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4 The Arlington Times Thursday, Oct. 26, 1961. Hnzel Holm, correspondent . Tel. HE 6.2381 Wagner-White Wedding Solemnized MR. AND MRS. JOHN ~'. WAGNER The First Baptist Church of Darrington was Ihe scene of the 8 p. m. nuptial vows solemnized by Rev. C. B. Andrews for. Miss Sally White and John W. Wag- ner on Satm'day, October 7. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of Dar- rington and the groom's par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagner of Astoria, Oregon. Candelabra and standards of bronze and gold chrysanthe- mums formed the setting for the wedding. The bride given in marriage by her father, chose a classic gown of peau satin scalloped neckline inset lace bodice neckline, lily point sleeves, full skirt with bell shaped front lace panel, a wide butterfly bow in back with full chapel train. A miniature queens crown of pearls held her chantilly lace fingertip illusion silk veil. She carried a corsage of white roses with a shower of stephonati and ivy. tier jewelry was a string of pearls, a gift of the groom. Mrs. Sam Forrister. sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She chose mint green taffeta with short sleeves and full street length skirt with shoes to match. She wore a mint green miniature double crown with veil hat and carried a bouquet of bronze and gold spider chry- santhemums. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Bob Lewis, sister of the bride; Miss Billie Joe White, cousin of the bride and Mrs. Bob Foffsteter. Regulations For Garbage Dump Mayor MeArthur requests the cooperation of parties hauling refuse to the dump during the week in asking that they re- frain from dumping any lum- ber or other inflammable ma- terial. The site of the dump is leased by the Town from the State and this was one of the imperative conditions of the lease. If this or any other term of the lease is not complied with, the Town may have to forfeit its use of the land. Your compliance with the above re- quest will be appreciated. 'O Their dresses, hats and boquets were the same as the maid of honor. Candlelighters were Edward Monaghan and Bill Ramboof. Flower girl was Gall Barnard, cousin of the bride. She wore a green mint taffeta dress with full skirt and wore a headband of small bronze and gold chry- santhemums. Ring bearer was "Lucky" White, brother of the bride. Best man was Phil Tur- rell of Edmonds. Ushers were Edward Monaghan and Bill Ramboof, both of Centralia and Bob Barnard, uncle of the bride. The bride's mother wore a wool sheath of Magenta red with black accessories, mink hat and a white rose corsage. The groom's mother chose floral two piece blue and fusehia dress, fusehia velvet hat and accessories to match. She wore a white rose corsage. The reception was held in the social room of the church for two-hundred and fifty guesls. Bronze and gold chrysanthe- mums decorated the room. Cutting the Maltese Cross cake were Mrs. Dewey Abbott, sister" of the bride and Mrs. Nancy Soderberg, sister of the groom from Portland, Oregon. Serving coffee were Mrs. Ronald Mc- Donald. Mrs. Julius White, both aunts of the bride. Sreving punch were Mrs. Walter Robin- son Jr. and Mrs. Wally Hell. In charge of the guest book was Mrs. Bob Effsley. In charge of gifts were Mrs. Bill Harnsen, Mrs. Bob Noble and Mrs. Dar- rell Whittall. Hostesses were Mrs. Vance Rogers, Mrs. Elmer Afseth and Mrs. Henry Bridg- man. Passing the groom's cake were Michelle White, sister of the bride and Patricial McDon. ald, cousin of the bride. For going , away the bride changed tO Kelly Green wool pleated skirt dress, white coat and black suede hat and shoes. She wore the