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Mrs. Ruth M. Headle7 -- Phone GE 5-2064 from Trip ] Future Homemakers Mrs. Lois Baldwin returned] Conference last Wednesday from a 6-week~ The annual Conference of bus trip to the middle West. ]Northwest District, Future 8he visited friends in Colby, [ Homemakers was held last Sal- I~ans~s and with them attended[ urday at Ferndale High School, a celebration of the Sons and[ with the theme "Measure Your D'aughters of Soddys on High- [ Leadership". Attending from Way 24. Also visited were rel- [ Arlington High School were the atives and friends in Burling. [Misses Joyce Ream, Donna ton Yoder Denver, Colorado ] Gorton, Pat Darst, Louise Springs. She enjoyed the 84th~ Gulhaugen and Miss Nelda U1- annual fair at Rocky Ford, ] cry, adviser. From the Junior Colo. It snowed twice in Lara- [ High School were the Misses tale, Wyo., the first fall 2 inches [ Gloria Thompson, Dorothy and the second 4 inches. Mrs.[ Bowles, Delores Rice, Susy Wil. IMldwin is very enthusiastic[ son, Peg Bunch, Connie Hog- about her trip. | garth, Anne Ochampaugh and Eva Dean Coggins. Miss Lil. Lauri O. Hirvonen of Sedro- I lian Lonke, adviser, was unable Woolley and Myrtle H. Prater ] to attend due to illness. from here applied for a mar-~ tinge license inEverett last [ BIG GAME HUNTERS Week. ] A number of our citizens are Mrs. Anna Walker was host-[ getting in on the big game in ess to a meeting of the Mary-] British Columbia. Paul Kroeze Martha Circle of the First Meth- [ in company with Charles Roth- 0dist Church, on Wedriesday,[ rock and Ray Sparlin brought Oct. 4, at the home of her[ home a 1700-pound bull moose daughter, Mrs. Dean Olsen. ] last week, in fact each hunter Mrs. Harold Cline,gave the pro- [ shot a moose. A week ago Men- gram, discussing Churches for [ day Ben Knudson, Jr. shot one these changing times. Assist-] in B.C. and his father, Ben ing as readers were Mrs Davis,[ Knudson, Sr. returned Sunday lr~s. Nan Boyer and Mrs. Pete[ evening, also with a moose.! Pingarson During the social] " hem- ~vr,." w~lkpr assisted by" Mrs. Merrill Peterson, Mr. and her "dau"ghter's.-i~I'rs Olsen an~t Mrs. Lud Sande and Miss Helga ~Irs. G=,,,,~'~"~ ~r'~-'nti]am, ,,~ served Engen. of.. Stanwood_ . returned -,bY ~n mr last ~aturaay from a week s cheon to 20 ladms .......... ......... d trip to ~etcmKan, AlasKa, ~ne vvb~ wm meet on we- where they visited with Mr rl ~" ,] .~sday, Oct. 18 at the. home of and Mrs. Ben Grytnes. In the v,.rs. Lawrence vium.~.a, t~za northern city they called on ~lghland Drove. It will be a Mr and Mrs. Arthur Moll and g2:30 luncheon followed by me ohi'ld~,~n and fn,,nd them ~11 .......... is ............................ eetmg mrs w A yore ....... fine and loving it in the new has charge of the program, location ,_ Mrs. Howard Robb _enter" The birthdays of Mr. Ray Mc- ~lned Fmda afternoon Ior ner, so b " Y . Clure and n Michael were o - ~n David, who was 4 years olD. served Sunday when Mrs. Mc- ~ne t~me was spent playing nter ~. " " Clure e tained with a dinner ~lth toys, followed by refresh- at their home. The guests were ~eentS. A Western Cowboy Mr. and Mrs. Andy Haugen of 'ieme was carried out, includ- Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Joe c -g- .a gay cake decorated with Kraetz, Mr. andMrs. Merrill Owooys. ~njoymg tne party Peterson and Mr. Berent Real. ~ere Robin and Todd Lund, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Camp- ~ry Elefson, Dianne Hiett, bell were in Seattle Friday and ann Olson, and the guest offfaturday, where they attended hOnor, the convention of Northwest' On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Hardwood Assn. in the New Otto Bluemke and Mrs. PerryWashington Hotel aobbins called on the Fred Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Verd t~luemkes in Everett, and shop- and children and Fred Verd of Ped. On Friday they visitedPortland spent the week-end With Mr and Mrs. Leo Wilsonhere, working on the Edna Verd ~d son "Dick at Lake Stevens. place. .