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i'i Frustrated and Confused Americans From newspaper articles, radio and T.V. and present crisis, is disposed to make concessions at magazine articles, one gathers the impression that his inevitable meeting with Prime Minister Khruhs- we are a confused and frustrated people. We are chev. urged by one group to support the United Nations, The Chief Executive, it is reported, intimat- and we are told by others the United Nations has ed in his long talk with Soviet Ambassador Andrei been, in the Congo, backing the communists. We Gmmyko that he would be willing to include have heard that our foreign policy is to be tough, among other subjects, creation of a disarmament that there will be no "Munich" in Berlin. And we zone in Central Europe as a matter for negotia- have heard that we are preparing to make con- tion cessions in Berlin. "If his plan to 'disengage' Central Europe suc- One of the people's favorite columnists, Drew ceeds, then there will be nothing to keep the KTem- Pearson, reported to the people on his visit with lin from establishing its tentacles well beyond the Mr. Khruhschev in a Sez he, and Sez I sort of Elbe river. Hence, it is said here by responsible way, and seems to be of the opinion that the Com- policymakers, if Mr. Kennedy indeed wants to aries are changing. He reports that Mr. K. prom- appease with a formula which may, at first glance, ises not to export communism, that is seek to only appears as a stimulant to peace and progress, foment trouble in other countries, then there will be no reason for the European He also states "Mr. K. proposes an atom- members of the NATO to continue that alliance free zone in Europe and the far East. This is with America. what Foreign Minister Gromyko has been dis- It is rather difficult for us to believe that the 6 The Arlington Times Thursday, Oct. 26, 1961. Brose. The secretarY's book received a red ribbon. The new officers for the com- ing year are: Pres., Suella Wig- gins; Vice President, Diane Brose; Treasurer, Denise Little; Reporter, Barbara Sloan; Sgt. of arms, Lynn Rents; Program Chairman, Renee Melvin. On Oct. 22, the girls gathered at the Brose home and made cookies to send to the Air Force Base at Lackland, Texas. The next meeting will be on Nov. 3, at the Brose home. New 4-H Club Former The community welcomes the formation of a new 4-H Club under the direction of Mmes. Harry Sanderson and Thelma Sullivan. The group known as the Lakewood Busy Bees held their first meeting on Oct. 12 cussing with Secretary el State Rusk, namely Communists who have declared they will destroy the banning of atom weapons from the West Ger- our system, have changed. It is also difficult for at the home of Mrs. Harry man army, plus other parts of Western Europe, us to accept the idea that the Communists will Sanderson. The girls who are all about 10 years of age will probably including France, Belgium and Thedisarm the eastern portion of Europe. We feel take up cooking for their be. Netherlands, in return for their banishment from that any such agreement should be accompanied Eastern Europe. by an inspection agreement. We also know that "The United States is favorably inclined,one of the Communist objectives is to destroy though Chancellor Adenauer is not. ' NATO --- the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- How, we wonder, would we be assured that tion. such arms are banned in Eastern Europe? In the On President Kennedy s shoulders rests a ter- same newspaper that carried the Pearson report ribh responsibility, such as no other president has l quoted above, appears another item by Columnist carried It is easy for those who bear no part of Constantine Brown, who writes on the same sub- this responsibility to offer suggestions and say he ject as follows, from Paris: should do this, or he should do that. "Definite reports have reached the French capi- The Western World knows, from the Cham- tal, as well as Bonn, that President Kennedy, in berlain experience at Munich, that appeasement his ardent search for peace and ermination of can not even bring Peace._ m our time Jl u' i ' T ' I --_ PaA Buzz Sessions Lenme L. Carrnck (Continued from Page 1) T_L__ L. i __LL Letters I T,, The PA;lor - the course stresses proper atti-I.ILCil uy UC.LU I .,v ,.