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PAGE SIX t. TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, W. GTON, t " ( " T tURSDAY, )(,T. 15, 1953. " ] ARLINGTON HTS. Carrie Kelly, corr. James Taylor 2k~hD H. D. Club The Arlington Heights Home Demonstration Club held their meeting Wednesday, Oct. ~i4. New ~ieers installed, by Mrs. M. A. Hartley were: President, Mrs. James Taylor; vice-president, • [rs. Gordon Rathbun; secretary, ,-Mrs. Ed Chrisman, and treasurer, Mrs. Denny Lilloren. The retir- tag officers were: President, Mrs. Guy Kelly; vice-president, Mrs. Art Norman; secretary, Mrs. Roy Richardson, and treasurer, Mrs. James Taylor. A delicious lunch was served by, the hostess- es, Mrs. Harry Carlson, Mrs. W. Summers, and Mrs. E. Montanye. Babl~ Bauer Cadet Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carlson and children left for their home in Butte, Mont., last Tuesday after visiting with Mrs. Carlson's par- ents; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson, Mr. Carlson's grand. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carl- son and several other relatives, for a few weeks. The Swansons had as guests during the week, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Swanson of Cicero, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jenkins and family of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Galde of Sutherlin, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ludvigson of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanson of Arlington and Mr. and Mrs. Danielson of Shoultes Road. Mrs. James Taylor and daugh- ters Janice and Carol visited at the George Garka home in Ever- ett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Holland were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thorsen. Mrs. Holland R ........... and Mrs Thorsen and daughter ooert Bauer pre.caoet In tll~2 . ~, • --" - ' " "" - ~*rs' t~arny were guests at the home Air e'orce son oI Mr. ana ~vl ..... -- -- ~-'. A_ :_ x. ..... ~ ..... "OI Mr anct Mrs Homer Thorsen Josepn ~auer ,~ nvmc v. i~av~ • • - ' • ' Sunday who honored t h e i r ~omlng from Reese Alrforce Base,[ . , • rex. He will leave the last week[daughter, Mrs. Joan Gibbons, the in Oct. for Lackland Airbase, San occasion being her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Myers hadl Antonio. Other guests at the ]P~uers home were Mr. and Mrs. Ehoetzl and son Walter of Se- attle, and Mr. Carl Dachs of Se- attAe. Mr. Dachs just returned from a four months trip to Ba- vafla, Germany, the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Bauer. The Arlington Heights Im- provement Club will have their ~tertainment night at the hall, Oct. 17. The Choraliers will pre- sent a program of music and are hoping to please you and your friends. Lunch will be served. The program committee wish- es to announce they are working on entertainment for Hallowe'en which will be announced later. There's another honor for the Normans. Bobby was voted in as president of the 3r. H. S. Con- gratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ayars went to Seattle on business Mon- day. Barbara and Charlotte Ayars attended church conference at Vancouver, B.C., last week-end. Mrs. Ira Leffler was a guest Saturday of her daughter Betty in ~attle, the occasion being her birthday. They attended the show, "The Robe." Last Wednesday Mrs. Verne Sensen, Mrs. June Countryman and Mrs. Gerda Person drove to Mr. Vernon to visit with Mrs. 'Person's mother, Mrs. Ingebor~ Moen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lathro e~tertained Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Page, Bellevue, and Mrs. H. G. Swalwell of Everett Sunday. Wednesday guests of the Lath- tops were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mil- ler of Seattle. Mrs. Josephine Wold has re- turned to "The Heights" from Se- attle and, reports "she feels better than she has for a long while." We are very happy to make this report. as house guest this past week her sister, Mrs. Norman Brown of Anchorage, Alaska. Two other sisters, Mrs. Fred Lundberg, and Mrs. W. L. Mannon of Seattle spent a day with them also. Mrs. Brown edits a newspaper in An- chorage. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Severne and two children of Everett spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Arnot. Mrs. Sever- ine is Mrs.' Arnot's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson went to Alderwood Manor Sun- day to visit with Mrs. Carlson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ,, BURN HILL Betty Tveit ~'isitors From Kansas A special welcome is extende~ I to Mrs. Marie Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall and children George Putman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Putman, in Wenatchee Friday evening were Mr. a~d Mrs. Dale Steckelburg, and son OSO Mrs. Nellie George, correspondent. Bazaar Oct. 16 The Grange ladies are finish. ing the preparations for their ba- zaar which will be this Friday