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(, .... -1 , ) * PAGE EI JIlT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,INGTON, \\ ASII[N(,TON, 'IH[ AY, NOV. 5, 1953 Washington Congress of Parents and Teachers, held at the Meth- odist Church in Marysville, Oct. 27, 1953. The conference started at 9 a.m. with the registering, and continued until 3 p.m. with time out for lunch. Among the speakers were Mr. Jansen, re- placing Mrs. Dorothy Bennett, who was unable to attend; Mrs. Herbert Brooks, president of Sno- burnish County Council, Mrs. Eth- el Cramer, first vice-president of November 19th, at the Club Block Wardens Be Thankful That Citrus Is In Season* Rooms. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates and I'~r,m~ T~,a,, ~:~,~, |T~_]~J Mrs. Horace Enyeart, son Jack spent the week-end in I.,Ul~; lll/U 1131 IMP]Ill, ------" Seattle visiting at the home oft The Block Wardens have come U--li ..... 9^_ l~,J^~. TA,,, ~W.W.C.E., gave a talk,on "Parent Mrs. Eiizabeth Campbell and at- through again in a case of an |l~tlll~lWlg Igll I1UL luu Teacher Relationship.' A panel tending the University of WaSh- emergency. The chairman of the I~ , I! [discussion was held with Mr. ington and Utah football game FUnited Good Neighbors Drive in DOlsterous here l bred Giles, president Everett olayed in Seattle. [Darrlngton, Bob Jones turne(] the Hallowe'en came and went;Jt..n,-or College, as moderator; Mr.I Mr~ w~]tor Bate~ i~ carin~ forteb over to Mrs. Ida Loughnan D~,~i w .............. ........ a,th- ,n~ calmly with: * ght Ne ell, supermtendentitw~ "~f ' .......hew~ this week [and her block wardens. In a very .*~.:.~ "~ ..... .~ "~':~.( ^..~,H.~ced of schools Marysville; Miss Don-'T~ t~,,.~'~/..,~'-'~.~e,o ~^~ ,.e a,~ ~,~{i few days the quota of $1 000 was litUe or no haman= ~,, -,, v ,~ na Kell ' student Mar sville ......... '0 ,,,s a,'~ ~,,,o ~, ........... , articles. However, there were well. Hi.h scYool Mrs ~Nard YSmes iMrs. Gus Haley of Port Gamble. morethan raised. A totalsum of over a hundred trick or treaters a~ent gkaZit Count" and Mr'] Visiting at the home of Mr. and ~1,11~.oo. wss turneo in. Tne 1u- roaming through the town, in ~( ur " ~.o~ ...... ~,~,' ,.,,~L~ 'iMrs. tlarry Bullen and daughter[cai cna~rman wlsnes to compn- spite of the bad weather. ~,; ,_,.; ?,{ ..... ,;,_~s.=:, ~,c.e~,,~Barbara was Mrs. E. O. Thurlow ment lvlrs. Lougnnan and ner ]n,tarvswne, making up me paneL~of Seattle with Mr Thurlow corn DIOCK wardens for rrkaking the . . , . - -- - ~ visitor at the'Many questions and answers:in_ u- "o take Mrs Thurlow drive a success with their won- h~eWo~e~ecnt~r and MrS~hNwaC~ s'fere brought out m the discus, ho~rne oPn~riday. ' derful response. Riddle, on October 24 and* , Darrel Crawford Sam Nations ---- -- Mrs. Curt Furr of Everett. [ .........~--'~-~.~_~-- t Bud Hyatt and Robert White went The .Darrington Garden Club ..... .. .~ ~,v,.~ ~.,~, ,.,w,,~ ]olk h,~tln,]o~vin~, 0~ r~rid~- met at me nome ot v~rs. ulara Mrs. Elmer uaoe anG Mrs. 1~. u. Draw-~ Full House I'*'" ": ..... b, ..... e ..... J ~,~,,,~ ,.,~ ~,,,h,~r ")oth ~t a-qn ~iddlc, ~ra snoncllna a few days ...... tmornlng and expecting to return ,v:~, ,,, v~,,o,_, -.,-., ~.. .*..., ::~'~':~, i-- ~,~attle at the homes There was certainly a full Wednesday . p.m. After the business meet g, ;~."~" " .~.~ ~. ............ ,~.~ house at the meeting of the Lions] The local Grange is sellin,, they amcusseu" a scrapoooK con- oz mr. ano ivlrs, l~t~n/llt- ~l;~ ti ., ' / ~, e,, , rize family and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. ~Iub Tuesday evening. After a]chances on a hamper full of hnen tes, for the~ear,with the p s ...... , . very Generous dinner, me ous-lto be -iven awa,, after the Har- oemg a t~araen tsooK, to eacn ot xnxon and ~amny. mess meeting was. held, with a vest D~nner November 15th the winners. The two types .of ~,.