- Frida- m,,~sts of ~rr andThe Arlington Home Demon- Joe t~oivin were "Mr. and stration Club will meet Thurs- Clarence Moore of Rose-day, Oct. 19, at 1 o'clock, at Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Moreland of Marysville. Wednesday Mrs. Jeanne and son and Mrs. Nellie came up from Everett spend the day at the Boivin potluck dinner Sun- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spiering in Seattle were and Mrs. Arthur Peterson ~-~r~ t;-Mr. -altd Mrs::Harley and daughters Janis and m, and Mr: and Mrs. Elmer Young Women's Fellow- of the Assembly of God met Monday evening at home of Mrs. Dena Kroeze. Tuesday evening the Sun- School teachers held a On Thursday evening, at 7:30 the Everett Sal- Army Band will give a in the church. NEW OLYMPIC THEATRZ Doors Open 6:45 Show Starts at 7 FRI.. SAT. - SUN. OCT. 13-14-15 'Fast and Sexy' Gina Lollobrigida Dale Robinso~ of TV's Wells Fargo -- CO-HIT -- Take a Giant Step' SPOOK SHOW SATURDAY, OCT. 28 Doors Open 11:30 a.m. Show Starts 1 p.m. the home of Miss Etta Lang, 117 South Stillaguamish. Mrs. Victor Wrobliski and Mrs. Henry Bergam called on Mrs. Walter Bunten Monday afternoon, at her home on R. 2. Mrs. Clark Knights enter- tained Saturday for new ladies in the Wrobliski Addition, Mrs. Joe Ronning, Mrs. Ed Wright and Mrs. Robert Dickson. The ~[t~naon was stoent informally and rgfreShments were Served to Mesdames Clara Wrobliski, Delores Christianson, Peggy An- derson, Mary Ellis, Virginia Case, Eileen Hatling, Thoralf Hagan, Florence Sparks, Helene Meier, Kay Mathews, Betty Hu- her, Shirley Cady, Bernice Field, the honorees and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. William Standi- ford and Mr. and Mrs. Mose Waterman attended installa- tion at USWV in Everett Friday afternoon, with Mr. Standiford seated as commander, Mrs. Standiford historian, Mr. Water- man trustee and Mrs. Water- man color-bearer. Many dis- trict officers visited the meet- ing. R~jreshments were served ChUck Martin of Seattle and William Standiford lef~ Tues- day morning on a deer-hunting trip to Montana. Mrs. J. S. Kidwiler of Seattle spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carlson. Mrs. James Burdick came up from Marysville Sun- day to join them. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sebers and three children of Everett were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gladys Bulle. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wick were dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wick and family in Edmonds. Also pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Haubrich of Yakima. '3look &lo, PI~ll}$AN'ENT W&VlrNG, COLOIIII~G, IB&I~. STYLI~Q ~CLUD~G NEW SUN LAMP CONTOU~ CUT G~ B~OUN~Y EMMA THOM~]~I ~IR STYLIST Owner PP.Ac'rlCE FIRE DRILL UNTIL EACH MEMBER OFTNE FA~IL~ KNOW6 WHAT TO 1~3 IF FIRE STRIY-~6-~ YC)U~ I;IRE~DEPAIk~MElqT WILL I~E GIAKD TO AN6VCER QtJE~TION6. ~*VHEN IN (:)OUST~ SEEK PR.OFEgC~IONAL HELP. ARMNGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT DeMOLAY INSTALLATION Marysville Chapter, Order of DeMolay held installation in Masonic Temple Saturday eve- ning, with Gary Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson of Route 2, seated as Master CouncLlor and Bob Gunther as Senior Councilor. Kent ttanson of Granite Falls (not related) was installed Junior Councilor. Miss Marie Thomsen was instal- led as Chapter Sweetheart. Among those attending from here were Mrs. Lloyd Hovik and daughter