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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS1)AY, l)EC. 10, 1953. ' J PAGE sEVEN ,~- . .'r'. Anne Meugniot Phone 1526 ~ ~" RECEIVED BY COFFEE PARTY LEADERS Mrs. Keith Sarkisian enter- ; have been issued to tained with a morning coffee ~ Fire Guardians who party and cradle shower for Mrs. the course given in a Robert Meier Thursday. Others ." We re a!l set.., at vour Arlington Penney store.., to give you friendly and classes at Stanwood in present were Mrs. Norman Saylor, efficient help with your Christmas gift problems . . . and to give you just a , and early December. Mrs. E. R. Meier, Mrs. Don M eier, eiving these certificates Mrs. Pen Mathews, Mrs. D.G. little more value for your dollar than you'd expect! Visit us soonW Kenneth Bergen, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Jence Thompson, ch, Mrs. Harry Christ-Mrs. Luther Moe, Miss Marian ARLINGTON PENNEY'S OFFER YOU: ~C. W. Fowler, Mrs. Knudson, Mrs. Dale Huber, Mrs. rowe Mrs. Robert Huff, Ed We!,tman, Mrs. Kenneth Bor- ic Johnson, Mrs. Ben Man, and Mrs. Richmond Allen. A GRAND SELECTION OF MERCHANDISE :s. Howard Palmer, and The guests presented Mrs. Meier FRIENDLY, EXPERIENCED SALES PEOPLE ent Stuller. Those from a playpen and pad as well as who completed the several smaller gifts. Refresh- ARNOLD AMES, Arlington High School graduate, applies for FREE GIFT WRAPPING IF YOU WISH IT ~re Mrs. Frances Olson, ments were served, and games Air Force Cadet training.--6th Army Photo Lab. Picture. inia Roberts, and Mrs. played, in which Mrs. Wellman, ~*----71~ ,rm,,-~---'~uLre,., al"r r"erce NO PARKING PROBLEMS mnestad. The teachers Mrs. Huber, and Mrs. Saylor won ['l{iell[y t, aap[er .~ from Everett to con-prizes ST()RE It()URS--!):()()a.m. to .):30 P. M classes were Pat Keith, * * * _u. l_:,:.,i^_ IPdots and Observers ' Esther McChesney, GARDEN CLUB UIUa aatauat ugh ... OPI':N" " '" "LVI,,NIN(]S UNTIL p ON TiIESI : .... I)AYS: Ambrose, and Mrs. TO MEET MONDAY ......... " ...... Five future Air Force pilots and ~menty unapter, l~o. ~, u.~..~., observers are here shown under Witt. At every sessionThe ArlingtonGarden Club met in regular session Wednes-the nose of a B-25 on the runway i Dec...._11th, 21st 23rd -~re leaders present who will meet Monday afternoon, try to attend the whole Dec. 14, at 1:30, in the "Lutheran day, Dec. 2, with Worthy Matron of Boeing Field, Seattle. Under Church parlors. Mrs. J. W Wiggs Grace King and Worthy Patron new Air Force program, accept- ~ ........................... , guardians attending" will give atalk on winter care of Iver Drivstuen presiding. New tag high school graduates forI ~iii~!~i~i~ii~ ~ ~~ ~i~M~ ~i~Giiiiiii!!~ and 24 in Everett were bring a fifty-cent gift package, order. After the initiation re- hi. James, Mrs. John Jen- also any arrangements or gift- freshments were served in the Howard Palmer, Mrs. wrapping suggestions. All inter- dining room. Next meeting wilt Mrs. Harry Christler ested ladies of the district are be the Christmas party, Dec. 16. Robert Huff. There they cordially invited to attend. There will be an exchange of ~)f many new gift ideas * * * gifts. ld be used effectively by Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Lowe attend- ------------o---------- re and Bluebird girls,ed the wedding of Mrs. Lowe s Ir~__ |ll great-nephew, George Patrick vegree oI honor ,TTEND Baker, to Miss Connie May ~ ~ ~1~ '~ OPEN HOUSE Schmidt in the Chapel of Flowers |0 rrepare I wo 300 ~riends attended the in Bellevue November 27. The ~-- . _ . groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. lse and housewarming at .... Christmas Baskets ~r Hennings' new home ~eorge ~aKer of K]rkland, former - , afternoon and evening. Arlington residents. The Lowes . The Executive Club, Degree of ,,,,~-,~ accomnanied b- their son rtonor met at the nome of Mrs. ,~ Mrs. Henning with the Mr Don Lowe. [ guest book, and showing Gladys Almh on Thursday, Dec " B i ands3 with 14 present Mrs Leila ~t~ through the house The Arhngton us ness , . . .. , s. Cliff Henning of East Professional Women's Club will StecKelberg presmmg. d, Mrs. Carl Olson of Ev .... t m~,,,n~,, r)o~ 17 at the Mrs. Martha Naas was appoint- ~" ........... ~' "- .... wh n ed chairman of entertainment Jarl Sesby, Mrs. Clar- ,,ome of Mrs. Gml Hunter e of Silvana, Mrs. Els- there will be a Christmas pro- and decoratmns for the next reg- Silvana, Mrs. mr- gram and exchange of gifts cost- ular meeting, which will be held of Stanwood, and Mrs. ing not over $1.00. Members