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THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLYNGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1953. PAGE FIVB BY m m "*BILL QUAKE i Basketball - - :r _ .., ,, ,, Jr. Hi Basketball I] V WIUI bell A sparse turnout'of thirteen .... - : ..... . boys opened the Jr. Hi practice ~rnie LuawicK will send LuowicK nasn t too much height sessions last week under Coach -54 model of Arlington's to work with, although Dick Er- Ralph Pistorese AHington will ra into battle.fur the first lckson" and Thomn~nn~.v.., when he be .... defending their laaz-a6 cnam- s season Friday night .............. wn plonshlp title this season. The When the hopeful Eagles is in mere, will no| melr o Eaglets are given little chance a potent Overlake High in that department. Arlington to retain their crown. Boys turn- ol ] Bellevue Ludwick boasts of some good specs in ing out for the squad are Bob o, ed m u c h success ispots, Borseth, Tommy Erickson, Krause Dick Jensen, Alvin Try- the Wolves in past years, and Bergam all being able to on David Land, Robert Rylie, es to continue the string break away given an even Jack Williams Frank Russell, 'ies before a home crowd, chance. The Eagles boast of three Don Olstad, Bet) Jacobsen, Denny ae will start shortly after fine shots, Tommy Erickson, Ber-Duskin Daryl Gentry Melvin k, the second teams of gam and Quall sh)~wingt]~bility Borseth', and Gerre Rust. Man- heels opening the new to pot their set she " g . avers for the coming season are at 7 o'clock. [results. It looks like it will be Jim Ballard and Don Swanson. e " Borseth doing the driving Bur- Lm~un [ The Jr H1 squad wzll meet t two we'eks of practice the seth and Dick Erickson doing the Twin City in a practice game be- thus been divided,into two all import, ant backboard WORK, fore taking on Monroe, their first , W" wick nandlin an(] me omer trio aomg me seer- ~ e nrmano,t ~t avl;,,,t,,,, lm LUG g . __ leaou_ _,-,-- ..... - ....... ~, .... irsitv and assistant Larry[inv. Arlington's reserve strengm next week. ~a t/~king over the reserves, is not too strong. Earnhart ann ' nnclorol~r~on ~ t i 1 iICorning had some experience LUTHERAN LADIES lg on't'oairst sq'uadberth, last season. Jerry Carter, eXwP~C~ TOHOLD.SHOWER .. vi r' - gh maybe temporarily, are" ed back to carry me mau Tne males oI t9 r ~a o s ,.u- ~rseth. Br ce Earnhart, the first line falters, will be out theran Church will hold a baby I Bergam D(ck Schuh, Run with an injured back until some shower at the next Ladies' Aid )Son, Dick Erickson Tom- time in January.. Carter suffered meeting, Thursday, Dec. 10, at the lckson Jim Corning, Gary the injuryin football and it has church parlors, beginning at 2 I and i~d Borseth No start- not yet responded to treatment, p.m. ~eup has been announced Defensively the Eagles should do The shower is in behalf of the Bellevue contest, but it all right, Ludwick being able to Ackerson Home for Invalid Moth- be the five returning let- put up a usually strong defense ers, Seattle. t of last season, Borseth with what he has, a noted Lud- ------------o Uall at the forwards, Dick wick trait. ! "| ~n in the pivot, and Tommy At Mt. Baker Satul~la . . I OSO , [ ~n and Ber~am in the After the Bellevue contest, Ar- l ....... I ........ "-'-er on Sat LI --Mrs I~ellle ~eorge, I slots Coach Ludwick has lingmn goes to lwu r~aK " I " ~ve working as one unit, urday night, playing the Moun-I] correspondent. I Thompson and Earnhart taineers at Deming. ArlingtonI Col. George H. Dicta and fam- tg the forward spots Schuh hits the road the following Fri- ~ily of Seattle and Mrs. George C. ter and Corning Ed Bur- day also, playing at Sumas-Noo.l~- Dicta of Lake Riley were guests nd'Duskin at guard on the sack, before opening the Nortti-on Thanksgiving day with Mr. :s. west League at home against the ~nd Mrs. Bill Muller and. family. Eagles haven't been too highly rated Cubs of Sedro-Wool- Of special interest is the fact ~ive m' eany" - turnouts.lle"~, that Mrs. Dicta of Lake Riley con- tributed a cake that she had / /! /~L:i.! .... ~- ~*----~a~- made and baked in a cake form Drenuemun, IL, IUIUI-CI! b UlII ;I , that had belonged to her rela- . _ . . i. I */ tives in Germany, which is over d Pr, - .dent A[ ,.lorary 80 years old. Mrs. Dietz's grand. ....... . An mnovauon "" at the p-ublic son , Lt.. George R. Dicta, now sta-. tinned in Germany had sent this n ouncd library is the establishment of a .... ' .. ~lO C ................. v~s cake iorm to her in ~eptember 'Cnllflren S corner .uo~ ~.