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• (~') THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TH URSI)AY, NOV. 19, 19oo. PAGE SEVEN CHILDREN BAPTIZED WEDDING RECEPTION MRS. LENA ROAL Four children baptized at morn- Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Purtteman OBSERVES BIRTHDAY in~ services at the Lutheran were honored at a belated wed- The seventy-ninth birthday of ~," ....... - ding reception Saturday evening Mrs Lena Real was observed in ,~:.~iii}:::~ unurcn on ~unoay, i~ov iD were ............. ' _" ~ ~ . : _ .......... " ' i~ov. i~, a~ me nome oI me critic's a nappy manner bunuay aher- ~ii:: ~ Anne 51eugnlot Vernn Lawrence, tne lniant son parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin noon, Nov. 8, when her daughter, Phone 1526 of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hafner; Mortensen. The yo~mg couple Ann McClure, entertained mem- ~[:~bL. ~~::::~ ~ ~-~- ----~-~ IJulie Dawn the baby daughter of were married July 28 in Coeur hers of the family and a few ~;~ ~ ~~ IMr ~ -.' ........ d'Alene Idaho She is the former friends The honored one wore a • ana Mrs. Donate trice oi t¢. i, " l 'M rten" " ' " " :~:~:~~: :~* < ...... ~/:::z, PARTY" TO ATTEND FAMILY REUNION [Marvsville and Jeannie Marie Shir ey o sen. corsage of pink carnations given ~.~. a "Groucho Party" last Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watkins have and'Billy Morris, the children of The large gathering of friends to her b.y Ann. After opening her ~~-~.:X:~!!.~:,~:}~ {~%/41m i5 evening when the a nice holiday week-end planned Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moe. After and relatives who.assembled to manyglftsandcardsanttaK{ng~ ~:: :~ll~!:::::-:::~a[~r ................... lchurch the children their par- nonor mere anti wlsn mem goofl~v,c~--~-~ o, .... ~. -~-,,, ......... :: :: ~"*~5~ -~ me, wl,n ior .nan.s,lying Leaving ...... -- W • " ont~ c,r~ndnnront~ nnd cns3n~or~ fortune on life's highway includ-three generations, delicious re- ~,i.; ,~ ........ O-::.,~[~..:~-~--m Sarkisian. The guests at- lington Wednesday, Nov. 25, they[~l"l'~n~n~"~n-~'~n~n"i~v~i'nn~r ed the followin~" ou[.of.townlfreshments were served from a With bow ties and dark, plan to have Thanksgiving din- ~)art~/-a-t-the'fiar'ol(t-H"afnerho"me" people: Mr. and ~Irs. Vern Bar-'table centered with a beautiful ..,.~.~::~::,_~.. eyebrows, some with el- ner in Spokane with Mrs. Wat- Guests included Mr. and Mrs. au: ker, Gary and Dean, of Enum-Ibig oirthday cake. The guests ~::;::::,~i!!~i: .... lit...... rl l~,,c*h nt ov kin¢' hr~thor nnd ¢iet,~ ~rl th,~i~lther Bestul of Ferndale Mr and claw; ivir. and Mrs. Loren. Bollin.,mcmfleo ivir. ana iwrs...~m]o ...... ~,s ...... ~, ...... " ................................... ........ ' -'-- ~er Mr and Mrs Bud Evans and:rnompson and two cnimren ' " he • • . Mrs. t~ernle ivloe, Mr. ano Mrs. g , • . , . ' s comical appearance t families Mr. and Mrs. C. E. W~l- George Moe and Sherrill ¢/S"t Mr and Mrs Kenny Purtteman Tommy and Ricky, Mrs• Arthur got down to serious bus- hams arid Mr. ana Mrs. C. A. Le- Archie Moe of McChord Field of Snohommh Mr. and Mrs. Tom-[Rochon, Mrs. Arthur Tl~mpson. .... ' 'm Evans of SeattleMr and'~vir anti ivirs rele r¢oaJ t~uamun The following officers were vine. From there they will go to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hafner, Mr.. Y . ., • ~. '. .. '.'~... .. ' ..... for the coming year: Mrs. Lynn, Wash., to participate in aand Mrs. Ernest Grefsrud and son Mrs. Carl Kiser of Kirkland, Mr.!~oal, beren~ tcoa~, ~vlr:ana ivils B'orn] ,president', Mrs. Sar- large reunion of Mr. Watkins' ~ Bradford of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Amos Purtteman of We. ~ tcay ivictAui'e., an~. lviarK, ivir. an(~ vice-president; Mrs. Ray family. 