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ff ! -~ .0e'* THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARIdNGTON. WASHINGTON, TttUI S., OCT. 29, 1. o3. PAGE SEVEN * A " er homemakers might be as im- ~ o f%l f~ II [lnvd , w|mmae tOLD M aAZlNES pressed as I was by some of the brleos uflserve olaen _:v.__ ""~'L'~" ]STILL WANTED figures on the canning aceom- I- . " ....... Honored--Zbth / Any old magazines cluttering plishedby relatively few helpers tAl I1" A * ,,,,, , ,. , . run your home9 Get rid of them Anne Meugniot v sth t::h:l IrC feteparthi ofwall vveaamg/anmversary Wedding Anniversary /b9 ;aking them to Mrs Quam'sl Phone 1526 the following amounts canned: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Griep were -- - -- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swimrne]603 Broadway. The Methodist 369 cans of beans, 80 cans of honored on the occasion of their BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL were honored on their 25th wed-[ladies are still collecting them beets, 137 cans of harrots, 412 Golden Wedding Al~niversary,[WOMEN'S CLUB MEETING ding anniversary with an open~ ~I..IOOL BONDS ]the ~irls' trio: Kathleen Rein-leans of corn, 27 cans of apple- Sunday, Oct. 25, at their sonsI -ch,~ R,,~ ...... n ~),,,,~o~..,ol house Sunday, Oct. ,25th. Sixty~.~.~ ~n '~av ,,..s~.o .~ D*ra ~.=~'T~rr._ [hn~a The~o~o M,,~nh,, ~,~d -T~el ]sauce, and the following amounts home in E erett. Many friends, Wome,,'~ C'h,h ,,,~ o.~VO~ ~ ne relatives, friends and neighbors[~.,,,,. ,.~^..,, ~. . . ..~ ......... Icanned in No. 10 cans, holding ne ghbo s, and relatives called ln[licious dessert with ~n ..... ,,~, called to greet the couple. Receiv-[ highlight of the PTA meet- la WIIKln. A SOlO oy t~lenn Tissue about three quarts: 138 cans of the afternoon. Imotif b- Mr~ a-n- T~:~,~,~'"~'~ ing the guests was the cquple's/ We met at the home of our etdin" the High" School concludedro ra rhea smUSical't w partr sentf applesauce, 48 cans of peaches, Receiving the guests were. their ho_tess,~ J and ........ her assistant'~"~ ......... Mrs daughter. Miss .... Bonnie Swimme,/guardian Mrs Howard Palmer. I room Monday night was the p g m .k!_ as p Le ~ - 136 cans of prunes, 119 cans of daughter, Miss Beulah Griep, and Verle Hafner, last Tuesda3; eve: and a close friend, Mrs. Ray LY-[we talked- about our play and !Seussion of the proposed ea oy_ some o~. toe Arl!ng~ontPears, and 5~ cans or apple out- their daughter-in-law Mrs. Har-lning The resignation of Mrs Peg ns~'....2 ........................ l made invitations.--Scribe Cathie ~ona i~,,o ~,,~ g~wtviteacne~, t~te uu~mess ~e~tunl~er i ior one Ielt like slanoing old Grien rourin~ w,~re Mrs D E l c----- ~ ~_ ~ _I~UIIUhlIIIIUIII.b Wt:~IIZ blUIVIZU .tlUIIJ|~'-)Oql..IrO~ ' ...~ .oo,~ .......... ~ " r o .... uallney, preslaent, was recelveai ..... ~ .... |ted the nrogram. Howard[had todo with proposed amend-[up and applauding. Hansen and Mrs T I. Lowe Also[and acceoted with regret Mrs a table decorated in )vhite and[ --------~ !r re~orted on the tour of ments to the W.E.A. t~onstnunon. * * * helping with the serving were ~,,~ w....,~ ......... ,..~'...