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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASilINGTON, T URSDA, NOV. 5, 1.03. PAGE SEVEN Anne Meugniot Phone 1526 ~IRE FRIENDSHIP TEA AFTERNOON mp Fire Friendship Tea , fro Saturday afternoon, m two to four in the rooms of the Methodist L Relatives and friends are to this affair, which annually in honor of the others. This year there p~bgram and an exhibit )f the work accomplished Camp Fire Girls and :]S. award-winning work of ~lrls has been on display ~ey's window this week. (:amp Fire Guardians' As- ia Will meet Tuesday eve- toy. 10, with Mrs. Ken Ber- * * * Ladies' Circle of the Con- )rial Church will meet ;day, Nov. 11, at the home E. M Adams with Mrs. Fa , ms as co-hostess. They vea. miscellaneous show- ~rns as soap, sewing and lnaterials will be given. [Onday, Mrs E C Leach s. J. p. Mathews attended day meeting in Seattle ed by the United Church of Seattle, in observance d Community Day. The speaker was Elsie Far- !ttorney from Long Beach, ~ho has visited church all over the world. Her Was "A Layman Looks Church." The afternoon Was Dr. Stewart Dodd, ~tcr of the Public Opin- at the University. a musical program and a recep- tion. The Lions Club masquerade kindergarten. Any parents inter- Sarkisians' son, ested may call either of these wo- d his third birth- men. If the enrollment is full, lay afternoon, Oc. 29, the second section will com- lo~ e'en birthday par- mence the first of December. -~st., included. Marcia Helping Dana Alskog, the son .rs~ a, Craig and Dana of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A1skog, de Meier, Kathy and celebrate his fifth I~irthday Sat- anler, Jon and Glend urday, Oct. 17, were Danny Mor- is Ann Allen, Jerry ris, Randy Thompson, Krista Dena Danubio, and ~man. Carlson, Joey and Johnny Carl- Grownups pres- son, Richard Carlson, Kenny A1- rs. Vernon Swanson of skog, and Dana s brother Timmy. Mrs. Roy Larsen, Mrs. His aunts also ~vere present. " bb, Mrs, Bob Memr, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Batt lka,,Hunter, and Mrs. and sons Norman and Warren, _~en:, ~ of Wilder, Idaho, have spent the Lewis Cole underwent past week with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lind. They were here on account Sandra Parsons Gets Trip To Chicago "Autumn Silhouettes" Packs Auditorium A responsive audience packed the high school auditorium Tues- day night for the fall concert of the music department, ~Autumn Silhouettes." A large maple leaf outlined in vivid colors, on the bsckdrop set the mood for the evening. Miramae Murphy as narrator did an excellent job of introducing each number and supplying continuity.~ The concert opened with sev- Mrs. Hawley To Attend Conference Bellingham, Nov. 4.--Mrs. Isa- bel W. Hawley, dean of girls, Ar- lington High School, acting as discussion group chairman, will take part in,the fall conference of the Washington State Associa tion of Deans of Women and GirlsI on the campus of Western Wash-I ington College of Education inI Bellingham Saturday, Nov. 7. ] College deans of women and] high school girls' counsellors party Saturday night was well attended and a great success, with many attractive costumes being worn. Mr. T. E. Greathouse was the chairman of the affair, eral selections by the Arlington- from more than 50 northwest Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Taylor and Silvana Intermediate Band. high schools and colleges will at- children visited Mrs. Grace Hen- The Arlington Hizh School tend the meeting, which has as ning in her new home in Seattle Band, with instruments outlined its theme "Social Standards." on Sunday. Mrs. Henning, who is in light, then took their places on Keynote address of the confer- now teaching art at Ballard High, the stage and played as the chor- ence will be delivered by Dr. Paul :designed the house herself, in- al group with Bonnie Slayton as Woodring, professor of psycholo- corporating many original fen- soloist sang "September Song' gy at Western Washington Col- tires, with an echoing effect, offstage, legs and author,of the recently. __ Wl__ v_net ~_ number - I Mr. and Mrs. Millard Lord en- A "de a " y nf s fol published