta Ed- wards of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Franklin of Belling- ham. They enjoyed a drive up the Suiattle to Buck Creek and a picnic at Clear Creek on Sunday. i)EMONsTRATION OF A Machine to Renovate Pastures/ HAROLD CUTLER PLACE Arlington Heights SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 1:~0 p.m. are again enjoying the beautiful sunshine Mrs. Alice Elinore Lambert re- turned home Monday after spending about a year in Call. fornia with her daughters Visiting on Saturday evening and Sunday at the home of Mr. anti Mrs. Maurice Vincent and family was Mr. Vincent's ne- phew, Ernest Vincent of Louisi- ana, now stationed at Fort Lewis. Mrs. Sam Bates and Mrs. Alvis Bertels gave a going-away party for Mr. and Mrs. Olin Cabe Fri- day night, and presented them with a Kodak with flash attach- ment, in honor of their trip to North Carolina. The plan to be. gone about six weeks. There were about twenty people at the party to wish them a nice journey Re. freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Cabe left Saturday. Goldie Enyeart has the Darring- ton agency for Arlington's KIL- LOUGH CLEANERS Call 511 for pickup and delivery service, Monda~and Thursday O' VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, correst)ondent. Mrs. Johnson of Everett and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bedingfield and Louise of Colville, Wash., were Tuesday luncheon guests at the MacGre- gor home. The Bedingfields are former Victoria resfdents. Also, on Sun4ay, the MacGregors had attended a silver wedding hon- oring Mr. MacGregor's sister and brother-in-law in Auburn. Sunday evening guests at the Bob Kuhnhausen home were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hansen and daughters Judy and Penny of East Stanwood. The 19 phone line has been out of order the past week. This week the 18 line isn't in order. In case of fire or need of a doctor, this is a bad situation Susan and Janice Brekhus were overnight guests of Barbara and Beverly Carlson of Bryant Satur- day, the occasion being Barbara's birthdaY. O Use Times Classltlen Ads - .~ffeetlve. economlea~ For SHOVEL DRAOLINE or Hoe Work Call S. V. LEDBETTER Phone 3545 Arlington How Christlcm Science Heals "God Can Help You In Time of Emergency" KJR (950 k) Oct. 11, 9 ~m. I~'.D.A.~'. TELEPHONE t771 MOTOR "~rlingtom'| Friendly Ford Doaler Since 1931" $ ARLINGTON, WASH.