~,m~,~v ~a=,~v ]discussion of several topics. The[ Mr A1 Davis was seriously in- scrapbooks would be Garden Ar- ~,~*~'','~'~'~v~ WRIt'.~'r lone big project in the making[jured last Thursdav while w'ork- rangements" and "Garden Tips." ~v~. .... ~ .......... -_-...f was plans for a Turkey Shoot. ing at Skykomish. He cut his left The president, Mrs. Bob Jones ...... Little Miss Cheryl Wright, ! Since tbp b,,~ines~ nortinn of th~]l ..... ~*~ ...... ^ ........... ;.~will snonsor the contest It was W~th heavy hohday droners nothing ~s more apropos as a first course daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd,meeting, was unite len,,th,, the ~-~,- -~ ,----~ *, ,---~- +, -- ~,~,-~^~ decided to make and sell Christ- thantangy, tarthalvesofju~eyFlor~dagrapefrmt. Fortuna y, theyre Wright, celebrated her SecOnd lpntortainrn~nt ~ ~ ~ dien~n~"al'" ~ - ,----~ ~,-..,.^---,-~ .... wr"~-e~'~o t'- hel'~ raise mon back m market, for frequent enjoyment of thin refreshing c ~us frmt. ~~~:e~n~d:n~;Uen~e~ ~wU~trn~sTh(~ t~)bleMd:s?pa:i~n~weie ~~ilitl ~~mam~e:~!!ii,h,~a~!;r:~;P}~i! ~~i:gd~~:e~rtoi~a:i:i~!!!is~}:e~ei ::f:f~dus~a~n?ea, ri!:!Crii; .......... "~ ----------- and will probably have to re-: " ,, !. ~ " Orange Cranberry Relish ~yaG~rle~Wl~a!~F'h~Len{~aYgn~!!', .,-,L___,___, _._ . _. ~ _____ _ ..._._.~.._., .._ ,..~h~itlab~lle~erlrmcmce [nal~drntethe dhyp~taflrfmrn~~eY sfp?~ee2?YeGara'rden:d'r4nw tn ,~eo~-~Ta'n~lPr~ays 4eUpPsS sergnberr,es 2 q~qO~;!deae~rangeS~eded HBeo~rd JLewis and Duglas[to~n-escn~P'taY'W~mcn ~was'per" !:ff~Y~"u~LrA~to~aVlS''rmeoa[mernn~cnool~:rma~.vesmL, anngn family nV~O:dw~rdogn~Voel I~'er~et'odes-(e~l Put raw eranberries and orav.~es through food chopper. Add sugar l~t, ndo The birthda~ nartv was~ g Y ........ , ....... :_ _,_ ^-~ ~..~..and mix well Chill in refriger~:~r a few hours before serving ...... g e . ' " iss 1 avi er wol-iil~/ FUlllpl~lll pig ~tllU UIJII.Ct ' . t~ ~'.'~ , " o~-,~ o ~-Howe'en nartv imght was good. The cast showed M He en D s, daught of . ....... ,~ a~,o n,~h T,~,,,~= ,.m YIELD: One quart. Thin rehsh will keep well an the refmgerator for ....... v ,. good acting and the plot was Mr. and Mrs. A1 Davis, is cam- ~*y. ..... : ,p,o_ ~,,,~, :y .... .;.:..sewr~l ,~ Attend PTA Confere--------nce [amusing. Mr. Parker Dyer, direc- brating her twentieth birthday oe the next nostess, ~ov. l~tn. ~ .......... ....... [tor, was presented with a perco- Tuesday evening with a fa, mily Mrs: Jones. announces that thin played games and enjoyedthe short time ago ~rs. r~laon ,,owe, mrs. ~uyl,ator, given by the cast. Marlene dinner. " Besides the immediate is me oegmnmg .or a new year refreshments. Mr and Mrs" James Ha~,a are Lem:mon, and Mrs. horace~n:lBarke~ and Shirley Shults were in family there will be Mrs. Duthie and anyone wlsnmg to Join me____ the ~'arents of a new son ~,ho ar yeart atteneed me ~ixm Annual charge of the makeun and Mrs Hazel Jasners ClUD may oo so at mis time oy -r,,,t.,~,, oh,,,, ~,,,, oo . e. ........... - Fall Conference, Dxstnct No. 8, The play cast enjoyed a party There will be a business meet- attending the next meeting. The'Lmns Club. ]s sponsoring ~V~gb:/ 3~a:t.AI~nnwgteghe~shpl{~s~" after the play, at the home of ing and election of officers at Arriving Friday evening and a Turkey Shoot to be held at the District No. 8. Mrs. David Wood, president of Washington Con- grass of Parents and Teachers, spoke on "Community Coopera- tion and P.T.A. Policies"; Mrs. Nell Adams, Director of Districts and Rural Service chairman, spoke on "Rural Service" and Mrs. Ray Freeman, vice-president from Region 1, spoke on "Civil Defense." Luncheon was served in the basement of the church. In the afternoon, Mr. Raymond Hawk, director of Campus School Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hasenyager and family. Jack Tibbets is one of this year's lucky hunters, having bagged a three-point buck that dressed out at 221 pounds. Mrs. Hoover Gunter had a Hal- lowe'en party at her home Sat- urday night for her Sunday School class. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olsen of Arlington, South Dakota, who had been visiting at the home of Reverend and Mrs. C. D. Andrews and family, have left to return tb their home, after a brief trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and daughters visited in Seattle Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. lrvin Ness, where Mr. and Mrs. Marc Close of Victoria, B.C., was also visiting. The Well Baby Clinic will be the next Teenage Dance., Mr. and Mrs. George Hamlin and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamlin and son Dale were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hamlin and daughter Dianne. Sunday visitors at the home of visiting until Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy.Lough- nan were the Misses Grace and Clare Engelsen of Shelton. Spending the week.end at th, home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Loughnan was their daughter Kathleen of Seattle. homes of other friends. Spending this week at ,the Mr. Roy Loughnan and Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hyatt Lloyd Loughnan plan to attend is Mrs. Rich 2ones of Skykomish, the Pacific Logging Congress and formerly of Darrington. Logging Machinery Shokv at the Civic Auditorium in Se, attle, Nov Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pearson 4, 5 and 6. ~vinr? son called at the home of The Tawanka group of the Ed Tyler and daughter Er-Camp Fire Girls had a Hallowe'er Ski Area Sunday, Nov. 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. McClellen of California spent tl~ree days of last week at the Darrington Mill. They were returning from their summer camp in Canada. Swanson's mother, Mrs. Edna Burns of Marblemount, formerly of Darrington. Mrs. Burns' visit was in honor of her granddaugh- ter's birthday. Billy West suffered second de- gree burns about [he face Wed- nesday when a can of diesel ex- mal of Sedro-Woolley, Sunday~ party at the home of Judy Woods r~r~ ~ ,sr--sr-~ ~ ~a ",nd later visited at the homes of]Friday night Each girl brought UIN[- 1/-~ | [-- ~1~/.~ I'~1 Mrs Pearson's relatives in Stan- one guest, makir~g twenty girls I ,,ood. Mr. Tyler and daughter are in all. l" OPTOMETRIST former residents of Darrington. , I Mr. Jirn Reece and son Jimmie Cut~ Nose [ BAyview 9015 and Mr. Ivan Jones spent several Rodney Moore, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Glendon | 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, Washington da3~s bi~id hunting near Colfax Moore, cut his nose, requiring one t. --..--.--------- , ano ~a~]ma. stitch, while playing last week. Monday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Jim Reece and fam- ily were Mrs. Merril Metzger and is your Mrs. Blanche Lane of Arlington and Mrs. George Peterson, Mrs. Ruby Neff and son Lynn, all of Marysville. FOR SAFETY'S SAKE PLEASE KEEP YOUR ANTENNA AWAY FROM ELECTRIC WIRES Mrs. Bob Jones, Mfrs. Jim Reece and Mrs. Ivan Jones attended a dinner at the Cedarcrest Golf Course Wednesday night, where Mrs. Reece was awarded a trophy for first flight Mrs. Fred Rensink's Sunday School class had a masquerade party at her home Saturday night. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doy Riddle. and family were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Le Fluer of Everett and Mr. Earl Plant of Seattle. Mr/ Plant is Mrs. Riddle's brother Bud Sawyer and A1 Howard are elk hunting near Ellensburg. They left Saturday morning. Party guests at the home of Mrs. Dick Pomeroy and family on Friday night were Jean Glhdsjo, Donna Bryson, Joan Bryson, Bev- erly Broten, Joan Afseth, Patty Smoke and Karen Curry. The ploded. Saturday evening visitors a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White and family