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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCT. 15, 1953. PAGE SEVEN I Howard Foster- Barrett-Whitman Demonstration Clubs t William H. Rudolph l;7Y i Katherine Cr,der Wedding Sunday Hold Annual Fall [Passes Wednesday ~ : lit 11 O . ....... I William H Rudol"h 85 318 I Jerry Johnston,'Marvsville anci Anne Meugniot weualngae!p The Arlington Free Methodist Nleetlng Friday Avenue," retiredP .... railroad Mrs. Lawronro r)n " ' Phone The Cent;a thl eran Church Church was the scene October ...... ,::renc a six,ra ar C - eattle, and .......... , of the wedding of Marilyn June The Snohomish Cotincil of Home I ocomotive engineer, passed away " ,_, , , ..... funeral serx ces wiJI oe nel(1 in Marysvllle. was oeau~liUlly oe.c- Whitman, daughter of Mr. and Demonstration Clubs will hold i ,t the Arlington hospital on Wed-/e~ --', ' ~ ." " " ~- ~ -=; - - oratea with pink glaoioli, wnite Mrs A. L. Whitman of Route ~, ~ " r ~o~a(t~e on eri(~ay uct lb nurial their annual fall meeting in the nesdav Oct 14 Mr Rudol h had, } ' " " FOR NORMAN CLAPP stock and greenery, Saturday,~Arlington and Mr Arthur Ru' YMCA Everett on Friday, Oc-I~een 'in faiiin" health foP somet .,e in. Mr: Pleasant cemetery PEPER POLIO VICTIM i Sept. 26, for the wedding of Miss pert Barrett of Bishopville So tobe'r 16' ' time g euTder direction of Wright s Fun- fo:h:fM~:~Heoerf~:Y S:a~bdey hNy:mtN~}:P::rt'WwR~!id;:i~ha~{'~a~get ~i~!!~{~;hs~vii~!i;dS~! ~ienam:~dThhR~mrVeormL:B: ~w~:mr~e:d~ ~;~sf~rShDhm.~;~iil~~hona~ i~l}:6,e8~:iidd. ' U2~el~~pph i~ 10 ir~l;gr~anme three afternoon when friends[mother, Mrs. Clifford Clapp left[groom the san of Mr and Mrs I m_ ~ri~e wore a o al blue- ~- ' p'j y .'~. ' ~ i' g " . fin Montana ' v ' r i " " " une o u r y by tneir memoers or t;nristmas He was a ghbors ~,athered for a lISept 4 to be near him and to I an Foster of A 1 ngton o, ~ : ...... ite ~c .... ,,ries and ~:, ........ ' ........... [ member of the Broth-1 The Roosevelt grove in Idaho . ~ m_ i " L ...... t o,~,~ *,lu~ w~x et ~:e~,, t g,xt~ nolluay(decorationsi~llUlerhood of Locomotive En'~ine-rs ')".... n........ ~^.~ ,_ ,._ ,, ,,^,, lO-hostess luncheon une[stay with his wife and child He The r~ev tom riowara per'In corsage of white roses and ear-I ro'ect work " . s % .............. ~, ...... u oe o,uuu ,as ~lecorated with falllis now out of the iron lung and is formed the 8 p.m. ceremony. Mrs.]nations. Stella Foster was brides- p I~ the. morning Mrs J D Bol-[.end was formerly affiliated wlthtyears old. . _ and the gifts were ar- . ......... Janet Johnson played nuptial ,~in ~-d wore a nay,, blue suiti ..... ,~ ~,,,~,,~t ~}~N ~',n~t~t,, h- a a bassinet, which was regaining tne use Ol nls rlgntlmusic and accompanied ~V~rs ......... .~ s ................................ , : . [ ......... . .... .rwith white accessories and Lithe making of fancy Christmas[] resent. Those present in-larm an~ nan~ ano ~ne chest Tom howard as sne sang 'I Love ~ink corsage candles ' | '~s. Eline Hammer, 1Mmr:rlmUscles; it is.expected that his,youd,Tr~Y,"e~,B, ecause," and "The]t" Ray E. ~an Hey, Jr., was bestl In the afternoon, Mrs. Althai| , ~everson%lwrs. ra ]left arm and Dark mucles also L S Y " ]man who with the groom worelCool, president of the counci} l| i | ~ _~~ ~v~_rs. Art ~wanson,, respond to .tnerapy._ne is in The bride, given in marriage lregulation navy uniform. I will give a report on the plans forll 1 i ~ " ~V ~,ey, lvlrs, a~en ~u~,ltne naval nospltal at ~ewport, by ner iather, cnose a gown oi/ ,v~,, ~,,,,~,,,,~ ~),,, r,.~n .... or," .Ithe meeting of the Washingtonl| [ ~ .~ ~. r rnompson, ~wrs. ~Olalwhere a kindly woman recently Chantillv lace and Tulle over sa-/. ~ ............ y* "t;~ ........ ~ r~,-~o~, ~,,,~o~l ~hi~ | ~ ~~ Ik a, Mrs. Bob Gibbons, Mrs.]gave a party in his honor for his tin. The" bodice was fashioned tnght blueos~,~ ~tna ,corsageo~l state-widemeeting will be,hc]dl / ~ ~ _ I~ ~Sson, Mrs. Paul We~son, lward mates. This cheered him up with a yoke of tulle and long lV ....... y .... :.- ;..~,~ v,?o s..~,tlin Everett, October 28-30, wilh the:l ~ L,gPlckett, M r.s: Bill Hall,[considerably. tightly fitted sleeves. The bouf, l~n mar~age. aY,,netru~aot~er,~an~lsnohomish County Council of!] ~ -e~.i. Amunusen. "I:noseIDELEGATES ATTEND an overskirt of lace which sweptlt~ean~'~h~ b~dean~U:[oom[ing as the hostess county. | gifts were wiiss tielenlCHURCH ASSOCIATION into a full cathedral train Her ........ s "* ~r w ...... ~ c~ .... c' .... ~,, ed wit ............................. z and Mrs. Glenn VanI Delegates from the First Con- fingertip veil of illusion was at- were.present ,. !h a z ppertype Extension Agent, advises that in | ~ c~ , ,ae afternoon was spent[gregationa1 Church of Arlington taehed to a matching cap of lace[~aml,ly 151Die w,.~lcn conta)nea tne[ order to shorten the lunch time | " pecme ~ng games plannectoy " arls marriage certlilca~e ano recora) t~ " .._ to the Northwest Assoclatlonledged with seed pe . ]o)......~ r.., +),,, ~.,..,..~ ..~ ,~ ..... period, the members are asked ' I ~~ n , , . ' . . meeting held at the Congrega- Her cascading bouquet was a ..... t~,,,~ ring a sack lunch. Coffee will | j _r' n chase. I'~ -----"" tional Church in Bellingham were white orchid wi-(h white rosebuds lS'~~ ........ . ..... I be served by a committee. | " L? _~z ..... Robert Mansfield and Mavis Ka- and stephanotis Her only jew-[~ .~. reception ~o~lowea at the[ The annual fall council meet- I ~ ..... ,.~ .... ~. ~n_(1,ay wii.l De tne an- nikeberg. Their alternates were eh'v was a sin~le'strand of pearls,/riae s. home attended oy .tne]ing of Home Demonstration clubs | ~uAtaxxutt~y .aen s eLy in the Memo- Irma Leach and Edna Verd. Oth- a gift of the groom }IOilOwlng guests: Mr. an~ ~arslwil1 start at 10 a.m. an(] close at - Sntt wan] flaaaa ~rch. Laymen irom the ers -tendin~ from the local .. " ..... [C. D. Whitman of Portland, Ore.,13 n m The commltt-e ~,~r, nas,~d ............. ~t " ~, Male of honor was MISS Mary ~- + -- , ~-----x--- ~- Church will conduct ,,h,,roh were Mrs .r p Mathews I ,, [Mrs. Eugene Whitman of Seattle ]of Mrs Alth- Cr, r,1 ~,nnh~v,'~i~h i~.flfi~: "]~ a Ellen ~mlth Her gown w s o . t 9:45 at Lakewood, Mrs. E. R. Meier Mrs. M G. Me-I ......... --* ~v^- ~r~hid taf"/Mrs" Eleanor Whitted, Everett, Mrs. Mabel Searle Mukilteo Mrs. " " t ~/IIU ll.ylU/l llt2t 13 ~1" U Id he 11:00 service in the Cullough, Mrs. 'L. A ~Vheeler, I .......... eadin:~!Mr. Earl Lyle, Arlington, Mrs. Archie Olsen B0thell, Mrs 'Leila O|/"~ !)/'~| !~ ieta aria sne carrlea ~ c~ church Mr. Thomas Mrs Will Verd, Mrs Edith Ralph ] ............... = ........... I Judson Foster and daughter Stel- Steckelberg, Arlington Mrs Mar. i~|qdl~ D~U~LJ~ ~ill reside Others tak " ',uouquet o~ p~u~ ro~euuu~ t~eu d ' " la Lakewoo , Peter Poeschel, aret H d P " Miss Mary Gallaugher, Mr and .....,: ..... :_. _, .... ~,ri.~^~, g e een Snohomish, Mrs ~ ~r~, n the r ram will be t w~t,~ w.~te ~auu $~ouu,,. ~ u~- a " ' " p og Mrs T. I. Lowe and Mr A. D .... ,~ ....... ,,;~_ ..... eheets [Lakewood, R y Van Hey, Jr. sea- A1 Blair, Monroe, Mrs. Irene rl.t lli. , c " he offi ' . ~,~u~ *very ~v~ ,~a~et o , . . ..,..,,~.,..,. halrman of t I man, from Tennessee and Mr , ....... " Brokaw. The meeting was well.,,..~ ~.,,r^.. ~.__,.. ~.~ ~..~ .. . . , Hill, Marysvllle and Mrs Nora t~ O r " 1 l~owler iVll~ Olllll~ lqtaUUll~/, iYll~B d.wl(:tl" ' oa a, t: ella , attended and proved very worth-I,~_~ W'ske an-~ *"i-- ~ri"k~ Bea-h I bayland Boraen of Seattle, who Elfstrom, Stanwood, urge attend. of the committeeon while. I~ ~....-o .~*~***~.~**a.,:';~')sent a gift but was unable to at- ance at this meeting by all the ~no "on" and . . , Ill,it ~.,,~11~ ~EtE DLffI~,~ lug/it,- . .. ol educatl. , . 