are Dec. 17, when the annual Christ- Forstrom of East asked to bring an additional gift mas party will be held. There son, 1146 West 58th Street, Seat- They served tea and for Christmas cheer. Mrs. Muriel will be a gift exchange', fie, a 1951 graduate, of Ballard and small cakes, Dolstad will be the assistant' The Degree of Honor plans to high school; Staff Sergeant Rob- cream. Mrs. Henning hostess, deliver a Christmas basket to ert J. Ulrich (USAF). aviation ca- ned the open house to: The Methodist W.S.C.S. will some family in the district at det interviewer for the Army and e between two and five meet with ~]Irs. Thomas Terjeson Christmas time, and the mem-Air Force Recruiting: Main Sta- ernoon and from seven Wedensday, Dec. 16, at 703 First hers are asked to leave articles tion Seattle; Arnold Ames, 19, a the eveninu A large St. There will be a Christmas pro- for the basket at the Killough son 'of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Ames, friends surprised the gram and an exchange of gifts. Cleaners. There will also be a R. 5, Arlington, graduate of' At- With the housewarm- The Methodist ladies are bus- Christmas basket for one of the lington high school; Paul L. Hel- at nine o'clock. They fly preparing for their Christmas Degree members. . . Meson, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. n up a collection and bazaar and dinner, to be given ~Jec:ion o~ of Iicers will ainu be George S. Helgeson, 14443 Pacific , the host and hostess this Saturday, Dee. 13, at the held at the Dec. 17 meeting.Highway South Set[~tle a 1950 .t of money Other ares-[church. Dinner will be served ' graduate of Franklin Higi~ School, received from various from 11:30-1:30. JUNIOR D. OF H. :,~ and Johnny Olsonv2O,-son of Mr. ring the dav ] Chapter I, P.E.O., met with MEETINGS DEC. 14 and Mrs. John Olson, 903 Maple ~ate Julin o~f" Seattle is Mrs.' C. N. Knudson Wednesday The 1st and 2nd gradewill Street, Bellingham,' a 1951 grad- er cousin, Carol Jo Ka-Inight. Mrs. E. E. Muse and Mrs. meet at 2:30 on Monday, Dec. 14, uate of Bellingham,~High School. this week. I Robt. Mansfield had the program, at the V F W hall followed b- ~ - '~ Mrs. Olive Rod s group at 3"30! The teen.age club will all m'eet I '" I :* " at 8 p.m. J BR YATgT I The pre-school and kindergar-I -,. ~7"~1 .... I AHce Tnon-~en I ten group will meet with Mrs. I Phone 2503 _ ~, .... i .... Martha Naas on Saturday Dec. Turkey Dinner ' 19th, at"th~ home of Mrs. Lucille En~o~ ~d~.-~ ...... m~ ~ .:~, Wangsmo at 2 o'clock ~t_ :~ere ..~]~ ~. --o " m spite o~ me pouring rain I., ~ Tuesday night the turkey dinner ||~l~'h ||~' for the Commercial Club was "~,~'~:"."~ --. very much enjoyed,:~he hall and |:hrl. [ina Adam tables were decorated in Christ- ...... u........-,~u~u mas greens, candles and bells. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. tree candy canes for your, children of your child with Santa ...... $1.00 Marie Christina Adams, 77, 130 Washington street, died early Tuesday morning after a brief illness. Mrs. Adams was born in Minnesota June 1, 1876, and had resided in Bellingham 33 years before moving to Arlington in August. She is survived by one daugh- ter, Mrs. Bettie Thomas, of Ar- lington; three sisters, Miss Car- rie Neuwissen, Miss Kathryn Neuwissen and Miss Clara Neu- wissen of St. Paul, Minn.; three brothers, Herman, North Dakota Leonard, Salt Lake City; Paul, Minnesota, and three grandchil- dren. i Burial will be in the family l plot at Greenacres Cemetery,,! Bellingham, under direction of] Westford Beck Funeral directors. The A.A.U.W. is meeting to- night, Thursday, Dec. 10, with Mrs. Kenneth Kanikeberg. The Lutheran Guild will have its Christmas party at .the parson- age Tuesday night, Dee. 15. The members will be accompanied by their husbands. The Hettie Lowe Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. Dale Huber Wednesday evening, Dee. 16. Mrs. ~Les Buell will be the as- sistant hostess. There will be a gift exchange and election of of- ricers. our Mrs. Clara Bean of Seattle, ac- companied by her son William, :came up SatiJrday for the bazaar IrIF tionaland luncheOnchurch, at the Congrega- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams of R. 3 are to be congratulated on t {: FI the birth of a granddaughter in Brooklyn, N.Y., recently. The par- ents are S/Sgt. and Mrs. B. W. I "~Ties go ~D~tj'~l~8 Frasier (Marie Williams). The little girl, who was named Tere- sa Ann, joins two sisters and a a Nighties brother. She was born in the I ? ' ~OX Frasier is a Marine stationed in ._ , _ ,. Brooklyn Naval Hospital. Sgt. ][ Slips New York City. j ~O]~,y lo~f~g.