75 or 100 are expected for Leris Bergen, LeRoy Larsen, and n atchee;Mr: and .Mrs. Raymond iMr zs..Mer-~IllPe~on- and ~n .... ra oI Mar svlhe" anti ivir ,,,~,~,u,=. o=,u,,~ s,~t~ ,,,,u ~,,,u': secretary; and Mrs. this occasion, the first reunion Sandra Ray Betty Ann and Shar- D KeY , • .......... @ A1 lthe latest toys picture in natural treasurer• Plans of the family since 1919. All of on Moe. During the afternoon pic.!and Mrs. Bud Thomas, Mr. and were Mr. ana ivirs, woer[ r~oaL for the x-ray unit Mr. Watkins' brothers and sisters tures were taken so that the chil-: Mrs. Tommy Byron; Mr. and Mrs. New Year's Baby, and will be there except two older dren might have remembranc- Harold Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Er- were made on the prog- brothers who have died within es in later years of this special hie Rigetti, and Mrs. Signe Thom- )t the walking blood-bank!the past year day. as, all of Monroe• Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spen- cer and Carolyn, Miss Mary Mil- Guests for the evening * * * Also baptized at the same time Burton Galde, Mrs. Guests at the Floyd L. Langdon was Larry Craig Prather, the son Jr., Mrs, John Jenft, home on Sunday, Nov. 15th, were of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Prather of Thomson, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. been Morris and Lynnwood. His sponsors are Mr. Mrs. Fred Morris family of Richland, Wash•, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunderson• The assistant hostess, and Mrs. C. G. Jesperson of Brin- newly christened baby and his ler, and Mr. and Mrs. John Flet- cher. The bride and groom cut the traditional first piece of the large * * * non, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry parents were honored that day wedding cake, which was then ladies of the Catholic A1- Munro and family of Bothell, at a family dinner at the home of served by Mrs. Barker. Mrs. Ki. report a very success- Wash., Mr. Rudi Morris of Seattle, his grandmother Mrs. Grace ser, a great-aunt of the bride, al- Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. Quake and Can- Gunderson. Others present were so assisted with the serving• On turnout for the dinner dy, and Hazel A. Nelson of Ta- Mr. and Mrs. BasilDavis and either side of the cake, Horal the bazaar, coma. Donna Gunderson• candle-holders of white satin rib- * * * " bon an¢l pink-and-white carna- ~IRTHDAY PARTIES tions held~ twin white tapers, • Elizabeth Ann Walker was lending a dainty, bridal aspect to honored on her eleventh birthday the serving table. ,Monday Nov 16 with a party Young Mr. and Mrs. Purtteman after scl~ool. ~'hey played games]are making their home in Marys- for an t~our, then opened and ad- ville, where he is employed. mired the gifts. At five o'clock,I * they were seated around a table MRS. LEWIS BERGEN and enjoyed dinner and a big HONORED ON BIRTHDAY birthday cake. The guests were The home of Mr. and Mrs. liar- Sandra Aylesworth, Sandy and Patty Sather, Sheila Simpson, Corrine Orton, Doris Jean Patch, Margaret Corness, Trudy Lauer, Linda Terjeson, Charlotte Gilroy, Mary Lou Dunning, Dale, Nadine and Mavis Monty, and Elizabeth Ann's brother John. Shirley Alm- li sent a gift but could not come the plan that will On Sunday, guests at a famil3 birthday dinner honoring Eliza. bring you what you want: beth Ann included Mr. and Mrs A1 Garka, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ayles. Weekly Payment ChrLtmas Club worth, Mr. and Mrs. Don Garka. for 50 weeks Check for you Mr and~~, Mrs. Einar Osterlund. 50c $25.00 ~ Leslie Larson, Jerry Garka, and $I.00 $50.00 t~ Fred Fry. $2.002~$~ $I00.00 ~¢3 On the following day, Nov. 17, Corrine Orton, the daughter of $5.00-- $250.00 " Mr. and Mrs. Murray Orton, eele- $10.00 $500.00 brated her eleventh birthday. Christmas Club is the road to easy saving• No ~harge to join. Your small weekly deposits won't affect your budget, but they WILL add up to what you want. Join our (hristmos (lub! ARLINGTON STATE BANK ARLINGTON, WASH. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Joining her after school for bingo and other games, and refresh- ments, were Ann Walker, Mary Lou Dunning, Colleen Robb, Sandy and Patty Sather, Linda Terjeson, Kathleen Rathert, Char- lotte Gilroy,.andLouise Rued. The Arlington Business and Professional Women's Club will meet Tuesday, Nov. 24, for a des- sert lunch and business meeting at the home of Miss Alice Satre. Mrs. Helen Cornell will be her [ assistant. Christmas presents for "forgotten women" will be brought to the meeting, to be sent later to the Northwestern Hospi- tal at Sedro-Woolley. old Hafner was the setting of a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Hafner's mother, Mrs• Lewis M. Borgen, Sunday, Nov. 8. Others present were Mr. Borgen, Mr• and Mrs. Jesse I. Sill, Mr. and Mrs. Eben Majoy and children, ol Stanwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gleason of R. 1, Everett. Neighbors of Mrs. Bergen's who brought her up for a joint birth- day celebration with Mrs. Hafner the afternoon of Nov. 10 were Mrs. Maude Walen, Mrs. Hanna Knudsen, Mrs. Anna :~athiesen, Mrs. harlotte Rusko alad children, Mrs. Goodren Husby,. Mrs. Bar- bara Husby and children, Mrs. Helen Ottem, Mrs. Margaret Lar- sen and daughter, Mrs. John Michelson, and Miss Janiee Lar- sen. They brought a g~t to each of the honored guests and a no- host lunch was served. Officers of the LUtheran Guild for the coming year, elected at the Tuesday night meeting held at Mrs. Roy Larsen's:~home, are Mrs. Albert Kuhrt,~president; Mrs. Lou IIiett, vige-o}esident; and Mrs. Bud Peters6r~ sNcretary- treasurer. Plans Wer~ ~'made for the group's Christmas party, to be given Dec. 15, to which the husbands are invited.They also heard the second reading of the proposed constitution. Mrs. Ed- win Sandvig was the assistant hostess. Mrs. Anna Wangsmo and Mrs. Albert Colst,~n." • • H.A.T. CLUB MEETS Catherine Wegener was dinner hostess to the H.A.T. Club on Tuesday evening at her home on Division Street. Place cards were snapshots of members in their Centennial costumes• Roll Call colors--New ideas for Christmas pres- ents for the children. See Our Complete Line of Toys Take advantage of our LAY-AWAY PLAN was answered with jump-rope rhymes, most of them more mod. WINKES HARDWARE ern than ancient. A discussion of Indian customs and folklore fol- ARLINGTON, WAStI. lowed. The hostess showed a col. lection of some two,hundred per- fume bottles, all shapes and siz- es, some old and some new. Plans were made /or the club's second ( -----~ Christmas celebration. Mrs. Bertha Hinman spoke on the United Nations meeting she and Mrs. Charles Grewe had at- J tended in Seattle Nov. 11, when, Mrs. Roosevelt was the speaker at the A.A.U.W. meeting held at the "J. P. Mathwes home last Thursday night. Mrs. Grewe was the hostess." Mrs. Victor Olson and Mrs. Clif- ford Rod attended a Border P.T.A. Conference at the Leopold Hotel in Bellingham last Friday. The groups meeting represented the Federations of British Columbia and the State of Washington• For five days last week Dr. and Mrs. O. G. Kesling had as vis- itors Mr. and Mrs. Bishop B. An- derson from Mullins, S. C. They attended a theatre owners' con- vention in Chicago before com- ing west. Mrs. ~knderson is a daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Emery Cramer, formerly of Seattle. Christian Science Services On Thanksgiving Day A special Thanksgiving service, open to the general public, is an- nounced by First Church of Christ Scientist, Arlington. for 11 a. m. on Thanksgiving Day. The l#tter portion of the ser- vice will be devoted to spontane- ous expressions of gratitude by Christian Scientists for God's goodness as shown in spiritual growth, healings, and other bles- sings. 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Yhe car is the finest Pontiac ever built, offer- ing beauty, luxury, size and performance rivalling the very costliest automobiles, plus thrift and reliability that bow to none. The price is just a few dollars above the low- est. And even that small difference disappears !}! when you figure resale worth. According to independent research, Pontiac returns more of its purchase price at trade-in time than any car in its price range. As for" the deal--your presel t car will never be worth as much as it is right now. Get all the facts and you'll agree that deal for deal--you can't beat a Pontiac! BOYS' CORD SPORT COATS • • $7. IMPORTED LINENS, choice • • • $I. PASTEL SHEET BLANKETS ..i0.... $3. PASTEL SHEET BLANKETS $2.50 MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Imported Scotch grain leather .............................................. $9, WOMEN'S OXFORDS SANDALS $2. $3. $4. RUBBER STYLE BOOTS White. strap style. 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