the funeral of their Mrs. Nels Nordstrom went to Seattle Sunday to spend a week at her brother A1 Ostrom's home. Dogs Kill Heifer [day with Mr. and Mrs. John Cole. Has anyone seen three stray]Mrs. Reece is a sister of Mrs. dogs, 2 brown and one white,[Cole. who killed a 7½-months-old hei-] Mrs. Bob Smith and two chil- fer owned by Mr. and Mrs. John[dren of Seattle spent Sunday' Luthi? O s c a r Southermark[with her mother, Mrs. Carl Wick'- chased the dogs away from his|strom. place before they could do any Mrs. Gates and Mrs. Viola An- damage, derson attended the teachers' in- Goblins Will Prowl Autumn means falling leaves, football, pumpkin pies, and Hal- lowe'en parties. Speaking of the latter, the goblins and witches will be on the prowl at the Dale Steckelberg home this Friday night when the Burn Hill Com- munity Club will hold a mas- querade party. Put on your cos- tumes, and if you look your fun- niest without a mask, come that way, but let's all turn out and have a good time. and Mrs. Wm. Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Law of Fort Lewis were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Niles Darrow. They drove to Deception Pass in the afternoon. Mrs. John Patch was guest of honor Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swanston, the occasion being her birthday. Other guests were Mr. Patch and children, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neil and family, and Mr. and i Mrs. Hubert Morgan and family. The Lady Choraliers have been invited to sing at Everett whet Snohomish County will entertain the state delegates of Home Dem- onstration clubs, Oct. 29. Herbert Morgan cut his index finger of left hand while'splitting wood Sunday. Mrs. Roy Richardson is expect- ed home this week-end. She ha~, been visiting relatives inSt Joseph, Mo., and in Iowa for th~ past month. Welcome home Maye! : e 1, Major. WE-TO-MA-CHICK CAMP FIRE Spending Monday at the home We met at the home of Mrs. of his sister and family, Mr. and Munizza on Wednesday, Oct. 7.[Mrs. John Colburn, was Mr. An- We finished our record books I drew Leaske of Vancouver, B.C.! Ann Walker brought the treats.-- Of course the main attraction i Linda Terjeson, scribe, was baby Stanley Colburn whom Mr, Leaske had not seen since he was five weeks old and weighed 5 pounds. Now he is seven months old' and weighs 22½ pounds. Quite a difference isn't there, Uncle Andrew? Other visitors of the Collburns were their nephews, Kenny and Bobby Kroeze. Mrs. Anna Olson and great granddaughter Carol, h a v e moved to town near the Lutheran Church, and has rented her hom~ to Mr. ~nd Mrs. Irvin Gostol and son Glenn, who recently moved back to Arlington from Roseburg, Ore. Mrs. Gostol is the former Rosie Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Swanson of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli, Sr., spent the week.end at Camano Beach visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sunday dinner guests of Mr.I and Mrs. Oscar Johnson were her[ two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ed[ Alrhli and son Ronnie, and Mr.[ and Mrs. Vance Key and family] of Bellingham. ] Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lee and son[ Jack of Seattle, and Miss Barbara[g Wiggins of Traft.on were Sunday[A :~{ dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.[~~' Claude Damaske. ]~ Mr. John Amundson and son]~ Lloyd are spending a few days]~ Furnace & Stove 0il east of the mountains hunting.]. Spending from Friday until[~ Sunday at the home of Mr. and]~ Mrs. Win. Tveit and family were]~ ~'- ~ ~ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philtip[~ MeCaffery~,0f Sultan. Mrs. Mae]~ Roberts of Seattle was another re-[~ cent guest. • [~ Mrs. Cecil Preston is spending[~ Office Phone 2452 a few days visiting her son and}~ family, the Vernon Prestons of Residence Phone 1523 ! Toledo, ~/~ash. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Putman are improving their machine shed by putting in new cement walls and floors. Men going deer hunting on the opening day of deer season were i Frank Tapley and his brother-in- flaw, Archie Hurd, of Lynnwood. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Fulton (nee Grace Platt) and children of Edmonds, and Miss Florence Platt of Bremerton spent the week-end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Platt. Miss Florence Platt is em- ployed as a district nurse for Pu- get Sound Hospital, at Bremerton.: John Dickenson, who is en- rolled at the University of Wash- They axe arriving already, and we have arranged for an Here are toys for 89c: KOUNTRY FAIR--Eight sparkling l l -in, plastic Blocks, each with an exciting action. Sturdily made with smooth, round corners. Delightful playthings for the nursery or bath. BANNERTONE TEA SETS, 2-tone plastic. TRUCK TRAILER, with load of logs. LARGE WOODEN BEADS, in several colors. LINCOLN LOGS, with many building designs. The Log Cabin line. BIG BEN, the 1000 piece interlocking Jig Saw Puzzle ...................