1.o, ).. t),,~ ,,f ,h,, ~-in -~ honor tenfl. Home Demonstration club mem- -4 ~ /~fl (erjeson, chairman oI SPENDS FURLOUGH HERE I~.~..',~,.~'~.~'~01or~:i." ~ou,~uets The bride and groom intend to bers. They also desire that the I (It! s Society; ................... ~ make their home in Astoria, Ore. exhibits be in place by 10 a.m. in .1. ~" v v Allen Jackson has now -o order the progam may start St d L h promptty.--Mrs. Frances C. Ole- ;ed from the navy, U ents aun son. County Extension Agent. his wife and baby living in a house at Farm. PROGRAM CHAPTER Chapter, No. 78, of of the Eastern Star, A.O.U.W. Hall bn Oct. Matron Grace King Patron Ivar Driv- . . "" s A'd "~ rda of Ever tg. The educational ~tlaw' ~wr . 1 a ~a ' " in blue lace with a corsage of given by Deputy In- " ," , [pink orchids. The groom s moth- Scott from the GOSPEL HALL GROUP /er chose rose lace and net and Afton Chapter The r.~, .~r, ..=,,,.-.... .... [her corsage was green orchids. u~ rlooa~atecl with ~ *~ v~s,~uvan 1 The tapers were lighted by i:.* ;r~ae ~dinlng room A r~umber of the members ofiushers Don and~ean Crider. windblown theme, the Gospel Hall attended the for-I The receptio~ f~llewed the cer- vivid colors of the vine ty-first,, "c()nvention of Chris-' lemony in the church parlors, Yes On the next meet- tians held at Vancouver, B.C.,]which were decorated in white after a short meeting this past week-end. This groupldahlias. The bride's table was ~r~illjourney to Stan-included Mr. and Mrs. Arthurlcentered with white stock and a reception honoring Colburn, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ka-[pink roses. They were arranged en~ edy grand repre- zenl Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kazen,~for the bride by Mrs. William of the Jurisdiction of]Mr, and Mrs. Peter Kazen, Jr., '. Elske. Mr. and Mrs. John Kazen, Mr.I Pouring were Mrs. F. B. Davis * * Dan Hoy, Mr. and Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Tom Thompson, Mrs. a reports that the Burr, Mrs. Allen Steen, Fred and i Joseph Crider, St., grandmother - s~,~: -~r~ ~n havei Elldn, Miss Alice Broadhead, Mr.lof the bride and Mrs. Jessie Pear- their services at theland Mrs. Gerrztt Kroeze and)son, grandmother of the groom, ,f God Church He also[daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.I cut and served the Maltese cross that the " SundaylKroeze, Mr. and Mrs. Peter KroezeI wedding cake. ndance has increased[and family, Barbara Ayars, Pris-[ Mrs. Dean Crider, sister-in-taw avid and Odin Hale, of the brl w 1 e meetings [cilla Hale, D " J 'de, as "n charge of the * * " I Mr. Burt Breckveldt and daughter[gift table, assisted by Sue Dixon s Joan Cox Bob Rol ~and Jo An Howl )NS [Violet, Mis , ", n ett. Miss Sydna lnnle and Jane Ter Dickinson serv Camp Fire.Girls who llins, and W" " " " " ed the punch. Hold- ~)ons at the Puyallup[horst. , ling the guest book was Mrs. An~ T~ir who won al * * * [Glenn Greathouse, sister of the ~rt "for"ia'er Firemakerl NEW BOOK AT l groom. Jerry Dean Crider, cousin I~ook; Linda Palmer,!A.H.S. LIBRARY of the bride, passed the groom's ~ ribbon for her Bead- Ward S Bowman, former highi cake. haron Mose, with a red school principal and superin- Miss Arliss Peterson was in .] her Woodgatherers tendent of Arlington schools, will[charge of the dining room She ~Ook. An extensive ex-Jbe remembered as being guestlwas assisted, by Miss Glaays ~rnpfire work was sent~speaker at the May meeting of lGronnlng, .Miss. .West- lgton tc~ the Evergree, niArlington P.T.A. Instead of ac-[ luna, ana.Mx, ss naa.rgie ~mltn. at Monroe and for-|cepting.a fee, Mr. Bowman in- The brides going-away_ en- the Western Washing- structed the PTA officers to par-semele was a light blue gnit suit at Puvallun ]chase a book for the high schooli with beige and black suede ac- * lib" rary. The, book