book Let s Talk Sense tertained the High School faculty lowed including marches such as About Our Schools." Woodring's couples after the concert Ties- the "Raiders' March" and "Stars topm will be 'Social Behaviour day night, and Stripes Forever"; popular in a Changing Society." Monday evening dinner guests songs such as "Pretend,' "Star- Miss Sybil Tucker, program di- of Mr. and Mrs. Les Buell were Miss Smndro Parsons dust,!' "I Believe," novelty pieces rector, Bellingham YWCA, will Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hill of and Others on the classical side. make a Saturday morning ad: East Stanwood and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sandra S u e Parsons, Huge silhouettes appropriate to dress on the subject, "Value in daughter of Mrs. Stella Parsons each number added to the, effect, a Time of Mobility." Robert Mansfield. of Route 5, Arlington, has been Carla Metzger with her 'Tumb .... oL----------- Mr. and Mrs. Bert DeLano re- awarded an educational trip to ling," Glenn Tissue singing FLOWER VANDALISM turned to Arlington to make their Chicago as the result of placing "With These Hands," Joella Wil- The Times office received news home in September. They l~ave first in written competition, the k!ns. pl,aving the heart-brok.en of a shocking nature when Clar- purchased a house below'the county extension office said re- girl ,m t~o way Irom lvly win- ence Hansen reported that flow. park. cently. dow, 'all deserve individual men- ers, basket and all, had been re- Mrs. Claus Rose, who recently Sandra is a member of the lion. The Arlington a cappella moved from his barber shop door spent several weeks in the Mt. Guys and Gals 4-H Club of Bry- choir sang No Other Love" the the da followin t , . , Y g he funeral Vernon and Everett General Hos- ant,.of which Mrs. Leila Steckel- girls too presented "Cho-Choo for his dau~,hter Mrs CnU,~,~,~ pitals, is now staying at the berg is the leader. The award is Train::. 'and the boys' qua, r~tte aindberg. Mr. Hansen sugges~ts home of her daughter and son.in, sponsored by the extension office law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- in conjunction with the Chicago, sang wltn a rtey and a rio. anls the thief or thieves return basket difficultprogram, excellently to ~Russell s Flower ghnn th,,~ Gladrey. Sunday dinner guests Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific ---~,- ..... of the McGladreys were Mr. Railway. Included in the re- planned and directed by Mr. Roy he could at least be sp~rred the Larsen ann snowing oil tne mu- basket charee Rose and Mrs. Beulah Skorstad quirements of competition was sica1 talent and training of our ...... ~'~" o of Seattle. Additional guests dur- a 1,000~word story concerningi ing the day were Mr. John Berg, projects or personal activities, l young people, came to a fitting LETTY PUTNAM climax in the final number, ENGAGEMENT ANNOUN~E~ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harter, and Mr. Miss Parsons will leave Arling-I"Manhattan Towers" This num- , ...... ~ ......... and Mrs. George Dalton. ~ton on' the 25th of November, andber was done oy" black" ligm, ..... w~tn es~V~rs'th'wwan ~'umam.announc.. _ Mrs. Edward Wellman and return home on the 6th of Decem- " .......... e engagemem oI ner tne skyline oi ~ew ]Cork as me dau_L ............ ........... ,_ gnter ~etty Joy ~ut[erIlel(1, Mrs. Dennis Alskog are trying ber, this making a stay at Chi- bacKground Ins Arnngmn rngn to Fr " ..... to get the remaining ten children cago of 5 da:~s. Sandra is a grad-,,Scn~" " ......... uoncer[~" " ..... unoir permrmeo and ~v~rsanClSrranKJ~ergevm'~ergevinSn OII~Mrz,. needed to complete the enroll- uate of Arlington High School, the Amumn ~unouette l)emxe, Mar'-sv:';- -- ' " y me ~n early summer ment for a second session of the and at present is enrolled at Se- Manhattan Tower, starring Glenn Ill ~::i~:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:i:i:::~i:~!:i:::~ Thi, year... BI(H ER TITAN I WER! New, 1)citer than ever toys that will save "Morn and I)ad plenty fickle the kids 1)ink ! 