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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURS., O( T. 29, 195:k PAGE FI% HTS. I Richardson, corr.[ dinner guests at the were Mrs. Doris P~is- and Mrs. Harold Bissel and Mrs. Maurice Hart- were joined later by M. Hartley, Mr. and Best, Mr and Mrs. rtley and the Misses and Donna Lem- Bissel entertained the showing colored slides :a and scenes along the met for practice home Sunday eve- next meeting will be hall on Wednesday eve- Demonstration Club offi- at the James Taylor afternoon for a discussion and plan- new year books. The H.D.C. group meet- be on November llth at Mrs. R. G. Chandler ls David and Donald met Heights Sun- )1 group Sunday morn- held a short bus- with the officers, a potluck dinner. informed us that of Washington is the in Sunday school or attendance in the United week-end camp meet- be held at the Hall's p grounds in Novem- be announced later are leaving for Ore., to attend Bible and will visit in Cal- returning to their Alderwood Manor. Mrs. Chas. Spencer a beautiful new car. Hollands, who are in Burlington this win- home for a visit at the llands this week-end. Louise Super and Mr. Ed Super, visited in Tacoma over the ad Mrs Victor Freyd mo. Lake'Stevens and Over Snohomish cut-off Sun- PPing at Intercity on ty home to visit Mr. oro~her Mr. Bill Freyd ~been i'll for some time. a~kie Hall is making her Lt home with the Clar- nsons. Jaekie is sixteen )homore in high school. Ly had a get-together in : Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. lson coming from Ar- rid Dick Swanson from s. Welcome, Jackie. Mr. Lorns Ludvigson, Suth- :e., are visiting relatives ~s here this week. nny Litlorens have ac- ~ry cunning and unus- llying squirrel. Having one day last week, rid it nested in her Sket all curled up for visitors at the Julius were Mr. Norman s sisters and families, Mr and Mrs. Thorvald Halten and chil- dren, Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bjorg and children, Silver Lake. Spending a week at the Gordon Rathbun home were Mr. Rath- bun's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Koetitz, Grassland, Mont., and daughter, Miss Nan Dee Koetitz. San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Andrew Swanston took her grandson Frankie Simpson, to the Orthopedic hospital Tuesday to receive corrective treatment for the eyes. The boy's mother, Mrs. Bob Simpson, accompanied them. Gary Norman killed a 2-point buck deer Thursday after get- ting home from school. Donald Swanson got his two pointer on the Saturday before. Both these young men made clean kills, with a single shot through the head. Nice shooting boys. Pete, Jack and Bud Thorsen each bagged a deer, hunting over in the Bryant district, Bud mak- ing a heart shot on a 2-point buck and Pete and Jack getting does with single shots in the neck. Roy Thompson killed his buck in his own dooryard. John Arnot and young Blunck killed a buck together, each having shots in the animal. Mr. and Mrs. Waylan Starr and family went east of the mountains this week. Waylan plans to get in some time hunt-. ing while away. Mr. and Mrs. Dilberg visited at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Art Norman, spending most of last week with them. The ladies of the Jim Creek Home Demonstration Club held their October meeting at the Fred McDonald hbme on Thursday of last week. Killing frost came to the Heights flowers and gardens on the nights of the 22rid and 23rd. This is much later than usual and we have been privileged to enjoy late fall blooming flowers in all their glory. L~ 0 ' LAKEI O D | Mrs. Hilde, corr. { Phone 2117 i BRIDAL SHOWER HONOBS ,MISS MARILYN SCHMIDT Miss Marilyn Schmidt wa: honored at a miscellaneous,bri- dal shower Sunday afternoon, Oct. 18, given by Mary Ann Bjorn, assisted by her mother, at the Bjorn home in Lakewood. Guests were her mother, Mrs. Ernest Schmidt, Miss Nancy Hickey of Everett, Mrs. Gust Davison and daughters, Marie