selected is a cessorles. . She wore. the white or- 'ROM CALIFORNIA [ beaut'lfully illustrated" volume,. . ! chld from her bridal bouquet. Mrs. Clifford Johnston['The Golden Treasury or z~a-~ o ave just returned fromltural History," by Bertha Morris About twent3/ memb.ers of the -'k trip to California I Parker. The author is a member[V.F.W, and the Auxiliary attend- 'visited Mr. Johnston's!of the University of Chicago fa- ed ahousewarming PartY at Les- |Ula Vista. They wentlculty, and a research associatej lie ~all~.s new house on t;amano route 101 along the of the Chicago'Natural I-Iistory!~slana ~aturaay evening: rney through the redwoods,[Museum. The illustrations in na- naa a potluck .supper anct spent OY highway 99. They tural color, are color photograpny; tne evening m carus ana conver- ~er friends along the I and paintings by Amercian ar-, sateen. .~ ....... , une V 14w AUXiliary lS plan '. Johnston reports a tists. .. " I * * * Cable ning a ham dinner to be served from 11-2 on Saturday, Oct. 17. The Viola Rebekah Lodge ini- ~.~ , tiated two new members, Mrs. ~~-"~~ Alma Howe and Mrs. Elizabeth Ingham, at their meeting in the A.O.U.W. Hall Tuesday evening The lodge had elected as drill 1st Anniversary captain Mrs. W. H. Hampton, who had charge of the initiation SP .CIAL! The group heard reports .on the last district meeting and made plans to attend Friendship nights , IO% DISCOUNT at Sultan and Monroe later in the month. Refreshments were DURING OOTOB~.R served by Mrs. Elizabeth Had- denham and Mrs. Carolyn Hart, ~ ~-.,AK~ CHRISTMAS APPOINTMENTS TODAY who had set a lovely table. PORTRAITS OF YOUNGSTERS AND PETS FRAMING -- COLORING VERNA YOUNG'S STUDIO 1432 Colby, Everett BA 7246 ~o. Gen: Hospital Closed Monday Magazine Campaign CELEBRATION PIANO SALE for the last half of 1953 real and per- Property taxes have been mailed. payments must be made on or before 31, 1953; after that date i terest will not received your tax 'statement for half payment of taxes please notify. VERNE SIEVERS, County Treasurer, Everet% Wash. The students of the Washing- ton and Roosevelt Schools will conduct their annual magazine sale starting October 16th and To celebrate our recent appointment closing October 30th. The stu- as exclusive distributors for dents have sold these magazines for the last five years using the BALDWIN PIANOS l~rofits from the sales for many BALDWIN ACROSONIC worthwhile student activities. SPINETS Athletic equipment 'and play. BALDWIN ELECTRONIC ground equipment have been ORGANS purchased for the sttl-dent use. We are offering for 1 week The profit from the sale this year 20% TO 30% will go towards the purchase of a communication system for the REDUCTIONS grade schools. The students will on Baldwin Grands and the ex- appreciate your renewals or new quisite Baldwin Acrosonic. subscriptions, o PIANO TUNING AND 17~EPAII~IN~ MISS ~- ~ TERMS -- TP~DF.~ ENTERTAINS TEACHERS TH'ORLAKSON Miss Gebrgia Har~s and Miss SCHOOL OF MUSIC Ann Kretschmalt: en~ained the 1631 Oakes, Everett BA 9426 following friends all d~nner in :; Miss Harris' apartmd~a~after the Institute Friday: Mrs. Isabel Hawley, Miss Liltian Lonke, Mrs. Peggy Smith, and Miss Gladys West. .; , **~. Gerhard Strom, of ~t. Vernon, visited with his sistel~, Mrs. Pal- mer Johnson, and family, of Ar- ~,ngton, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wil- liams of Ohio are spending two~F weeks at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hey, while Mr. Wil- liams conducts s~r'~lcol~, at the The highlight of the A.A.U.W.