~, ~ .... " - ke Hannah Bucklin has gone to meeting of the ,~rnng- have oeen re-arrangeu to ma ....... i - ~regon to resme near her uaugn- cation Council, held at room for a low table. W-rere ~hi~ ter Mr Grote the present owner dren may enjoy pmtu ' " m ' tgton City Hall Monday ............... ,.^ _.~..,, of the for er Bucklin farm has While melt par~nt~ lIl~tl%~ d.UUIL 'V. 30th Mrs. Edna Bren- selection of books in other de- leased his farm to Milton Lane; of tha' Br,,ant district ............ wno nas taken posses|on ann ~,.~ ; , panmems. ~turoy iOlolng chairs, ~. r~.^~ h .... wn ;.,~ +~,, ~d president of the iuvenile size, have been pur- 7"'" '~, ....................... the coming year. etA- chased to accommodate t h e Lane home. ^" - K i h" elec ed at this time ...... lvtr aria lvirs ularK n g ts re- .... youngsters, ano oo mey love "_ .~ _ .. " t" ~ , turneo bunoay alter a visi~ with ~oai, vme-preslaen , them.One hundred*o children s ,, Kni ht ........ rs ~wrs g s ZOIKS me t~anners treasurer. M books borrowed from the state ' ' was re-elected library are being returned others at Daisy, Wash., where their .sons nan oeen mr some ume previous. are expected soon to replace ly. The boys came home with ~bers of the board of trus- them. , o Bill Quake, Dave Helms, their parents. Thus Terjeson, Edna The nation s first apple show Betty Pearson will appear in a piano recital in Everett next Sat- and Bill Kline. took place in Spokane in Decem- urday afternoon. ber, 1908. Tom Geraghty, present owner LAUERMAN OP TOME TRIS T BAyview 9015 Colby Avenue Everett, Washington Hu rry ! Hurry ! Make your appointment now for that All work guaranteed. Prices are right. of the home south of the "Stilly" bridge in Use, has gone to Boise, Idaho, for a few months' visit with relatives. Miss Dixie Pumphrey was married last Saturday to Curtis Estes and is now residing in the Geraghty house. Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Daniels were Thanksgiving guests in Everett of Mr. and Mrs. Martin O'Sulli. van. They were accompanied on their return home by Cheryl Hagglund, who visited until her parents came after her on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Pearson and famil- had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Par- ish and son of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole and boys of Lake Stevens called on Sunday with Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cole. bridge between Robinsons andlto spend the holidays with Mrs, BURN HILL WHITE HORS'E McMahans on the Swede Heaven ] Bound's parents, Mr. and Mrs, road was entirely rebuilt, andtJohn Campbell of White Horse. AND VICINITY Mrs. M. Fleming, the Segelson creek bridge wasl Mr .and Mrs. Pete Larson of Betty Tveit corresponding, replanked. Also near White Horse!Swede Heaven traveled to Ar- pa~r the Moose Creek bridge was re-]lington to spend Thanksgiving Sandra sons rOCharlesOkin~WaBertels has been trans, built, with their daughters and their Goes to _ I families. They ate dinner at the ferred from the Whidbv Island ,..,cage The White Horse Birthday Club home of Mr and Mrs Gus Wi k. naval base to Okinawa for a pc- met at the home of Mrs. Swill-iMr. and Mrs. Tuck Walker joined Miss Sandra Parsons left fo riod of eight months. He left No-ling on Nov. 20th honoring the l them there. Chicago on Wednesday, the 25th vember 21st. Rodney Bertels, who " " I " . ~ e rs and of November. Mrs. Leila Steckel. was sent east from Whidby some birthday of Grace Tucker Among Mr and Mrs Finns Sk e those present were Noreen Ner. family iourneved v llun to berg took Sandra's mother to Se- time ago, is now returning to . . , .... to Pu,a ,_ __ Imo Maxme Hanten Ruth CAll-'eat Thanks ivin dinner attle Pacific College, where they Washington and will again be , . . .. -' ,. . := ] g g at the cote uulu ~genman. ~vlarle Ber-home of Mrs Skeers' m,,t~*,- ceededPieked toUP theSandratrain anddepot.allTherePrO- the Whidby IslandtelSr, BesS..aliskaShattuckse_ ' ........ Agnes Twllh- I *'r~vi. anu ........... virs. verlen twungear they were met bv Sandra's tv~o -------- ge, vm ~ nmlo[, vl beron,)and Valiska Schmidt and small brace luc~er ann me nostess, sons en'o ed Th ..... aunts, Mrs. Elsie lqowell and Mrs. Bridges Repaired .......... J y anKsg~vlng sin- Myrtle Ambrose, who came to see Some improvements were made tsaoelm ~wunng. her in Darrington at the home Sandra off. While there Stella last week by the county on three Anna Lee Wold of . Everett [of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lowe Parsons was surprised to meet an bridges in the vicinity. The spent the past weeK-ena at thei The Jack Swim~, f.