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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURS., NOV. 19, 1953. PAGE TWO % ' ] Mr. and Mrs. Morgan and faro- STIR 'N ROLL 4-H BY VICTORIA ARLINGTON HTS.I ily left Monday for Portland,t The meeting was Mrs. Lynn Danielson, Maye Richardson, corr. J Ore., where Mr. Morgan is em-lhome of Julie Engst: ployed. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnlcalled to order by ] i m m BILL QUAKE orresoondent Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanser Breakfast Party son have purchased the Morgan Denise. There was a md family spent Monday eve- A time of fun and much met- property and plan to do some re- tion by Esther Swimme Basketball ning in Everett with the La riment was enjoyed on Friday, modeling and install a bath be-make Pop-overs. All Verse Hansens, who have moved Nov. 13, by fourteen ladies of the fore coming here to live. answered roll call. Heights Community ,who were Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher, report on the doll i Practice Starts out from Nebraska. On Satur-caught and gathered in to a Puyallup, and Mr. and Mrs. and wardrobe will be Coach Ernie Ludwick called for day afternoon the Merle Hansens "Come as you are" breakfast par. Thomas Karmo Seattle, were Louise s Baby Shop, '~'e *niti~l basketball turnout ofivisited at the Harry Hansen ty at Norman Chrisman's. Every- Sunday dinner guests of the Guy meeting will be held , " ..... ....... tiring snowed up t~urmrs, jeans, Kelleys Mrs Karmo and Mrs Arlington High Schools bas .... the 1953 54 season last Monda,,;nme, and on ~unaay, 1~r. and , ..... li ..... t"~'-r-sh''~o= _. _ " ." ....... -------->--- ..... __j_ - z ....... Mr ,,uu~~ vv~,~ u ua , w~, o,,- 21sner are sisters oI Mrs. l~.elley. _ ................. ketball team will open their 1953- l.~Ir~Ull ILJ~dil3 afternoon. Thirty-one boys, whichlMrs" .Leonard nansen anu ': year-old GraILdma Wold in her Mr. and Mrs. Niles Darrow and t, ne.~-~-~a~, t.~alr 54 season on Friday, December 4, I,, ! O * b~,q,,,~,~,~ hza latfarraan r~nond, and Jvlrs Llmer Lizs[rom were pretty pink l:imono and apron Neal attended the Cub Scout We met at the hc when Bellevue High School will*~.la~|es in ~corln~" -".~--~.'* ............. -y-/-~-,-f--7 t guests." ....... laughing an den joying it as Field Day at Silver Lake Sunday guardian, Mrs. Howa =, ea toe group conmsteo oi six Mrs tiansen attendee* tne dis travel to Arlington to open the i I " much as the ,~ounger ones. Neal taking ,,art in the s,~ortsIThe president Sam :Eagles' twenty game schedule. John Larson Sophomore 180 seniors, eleven juniors, and four-trict meeting of Garden Clubs " , events there ~" ~" !called the meeting to The following evening the Eagles ound fullback to ned the t,,~n ~mr~hnmarp~ n'he fiv,~ letter ]on Friday in Mt. Vernon. --'---- " i .......... : ....