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i' 8 The Arlington Times Thursday. October ] 2. 1961. Bryant-Grandview Helen Sill Child Rushed To Orthopedic I!ospital Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Francis accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Gene Myers, rushed their 16 month old grandson, Timmy, to the Orthopedic Hospital last Wednesday, after he suffered a severe hemorrhage from falling and cutting his lip. He was given a blood transfusion and blood plasma and at this writ- ing he is expected to return home on Tvesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Francis visited him on Monday and the little fellow was bright and active and greatly improved. Bullet Penetrates Home Mrs. Peggy Anderson was amazed to find a bullet hole in her bedroom wall Wednesday morning. About the six foot level the bullet entered and ev- idently fell between the stud- ding on the opposite wall at perhaps five feet up the wall. If the room had been occupied there may have been a tragedy. Work Accomplished at Bethel Chapel A great deal was accomplish- 4-H Awards Saturday night, Oct. 21 at 8 o'clock at Grandview Reere. ation Hall, County 4.H'ers are ending up the old year with an awards presentation. They are extending a cordial invitation to the whole community to come and see what 4-H has done for them. Pins will be presented each member who has completed the year's pro- jeets. A County Agent will be present to speak on 4.H work. Election of officers for the com- ing year will be held during the business meeting. There will be a short program followed by a lunch furnished by the mem- ber's parents. All young people interested in joining 4-H be sure to come and bring your parents. Mrs. George Enselman spent the past ten days in Edmonds with friends. Ellen Smoke and Elaine Helmet celebrated their 8th birthdays Saturday at a joint party at Ellen's home. Big sis- ter, Eileen Smoke, took charge of games and prizes and every one had a gay time. Each hon- or guest had a pretty cake and ice cream was served also. Girls attending the party were Karen and Patty Nelson, Karel Nelson, Kim Dycus, Winona Buff, Iris Ingrain and Cindy Smoke. Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Strid and Mrs. Lurch Erickson hosted a ed at work day at Bethel Chapel "going away" party for Harold last Saturday. Bill Kline and Barry Miller finished the new chimney. Mr. Peale of [tit. Vernon came down with Mr. Hanstad and completed the hot air ducts so the furnace could be moved to the basement. Even without the cold air re- turns the chapel was heated very comfortably for Sunday Bleeck, Jr. at theGrandview Recreation H a 1 1 Saturday: night. Guests included fellow workers of Strid Bros. Logging Company. Other guests were Harold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bleeck, Sr., Mr. and: Mrs. Norman Smith,Mr. an(ll Mrs. Elmer Lower, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kingston and Freddie LAKEWOOD A. E. "Fritz" Solem. OL 9-4210 Fidelity Grange Hol&~ Booster Meeting The Fidelity Grange welcom- ed 20 visitors at its booster meeting last Wednesday even- ing. Officers of the club were introduced and each in turn ex. olained their duties. Letters from the national and state masters were acknowledged. I and a talk was given by Paul! Paulson who emphasizzed theI points on what belonging to aI grange means. Reports were[ given by the Agricultural chair-I man. Mrs. Lyda Neubecker, the Youth Chairman, Mrs. Erma Schueller, the Legislative Chair- man. Del Neubecker, and the Insurance Chairman, Loyal Smoke. The program for the evening was in charge of Jerry Arntzen Lecturer, and included accord- ion solos by Curt and Warren Larson, a humorous skit, "Lit. tle Tea Pot" with Del Neubeck- er, Paul Paulson and Lloyd Swimme, giving forth a hilar- ious performance as three little girls, a skit "Waiting for a bus" with Louis Lallemand and Loy- al Smoke, kept everyone in sus- pense as to the outcome, another skit with Clare Curt and Tom Jensen, entitled, "A very busy lawyer" provided many more laughs that settled everyone for a more serious part of of the )rogram which was given by Kent Hansen of Granite Falls a DeMolay member who gave an impressive flower talk. He was assisted by Roger Collins and Wayne Cogdale, two fellow members. Three door prizes were awarded, with first prize going to John Van Meter of the Sun- nyercst Grange, second to Mrs. Brekhus-Agen Wedding services. Wayne Goodhope and Bteeck. Harold Jr. leaves Sun- Eleanor Hurt and third, to Mrs. Sheryl and Janie Meyer kept day morning for Fort Lewis. Hazel Lark. Refreshments MR. AND MRS. JAMES RYAN AGEN busy cleaning up. All the Sun-Saturday dinner guestsat the were served to Mines. Fanny~nue?denng~SfC~t~R~3:A13"~[ ~ivIe~:~