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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLING YON, WAb, "" GTON, TIIURSI)AY, OCT. 22, 1!)53. 'Church in Hamilton Saturday.10 " " IC Mr. Cabe was born in North Car- ~ ]) I:)/tl o,na and passed away in the rvdh R ,ed gnller q)f Fortso Mrs. Horace Enyeart, [Rowley Hpspital in Mount Ver-flB l ~. s mrs . Imm tl ]m ------------ /non Oct. 14 1953 at the age of/~,e b[ ter"After years II Rummage Sale tb0 acres of mostly Douglas Fir[73 years He came west about[nu~l'rL~'~ [~ The Methodist Ladies are busy]seedlings received from the Wind]forty years ago, having spent[ ~ ~ ~~ ~~ [ The period October 15 to No-board, or strong gathering material for their[rover r~ursery. /the past thirty-four at Hamilton.] ~l ~ ~~ ~~ [vember 15 has been set by the corruzated fiberboard Rummage Sale. They are asking] _ ._ ~ ~ [He was purled in the Hamilton] ~ ~'~ ~~ ~~ [Post Office Department, in con- ~ ..... - for donations of used household One Th,)ber SMc, of .210,000 cemetery. There were lots of be-] ~ ~~ ~mm[] ]junction with the Department of[ . ~n pox snomo o.e ., goods, clean clothing, toys, gar- board feet of White Fir, waS[autiful flowers. Rev. O. I. Bar-[ ~ ~ ~~ ~[] ]Defense, in which Christmas mail ltied, gum tape atone is no~; den produce, dahlia tubers or[maueUcL z. seth, pastor of the Darrington[ ~ ~~~~~ [for overseas personnel of the[cient. Sealed pareels stom~. any useable articles. Donations[ .-'"-'TZ---. IMethodist Churcn, conoucted me|~ ] ~~ II larmed forces should be mailed.! ry the inscription 'Ma] may be left at the Methodist[ Mrs. Jerry ...... Woods returnedl~ervlces.~ " ] ~ I ~~ ~lm tiThe term ..... armed forces overseas ,~,~,o,q f,w nn~t~l ins~eC inolne baturflay aIter making a , . . --~ .......r ......... - church an time before Novem- . ..... The deceased lea :es a widow includes personnel of armed fore- . _ ~"" ~th y ]visit m California ~. ~. ~ ; ...... [ ~ 1 ~~ l~ ]es members of their families ]Boxes shoum containsuft -~. -. " tmse ~ane oz rlamllton; two sons, , , htI -- John of Hamilton and Kenneth[ ~ m ~~ ~[] [and authorized U S. Civilians]cushining material so t. Between fifteen and tweny ............... of Canyonville, Ore.; three[ ~~~~~~ [employed overseas, who recele[ .................... u&l t Army Investigates . " "v contents will be tightly g0 friends and relatives called at .ha rLua~ vw~;~ . dau hters. Pearl Reece of Dar t ........ ~~ /their mail in care of Postmaster, i u..~c~ .y~mFJ~t~y v~,~.h~n the home of Mrs. Boyd White Darrington was honored with rin~gon Lena Garland and Beu-[ ~~ ~~ [New York San Francisco New]ngnny nneo, ooxes are u~_~ Friday and had a party in honorlthe presence of two hclicoptersilahay'rd both of Canyonville,[ ~~:: ~ ~ ~ ~~r./~:~ ~[] ]Orleans, and Seattle, or' FleeLbe crushed. It is a!so de~ of Mrs White's birthday. [last week. On Tuesday, a ser-lOre ; two brothers Elmer and] ~"~ :! ~ I ~~ ~~ ]Post Office at New York Citx or mat au noerooa.ra ooxe~ .--.-------- [-.cant from McC o F ]Lawrence, and a sister gdehne] ~. i! ~ ~ ~~ ~.~ ]San Francisco. [,,,),~,,r, ,-,,-t,~-i~ll,, ~tren~,the~ " "h rd ield of the " . ~" curely wrappeo in neavy-~ Mr~ M~sland I11 air sea rescue squaaron was rrln n and ., ..........