~-- m to Mount Baker Coach p . ' . P~. ..... ~ ..... ~ .......... ~ . ~. " Guests at the Frank Pigort From Florida Mrs. Una Carlson had her faitht~" uu~ ,,~tmg ~y ,~t ~u~t~eY~,t~vi,.I,, oh.r=,~ ~,,~,~ th,~l~agles in scoring zor me ~6i men consisted of seniors uie~ ~:r-lhome Monday were Mrs Piuort's The Ivan l~eyers had a lovely in humanity renewed this week, new gamesana~nen : 57 points, six more than Senior The following are competing crete " " of Seattle "anoti~er sister, joined tin found them and returned CARD OF THAi ..The f~l schedule is as follows![Dick Borseth, triple-threat back' for the Arlington squad: I Geor-e and Marion Baldwin them and' they had a wonderful[them. ] We desire to expr, ~ate. t)pponent Where Playea]who set up about as many: Seniors--Dick Erickson Letter-InDent ~l~e week-end with their week-end together. Lit?e Miss] Mrs. Wna Carlson visited in A1. kind neighbors and ~,e. ~---~enevue at Arnngton J ..... ~..~ ........ ~ ...... ,~ ~i~ rn~n" r~i,~u Bnrsmh (L~"Dicklnarents Sally -w~eyer,22 - nion[ns - old]derwood Manor Sundav at the friends our hearttfelt a.~e. 5--Mt. BaKer at Deming ~u,~,,u,, ................... ................ ~ .. d a r f the Ivan Me - " es io~ ~" 11 Nook~-okV~l ~tSum* [~,,l,~s~, ...rnana~edo to hit uavdirt;Schuh, (Second Team); Bryce[ The Plgorts spent Thursday in gran d ughte o . . . .y-[home of her brother, W. a. Hop- their m any. expr. s z ~ --"-" -"~.~ ~"~; ........... "~r". ~ -.- "- ~ ,Warnhea-t rST ~- Jim Cornin,, ~Snohomish ers, has returned ~o net nome lnlkins. ,patny. "rne neauuxm INOOKSaCK last season lnescoringwas as ~ - , - ", ~,, I t i "ST' Dave 7'uall (L) I Mr and Nits Gordon Hammond Seattle after spending two weeks[ ~,_ ........ ings were especially a follows" t " "] ; ,,~ , lne waylan b[arrs iouno a Dee. 18----Sedro-W at Arlington - ...... [~-~ ""rk'" wer-- Sunda" dinner with her grandparents. ] ..... Mrs John A Barot De~ 22---Edronnd~ nt ~Hmond= [~1,,~*~* TD TFP Tot~ll Juniors--t~on lnompson, (5.'1".); ,~,u yv . ~. _= . ~ ?_ _ . ~arge egg among some oougnt ~,~,,,~.~,,,~ " ......................... , ............. uests at toe Bo-'a varrlsn nome -- ~ -'- ,," ~,, .... ~ *~,,,-,,~,~',. :Dee 23---Mt Baker at Arlington ~Larson 9 3 57 Tom LrleKson, cu.~; uarren t~er- g Y ixrom toe rceu nar~leys, and ~,....',m,..; .............. 9... [ ....... " ................... ,, a ~[gam, (L); Jerry Carter (S.T.);[The Hammonds . returned to ~ Mrs. Leon& Montgomery . re-lwhen Mrs. Starr broke it she dis-,these days. ~--~: ~)~_~oo~sac~k~a=~a~tV~rl i~.a~o~r~ .................. ~ ~ 39] Ed Borseth (S.T.); Gary' Duskin I their .nme in ~:eoarn.ome aider turned Weqnesaay after spencfing covered along with the yolk and] The Choraliers are -. " . , - .................... . -- ..~, ~q'1- ) ~,~r,~ ~,,c,h,~ ~'r ~ ~spenmng the summer in AlaSKa a week in tvionroe VlSlung irlenus./white, there was another e~e to brine somethine f( ,Jan. 8---Mt Vernon at Arlington Cornin 4 z z~) , .................. *, ............ ' . . . . . oo o .... " ...... ]~ g. ................ ~ ,, ~,~[~....r....._ .... Olson, .S.r T.)," J~m" Ras-lwhere Mr. Hammond has been Sunday visitors of Mrs. Gerda]eomplete w~th shell and all An table Saturday eve~ ,san. ~z--~nonommn a~ Arlington ]connacner ............ ,~ u [ ...... ~em~'lo"ed Persson were her son and famil'" ' ..... " .... :" - Jan 15--Burlin~,ton at Burlin~,tonlThomsen 1 0 6 mussen, tJary zwicKer, J ~ m ~ :~ : ....... Y, legg w~[nm an egg. Lven toe memoers oI ~ne lr~ Jan" 22---Anacor'tes at Ar]in~7,~- I .............. --- -- --tCrabb. I.. ~v}r. an(t ~ar~ ~a tJaroer~ vls- -iv~r. and Mrs. Floyd Persson anti[hens are trying mass production,Club, cake for the refr - *- .... ~tea atthe t) bwanson nome children of Everett. ~~ 1 191 So homores Frank Olander ~ Jan.23---Marysville at Marysville Totals 29 7 P -- ' " v " " d .