~ "+..;~.: silver wirn a oeaud~ui center-[]~ as A discussion of the state confer David Pugetable frameSUndhivesBeekeea erSroundASSocia-table hington School which he ......... " The Degree of Honor Lodge their two granddaughters, Linda presidency and Mrs Verle HaL pm.ce of white FUgl mums and/ll --, -- ~l)ated in as the PTA rep-]ence_[e nelo in laco.ma ~oI-]has had a series of Hallowe'en and Susan Griep. tner to vice-presidencY Lovelv w n.ire tapers, r'our~ng were lvirs;~[j ~~~. ative ,~,~,~t~,~,~i,= craoks]lOweu. ~elegates irom tnls coun-t,,arties The adult ~roun 'had .,1- ........ t .... ;5 ,_ - . . :~. . ," willis bwimme oI Last bzanwoo~B/i m~n~mB~n , .............. ~, .... t. s e H,e rooms were aecorateu witn year ooons, maue oy me aaugn- OUter wall of the building ty will be Jim Hanson and Nellttheir celebration Thursday eve- yellow and ;,~ln ~h ..... tho /ters of Mrs Hole, P .... I1 ...... iand Mrs. Castelean Jensen of Seth IVl~ili~l {$@@ ~e smaD boiler room thatlJeremianm~nnmisn'A'r~'wa'lnin= Oct 15 in the AOUW ~ ........... -?-:"~ .2-~':%-~]/ ............ -._;\2 ~.~';'~U' :'~'~,attle assisting were Mrs. All|l " a er o. ..... IllUJll~ WlUC" were all iurnlsne~ ul5tllouLeLPanu aumlreo. A snow- I not be fireproof. Harley lnlkeberg of Ar!lngton, and p "lHall. Most of those present were bv friends A beautiful floral ar. ter of lovely handkerehief~ for Freestad, Mrs. Walt Persomus.|H o.... ..... ~, Was the moderator of theison srn,L to _~e seieete9 ~rm[beautifully costumed. The hall ran~ement was nre~-t,L~-k-; flaelMrs Maud~Barter -wlao i~-(,,--:~,- ~v~rs. t~ay t, yons and Mrs. Lloya|H ............. - ............ from tho ('itiT~n' AdvisarviMarysvum- tce~resnments e I was decorated with autumn ............. / ........ Johnson. |/I 15 we Wlll occupy new .............. . . eLu.u.w, iouge. 5ome lOVely mg in ,aoeroeen, was turnea over . . ~, Alton Funk the first served in the cafeterLa by acom:tleaves and Jack-o'-Lanterns Re- gifts were given the oounle Also/to the courtesy committee for fo~" The beautLfully decorated cake[~H quarters. In the Bracy ~, spoke of the demands]mit~ee neaaea OY ~virs. ~wuriel/freshments were coffee and apple ~ purse of ~ilver was rr~ade up by[warding " " was cut ann servea oy a very|[] Building at 121 Olym- , 0 Uolsraa. . . dear xriend Mrs Ed Cairqs, of i~ u.r" school system bothI . , , /pie- friends. During the afternoon a/ Reports on the recent tour of Entiat W~sla ' '|H pic Avenue - - - ~u.in the future, pomringl ~.~.~. .... ~ .~... u..~.. T....../ The Preschool and Kindergar- number of pictures were taken by/the Washington School were giv .... ' "'~; '. .... JI/ t . l,i~.,,~,=,b ui ul= ,,=to= ,_,uv.= .... lvllsses ~avle Jonnso oI t~a t nat . further expanslnlr,.,~M .~.n,~ r-~,~) ...... m,~lten group came in costumes to Miss Mary McGovern of Everett/en by Miss Alice Lazarus and ~.. . ~ ..... n . .fi'li[ ~n,,r~ Phone ~u.~.~ ~.~u.. .~ ..................... ~tanwoou ana Fat ~eagle oI ~e- . .... , probablg be necessaryl_...~ ,.,.~,. ,~,~m h-'me to decorate]the Arnie Wangsmo recreation Mr and Mrs Grion were mar Mrs. Laura Snyder and brought . ~ ~t intervals of from seven ................ / .................. e .......... . -~- - _ ............ attle hau charge of the guestIH 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3131 , .......... l last Wednesday evenin= Meeting t-uum tu~ tnc, Fatty, oatu,uay rico in Minneanolis Minn. Oct. iaoout a panel fllSCUSSlOn Wfllcn hnnI Illl 'years.me uonnie tijort, trier ......... .t ~th,~ e',n,~e~ationa]~ ~ Church~., afternoon. They had. games and 22, 1903. Comin'-g to 'this state in was. both interesting and inform- "~ .... . (Closed Tuesdays) .~lw~be[t ?: ;he pane~ereeXd[the group heard a most interest-/a treat. The tMrd .and fourth 1906, they have lived in Arling- at~e. , BARBARA ANN CLAWSON ~ll '-eco ~ I,....,,,~ ~*-r---~a--~,~, ., of Bible Stud,,~ con- graaers enjoyed tne~r, parw at ton and the North Fork valley for further, plans, were made for ENGAGEMEWr ANNOUNCED b,ilding~ th,,~ o]iminatin~tducted by Mrs. Arthur Kanike- _ ............. pas orty.seven years ........... .and Mrs. E. B Clawson anlH DR. GLEN BIFFER nomlcal to build one- the home of Mrs. Clifford Rod the t f the droner with the theme "Fron- Mr space- ---'Oand .... "the ............... expense of~"~ue~g ..... a,un ,,*,o.a~' ,~=,.c~"r"'~s,- Fors,,thea ,[ ruesaay nlgnt, wltn aoout ili[y tier Days ro De glven oy the nounce the engagement of thel'r . 'ays and ~tron= sunnortinalwho spoke on Esther and the present. . STATE CANNERS PACK club Monday, Nov. 16. Mrs. Shel- daughter, Barbara Ann, to Mrlill Optometrist Ca "--"" ~';'~ "~-~" .;21Queen of Sheba. Hostesses for/ At the October Hospital Guild PIE-FILLING, GALORE ton t)ovy~ university graduateI Durwood~Sealy, son of Mr. and|lI ,,~ .... ,~ ........... [at~r~secnu~lrs" ~n~ntthe evening were Mrs. Keith Sar-lmeeting, the group decided to Enoueh numn~i ............,lana an interesting speaker, has Mrs. Harold Sealy, R. 1, Arlinz-|ll ~r~x~~, w.~ ~:- o,=~u ,. t,,~ u.o~,o- . . . . o ~--.-.- ............... oeen secured to iv - ~as thnt f~l,~r~l ,~,tohin=lkismn Mrs Howard Robb and sponsor the blood-typing pro- in Washin-ton last season to--ro / g e the address lton. |~ _ lec~ abvall3b~3i:~~tMrrss. ~ekr2tUrpgetndue~ItrS.w~rde grran~,highdl~d~w]getwt'i~g ~e ;ledefgrP~eyeThea;"~nS~atnV'ngom~aYssMrSf MeeareYmGona~3sS !l~vn~' - - ward Wellman, and Mrs. Winston mobile X-ray unit wtlieh will beand child on th ' . gdon is general proposed new additions . . e west coast [chairman F " [D~'~~VgG] ~ee reeerphe;i~tgte::~tetBa:dv~n M: B:ldwln became a b~ii!!O~fn~ei~gPari~lnd.;]~?~Troe~!r~am~me" ?om~p~i~s21Y r ~n~retdahtaC~ea,~ i!~h~by ~es~imlasl!W~sSn~!!~ite~e~ pea mothers had cooperat-[LIBRABIAN$ WORKSEOP lie i~.o ~r^.. g ..... ~P~-go.. lPack of almost 42,000 cases oft . ,, ' --- - _- _-- " "canning almost $1,000 Miss. Gladys West and Mrs.. A. Mc~.~,~,~" ........................ ~,u~ r,a,r~ ~lut, ~m~.I' [p" " pkln last year would be suf-. [BEEI~EEPErig .......... 'rn ~ ............... ~ __ 1~-~ ~;food for the school cafe-lG Glerseh took the following .~ .... ~ ..... ~ ~.. ~. .....flclent to make .2 000,000 pies I" net an,v~ ~ l~ 1F ~l ~i . ~ . , ....... . . , MEE ...... -- 3' .j~, a~tu ~.,at:~.,Jc~ ~ B Cut "n " " ""'" ~Most of this food was do-Igirls to the workshop for student lFors,,the Mrs w~.~, xxr~, ,h] Y tI g each P~e into six gen-I ....... II _ _llq i W 4 / # . ~,,,,~- ,,,~-~ ~egular ~ctooer meenng of the -d i'but the peaches, corn, andlHbranans held at Everett Jr. land Mrs. Bud Peterson were/erusd P/eCeSt' 12,000,000 helpings aeelear value of the canned [ rock, Jo.Ann.Cox, Geor.gme..u_cn-lsythe, the hostess,'w~s-'a-s-sistedl,l,. .s*---------~e- ,r~ *= li"9~5"~, a''t'~8~pm'.