corsage from her buquer. The couple are at 914 North Tower Apartments, Centralia. The bride attended Everett Jr. College and the groom is at- tending Centralia College. o Mr. Chuck Donaldson of Ar. lington was an overnight guest Saturday with Dr. and Mrs. Keep. Dr. and Chuck went hunting Sunday. WILL Fall Concert Set for Nov. 10 Tire Community Concert Committee is only too glad they didn't say which summer the Summer Concert would be held. What with the fire seas- on, expeelant FotwPnoe "rid ' ei!y park that didn't shape up Iw i'sel~ the Sunday ('o.wert in % i':'r!, di:! "*,~t w,'e:';,li',o. ~'l;,.p~s for the fa[l eoneer| 'l (A. l 'V(PI', ill'(' IIO;V POIII' )l"~ :l! tPo hi/h schoo; Mu!li-Pur ,,.,, yr,( .... t}:e ",ut:lic b: invited "o l'r':t:" ,lie lTl'!le (ltl,qV~,e!~o ren ~tOF nL!P3})ors 1}?{~I are strietl" T'r, rbershop, several F-avhrlb: select !on.~; and a .~:trinff en seR'ble. "]be t)rosTr:lp, a] o ]~1 c!t:des vocal so!os bv ?!r Jqr,e~ H:'rvey renditions by thc Non- et!es, pi:~no nllr2Q)(!u:; a:ld o[hel hwtrrment:d Sr'!fSe' i(,~?s}; -O The f;t. Anm f:nild will meo~ " "' r:r'n'" ;~! ~I'O ! OP" O "~'"' "- ...... ~'~'~ Ar',um. Mrs. Beck will show the line of toys she selling. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petm.~;o went to Othello bird lmntin la~l ,qundav and Monday. ?,'It'. and Mrs. Ceorffe Tboml) son [tad a birthday dinner Sun day, October !5 to celebrate the birthdays of Curtis who was : and Debra who was 4. Guest: vere Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Thomnson of Burlington, Mr and Mrs. Ed. Olson and fqma\ of ;,It. Vernon, Mrs. Maxine Dolph and girls of Sedro-Wool- Icy. Mr. and Mrs. Rav Baker and Mrs. Joe Bolin all of Sed:'o Woolley visited Mr. and Mrs Li,,' i o!m oq Su-dav. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryson, Jerry Booker and Mr. and Mrs r~ ~Vright were in Everetl ~'~rie!:ly evening where they saw Donna Bryson and Pat Dear inger in the group who finished the course of the Nancy Taylo: Charm School at the Monte Cr'sto Itotel. Mrs. Charles Graham and son RiRehard of Seattle visited over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen. Mr. Robert Thurlow and two sons of Seattle were up Sunday. They got his mother, Mrs. g. C. Thurlow to return to Seattle to care for her grandchildren as Mrs. Robert Thurlow is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lowe of Everett made the trip on the CEDAR SALE There will be a fiw, a('r, ,r(lar sale on Dav!s reek, Men day, October 30 at 10 a. m. at the Fire ttall. and fm-:ilv of !1ollin,{h:u-n ;,i:i c,(! 'l,nd~lv ",i~h tJs Darellts, ]~.1'. and Mrs.'Clyde Morgan. There were a few more p.o' deer this week. Those we know of are Gordon I.anfear. David Cabe, Bragg Parr\s, Gene Boyd, ~v illard Ma:;,:ingale. Mi", c..~,en, Pob Cihbons, Charles Blankenship, James P, ooker. P,o! err Dills. Mrs. Marion Stot~e. Iiarvey Woort of Montclair, Calif., son of Mrs. F.dna Wood. will arrive in Seattle Wednes- :lay to 'Ao to the Ellensbur., homecoming. Mrs. Wood will meet him in Seattle arrd they will stay with Wayne Wood a.,H family over night. There will De a family reunion at Wayno's Oil Sunday. Mr. and 51r~. I~ay Rkldh' and family have been having company who go hunting. 