+..o~ ,,,.,,,~,,. tude on the road, a factor which Mrs Lenna L Carrick, 86, I ~.u ..... xxr,sh enforcement, officers feel is idled ~rednesday morning about ~'~.".~mt"2'. "J~T " most Important in preventing17.45' at the home of her son UCmDer zx, l::a~l, accidents The driver training, :-,---: ........ ': . . . . im-,aw ana oaugmer, ~ar. ana The Edi.tor. --. accordmg .to the Prmclpal, ]s !Mrs .T ~ 14na~rh 424 gn,th ln.e. Arimgton rimes limited to students who are 16 C)'tvmDic avenue: ........... Arhngton, Wash]ngton years of age or over at time of '-' y P u~. Dear Mr. Carpenter: We, the 'ladies of the Arling ton Garden Club, would like to acknowledge all the hours of hard work Mr. Sargent and his crew donated in the landscap- ing of the Oliver Memorial Li- brary. Many, many thanks Mr. Sar- gent. Sincerely, MRS. ERWIN BRANDT, Arlington Garden Slub Arlington, Wash. O New Library (Continued from Page 1) important project that she would be glad to join. She told of aiding in moving the library books and equipment from one building to another as the LI- brary grew. She complimented enrollment, or who will be 16 at completion of training. The library problem, one of availability of the library and reference material when need- ed, could be worked out through cooperation of students, librar- tan and teachers, the room group concluded. Millard Lord stated that a buzz session of this type has much value in bringing to light problems such as this. "We teachers," he said, "can help by carefully watching our assignments, avoiding the placing of too many students on projects in- volviffg the same reference ma- terial." In Mrs. Eva Frissell's interme- diate group discussion centered about the accelerated classes, how they were working out, and answered one mother's com- ' Mrs. Carrick was born in Indiana, and came west in 1881. She has resided here for the past four years. She is survived by two :daughters, Mrs. J. E. Haasch, Arlington, and Mrs. Irene Pc- terson, Seattle, two sons, Wil- liam J. Carrick, Mountlake Ter- race, and Grant O. Carrick, i Centralia; a sister, Mrs. Tempa Tankey, Clarkston, Wash., and brother, H. A. Gray, Long Beach, Calif. Funeral services and inter- ment will be at Clarkston, Wash. O Les Modes Fashion Show Delta Pi, Beta Sigma Phi chap- ter in Marysville, is sponsoring Bryant-Grandviev." Helen Sill Meanest Thief A thief or thieves helped themselves to about helf the contents of the deep freeze be- longing to Dolly Gilleland on her porch last Thursday night. They stole some juices and fruits, but left some which they had set on the porch to better get at the frozen meats which were stored beneath them. An additional loss was the theft of a pressure sauce- pan which had been set on the freezer while its contents cool- ed. Mrs. Gilleland is deeply hurt not only over the loss of her food but the fact that she is an elderly widow having to make her way and being the victim of such cruel and thoughtless treatment by some one who ob- viously knew the corcumstances "t e classes the person as h meanest thief". Authorities were notified. ginning project and will meet every second and fourth Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. John Pedersen day of each month, after school, and family of Seattle were The next meeting will be on Sunday guests of the Art Smoke Oct. 26, at the home of Mrs. family. Sullivan. There are nine girls Mrs. Eunice Arvidson of Wal. Peterson and family of Dar- in the group, la Walla, Mr. and Mrs. Ted The Tri-Lakers 4-H girls are rington, Mr. and Mrs. Walter not to be outpointed in their el- Zimmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olander and Kevin were forts. On Oct. 6, the girls met all Sunday guests Of the Ber- at the home of Mrs. Jean Jac. obson and elected officers for nard Petersons. the new year. The newly elect. 