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PAGE FOUR Garden Club To Sell Wreaths Mrs. Horace Enyeart. The Darringlon Garden Club will sell Christmas wreaths and door swags to help raise money for landscaping the community center. Each member is asked to bring one or more Christmas wreaths and door swags to the next meeting, December 17th, at the home of Mrs. Betty Szekely. The wreaths and door swags will then be on sale in town Dec. 18. Orders may be placed by calling 151. These pieces are equally suitable for holiday decorations or memorial pieces to be placed on the graves of loved ones. Sponsor Displays The Garden Club is sponsoring outdoor Christmas displays again this year. This time the judging will be on all outdoor decora- tions, and originality will count a great deal. The contest is open to everyone Prizes of $5, $3 and $2 will be awarded. The judging will take place December 21st, with Mr. and'Mrs. Nels Bruseth :and Mrs. Roy Loughnan as the judges. If there is someone who wishes to have their display judged, and they live in an out- of-way part of town, please call one of the judges before the last day. From Korea Virgil Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph l~wler of Fortson, called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Enyeart, Friday. He is home on a ten-day leave after having spent thirteen months in Korea. " Mrs. Bill Bryson was honored With a Baby Shower Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jack Faucett. Besides tbe guest of honor and the hostess there were Mrs. Gene Edlund, Mrs. Art Wright and son, Mrs. Jeanie White and daughter, Mrs. Jobn Ireland and daughter, Mrs. Mable Hamlin, Mrs. Mable Bryson and son, Mrs. Ruth Barker, Mrs. Frances Adams and daughter, Mrs. J. C. Bryson, Mrs. Dick Loughnan and Mrs. Edna Bryson and three girls The honored guest received many lovely gifts and a good timewas had by all. Thanksgiving Day d i n ne r guests at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faucett and family were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skag- land, Art Skagland, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker and family and Mrs. J. E. Faucett. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Enyeart and son Charles spent Thanks- giving in Monroe at the home of Mr. Enyeart's mother. Mrs. A. T. Enyeart. Also there were Mr. En- yearts'" brother, Charles, his sis- ter, Mrs. Ione Fleck, and his niece, Mrs. Ruby Bridges, and their families, all of Seattle. Of interest to their many friends is the arrival of a baby son to Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Howell of 821 Pacific St., Woodland, Cal., on Nov. 18. He weighed 5 lbs. 141~ ozs. and has been named Randy Millard. Mrs. Howell is the former Irene Mathis of Dar- rington. Mrs. Guy Lemmon, Mrs. Mel Garton, Mrs. Leo Sygitowicz and Mrs. Horace Enyeart visited the Arlington Parent Teacher Associ- ation meeting last Monday night and enjoyed it very much. They learned a few things and re- ceived some new ideas. The pumpkin pie and whipped cream and coffee, served by the men, was delicious. Mrs. Tommy Allen was fortun- ate last week when she won a $50 unmounted diamond in Everett. Mrs. Allen won fourth place in a counting contest. Which only partially makes up for the $80 she lost in Arlington just a short time agLo. Spen~ng the Thanksgiving va- cation at the home of his parents was Bob Andrews, son of Ray. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews. Bob is a student at C.W.C.E. at Ellens- burg. His father took him to Ev- erett Sunday afternoon, where he took the bus to Ellensburg. The Pentecostal Young People went to Granite Falls Friday night to conduct a Thanksgiving Service. Visiting at the home of Mr. Cole Ensley from Tuesday until Thursday was Mrs. Bert Hayter of Des Moines. Mr. Ensley has been ill for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashe and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Hanson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wells and daughters were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loyn Ness of Ferndale on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bagley were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Townsend of Everett on Thanksgiving. Mr. Bagley also attended the Shrine Football g ,ame. gpending Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr.~ and Mrs. George Jacquet of Stanwood were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jacquet and daughter Heather of Darrington. Thanksgiving Day d i n n e r guests at the home of Mrs. Carla Barnhart and family were Mr. , and Mrs. Carl Rathjen and chil- dren, Mr, aqd Mrs. James Sawyer and family, Mr. and. Mrs. Lewin Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Barn- hart, all of Darrington, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rathjen and faro. ily of Yakima and Mr. Chris Lar- sen of Anacortes. Saturday and Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Carla Barn- hart and children were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weyland and sons of Bellingham. Mrs. Sam Bates was confined to her home last week because of illness. Mrs. Floyd Phillips cared for her. # THE ARLINGTON TIMES, A RUIN(;TON, WAS] I INGT()NI TI I[TRSI)AY, DEC. 3, 1953. On Sunday, Nov. 22, Mr and Mrs. Gene Hooper and sons and Mrs. Hazel Jasper went to Seat. tle to visit Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thorne and their new son. The new baby is Mrs. Jasper's grand- son and Mrs. Hooper's nephew. Thanksgiving dinner guests on Saturday a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long "and family were Mr. and Mrs. Darris Long SISCO Mrs. Willis Hi]de, Telephone Jeanette Page and Marie Neely. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harbin re. turned from their home in Sky- komish to spend the week-end at their home here. After receiving word that her stepfather had passed away, Mrs. Bob Hilton, Jr., and her husband drove to Couer d'Alene, Idaho, on Saturday,~ Nov. 21st. Mr. Hilton returned home immediately and Mrs. Hilton stayed on. On Thurs- day, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton met in Kennewick and were e dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Record and family. where other members of the faro. ily and relatives of Mrs. Hilton were also guests. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hell and children and Mr. and Mrs. Elan Holm and family were Thanks- giving Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Knights of Oso. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elan Holm and family were Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Knights of: Oso and Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Hell and family of Darrington, children were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Jimmie Reece. Thanksgiving Day d i n n el guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones and two sons of Bainbridge Island, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Danielsori and son Dennis, Lyle Bryson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Underwood Dinner gqests at the home of Mrs. Sam Strbm and son Jimmie on Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. John Larsen and son John and John Sutless, all of Ex- erett. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tatham are having a new heating system installed in their home. Spending a week at the home of Mrs. Charles Booker and fam- ily was Mrs. Dave Marcy of To- nasket. Charles ToJlenaar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tollenaar, Sr., has returned home after spend- ing p# month in Tonasket. ME. and Mrs. Maurice Vincent and children spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. :Tupper of Granite Falls. Mrs. Vincent and children staved un- til Sunday while Mr. VinCent re- turned to work Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Waiters and family were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Deeter and son Bobby. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence West last Sunday was Mr. West's nephew Warrep West and his uncle, Ed Helwig, of California. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers have returned home after a long visit in North Carolina. Thanksgiving D a y dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White and daugh- ters were Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers A wedding shower was given in honor of Mrs. Gary Barnhart h~ former Louise Mathis, Mon- day night at the Grange hall. rnere were about eighteen friends and relatives begides the hostesses who attended. Games were played and refreshments of cake, jello and coffee were served. Mrs. La Vada White, Mrs. Mary Ann Hyatt, Mrs. Ethel How- ell and Mrs. Thelma Crawford were the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. El'ige Mathis, Mr. Talmage Mathis and son Jimmie of Everett and Dexter Mathis of Toledo visited friends and rela- tives in Darrington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodward were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welsh and son Jack. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright and son were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hay- ter and daughter Marne of Belle- vue and Mrs. Lou Pickering of Seattle. . levue and Mrs. Lou Pickering of Seattle Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright and son were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stuestall of Edmonds Arriving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roe Wright on Tuesday night were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sturgulewski of Alaska. They plan to leave for Chicago and Washington, D.C., next week and will be back some time between Christmas and New Years. Mrs. Sturgule~ski is the former Arliss Wright and she and her husband are on their honeyfnoon, having been married in Alaska, Nov. 22. Thanksgiving Day d i n n e r" guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roe Wright were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sturgulewski of Alaska, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright and Cheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright and son. Mr. and Mrs. Harold York were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests ;at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. :Tiemann of Everett. Approximately fifty-five per- sons were present at the Lions Club last Ladies' Night. Every- one enjoyed a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings. The table centerpieces were made of fruits, candles and little tur- keys consisting mainly of pine cones and were furnished by Mrs. Roger Boyd. Nels Bruseth sup- plied the entertainment with his flute. The Methodist pastor and his wife drove~ to Yakima to visit their daughter Audrey, now Mrs. Richard McGuire. While there Rev. Borseth made a quick trip to Spokane. Rev. and Mrs. O. I. Borseth were Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bishqp and three children at Montlake Terrace. Mrs. Bishop is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Bar- seth. There will be a one-act comedy play for the entertainment at the next regular Parent Teachers As- sociation meeting, Dec. 16th. The executive bohrd meets Wednes- day, Dec. 9th. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and family were Mrs. Bill Web- bar and daughter Paulette of Ta- coma. 5pending the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mar- gar~ were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tabor and baby, all of Fort Lewis and Tacoma. Enjoying television at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Sr., Monday night were Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Jr., and children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Weston, Mr. Clayton Bow- man, Mr. and Mrs. James Haga and Mrs. Blaine Colson. o Lake Chelan got its first stern wheeler in 1888. Torcompare gasoline values now with "good old days," test drivers at Standard popular cars of the 1920's on 1925 gas, models of the same makes on today's gas, '53 models modified to use 1925 gas. All were driven over the same course, on the amount of fuel till they ran out of gas. results may surprise you. Today's gasoline gives you, under com- parable driving conditions, 50 % more miles per gallon than in 1925! What does it mean to you? Suppose you started on a trip from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe with 12 Ions of gasoline--a route covering all kinds of driving. In the old car with 1925 gas, you'd travel about 131 miles; in the new car modified for 1925 gasoline you'd go 149 miles; but in the new car with today's gasoline, you'd go all the way to Lake Tahoe, 196 miles. Improved" auto explain part of this--but better made them possible. You benefit from the competition in research crating efficiency between other oil companies. gasoline quality, helps hold While living costs have risen 54' last 28 years, today's gasoline only 22% more a gallon (except fort gasoline cost per mile has STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA plans ahead to serve you better Carolyn Hayter, daughter of Mr.' /and Mrs. Charlton Hayt~r, Bert Hayter and family at Des Moines. proved was a broken bone. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freese and family were Charles Smith of Seattle and Pete St. Louis. Bruce Eddie returned home for the week-end from where he has been employed in O regon. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Garton spent Thanksgiving Day in Seattle, where they were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Overbey. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bush- ell of Seattle were there also. Thanksgiving Day d i n n e r guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vie Gilmour were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stock of Seattle and Gus Opite of Snoquatmie. Mr. Opitc is spending the week with the Gilmours. Thirty.fiVe persons partook of a Thanksgiving Day dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Sr. There were fourteen adults, twenty grandchildren and one great grandchild. Steven Russell Haga, four- week-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Haga, entered the Everett General Hospital last Tuesday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ham- lin and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. George Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamlin and family of Darrington and Mrs. James McCoach and Mrs. Martha Ham- linMo: Marysville. and Mrs. Charlton Hay- ter and family spent Thanksgiv- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ethel Jorgenson q Volunteers Needed spent Tuesday with Mr ~mderwood. While To Work On called on Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. Co ity Bldg Mrs. P. W. V anasche mmun and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack fined to her bed with Work is continually being done Long and .family, Mr..and Mrs. " " 1 Mr and Mrs 'W H Pray en- - County, and is making p ans for ~ . : . ~= ." .." .. _ ~ College regent Ralph Gfllespie of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. __ ,~. ....... :, ,. :,~:_.. m~^ Terry u t~rlen, all OI Marysvllle ~,. 4~rd annual meetin" of the tertalneu vlr anti Nits trader[, . .. un the uulHHzunlty Oul*uln~. ~lie .......... t*J~ o ~ ~; _. , .., - v'. ." --"-~- SpoKane told the rullman Cham- dinner guests of Mr. an(] Mrs e,ari Lvicl,~uesten anu We~,ern Wash ttorticulture AS iv~n(leVllle, Mr. ano Mrs. t~lenn .... , women are doing, the interior , ......... ~t " . .. . " w-~n~or and Albert F 1 a ~, e ber of Commerce. Scotty Swanson on Su: palHtlllM'~":--+" .... dflU'a Utlltr["*~"- juu:a""~" tiiat+l'"+ tWO, granoenlloren.. OI Arlington.. SOclatlon"" to be nelu Ill Janu" ary ....... " c, ~" ' Helen Underwood lhPv on~ in nn pffnrt to ~ot tho' Mrs. O'Bnen is the former Shirley at the Fruitland Granf, e h~tll in Thanksglwn~, day. On Saturday Gi]lespm, just last week re- ..... - ...................- ...... -- -- ~ Mr an(] Mrs Bail ofArlington~leeted president of the Wash- week-end with Gloria building ready for the first home Long. ~ z-uyauup. ", .... .... ,..~.^,~..u n,~,~^ i~ alvtr and Mrs Wallace uverholt Heights and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. ington State Farm Bureau, re- Arlington. ga,.~ ,~ ,,~,~....~,~ ~ - "*- -" ...... 4 Hers Receiv-~------- McCabe of Seattle were visitors ported: "I never realized this Sunday callers at ano mree cnlioren spent me intremendUSorde- *^ ~'"need"~"~fr tinre ..... heinrn~ ThanKsgiving ..... noiioays visiting A'~hievement Awards at the Pray home. quite so thoroughly as I did upon Vanasche home were l tu uu ~tL*l~ ~ ~t~U - plish this new goal. But a little at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. A1 .............. Mrs. H. Bassford has her attending an international ag- Mrs. Calvin Vanasche work from a lot of neonle cantvin Overholt and family and Mrs. ~, The ~noulteS ~lrlS~. ~-H ana friend Inez Aiken of Seattle vis- ricultural meeting in Sweden wood Manor, Mrs. Don .............. ----~ ..... ~ ............ ltmg her. where there were 36 countries Granite, Mr. and Mrs. put it over just as has been done!Enl,ma Johnson ofYakima. [ne ~2uuceea ~oys ~-r~ attenoeu . me ~ ri Acnlevement ]Jay alnner aws n " . ......... Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L, o represented. People from all of Everett, Mrs. O. Bo in Darrington so many times be- Mr. ana ~v, rs. tJlenoon z~oore ~mRatrn~oryan~ta~rang~?a~e~;Oe~ went to Segttle Thanksgiving day parts of the world wondered how Mrs. Lena Upsahl. fore So if you would like to had the misfortune to have a watch the fir'st home game in the pickup truck run into the side of a " la ue iesented b the to have dinner with Mr. and Mrs. in America we got our remark- Mr. and Mrs. a. D. 17 P q , P' . .Y ,. Ralph Gustafson. Mr. and Mrs. able agricultural production and tored to Mt. Vernon new building come out and spend their ear Saturday, near Arling-Shoultes. P.T.A. fox outsmnulng. . Lawson made a business trip to efficiency. I told them a great Thanksgiving day wi a few hours working and having ton: Mr. and, Mrs. andachievements. . . She .... also receiveo Everett Monday. part of the credit goes to the full daughter and family, fun with your fellow citizens their two cnnaren ann ,vnss Ann a pin for being a dlV1SlOn winner ----. " Cloer were on their way to Ever ........ Marne, Christian of Seattle vis- services of our land-grant insti- Mrs.