1)on't miss seeing Toyhmd l'ridav and Saturday! Yes ... You ('an I AY IT A \\ A Y t'or a small down l)ayment ! TableAnd " Cha rSets [_ I !iiiii~ Table, 26x30, ..1" high; ! I ~enney's lore ot.ae~. At- I iiiiiiii chairs 22 high. Swedish i ] ~~_c~nn.t_~2n" re- I !iiiil~ design, i I ~,-~l~nm,s ~r!?ay I 'iiiiUi waxed 1 ~'~,88 ]~ ~::meT~/wl"r::~i'Y I ii!i!ii bireh finish l[-~ ~ [ ~m~s:,::2hop early, [ CHECK THIS LI, [ OF FIN[ TOYS Toys for Boys Toys for Girls Pedal Drive Auto..24.75 DollCarriages 4.49to9.90 attle Pacific College. Congratula- Tissue as narrator and Marlene wedding is planned. tions, Sandra,.on bringing new Metzger as vocalist." Miss Mary MARILYN OBERKO'--- ER Pedal Ffre Truck.. 22.75 Tricycles .......... 6.50 honors to yourself and the Ar- Ann Jenkins was the accompan- SIGMA EPSILON PLEDGE lington community, ist. ~Iiss Marilyn Jean Oberkotter Sidewalk Bilge, lge.,, .29.75 Doll Walkers ......1.98 " ~ Mr. Larsen was assisteddn pre- of Arlington, has been pledged --------------------~ paring for this concert by Mr. to Sigma Epsilon Sigma, under- Sidewalk Bikes SILVANA Millard Lord, Miss June Hergert, classwomen's scholastic honor- Mrs. Irene Vognild, [ and Miss Joan Ingrain. dry at the University of Washing- 15.00 to 22,75 HUNDREDS OF" DOLLS : ton, the University announced Beautifully Dressed I correspondent. Friday the Thirteenth yesterday. Wagons .....1.69 to 8.90 ZION LADIES AID BAZAAR , Miss Oberkotter, a sophomore :19" Baby Dolls .. 7.90 SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7 Semor Ball Da ' in ,the College of Arts and CaterpillarBulldozer 3.49 Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid Ba- Sciences, is the daughter of Mr. zaar, Saturday, Nov, 7th, Social Mr. Htrsband, how;~ng has it and Mrs. Alvin Oberkotter, R. 5, Climbing Tractor ...1.89 18" Baby Dolls ..6.90 Arlington. She is a graduate of Hall, 8:00 p.m., Silvana. Fancy been since you have taken your Arlington High School. work, quilts; referents, wife to a ball? NOt since your Dipsy Cars ......... 98c 14" Baby Dolls . .4,98 Sunday Schoo~ is~ having a high school days! What a shame! Miss Oberkotter has been quite candy booth. active in various activities at the They say you only live once, so Universit,, ~ ~o~ ....,~ Mechanical Freight Arlington Hospital ......... Public is invited. , y don t you make t~e most of nresid,~,~t ..e ~,~, ph,o, ...... t. 20 Baby Dolls .. 9.90 a-" . oi me sermus mness oI Mrs. it b " " ........................ Trains .......... 3.98 no IS now convales , ~ * ne " Batt s father, Mr. A. H. Moll. y taking Mrs ~ffe to the chanter co----",-i~ ....... ,,-,,'.-,- tt the other day I rant Other guests in Arlington Sat- ' Parent - Teachers Community " ' v , mmu., ~ ............ ," S:~mrcBawlli'tHe~s" Y~ir C~v:ZnCelman' Organizations Assembly 21" Baby Dolls . .7.90 Club, Thursday, Nov. 5th. School Electric Passenger Anna Thomas who urday were Mr. and Mrs. Irving .... tne~l~ai y o. ,g ] delegate, and she has been a well. She is.keeping Natale and children of Seattle. auditorium. Good program. Mere- ~o~nS oi Arnngton rngnlmember of Luther Club. Trains ......... 19.75 ~'by sitting in the af-I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Booth and bersNatipnalare urgedEducationtO attend.week "next ~ " o 18" Baby Dolls .. 5.90 So, Mrs. Wife, us~r~r611ing~[/~t_ ]/O, ' [ Extra Track, curved, ~iss Etta Ling satttwo ehiidren of Sea~tt~pefft:}ast week/N0v. 8-14. All parents are pin on yoiat~hiis~aia|J~i~ bake|~LlUllU pon ors l,rne on the bus com-/Wednesday afternoon with Mr. invited to visit school, him his fa~;orite t~le b{[l~raV~himl~~ ~ n , straight .......... i19c 20" Baby Dolls . .7.90 ~She was coming to vote[and Mrs. Ed Mitling. ~Inb, and looked ve}y] Mrs. Dewey Gibbins is visiting . take you to the Senior~ Ball. The/B]OO{I Ban~ a blue suit with match-Iher daughter and family, the iEVERGR~EN LODGES Senior Ball Will be held in the (Contl'nued from Page 1) Scoop 'n Load 14" Doll with M ~ /William Runkels, in Eugene, Ore. TO GO TO STANWOOD SAT. High School Gym, Nov. 13, 1953. .- ........... Conveyor ........ 1.98 rs,, Les Buell enter-] Wednesday evening a group of Evergreen Lodge No. 54 meets Whether you are earl~'or late it so. ~au~ you wm reanze tna~ me Wardrobe ....... 