1"Ir and ?lrs. flex William and son of Ocean City. Washington q'ayed a week, he got a deer. Donald Freeman of Be,hell stayed here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tatham and two friends of Everett were here Darrington 32 Coupeville 7 Darrinffton defeated the :'O"" "'i"1" '~"'01'''~'" "" :' :ocq'r~ O[ "0 'c~ 7 io(!:,y to win their see- O"rl loDtvl'900FIIOF, I and fourth w!', for l!:e season. lnal')'illffto'~ won lhe tos~ and o!or"od Io reoeive, q'be Wolvey '-:r"'r'd ~b', I*:'H well and ToR1 ~s:l,e SO',;OF fnllbaek look the !,nil on his own 1,q yard line \Vilh era;, of tile fi,w, st dov,'n fieht blocking exhibilions of lhe "eason Ash(* c,,t for right sJ(t,, !ir~e and went 82 yards to score. The eo',vorsion attempt failed end wilh less than one minute ,,lapsed time the Loggers led 6 to 0. Late in the 1st quarter after a sustained drive the Wolves scored with an oft" ",' le ,-n~ash hy their right half. The Wolves converted with ,q place kiok. !'arlv in the second quarter Mike Vincent went off tackle oq a wide drive ,lay fo,.md r'unning room and raced 25 yards for the Logger Caturday. Clyde's friend got a deer. Ray Brooks got a deer this week-end. ,:eeond score. Larry Jones ear- Hod the lmll for ihe conversion. The Log~gers played exceptional defense the End quarter allow- ing the Wolves only 5 yards po~ from rushing. The first half ended with Darrington leading Darrington plays its last 11" Examiner homo game of this sea,;on this ILacense Saturday at 1 p. m. against ll.] l. 01 C~anite Fails. This is to be anI~" vCI.. OJ. exciting week-end, what with a[ The License li:xaminer will pep rally Friday night com-| in Dar 'ington on Tuesday, by a score of 13 to 7. p!ete with serpentine I;on ".ire. etc. Ilon~ecoming ' ceremonies In the second half Coupeville and also fiehl dedication at hall came back real strong and time. See you there. picked up 2 First downs in 4 plays then the Loggers tighlen- ed up and the Wolves neve,,' really posed a threat the rest Of the game. Larry Jones. af ter a drive boasted by several fine pass plays went over stand- ing up from about 20 yards out. A pass for the extra point fail ed. In the fourth ouarter Dar- rington scored twice with Lar. ry Jones carrying both times. The first T. D. in the 4th qtr. was an extension of a pass play from Q. B. I.ester Pollard Io Larry Jones. The last score of [he game came with lesq than 1 minute to play with Jones go illg around end 1o ,;COl'e f,',r*" -hnut 8 yards out, Lester Pol- lard passed tile Clyde Green to chalk up Point 32 and wrap up a win. Coach Jones had only praise for his boys as he called this the finest unified effort in a long time. O Short words are best and the old words when short are best of all.--Winston S. Churchill. -O A fine is a lax fm doing wrong. A tax is a fine for do- ing OK. ber 31st. 'File hours are fro~ 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., there is a possibility of arrival an hour or so The Clerk has been that there will be two men month, if possible, as some plieants in the past have ha to be turned away for lack time. Driver's Manuals may obtained at the Clerk's "Your Cood Coverage Agenf" IT'S GOOD BUSINESS FOR YOU ALSO WHITE HORSE INVESTMENT C0. P. O. Box 448 Darrington, Washington PHONE HE 6-3951 I'II,;Rt'E 5 T() (; LI;. AV(I. RIq.\I)Y T() I,:.\T ................. LB. PICNICS 1'11 '1,;11 ................................. LB. IcRI,:Sll--- WIIt)I,I,: I ()I)IEI)- \V.\Slt. (II{()\VN .............. LB. ic S I( I N I, InS S--V E R 11: IN E R A N l). .\ Q/'AIAq -t ()NqR()I,IA,;I) I'R()I)t,( 1'. LB. ,l I:M Bl ), VERIFINIi', -- t,Y Till,, 1'I1,( 1, ................. LB. Mountain Loop Sunday and stopped at Mr. and Mrs. Art New or Used Sports Equipment Wrights. WANTI~,D ! ! Terry Reece returned home 1 Wednesday from the hospital Campaign Sponsored by the Junior~ - Chamber of Commerce for President but he still has a long way to go for recovery. The students of this area at- tending E. J. (2. were home Fri- clay as the teachers were to visit other schools. There will be no school in Darrington this Friday, Oct. 