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Mrs. Ruth M. Headley -- Phone GE 5.2064 SERVE REFRESHMENTS AT LIBRARY Home Demonstration clubs of Arlington and Arlington Heights served refreshments downstairs in Kesling Hall, during the opening of the new library on Saturday. The lovely table cen- terpiece and large basket of gold and bronze chrysanthe- mums were the gift of Mrs. O. G. Kesling of Santa Barbara. Presiding at the urns were Mesdames Ira Leffler, H. W. Sessoms, J. A. Healy, E. E. Mose, E. Clements Leach and Miss Etta Lang. Visitors expressed pleasure with the small patio, planted with shrubs, and peb- bles, adjoining the hall, facing on McLeod. More than 200 peo- ple were present, including all the old-timers of Arlington and many out - of - town guests, among them Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feary and sonsJohn and Ste- phen of Seattle, Mrs. Noah PINK AND BLUE SHOWER Mrs. Don Hutton with Mrs. Lewis O. Wheeler co-hostess, entertained at her home Wed- nesday evening with a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Clar- ence Ruthruff. Mrs. Marjorie Breon arranged the games, fol- lowing which the honoree opened her beautiful gifts. Re- freshments were served to the following guests, in addition to those named: Mesdames John Lanier, Paulina Martin and daughter Doris, Russell Shaw, :Clarence Kluin, Mack Green, Lassie Rogers, John Kroeze, Al- va Walker and Bill Tanner and daughter Sherylyne, of Ever- ett; John Luthi, Ben Burgoyne, Dwight Rhoads, E. J. Kiesser of Marysville, Delbert Day, George Tenbrink and daughter Caro- lyn, Chuck Boone, Jack Culver, H. A. MacDonald, Clayton Ruth. ruff, C. Rientjes, Wallace John- son; the Misses Marla Ruth- Assembly President Visits Local Lodge Lila Belle 'Redington, As- sembly president of the State of Washington visited Viola Rebekah Lodge on October 10th. There were six other visitors from this jurisdiction. Vice Grand. Beverly Hath- away presented a gift of money to Mrs. Redington for her hob- by at the I. O. O. F. Home in Walla Walla. Noble Grand Dolly Gilleland presented the President a beau- tiful corsage of yellow roses. and a lovely crocheted T. V. doilie from {he lodge members. Nominated for officers for 1962 were: Noble Grand, Bev- erly Hathaway; V. G., Ruby MarkeR; R. S., Virginia Rath- bun; F. S., Anne Jenny; Treas., Florence Kitchen. Lunch was served by Christie Waterman, Nancy Falor and J ulia Standiford. .f) ........... ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wig. ~*ins, of Arlington, announce the engagement of their daugh- Shakespeare a n d daughter ruff. Sending gifts but unable Gwendolvn Mrs Paul Shew to attend were Mesdames (nee Vir~mia I~esling) Mrs Charles Rothrock Pansy Rod- ter, Myra, to Mr. Howard L. ~ ' " - Converse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cole, all of Everett, Mrs. gers, Lyndon Brown, Bill Glan- . , Ross H. Converse of Sagle, jo,KennethMrs. KanekebergTony Bjorn,andandCarlthe le,dn'E.dOlechrismanRdwaY'andGladySdaughterBUl Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Marsh announce the engagement of] Idaho. Misses Crete, Josephine and Mane, Wally H~mstad, Jess their daughter, Sandra Ann, to Mr. Raymond Eugene Gu ~l, the] A graduate of Arlington High Dorothy Gray ~:mory, Leonara ~,mory, t~arrleson ot" Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Guyll of Everett. Miss Marsh is[ with the class of 1960, Miss -J" Aberge, Edna Adams, Bill Kluin,a 1959 graduate of Arlington High School and attends Western[ Wiggins is currently employed Mr. and Mrs. William Kah- and Miss Betty Ver Heuel. Washington State College. Her fiance was graduated from Everett l in Seattle. Mr. Converse grad. ler and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon --------- High School in 1959, attended Everett Junior College, and wiIl l uate(i from Sandpoint High Kahler returned Friday evening EDHOLLAND HONORED. . be attending WWSC the coming quarter A stammer wedding is[ School Sandpoint, Idaho in from a weeks hunting trip for ~.rne s~aII of me arimgton planned. ] 1957. 