~mn,, o.o old schoolmate from Carnation ~---- Skeers home near Fortson the h li-a din ..... ~' *~'"'??" "~ whose son had won a trip to Chi- Local Gun Club I [ o o y her in ~eatue a~: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ryan and[the home of Mrs. Swilling's moth- cage. There were many delegates I three enhoren ~rom ~ellingnam er Mrs Waller spent Thanksgiving at the Alvis~' " from all parts of the state and Christmas Shoot .... Mr and Mrs. James Anderson june boy from Fairbanks, Alaska, t~ertels home .......... ~ . ~ ~ ..... lana iamlly spent rnursaay ann and a girl from Matanooska, Next bunlav I tvtr. ann ~virs. ~anoway ana lFriday in Mt. Vernon visiting Alaska, and two delegates from .~ small son were up ~rom beattle "v .... [ relat] es. Hawaii. The whole party were On Sunday, Dec. 6, the annual[to eat Thanksg~vmg droner wathI Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Fowler o~ pleased, to get to look over the Christmas shoot of the Arlington[tpe Mel Anoersons. . m, , [Swede Heaven are busy building train and report it was beautiful. Gun Club will be held ~ t the ~mong muse enjoying ~nanKs- an addition on to their home, Mrs. Stella Parsons has received a card from Sandra stating that traps on the Arlington a rport.lgiving dinner at the Gerald Ashet o----------- There will be several event:;, and[home at Squire Creek were Mr.]~ she is having a wonderful time, prizes are merchandise, i~unch[and Mrs. Burke Henson, and Mr. I .......... | so we should hear a good report will be served at noon. ~and Mrs. Ferman Hensen and I now ~nrlsuan ~clence heals [ from Chicago when she gets back. ~ [children, all of Darrington. /I ,,e.~ v~n Affnvd | The Burn Hill Community Club In Arlin to- m.^-.. ~ ~ Lewis Ashe spent the pastil .... _-7_- _*"'..""~ ! donated 10 dollars toward the ~ ,, . ,,,,,,,~ .o~, ..... KILLOUGH CLEANERS [week-end vlsltlng relatives In Se-I[ to Criticize" | trip, and various "organizations attle for and individuals contributed to / ]] KJR, Sunday, Dec. 6- | Ha t Blocking" ann ~leamn~"i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bound and make the trip a pleasant one for --------------o " Is|all son were up from Seattle'/I ! Sandra, and the parsons family wishes at this time to sincerelyher was enjoyed at the home of]~ thank all who helped to makeMr. and Mrs. Gust Zaretzke, their[~ ........ -~t~,v~-~. this trip a memorable one for guests being Mr. and Mrs. Phillip[~ ll' N_ UUD Sandra. Widmayer, John Kronfus, and]~ _ ---____ John Jacobsen of Arlington. On[[ Th~s, slow to anger, and plen- ][ Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pappan[[ ~. ,,,~ .... m ~ Cecil Preston Home and daughter Deborah, aceom-~ ~,,u~ ....... ~~~. ................ The community is happy to panied by the Phillip Widmayers,[~ k~lth with us after our welcome Cecil Preston home from called on the Zaretzkes. I~ ~i,~ ~,~r ~,: th~ $ the hospital. Cecil returned home Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robinson, t[ ~'"~~'"~_-" ............. " on Tuesday, and is progressing and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sundquist[[ h~t is his mercy ot war(l nicely after his stay in the hos- called on Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sher-][ ~~ f~,~ th,, ,,~,~t ~,~ fs~ ]~ pital. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. man of Lake Cassidy. Mr. Sher-[~ ................................ Vernon Preston and famil of To* Y man has been ill, but they were[I h~nsgressions from us. ledo, Wash., came to stay for a glad to find he is getting better.t{ ........ few days. ---------- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tveit and[| Psalms 103:~-1~ family were Thanksgiving guests[ Mr. and Mrs. Severt Gostol, Mr. of her brother, Mr. Robert McCaf-I _ and Mrs. Russel Sarsten of Lake- fery, wife Madeline and daughter[~ wood, and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Janet. A highlight of the day was[I ~D~U ~ eu ,eT el rrl " m Wright and family of Alderwood the to Mrs. Tveit'slm a'u~oa ,.,,u~,,.-- v, ,..,,~,,, o,...~,,, ~,, m Manor were Thanksgiving guests sister and brother-in-law, Mr.[[ "Fourth and Dunham | of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gostol and and Mrs. Stanley Wasilik of Oak-[m Arlington, Washington m son Glenn. land. Calif. 