• ........ 98c HELICOPTER pull toy .79c COME IN AND GET YOUR COPY OF SANTA'S OWN TOY BOOK FOR I953 HARDWARE ARLINGTON, WASH. stitute in Seattle at the Civic Auditorium, last Friday. In the evening they joined Mrs. Gates' daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and and Mrs. John Campbell and had dinner together. The school nurse, Miss Mary Gallaugher, was here recently to check the local children from third grade up with the audiome- ter for any hearing difficulties. The exact meaning of the event of Mrs. Gates' recent trip to Richland as told is not cor- SIL VA'NA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. Miss Sylvia Haukeness re- turned to Seattle on Sunday to resume her duties at the office of the School of Nursing of the last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ber~ gie Drivstuen was presiding offi- cer with other past presidents filling the offices. Mrs. Rod pre- sented each Past President with a lovely hanky corsage. Local Girls Get Recognition Miss Carol Wahl was chosen There will be services at the creases as each person tries to Zion Lutheran Church on SUnday bring new members into the morning at 11 o'clock on October 18th. All are welcome, J. H. Myr- wang, pastor. Iver Drix;stuen motored to Pull- man on Friday, where he visited * his daughter, Olive, and also at-You tended the Father's Day Festivi- ties there. He returned home on Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Lapoint and Mrs. Minnie Clark, both of Seattle. were overnight guests of Mrs. Mabel Stensen in Everett last Saturday evening. On Sunday : Mrs. Stensen, accompanied by her visitors, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Gallagher of Arlington. Mrs. LaPoint and Mrs. Clark are cousins of Mrs. Gallagher and Mrs. Stensen. Past President's Night was ob- served when the Daughters of Norway held their meeting at !the home of Mrs. Arthur Rod rect and as it's rather complicat- ed will wait to later give it in a corrected form. The Oso Home Demonstration Club meeting will be held on Oct. 21 instead of the later date, this change being made because of the County H.D. meeting to be held in Everett the last of the month. LOOKING FOR HOUSE TO RENT HERE Recent new arrivals ton are Warrant Dernovik and his fami] chief radio electrician dip Station, and was tra here from Port Blakeley. Mrs. Dernovik and at present residing at and are looking for a Arlington. Their chih Karen 5½ and Shelley 4, Sunday School and ~oal is to enroll one for each man, woman now attending. At the er contest an all church party will be held on evening, Oct. 31, at hall. At this time a queen will be crowned, ing determined by the who have succeeded in in tthe largest number people. Hello, Friends! You are invited to drop in Braey Electric for a very useful free gift ing our ttOTPOINT GOLDEN HARVEST Appliance Values, which is in progress You are under no obligation to make a chase for your free gift. Come in tomorrow. will be our pleasure. ARLINGTON, WASH. QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOqOOOOOOOOOOOq O For all cooking and baking purposes. 0 Dinner Bell Pabst-ell American cheese food. (, Dennlson's zesty flavored Gerber' s -Lb. Can Lbs. -Lb. Box ’ Cans ’ Cinch 14-Oz. Bottles K.P. -Oz. Can ’ Pkg ....... BANGO Hulless or Golden Skippy m m TO POP FLUFFIER ’ -Oz. Jar Mission Brand--I 4-Oz. pkg. 2 ! c Mission Brand--8-oz. Pkg. 21 c • • • • :Oz. • Pkg. ington, spent the week-end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dickenson. Staying for a ten day visit at the home of his sister and faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. John Wold, were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lang- land and family of Chicago, Ill. The Women's Missionary So ciety of the Free Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Louise Pickett on Wednesday. Mrs. Clara Murdock had charge of the study and devotions. A birthday cake was presented to !Mrs. Louise Pickett, Mrs. Gladys :Buelle and Mrs. Gladys Hall, whose birthdays are all in Octo- ber. Mr. and Mrs. William Kahler, son Vernon and daughter Pam- ela spent the week-end visiting relatives in Centralia. O CHES-KA-MAY CAMP FIRE GROUP We met Thursday at the home of our guardian, Mrs. Howard Palmer. READY TO EAT PICNICS. • • • • Lb-45c PURE LARD • • • • Pkg. D~ SKINLESS ' WIENERS PORK • Lb. • • • Lb. C ASSORTED • • 45c- THIS WEEK'S JACKPOT WINNER: Mrs. Francis YAKIMA GEMS POTATOES . . . • FIRM DRY Lbs. ONIONS 107 INDIVIDUAL DANISH SQUASH . . . . . . . Lb. FANCY SWEET POTATOES . . . . . , Lb. HEAVY MEATED CELERY . . . . . . , Lb. FLORIDA PINKS " GRAPEFRUIT We planned to have a charm Jacob$ chart and talked about painting. :O Prices effective at Arlington on October 16 and 17, 1953. --- Every item unconditionally Friday we made cider and O R. 4, Arlington, Wash. teed. No sales to dealer~. We r~erve the right to limit. ooooo sold it in town Saturday,--Scribe, ~DBOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'OOO OOOOOOOOOOO Cathie Despres.