~ Cameron Gwin. in the style snow nelo at the A card was received from E L ett when the accident occurred ............... ited over the week-end Nov. 22nd tutions. For instance our agri- Mr. and Mrs. Jim ~r ivlarysvlile ~ rl ialr Jean rmrrmg Howard saying they had t)een tie-" No one .was injured . " ." ' . . with Louise Wallitner. cultural extension services, or received a pin for being a winner ,layed by a snowstorm at Point . ~ ......... Mrs. Wallitner had her family anything matching them in get- entertained the followi~ at me same style snow ram ..... . ".. home with her Thanksgiving. ting information to the people, is guests on Sunday, P. of Rocks, Wyo., while enroute to Silver Wedding Anmversarg ~ampneu won a plaque mr ms Th'ose coming from Seattle were pretty well unknown elsewhere." asehe, Mr. and Mrs Tennessee. Later word reports A Silver Wedding Anniversary outstanding achievements during Mr and Mrs Carl Wester and ............ Thompson and Mr. and they made the trip and were party is being given for Mr. and .., - - . . . toz lanu-grant msntunons nerin Underwood and ram the year. Both clubs were well family Mrs 3.immm E~demlller ,~..~,~a thei, ",~,n~,rams whioh planning to start back on Sun- Mrs. John Cloer at the Baptist ...... v .......... ,----b - Mrs. Harvey Nielson, ..................................... McDowell and girls at day, Nov. 29. Church, Saturday night at 8:00 represented at the dinner with and ~irls and from Marysville ......... h ,,,~ao, ~o.~ o,,~trnV' thmr leaders being Mrs. Brltt DU-]Lawrence Wallitner and children and said "they have a close re- Mrs. Kenneth Taylor Mr and Mrs Boyd Cabe and o clock All their friends are car- dek for the girls and Charles land from here Gertrude Waster lationship to the United States two children and Duane Sanford dially invited to attend. Campbell for the boys land Harley. Also present were Department of Agriculture andWednesdayJUne Greenwithof Mrs.Granitc spent Thanksgiving in Everett -------'-- M~ ,,~;,~~ .... ~, ,,;o;, her frmnds: ,Mr. and Mrs. ~ari to state agricultural depart- derwood. Friday Mr. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the homes of Mrs. A. L. John-,, - , -** ......................... "l~cnukz at Arnngton. ments." He called WSC "a major George Brower of ( son and Mr. and Mrs. Laton Cabe on ~unuay at the name of Mr. ed with Mr. and Mrs. Seymour[ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carey went and Well-,respected land-grant in- called at the Underwood ~..a .~;,a..... r, ........ a ~. and Mrs Martin Olsen and tam- Shoultes on Sunday. Mrs. Lee is a[to Bellingham to spend Thanks- stitution' and sketched its legal -------------o------ a r v r t lly were Mr and Mrs Frank Thank ann t target your glK mr ex DARRINGTON CHURCH C be and Te ry Cabe of E e e t .former resident of this commun-tgiving with her sister, Dr. Akan. history briefly from the date~of attended the Shrine football Coonc and family of Concrete. ]ty~. ....... IThe Careys' daughter and faro: its opening of its doors January __ name.g Mr. Cabe" and Duane re- Mrs,~.. Coonc, is still visiting at the TnanKsgivlng nay guests oxlily, Mr. and Mrs. R. Rogers anu 13, 1892. tte told of the totality Darrington Methodist turned to Darrington Thursday wlsennome.. .... Mrs. Evelyn Dudek were Mr. and[boys, were also to spend the day of 190 000 acres of land from all Sunday .~chool 10 a.m, , ~unoay visitors at me nome ot Mrs. Clarence Jacobus and 4 chil-[as were some friends of Dr. Federal sources granted to make O. I. Borseth, pastor night and Mrs. Cabe and children mninod unlil .~undnv Mr and Mrs Ormlle Pearson and dren of Des Moines and Mr. andlAkan,s' The Careys stayed over- it "a !and-grant institution." He ll a.m., txeaing service re ....................... . ......... " _ _ son Dmk were Mr. and Mrs. Lars Mrs. William F. Dudek of Lynn- night, coming back Friday. said: The consumer, as well as ~penulng me noimay weeK-an(1 ~-..,~-a ,,.~ o~, ..... ~ ,~_~ ........ St..g,..u, sv,~ vu,ony emu ,v,t~. wood. I Mrs. Geo. C. Deitz was a guest the agriculturalist and the in- at tne name at ms parents, Mr ._~,__a ~,, ~, o, ..... a ........... Sta.~anu, a, o~ otanwuou. The Shoultes 4-H girls will]of the Bill Mullers of Oso on dustrialist, gets great,benefit Catholic Church (Darri~ ant ~wrs. uiln t~aoe, was Mr. ~)on- Thanks-ivin- dinner -ue-t- on Mass every Saturday ald Cabe of Sapho ~. g g g b s meet Dec. 5 at Ramona Hammer- ~ Thanksgiving. Mrs. Deitz'attend- from the research it does. ~riaay at the home of Mr. and ly's home for their annual Christ-led the wedding Friday evening, ------------o . Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Christensen Mrs. Orville Pearson and son Calvary Pentecostal mas party. [Nov. 27th, of Mary Louise SoperIn Arlington - Phone 1344 Darrington were Sunday dinner guests at were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pear- Mr. a?td Mrs. Vern Sowardsland Lt. Terry Mitchell at the KILLOUGH CLEANERS Sunday school, 10 aJ the home of Mr. and Mrs: Henry son and family of Seattle. and Mrs. Dell Wills motored to i Methodist Church in Arlington. for inn worship, 11; ~ennett of White Horse. Visitors at the home of Mr. and South Bend, Wash Sunday to Col Deitz and son Tom came from WATERPROOFING church, 7 p.m., evange Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins Mrs. August Paterson on Thanks- visit Mrs. Wills' sisier. [Seattle to visit his mother and do ~ vice 7:30 p.m. and daughter Marjorie were giving were Mr. and Mrs. L.R.Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hayeslsome repair work around her tertammem. , enner With .... a reau- Thanksgiving Day dinner guests Dixon and family of Seattle. The enjoyed dinner with Mr. and home Saturday. mg or a poem or wnatever me First Baptist. Church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dixons and the Petersons wereMrs. Fin" nell Hayes and ~ family The Carl Schmids had a tam- _presment,_ o has~ asked .of .... you. Alo~ Darrington, Wash. Ashe and family, dinner guests at the home of Dr. sgiving da). ily gathering Thanksgiving day _ " Chas. F. Brown, pastor Mr and Mrs N C Riddle , cnange and Mrs. Carl Curry and . . . - -------------o at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. " Sunday School 10 a.m ~v,r and Mrs Lloyd Phillips two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. _ :- _ . .... CHIMNEY FIRE Hegeman Mrs Schrnid's parents The Bunten's were Sunday at- lla.m.B.Y.F. 7 p.m. ] .........Tnhn Vovi~.... W,~,,~ --,,,~,,,,o~.,V,,,~'T'har~Lre~| ;,,,, ana. . two oaugnters_ spent TnanKs- A silent alarm was received by came from Edmonds and. her ternoon,and,supper guests at the service 8 p.m. Day dinnerguests at the home of giving in Everett .at the home of the firemen last Saturday morn- brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. ~enmia nome. on lnanKs- Mid-week service Mr nnd Mr W~xzn,~ OulrluH,~ ~rl Mr. ana lvirs. ~apmr anu ~amiiy. ing, which took them to the Geo. liegeman, Jr., and girls Alice giving they went to Mary_sv~lle night, 7:45 o'clock. ""Y.:'~7 .......... ~ ................ Mr and Mrs Jake Lorenzen fa.,y, a " " home of Ralph Bourgette on and Mary Ann came from Seat- to have ~..mner w~th the ~aipn ..... nd two daughters were dinner lxecent visitors~at the name at guests at the home of Mr and south marginal road. Five men tle. Chuck Webb was also a StucKs. zney and the Stuccos The Churoh of God of l Mr and Mrs Lawrence Freese ~'~r ........... " - answered the alarm . No damage guest. Grandma and Grandpa spent the afternoon piannl, ng~or Commercial Ave. and C~ anu; [amily" "were" Mrs." ~am" t~ates" ~ivin~V~ ~. ~roverT)~v ~arnnart on wnanKs- was reported. Hegeman brought news of a new tmrmtmas at the tmn.[en~s, lwr. Darrington, Wash. f c~ --e~ ----., o Walla Walla and Mrs Georgia ............... :_. At 10:30 a.m. the No. 2 pumper grandson who arrived at their and Mrs. uunten were in ~verett j. R. Rainwater, pastor - . lvlr. an(] VItS. bioyo t~anKm tR2g?si~f Arhngton. While here have returned to their home in was called out to wash gasoline daughter Velma's home in Texas. Monday on business. Sunday School 10 a.! ..... ors ana tne J~.reese ~am- Darrington, where they expect to off the street in front of the Mur- The Ladies' Club will entertain Mr. and Mrs. O. Swearengin ing Worship 11. Even ray store, where an automobile their husband at their Christmas were hosts Thanksgiving when ship 7:30. trip~''y ~wounti~ere vernon,'~t" LoUiSwneretOOK.tneya vearStay until about the first of the gas tank dripped a large quan- party being held at Betty Wi]- they entertained her parents, her Wednesday, prayer visited Ray Champaign at the - --" ............ ~ity of gasoline on the street liamson s Dec. 9th,, in the eve- grandmother, her aunt, and her 7:30 p.m. ~v~r. anu ~v~rs. l~loyu reanKm ann ~ ning starting at 7 o qlock. Ladies brothers and their families on Friday, Young People hw~S$/t~eynds:ted~rd.r~V2~l~l~yYr aMr~l a2nd sMrSn. G~e:d2:~iRank]n ........... A party was given In nonor oi come prepared to furnish" the en-rthat~ day. (V. L. B.) 7:30. ~ ~ Mr. ana Mrs. Jaernaro Sturgulew- -- -- and daughter Ernal and to Con- Arlington at the home of Mr. and ski Saturday night at the home crete, wnere mey VlSKea wim Mrs A1 Veilleux Mr' and Mrs fMa~l~lnd Mrs. Bob Spaulding and Glendon Rankin'and" son also of Mr. and Mrs. Art Wright. Mrs. Sturgulewski is Mr. Wright's iV. visited at the home of Mr. and twin sister. Other guests were Mrs. Frank Faulkner is wear. Mrs. Bill Nevitt and family at Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Wright and inn a splint on hal: finger. What Burlington. Mrs. Roe Wright of' Darrington, she thought was a sprain, x-ray Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hayter of Bel-