9.90 starts at ~9-00-p m a~fl ends at pressing need is for blood, so that bridge club Tuesday,118 friends honored Mrs. George this Friday, Nov. 6, at 8:15 p.m. 12" hon" "('i~'do' " hurrio~ other patients in a similar post- Dump Truck with Hj0rt won high prize[Ogden with a baby shower at the On Saturday evening, Nov. 21, the fro0m0 ob Murphy, second. /hme f Mrs" Jence F" Thmpsn" three lcal lqdgeswill gt Stan"m~ t~e-palace, dMruel~ by'71;om~ to~?n may be promptly taken care .Shovel .......... 9.90 St4~el ironing Boards 1.98 thur Thompson and]Games were played during the wood, where,*a fre~ turkey dinner y Hobbs formerly the leader , .... ...... ~d Lord.drove down to[evening, followed by the open- wilt be held, serving:to start at 8 of the Swi'n- Kin~,s will make we, the riospitai ~uila, wouldDump Trucks ...... 1.39 t Taint to ..... Soft Vinyl 10 " Dolls 98 iday evening to see/ing of many handsome gifts pre- p.m. It is free tp',Inembers and )ur fee ': .... like to come to one of your regi- .... ` . . lar meeungs w~th the blood typ- father Mr. Lee L./sented to 1V/~s. Ogden in a large friends. After the*dihner is served ~a~Ome ~n. an~ell:v~l~o~ an.a ing serums and equipment and Road Graders . .... 4.98 tlled as 'High Priest of[pink decorated basket. Refresh- a social evening will follow. The ppy .... a tne n.~)~oti~ With enroll your. members in thL sity Chapter of Royal ments were served buffet style, Social Committee, consisting of in. ~ Walking Blood Bank typing Logging Trucks .... 4.98 Drink Wet Dolls ... $.79 as. The public installa- with the table set with a pastel three members from each lodge, ~ '~, their blood right then and there, -'ers, held in the Scot- cloth and a centerpiece of pink who meet once a month to plan Notes giving each an enrollment card Transport Trucks , .5.90 22" Walking Dolls.15.75 mple, was followed by and white flowers, social functions, met last Monday ...... with their blood type noted there- ,~O -~ evening at the Smistad home at Marion Elizabeth VanDiepen, on. The RH factor will also be de- American Log Sets. 3.49 7" Miniature Dolls 1.00 Stanwood. Those from Arlington born Oct. 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Jake termined and noted on the mem- EarlWh attendedcox, GraceWereGunderson,Mr" and MrS.Mr. Van Diepen of Granite Falls. bership card. Always carry this Dump Trucks, shov'l 2.98 20" Walking Dolls.. 9.90 and Mrs. Andrew Lien and Mrs. Steven Russell Haga. born Oct card with you, it may save your Merrill Peterson. 31, to Mr. and Mrs. James Haga life or the lives of others inTOW Truck & Tools. 1.98 o of Darrington. some time oI need. Rest assured 18" Walking Dolls, DEGREE OF HONOR JUNIORS t Nieky Laine Colson, born Nov. we shall not abuse your generos- Service Stations 2.98 IJ ~ ~!~t'J ~0-~|1 ity. All members of a given "'" bride or brideshl'd 10.90 TO MEET NOVEMBER 9 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Colson blood type are called in rotation. Farm" Sets .2.98 14" Dressed ]3aby The Degree of Honor Junior of Darrington. "We need a walking blood ........ q~ Club will meet Monday, Nov. 9th, Baby boy, born Nov. 2 to Mr. bank in this community because VFW, hall, as follows: 2:30, 1st and Mrs. William Nelson DilIs it is not practical for a small hos- Scoop Rocker Dump Dolls .2.98 ar~l 2nd graders; 3:30, 3rd thru of Darrington. ... pital to keep a large supply oi Truck .5.90 collars o~er 7th graders; 6:45, those.13-14 yrs. Nellie Ann Booker, born Nov. 5 blood on hand. Whole blood will .......... of age; 8 p.m., those 15 and over. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Booker of not keep longer than three weeks. Freight Truck ..... 8.90 Plastic Tea Sets ....1.98 convertibility~! All members please attend. Darrington. so if we had a walking blood Treats will be given, o bank to call on when needed, it Convertible Cars .1.49 Percolator Sets .1,98 o Washington h a s 57 named would help save lives at no waste " ' " GOODWILL PICKUP mountain peaks of more than of precious blood. Police Car, Sfren.. .93c FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13 7,500 feet. ' "The cost of the blood typing French inspiration Mrs. Frank R. Hollis, local rep .... ~ program will run about $27.5(~ Coffee Pot Sets 98c resentative of Goodwill Indus. need for warm clothing is in, for thirty people. The Hospital Tool Chests ........ 