~ o~ o " ~. ..... [Eatham, all of Da ' gto , [ ~ ]~ ~~~~~ [ Air parcel post intended for the ~ ,~ot~'~,,~~ Mr~ ],,rr, M~rsland the for. l,wought to l)arringmn oy hen-Is[x ~,randchildren ! ~ ~. ~x ~ ~ ~~ ~-~. ..... ersonnel should not be v ..... ~,~. .~ T-,,"~-~.~'~'~ "Chilcate' returned]copter. The helicopter and pilot[ s -- [ Orville Reed Miller and Sister Arnetta (Miller) Harter.-~Times photo [~"~rlP]~t~r than November 25 Customs declarations ~' ....................... nda ~eresent back while theserI w wa v [ r ,[ .............. quired by some A P O ana~ to her home in Seattle Su y ...... A Stork Sho er s gi enfor Separated since childhood O -Iage. The family record of eleven,1953 Air parcel post is limited ........ " : __ ;~ " . - :~eant made plans to climb to the _ ' .... . ," oIIices TnlS lnmrmanon ~" after havln spent five days in ~ - Mrs Fred McFatls last Monday ville ReedMiller, oflVortson, members living with a combined in size to 30 inches in length and ~ .,.k .... . g xrecked Royal Canadian A~r " " " "l-[ . ,,bt,~,,=d ~t the 1u~M post the hospital and several days at : , ..... at. the Methodist Church by Mrs. and his roster, Mrs. Arnetta (M1 ~age of 878. years, and the factlglrth combined and 2 pounds in T ~t ,f ~h~hitoa ~tle es the home of her cousin in Call- ~ olce plane on ~uipnur ~vmu.n-[Bill O'Conner, Mrs. Clyde Morganller) Harter, of Newcastle, Ind., that Mr. Mllle.r had not seen his weight. Air parcel post to any ~2~. ~, v:.~--:~-~-~-- ~,~-ltl~ farina," when she became ill" ~.aln. The ......... sergeant made the tAP]and Mrs. Val Crawford. There]met for the first .... time m flfty-l, slster ..... in fifty-four years, waslA.P.O, or F.P.O. is 80c per pound ~qn~,t-- .................... -ffice ' " u ann gamerea all the remain ,, ~ ~, .... while on a vacation with her]. P ......... [was a crowd of about thirty peo-lfour years on Sunday, Oct. 11, lfeatured in the Ripley Believelor fraction thereof " c J h lng nones oI tne mree skeletons r ve~ ' husband. The report was that s eI ........... tple. She received many lovely]when Mr. and Mrs. Harter d o It or Not' column last spring. I The imoortance of mailing tr~,~ ~irno~ o~ae~rt~d $ may have had a light case of P-l'natca~rl~neat coumthe spotnn'Afterrie maUea thora]gifts The tables were beautiful-[in from their home in Indiana.I Mr. and Mrs. Harter were ac- ]Christmas p-arcels during the des- busy,~ ................... effective salesmer~ lio, however it was not definitely[ ~" . . .... ...... ~/ly decorated with paper and[ Members of a family of seven-lcompanied by their niece, Mrs.,ignated period cannot be empha- " ............... ve one ougn lnvesngauon it is oeneveo o ~ stated The Marslands ha [ , . _ - _ ~ ~ [flowers Mrs Joyce Phillips won[teen children the family broke Goldie Fisher of Andersofi, Ind. ]sizedtoo strongly the earlier i . : :~ " en , , ' , t~ d, son David, 2% years old, whol-ie piar~ecrasnea_ aoout t [the prize for the game Refresh-lup soon after the death of their[ Another niece, "Mrs. Edith]thebetter The nublic can be | r~ ~r t~w n*tL hi 13ears ago carrying mree persons "- I is staying at the home of "s~. .. ,_" ...... [ments were served. [mother, and Reed Miller, then 13tSkaarr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.]reasonably assured that unreels I Vr. ~l~. ~dllen BIII rne mree DOOMS nave oeen loen-[ | ~ / ' " " ] " - - _grandparents at Whzte Horse. I.