Betty, Judith Starr, Mrs. Waylan Starr, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Torske and daughter Morrine, Juanita Nor- man, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rawley and sons Howard and George, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagner and daughter Ruth. Carl Wagner was installed as assistant scribe-treasurer. Mr. Harold Hanson and his daugh- ter decorated the luncheon tables in the dining room. A re- ception and dancing closed the evening. Miss Judy Starr with her mother at the piano, gave vocal solos. Howard Rawley and the in- stalling team will seat new of- ficers at Mt. Vernon Chapter, Order of DeMolay, Saturday evening, Oct. 14, at 8 o'clock in the Masonic Temple. All inter- l ested people are invited to at- tend. WEDDING I-N-~-ERETT The wedding of Miss Eunice Constance Murphy and Danny Lee DeFreece took place on September 30 in the Everett YMCA Auditorium, with over 200 guests attending. Donald Moffatt performed the cere- mony, with Mrs. Kenneth Lati- mer providing nuptial music. Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Beilke announce the engagement of The new Mrs. DeFreece is a their daughter, Miss Maria Jean to Mr. Gordon James McDonald, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDonald of Tulsa, Okla. The bride. Colburn, and a cousin of the elect graduated from Arlington High School in 1957 and for the Kroeze, Klein and Colburn fam- past three years has been working at the Department of Justice ilies. Among those attending in Seattle. Mr. McDonald attends the University of Washington from here and assisting with now and will receive his degree in Mechanical Engineering in the reception, were Mrs. John December. No date has been set for the wedding. Lang, Miss Elizabeth Moffatt, Mrs. Paul Tanis, Mrs. John Col- GRANDMOTHERS CLUB ing will be held at the Eagles burn, Mrs. Peter Kazen, Mrs. Donald Kazen, Mrs. Dan Hey, Arlington Grandmothers ClubHall in Lynwood on Monday the Mrs. Vern Pickett, Mrs. Don will meet in V. F. W. Hall, Ar- 16th of October, when there will Moffatt, the Misses Marjorielington, Wash.. Tuesday, Oct. be a noon luncheon served, the Colburn, Darlene Kroeze, De- 17th at 11 a.m. Each member lores Kroeze, Joni Klein, and ,- *- ~- "n~ her sack lunch ...~ pmce will be one dollar a plate. cookies for the Silver Tea A1- The Gays wilt be hostesses and Mrs. Ed Rollins _ ,~ w ",m ~ a,u . so bring her hand or craft'work there v)ill be no obligation so 'Miss Ann Marie Clark came for display. The public is in- far as other clubs are concern. up from Seattle ,to spend the vited to the Silver Tea served ed. weel~e~/d.with Mrs. Josie Clark. from 2 to 4 p.m. " All Washington State Grand- At the clark: home Saturday October being Senior Citizens mothers Club members are in- evening were Mr. and Mrs. month this Silver Tea is honor- vited to attend this meeting. George Ware and Mr. and Senior Grandmothers CIub ~~ Frank Pigort of Stanwood. Win- members and Senior Citizens.! .ua~ ,~ a~- ona Hiett was in Arlington Sunday. She and Ann Marie District No. 5 Washington Arlington Printing Co., work in the Henry Building in State Grandmothers Club meet- Phone GE 5-2498 Seattle. Her parents, Mr. and R,,h, kah The Arlington Times 7 Fidelity Chapter I -- Holds Annual I AtSultan Friendship Night j Association No. 6 Rebekah gs .Pg t,R,=r meeting was held in IOOF hall. uv,~M =,~==~.M~M~,= Sultan October 7 for an all day L][-..J.. A|&.. ~.:_~ . An entertainin~ evening wa:l session' Fir Rebekah 149 being ||~UO itdJ[ ~L~' enjoyed by the members andI the hostess lodge, President ......... -. visitors to Fidelitx Chap., O.E.S.[ Gertrude Magill presiding, with ~n.e A~[ar .