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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON 'TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASH[NGTON, THURS., OCT. 29, ]953. Sunday visitors at the home of Spokane, Mrs. G. R. Lipp and Mr. ! "Jlf _ _ _ I ~ister, resided here Mrs Sam Strom and son Jimmie William Kelly both of Bismark [ 1/17YJyrPl2 'E//"Ii~,P [1| ().~() [ ~'-'-*h'~r- wh'~" the,, ' ' E I'~ ~.,~ %j L,*vt**~ o ~.1. j on " ' a 11 zz~ ,t,t ~,.~xi, A3Ja were Mr. John Larsen and s ~orth Dakota. Mrs. Wrightis [ _ [ I ........ 1"-' *',~' .... '~-~" "~f Deer Mrs. Horace Enyeart. John, Jr. of Everett sister to Mr. Kelly and Mrs. Lipp.][ Mrs 1VI~. Fleming, Ill mrs. l~eJne ~,eorge, 1] ....... j ........... ,. " Mrs. Claude Tatham received a Mr and Mrs Sam Bates and i! corresponding. [/~ . oorrespondellt. [ Stillaguamish, leavlr A|| {~,L~,,~| D|n,, [ Week-end guests at the home letter from Mrs. Maude Karger a their'~,uests, Mr and Mrs %rernonl :~,Iansford Gran~,e will hold a] Mr and Mrs. Jesse Phelps and about the turn of th t~li-OtlUtUUl It laJ' Iof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gladsjo former Darrington teacher, is Pearson were all day visitors at [tur't~e- dinner wit~ all the trim-[Mr, and Mrs. Adolph Nelson of Since that time he hasJ !~...'.!-.. I~I:-LII.. -- "[and family were Mr. and Mrs. now teaching in Alaska... Birdsvi~w one day "last week. lmin~s on November 15th serv-IMarysville were!ors siderable traveling an~ f[IUcly 111~lit~ Art Gladsjo of Hoquiam , Mrs Inez Welsh returneo nome Mrs ........................... James Haga was taken to lin~, ~, ~tnrt nt 1~ T-I,~roo' made with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kmgnts. ~ ma ,nv interestin-~, exnex,_ ~'1~...i.A..~..~.A~ I Mr. Harry Hamlin underwent Sunda3, October 18th, after an- the Arlington Hospital early Sun- candy will be on sale. This eventI.~ T!~e next Home.Demonstration!inquired of the formE %~t t'tlUUtlUUltltt,t;u /an operation at the General Ho~-[tner two .weeKs_in me ,-row- day morning in the ambulance.|will take place at the Grange[tcim~ meeting win t~e nell .onlmates here and enjoy The all-school play "Girls Are[ pital in Everett Friday, October uence tlospHal, w nere sne unoer- Orville Pearson drove and Mel/hall. I Nov. llth with. a dem.onstrauon i i. ciil,~ the l;a~t with the Better Than Ever" to be held at 23rd He is convalescing at tim went surgery._ ~ne says sne is Garton was the attendant I ~,~ ....~ ~a,o ~..t. ~,~o ond]on candle making wmcn snoulO[tacted. the school Frlday, Oct. 30th, haslhome of hls slsler, Mrs. James Ieenng m ucun, oettiei,,~ro "~t ,ho They were dlnner guests at 3helfamilv moved Saturday fromlbe of interest for tile Chrlsl ! Mr. and Mrs. John been cast as follows' Anthony] McCoach of Marysville. Mr. Ham- ,~,~o~ yLb..o .:o.~..~ %~, .~, home of Mr. and Mrs t~ill Jonn-[r~...~:.,..., ,,, their *,,~w [dome inlseasn" i turned home last Tue~ Dooce ~,la~,s Fuller Haiaht, JAn-]lin has a wlfe and a son Dale. home Ol Ivlr. ano Mrs. t-m,~i,,y" son and called at the VivlanI~$2,'~2~b\'',,1~ u, hn[ Mount .Wheeler Grange Auxi]-ia five-day trip. part be happy to know that we will 4.H MEETING HELD OCT. 20 ' Miss Edith Beda] and Mrs. erett spent Sunday with Beverly's Snohomish were no longer have to look at those old threadbare curtains. TWINS--BOY AND GIRL, FOR CARL RATHJENS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rathjen are the parents of twins, a boy and a girl. They arrived at the Arling- ton Hospital on Tuesday, Octo- ber 20th. The boy weighed 5 lbs. 1 oz. and has been named Ste- yen Jon and the girl weighed 4 lbs. 12 ozs. a~d has been named Stephanie Jan. The Rathjens have four other children, two boys and two girls. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Werrie of Yakima and ma- ternal grandfather is Mr. Chris Larsen of Anacortes__ It was Back to School Night and the business part of the reg- ular Parent Teacher Association meeting was cut short, Wednes- day evening, October 21st, so the parents would have more time to look over their children's work. There was an unusually large attendance and Mrs. Campbell's third grade won. the room count again. Everyone was happy to see the new stage curtains had arrived and had been hung. The third and eleventh grades~, are tied in the Membership Drive. Sixty-eight members were re- ported signed up. A delicious lunch of sand- wiches, pickles, olives, potato