'He is presently serving UDland birds near Colfax They ~enerai nospltai nonorea ~a ...... [ with the United States Marine did very well, and found the ttolland on his 87th birthday LEEGEITSIL~TIVE COMMITTEE WINS NATIONAL PRIZE ]Corps at Camp Lejeune, North weather very dry and dusty, ion October 19. He has been at G Cathie Johnson, daughter of l Carolina. . .... Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bray and]the hospital 4 years. State Rep. Henry Backstrom Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson[ The wedding win take pmce sons spent five days last week Ie~WSTOR~DA~ of the legislative interim sub- of Route 3, won a national[ in North Carolina Febrtmry 23, at the home of Mr and Mrs I"-Y ........ "'."--- committee on school organiza-[P~Zt~ ~owthe oY~U~g sHobby ] 1962. o- Joh .... " .. -'~ Mr ann lvlrs k:llIIOrfl lknua- n vxmnran at Lopez lslanQ. I " - s "- -n " - 's I . c ~ . e re- ------------ ------- The mennumea ....... raomts and' son ann on Jon v''remrnea" atnte'ad d ea o g:eat Whlte]ceived three books, the Thorn-[ Mrs George Tenbrink enter- g-rouse w-"nne M~'s. ~ray*" an-a ] Monday. from a short mlt with ..... van ~ uur{ng I dike-Barnhart Advanced Jun- Itaine'd Saturday afternoon with Mrs Coch vi i'e .... old ]their son Gale at Idaho Falls. ran s t (1 With the weeK-enG, t~oumy ann QlS-lior niotionarv "~vervdav D~,~h I ; .... ~. .... t'Ime" irIenas." " - "l[atThey ran into a big snowstorm p , [ mRS in Science and In All[ . . tr ...... - - ~, .... " a mrmuay par~y ior ~erI wen- ict su ermtendents s c h GO 1 Idaho Falls and were trap- board members and other pro-[ Our" States"' Cathie is in the[brmk" Followmg games ..r e _ The Stillaguamish. Valley[ped with many hundreds of fessional educators from South ~ .... '..~ . _ , [fresnmenrs were servea to Jim- Democratic C!ub will meet [ motorists. Gale works on the . . " Inn graue a~ me Junior tiignlm,, Donnelson Gary Ogden west Wasnmgton appearea oe- School I ............ , Thursday evening, Oct. 26, at 8[Associated Press desk of the " ~ ' fore the subcdmrrilttee Chair- " laamce denlt, ~ruce anu ~uane o clock in VFW hall, Arhng-l Idaho Falls paper and is very m~n Fra-t~ re.n, inot ,,'e p,, ~1 I --------~o~ I Piekett, Lyle Tarbot, Johnny ~ton. This is the first fall meet- [happy in his job ........ ~ ......... J~'" " e iing and the officers expect a] ..... ]up stated it was their belief Mr. and Mrs. gose Water-]Kepl~nger, Merle Peper, ~ an- that larger schools offer the [man and Mrs. William Standi-iRe, ~warilyn, Arian. ann (;are- !good turnout. I NEILS RASMUSSEN students a better educational ford were in Everett Friday af-[lyn -,enorinK, ana me nonoree: Mrs. H. A. MacDonald enter-HONORED BY MASONS program, as well as certain ternoon to attend a district[ ylrs. t;~iiiora. ~nuason ann tainod on Thursday afternoon Neils Rasmussen has been economies to the state, but that[ meeting of USWV. Luncheon[lWrs:._ verne ~Ievers. a~e~ ,for her daughter Marie, who elected to the rank of Knight geography and weather condi- was served in VFW hall fol-[.