~ocmw ucto.oer on Wednesday, Oct. 4th. The] 122 in attendance, of whom meeting was neta m the Farlsn occasion was their annualI 19 were visitors within the juris- Hall Tuesday evening, October Friendship meeting. Mrs. En-[diction. Among the notables 6re at ~:t~ o CroCK. twemy- ola Warnock. Grand Marshall lwere Assembly President Lila eight ladies were present. Of- of the Grand Chapter was pre- ] Belle Redin~,ton of Auburn" ricers for the year are as fol- sented and introduced from theI Grand Treas~rer'of the Grand lows: President, Joan Kirch- l~ast as were the two Snohom. [Lodge Reynold tIanich" As- gessner; Vice President, Donna ish County Deputies, Sister Iola I sembly Wa'rden, Mildred I)avis. Penney; Secretary Treasurer, Rose of Everett. and Jeanette[ Association officers from Viola irene Teller; t~etreat Chair- Denney of Areme Chapter, Sky- I Lodge were'. Financial See.._ man.. , Winnie, . Hendrickson; . Pub- komish. Worthy Matrons in. [Faye Cherrier; Press Reporter, hc~ty. &anne Hjorn. h'oduced were Murah Moorm-[Dolly Gilleland. Others were,Plans were discussed for the tier. Everett 222; Leona May-IAlma IIowe, Dagny Miettinen, fall project, Dollar Apron Fair nard, Langley; Cora Coon, I Eva Dupuis, Beverley Hatha- and Bazaar which is to be held ]~m-vsvi]le; Jean Holt, Alder- I way and Cora Creeder. Saturday, No~cmber 18th at the wood; Frances Chew, Granite[ ,An Eulogy for Edna Verd' V. F. Vv;. Hall. Mrs. Katherine Falls; Mina Blunt. Columbia, [~as read. She was a 55 year l Bradley and Mrs. Vince Ford Everett; Margaret Hill, Stan- ] member. ] are co:chairmen for this an- wood; Dorothy Smith, Monroe;] The newly elected association~ nual event. hr]ie Barry, Twilight; Emma[ officers for 1962 were: Presi-] Guest speaker, Mrs. Win J Duranceau, Mt. Baker, Mt. [ dent, Helen Welk, of Lowell; ] Paul, President of the Arch- Vernon; Frances Branes, Pouls- ] Vice-President, Ida Haufle, of[ diocesan Council of Catholic be, Worthy Patrons present-[Monroe; Fin. Secretary, Faye[ Wom~n spoke on Christian V~ ed were: Fred Hart, Mr. Baker; | Cherrier, of Arlington; Treas.,[ ~ations around the home and in Chas Webb. Granite Falls; Al-t Audrey Depew of Edmonds I the Parish. ~ , fred Hesby, Everett 222; Arthur ] B. Smith, Stanwood; DonaldI and Patricia Kline the petite I ~Ref~Ae~hm~,s,w~: sTall'bY" Smith. Monroe; Peter Rude, groom. The flower girl Lewis l ~*,~" "~'~, ....... % ~',. _.7; R"li( "stolethe show" ' i'- -is ~ rlclcn t eterson ann a ~ocmi Twilight; Lester Westl~hal, ~ c~stume an-~ n'i w m n s I hour enjoyed A pie raffle was Marysville and Roland Collins, ] ~ li " a a t cs. . ] held and was'won by Mrs. Dun. A lderwood. In all, fourteen] e ctous reiresnmems were, . chapters were listed on the hos- I served by the Past Matrons and I rang. r~itality report given by Ruth] Past Patrons of the chapter, ] -----------c - . Marxen. ] from a prettily appointed buf-I , For the program hour, a1 let table. [ ' mock wedding was given by! After much visiting another] ~|~|||~~ several members and friends I delightful evening drew to a[ ~||~~|~q~ This proved hilarious with Jul-I close with the Worthy Matron[ |~LJ~|~[~_L]~|L_|~ ius Norman, a charming bride l Viola Anderson and Worthy I .... Patron Roy Thompson biddingl &I[~l'~ Ladies' Circle and each of the guests and mem-[ ~UIUo Guild in Combined Meeting bers a goodnight. ] .... !.,,,. . ~.