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Mrs. Bob McCaulley and Prizes were awarded for these Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Anderson of Lake Stevens, Mrs. Leo lthse present. and Mrs. Malissa Miss Lillian Lonke and Miss chapeaux. Mrs. Sabo, assisted by celebrated his eighth birthday Also sending presents Gladys West were assistant host- Mrs. Jence Thompson, served all Tuesday afternoon, when several >:orts of fancy cookies at an at- of his school friends and cousins Unable to be present were esses, tractive table. The house was gathered after school for games Id Mrs. Einar Osterlund, Mrs. Smith in the course of her beautifully decorated with a and refresJtrnents. His guests in- Gunderson, Mrs. Gee. talk mentioned that Miss Jan Christmas tree and other decora- eluded Bruce Marshlain, Tommy of Lake Stevens, and Smith, a former Arlington teach- tions appropriate to the season. Aim]i, Charles Mullen, Tony of Everett. er, is now teaching in the Amer- * * * Bjorn, Ronnie and Allen Robl~. ican High School near San Jose. ?IBST BIRTHDAY Larry, Patty and Jimmy Ander: y will become the of James Walker, Jr., on * * Y, Dec. 20. She was the Congratulations to Mrs. Violet Marjean Barney celebrated her son, Jody Holland, Craig and o! his parents this past Jensen on the birth of her first first birthdav Dec. 5 with many Gary Barnier, and Davy Barnier. -~n,i. grandchild, Jack William Pom- frien.ds dropi)ing in throughout Also present were the two grand- * * pella, and also to the proud par- the--day, bringing best wishes, mothers, Mrs. William Anderson D(~gree of Honor is having ents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pompella. presents and birthday cakes, and Mrs., Albert Barnier and dsLmas party and election Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hanson. Those calling were Mr. and Mrs. Danny's aunts, Mrs. Ruth Ander- .'els tonight, Thursday, Dec. Nancy and Patty, spent the week- Lowell Heath and children, son, Mrs. Violet Robb, Mrs. Bey. er.~ will be a small gift end in Bellingham with Mrs. Wayne, Sharon ajad Bobby; Mrs. erly Holland, Mrs. Chad Barnier. Lou Sodam and children Wayne and Mrs. Bernard Barnier. lg,~. Hanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mike; Marjean's graridmoth- Mrs. Phillip Bjorn planned a and Mrs. E. Robert Meier John Barber. A few friends surprised Mrs. er, Mrs. H: G. Henricks; Mrs. nice party for her son Timmy's Eugene Brounty with a handker- Frank Hunter and children Kathy sixth birthday. On Saturday af- and Francine; Mrs. Bud Peterson ternoon the little friends gath- chief shower Wednesdayafter- and"David; M i s sMarjorie red at their home and helped 5, Arlington, became the rents of a daughter, rie, December 15, 1953. a brother, Donald:_...__ noon____~, for he__f birthd_____~ay. Thompson; Jeanne Sabo and her decorate a Christmas tree. Mrs. ~~~ brother Jimmy. Marjean is the BJorn read two Christmas stories FR[E MAIl Ni~! little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. land they listened to some records. Jack Barney; ~The afternoon ended with games and refreshments. Those present Miss June Hergert's engage- were Danny Morris, Randy merit to Mr. Wallace Rowland of Thompson, Mike Wheeler, Dena Packwood, Wash., has been an- Danubio, Rochelle LudWick, Lin- IHURSDAY 0ECEMBER 24 !nouneed. The wedding will take daRuckert, Barbara Helms, Vicky !place in the spring, tIammerly, Annie Rice; Jody and 1 Mrs. Waylan Starr and Mrs. Jim Wheeler, and Susan Bjorn. OLYMP;C THFATRE Will Verd drove down to Bothell Friends and relatives,~i'ho drop- Thursday to see Mrs. Verd's new ped in on Sunday we~d ~vlrs. Hen- .. great-granddaughter, Little San- rietta Bjorn and Mrs. Walt Mor- dra Gayle Skutle, the daughter of ton, Mrs. Lafe Johnson and Jerry, ALL CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE Mr. ancl Mrs. Milton Skutle. She all of aakewood, Mr. and Mrs. A1 joins a sister, Susan, aged three Veilleux, Sharon and Jay Stuller, !andone.half" Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bjorn and children. The public is cordi~ly invited Pace setter in the to attend the perform hce of the Christmas cantata at ~e Luther- sport shirt field an Church tonight, ~hursday, Dec. 17, at 8:00. .. the all Wool The candlelighti. lg rviee at the Congregationar,L'Ml~Zi Sun- gation: It was a simp~ and in-, spiring service. The ~ffering of' Mr. Hatling's room is delving into the mysteries of oil produc: tion. John Jensen brought a mod- el of an oil well in operation The soil strata was shown and all the machinery necessary to bring in the oil well. P.T.A. members were much interested in his model and explanation inasmuch as much of Silvana could produce oil. Grades 1, 2 and 3 are very busy helping Santa with gifts for fam- ily and each other and, some de- serving children. The spirit of :Christmas is everywhere in evi- dence. Be sure to save Tuesday eve. ning, Dec. 22, for the School member of the family. @ STORE HOURS 9 TIL 9 FRIDAY- DEC. 18th MONDAY - DEC. 21st Christmas Pageant and Plays, stock that represent real savings and Christmas Tree and Community get-together. / ~ make wonderful gifts! The Luther League will meet ~ ----__ _.__.