4-H Meeting ed are Pres., Kirsten Taylor; The 4-H meeting at the Vice Pres., Judy Swimme; See., Grandview Recreation Hall was well attended Saturday night. Donna Speer; Treas., Terry John Westergreen of the Ex- Bowker (the newest member to join the group) and Reporter, Susan Jacobsen. The girls de- together on Friday evening cided to take up gardening and with a party at the Paul Baker cooking for their projects. Su- home. Several games headed san Jacobsen received a blue the evening's entertainment ribbon for both her secretary's followed by pot-luck refresh- book and record book. Other ments blue ribbon awards for record The W. S. C. S. group of the books went to Judy Swimme, Will hold a rummage sale on Donna Speer and Kirsten Tay- Fri. and Sat., Oct. 27 and 28 at lor. Red ribbons were received the V. F. W. hall in Arlington. by Betty Engstrom, Evelyn Many useful items as well as Johnson and Marcia Jacobsen rummage will be sold. Free for their record books. To coffee will be served. raise money for the club, the Lutheran Ladies Elect Officers girls are holding a raffle on a ~The Ladies' Aid of the First dish garden. The next meeting Lutheran ChurCh cnet on will be the early part of No- vember; date to be announced later. Party Plaml'~ By Junior Leaguers The Jr. Luther Leaguers of the combined L u t h e r a n churches of Lakewood and Sil. vana will ge toqether on Mon- day evening, Oct. 30, at 7:00 p. m at the Salem church in Sil- vana for a masquerade Hal- lowe'en party. The Jr. Leagu- ers of the Arlington Church will be guests. A real fun lest has been planned and members are asked to bring a friend. Thurs., Oct. 19, with Mmes. Howard Jensen, A1 Freestad and Miss Tillie Leckvold as hostesses. After Bible study by Pastor Christianson, an elect. ion of officers was held abiding by the new A. L. T. provisions where part of the old officers are retained each year. The newly elected are Pres., Mrs. Les Baunsgard; Treas., Mrs. John Rysgaard; Steward Secre- tary, Mrs. Don Speer. A work- shop for all officers will be held this Thurs., Oct. 26, at Lynnwood from 9:30 until 3.:00 tension Office spoke briefly. Elections of officers was held with Kathy Smoke becoming the new president. Eileen Smoke was elected vice pres- ident, Amy Carlson secretary- treasurer and Mavis Monty re- porter. Leader Helen Sedy was pre- sented a lovely corsage by chtb members. She presented her co-leaders Helen Smoke and Ken Sedy with gifts of ap- preciation. Each member was given a small gift. ttelen Sedy awarded pins to club members. Those receiving Associate Pins were Larry Smoke, Iris eng- ram and Cindy Smoke. First + Thursday evening Mrs. Dolly Gilleland and Mrs. Bertha Ben- son attended a dinner honoring Con/ressman Jack Wes/land at ttm Masonic "l-emple in Everett. At~out five-hundred people at- tended and among the guests were Congressman Pelly and Thor Tollefson and Congress- woman Katherine May. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Valdal el Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Swanson of Edgeeomb call- ed on their father, John Swan- son. at the Benson Rest Home on Saturday. Les Haddenham and his or- chestra will furnish the music for the Firemen's annual Hal- There was a joint party for young Keith Craig I(line at the Lynn home. Present were the Klines, Barry Miller fa Clayton and Peggy t,:line, AU Anna Marcengill, Wayne ( hope and the host and he: Mr: and Mrs. Lynn Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Barry 1~ and family moved last weet to the iormer Colby which they recently purct on the Loop road. Mrs. Dolly Gilleland companied friends to Lynn Monday night to attend district meeting of the sociated Grandmother's yea]" pins were awarded to An- ]owe'en Masquei'ade Dance Sat- The State President was drea IIcrn, Bill Smoke, Frank urday night, Get. 28 at the Bry- principal speaker. Mrs. Carlson, Chris Nelson and ant Grange Hall. eland, State