and Hazel, Mrs. Irene Lollaman and daughter Ar- lene, Mrs. Thina Bjorn, Mrs. Era- my Olson and daughters Norma, A~nes and Dianne, Mrs. Dorothy Brevik and Mrs. Minnie Goerlich, all of Lakewood. Games were on: joyed by everyone. Arlene Lalla- man nd Dorothy Brevik were the lucky prize winners. After the many lovely gifts were opened, refreshments were served including a beautifully decorated cake, with two hearts 1954 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER DELUXE HAS 235 HORSEPOWER Smart new lines mark the 1954 Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe series, powered by. the new 235- horsepower FirePower V-8 engine, the most powerful and efficient passenger car engine pro- duced. New Yorker DeLuxe models are offered in special Newport club coupes and convertible coupes on a 125 inch wheelbase. They feature Power- Flite transmissions--the newest fully-automatic transmission in the industry---and power brakes as standard equipment. Power steering is offered VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, corresoondent. Sunday guests at the Hart Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shindell and son of Mt. Ver- non and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hart- sen and children of Everett. Sunday dinner guests from Se- attle at the Ray Kappell home were Mr. and Mrs Thomas Mar- No. 24195 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the StaJ~ o~ Washington In and for the Coun~ o~' tin. stolen, and fife the same with the. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Augustine]clerk of the above-entitled oourt to- of Seattle spent Sunday with ether with proof of service, wlthin, six moP_ths after ~ne aate of first ll~-. and Mrs. Henry Augustine llcation of this notice, and all claim~ George Baldwin, Jr., spent the lnot so served and filed within sal~ week-end at his home and addi- Itlme will be banJO. ~ IE HEATON, tlonal Sunday afternoon guests PAUL WANGSMO~ Mr and Mrs W A. Davis of El- ELEANOR MATTSON. I EXecutors nora Alb, and Mrs. A. Lee of A1- J. P MATHEWS and JO~H P, derwood Manor. The Harry Hansens spent Sat- urday evening at the Elfstrom home. The Lynn Danielsons spent Sunday afternoon with Lynn's folks in East Stanwood. Mrs. El- mer Norgaard and Larry also vis- ited the C. L. Danielsons. Mrs. Fred I)ietrich, of Seattle and her uncle, Alfred Pearson of Kent, were Sunday morning call- ers at the Erickson home. Community meeting Friday evening, Oct. 30. Coffee and cake will be served. Mrs. Elmer Berg (Agnes ScheD is caring for David Schei, who is fine after his stay at the Or- thopedic hospital. His mother, Mrs Elmer Schei, is recovering very nicely from an operation at the Rowley hospital in Mt. Ver- Snohomlsh. In the Matter of the Estates of A. CARLSON and JENNY C. CARI~ SON. Deceased. Notice ls hereby given that thQ un- derslgned have been appointed and[ lla~ qualified as executors of the estat~ the above-named deceased persons; all persons having claims against ~ deceased persons or their estat~ are. hereby required to serve the dame 1~ the form required by law, duly verified, on the undersigned or &. P l~LtJ~ and Joseph P. Matthews Jr., tJaeix at- torneys of record, at the addr~s I~lo~ non. Mr. and Mrs Pigort andtheir guest, Mrs. Larson, visited the latter's aunt, Mrs. Clark, at Day Creek Wednesday evening. On Thursday, the Pigorts took Mrs. Larson to Everett to catch a bu:, back to Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Danielson and Doris were Saturday after- noon visitors at the Sundberg a choice of six-passenger sedans, club coupes, as optional equipment, home at Warm Beach. . The Highland Homemal~ers land the names Marilyn and Rug- three days at the hospital wHere met at the B~o-a~t~,-,*- ~,--~.,, er inscribed on it. . he was given blood transfusions Wednesday with'~l'2~embers'a'n'd Miss Schmldt is to be married an a 9 Vmltor .......... d ire ted for a general run- " " s present; After making l, rlclay evening, uct. ,~u, m ~e i ~bO~!i~oe~:~:i " . . : " . . " . . . " . " i! :Joeab T~ne :n: ~sgrt: i~ ~raSM:lAygRn~S i;recii~C~r~lil~w:WsGlh.