~'i~"~'. G~.'~r~I~la~ ~7 ~ _.- -; - was something over $800. ampaugn, rnynis ~mitn, t~urna b M s Jac H " " " ' " " ~erving with Mrs Steckel- Pulliam Beverly Kroeze, Sandra y r. k ammer, lilnesLaitor BeserlDeSl 09 Vlrglma, near.Boren. Fur the ~:d ~ohpi:t~mu?~3et)ro~huicch M:::ho4nd20Gl~adtkelrsnS'bh?t~3 ve~UnaRaYegUweStrS fMr':n~d ?:lFlight to Hawaii [Pi~ra~nrant;;e;rerin,~,'~e::t:drr~ep ~:~~~~---~m~m--- 'ere ' " and Island Count Stanley Purves and son " , Mrs. M. I. Thomas and Snohomlsh Y , (Continued from Page 1) rou " " Plural Mow,~,w,,~ m .... oh,,n~ ~.ihrarians' Associations Mr. and Mrs. A. Lawley, Mr. and linincr tho ~voo* .......... ~...g p discussion by experts on ~~11 ~v~aw -~.Other women also came[present for the all-day meetlng. IMrs. Ken Forbes and two sons, mainland paring, for W~nter And as .~. tlllv t~ ai~t ,x, lth tho Wartr I Mr ~reurs of the Gavlord Com-t all OI vancouver tLG. ano lvtr. "The surfa~ --~ -'- ......... fan entertainment treat a illm in ~,~ ........ ,. _ ~ ,) , . , . ., .. ~ ~, 11 ~^"-.~.~'~: ..... 3"'~. .... l ...... _ ......... ~.-..*,~osi,-nalland Mrs Hugh Gook and their]----.~ .... :~= ~a tile ~a.wa~[CO]Or and bound "Modern Rose x , a.up (ram at t enney s is 3 our lllVl[a[lOl~ [o ~ave ~u glrl~ Irom me nome pany gave a v,=.~ v~.~o ~ InOLtleU WILn wnitecaps ana ,, ' ) ~ ~ I . . ~ -," .................. I . ~ . I Growing Anyone interested in Dollars Check fins ad then sh ~1 O K menaln son ano uaugnter o~ ~tUe~l~e~ _!es classes and some of demonstration of b o ,. !-gl-c, ...................... 21foam inaicating a strong sur~acelbees or beekee-in= is welcome , ' ~ up r and Satur. n " stunA ter tne o... ~le uaw~ey~ are .~vu~. r~ce ~ - ,- ~ . " school boys who snap- in the morning ses . wind. day for Hlor ~ Ill ) ~ ~' 1 r ' ea ....... / ........... ~-e c--lle"e care t parents Mr and Mrs Jack War-I ............... land invited to attend. . e (zlev-savn g values. One an(t t~ o of a . -~ Appreclauon was al-~luncn, ~erveu ~, u,u ~ . / ,,,:.. " ~,. ." . , ~1 lae lllgIl~ stewara ' ann twol ' , ; . : _ 0reuse er l the o u n librarians ren (~nlrley race) spent last t ~ l .. d for the volunte ter'a, Y g " . ] ........ Is ewardesses ~xplained the useI GEM5 OF ~ K I1(i items are marked at a fraction of their original ~t Mi's. F R Bradley, thellearned about new'books, auver-lweeK wim tne.mces, rand working of the life vest in BENEVOLENCE ,~..;~_ r~__,+ ~;o~, ~b: L..--.. , ....... ~, , [,ll~ 1/01| t llz~o~ till8 ClI~IIuu bU ~av g supervisor, and Mr. JacK[rising, and library clubs; All[ Mrs. A1 Veilleux,. Mrs. Ernest[case of ditching. I The most a,-,.entah~o ~orovfo~ S 8 ' . , Who tended the b0iler agreed that they would like tolOman, Mrs. Albert Lamp, andI "Incidentally our flight stew-l_, c.^.~"L: n..,.~ ~.:.'2~"L.~=-"~'~ ~the canning Ihave more such workshopfi, and Mrs. Jess Co~o~$a~tended the]ard John Waldorf, ;learning ........... -- _ .. .I,. ' i ~ , , ~ ~ J llllll .L" ll~l 11 [came home full of loeas zor m-tChrysanthemu~ ~1"~5/ at the ~e-Iwere from Arlington asked if we l " I~[~l~l l'd[~ Wdl~ll~ ' ..... w school librar ' ........... ~"**--r~ ) .......... , ""~'~'~lW w~ ~,~ ~, , ~aohomish County branch proving tne.lr,o n ........... ~}atue ~rt museum ~at-u uay. Knew u. 0; t~unoersan oI ~'. ~tan-/- To pity distress is but human ~eda "nice program. The reactions to the workshop, as Mrs. Don Britsch " tables were affixed to'each seat of t~emiaStakeo~ fhOudah?ly zt~l _~. uU~.