Trustee, Lynn Horn. Amy and Allen Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert briefly. Carlson received two-year pins. and family will be leaving soon Ken Sedy got a nice two Tliree year pins went to Mavis for Arizona to make their buck Sunday. Manty, Eileen Smoke, Kathy home. Their ranch has been Mrs. Van Steiner of Smoke and Frances Ford. purchased by the Pilehuck Tree Iowa is visiting her aunt, Nadeane Monty and Bob Sedy Farm. Gertrude Sill and cousin H earned four-year pins and Janice Sedy received a five- A/3 Jerry Francis leaves Young people Junior year pin. Two year Junior Wednesday for Travis Air age and up are cordially it leaders, Bob and Janice Sedy Force Base at Fairfield, Calif. to attend the youth meeting were awarded pins also. A short program followed the business meeting. Mavis Monty An accordion trio of Nadeane Monty, Amy Carlson and Eileen Smoke played "Let the Rest of the World Go By". A very nice luncheon was served to the crowd. The Country Cousins played a short while to close the evening. The first meeting with the new officers will be Wednes- day, Nov. 8 with the Sedy fam- ily serving. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tiland and baby son of Longview and Mrs. Forbe's sister, Mrs. Cue Harris of Renton were all Friday night guests at the Jack Forbes home. On Satqrday the party drove to Whitehorse to have dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Si Gilbert. On Sunday morning they all drove to the Madrona Beach summer home of the Gilberts. There they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson of Everett for a grand pot-luck dinner which celebrated Mr. Forbe's 77th birthday. Loyal Heights Sewing Club meets Nov. 2 at the home of Mrs. Anna Speer in Arlington. She will be assisted by Mrs. An- na Christensen. The club's an- nual bazaar at the Loyal Heights Community Hall. has been set for Nov( 25. Mr. Lloyd Kackman, Mr. and Mrs. George Enselman and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nelson all at- tended the funeral of Ray Mc- Donald, husband of the former Selma Kackman, in Bellingham last Monday. Susan Shipley observed her tie will soon be leaving for duty in Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hoftell and Mary and Mrs. Hattie Dav- ey attended the funeral of Mrs. Davey's niece in Everett on Thursday. George Sellberg returned Fri- day evening from two weeks at- tendance at Lenkurt Technical Training school in San Carlos, California. Pinochle Club met Thursday night at Mrs. Bob Williams home. Leila Fu]fs won high prize and Donna Husby low. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stutzman are the parents of a really bouncing baby boy. Jeffrey Adam, weighing nine pounds, seven ounces, was born Thurs- day evening at the local hospi- tal. Mother and son returned home Sunday evening. Mr. Frank Goodnick of Ohio surprised the Robert Lifts and Peter Goodnick by dropping in to spend the week-end. Mr. Goodnick had not seen his brother in forty years. Ladies of the Kackman Road Thimble Club called on Mrs. Fred McGrew last Wednesday bringing food and refreshments and enjoyed a social afternoon. Those present were Ruth Jac- obs, Eva Kallstrom, Ragna el- son, Edith Williams, Agnes Mol- stad, Shirley Fulls and her mother, Mrs. McGrew. Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DuE'to EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Over five million packages of the WILILA RD TREATMEN T have been sold for relief of symptoms of distresa arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers due to Ex. Bethel Chapel Saturday Get. 28 at 7:30 p. m. LotS! fun is in store for everyone there is to be a scavenger hU Refreshments after the fun. Grandview Country Gar~ Club held theh" Oct. 19 meefi at the home of Bertha Sm0 Assisting the hostess with delicious luncheon was 1 Fay Forbes. October is ele~ month and elected officers i as follows: Lillian Aust president; John Eads, vice p~ ident; Bernice Peterson, see tary-treasurer. The Harvest Dinner will held at the Grandview Ree ation Hall, Sat., Oct. 28. YI~ bets are to bring their o place setting. Dinner will served at 7:30 p. m. Guest at the Oct. 19 me was Nancy Schulz. The vember meeting will be at tha Benson's. No more needless trips to the mail box Can be seen for a the town on the fine new build- ing. Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Healy and Mrs. Sessoms were officials of the Association at time the de- cision was made to turn the Library functions over to the city, Mrs. Palmer being the president at that time, and the other two ladies on the board of trustees. Several lovely flower arrange- ments were received from The Citizens State Bank Arlington Sand & Gravel Co., and Mrs. H, W. Sessoms. Library Hours + The Library opened for busi- ness Monday, Oct. 23, and the library schedule is as follows: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 2:00 to 5:00; and 7:00 to 9:00. Saturday 1:00 to 5:00. Closed Thursdays, Sundays and legal holidays. VeFeW. A ,iliary Phns Nov. 11 Dinner Plans were made at the Oct. 17 meeting of the V.F.W. Aux- iliary, for the turkey dinner to be held on Nov. 11. Mrs. Maur- een Curtis, president, appointed Mrs. Hafner chairman of the dinner project, which is an an. nual affair, the proceeds of which go to Veteran Rehabili- plaint that her youngster was strapped with too much home work. Also explained was the boost in the teacher's work year from 180 to 185 days. The extra required days, said Mrs. Fris- sell, are devoted to workshops. The little folk don't bring home too many problems to stir up parents, concluded Miss Doris Marsh, who led discus- sions at the primary level, held in the multi-purpose room. The few questions answered were on phonics, arithmetic and reading. Mrs. Ward, third grade teacher, spoke to the group on teaching mathematics to pri- mary students, and pointed out ways in which parents can as- sist their youngsters in the sub- ject. Mrs. Clark discussed the teaching of reading, using one of the new Ginn method read- ers to illustrate her talk. At a short business meeting held before the buzz sessions PTA Pres. Allen Nelson called for the reading by secretary, Mrs. Charles Matthiesen, of the proposed budget for the year 1961-62, already accepted by the board. The budget, for a total of $420.00, was approved. The complete list of room mothers for the year was also read, by President Nelson. At the close of the meeting coffee cider and doughnuts were served. tation, o Mrs. Curtis announced thatlll. I ~ . . District P~esident Helen Hem-irllgnwav t.ontract nis will make her official visit' ~" here Nov. 7, and that committee In Skagit County chairmen will make short re- ports on what they have done or hope to do this year on their programs. -o G. ( rahb At Utah Base Dugway Proving Ground, Utah (AHTNC) --Army Pvt. James G. Crabb, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Crabb, Route 4, Arlington, Wash., was assign- ed to Headquarters Company at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, Oct. 6. Crabb, a chemical-warfare specialist, was last stationed at Fort Ord, Calif., where he re. ceived basic training. He en- tered the Army in July of this year. Crabb is a 1955 graduate of Arlington High School and a 1960 graduate of Seattle Univer- sity. .o-- JACK ERICKSON HEARS FROM UNCLE Dr. Jack Erickson received his message last week from the national defense department to report for physical examina- tion. He was the subject of con- siderable humorous sympathy, and advice last Monday at the Chamber of Commerce sessmn from members who had received similar "invitations" in the past. 0 THE ARLINGTON TIMES ~'u'~lptlon Price $3"700-'- Per Year $3.50 Per Year outside Snohomis~ County, Issued every Thursday. Pub, tlshed at Arlington, Washington, by THE ARL1T4GTON PRINTING CO. J. C. Carpenter ~d Frank Marsh 49.5 Olympic Ave,, Arlington, Wash. J. C. Carpenter ..... .Editor & Manager on-/T ito az Member Washington Newspaper Publishers' Asaoclatlon tatered as 2nd Cla~ matter, lz~ the Poet Office at Arlington, Wash., un- der the act Of March 3, 1879. VbL----ZaCX - =----No. Thursday, Oct+ 26, 1961. October 17 the Washington State Highway Commission awarded a $136,011.06 contract to Associated Sand & Gravel Company, Inc., of Everett, for building about 2 miles of new state highway in Skagit County. The work is to be done on state highway .16 from Mlnkler L~ke to Lyman--one the route of the North Cross State Highway. The new road will have two lanes, each of them 11 feet wide. An 8-foot shoulder will be built on each side. Paving will be done with asphaltic concrete. Work on the project will be- gin in about three weeks and will be completed within 100 working days. O Car-Truck h Collision A ear.truck accident occurred at the corner of Burke avenue and Broadway on Friday after- noon, Oct. 20, when a 1960 Pon- tiac sedan, driven by Betty L. Powell, of Stanwood, was struck by a loaded logging truck driv- en by Lucius Alden Reece of Darrington, the car losing a right front fender and punctur- ed tire. Police Chief Leo Myers is. sued a citation to Betty Powell for failure to yield right-of-way. The logging truck traveling west had right.of-way. The Powell car going north on Broadway, had observed the stop sign and stopped at the intersection, but apparently the driver failed to see the log- ging truck, and drove into the intersection. Stop signs have recently been installed at this intersection. o- RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Printing Compcmy Phone GE 5-,~198 a style show with a French holiday motif. It is planned for Further information may G'~ Thursday, November 9, at 8:00 obtained by contacting p.m. in the Liberty School, Speer. Marysville. Clothes for the com- ing holidays, from party dress- The Fidelity Grange will meet es to lounging outfits will be on Wed., Nov. 1, at 8:15 p. feattlred. Fashions are from An election of officers ~will \ held. Rosalie's, Marion's, and the The ladies aid of tl'~i'Beth- ] Chrissy Jo Shop. Mrs. Everett Goldthorpe will be the commen- any Lutheran Church will meet ] tater. She has been connected on Thursday, Nov. 2, at 2:00] with the Nancy Taylor Charm P. m. at the church. Hostesses ] School. will be Mmes. Fab)e Johnson] Through the courtesy of Sher- and Dagmar Johnson ~ | man Clay in Everett, organ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lal-[ music will provide a back- lamand were among the 20 ground for the evening. Mrs. guests in attendance at a gath- Jack Bartlett will be at the key- ering on Tues. evening at the board, home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Also to be shown are the lat- Nelson in Marysville. The oc- est in hair styles arranged by the Artistic Beauty Salon and worn by the models. Special entertainment is planned and refreshments will follow. Tickets are on sale at Rosa. lie's in Arlington and Marys- ville, Marion's or by calling eL 9-4293 or eL 9-4173. As the tickets are limited, it's best to have reservations but a few may be on sale at the door. -O All the glasses of UNICEF- supplied milk that have helped nourish hungry children would fill about thirty bottles the size of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Each year, UNICEF vehicles travel a combined distance of some 60 million miles or almostI twice the distance covered by] man's first earth satellite. LAKEW( 0D A, E. "Fritz" Solem, eL 9-4210 ---=~ 4-H Clubs Organize For New Year The 4-H Clubs of the Lake. wood area are well under way for a new year with new pro- jects, objectives and officers. The Lakewood Dairy 4-H group under the direction of Messrs. A. R. Staringer and Albert Klein, met on Thursday, Oct. 19 at the home of Warren Larson. New officers elected were Pres., ShirleyKlein; Vice Pres., Allan Staringer; Secretary, Warren Larson; Reporter, Allie Christ- ianson. The members received their 4-H pins and won red and blue ribbons for their completed workbooks. Warren Larson gave a demonstration on "Cat- lie Grub Control". The next meeting will be on Thurs., Nov. 