~ne~tate, uoara meet)nil oz r~ was 10 years old. She was as- Commander of the Court of tions o*ten are deterrants in lowed by the meeting in the[in wenatcnee on uCtoDer in. sisted by Mrs. E. J. Kiesser of Honor by the Supreme Masonic carrying this out in practice. [armory. [ Maurice McClellan and Mar- Marysville. After games, Marie Lodge Council. in biennial ses- ~ ~ -- ----------- - [vin Hendrickson were in Yaki- opened her many lovely pres- siGn in Washington, D. C. He .... ma on Friday, where they at- ents, followed by refreshments, has held high office in Everett Mau-K rstem Weddmo m Everett [tended a conference of Wash- The guests were Judy Wilcox Lodge No. 137, F&AM. 'ington Elementary School Prin- K a t h y Littlegreen, Shirley ~ . . cipals' Assn. Speed, Belinda Bunkelman, Lor- William Standifora a n u : Delta Chapter, of Delta Kappa rie Bloom, Renae Harrington, Chuck Martin returnedSun-~ Gamma, honored high and Reda Deerman, Lisa Tenbrink, Kathy Wooldridge, Debbie Kirchgessner, and the honoree. Mrs. Emma Thomsen, Mrs. Pauline Cox and Mrs. Kather- ine Burke attended the trade show of Washington State Cos- metologists Assn. held at the Olympic Hotel, Seattle during the week-end: Mrs. Doris Burns of the Magic Feather Shop de- day from a 2-week hunting trip in Montana. They brought back the limit of 2 deer apiece. junior college girls who plan to go into teaching, at their meeting Thursday at EJC. At- tending from here were Miss Sandy Thorsen and Miss Linda Husby. bouquet. They wilt be at home in Seattle after November 8. The bride is a graduate of Ar- lington High School and the groom is a graduate of Fergus Falls high school and University of Minnesota. He is a State highway engineer. Guests ~ere present from Seattle, Kirkland, Ellensburg, Quincy, Portland, Rochester, Minn., and Anchorage, Alaska. HAND CRAFT DISPLAYED BY CLUB ~vt~. A~l) lvl~. WARREN G. MAU Immanuel Lutheran Church in Everett was the scene of a candleligl~t wedding on Satur- day evening, October 14 uniting in marriage Miss Esther M. Kirstein and Mr. Warren G. Man, with Pastor Richard H. Wetland reading the ceremony. Vases of white and gold chrysanthemums graced the altar, flanked with tall baskets of the same flowers in Autumn gold shades. Mrs. Wilhelm O. Frisk was soloist, singing "Oh Perfect Love" and '~l'he Lord's Prayer" with Mrs. George Stocker at the organ. The bride, ~iven in marriage by her father, Adolph F. Kir- stein of Marysville, wore a floor-length gown of white sat- Autumn g01d 'mums. Miss Mildred Kirstein and Mrs. Vic- tor Rengstorf were brides- maids, dressed identically as the honor attendant and Car- olyn and Colleen Welch, nieces of the bride, were candlelight- ers, wearing treasure taffeta fashioned like the attendants and wrist corsages of gold 'mums. The attendants all wore necklaces of crystal beads, gi~ of the bride. Victor Rengstorf, brother - in - law of the groom, was best man, and the ushers were Otto Schnee- wind. Benji Kirstein and Virtus Welch. Mrs. Fred W. Nordman of Fergus Falls, Minn., is the groom's mother and she wore black flowered silk with a cot- in brocade with long pointed sage of white cymbidium or- sleeves, and scoop neckline, The ehids. Mrs. Albert Dudek, with a white satin sash, forming aunt of the bride, acted as the' a large bow at the back. The fingertip veil of bridal illusion edged in lace was held by a satin bow headpiece trimmed with lily-of-the.valley. She carried a white prayer book, a gift of the groom, tied with ribbon streamers and showered with stephanotis, white car- nations and green cymbidium orchids. Her only jewelry was a miniature gold cross which belonged to her mother and was worn by her sister at her wedding. The bride fashioned her gown and wedding' veil. Mrs. Virtus R. Welch. sister of the bride, was matron of honor, wearing a street length dress of gold-dust taffeta, styled similarly to the bride's gown. She had a bow of matching taf- feta and net in her hair and carried a crescent bouquet of bride's mother, wearing yellow floral print