~r~e~i~mp:i~ii the daughter of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Er- ' them was iv nest Schmidt of Lakewood. and the Ray HVl family gath- Making the loop trip on Sun-iof the cougtye~b:nM:S" O[ecS:n erea ~[ v orest rarK in t~verett, d~v w~ra Mr ~nd Mr~ ~a hlmli~ - ....... " -- for a reunion" and otluck din" -., ...........................zvlr. ann Mrs donn ~aerl of Ev- Mrs. Arthur McGrew and chil- ._ ~ _ P .... "and son Ronnie. They report the]erett were Sun(taw visitar.~ at th~ nor on me ~unoay prior to me ..... dren had Sunday dinner at the ...'. : ..... ]road conditions as very bad this J-kl ho~,~ .... VI " ....... rtans lea ng tor melr home in . - Mark Dunns. They celebrated ....... [time of yearIn the a~ternoon] ------------o------------ , rcose ~ans Tne anernoon was , Michael McGrews 5th birthday. " " r mi i ..... they visited Eds folks, the Tomlr~IT ! a.. / .......... spent m e n sting ann picture Almlis ~l~' t~t ~rr,~n~ wesley Lair oI ~lonte Clair, takin~ nnr! farnili~ ~ttondlncr, " [ zJ~e ~,~ ~.~,.aauo N. J. has been a guest at the .'..-~'~2"~.~"~xrm-~."G~,%~ ~"i'~:';;'~':.'l Mrs. Gust Zaretzke sons Carl]o m, .s Howard Swalhng home. l~.lvJ~ ~i,lew of ~,~,~,,n~ C~rl and Oene, Mrs. Ameha Zaretzke, IDe$~lOn Ill ]t~orU~n~ Miss Betty Olson was elected Williamsons of ~v ....elvin/ d Mrs John Amundson and~ .... ' " ' "' res J~ eret~ ~w ~tw^ ..... ,.._e.~ ..... ] oregon ~viealcal School Port. Girls Athletic Association p " Blooms Wm Tvait ~,,~'--vo'~= u s . ~-,, u.=,, =,uuy u a v~.-, ........... ' .. , ..... , *-,.7 ........ , lanu, ~re.--(~peclatj--ur. barn- ideal at a meeting of all G.A.A~nsvid and l.on n~)~ ann Mr~ lson droner at the home of Mr.I ................ ................. , ........ uel l-~uoei Arllngton, IS In Fort- presldents held at playday at "~r .............. land Mrs Leander Amundson and l ..... ' ....... v anclswlnlamson son m ri, land till w ' , Y S eeg arten(11ng ine Marysvllle Oct 17. family of Marysvllle on Sunday. 1 ..... ........ wlfe and chlldren all 'of Arhng- I ........ ~annual postgraduate course in Mr ano iwrs Arnolo ~jorn, ivlr F r ve ' ton e se rance pare on at leas~ ne " " . . , ge ral surgery at the Umvermt and Mrs. Clarence Brevlk. and , ~ in the case 6f Mr. John Around- of Oregon Medical School Se~ Mr..andMrs. Harold Brev.]k at- Mrs. Ray Putnam spent Satur-lson and son Lloy.d, who madelsions ~re bein~ held Oct 2a tenoea the Anacor.~es-Arl)ngton day shopping in Everett,~and onltheir second trip east of the]through Oct 30 .... zootoan game at Anacor~es on " _. . Saturday evening was hostess attmountains and this time Lloyd[ In ~dditi'~. " ta '99 ~,~,~,.~ Friday.nigm. , . . a birthday uartv ~iven in honor l came back with a deer. I~,'hn,~-f'~'~" m~h'o'~ d~'~t~r~ ~unaay was parents hay at .... v -- .......... ~ ................... ~roo~,~.,~ xnz~ohi.-~...~ r~...,~., n.~.. of her husband Ray. The e e-j Mr and Mrs. Wm. Kahler andlwlll hear talks by two guest lec- .~,.~, ~,~.o,~.,,s~.~,, ,~,~=:.~= ning was spent in viewing role-i family enjoyed a ride to Dar-]turers. They are I~r. Victor Rich- ~. ....... s .... s ................ - " " " ards, assistant professor of sur- VmlOn and consuming three irington on Sunday and while birthday cakes. Guests were Mr.lnear the fish hatchery sighted a and Mrs. Oscar Almli and son ldeer and were lucky enough to Louis of McMurray, Mr. and Mrs.lget it. Tom Almli, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. ! Robert Putman and son Rubble, RECEPTION HELD and Mr. and Mrs. Clove Parker U and children, Lois, Craig and S NDAY AFTERNOON Claudia A lovely reception was held Mrs. Martha Tveit returned at the home of Mr. and Mrs home after spending a week Claude Damaske on Sunday af- with her son Joe Tveit and faro- ternoon honoring their son and ily wife, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Da- mB