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PAGE EIGHT Mrs. Horace Enyeart. | Att n nrA Af Tuesday. where they spent the ~61, ~L,.~,aa~,~*,~.~, A,. night at the home of Mrs. How- , p ard's mother. Christmas_arty r The Bapt~reh Bazaar .There was an unusually la.gfl and turkey dinner which was attenoance at the teenage tmrlst- held at the Club Rooms Thursday mas party at the City Hall, Fri- of last week was a big success. day night. Everyone had.a won: Thanks and appreciation are ex- oe~ul ume oancm~ staging ana tended to everyone who helped exchanging gifts. Tne nail was make it so. decorated in gay Christmas col- Bob Andrews, son of Re~. and ors. The crepe paper streamers ~r~ r n A,,~r,~,,~ ,,+n h,~ h,~,~ ........ ere and ................... ' .............. helda.o]toI mllstle[oe m .... , Saturday for the holidays He will ~,~*':~=, ~ .... ~ ?Y"~"" ~'. ......... be met in Seattle by his parents. me young reuows. ~nere were ....... ~pvov~l c.,t nf tnw. auo~t~ ~everai young people attenaeo .......... .v.- ..... ~, ...... a Fellowship meeting in Everett School Out ~ Monday night at the Pentecostal . , ,h urch " School lets out early wecmes- ~ ".. " ........ day, Dee. 23rd, for the Christ-' ~vnss aanet Asne, uaugnter or mas vacation and does not start Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashe, cclebrat- .... i- until Monaa-" Januar- a (1 her seventeenth birthday aun. a/~et li y, .) . ________ " day wtth a droner at home Those r Tenn,~ present were her parents her sis. Retu n From .ssee , . , ............. er June, Mrs. Elmer wood, Mr. mr. ann lvlrs. ~ L nowaru anu ~ r ......... and Mrs. Owen Wellsand three party returneu nome w eonesaay mughters Donna Delores and evenmf, after a lrlp,Io Tennessee. ;).~.~.~n. ~/t. Rill' Cl~x~,,~n ~rr Running into bad weather all Jo~e~'~onev*"an~ "dau~ater" B'e't't~: the way, it: took ]hem seven davs = . - -" ..... ~'a to make the trip back there. 0n oo anu 1russ aean nag . Wednesday, Dec. 2nd, they lett M'arysviHe, Tenn., and drove to Nashville, where they spent the night at the home of Mr. Charle~ Booker's parents. They returned via New" Mexico, etc., route and reached Vancouver, Wash., on THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARIXNGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1953 Mr. Sawyer's relatives They plan DARRINGTON CHURCHES: [f |IT---- - .~o be gone about a month, a m aatu ______ II WHITE Ilaom ot vc Sunday visitors at the home off|___1__ 2_ IDa rlngtort Methodist ChttTch II .............. II- .. . Mr and Mrs J. C. Brysov/ and ,.eauer ,n roup O.I. B?rseth: pastor , [[ Mrs. lVL Fleming, IlArhngton l two daughters Beverly and Don-] n,h,~ r,,.~,,rt ,,~ ,,,^ e.,,,,,,,-,,o~,]~ Sunaay Scn.ool 10 a.m. worship]1 corresponding. I] na were Mr and Mrs ~ca- rcoss, * = ~v,, ,,- ~,,= o,,-,,,~,,,*~,,l ~x a.m., eve/ling service t:~ p.m.l, .... ,M,.,^_, ~:... III! 11~* * " " County Herd Improvement Asso- --------_ ................. . fflan l/lOS Ill and family of Mount Vernon "-*i .................. v^.- [ ............. [ Word has been received here oil Mrs. Ross is ~Ir. Bryson's sister ciat ~[ t+~e.,~,~), ~, ~,~ ~,~ t;amauc t;auren (l~ct~rangton) [the death last week of Mrs Agnes ,- .......... ,~ ~ __ ~ . . __ I D~[~ ~IIUW~ tlldt ;~L/O& UOWD 111 .l_*D~t Mass every baturaav at 9 a m ]........ lnomas ~tave, vo, ~unoay omner guests at .tne]herds were tested for butterfat[~ - - " ]~ar[son ot ~eatue, a_rormer _r.e..s~[ lington businessman, . nome oI ~vlr ana ~wrs t, eortner r d " d ri th o n ~ent o~ ~weoe rteaven. ~ne w~tn , p o uetlon u ng e m nth, o First Baptist Church . . denly of a heart attach were Mr. and Mrs. Glen C. Craw-[tho Standard Plan testing These[ r~o,,~,,~,+., ~ro~ ]her family at one time owned the tie on Monday ni=ht Dee ford, Mr. and Mrs. Val Crawford]cows averaged 676 nounds of[c'h-~ v Rr,wn ,~o~*,~- [place now occupied by the ed neral services were held lal ................ ~" ..... Br sons Mrs Carlson first came and .daughter Renee and Mrs. lmilk and 25.2 pounds of butter-I Sunday School 10 a m Worship[. Y~-. : ~ ~, ~ in~urday. Etnei rioweli, fatnereo~v I~,~ u v ~ ~ ,,~ ~,,,~-,,/to tins country zrom ~weuen ~,. c, ....... ~^ ^~,~ Visiting at the home of Dr. andI In the small herd group, 15lservice 8 p:m." " *" .... ~]1914 and to this dist~ctr ~n:91n5. fo~]owinga~e~.'rs~ worl~'~ Mrs. N. C. Riddle on Saturday[cows or less Bob Klein, Arling-I Mid-week service Thursday}~ne lea es to mou n P~ .~ gi1919, and opened a tire sl were Mr. and Mrs. Curt Furr of iton with 15'cows had an aver-[night, 7"45 o'clock [tnreesons: armur, inor a na rm: location now occupied by Everett ~..:' ~. o~= .... -~s of milk and/ " " ioolpn ano one aaugnter ~J.a all .......... [age ut o~o putanu l-- /~, o-'++, .... *....+~... un];~., caolnet snop. Later ne t Larr Joh [ [ UJ. ~,.~l:~o~ttllT~, Ullt:~ UIULII~:=I, 1~.111~1-111~ Week-end uests at the home 41.2 pounds of fa . y n- The Church of God of Proplteey .......... agent for the Chevrolet au of Mr~ J E Faucettg were Mr and ] ston's herd of 10 cows Ar'hngton,[ Commercial" Ave. and Cascade St/Husl""d ....... uf S,,=d= Heave.,, and. j bile" and expanded Am" btl Mrs. Ray ~Iarkham of Seattle. iaveraged 847 pounds of milk andlDarrington, Wash. '/~e,~s~ster, a2e~ra[WefrtnerSe~re to the building now oceupJ L " ~,VV =U=.. Jk' ~JLI Sat-rd-v di,~-er ~uests at the[ 39.6 pounds of fat. W. . Lar-lJ. R. Rainwater, pastor [~^ ~ ;.. ~, ,~,A ,,~n ;,~ ..... t the Harold Land Motor Co. son East Stanwood, w~th a herd Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn. . home of Mr. and Mrs. Val Craw- ....... o n-'sli W ..... v .... /was m the Seattle Lutheran cem- The business known as , ,: OI IZ COWS' averageo a~ p U U ng orsnlp ~L J~ enlng wor- mrd and daughter were Mr. and ............... ~ ......... {etery. Garage & Servme Statm~ ~trs. Curt Furr of Everett. oI milk ano 67:a pounus ot_tat;/sn~pr ~nOU_ t' [ -- closed out in April, 1925 al + ~ In tne metalum slzeo nero e esoay prayer mee lug [ ' v d I " ' Christmas Par Stave and family mo e chM~r:nd ab~SnJj~k F~u~~ttnand gryd' 16;o:LC?hV~3 MoitwCsh.fihold7 3FOi~'a~ Young People's Service] ..The_White H~orse Comms~taY pneretto sSeead~?eW~OllweYas laI i;ervices mr lvtrs vie uarison in an avera-e of 1206 ,~ouncts of (V L B i 7"30 |UlUO neia its annual unn ~ Seattle Saturday. Mrs. Carlson lmilk andS5 6 oounds ~f fat etA- " ........ /party on Thursday of last week, in the real estatebusIn~ was a former resident of Swede[ er herds in'ttais group inc'ludedlCalvm~ Pente~costal Church [with approximately fifty ladles time OLhlS death. ~ 1 Heaven ~- ..... " ~+eal '~"er Lake Stev Darrin.-ton Ipresent. rne mUD rooms were ~vir. ~tave is survlveu "~ - ........ ts t the homelU*~'~* ' era-- q lc B Andrew -astor ]beautifully decorated and the wife and + six children; ~vernlgnt gueb a ens 2~ cows wltn an av ge o " " 'P " s "ci u v r h ~.a,. _~..~ ~. ~oh.~ F~rtn~r~at I, o: ...... :' --.,..~ Ao l Sunda,, School 10 am ]hamdmnerwa. deh o sE ey- brothers, andnmegrande urday night were Mr and Mrs. pounds of fat Perry Porter, Ever- Morning Worship, "11 a.m. lone naoa morougmy enjoy J~ern ~tave or ~nvana ~ a ett+- ~'~ cows, '-'wlt/I........ an avera+e'g of: Evan+elisties Service, 7"30. ,.n m./fime: wnen me many guts. were or. ]~m'q ..... 'd~ ,,~ mln~ ,,d a9~ Ttlesdav Bible St-d,; 7.~n{dmtnbuted each lady discovered ~"~" Y"~:":~+"~ ":"~ _~'_-"~,,_L%',~'l,~ m ~' ~ J .....[who had been her 1953 club sis- RUBBER STAMPS pounos oI Ia[, ana ~uwm r~ecti, ~,. , ~ , .._~.-.~,., ~0 ......with 713 Thursday Youn,rPeonles Ser lter. Names were then drawn for Arlington Ptg. Co., 17 ono.umi~., xo ,~uwa, " ' ~" " + ........ will pounds^of ~n~lkr .~n%4oln2tPounds iv,co, 7.30 p.m. o /~geaVe~re ~w~o~dan~VaerVd~atch- spent in games and d "t,Zu~-~a~lar~e'"herd division !~_ !! ~ t" /in .for some clue as to who is everyone had a very chose of'~tl cow~s and over, Harold rails rrom; sending those gifts. Mrs. Oscar Wood and Mrs. Silos Colson, sisters, left Saturday for idaho to visit their mother, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips and ~wo daughters Wilma and Shar- run, spent*Sunday visiting at the iaonae of Mr. and Mrs. Marion An- drews and family of Lake Stev- ens. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lorenzen brought their little 16-months-old daughter Linda home from the Everett General Hospital Thurs- day. She had~been "in the hospi- tal since Monday with congested lungs Mrs. Leah Reece returned home from the Providence Hospi- tal in Everett Thursday follow- ing a major operation She was in the hospital for ten days but is now at home and getting along Fjarlie, East Stanwood, 64 cows, averaged 961 pounds of milk and 36.8 pounds of fat. Gerrit Kosters, Snohomish, 49 cows, averaged 774 pounds of milk and 36.5 pounds of fat. The State Re- ;ormatory, Monroe, with 61 cows, averaged 1041 pounds of milk and 36.4 pounds of fat, while Pete Van Soest, Snohomish, 149 cows, averaged 960 pounds of milk and 36.1 pounds of fat. Al- bert Weishaupt, Monroe, with 74 cows, averaged 1010 pounds of milk and 36.0 pounds of butter- fat. In the individual lactation pe- riod production, for the two.year old group, Ted Ricci, Monro~ had a heifer that gave 14,~10 pounds of milk and 548 pounds of fat Mr. Kosters had one that produced 16,020 pounds of milk and 545 pounds of fat and Chris- Not Seriously Hurt A near tragedy occurred last Saturday night, when Mrs. Laura Sampson, of Seattle, mother of Johnny Ashe celebrated his eighth birthday Monday evening with a group of young friends at his home at Squire Creek Among those present were Gary and Dale Mrs. A. F. Davis, teacher