taffeta and yellow carnations en corsage. A reception followed in the church hall. The white maltese cross wedding cake was flanked with white stock and gold chry- santhemums, with white candles. Serving were Mes- darnes Clyde Frye, Benj. Kir- stein. Howard Bacon. Jr.. Ruth Kreft. Albin Eckhart Henry Haverlock. Harold Quam, Er. nest Waldow; the Misses Mal- vina Mau Eunice Kreft, Barb. ara Rengstorf. Louise Christof- fersen Konnie Kirstein; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schneewind, Mr and Mrs. Frank Knaus, and Daniel Welch. For the 3-week wedding trip the bride wore a suit in gold worsted with bronze accessor- ies and green orchid from her PERMANENT WAVING, COLORING, HAIR STYLING INCLUDING NEW SUN LAMP CONTOUR CUT GENIE BROUNTY EMMA THOMSEN ~ HAIR STYLIST Owner The Hand Craft display by the Arlington Grandmothers Club at the V. F. W. hall on Oct. 17, drew quite a number ol interested people. After 4 o'clock the club held its business meeting. The previous day, Oct. 16, three members of th( Arlington Club attended the District 5 meeting in Eagles Hall, Lynwood, where the Ed- monds club was host. Those from here were Weltha Pear- son, Dolly Gilleland and Lois Baldwin. c~ The WSCS of Stanwood First Methodist Church hosted a meeting of Puget Sound District ladies on Thursday, with ap- proximately 200 in attendance. Seminar sessions were held during the day, with books from the school of missions re- viewed during the meeting. Luncheon was served in Wes- ley hall. Attending from here were Mesdames Leo McCol- lough, Nan Boyer, Charles John- anoue Rg. Values to $14.95 Garden Club Members Attend Miss Mildred Dunbar of Hali- fax, Nova Scotia left by plane for her home last Wednesday following a visit with Mrs. Frank Hollis. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cou- ture of Everett are parents of a baby girl, Anita Jean, born October 18 at the Everett Gen- eral Hospital. She joins a little sister, Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Couture are the grand- parents. Fidelity Chapter, O. E. S., ex= emplified initiation at the last meeting, held Oct. 18. The next meeting will be on November 1, when Past Grand officers will be honored. Members are asked to bring a White Ele- phant, or a game to be played that evening. All members are urged to attend. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Tenbrink were Mr. and Mrs. Don Chapman and son Craig of Bellevue, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chapman, Bessie and Rae Marie of Everett. signed the costume worn by Snohomish County Unit 16 mo- Miss Marvel Johnson: It was a very fine show. This reporter attended the meeting of Everett Chapter, MTNA Monday noon at the home of Mrs. W. C. Robinson. Mrs. William Standiford spent Wednesday and Thurs- day of last week in Everett With her sister, Mrs. Leon Klim- kavich. Mrs. Henry Backstrom re- turned Saturday from Edmon- ton, Alberta, where she spent four months visiting with rel- atives, and gathering material about the pioneers for use in her project. DR. M. F. WEST, Optometrist COMPLETE VISUAL CARE ARLINGTON Mon.--Tues.-Thurs.-Frl~9-12 & I to 5 DARRINGTON Saturday --- 9-2 1st & 3rd Wed. PHONE GE 5-3366 Girls' Corduroy Tapered Pants 1.5o 28 Pair -- Sizes 7-14 .......................................................................... Women's Cotton House Dresses 1.8.8 15 Onl~ -- Misses & Half Sizes ................................................... WOMEN'S Better Dresses Reduced: $2.00-$6.00 35 Onl~ -- Misses & Half Men's Woo] Soport Coats 18.88 3 Only -- Sizes 38 .................................................... Men's Wool/Orlon Slacks 7.88 4 P~h" .