__ on Sunday evening in Memorial ~ H Hall at 8 o clock. Refreshments will be potluck and all are in- [ ASE! vited. The Sunday School Children of ~ 100% NYI the Salem Lutheran Church will present their Christmas program [ on Saturday evening, Dec. 26th,,~ ~HO~T][ ~( in the Lutheran Free church. 1~ Miss Janiee Larsen was a guesl I]~ of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car- ston Larsen, over the week-end, Janice is employed at Newberry's Nylon fleece with nyhm taffe- in Northgate and is making her ta linings. 10 to 11. home with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mickel- COMPLETELY WASHABLE! son. SNOWY WHITE! Mr. and Mrs. Carston Larsen and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hevely on Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dalseg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Odvar ROAMER Not the flashy type, but a great attraetiot) JOt its muted ombre plaid, the Roamer inspires admir. ation wherever it's worn. Iridescent buttons high- light a tailoring achieve- ment that feature the new spread collar and 2.button adjustable cuffs. Toast. warm 100% All WOO , it comes in new autumn tones. Sizes, small, med- ium, large and extra large. O hers to $12.95 and for gift suggestions galore come to for Men .... ,. Wool ]ers~, I~eautiful wool plaids, by Cooper Goucho Shirts... Sanfo~lan treated for wash- $10.00 & $11.95 New designs a n d colors, ability. Navy, Red, Tan and Expandable ,. Guaranteed washable. Grey. 6.95 & "7.95 3.I9 3.95 4.95 Complete selection of Tie Clasps 5.95 6.95 7.95 o, ehd's... Cuff Lfnks $1.00 to $5.00 Toiletries by Sportsman Rayon gabs. and all wools. " 7.95 to 18.95 by Graft . . . Kandel Sweaters... 6.95 in beautiful colors, made for 8.95 in Ice cream colors 4.95 wear and washtng 9 95 nylon prints . . 2.95 to 4.95 ....... Catalina Jacquard Knits )y Graft ,.. 13.95 and I4.95 Plaids 9.95 Graft Jackets to match Skirts Colors to 14.95 in plain or plaid 17.95 ~r Pleated ..... 21.95 WE CAR'RY WHITE STAC Open till 9:00 p.m. December 18, 21-22-23 Elshaug and family were Sun. day afternoon visitors of Mr. and day evening drew a large congre- Mrs. John Mickelson. Your reporter has returned home after spending over a almost one h~/ndred dollars will week in Montana with organiza- be sent to the "Meals for Mil- fion work for the Daughters of lions" fund. " [Norway Lodge. We understand that Mr. and[ The Zion Lutheran Sunday Mrs. Fred Morrts are renting a School children will give their Christmas Tree program on Sun- small house near their store for day evening, Dec. 20th, in the the time being. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars held a delightful Christmas,~.arty Tues- day evening replete '~lth gifts and refreshments. A small Christ- mas tree and holly made the yuletide setting. Carols led by Mrs. Alberta Harris, Mrs. Grace Social Hall. There will be a re- hearsal on Saturday afternoon at I:00 p.m. in the Social Hall. Fes- :t~ve Services will be held on Christmas Day, Dec. 25th, in the Zion Lutheran Church at 11 a.m. All are welcome. Baptized at Zion Lutheran Church last Sunday was Robert Clay Perkins, born June 25, 1953, in Seattle. Parents: Robert Clay Perkins anff wife, Dagny Myr- wang Perkins. Sponsors for the child were Mr. and Mrs. John Taveraas, Seattle, Wash. Mrs. J. H. Myrwang visited with the children in Seattle a few days last week. Visitors at the Myrwang home last Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. John Taveraas, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cyphers, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lunden and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perkins; and also the children belonging to the four young families. Mr. Taveraas is a technical engineer in the Her. vices of Sperry Gyro Co., and Mr. Cyphers is an attorney. The Sons of Norway and the Daughters of Norway held their December meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rod. Fol- TUESDAY - DEC. 22nd ' WEDNESDAY - DEC. 23rd Free gift wrapping if you wish it. May we suggest just a few items from our toms, safe-edge rims--Set for only New Shipments! Sizes !)-17, 12-20, 38-52. Clever styling! New fabrics ! 0, Annual HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM A big name in towels for fashion looks, long wear! ' Ready-packed , 8:00 p.m. in lovely By , ,bird'cage box, ,s( r Big 22x44" ba'th,towel, two 15x25" face MUSIC DEPARTMENT towels, two 12x12" wash cloths--nestled ARLINGTON HIOH SCHOOL ,together, beribboned and beautiful in bird box. terr ...,of b-I Roy M. Larsen, Director Isorbeut) and lust breaStkins in shades' FREE WILL OFFERING .......... ], ", Gunderson at the piano, were sung by the group. The members of the Post joined the ladies for lunch, of which Mrs. Verle Haf- her was chairman. Mrs. A. M. Callison, R. 4, was called to Vancouver by the sud- den death of her uncle, Frank King, a well-known lumberman. King, who has many friends n Arlington, has been engaged n the lumber and sawmill bus- iness in 'British Columbia for the past fifty years. A Christmas Party was en- joyed when Mrs. W. T. Grimm en- tertained members of the E. T. C. Club at her home last Tuesday afternoon. An exchange of gifts was held and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. 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