were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barnard and daughter of Arlington Mr. Dick Pomeroy returned home Saturday after a tonsilec- tomy in the Providence Hospital in Everett on Friday. A Hallowe'en party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick lingsworth and-family was Mr. Pomer0y Saturday night for theIThmas Ellison and two children of R. 1, Concrete. Mr. Ellison is local Forest Service employees and their wives, also a few Mrs. Hollingsworth's only broth- couples from Verlot and Marble-~er. mount. There were about twen-| School was dismissed early ty-five people attending, iMonday afternoon for a teachers Mrs. Art Wright went to Seattle meeting. Friday night to see her new niece, Margatet Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hansen, who arrived on Wednesday. Mrs. Wright remained in Seattle until Sunday night when she returned home, bringing Mary Hanson with her. Conducting the morning and evening services at the Baptist Church last Sunday was Dr. J. F. Watson of Cottage Lake. He was entertained at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates. 6 ozs. and has been named Ste- phen Russell Maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Sr., of Darrington and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Haga of Skykomish, formerly of Darrington. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Colson have a new boy who arrived at the Arlington Hospital, Nov. 1st weighing 6 lbs. 6 ozs. He has been named Nickie Blaine He joins a brother and two sisters. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Sr., and the pa- ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Niles Colson, all of Darring- ton. Mrs. James Haga and' Mrs. Blaine Colson are sisters and both in the Arlington Hospital with new sons. Mrs.. Walter Morgan of Tacoma is visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown Mr. and Mrs. Brown drove to Ta- coma to get her. Mr. Richard Bowma nwas ta- ken to the Arlington Hospital last Wednesday with back injuries re- sulting from a tree falling on him at his home. Clyde Tatham drove the ambulance and Gordon Me- Arthur was the attendant. Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Hol- & FAREWELL PARTY FOR MRS. RAMSEY Thirty members of the local Seventh Day Adventist Church" surprised Miss G-rtrude ~ar ..... at her home on Burke St., Sat- urday evening, Oct. 24. They wished to show their love nnd appreciation for her work in this place. Miss Ramsey has oainted and presented to the Church a beautiful picture, which will be installed as soon as the Mrs. Sam Bates received a call interior has been completed. from her cousin, Mr Will Carpe~a-I The members took this way of ter of Seattle, Sunday morning, i~-aving "Good Bye and God saying that their cousin Mrs. lbless," as Miss Ramsey has pur- Louellen Ledford of Franklin, leha~ed a home in the city of Bel- N. C., had passed away at ~ellingham. home of h'er daughter Mrs. Willie The evening,was spent in play- Mac ttelton" of Clemson, South ing games and conversation At ;Carolina. Mrs. Ledford visited at the close of the evening ice cream Ithe borne of Mrs. Bates only a ~-'~ cake was served. WALKING TO LOW ... on all GENUI FORD BATTER Wil! prevent this ha to you. e. Fresh Stocks ! Dependable ! Powerful ! Long Life! as low as... Warranties Up to 36 Fits all popular DRIVE IN TO FREE BATTERY INSPEC' " Ask/or Fomoco $1.50 Quantity Prices for Anti-Freeze upon Better Buys Back "The Welcome is out for you a sure sign of Your televisio, antenna is means of bringing you much pleasure But it can also cause tragedy, distress or inconvenience to you o'r your neighbors if improperly installed or located too close to electric power lines. Here are a few generally accepted good installation practices which will insure good reception and a maximum degree of safety. .1. 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