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4 The Arnica Thur ay. Oao r 12, i 96 I. - HE Gladsjo - Ambro Wedding ber 29, 5 p. m. wedding of Miss Carole Ann Marie Ambrow to Patrick Warren Gladsjo, U.S.S. Frontier. U. S N. with the Father Frank O'Brien officiat- ing at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ceor~e J. Ambrow of Long Beach, California and the groom's parents are Mr'. and Mrs. Harry Gladsjo of Darring- ton. Given by her father, the bride LaConner 12, Darrington 6 The Loggers invaded LaCon- net on Friday, October 6th but the invasion was repulsed. The Braves were up for this game and the Logger line was out- played for all but one series of downs in the third quarter. La- Conner scored in the first qtr. on a sustained drive and there left halfback carried it over from about 8 yards out. The Lo~gers were able to hold the LaConner Braves to this one score until late in the fourth quarter when the same hal/ went off the Logger left tackle for about 40 yards and their second T. D. Darrington scor- ed early in the third quarter with Larry Jones going off his own right tackle for 35 yards and a T. D. The extra point try failed as did both of LaCon- nets. Coach George Jones was very displeased with his Log- gers showing but expressed hope that with a few changes a~d some hard work his boys will redeem themselves this Saturday against Tolt. Larry Jones, Senior halfback, was singled Out as the outstanding j Logger footballer in the LaCon-: ner game. Ted Weisenberger also received praise from Jones for his showing at De- fensive end particularly since this was his first starting as- signmeat. Next game Saturday, October 14th at 1:30 p. m. Tolt vs. Dar. rington at Darrington. O The Catholic Women's Altar Society met at the home of Mrs. Dick Gilbert on Tuesday even. ing. October 3rd. After the meeting all attended the inquiry class which is being held at the church. There were seventy-three at. tended the Darrington Youth Dance Friday evening. There were seven chaperones. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Page ~nd family joined relatives at Mr. and Mrs. Alex Yeagers in Concrete and celebrated Mr~ Page's birthday. MR. AND MRS. PATRICK WARREN GLADSJO [ Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Page of Standards of white chry- short veil, gloves and satinI [ ~arysville visited Mr. and Mrs. santhemums and white stock shoes. She carried a bouquet of[ Clifford Page on Saturday ev- in the Holy Innocents Catholic yellow carnations with snriru [ening. Church at Long Beach, Calif. pink streamers. [ There were twelve young l was the setting for the Septem.The best man was Nell De' [ folks and Mr, and Mrs. Leroy: nison of Seattle. Candlelighters . Hasenyager attended the youth rally at Lyman Sunday. They wore a Cathedral length gown~ of white taffeta, with white! over sash and hoop skirt. Her and altar boys were Daxid and Lynn Rizer. Ushers were Bruce Toffelmeir. The men we, re white dinner jackets and ear- nation boutonnieres. her her daughter's wedding Mrs. Ambrow chose a royal blue lace dress with satin bro- cade. Her accessories were royal blue and she wore a white orchid co 'sage. The groom's mother, Mrs. Gladsjo. wore a light beige and gold metalic satin brocade dress. Her accessories were beige and she wore a white orchid cor- sage. The reception was in the ban. quet hall of the church. The decorations were in fall color,~ of shrimp pink, yellow and white. A banquet supper was served by nine ladies of Holy Innocents Church and IIarriet I hush,an of Darrin~ton. A champagne toast was given the BUY IT jewelry was a single stra~,,d of pearls. Her veil was elbow length with a crown of seed pearls. Her bouquet was a white orchid and stephanti with white streamers. The maid of honor was Miss Judy Ambrow, sister of the bride. She wore a shrimp pink street length full skirt chiffon dress with matching tiarra and Go ahead... with If it's love at first sight, buy that new car or late model car with low-cost Seafirst Auto Financing. Monthly payments are tailored to your income and you'll find Sea first financing easy to arrange. Just ask your dealer or see our Installment Credit Department. I~SHINGTON'S SEATTLE -FIRST NATIONAL BANK MEMIIMr~ eqtDe, l~,4. DEPOIMT ~t~lb~CE ~0RPOI~ STATIEwlDE BANK were from the First Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Price and family of Lynnwood visited Mr. and Mrs. George Hamlin on Sunday. Mrs, Price is a niece of Mrs. Hamlin. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright visited Mr and Mrs. Eldon Lowe in Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Maskeland in Marys- vil!e on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Knights and daughter Theresa and Mrs. Peryl Knights of Arlington were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Elon Holm and family. Terry Reece has improved a lot. He was able to be in a wb~] chair a few minutes on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green of Darrington announce the forth- coming wedding of their daugh- ter Maudie Ellen to Mr. Law. fence M. Hoooer of Darrington on October 27th. 0 Menu Oct. 16-20 Monday, macaroni goulash, cheese slices, lettuce salad, gar- lic bread, fruit. Tuesday, meat and potatoes or Hungarian goulash, corn, ginger muffins, fresh fruit. Wednesday, hot dogs, potato salad, ice cream. Thursday,, chili, celery sticks cinnamon rolls, jello. Friday, steamed rice, ham sandwiches, fruit Betty. bride and groom after which one hundred and fifty guests were served. Cutting the three tiered wed- dirt cake was Mrs. Dorothy Bil- li, serving punch was Miss Nan- cy Marine. In charge of the guest book was Miss Mary Sam. stagg. Dancing followed the banquet. The couple left for their new home in South Gate, California. The honeymoon .will be at Christmas time when they will come to Darrington. O-- ............ Darrington Churches St. John Catholic Church Darrington, Wash, Father Edward C. Boyle, Pastor Mass: 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays: 11:30 a.m. 2rid and 4th Sundays: 8:00 a.m. Confessions: B_eefore Mass. Episcopal Church Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Family Ser- vice with Holy Communion 9:30 a.m. Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship at 11. Training Union 7:00. Preaching 8:00 p.m. Tuesday Women's Mission Soc. 10:00. Wednesday prayer and Bible study. The Rev. W. M. Breedlove. pastor. First Baptist Church The Rev, Jim Slaton, Pastor Sunday School at 9:45 a.ne.. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Senior Young People at 6:~ p~. Evening Service at 7:30 p.m. Thursday: Choir at 7 p.m. Prayer Fellowship at 8 a.m. Assembly of God Sunday -- 10:00, Sunday School; 11 :@0, Morning Worship, Children's Church and Jr. Church 6:30. C. A. Service, 0:30. Evening Service, 7:30. Midweek Service Wednesday, "/:30. Cbnrch of uod of Prophecy Sunday: 10:00 a.m., Sunday School; II:00 a.m., Church Service. Wednesday evening, 7:30--l~syer & Bible Study. Thursday, 10:30 a.m., missionary meeting. Frlday evening, 7:30: Young Peeple's meet. Grace Baptist Church ]Regular services: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Preaching Services I1:00 a.m. Senior Young People 6:15 p.m. Evening Service 9:30 p.m. Darrlngton Methodist Church Emmons & Alvord St. Charles W. Johnson, Minister Phone Arlington GEneral 5-3259 Church school at 10:10 a.m. Worship service at 9:00 a.m. The ~tor's sermon will be entitled, "Finding Happiness." The ladies of the church will have a Rummage and Bake sale on Thurs- day, October 12, a~ the Fire EhLll. The W.S.C,S. will meet at the church on Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. Civil Defense To Be Discussed At P.T.A. Meet Mrs. Weir Lemmon will pre- sent Civil Defense information at the October meeting of the Darrington P. T. A. The meet- ing is scheduled for Monday, October 16 at 8 p. rn in the grade school gym. Items Mrs. Lemmon will cov- er include Fallout Shelters. sanitation, food and medical i supplies, radiation sickness and others. Lewis Noble will report on our present state of pre- paredness. Dr. Koop will dis- cuss and answer questions con- cerning the medical aspects, of survival. The principal of Darrington High School will favor us with a plane solo. Refreshments will be served by mothers of the Freshman and Sophomore classes. FOR SALE--One mare, 2 colts, well blooded. Scoon McC,~,I ley, Darrington. Phone HE 6.2941. The Methodist ladies are hav. ing a food and rummage sale on Thursday starting at 10 a.m. (5S0 COMMUNITY Mrs. Nellie George, cor. ,,,,, , ',, Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Krause and family were dinner guests on Sunday in Everett with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan. Mrs. Mel Mortensen and daughters Shirley and Bonnie were visitors in Everett recently calling on Mrs. J. E. Daniel who has just returned from a trip to New Mexico where she visit. ed with relatives and friends. Mrs. J. J. Praaiey fell last Tuesday and broke her nose also the inside of her mouth was badly cut. She was im- mediately taken to the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Mortensen visited in Snohomish and" Men- lee on Saturday with their mothers and were dinner guests in the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thomas at Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George went to Everett where they met the latter's sister, Mrs, Mabel Kamm of Toppenish and to- gether they attended the funer- al on Thursday of a brother-in- law, Marvin Smith at Marys- ville. Mrs. Kamm returned to Tor~penish the same day. The 4~H Club leaders, Mes- dames Leora Bates, Norma Pearson, Lillian Poteet and Opal Fiesick went to Arlington er of such ,,-.are that it was The new Heights last Wednesday to check record books for the past year. Visiting for a week with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Howarth were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C-co Howarth of Nephi, Utah. While here they were taken on sight- seeing trips. They are now visiting in Seattle before their return home. Booster Night Oct. 14 Anyone having anything in- teresting to exhibit (hobby, handicraft, sewing, fancywork, flowers, garden produce or what have you) are asked to please bring to the Grange Hall this Saturday evening, Oct. 14 at 8 o'clock to the Mt. Wheeler Boosternight. The 4-H Club leaders will give out awa~rds to the 4-H members and there will be a program of musical num- hers etc. Bob Blacker will show some beautiful colored slides that he took while in Korea and Japan. Everyone is welcome and there will be no charge. There may be dancing i afterwards if desired. James Soule has returned to school after being absent for ai few days following a football accident at school when he got ligaments torn from his arm and other injuries to his should. impossible to put a cast on. The Mt. Wheeler Grange Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Mary Gates this Thursday af- ternoon at one o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knuth of Lfncoln, Nebraska left Friday for their home after spending a week visiting here with their son Gerald and his family. While here they were taken on several sightseeing trips, to Stevens Pass, Camano Island and into Canada and also through Weyerhaeuser Mill. On Sunday they were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nnuth (Esther) and family on Camano Island at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson, parents of Esther Knuth. The Oso Homemakers Club: met on Oct. 4th at the home of Mrs. Millie Krause instead of the usual meeting place, be- i cause of the absence of mere. hers who were called on other activities. A pot.luck was en- joyed with coffee furnished by Mrs. Krause. After dinner the meeting was opened by Mrs. Eugene Orlon with Mrs. Soule as secretary. The Oso 4-H Cattle Club met for their first meeting of this fiscal year at the local club room on Saturday afternoon. officers are Schmidt, President; Bates, Vice President; Pearson, Secretary; Tungate, Reporter. Head committee, Katy Schmid. next meeting will be Nov. Anyone interested to join invited to attend this meet: Information has come Ralph Creeder, formerly Cicero, but now on Route ' was painfully injured by a last Friday when she cha up on him while he had back turned at work. helps the recipient to bee< independent of it. --- John Rockefeller, Jr. yourself with Safeco's money-savlng "All-In-One" Homeowners Insurancel JERRY McAFEE'S Arlington Office GE 5-4011 .~ollg OFfl|, SZaft'tl AD PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 12-13-14. RIGHT TO LIMIT. U. S. Choice Chine Bone Removed for Easy Carving. Lb. TmS VOLU No. ON 1 4 TO 16 I B. AVG. IIAM. Lb. CIt()ICL, WELL TRIMMED. Lb. 14 TO 16 LB. AVG. HAM. Lb. i FRY ()R BROIL. Lb. SUNEF, BRAND. ( UBLI , FROZEN. Lb. BOLOGNA OR (A. C.) MtI,WAbK CHUNK STYLE. Lb. KE E S BETTY CROCKER 3 Layer Cake OF Your Choice R NALLEY'S Quart Jars TASTEWELL Half Tins R 0 R ZEE White Giant Roll F 0 R I e SERVE-U SELECT PRODUCE e Heads CALIFORNIA LARGE FULL HEADS ................................... U. S. NO. 1 SIZE A, HAWLEY FARM ............................................ EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON DELICIOUS ........................................................ Lbs. MARBLEHEAD OR HUBBARD .................................................... Lb. SHUR - FRESH IS-Oz. FROZEN 3 F BOOTH'S O 8-Oz. Pkg. R DOLE SLICED 1~-Oz. Squat Tins SPARKLE ICE CREAM, gal. 59c 4 Roll Pack R FRANCO-AMERICAN 15-Oz. Tins TASTEWELL No. 1 Tall Tins 8~Sl SHURFINE 4-Lb, far CAMPBELL'S Chili Beef Veg. Breton No. 1 Tins 6~Sl Prices effective Oct. 12- 13-14. Right to limit. TRADING CENTER in DARRINGTON Where Satisfaction I Is a "Buy" Word R SERVE-U HouRs: CA~E'C IIII Mon. thru Sat. 9 to $ ~"~--""''" S day IO to 6 : DOLLARS an III I IIIIIII I I Ill Illl Illl IIllll Illlll I Illllll II Ill Ill Ill I I I '