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# PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, ASHIN(,TON, TIIURSI)AY, NOV. 19, ]953. Mrs. Horace Enyeart, PAT KELLY HOME Pat Kelly, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly, ret'urned home Sunday from a hospital in Everett. He had spent over two months in the hospital following an acci- dent which occurred on Septem- ber 2nd, when the bus in which he and his mother were riding ran off the road into a ditch, be- tween Marysville and Arlington. He is glad to be home again and is very anxious to see all his friends. Visiting at the home of Mrs. J. H. Boehmer and son Meyrle are Mr. and Mrs. George Klokseth of Glyndon, Minn. Mrs. Klokseth is Mrs. Boehmer's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Klokseth plan to spend the winter in the west. Also vis- iting over the week.end were Mr. and Mrs. Nell Eoehmer of Ever- ett and Miss Jaekie Klokseth of Tacoma. LEAVE FOR' N. CAROLINA Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred• Nations and two children left for North Carolina recently, where they plan to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Reece are living in the Nations' home while they are gone. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley and children have moved into the Billy Bradley home in Darting. ton. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and three daughters, Donna, Deloris and Deanna, and two friends June Ashe and Helen Jones, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G, White of Bellingham. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan~Jac- quet and daughter Heather were Mr. and Mrs. George Jacquet and family of Snohomish. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bates at- tended the meeting of the Sn0ho- mish County Chest X-ray Survey Organizational Committee held in Everett on Nov. 9. Mrs. Bates has been appointed chairman for Darrington. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bates and three sons Danny, Billy and $ohnny, were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bgtes and son Jack of Darrington and Mr:" and Mrs. Farris Bates ancl children of Halterman Spur. Guests of Rev. and Mrs. O. I. Borseth were Rev. and Mrs. Ross Clarke of Stanwood. They all attended the Sunday morning services at the Methodist Church and where Reverend Clarke spoke. He also spoke at the eve- ning service at the Pentecostal church. Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morgan were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mot- gan of Fort Lewis and Tacoma. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and family. Mrs. Blaine Colson spent Thurs- day and Friday in the Arlington Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. (Biddle) Howard and son Roscoe, Roy Howard and Charles Booker left Monda,y morning for Tennessee for a visit. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and daughter Barbara and other rel- atives were Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Bullen and daughter Gall of Seattle. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Cabei and son Howard were Mrs. Jack Rogers and daughter Roberta of Arlington. Also home for over the week-end was their son Donald of Sappho. Miss Harriett Howell was the guest of honor at a shower given at the home of Mrs. Walter Rob- inson on November 9th. Mrs. Iris Nations and Mrs. Betty McMahan , were the hostesses. She receivec many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faucett and tLvo children spent the week-end i~. Seattle visiting at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Douglas. Sunday visitors and dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elon Holm and children were Mr. and Mrs. Erling Holm and three children, Mrs. Helen Cornell and three daughters, all of Arlington, Miss Betty Shahan of Bellingham and Mr. L. B. Knights and Mr. Clarke Knights of O$o. Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and:Mrs. Wal- lace Hell, and children were Mr. and MRS,. Carol Hurn and six childre~ of Arlington. Mr. rind Mrs. Clyde Howard anti sons spent the week-end vis- lung at the home of Mrs. Sella Hooper and son Robert of Birds- view. Sunday dinner ,guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faulkner and sons were Mr. and: Mrs. Tom Long of Seattle. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bowman and familY of McMur- ray. Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fer- man Henson and family were Mr. and Mrs. James Haga .and chil- ° ebren altd Mr. Jim Osborne of Mt. Vernon. Visiting overnight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hyatt on Friday were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jones of Skykomish. The Tawanka group of the Camp Fire Girls celebrated their first anniversary last week at the home of Mrs. Guy ~Lemmon, with a party of cake and keel ade. There were all eight girls attending. Week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon and family were Mrs• Faye Lena. han and'a friend, both of Seattle. THANKSGIVING SERVICE There will be a special Thanks- giving service Wednesday night, Nov. 25th, at the Pentecostal church;, There will be a play en: HOWELL-THOMPSON titled The First Thanksgiving WEDDING put on by the intermediate young Miss Harriett Howell, daughter people. of Marvin tIowell, and Mr. Merle Thompson were united in mar. SCENIC PICTURES riage Friday at a home wedding Several folks enjoyed viewing in Seattle. Mrs. Val Crawford of slides shown at the Forest Service Darrington was matron of honor o ~ hllr~ct~v ~xtonlncr • ~ook house T ....... ~ .......... Mr. Thompson's folks reside in Amon~ those showing ~icture~s Bellingham. twere Guy Kelly of Arlington. Pat Wick and Miss Edith Bedal of SWENSON.CHASE WEDDING Darrington. Cake and coffee were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Sr., served after the pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Jr., and daughter Elaine, Mrs. Frank GARDEN CLUB GROUP Faulkner and son Donald all at- ATTEND GARDEN SHOW tended the wedding of Mrs. Or- Seven members of the Darring- pha Chase and Mr. George Swen. ton Gin•den Club, Mrs. Amy Pea- ~on, both of Seattle, last Satur- vey, Mrs. Florence Sparks, Mrs. day. Mrs. Chase is the daughter bmrence Woodward, Mrs. Clara of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton, Sr. The Boyd, Mrs. J. H. Boehmer, Mrs. wedding was held in the Free-isam Bates and Mrs. Audrey mont Baptist Church in Seattle. ~ Jones,I attended the regular meet- The bride wore a white knit suit ing and Garden Show of the Ar- with pink accessories• Mrs" lington Garden Club on Monday, Blanche Larsen of Seattle was matron of honor• A reception was Nov. 9,. in Arlington• The Dar- held at the bride's home immedi-:rington ladies were special ately following the ceremony, guests on their program. Mrs. J. The newly married couple went E. Wolfe of Seattle gave a very to Vancouver, B.C., for their wed- good demonstration on holiday ding trip. , decorations and arrangements for Thanksgiving and Christmas. APPRECIATION Each member came home with a number of new ideas. The Mansford Grange wishes to thank the community for their CONDITION CRITICAL wonderful response to the Har- vest Dinner and Hamper Raffle. Mrs. Morri~ Long, Mrs. Alta Miss Helen Davis held the lucky Long and Mrs. Sam Bates went number winning the hamper to Sedro-Woolley Monday to ask filled with linens, about Ralph Dowdle, who is in the hospital there. They learned SNOW COMES CLOSER that his condition is still critical and still no visitors are allowed. Tuesday morning. Winter is practically right on us. The top WANT NEWS ITEMS of Gold Hill is covered with snow. EARLY NEXT WEEK When it gets that close, we canDue to the holiday next Thurs- expect it in our own yards most any time. day, I must get my news in a day Mrs. Alice Lemmon received earlier, therefore I will be calling you on Sunday. If you plan to be word Sunday, Nov. 8th, that her away from home and have some mother had passed away at Elk news you would like to have put t~iver, Minn. in the paper, please call me be- Visiting at the home of Mr. and fore you leave. Thank you, Goldie Mrs. Martin Mayer and children Enyeart, 511. is Mrs. Mayer's mother, Mrs. John Christlen of Cicero. LOST--Gray and white kitten. Week-end guests at the home Finder please call Mrs. Art of Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Rankin Wright. and son Randy were Mrs. Helen o. Nevitt and daughter, Mrs. How- ard Nordlund and her daughter, SISCO HEIGHTS all of Seattle. Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. Next Tuesday night will be La- Telephone 2117 dies' Night for the Lions Club. Newcomers Welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and The Sisco Heights Communit Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones spent wishes to welcome two new faro- the weak-end bird hunting near ilies into their midst. Mr. and' Yakima. Mrs. Axel Johanson, who have Visiting at the home of Mr. and purchased the old Stratton place, Mrs. Bob Reece on Monday was and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson Mrs. Wallace Kennett of Os9. and family, who have bought the Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Conner at- Fred Marls place. They have al- tended a Musicians' Association ready started making improve- meeting at Normana Hall in Ev. ments on their places. The John- sons are building a new large erett Sunday. chicken house. Two students from each of sev. eral high schools h~ve been in- vited by the judge to witness the naturalization of twenty - two toreign students at the county court house i~ Everett on Nov. 19. Ralph Kuntz and Joe Ensley, both Juniors, have been selected to at- tend. a birthday supper at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Underwood. Mr. Danielson and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch re- ceived a call from theii' son in Tacoma saying little Lloyd Patch is in the hospital, where he is suffering from 2nd and 3rd de- gree burns he received when he spilled a pan of hot water• Plan Christmas Party Community Club met at the Oscar Edstrom home on Friday evening. Plans were digcussed baby were there also. Week-end guests at the home of blr. and Mrs. Riley Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones and two sons David and Dean of 8ainbridge Island. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welsh went to Seattle Sunday, where they attended the "open house" of the new men s dormitory at the University, where their son Mr. az~ Mrs. J. D. Patch ,n- Jack is staying. . joyed a visit from their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolfe spent Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Davison of Monday and Monday night in Abbotsfv~L l~C.~ who are ac- Seattle visiting at the home of qualntances of 40 years. Mrs. Wolfe's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams and for the Christmas program. This year they are asking for dona- tions for the Christmas candy. Anyone wishing to help may con- tact any one of the members. The next meetkng will be at the home of Earl HfI1. Mrs. Frieda Patch fell and broke her arm on Sunday, and is confined to her bed. Little John Patch is staying with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson and family called on the Orrin Underwods Friday evening. Mr. anal Mrs. Bruce Bunkelman have re~[~rned from a two weeks elk hunting trip near FAlensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Helgeland were hit by a car in Marysville last week, which turned over their truck, but no one was hurt badly. 1 • Mrs. O. A. Borgen is spending[ the week in Everett with herl daughter, Mrs. H. J. McCauley. Jeffrey Clough celebrated his 10th b~z~hday with a party for his f¢iends, at his home on Satur- day aft,moore Guests were Dar- lene Underwood, Barbara Treen, Loretta Helgeland, Floyd De Verna, Tommy Johnson, Steven Treem Curt Helgeland, Larry a~d Mickey Pugstey, Mrs. Maxine Pugsley, and Mrs. Shirley Helge- land. N. Severson In Arhona Resting in the Arizona sun, that's what Wallace Severson is doing according to word just re- ceived by The Times. Writing from Ajo, Ariz., he says, "Am sending in my renewal for The Arlington Times, so I can keep posted on the doings around the old stamping grounds. Down here it has been nice and warm daughter, Mrs. W. Bodker, and two sons. They returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright and son went to Seattle Friday., Mrs. Wright attended a baby shower for Mrs. Earl Hayter. Mr. Wright and Mr. Bob Brazell spent the week-end at Ellensburg bird hunting. They returned home to Darrington Sunday night. Mrs. Floyd Wright and daUgh- ter Cheryl are spending this week Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes of Bellingham. Mrs. Roe Wright entertained the Bridge Club at her home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones spent the week-end hunting birds near Yakima. Miss Patricia Louise Mathis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathis, and Graver Gary Barn- hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnhart, of Darrington, were united in marriage in Snohomish Saturday afternoon. The bride wore a gray suit with white and blue, accessories. They were ac- reompanied by Dave Spencer of Arlington and Patty Barnhart of Darrington. They will make their home in Darrington at Chic's cabins. Dr. Watson of Cottage Lake preached at the Baptist Church both Sunday morning and Sun- day evening. ~, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long drove to Lyman Friday evening and had dinner at the home of Mrs. E. N. Bates and son Mel and la- ter attended the service at the Lyman Baptist church. " Overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long of Seattle. --like our July weather in Wash- ington. Don't need any warm clothes here. Can sit outside in the evening and cool off." CAMP I~RE Snah-mah-may Camp Fire Girls' secretary called the roll and we had a treasurer's report. We have $22.30 for our group. We worked on some handwork that some of the girls are making for our mothers. Susan brought the treat; it was candy bars.-- Scribe, Vera Grove. LAKEWOOD Mrs. Hilde, corr. Phone 2117 Mr. and Mrs. John blcManu~ rove been visiting her daughter in San Francisco the past few weeks• While there, Mr. McManus unOerwent a major operation, but is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chris- tianson and son Arley were Sun- day visitors at the William Hasko home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Scott and boys of Marblemount visited with the Bert Scotts on Wednesday• Fidelity Garden Club will meet Nov. 18 at the Grange hall. Bring arrangements using fig- urines for a children's party. Hostesses will be Mrs. Freestad Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Jensen. Joyce Brose accompanied the Bellingham Methodist Choir to Vancouver, B.C., last Sunday• Joyce is attending W. W. C. E. at Bellingham. Mr .and Mrs. Peter Baunsgard attended the Boat Show held at me ~'ield Artillery Armory in Se- attle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Fortin and boys of Lynnwood spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lis Swimme. The Lakewood P.T.A. met at the school auditorium Thursday evening• A report on the pro- ceeds of the Carnival was made, after