4.98 translated by tries, is taking calls now for thc creasing. All types of household Guild will take care of the ex. Doll High Chairs . .3.39 next pickup of used articles, items are also desirable, since pense, feeling that this is a very Tournahopper , which is scheduled for Friday, tits reconditioning of'them pro- worthwhile community project, Trucks 6.90 Telephones, November 13. vides work for handicapped per. and hope that your club and oth- " ......... With the approach of winter, sons. er clubs in the community will Tournahauler black plaslic .....89c shah develop plan of mobile co-operate by supplying t h e Paul Parkhurst support, and our people must members for the Walking Blood Trucks .......... 6.90 Wooden, Rockers .3.95 know that they are going to be Bank. '" Speaks at C D Meet mobile, and accept that idea and "Those who already know their make themselves into" effective blood type may also enroll. Mr. Paul Parkhurst, Director of units. "Thank you in advance for FOR Civil Defense for Snohomish Mr. Parkhurst brought with bringing this up at your meeting, County~ attended the November him the 4th box of surgical and and we hope your organization meeting of the Arlington C. D. medical supplies, the other three will invite us soon to type each Pedal Bikes ...... 3,98 member's blood and enroll them Locomotive, Council held Tuesday evening, boxes having been located here in our Walking Blood Bank." Nov. 3, and spoke at some length a few mo~ths ago. These four _...I on the present status of Civil De- boxes have an approximate value rideon .12.75 lense, its outlook, needs, and of $1610.00, and contain dress. " ...... 3 98 possibilities. He said that Civil ings, medicines, some surgical * Defense has turned into, a pro- instruments, and would provide R ~i~1~I~ ~E3fltLL R Steam Shovel, Others from 2.95 to 4.95 gram of support and aid between minimum medical care for about ride on ......... 5.90 communities. The necessity for 400 people. This material could QUALITY 7.9o understanding the idea of mu- be utilized in emergency arising W.ood Block Sets. .98c in Mademoiselle tual support and mobility of ser- from natural disasters, if such " vice becomes clearer with the in- material should act be available Rubber Balls, 4" .49c With a turndown a staadup wing derstanding oL the greatly in- from local sources. " creased area of total destruction Mr. Jens Jensen presided at the COllar all in one! that would result from the use meeting, and was encouraged by Rubber Balls, 3" ...25c of the hydrogen device. Destruc- the attendance of groups from COtton beck with'solid color chambray tion by the atom bomb has been Arlington Heights and the Burn. Stuffed Honey established as extending in a ra- A question and answer period, in Filled Promptly and Accurately Bears .2.98 ight ttUder.collar. Easy to iron. dius of about three to six miles, which three was active audience ......... Electric Fre One hydrogen device brings total, participation, was one of the val- 19" Cuddle Dolls .98c complete devastation to an area uable features of this session. At- At " Train Set Completely washabl . of about fifty-six square miles, tention was directed to the Work. Puffy Engine .69c Sizes 10 ~0 18 With this fact in mind, it be- shop for Women' in Civil Defense .... comes increasingly importan~ to to be held at the C2r~el~ Lake ~ Buzzy Bee .... . .... 69c develop the .outlying counties Field House Monday and Tues- Nites 'til 9:00 p.m., Nov. 6- Dec. 25 and communities to the point day, Nov. 9th and 10th, under where they can relieve and assist the sponsorship of the American Pounding Boards... 98c critical target areas. Association of University Women I~clfh Sh Under the Mobile Support Plan, in Seattle. REXAL Rock n' Rider ..... 3.98 1088 O ~$ op the governor of the state is given The Arlington Civil Defense * AND WOMEN WHO DEMAND QUALITY the power to utilize every facility Council meets at 8 p.m. the sec- Clownmobile 98c of a community if need arises, ond Tuesday of each month, and ...... This plan means we must and,meetings are open.