16 at the home of Shirley Klein. The club welcomes more new members. The Junior Merry Mixers 4- H group met on Oct. 13, at the home of Mrs. Ivan Brose and welcomed a new member, Renee Melvin, into the group. During the business session the girls decided to go Christmas Carol- ling again this year and present the residents at the Old Folks Home in Arlington with gifts. Members will sell Christmas cards to raise money for the club. 4-H. award pins were distri- buted to the girls; those with three years of service were Bonnie Davis, Diane Brose and Suella Wiggins. One year pins were awarded to Denise Little, Lynn Renis and Lyn Brown. All the girls received blue ribbons on their notebooks with three receiving purple pins and gold seal awards who were Bonnie Davis, Denise Little and Diane casion honored the birthdays of Brett Nelson and Mrs. Margie McCullum. Ice cream and cake was served. A family gathering was held at the home of Mrs. B. ~Sym- mes on Sunday, hono~g all those whose birthdays are in the month of October. i: LaQtdlla Garden Club : Holds Hobby Show An attractive display Of hob- bies set the scene for the meet- ing of the LaQuilla Garden Club on Wed., Oct. 18. Includ- ed were beautiful flowers, gard- en products, china painting, spinning and knitting items, mosaic tile, that were judged by Mmes. Braschler and Bower of the Town and Country Gar- den Club of Marysville. During the business session, Mrs. Howard Jenson, chairman of garden therapy, gave a re- port on the needs of the Oppor- tunity School in Silvana. It was decided to hold a Hal- lowe'en Party for the students and teachers on Tues., Oct. 31 in the afternoon. Wed., Oct. 25, at 10:00 a. m. was the date set for a tour of Soper's Chrysanthemum Gard- ens located in Sunnyside. Holi- day arrangements will be shown at the November meeting, by Mrs. Zappolo of Bellevue. Visit- ors for the day were Mmes. Er- nest Morin, John Rysgaard, Del Brown and Fred Sterick. Host- esses for the next meeting will be Mmes. A1 Freestad, Howard Jensen and Don Lewis. A family gathering was held on Tuesday evening at the Mar- vin Oison home honoring four birthdays. Honorees were Mr. Marvin Olson and his son Mitch, Mrs. Norman Olson and Einar Olson. After the gifts i were opened, cake and ice cream were served, i The Senior class of the Lake. i wood Methodist Church are[ planning to participate in t, he[ UNICEF drive on Halloween] night and will be knocking on doors along with the trick or treaters. Mrs. B. C. Symmes and Mrs. Pauline Symmes visited at the home of Mrs. Blanche "Grand- ma" Lane in Arlington on Mon- day 'and on Tuesday motored to Lyman for a visit at the F. A. Ramey home and to do a bit of old fashioned trading. Marvel Jacobsen was honored on Sunday with a dinner at his home, the occasion being his birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jacobsen and family. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Raymond. ' The married couples group of the Lakewood Community V fourth birthday last Saturday. Coming to join the festivities were Grandpa and Grandma Earl Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood and Stevie and Joni Wright and four kiddies. tess Acid--Poor Digestion, Source Upset Stomach, Ousin~ss, Heartburn, SlceP- lessness, etc., due to F.~cess Acid. Ask fo~ +'Wlllard's Message" which fully ezplai~ thia home txeatmeat--l~l--at SWENSEN REXALL DRUGS quarter of a mile Permitted by the U. S.. Post Office Departmen~ Gt. Size 3Lb. Can OPPOR TUNI TIES ARE WHERE YOU MAKE THEM. VAN CAMP'S +, 5/$1 SNOW MIST CHUNK CENTENNIAL PANCAKE FLOUR Sack ..... NALLEY'S SYRUP 2-oL BoRI . . 2Lb. Can J + Fisher's Blend 10 Lb. Sack THIN SLICED ROUND,UP Head BEEF Lean and Meaty PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI. & SAT. MINIT MARKET L OPEN lOa EVERY DAY INCLUDING SUNDAYS Reserve Right to Limit. GENE'S MINIT MARKET The Da agton Store DARRINGTON' STORE .0~ Above Prices effective at the Darrington g'tor Thursday-Friday.Saturday, October 26-27-28, 1951. 8 to 8 --.10-6 SundaY