which Mrs. Bill Hasko gave a report from the membership committee. It was decided that the Mother singer's group will meet the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month• Mr. Tom Terjeson, superintendent of Arlington schools, gave a very interesting talk. A musical program was pre- sented by the Lakewood band, under the direction of Dorothy Hawkins. Lunch was served by Mrs. Hart's room. O Christmas Seal Sunday, Nov. 22 Churches throughout the Sno- homish-Island counties will ob- serve Christmas Seal Sunday, i Nov. 22nd, when clergymen of all denominations will call at- tention to the tuberculosis con- trol program of the Snohomish- Island County Tuberculosis As- sociation. The Christmas Seal Sale to raise funds for the associ- ation's 1954 program will open Nov. 16 and continue through December• News and announce- ments of many churches this week will be printed in special Christmas bulletins, Mrs. J. G. Coburn, Seal Sale chairman, an- nounced. GETCHELL Mrs. Wi~: Hilde, corr. Teh: ' ,;he 2117 Talent Show The Getchell Community C1ut held their 1 .... ,l t:~lent show on Friday evei:i,~,, before a full house. The following numbers were presented: Duet-- Delores and Sharon Kluin; solo---Virgin- ia Lee; minstrel songs by the A1- loway family; reading -- Audra Moreland and Shirley Girven skit- Mrs. Alice Larson, Mrs. Rose McGrew; two instrumental numbers by Mrs. Holms, Mrs. Tol- lefson, Mrs. Lee and Barbara Lee; solo--Bet:y Lindbotg; piano solo--Katherine Kiefer. Commun- ity singing led by Betty Lind- borg closed the program. Host- esses were Mac Bosworth, Marie Green and Marge Moreland• Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Larson have sold their home and are moving to Marysville. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Fletcher of Alaska are the new! owners. ] Mr. and-Mrs. Joe Zaputal and] Barbara of Tacoma spent the[ week-end with Mr. and Mrs.[ George Wiggins and family. . [ The Getchell Sunday bchool children have started to prepare for their Christmas program• Mrs. Walter Bailey and 3 boys spent Monday in Everett visiting her sister, Mrs. Dick Spitzer. Mr. and Mrs• Aubrey Cheek, former residents of Getchell, are the parents of a baby girl, born Saturday, Nov. 7. The Cheeks are living near Seattle at present. Rev• and Mrs. Robert Suprun- owski called on the Audral More- lands Sunday evening. Carol Ann Brown of Marysville spent Sunday night with the Walter Baileys. The Getchell Homemakers' Club met Tuesday evening with a large turnout. Different work- shops were assigned. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party to be held at the next meeting, with an exchange of gifts• The club is selling chanc- es on a quilt to be raffled in De- cember. Hostesses for the evening were Tillie Winchell and Marie Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson of Seattle visited at the Ralph Bos- worth home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Seaunier and Ed Seaunier, all of Marys- ville, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis HiIde on Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spitzer and son, Mrs. Robert Hough, and Mrs. Walter Bailey and sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. el, Johnson. Suzanne Kiefer entertained guests from FerndMe over the week-end. IIBruce D. SHOULTES Mr!/Dies In Ottawa Mrs. Evelyn Dudek and and Mrs. Britt C. Dudek and children visited relatives at Lynnwood Sunday. Mr. Mike Bauer of Prosser vis- ited over the week.end with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hayes. They all motored to Everett on Sunday to help Sinnell Hayes celebrate his birthday. Corp. Joe Bauer of Mc- Chord field was also present• Mrs. Lula Knapp returned home from the hospital Friday. Mrs. Weldon Bohnert flew up from Bandon, Ore., to visit Mrs. Knapp while in the hosl~ital. Word has been the death of Dr. Bruce D dy, veterinary surgeon, tawa, Ont. Mr. Kennedy w~s 69 age. In his youth he school in Arlington, and wrote to friends" here good times enjoyed when a boy in Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Jalmer Portland and Mr. and ter McFarland of Mrs. Agnes Williams dren of Port Angeles Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Downey of home with Mrs. R. Tacoma spent the week-end oflWednesday. Nov. 7 with Mrs. Downey's sis- Mr. and Mrs. A1 ter, Mrs. Ed Lafayette. daughter of Newport, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John a few days last week De Costa during the week were Ed Lafayettes. • DR. W. GLENN BIFFER, NEW LOCATION HOURS BRACY BUILDING 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 121 Olympic Ave: Closed Tuesdays FE The ownership of your home is safe against any possible title defect if it is protected by our policy of Title In Jrance. There are many causes for which a land title can be attacked. In such cases, we defend it and if you incur any loss from the suit, we indemnify you up to the amount of the policy• Snohomish County Title Company ARTHUR A. ANDERSON, Manager 2915 Wetmore Ave. Everett, Washington Telephone Cedar 2164 . 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