~q...~ T/Sgt. and Mrs. Walter Ellis (Irma Williams) and children ~'~oe~ - ~~O~e~ have left for California, where llOng he will be stationed at the Eli t Toro Marine Base. Mrs. Ellis lived I It s . 8kitt ~ . ,,,, ~~D~e) here for the paStcarmenYear while her husband was in Korea. A third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam I Slacks Williams, Mrs. Kyle (Ma- way rie)' recently came up frm her home in Eugene, Ore., for a short visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mansfield Suits & Topcoats returned home last week after a delightful ,rest and trip in Cali- fornia: Mil~ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Even. e er shade have taken up their resi-: dence in the new Dinger house on for men and women Gilman and Newberry. He is the new Game Protector. The Even- ...... ~ * 'sh~idd~ formerly lived in Seattle. were qualified today and were flown to Lackland Air Force HUNDREDS OF SPORT SHIRTS Base, Tex., December 4th for in- .~ doctrination and pre-flight train- ~. Featuring newest styling from Cctlifomia! ing. Assignments to advanced training baseswillbemadefrom ~ 2 to there. After successfully complet- ._., ing over a year of intensive train- I~ ing, the cadets will be commis- CHOOSE FROM THESE . . . stoned second lieutenants in the U. S. Air Force. GABARDINES WOOL PLAIDS High school graduates may CORDUROYS RAYON SUITINGS now apply for Air Force cadet SHARKSKINS NYLON-ORLONS training at any Army and Air Force recruiting station or "~__--"--~ through the Aviation Cadet Se- HUNDREDS OF DRESS SHIRTS lection Team for this area at Mc- Chord Air Force Base, Wash. From left: Norman C. Stanley, 1.91~ to 4 98 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. 4 Stanley, Burton, Wash., a 1952 graduate of Vashon Island high NEW FABRICS, NEW STYLES, OLD FAVORITES school; James O. Swanson, 20', WHITE BROADCLOTH DUAL TONE SOLIDS son of Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Swan- FANCY PRINTS RAYON DECORATED WHITE OXFORD CLOTH GABARDINE GAMBLERS Christmas Party . At Grange Friday " Bryant Grange 791 is having their Christmas party Friday eve- ning, Dec. 11. The accordion band from Marysville will: play a few numbers and tb~e Juvenile Grange will furnish the res~ of the pro- gram. There will be a potluck lunch and a treat for the chil- dren. Each one is to bring a Christmas gift, men bring a gift for a man and ladies a gift for a lady. A minimum 50 cent gift Each parent is to bring a gift for their own children, with their names on packages, The public is invited to attend this program and bring gifts as the Grangers are doing. Installation Dec. 18 The Bryant Grange's new offi- cers will be installed Friday, Dec. 18. State Deputy K. T. KnudsoD will be here to do the installing. roint Christmc~s Party Dec. 19. The Grandview Recreation Club and the Boulder Im Club will have a joint Christmas party Dec. 19, with a potluck lunch, members to 'bring sand- wiches, cake, cookies or jello. There will be an exchange of gifts. 'Mrs. Betty Booker and Mrs. Eels Rogne took a pleasure trip to Seattle on Thursday last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bhrger cliff Verdel, Nebr., aunt and uncle of ~.. Frank McFarland, have been vis-I]~ iting them the past two weeks./~ They are spending this week vis-I~ iting at the Will and Jess McFar./t land homes in Arlington. The Go-Between Birthday Club s having their Christmas party I'hursday, Dec. 17th at the Edna ]rendemuhl home. There will be a potluck lunch and an ex. change of 35 to 50 cent gifts, The Guys ar~l Gals 4-H Club met Monday evening with 32 [. present. i Mrs. Lela Stecke berg and Mrs. Edna Brendemuhl made a trip to Lake Wenatchee Dec. 2. Mrs. F. W. Smoke has been on the sick list the last few days. f Also Mrs. Margaret Hoshaw is not very well. Mrs. Bernard Pe- terson and two children are about i down with flu. [ ' O '~ [ "Don't let you~d$ _get too blown up---you may have to swal. [, low it some day!" ~ [ Use Times classified ads--busy, " effeqtive salesmen. top favorite of fabrics ............ w fiAYMODE NYLON HOSE mows Nylons, 60 gauge, 15 denier .... iil i! " 3 pairs in a box, gift wrapped...'. 2.94 DOLLS- TOYS- WHEEL GOODS Pictured at left is "Slumber Bal2y," complete in gown and housecoat ..... / You'll also find... Buggies Dishes Bikes Iron Boards Toy Phbnes Toy Cars Wagons Doll Hi Chairs Trains Sleds Blocks Stuffed Toys YOU TELl:. US WHAT .YOU WISH TO SPEND... ... WE'LL HELP YOU SELECT THE PERFECT GIFT!