~ rKU(.:~k~ " $1. q~artet, consisting of Dalelwell as a resume of~..tne instruc-[ Arlington people attending the land we were .served tasty soup, lbert Hubbard #. wa~n ra,~ e~tton.~ ............................................................................................. ~ae,. Jerry Carter, Glennlnons ~or oooK-men,umg, iNorth Puget Sound circuit. Wo-]creamea chicken witta green peas,[ -" - ~|T~ Phl~ ma arld * * , ~aJaa coIIee, er.~ it~ ~ Harold Tilleson sang,. ......... i men s Missionary Fed~ttion - ,,~.,._. .... No quality .is r~rer than truellUUOr, ~,~/~10 ~'-~, [...~..~Y two numhe~s~ fa~Inl I thought r.l~t some oz me om-IConvention in Everett Tuesday[._ ~Jamg l~moordlJy ~}long~ over beiievoieneg; ~.exSdh' 'thee ~ho Duster~ or long, cotton .................. ~IF- . ,~_-- . ~ne cloua lane~'at, IL~0 feet i . ....................... .... , ,;[were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sand.[ . P . . , .[imagine they possess it are gen- ' v s A1 glanced down at the occaslona~ ) [11 ig, Mrs. Harold Olson Mr . " "i ' r" and erally merely of a weak or com- It'IDT ~'4 ~. [][bert Kuhn, Mrs. Grace Gunder-gl m pse. of the seas su Iace /plaisant nature.--La Rochefou- v.v v~valal, ~ ~l'a.ll~lO ~)Z~. li/~nn ~nd Mr~ Arthur Thomnson Irecailed tne story t0~u me as a[onld rrm~ eoras and wools ................ : .................................................. , f ]])At the morning meeting, Pastor[!i~t,tle boy.. by my grandmother!l ................... vere t They Salled OUt Irom J~ngland IHMilton Nesse of the E t l. r u " " the[ The human affections need to .WUl l : ~,- . ~ i ~- [l/church addressed the group, and],],TM 99 Yeiars ago, . o.naea ~[be changed from self to benevo- One -rou,~ a .............. ttJ~* ~ ~ .. ][[representatives of the Various~.rtorn" and toucnea, tne~. nrst/lence and love for God and man; .......................................................................................... i '~~ ~ [[[groups made little talks. The[~ana at the ~anqwicn lsianos[changed to having but ONE II~i~IPI~D I101~{~!2~ ~ "t .~:~:~!~:. :~'~:,.+ ~ -- --- - - --= - il[Young Mothers', CRIb of the Ev- [ (tiawaii). Leaving th~ ISlanas Ior[God and loving Him supremely UI~ I r-Irk UI~IFaO .'~'/. ". ~' . -_- ---- " _-_[-_ _-- " i[[eretr Church presented a clever[Vancouver Island the!r snip waSland helping our brother man. "~' Deluxe fabrics, styles ........................................................................................ ~1" r/[skit about guild meetings. After[becalmed in the Pacific and theY)Mary 'Baker Eddy. . ..... ~~/.1'~~~ ~.~, I//lunch served dr'~fla~e"ehurch, the[were over a month~e~n~hat last[ -- I~V| glM |IMIU DI ! . a. 4 , ~J~ ~".".~/'~r"~ll/~f-~ [[[afternoon session was highlight. [leg of their long journey.'~Herel Benevolence is man's mind ll/ia~Jll .~IIII'K]~IU ~/1, , d~]~ .~~ ~ ~r 1~~~, riled by a talk by Dr. George Aus/we were skimming the clouds in rand righteousness is man's oath[ ~lte crepe or puckered .................................................................................. ~~ 2' .~ i[]of St. Paul Minn., whose theme/the luxury of the C1 pper Queen]--Menclus. ................ ~:'~ -- /~~, I//was "Faith Is What Makes a ~of the Skies' enjoying good food[ ------------o ~U~ "l'~ ~l~.J~ll~I . ~r)K~ _-- " ~ ---" .:,,~l~i~ liiChristian" [and whiling away 12 hours in] Use Times Classlfied Ads - St-ies for teen ers, l l .O~ .... , ~~0e , i ' y ag . ~ne p~ece or snlt S%yles .............. .~,LA, ....... fl ght ~t~t.,'t~ve economical. ~. -:~:~ ~'~ [[/ A delegation from the Women s I ,,. " ........ I , I[ ~~re'mr- ~ :~ , i[ [Missionary Society of the Freel, we wept down to t.ne, coc~tan[~~ IAr'll' ~UIDTCE a lounge wnere aoou~ eignt or ten "~- "~M~r il/Methodist Church met last Week[. ' ..... !1 ~ ii I I lib I / d2"llL, ll. OIlll~lO ~)/]1, "" ~ ~ ~ I1|o, ,~.~ ,...~.~ . ~ ~.v~,~lcan oe accommoaatea ana wnerell Ill ll Ill Ill / Ill 1 Sall cloth assorted color= +" " ~ II/~ic~'ers'"~vo"~lar"~e~" bo'xes'o~[any kind of drink car~ be had. /] ~[ ll K R P If / ' ................ -: ................................................... - ...... II/~..~ ,,d~.~ ~,.th~.~5 ....... a / "The wife of a Missionary, sta-[[ R~ ~ i[~ ~ ii I~ ] II~l~lkl|U ilA/~1~1~1~ " : ' : ~'~ "Autumn Silhouettes" 0t.amr0. { ....... ......................................................... 50c for this purpose " contr Ine ~rlln ton llmes [[[ " , [ Invited into the ol cabin [[ g / Wi;'iM217 g'AqHALq ,< ~,Tt~,v O "I ~'~ " ]I[E)-EBRATES EIGHTH BIRTHDAY[f nd their way p: e abo e[~ ~ ~ ~.~,T)O r~v~t~o : .,--- I~ ~V, ~ J=~,~,fl~). li| Our daughter'Elizabeth eele Ithe clouds. When informed well | I/IEdW O UA[UKV~) - ) .... ]][brated her o~,hth birthday withlwere from Arlington, he said][ ~1~11~~1~1 [ Not many but real ,~alues ............................................. ; .......... : .. ~.~ HI ~'~ ~ ~ "That's a nice airfield there I a party Saturday afternoon. Her " " 1 I[ rKUIB / -- II/~ue~t~ wor~ V,r=,.|~ ~.d Mar-flew navy planes off it duringl/ / ~'~-~ 'nV~ ~ A Olll~&1n T ne, 8.00 p.m. Ilhorv Colburn Sharon Mulien To- the war. Small world. ]| l A / n ~aa ~za~a.~ ~/-i-, ~ ' ' "About 6 m we were served Women's nurses style' i A II/nlta Klllough, Esther and Arlene l _ P" " ., I/ / .......................... : ......................................................... , cnampagne ana nors a oeuvers Kroeze, Louise and Karen Gul- . ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL [[[haugen, Sharon Wayt, Suzanne ......... ] [& ~ [ CHILDREN S SHOES $9, Sq,This was followed at 7:30 with a IliRichardson Janet Johnson Julia [inner o~ oronea steaK, musn- i / ~1 I1"::1 ~ 1 on~- a - U AUDITORIUM " ~iY~q~ist.LUAan~ ~mns illl . " __ [[[brothers Jim and Will Also'invit cream, assorted Cheeses, coffee, [ llJIIb.~_~ll~..._~ I KUDDLK DUUI~ l IIJ .............. "_ ..... were nuts mints Wine Was servedll ill/~l'=-- - ~ |/ ~ to" sizes 2 and 3 ~1 e~l DUL uHaDI~ tO L/e ~Le~elLt , ' " ~, ...... , ............................................................................. Annual Fall Variety Show presented by the H/Patsy Kroeze Sharon Hicks, Bar-with the steak. | ~ i I~V!~ ;~" i| - ~ea'g~elns: iI~i~:u:d ~aoYP{i:;det~ {:mn~t:a! [ ~ ~ [ s~9L fooA, Ts ' Arlington High School Music Department, un- II/ ') ,, .,.. $10. . . [[[sing up in grownup clothesl with g , / ~ ~ / ' - .............................. uer the direction of Roy M. Larsen.. It[old-fashioned hats, and coloring[7?t%n~blmedtadv::tpl~aCverl~d[[ ~ , ] ,~'~'~, ~,ww*~ .,.A" II|fans to match their costumes. Yl/ ' ' ruKl ~l~i~ U'&l ..... ame a massed cloud formation cast a ~%1)~ ~ o H[virginiawontheprizelnag.. shaa ............ ,h~i ......... [i I/AlllA~l[ / Men's sizes in assorted fabrlcs an. ~lors ............... II/of pinning the flowers on a laay. o u,,w ,~,u g~:y ~ y ,?vW~,o,i/ WiNEt~lklblPLL I .............................. ~" " II/Mrs Dara Warren helped plan or,an.islana on me ClOUa plane. I/ .... / li'MIT ~UID'IP~ a~t ~/.. _7 T 7+ 7 r~ T /"o ~ I[ [the "~art" and hel--ed with the As the sun went down thel/ ...... / lklWll I~ll~lO ~1o b 1~ y i-' +c~ ~zan[ ana ur~ lee utoua8 ~games red glow at the horizon formed[[ OAOEO~ t Men's short sleeve ty~es ....................... , .......................................................... ..... Ill . " _ ........ a curtain backdrop against which / I- ~I Ihll~llP [ ................. b')n't miss it : Breathtaking beaut hl scenery and music. o..,. / [ ............................ ]50 -- . . c+ **.. II!~_a.~+',:~r,%~:~a="~:..:e~=:," passed over a small surf en-I| mam tim. its tiny co~t. | U~*]~'e ][,.~'T{~ m. ba[es ong z[s Illera'ltHe r'"'u=*ma'u+"~+V+ "*+"~ ._" circled island, then more is]andsll ...... / IV/~II IJ IlLL~IO ,~F'~, ~, , .~ IIIt'orter was me minister oi me hvilH~.l. 1;,-.ht~rl ~nrl ~o .~1/ Keep ~ur ~tunlleS. pou- / J,,~t * ,m, .n .~.~. @] " '~"~ [[]Duncan Memorial Church of Met- were'"al~e~aX*,~"~l~ec~rcl:~ ,2=1/ .~- ,"eeas ~onu--~o -+- / ........................................................................ ~ ................................. -- b f re c in t .......... i ................ . ,, ~, lakatla, Alaska, e o om g o cit u severa " ' y of Honolul 1 times, A E fr NEEDLE W0 Arhn ton alwar~s S F omtheft, RK f ~ "g " .. giving a lovely view ol the, / ,.-orte.,,--- ,+ ......... $1" ~ ut~ OI llano WO~rK special 1 tli Miss Alice Satre attenaea a brightly lighted city. I/ loss or destruction, i " ....................................... [I banquet at Cedarcrest Tuesday "As we aliehted from the nlane[1 / t~ ITIM /'~l'~lll~./'~n~n~ .... . ;~;~ Ill dvening which was g l en in hun.. a Hula group were performing r[ I O/akllll ~,UlvlrUl~ 1 ~dl~ 7.77 .~ .~.".~~ II or of the new teacners at the nearby--this is 'Aloah Week' in I/ I All wool filled ......... I ' ~ ~~ .... IllEverett High School. of which one the islands. We were met by Mil- / Tl-ilg g'ITI717N~ / ,,,,,,,,, ............................................................ __ _ ~+,~ rills our own Miss Satre. lard and Jean and Mary Maxine,[/ aaaaa , / WUUL HLANKEIN o21 [I Mrs. Edna Verd visited her son Ivan Larson and other friends I/ ,.,,~,, M,~ ~. Iv.. / .......T.'-: ........... ~)ll I* " nd famil in Portla ~,~ ~x~'~. heavy -Lv ~/j~i~%~ I]lPhihp a, . y. . nd and were almost smothered inl/ 51ALL BANK / .......................................................................................... +~.~.'~ illlast weeK-ena ann enjoyed a le!s. 1 / .......... 25e 0hildren ][ttrip with them up the Columbia More later. I/ Arlington / ,I~.M! ~A I~lqPI -~'~-'~- ~-'... --=i] -[[IRiver gorge to Bonneville Dam. "CARP." r/ / ,--..-o -~-~a,, ~, ~ RUBBER STAMPS Pu e So 8 lle Member FDIC ottons and Rayons +1 * ~,. "., rt~. ~uo miles wine and has 300 islands. IL J