~ 29~d~r~r~s:llte:Ar~lSgt~n .... ~ ........... i~u~ (~u;hH~! h~y;L~tD~,~i~nr ~colil Friday e enlng and on Sun ay The Fred McDonald home wa,! First Church of Christ, Scientist . str?c~;gto~e~:~Tn~:31E~g!~ o "Ja ; etve~h'~ng the Ray Schem were VlS theo;CenoenOfwaed:inka~ndoBl:e .... sco " g g g P . " " T Birthday Club spent Wed- ber 11 honorin Mrs Lero Sut Feb. 12--Snohomish at Snoho. ]1~9 nnints of their 191 noint totallson, (Jr. HI); Jack Larson, (Jr. Jn~dav ~ftpr ..... ith Mr ,r,~al. Z.'. g . ". Y _. " 4th and Dunham, Arlington, Wash Feb ~' B--'~ ............... ' .... -"-- .... - ~ "~i~" Don Borseth (Jr Hi)" Stan ..... ~ ...................... ~ter~nere were twelve laules .t.~,-- u*****gtu*t at ~rnngton i tne iinal two erloos. ~ ~, , , ',,h ~^ .......... * ........ ]dur ng .... ,P . I~...~^ ,-~ ..... (~rl~an r~ ..... I Peterson, our new neighbor on]uresent games were olayed ~nd n Branch of The Mother Church The First Church of Christ, Cohen ~arry ~nu q [ the Art Larson place, or Chasone was usm' the honoree's iv" ,, in Boston Mass Feb. 23---Marysville at Arlington [held their onnosition to 26 points Smith, (Jr. Hi); Denny Hammer-IB~ra nlao~ "] .... g ..... g "I ' " ....... W senb Stan Tate ~'~" ~" ~" . en name vesta to make up a . . . . o during the same q ua~ers. Total]lYlrh:SaR2vSe s~a:2ci short on'ex 1 Sunday dinner guests at theltelegram Several very catchy tel-Annum Thanksglwng Day Service e. o J inK~irH~)g~_i ~ph~kn;~%44 ]Loar[rY Larson, and Marion Tay ] ,FCrOd~munlty meeting tonight clThes 42a giar)ge ,,a~agim, aklqlg,] h Nursery for Babies Is Provided in the Church Edifice Durin, U " " " ~ "Y]" " " . se Times .Classified Ads --] for t o ] ~,~v,~,~ ~om~o ~, ..... ~. ~,;,~), ]which will be drawn by somel b US~, effective salesmen. [ EXPERT CLEANING ] . ~ " , !day~ greeiings'to~ ]V~r's~.~o'm ~r'a~:[lucky person at the December ] i ,,jr. m .arnouu le,, Thuro,~ .... * ........ ,,~. [19th meeting of the Improvement/ were Mesdames Herb Fridlund I FIRST CHURCH OF CHRlgT SCIEI o ~ ~ Start Today Clarence Anderson Roy Reams, Now that darkness e ones ] ' Fourth and Dunham | ~.,, ~'., ~.a 7"4,. O. O~. l[ Coach Ralnh Pistorese called Elmer Elfstrom Alfred Sehei and early we hope to start our Ira- . ....... | "-~t~ ~-~ "4~ ~ ~ ~ I/ ........... 5: .............. [Roxie and Steven and Bob Kuhn.lprovement Club meetings at 8[ arung~on, washington ~ . _ ~, "~. ;,, It ........ Ihausen A*,~- .... ~,~, ~,,~ ~,~,o Iocloek sharn so those contribut-/ A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, | *. ,~ O. ~ ~ ~" I/~OV. X~, as turnouts got under .. .-" -:" .... ~'.'-*:~'*~ **':." s**~.~'[ . .t. ~' . + " ~'" * O J in Boston, Massachusetts. | ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ []xv~xr Arllncrtnn r~l~v~ {n th*a ~nn [Mrs. ~raflley an(1 ner Well-WiSh-ling to toe entertalmu~nt Dr -, ] '.~ ~_ ~. ~ " I/~."^-'o'C'N'T,::~':Y;~.~;;~ "h':_=::Z'lers enjoyed potluck lunch Igrams can start on the time[ SUNDAY SCHOOL .................................................... 11 ' v- ~" nu*~**~**