11 scream,.! Enjoying Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. William Kah- Thanksgiving d a y dinner[I mm~v scwoo~ .... '_.....11 A.M. m ler and family were Mr. and Mrs. guests at the Parson home were[m ~VIC~__.ILA.I~ m M. S. Hauenstein. and Mr. and Stella's sister and family. Mr.l| -- ..... ..,.,.. l Mrs Troy Hoffman and girls of anal Mrs. Charlie Springer, daugh-[I ~:,'~"~,~,~. ~,,,~h 1 North Bend. ters, Maxine and Charlene, Mr.]l ~~"7.~o-~.~ I Springer's sister, Mrs. Hurst of/| ~--~t:,~-',~--~ | Mr. and Mrs. Ray Putman spent Shelton, her brothers and fam-[I ~'~m ............ | Thanksgiving with their daugh, ily, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green[1 ~._~-~ ............. | ter and family, .Mr. and Mrs. and daughters Janice and Valna,[I ~~t~'~ "" I Cleve Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green, both of[ ", Mrs. Martha Tveit s p e n t Seattle, and Mrs. Ambrose of' Thanksgiving with her son and Preston, who is another sister. family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur In the evening slide pictures of Tveit, and also spent a few days the family were shown. Mr. and with her son, Joe Tveit, and fam- Mrs. Sidney Ambrose, nephew 1 ily. ~ and niece of Mrs. Parsons, called ] t-- Mrs. Claude Damaske accom- in the evening. Friday afternoon panied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stella and her two visiting sis- George Lee, to Paulsbo to attend ters called on the Grays and Van the wedding of her nephew, Mr. Miers. In the evening Maxine Marle Johnson, who was married Springer celebrated her birthday in the Lutheran Church on Satur- at the Parsons. On Sunday Mrs. day evening. Then they went to Ambrose returned home, accom- Silverdale and visited with Mr. )anied by her son Douglas, and and Mrs. Oscar Johnson. Mr. Miss Lois Yelm, who had motored Claude Damaske and Mr. and up to Arlington for her. On Tues: Mrs. Victor'Damaske enjoyed the day several ladies interested in wrestling matches at Everett Sat- making Christmas candles met urday evening. On Thanksgiving, at the Parsons home and made the Damaskes and Lees joined some very unusual and beautiful together for a nice dinner, candles, some that glowed when Mr. and Mrs. John Luthi, John- lighted were especially attrac- nie and Eunice, went to Seattle tive. on Thanksgiving and had dinner Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli, Sr., with her brother and wife, Mr. were Thanksgiving day guests of and Mrs. Frank Fry. In the eve- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gray. Mrs. Ive~ ning they w~ze guests of Mr. and Drivstuen and daughter Eiieen Mrs. R. O. Hall, Mrs. Hall being were Sunday visitors of the Alto. a nice of Mrs. Luthi. The Luthis lis. also visited another niece, Mrs. John Dickenson was home for Isabelle Harrison of Seattle, and Thanksgiving vacation to visit were very happy to see Mrs. Har- his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin rison's new baby girl. The little Diekenson. God has been speaking to you through some illness, some faniily bereavenlent, or some hard- ships in your earthly circumstances, see that you give ear to ttis voice. It is God knocking at the door. He wan'ts admission, tle desires that Christ should dwell in that heart. It is His will that you should be saved. Therefore He knocks. It may seem as if all things are against you. But, if you are 'to describe your ease in scriptural language, we lnust say it is God's goodness leading you to repentance. I)o you refuse to tul'n to God? The next time God knocks, tie luay knock hinder, and it may be the knock of judgment and not of mercy. EVENING APPOINTMENTS IF MORE CONVENIENT Select the plan that will bring you what you want: Weekly Payment Christmas Club for 50 weeks Check for you SOc $ koo Sl.O0 $50.00 $2.00 $100.00 $S.O0 $2S0,00 $10,00 $500,00 Christmas Club is the road to easy saving. No charge to join. Your small weekly deposits won't affect your budget, but they WILL add up to what you want. Join our Christmas Club l ARLINGTON STATEBANK ARLINGTON, WASH. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Sunday with Mrs. Bayer's (Mac) I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis. On Monday Mrs. Davis enjoyed caring for a small grand. son, Jared Davis, of Arlington Heights. Fred Bradley, who was home for three weeks while his boat was under repairs, left Monday sister joins three brothers. On Mr. and Mrs. Robert Putman, The family group of the Mel Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. El- son Rubble, went to Shelton Mortensen family on Thanks- mer Callar of Marysville called Thursday and had dinner with giving day were joined by Mrs - ~,;o ~,. ho~,, Eunice o,,1,* , " on ~u ........... v .