--. Sizes 30 - 32 - 33 - 38 .................................................. Men's Quilt Hned Wool Jacket 4 Only -- ~izes 38 - . ............................................................ Boys' Sport Coat/Slack Set 5.88 On17 N Size 10 .............................................................................. ogih _tw_e/ght aAU!0ma B.l.anket ...... 7.88 Cotton Pile Scatter Rugs 3.88 6 Only --- Size 24x70 .................................................... r ..................... 58pc.Melmac" Dimlerware ' 21.88 Ray-o-Vac Flashlights 88c Only --- With Batteries .................................................................... Wood Clothes Dryer 88c 15 Only ................................................................................................... Better Yardage Reduced 25 Yagds COTTON/ARNELLE ..................... " Yd" ~Ysr~s COMBED COTTON SPORT CORi) ... Yd.ffffB|c LARGE SELECTION REMNANTS Remember, You Can Charge It at Penney's Mukiiteo Meet On Tuesday, October 17, five members of the Arlington Gar- den Club were invited to at- tend a meeting of the "Mukit- teo Way Garden Club"and show f 1 o w e r arrangements. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Gus Sieverling and a delicious luncheon was served to members and visitors. During the meeting Mrs. John Whitely, Washington's State Chairman of the garden clubs' National Home Commit- tee, spoke of raising funds for Nationa_____~l permanent home__._._Z the Jack Tuell were honored with a reception at the First Metho- dist Church in Everett. Bishop Palmer spoke on the religious and political situation in Eur- ope. Mrs. Charles Johnson poured during the coffee hour. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. William Vorets, Rev. Charles Johnson, Mesdames Nan Boyer, Leo McCollough, and Phillip Pearson. It was a very 'fine meeting. The Arlington Times 7 Thursday, Oct: 26, 1961. Flower Show in Seattle, Nov. 13th and 14th; and also the project for all garden clubs of sponsoring a teen-agers or high school garden club which would participate in all phases of garden club work. Those taking arrangements were asked to explain "why" and "how" each arrangement was made. Mrs. Jess Cohoon demonstrated a Japanese ar- rangement using Scotch Broom for line and dark red chrysan- themums, also another fine ar- rangement using dried materi- als and figurine. Mrs. Frank Germain had several artistic arrangements which were com- mented on by Mrs. Gilbert Fos- ter. Mrs. Harry Sparks had an arrangement for a tea table us- ing a beautiful silver compote filled with chrysanthemums which was much admired, and Mrs. Ernie Groan presented a "Horn of Plenty" design for a Thanksgiving table, using flow- ers, fruits and vegetables, which also won admiring comments. The Mukilteo Way Garden Club will visit the Arlington Garden Club in April and bring flower designs. DARLENE TO MATCH ALL FALL AND EARLY WINTER DRESSES L'Aiglon Lampl @ Toni Todd Vicky Vauglm Sizes 10 to 20--7 to 15 14~/~ to 18 Reg. Values to $29.95 SALE $9.00 $12.00 PRICE $15.00 for a limited time only to try any livin " featuring* a spandex elastic made without rubber Yes/Playtex will actually pay you $1.00 to try the new Playtex Living Bra with Stretch-ever Spandex elastic. Playtex makes this offer because they know thot you'll a|ways wear o Playtex Living Bra after you try the first one. Stretch-ever Spandex elastic is made without rubber. 5o now you can machine wash the new Playtex Living Bandeau bra with detergents and bieach. It won't yellow, pucker or stretch out. And it lasts up to three times longer than an ordinary bra. So right now, buy any white Playtex Living Bra and Playtex will send you $1.00. But hurry, offer good for short time only. *Used at points of greatest strain where it counts most.