chips and coffee was served. The hostesses were Mrs. Anna Mac Engles, Mrs. Margie Johnson, Mrs. Olga Woods, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Jeanie White, Mrs. Eunice Hamlin, Mrs. Lucille Reade, Mrs. Pauline Curry and Mrs. Vivian McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Forbes left Sunday for Oklahoma, where they will visit relatives at Shaw- nee and Oklahoma City, some of whom Mrs. Forbes has not seen for forty years. They expect to be gone about six weeks. They wish to extend thanks to all their friends and neighbors for their help in preparing for the trip, the lovely gifts and the din- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates and son Jack spent the week-end in Seattle visiting at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell and Mr. Bates and Jack attended the Stanford and Washington foot- ball game Saturday afternoon, Ballard and Queen Anne Satur- day night and Seattle Ramblers and Fort Lewis on Sunday. Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson and two sons were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross and two children, formegly of Darrington, but now of Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. Oven Wells spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mrs. Roy Howe of Vancouver, B.C. Mrs. Henry Bagley and Mrs. Fred Rensink were' hostesses at a shower given for the former Miss Anna Berg, who ,is now Mrs. Elmer Carlson, Friday evening. The shower was held at the home of Mrs. Bagley with about four- teen friends attending., Out-of- town guests were Mrs." Bromley and Miss Martha Waldeen, both former Darrington teachers, but now of Seattle. Mrs. Carlson is teaching in Seattle. She taught in Darrington for three years as Miss Berg. Mrs. Kenneth Bennett and son David drove to Everett, Friday morning where they were joined by Mrs. Bennett's mother, Mrs. Audrey Crawford, and the three went on to Seattle, where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bullen and daugh- ter Sherrie. On Saturday, Mrs. Butlen and daughter and Mrs. Bennett and son drove to Bel- lingham to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Anderson and family. In the evening they returned to Darrington for over- night, where Mrs. Bullen and daughter were guests at Mrs. Bennett's home. On Sunday they were joined by Mr. Bullen for dinner. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Christensen on Fri- day Were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Angman of the Hawaiian Is- lands, formerly of Darrington. On Thursday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulkner hiked into Meadow Mountain. On Sat- urday Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner and son David went fishing at the Whitechuck. Sunday, Mr. and l Mrs. Faulkner and son David i and David Edwards went fishing l at Falls Creek. Several members of the Grange had a clean up party at the Grange Hall Sunday. There will be a Harvest Dinner at the Grange Hall, November 15. They will start serving about 12 o'clock noon and continue until 5 p.m. "Our 4-H meeting was held Oc- Alice Lambert hiked in to Mea- tober 20th at the home of Mrs. dow Mountain op Tuesday and Vevig. The election of officers camped out until Thursday. Miss was held. President --:Brenda Bedal reported several inches of Love, vice-president -- Delores snow on the meadows. Jones, treasurer and secretary-- Last week's visitors at the Helen Jones, news reporter--Iva-!home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey lee Jones. Helen Holm gave a iLoughnan were Mr. and Mrs. demonstration on how to pull al Borgert of Gig Harbor and Mrs. thread and miter a corner. Meet- ing adjourned. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be at the home of Karen Curry on November 3rd."--Ivalee lones. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones spent the week-end hunting east of the mountains, leaving on Thursday and returning on Sunday. Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Etta Pratt of Bellingham, stayed with the chil- dren. Mrs. A. Petersen and two chil- dren of Seattle spent the week- end at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Larsen and children. Mr. Peter- sen and Mrs. Larsen went bird hunting in eastern ~Washington over the week-end. Mr. Peterson is Mrs. Larsen's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon and children went to Seattle Sunday. where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lemmon and son Mark. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daris Long and family of Marysville. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Long and family of Marysville, Mrs. Earl McQuesten and Mrs. Guy McMahan and two daugh- ters of Arlington were there also. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of Mr. Jack Long and Mrs. Daris Long. The Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Theodore Cle- ment of Fortson on Tuesday, Oc- tober 27th. Ronald Adams got his first deer Sunday. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul this wee): was Mrs. Lois Woods of Wapato. Mrs. Woods is Mrs. Paul's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips and family spent Saturday and Sun- day in Everett as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Billstin and two children. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rensink and family from Tuesday until the following Monday were Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Rensink and family of Woodlake, Calif. They" also visited other rel- atives and friends in and around Darrington. The Reverend spoke at the Pentecostal church Sunday 'morning and evening and at the Young People's meeting Thursday evening. Miss Evelyn Rensink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rensink, is going home with the visitors. Ray and Doy Riddle went bird hunting at Ellensburg over the week-end. Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Lenore Runyan and children were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coles of Everson. The Junior Prom will be held at the High School gym November 6, 1953. Their theme "Underwater Paradise." The freshman class gave a par. ty for the sophomores Friday night. " Report cards will be given out next week. A number of students wil 1 at. tend a conference for high school leaders at the Everett Jr. College, Saturday during the day and a football game at night. Several teachers from Darring- ton attended the W.E.A. meeting held inArlington Monday night. The meeting is for all the teach- ers in Snohomish county. The Birthday Club gave a par- ty for Mrs. Eva Edlund and Mrs. Margie Johnson, Monday after- noon in honor of their birthdays. Those present were Mrs. Olga Woods, Mrs. Lenore Runyan, Mrs. Jeanie WhiCe, Mrs. Stina Olsen, Mrs. Marlene Lewis and the hostesses, Mrs. Leona Clark and Mrs. Noreen Nermo. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Clark of Fortson. Mrs. Edlund and Mrs. Johnson each received a beautiful friendship cup, Mrs. Margie Johnson was pleasantly surprised Tuesday night when neighbors gave her a surprise birthday party. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Val Johnson and family on Saturday and Sunday was Mrs. Kriesler and daughter Carolyn of Everett. Several neighbors called at the home of Mrs. Eva Edlund Thurs- day night for a surprise birthday party in honor of her birthday. . Week-end visitors at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Sterling were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bakke and two sons of Seattle. a.m. at the club rooms. The first lesson will be on using the sewing machine attachments. There will be a teenage dance after the play Friday night. ure, before the hunting season, leaving blanks for location of kill and weight of the animal. Mr. Wheeler is so consistent we parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dan- iel. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Merritt and Allen of Hepner, Ore., are here for a week's vacation with Glen's mother and family, the Frank Baileys. Glen's brother, Leroy Leighton, who is staying with the Borgerts. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roe Wright this week are Miss Kathryn Helbling of Olympia Radio Service 1V~akes regular trips to Darringion Wednesdays for TV and radio service calls. Phone Arlington 1484. can't remember an unsuccessfultMerritt of Fort Lewis, joined year for him. This seasofi the]them for over the week-end. deer so unwary as to wander into[ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wise of Call- the gunsights of Mr. Wheeler[fornia are vacationing here, hay- was foraging in the McMurrray[ing taken one of the Anderson district. The 2-pointer dressed out cabins. 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