-.- ..... m- -- years old, the youn~,est of the Miller, who lives m Spanaway, mailed through the regular sur- _ I lnect. After his mission .... was co ]Auto Accident /family, and his sister, a year old-lcame to Fortson to meet her auntlface mails prior to Nov 15 will l l~aTl~lnl'Tl~lC:~ A ver lovely potluck dinner!p.leted, the sergeant returnea to Injures Four - er were separated, and thus met for the first time I .... ~. .~...~. n..o,~..oq,,n before [ Ik~l-/~lllll~/llU~ was held in the basement of thelc~a~emg~Onc3nd Saef~rf~ia h~he[ Four young men from the!for the first time a week ago. l The Hurters and Mrs. Fisher[Chrlstmas | ~,^ :-,, ..~ Baptist church Saturday night in]." .P . .~ - " and/Whidbey Island Naval Airbase Of the seventeen children, ten left here Wednesday Oct 14 and[ Boxes for overseas transmis- n glv tymp, !~nr~::v~t~oeiR~j~ga?f~SmroHCrna.h~" t ~a~secp~gr :natmee~gr:e~aty thet~ei?a:y ~T~aibgms~b;~ihe~Hndei! ~ iei~am~elv~mbg~m?ey.~1vhy~e)pa!~ ! ~l~i~ketherere?~r; twr~PlV~sCalalii2ggrCaO~Ss~tirsU:C~n~iSth:lYcc;b;ntei! ] Arl~7~,~oT~, WaS, , " t. . g y " g .... . Theed withhnreda lovelCUplecarWaSroPre~re2me Visiting over the weekend at"the| base. . failed to make the firstlof S edro-Woolley formerly of Mrs Chuck Wallace and son]mUst be transported andha the | - HOURS ~[ Y . - ............ Oeor~e.crosslng at Hazel Their car hitnDarrin-ton were overni,ht ~. " .......... [handling and storage t t they | ....... ~ tha John Cloer Harvey Hyae Ime name at lvu-. anu ~v,.. ~ ~ /_ + ......1 . .....~-...u_~....~ I g ,. .... s _[~nUcKle, Mr. BOO harrison ano/,.,~,,~t ,,,,,~o~,,n T~~ absolutely lU:;lu a.ra. to a:uu p.m. 0~ ......... ~ all a a.u wa~ ue.,, t the n me at ~vlr ann ............ ~ ...... Glendon Moore and Tommy Al-lElders was Mrs. Ed Cope of C ] m ' ........ Iguests at - ~ o .~ .~ ni_ht]a friend all of S attie. ]necessary that all articles for ] _.. .... tornia ~ IWO OI me men ~usseli lank Mrs. JaCK _l'oroes on t~rtoay g ' . len famlhes, a beautiful friend-I |o,~ ............ " ............ 1 ........~ .... ~,. ~,~n Mrs [ -- [overseas dehvery be packed in |' CLOSED TUE~DA~t~ nett reen re- OLll:.,t fJt~llV ~EUU~UII~ ~/~/tl:~l~" t~tX~/t t:lllld, Okt tlI~E:~ llUlll~2~" U.L 2~&l. Otltlu . i sh~p cup from the Harold Ben Mr. and Mrs. Roy 5 . ]... ,~... ^:.~, ..... ~^~.~.~,..~ ,.. ,,...]o ..... xxr,~t .... ,q t ..... hHdron[SCh~l Play Oct. 30 ]boxes of metal, wood, sohd fiber- f~mil., and n nurco nf monevlr,,~,,,~,~ h,~.,,~ aundav after a trinttu t.~ ~Hmgtuu nu~r,*ta~ .t t.=lU=,~.s= ,,,.o..,. ~,,.,~ ~ ........... ~ ..... ,, ...... . ~~~ .u,,..~ ,~,,~ ,~ v ...... " "'~ ............." ~ " ' i " Ine SChOOl play(.~lris Are l~et- ................. w^d theI ................ The" brou"htIDarrlngtn ambulance. OrvlllelSaturday n ght. [ [ ~-~"~-~..~ ~rom~an. ~ songte~tw .... [~,~z~~i'~h~t~"t~l~eir soYn Gen~rvlPearson drove the ambulance] Mrs Joe Stonev gave a sur-[ter Than Ever" will be at the/ ~ " "~"~''" ~- ........ [ancl"hi's'fam'il~- ~]and Gordon McArthur was the]prise "birthday p'arty for Mrs.]High School on Friday, Oct. 30th. I ~~ home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates] ~tnd loads of best " " ' "[" " " " v n]practice and prayer meet'Church]from g' Y g Cas-I" I " e Long and family were Re a d title can betltle can be attackeattacked In such cases, we ........... Mrs Vernon Pear on, ay cake ice cream and coffe _, , = " ,members of the Baptist the east side of the .... . "~ ~ . " a tonsilectomy at the General ~ "* . I~ ~ .......... : ..... Sunda,, droner guests at theI,,.o-hostesses. There. were aboutlu .... ~r-1 in Everett Saturdav IMps. Sam Bates were Mr. and' / Teleph;ne Cedi;-2164 r~ iiii:::::::iii!i i home of Mr. and Mrs.. Boyd C2b~.! ~welve lad)eSlrlttwesnOt~Igrs tVi~el~na]'~)x'teen students and the t~ach-[ Mrs. Fred Wi.e, senburger and blr;~ SHOVEL DRAGLINE ....... | ~il;;iii liiii iii : | ~lyMo~,ikEAogLt~nJ~r~s:2Helen :~.o~ln~an~f~rir~ia:d2re:n ~vlo2[~eOftoh~hS?ClO~gye cla:2pi~asllted[ W2~i~oengur.gers Drainer t~oo oi or H=lyOrk ~~..___~_.._ ]iii~ i ~ ! Lath of S y " . ~ F ..... " .... "-'lSedro Woollev Monday Many in-I Sunday afternoon visitors at ~ v v~n~n-r~ ~ i::i[~ ~ 1 of~i:!aa~d(~r~Bhi~!hiBenromi~as~erd;::a: ::;tn2:y~sS :~r17s:lte~Istl2gg~nsg.sCh~p~::L:et~i~a~:[ ~,h:yeha~en~ ?:m~lydM::-MH?raaC~ Phone ~s,~ ~rllngton WASHI,a,O, ~::TN,U~NfE 0. q li ~ ] [ [!!i~ M~ng/rMendsl3D'a~lrdfgt:n I daug!te~eAihl~!bar~tBg:m~: I !'~ ......... 't~om of Mr and Mrs Henry of M - = in~ - " - " " : ,' ;- ~ Mrs R I" Erfurth'ries at me ~21VlC AUOitorlumI . D ~. ii Brown and son were v~r ano mrs. :acre ~vtr. ann " ' ~" 'r~,,e~ett Fridav night " Walter Morgan of Fort Lewis and :rod Mr. avd Mrs. C. J. Boatman, l':"r:{rs ' ttenrv Vo~,nild enter-] ~ ~ ~ ( ) Tacoma. a!lofPasco.. ...... [taine(i the Rev H~nry Nyhus] ~ 4" Mr. and Mrs. J V Christensen Mrs. b. A. :nuer~o~ian~affl~nlMi~s Alma Nyhu's and Rev Sher-'l spent Sunday afternoon visiting E. L. tiowara spen Y - [~a~i~ Nyhus ail of Iowa, "at the/ at the home of Mr. and Mrs Evere~t and had lunch withl -~ . , , ] . 'ancn last week. The two men Ralph Olsen and family of O.;o. friends. ............ ]are brothers and the lady is t~eir] , ~ | Friday afternoon Jesse ~onou- mrs. ~narles bner was g'~em ............... ~l ~2n~l J[rt~lyb~aj~d,ahpSar:y;:.a.rt M~;kfLh~':!~ TS~;day~aa:ti!~l;'iltyra~ tsi~tse~;ft:'~e:e 2ige!dlE~d~wiil, I his borne. O~ler guest~ were 1- _ ' . . a % - " "~ ~ Vello Marsh " ~- |r Iv nnett. (;ayle Rens nk, nan-Vhere were eight, peas?As a tendel " ;t, grgght an i Floyd Wright[ dall Reecc, Randall Phillips, Jer- :ng and she rece~vea iota o I','pent the week-end, a week ago,] } ry l=fayter, Cecil Parr[s, Curtis gifts,s E L Howard and son]in Yakima hunting. They were[ ..... ~of Seatti'e They were also Sun-!;hen Hyatt and two daughters day dinnler:uest:~s at the home ~e~eofM~.:n~ryrt~eCharles Camp- ~Kff~?mnt~nivlrs. Charles Marquart ofx'~.k'-2nd ~V~rs. Fred Kelaoyer'~ Ivan Jones and son Chuck, were Mr. and Mrs. tterb Ludeen Walter Bates and son Jack, Bob and daughter of Bellingham. Jones and Paul Wood6zard spent Visitors from Friday until the week-end bird hunting near Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Ritzville. Mrs. Val Crawford and daughter Renee were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Reece of Bremerton. Bob O'Conner flew up from California to spend a few days~ hunting. Mr. O'Conner is a broth- er to Bill O'Conner of Darring- ton. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Howell and family were Mr.'and Mrs. Jack Fisher and children Donald anti Gary of Everett. Week.end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and daughter Barbara were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bullen and daughter Gall, Dick Large and Norman Bullen, all of Seattle Little Gall remained up for the week with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doan and son Tommy spent Friday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cornelius and family in Se- attle. Three hunters from the Forest Service, Jerry Woods, Jack Tib- betts and Bob La Porte, spent a few days hunting in the Miner's Ridge area and returned with one bear. $1m~h Burning The slash burning in the Suiat- tie district is practically over, due to the rainy weather having set in. Ranger Pat Wick reports that tree planting will begin soon. They expect to plant about ,~The Darrington Garden Club will meet Thursday, Oct. 29th, at the home of Mrs. Roger Boyd. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and family on Thursday, Oct, 15th, were Mr. and Mrs. P. S Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Broten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones and children and Mrs. Christen- sen. The dinner was in honor of the 43rd wedding .anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Jones. Roger Boyd is the envy of many people these days. He and his father flew to the East, where he spent several weeks attend- ing the World's Series and visited many ~other places of interest. Mrs. Sylvia Hollingsworth re- ceived word that her brother's wife, Mrs. Tom Ell[son of Sedrd- Wlley' passed away at Prt"I 1 land Thursday during a heart operation. She was the mother of two children. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church } in Sedro-Woolley, Tuesday. Wednesday's visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. IN.A.WALL FURNAC Knowles were Mr. and Mrs. Downing and W. C. Ritchie of Bellingham. Forced Air Circulation Constam It will be Ladies' Night at the Even Heat. W operate if electric- Lions Club Tuesday, Oct. 27th. ity is off. Funeral of Joaeph Cabe Many friends and relatives WlNlff3 HARDWARE from Darrington attended the :funeral services for Joseph O. ARLINGTON i Cabe, held at the Methodist From light delivery heavy hauling, there's a Chevrolet truck to fit your needs. You'll save on pricel And you'll save plenty! With all their extra ruggedness and thrifty power.., with all their exclusive and advanced features . . Chevrolet trucks are the lowest priced truck line o[ alll O You'll save on operating costs ! in both light- and heavy-duty models, Chevrolet's advanced valve-in-head engines deliver outstanding economy. And you get extra ruggedness that keeps upkeep down! You'll get a better traTle-in ! You get more truck for your dollars when you buy... more dollars for your truck when you trade. Chevrolet trucks traditionally command a higher resale value. PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH. MODEL COMPARISON~ ! 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