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rudd of Portland, Oregon visited their and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lewis and family from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Olson of Everett spent all last week bird hunting near Moses Lake and Colfax. The Skagit and Snohomisb County Singing Convention wil~ be held Sunday, October 29 at the First Baptist church in Hamilton at 1:30 p. m. The Firemen and ladies will have their Hallowe'en pot-luck lunch and dance Saturday, Oct. 28 at the Fire Hall. The fire- men may each ask a couple as guests. There are prizes for' the best costume and a fine for no costume. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hollend- ar and daughters of Port Town- send spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faucett. She is Jack's sister Virginia. Jake Lorenzen returned home Saturday from the hospital. He must stay down. Mr~ and Mrs. Vie Senters el Lusk, Wyoming will arrive Tuesday for an indelinte visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Loren- zen and Iamily. She is Jake's sister. Mrs, Lloyd Dills (Ann Long) left Thursday by bus to visit her husband in California in the service. She is staying with Mrs. Terry Obrian tShirley Long 1. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan Darrington Churches St. John Catholic Church Darrington, Wash. Father Edward C. Boyle, Pastor Mass: 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays: 11:30 a.m. "2nd and 4th Sundays: 8:00 a.m. Confessions: Before Mass. Episcopal Church Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Family Ser- vice with Holy Communion 9:30 a.m. Kennedy's Youth-Fitness Program. Bring your donations to any . . . Associated Grocers Member STORE! I BIG Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship at 11. Training Union 7:00. Preaching 8:00 p.m. Tuesday Women's Mission Soc. 10:00. Wedn~day prayer and Bible study. The Rev. W. M. Breedlove, pastor. Fh'st Baptist Church The Rev. Jtm Slaton, Pastor Sunday School at 9:45 a.w.. Morning Worahlp at ll a.m. Senior Young People at 6:30 p.m. Evening Service a~ 7:30 p.m. Thursday: Choir at 7 p.m. Prayer Fellowship at 8 a.m. I':A STI':I{N - - I ) I,; E I' !: R Y ................... LB. S I I.\M --- SERVIq "rr ~ ) W 1T 11 1)RA \VN B I, P P I,,R .... LB. Fresh Produce FANCY WASH. Box LOCAL FIRM and FREStt LB. TENDER AND CRISP 1 o~,~o I Cello Bags Each SOOPER SA VINGS ! BUMBLE BEE Half Tins BUY 4 & SAVE 24c R SHURFINE 3 Pound Tins BIG 10c SAVINGS SHURFINE 10 Lb. Bag U - SAVE 16c TA S TE WELL Pound Cartons SAVE 23c. BUY 5 LBS. F O R I This Week Vol. No. 9 o,,, SALE 99C 1 SHURFINE 16-Oz. Tins TASTEWELL BROKEN SECTIONS 16-Oz. Tirm BIG 46.Oz. Tins o R g R Darrington Assembly of God Sunday -- 10:00, Sunday School; 11:90, Morning Worship. C'hlldren's Church and Jr. Church 6:30. C. A. Service, 6:30. Evening Servioe, 7:30. Midweek Service Wednesday, "/:30. Chnrch of God of Prophe~v Sunday: 10:00 aJ~., Sunday School; 11:00 a.m., Church Service. Wednesday evening, 7:30--Prayer & Bible Study. Thursday, 10:30 a.m., ml~ionar~ meeting. Friday evening, 7:30: Young People'l meet. Grace Baptist Church Regular services: Sunday School 9:45 a~a. Preaching Services 11:00 a.m. Senior Young People 6:15 p.m. Evenlng Service 9:30 p.m. . Darrlngton Methodist Church Emmens & Alvord St. Charles W. Johnson, Pastor Phone Arlington OE 5-3259 Church school at 10:I0 a.m. Worsl~lp service at 9:00 a.m, O' RUBBEB STAMPS SHUR-FRESH LARGE GRADE AA U.S.D.A. Doz. PC JELLO REGULAR SIZE lc OFF DEAL 12 $1. SYRUP TASTEwELL HOT CAKE 29c 22.OZ. BOTTLES CHEF E LOAF TASTEwELL 69c KRAFT CARAMELS 14-OUNCE 31c BAG WATCH OUT FOR TRICKS OR PRICES EFFECTIVE OCT. 26"27-28. RIGHT TO LIMIT. 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