~:~~~i!iiiiiiiii!iiiii!iiii!ii!iiiilI meeting at the D. G. Taylor home Thursday evening was the report on the Board Meeting at Richland, given by Mrs. Charles Grewe and Mrs. Mary Gates. A discussion of the activities of A. A.U.W. followed, with emphasis on the Fellowships and Grants for advanced study awarded wo- men of the U. S. and other coun- tries each year. Seven of the girls and boys who won certificates of merit in the 'Snohordish Couty Library's Summer Reading Club this year attend school in Arlington. All of them read at least ten books dur- ing vacation time from either the bookmobile or branch li- braries at Bryant and Silvana. They are Glen Abrahamsen, Ju- dith Pederson, Faith Peterson Gary Peterson, Patricia Peterson Aileen Satuchek and John Stuart In addition there is Shirle~ Knight of the Silvana School How Christian Science Heals "True Prayer Overcomes Alcoholism" K JR 950 lc.c., Oct. 18, 9 a.m. NEWS! Who did no sin, neither was guile found in his m0Ufh: Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed himself to him that judg- eth righteously: Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed. For ye were as sheep going astray; but are now returned unto the Shepherd and BishoP of your souls. I Peter 2:2~2.25 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Rub-A-Dub-Dub, want a suit you can scrub, face cream, or a weil-protected loaf? Then we can help you, for Standard Oil Company of California has put oil to work for the weaver, the baker, the beauty aid maker. This beingOil ProgressWeek, it's a good time to point out that oil menhelp provide thousands of things you don't buy in a service station.. Suits, for instance! That wrinkle-resistant model you may be wearing was woven from an oil-bern ingredient developed in our research Fourth and Dunham Arlington, Washington A Branch o! The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Mamsachuetts. SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................... : ........................................ II A.M. SUNDAY SERVICE .................................................................... II.&.M. Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading Room: Church edifice---open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. a~d Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 to 7:4~ l~.m. excepting legal holidays. All are cordially invited to attend the~e services, and to make free use of the Reading Room. Christian Science programs from The Mother Church In Boston are now broadc~st Sunday mornings at 9 o'clock from Station KJR, Seattle. laboratories. Bread, too! Millions of loaves were wrapped last year in paper coated with Standard wax. Whenever you light a candle, polish a shoe, or empty a milk carton, you may be using wax turned out by Standard Oilers. And when your wife creams her face we're involved, too. Each year we supply ~ million gallons of highly-refined oils to cosmetic mak- ers--enough for 10 million jars of face cream. These examples of oil's place in modern living Softer, warmer, r i c h e r looking than any other coat your 7-14'er has ever had! It's a 'oig, bold box plaid styled in the softest fleece Rich flicks of vel- vet on collar, cuffs, and buttons make it "just right" for dress-up oc- casior~s! Sizes 3 to 6x .... $9.00 By the Way . . . . . a emphasize one important point. The oil indus- try has moved from kerosene to synthetic fab- rics in short generation--and so have you. Oil progress is your progress,= Have you shopped on our Balcony late- ly? You'll find complete selections now for women and girls whether it be a blouse or a coat . . . a robe Just drop in next time you're in Arlington! What comes from a drum of ii? Tires, medi- cines, nylons, detergents, plastics, paints, in- secticides -- and housands of other products. And that's because oil companies like Standard invest millions each year to find new ways ~o make oil serve you better. Questions orcomments about our Company or industry are welcome. Write to Standard Oil Company of California, P. 0. Box 3495-E, San Francisco, Cali[ornia. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA plans.ahead to serve you better