Il b i,, , . It i There's no soot, odor, or waste with Fuel.saving Tip yadard Stove Oil. Every drop is 100%From Your Housewarmer [ Be sure your draft regulator is properly t. [ ed to burn clea. and complexly i. adjusted. Excessive draft results in circulating heater. That means less waste heat up the chimney. tSehold cleaning time.., more work-free for you to enjoy. ! Standard Stove Oil flows freely in J Weather, lights fast, burns evenly. . | II fred the friendly Housewarmer i jyour" neighborhood by calling the )t I IF: a dard Heatlng Oil Distributor or local dard Oil Office. r n r ressure.type burners, ask [o Sta dad Furnace Oil w h THERMISOL MATHEWS, Jr., Attorneys for Rx~u~.,, 315 Olympic Ave., Arlington, Wm~h. Date of Ist pub., Oct. 22. 19~. Date of last pub., Nov. 5, 19~3. to keep Northwest doctors abreast of the latest medical develop- ments. p you cut heuling costs Stretch your fuel by keep* lag the humidity up. humidity is around 4Q95 you stay warm with less fuel Guard against storc~ tank rust by using Standa~ Furnace Oil withThe~ It ke~ps oil burner systems dean, prevents filter dog* ging, gives fast, dean heac. Avoid fuel ~:~-~'~ worries--let us keep your heat~ ~ff/ oil tank filled... ~',kW~ aurora adcally. Yo~ never have to give a ~houghe m fuel supply all year loz~ Save gallons a month o~ fuel by keeping houSe w.m- perature no higher thaQ O r 70 F. as ecommended bF doctors. The difference b~ gory at Stanford University tween 700 and 75o~ foe Scho61 of Medicine, and Dr. H.H. example, can save you Thatcher, Portland surgeon. The gallons of fuel a year! meeting will end Friday with a i round-table luncheon in the , ~'~,'~.,/ "~ ,/'~ Medical School cafeteria, at { ."~' .... which various aspects of surgery], ~~'t'4 will be discussed. ~ ! This is one of a series of tours- Get more heat foe es given by the School. designed maneywithStandardS~t-@ Fraley way. OiL It's 100% distilled, ft~ Wayne Preston 8 months old maske who were married in Mr ~n4 Mru ~ah~rt P,,tm~r Of all foreign matter son of Mr and Mrs Lyle P~eston Idaho on October 17th ............................. , and son Rubble and Mr. and Mrs.might clog fuel lines and has jus~ returned from spending Arrangements of fall chrysan- Jack Smith of Jim Creek motored control mechanisms. Pot ~~ an-~-~,I~ themums in pink, yellow and to Shelton on Friday. Mrs Smith stead,, even heat be sure tlart ~iVIr and Irs. Ivan'Brose white,were abo~t the rooms, and remained for a week's visit with ..... ~'.A ....... ~.~,~ ..Z ~tndva?da~na~e angd Mrn a~daM:;" ~e~l~%nmenw[~i:~ewr%rSTVaedti~r~Y re~Itri.V?nd Mrs. Dick Bernathy S;an~"a~dS;ove~iT: ..... ,m,,..~ ...........~;... ..... - decorated cakes in the form of and girls spent Friday evening " .'~'~ao~,,~[~o*~t~'~"t~,~a~'~ wedding bells and hearts. These visiting Mr. and Mrs Irvin Ggstol , for rom t ............. ":~'? .............. were flanked by candles which and son Glenn " a tour of the bmldmgs. Tea was . . , , , with the cakes carrie outthe Mr and Mrs Tom Almli, Sr, ~erved to all th~ parents ..... C~ . . . . . Mrs Bill Hasko Mrs Amelia coJor scheme,. ~emg m paste! spent Monday evening in Seattle , H sk " - "" ' --" %` . _ snaaes o~ plnK, yellow,ann visiting their grandadughter Bet- service ca~le~ oan~vIrsiVlBSar~ direeStana white, ty's husband, Mr. Howard Alve- Wednesda~ " Mrs. George Lee, grandmoth- bak. Mr. Alvebak has been con- . .. ,"," . ..... er of the groom presided at the fined to the hospital there Mr. ano ~virs. Harold ~orn ann coffee urn, and' assistin~ about Mr. and Mrs. George Putman \ -- _-~ Mrs. John Vocolich and son John- the rooms were Mrs Oscar John- of Wenatchee spent from Satur- /~t~[t~||[t~l||~i~ ny of Seattle were visitors at the son and Mrs A L i~ee, aunts of day until Thursday at the home ~ - | -- - '-". _ : Clifford Bjorn home on Sunday, ~he groom and'Mrs A J Solver of his sister and family, Mr. and ] -! -' -'- -- -~ - -~ Oct 18 " ." and Mrs. ;~rm. Tveit" " ' Mrs Dale Steckelberg.