~. mmm~ There will be a combined Next meeting will be on Oct. [W|||]|] Hl'ihl g meeting of Ladies' Circle and 18th at which time the initiation ] ......... the Hettie Lowe Guild of the service will be portrayed.] ...... Congregational Church at the On Tues. evening, Oct. 10th, ]---Are flow eqmppea w~rm Norman and Garnet Saytor and home of Mrs. Gee. Forsythe ..... , [ automatic forced Mr with Mrs. Palmer Lund assist- ~viary t~ojann accompanied the I . - ing October 18th. Worthy Matron and Worthy | CUlB, I;or. The program will be on Latin Patron to Langley for their ] American with Mrs. Harveyi Friendship Night. J--See US t0d~,y. ,. Vaux of Mt. Vernon showing slides with hergwn narration. TOO I~TE to 0LASSIFY| c...o HENRY MURRAY TO HOSPITAL [ 30x40 -- .270-- .250 -- 35 -- I Timothy Meyers, 16-months-I 8MM --- 7MM --.32 ---.30 ga. ] Arlington old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene] Oso General Store, Inc., Oso, | Meyers (nee Jennie Francis) of[ Wash. ~ . Everett, was rushed to the Or-] o . thopedic Hospital, Seattle,' DR, M. l=. WI=5T, Optometr Wednesday suffering a severe hemorrhage after falling and COMPLETE VISUAL CARE "' cutting his mouth. He is being ARLINGTON " ~ " given transfusions and will be Mon.--Tues.-Thurs.-FrL---9-12 & 1 tO S DARRINGT~ ..... confined for a few weeks. Mr. Saturday- S-2 and Mrs. Meyers are former PHONE GE 5 3~66 1st & 3rd Wed. residents of this city. Mrs. Jim Blacker, moved to Ev- erett last week. Northern Deanery of Archdio- cesan Council of Catholic Wo- men met Wednesday, Oct. 11, in St. Mary Magdalen Parish. Mrs. Alex Zaremba presided and Mrs. William Paul, ACCW pres- ident, was guest of honor. Speakers were Mrs. George Barlow, civil defense chairman and~ Mrs. Jack Jenkin~ Semin- arf~ Aid chairman, "~ls~ fea~ tured was foreign relief. Attend- ing from here were Mesdames Larry Kirchgessner, Marvin Hendrickson, G. D. Dunning, Donna Penney, Irene Teller, and Bess Kugel. Rev. Father Edward B_oyle is conducting weekly Monday evening meetings in the Parish hall, covering a history and background of the Catholic church. Several members from the Stanwood congregation are attending, as well as local members. This reporter attended a meeting of the Talent Com- mittee and offiqers of Everett Civic Music ASSi~ at the home Of '~M~b. ~ilter l~echt last Sat- urday, evening.: Concert dates are D~c. 7, Jan. 29, Feb. 7; March 2 and April 3. The ticket sale was the largest in the history of the community organiza- tion. More than 150 Republican workers turned out Friday morning for breakfast at the Barb Restaurant, in Lynnwood, to hear Representative William E. Miller, chairman of the Re- publican National Committee. However, due to the illness of Mrs. Miller, he could not come and Rep. Bob Wilson, California, Congressional Campaign Com- mittee, chairman for the Re- publican National Committee, stepped in and gave the princi- pal address. Jack Westland, 2rid District Congressman, intro- duced the speaker, assisted by Mayor Jack Bennett of Lynn- wood. The meeting gave added impetus to local workers and was attended by the following from here: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Soper, Mr. and Mrs. John Ensel- man, Mrs. A. C. Benson and Mrs. Marilyn Elder, Washington s five Republi- can congressmen will receive statewide recognition in a se- ries of "Congressional Testi- monial Dinners" held in their respective districts on consecu- tive evenings, October 16 through 20. R. Mort Frayn and A1 Ulbrickson of Seattle were named to arrange the dinners for Congressmen Walt Horan, Catherine May, Tom Pelly, Thor Tollefson and Jack Westland. The Everett dinner will be held Thursday evening, October 19, in Masonic Temple. All five congressmen will appear as a unit at all meetings. The public is invited. - -------O 1 Lincoln School Cafeteria Menu Monday--Wiener and bun, buttered corn, pear salad, milk and dessert. Tuesday --- Noodle goulash, jelly salad, bread and butter. milk and dessert. Wednesday --- M e a t blan- quette on mash potatoes, pine- apple, bread and butter, milk and dessert. Thursday --- Macaroni bake, string beans, bread and butter, milk and dessert. 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