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TttE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON GETCHELL Willis ttilde, corr. Telephone 2117 Club U.G.N. Speaker hall Community Club reel ~ehool on Friday evening Under the direction of the Bill Kluin. The for the evening rren Quasi, who spoke and D. Newell speak- Uvenile delinquency. Sev- were shown, after served. The next Will be in form of an .hour. Anyone interested ,ating is invited to no- Bill Kluin, or secre. C. Tollefson. Mrs. Ralph Bosworlh Jeff Johnson passed away at his home on Friday morning. Birthday Party Audra Moreland celebrated her ')h'thday with a party at her ,,')I:]e o~1 Thursdav after school. (q' ~mests were Elsie Mac Scott, Earriel lIughes, Shirley Girven, !)e!ee and Denny Alloway, Sherry [ P.ovin, Joan tIumphreys, DianneI Hilde, Raymond Anderson and] Wayne Lambert. The afternoonI was spenl in playing games and] a delicious lunch was served tel all. Mr. and Mrs. George ttum- phreys and Merle and Joan mo- tored to Woodinville Sunday to vi~il relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Olcott and Judy spent Saturday in Tacoma where they attended a laymen's rally. I I I PHURS AY, OCT. 15, 19o3. WASHINGTON, D " PAGE THREE with a joint birlh- at the home of lheir Bosworth, in Sealtle.: were Mr. and Mrs. and family. C. E. Westlund and son Westlund of Marysville With the A1 Westlunds ld Mrs. Fred Lindborg home on Sunday from Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, visited their son, Bill While there, they up into Canada. Dr. W. Glen Bifter OPTOMETRIST 310 Olympic Arlington, Wash. . novas - Phone 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 3131 CLOSED TUESDAYS BIDDING FAREWELL to the station personnel, Lieut. Commander R. J. Shea, left Arlington for Seattle following ceremonies last Thursday at the Radio Station. [ I LAKEWOOD BRYANT Mrs. ttilde, corr. Alice Thomsen * Phone 2117 Phone 250W3 Reception For Bazaar Date Nov. e Bride and Groom We have really got the date A reception was held at the Nov. 6th set for the Bazaar, so~ Many Hunters We have seen I think several hundred hunters go by, but haven't seen a deer go out. We hope some have though. Howard Heaven got a good sized bear Sunday morning. home of Mr. and Mrs. Anlhony please bring all your fancy work To Welcome Pcmtor Staringer on Sund:~v afternoon in ito be checked. All Grange mem-:r The Bethel Mission Sunday honor of Louis Hercigonia and bers are asked to donate some-'School is planning an evening of ihis bride, Agnes Waylett oi thing for the game tables.,i welcome for the new pastor from Ferndale, who were married on Mr. and Mrg. Don Nerlson and Mt. Vernon, Monday, Nov. 2. The Saturday. They're friends of long son from Woodland were week-evening will be spent in singing acquaintance and relatives at- end guests at the home of Mrs.~hymns and visiting. Coffee and tended with luncheon being Nerlson's mother, Mr~ Lillian cake will be served and all for- served to about 45 guests. Lurid " mer members are invited as it is [ "-;: "'to---~--hu-~sd~-------" ~ to be a homecoming as well as a P.T.A. Program Arnngton * uay evening., we ............. - The J~akewood P.T.A. heldlMYur~" aBe~h Chtale~y:a~:rsM2Sse~ 5 tl~cmmglnb;er[em~a?'Ve~ti~ng2,u thewlrt~n~ngatthreegYg~nOiC:slSMera:tll~lVl(~lt~1 ~h 2e~rtSirSter, Boulder Club Hawkins in charge During the[ ..' Y Y ' Y Meets Friday . business meeting reports were[aI;;;nBrose s'~ent the week Boulder Improve~hent Club willl given ny me oiirerent commk- " ~ "- her ~ " "" ": meet Friday, the 16th of October, tees. Mrs; Zwicker discussed ena warn ..... paren.ts, ~lr. ana at the Grandview Recreation Cen- plans for [ne Carnival to be held ~wrs. tvan ~roue. ~ne is at[enulng ter After a short business meet THAT'S RIGHT Oct 24 The program for the eve school at W W C E -at Belling-l in " ti~ .... " " -__ " " " " g e program win De turnea i~ ning consisted of a talk by Mrs num. over to C'.ooro'o ~no rood~rntnr IIoward,Swalling, 2 accordion so- Mrs.Amelia Sasko and the for-the"A~l-in'~'~on~visorv-5"n'~;n- PER LB. los ' ........ " by Arlys Vroman. Mr. Matock Wm. Hasko family motored to ell nanel dis us, ion rnun nn the s - -a - ..... ~,---r ....... pore on Juvenile Delinquency Custer SunO y to visit frlenus. ~)rouosed bond issue for rebuild CUTTING AND GRINDING and showed pictures, after which Mr. and Mrs. Gower Hanson i ]ng- of tfm old- Was]]-ington Sgt. Oldfield, ground observer for and family motored to Auburn on i School for a Junior High School BEEF, PORK AND VEAL You do the wrapping at time we do the cutting. I'Ve have some of that fine bacon preferred by hunters. ARLINGTON COLD STORAGE At MICKY'S 324 ARLINGTON Think h o w you shampoo your hair . . with plenty of soap and just a lit: tle water, to start Then more water, two or three rinses, a tingling drying and you're done... with every delicate hair shining silky and clean. That's exactl; how ABC- O - MATIC treats yo.ur clothes! "Centrie" Agitation flexes each piece hand - gently. Jets of rich, soapy suds surge through the clothes, driving out deep - down dirt. A B C's exclusive "Triple Rinse,:' power-sprays, over- flows, and splashes away all dirt and soap scum. And, fi- nally, "Spin - Aire" Drying combines a whirling tub and activated air to fin- ish your" things damp-dry, fluffed; and wrinkle-free. Terms Available COFFEE AHD DOUGHNUTS OCT. 17 the Air Force, spoke to the group. Saturday afternoon to visit their Lunch was served by Mrs. John- daughter Euella, who is attend- ston's room, to a large turnout, ing school at Auburn Academy. The Lake Goodwin Community House guests of Mrs. Amelia Club met Saturday evening at Hasko last week were Mrs Vyb- Shuh's hall. The group enjoyed rial, Mrs. Powell and" Mrs. an interesting meetlng with Mr. Franks, all of Canada. Arne Christofferson as the new Mrs. Otto Bjorn, Mrs. Olaf president. The program chair- Bjorn, Mrs. Joe Pecnik, Mrs. M. E. man, Mrs. Harold Musolf, pro- Tate and Mrs. Howard Tate were vided an evening of fun and guests at a hostess party at the prizes for the entire group. A nice home of Mrs. Warren Perrigo in lunch was served. e THE IT'S WASHING WITH Super.Cleansing JET.WATER ACTION! AND ONLY HAS IT! Come In and See ARGARET DANIELS A'R-C Factory Trained Expert i her your washing prob- Anyone interested in seeing machines work just bring i3".ladsh of clothes for her to making changes in the heating system of the Roosevelt School and providing funds for addition to the new Lincoln School as needed. Anyone interested in at- tending the meeting is very wel- come as the club members feel the panel discussion will be very enlightening to anyone in- terested in the school bond issue. Grange met October 9 with 45 present. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- Farland were presented their 25. year pins. Mr. and Mrs. John Wrage, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Speer and Mr John Thomsen attended the dedi- cation and mortgage burning at the Skagit V.alley'Grange Mon- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Smoke are the happy parents of a 7 ,pound daughter, Ellen Louise, who ar- rived at the Arlington hospital Saturday, Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helmeti are also the proud parents of a 6 pound 12 ounce daughter who! arrived Sunday, Oct. 1t. i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stahle and son Joe and a 2.year.old girl they are keeping were v~eek-end guests of Mrs. Noel Eberhard. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards of Arlington enjoyed a rabbit dinner at the Howard Heaven l home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rogne visit- ed relatives in Presser all last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ferguson and Mrs. Della Fuller, all of Se- attle, visited at the Art Fullerton home Saturday. Mrs Fuller stayed to visit her mother, Mrs. Margaret Hoshhw, and went lmme on the bus Sunday evening. The Go-Between Birthday Club was well attended at the Brende. muhl home Friday. There were 11 ladies and 12 children pres- ent. The party honored Betty Bookw, Miss Marcengill, Nellie West and Edna Brendemuhl. The next party will be Nov. 11 at the home of Pat Cline. The Clines who live on the old Stuller place, have had electric. ity put in their home. Congratu- lations, neighbors. Girls and boys, don't forget the new 4-H Club will start Oct. 19 at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hale ant daughter Mary Louise of 'Seattle came Sunday afternoon and brought Mr. Morton Alexander of LaCrosse, Wis., to visit his sis- ter, Alice Thomsen. Wednesday he will go to Bellingham to visit Rue Ennis and family a few Says. Florence Lower, Berniece Thom- as, Rosemary Wahleithner, An- nette Larson, Violet Bleek, Fran- ces Williams, Jorene Cooper, Alice Fullerton and Barbara Brendemuhl, all members of the Okiciyanowe Camp Fire Group, passed their first rank, that of Trailseeker. Delores Guthrie Louise Rued, Gertrude Lower and Judith Brendemuhl, all former members of the Nite Owl Blue- birds, will now be Camp Fire Girls because they have reached the age of 10 years and have passed into the 5th grade. Visitors at the Brendemuhl home Sunday were Mrs. Edward Peterson and daughters Gladys and Bernice of Seattle, and Al- fred Peterson, Jr., of Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Peterson and Bernice had just returned from a 2 months visit to Norway, Swe- den, Denmark and England. Ber- nice brought over 100 picture slides along and the afternoon was spent viewing them. Edna Brendemuhl hadn't seen her cous. in Alfred for 19 years and en- joyed reminiscing with him. He is with the Navy Air Force Squad- Ton and is leaving this week for duty at Kodiak, Alaska. COME IN AND REGISTER FOR (Door Prize Westinghouse Mixer) FREE DOOR PRIZE TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17. 200 PAIR OF FALL JUST ARRIVED AT... ..... Come in tomorrow and select your new Fall Slacks from our fresh stock of autumn arrivals--Sizes 28 to 46. DACRONS NYLONS ORLONS WOOLENS .ACETATES To AND Compliment your fall wqrdrobe with a new pair of these exceptional dress shoes--Selected leathers tail- ored to fit--Sizes 6 to 12 in several widths. To