-~ ,-- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith. They Mortensen s mother, Mrs. Emma ......... a and ~ ~* Miller and h,,. ~m;], t;n;~ ~orate her virtue y orougm came home on Friday. _.^k' .... 2"~.;_'.Y_~ .... a .......... l a lovely cake and ice cream Sat- Cl~"an(~"l~Irs'a~a~,monn , .... [urday evening dinner guests of United States Bureau of Reels. " .... " ~.:z U "'~v~the Luthis were Mr. and Mrs. Joe mation is drilling test wells to anu cnnoren oi ~:amonas spent Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Van Miers of try to intercept inbound fresh wa- Seattle. ter before it can 'contaminate' Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Makus the medical waters of Soap Lake.i spent Thanksgiving with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Makus of Lake Stevens. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Amundsen of Lake City were Mr. and Mrs. John Amundsen. On Sunday the Am- for Vallejo, Calif. Dinner guests on Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. John Cole were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole and boys of Lake Stevens and Bob Blacker, of Oso. Miss Jeanne Bradley slSent Thanksgiving Day as guest of the Bernard Nysether family of Sil- vana. Thanksgiving guests of the Marvin Prichard family were Mr. and .Mrs. Chas. Lewis (Marlene) and also Mr, and Mrs. Gene Ed- lund of Darrington. Queen Candidates Carlene Hartl and Dorothy Krause are our two local girls who are candidates as queen of the Pep Club Carnival for Dec. 12th. Miss Doris Marshall, Mrs. Shir- ley Tungate and Mrs. Mildred Krause made a trip to Whidbey Island last Friday. Mrs. Marvin Prichard and cAll- undsons visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Christianson of Everett, the occasion being Mr. Christian- son's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Almli joined with other family members for a Thanksgiving dinner at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Pearson of Everett Fourteen were present and everyone had a lovely time. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Almli and son Ronnie, along with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Steckel. berg and son David went to Joy Island near Mt. Vernon to pick oysters. After getting the oysters they went to the home of Mrs. Almli's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Key of Belling- ham, and had an oyster feed. Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Steckelberg and son David enjoyed a turkey dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chew of Granite Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lang and sons were dren and Mrs. Walter Tungate evening callers of the Chews. visited the Bill Prichard family Mrs. Hugh Putman, mother of~ in Seattle Saturday. - Mrs. Steckelberg, arrived Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bradley evening and is visiting her daugh- spent 3 days last week in Ever- ter and family, until Wednesday ett with their daughter. Mrs. morning, at which time Leila will Elizabeth Wells. take her home to Lake Wenat- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fry and chee. children were guests on Thanks- Mr. and Mrs. John Wold went giving day of Mr. and Mrs. Vin- to Mt. Vernon on Thanksgiving cent Aldridge and daughter Della day and attended church services of Everett. ]in the morning and were dinner Leroy Merritt of Fort Lewis[guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Alder- spent Saturday and Sunday with] den of Mt. Vernon. his homefolks, the Bailers.] The Earl Williamson family Leland Whitman of Seattle[were Thanksgiving guests of her spent Thanksgiving with his par- I brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. cuts, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. WAit- George Selberg of Bryant. man. A nice Thanksgiving day din. We extend a hearty invitation to you to at- tend the Gospel meetings held ever.v Sunday night at 7:45 in the Arlington Gospel Itall and 8 o'clock in the ()so Community "Church" building. FRIDA Y NIGHT ONLY - DEC. 4 $50 Off on Any TV Set in House There's no q u e s t i o n about it ... here is a gift for the entire fam- ily. --A'-- SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS Winke " ardwa: ARLINGTON Take Advantage of This Friday Night Special Offer 6 to 9p.m.