at the Jones, Jerry and Jimmy Riddle, Trafton school, fell from the Do- Danny Miles, Tony and Randi vis car as it rounded the corner Hanson, Vicki Swilling, Patty at Burke and Broadway about 11 Hensen, Tommy Ashe and of p.m. Although bruised, Mrs. course, Johnny He received many Sampson was hot seriously in-nice gifts. A lunch of many good- jured, ies was served the youngsters, Mr. and Mrs. Davis and Mrs. and a good time was had by all. Sampson were returning from Visitors at the Gerald Ashe:DURACHARM Trafton, where they had attended home over the week-end were Mr. the P.T.A. meeting, Mr. "Davis and Mrs. Bob Campbell and fam-[~I~iIOLSTERED driving the family Hudson so- ily, Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell, dan, all occupying the front seat. Don Campbell and a friend, Joe nicely. . tofferson & Van Putten, Arling- Sunday visitors at the home o~ ton had one that gave 15340 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and pounds of milk and 522 pounds of ::~ lamily were Mr and Mrs. Merrill fat in the lactation Metzger and son Mike of Arling- In the~;three.year-old group, ton. , Christofferson and Van Putten ~1~ Bob O Conner, who has been had a 'cow that gave 17,490 vor~mg m California returned ounds ~rrr~ a~E , " .... " "", p of milk and 612 pounds of ~ ~.x ~o Darrington to spend the hull- fat. W. D. Larson had one that ~ days with relatives and friends. ]gave ii 350 pounds of milk and baturda wsltors at the home 064 ound I! ~1~11 I1~ II % Y " " " , i" p ' s of fat, while William o Mr and Mrs BIll O Conner p, Wllha -~ ~k-Iill d f . " ,. " "ms, E+st Stanwood, had ,core Mr. and Mrs. Curt Furr. one that gave 16,600 pounds of Fhere will be a Christmas ser milk ' " " h " and 550 pounds of fat for the ts#mmm,m,,smiam u~m,n viceat the Methodist Chure lactation ~rllll~AIl g~ Sunday Dec 20th at 11 a m., fol- In h" v - ~, n .... t e four-+ear old orOU, I wed b a Christmas tree and Ea le Bat .... e'2 9.5 o y ' r "ley and Son, Snohomish, I-J~D, ~0X ..................... Sunday School program at 7:30 had a cow that gave 15,070 m Ever one is invited un 2-Lb Box ................... $4.50 ]p. ~ Y " " ' po ds of milk and 553 pounds ' " " ~:iJasketball of fat. The State Reformatory had Many other boxes by Whitman just recelved---Fresh and Dell- .~] The Darrington Loggers played one that gave 14,540 pounds of ., ., . ,~,.. ~.~. ~il an-lev here Friday night, win- milk and 525 pounds of butter- cious for friar ~nnstmas k.Ml't. ~. v ~ " ~[mng by the score of 55-45. fat, while the Reformatory had "71t" "- " .......... ill "qa,, at Sultan another cow that gave 499 pounds ! ...... ~[ 'riTdhfv~9~=~l~8~ a~ad With Gran-of butterfat, and G. H. Heyner te balls here Tuesday Dec 22 CHOCOLATES Per Lb . " ", , . Jones mother, Mrs. C. Christen- ............................. And up ~[ jhristmas Pro~rom Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon and ~t School ApLET8 and OOTLETm . ._ family went to Northgate Friday "* The Christmas program atme to do some shopping and later chool will be Wednesday, Dec ~. ~[ ' " visited at the home of Mr. and )3 Mrs Helga Edwards and Mrs ' on ~1- , . " Mrs. Denms Lemm and family. LueHle Reade are busH3 making t 1,"%1 Ikl(""+~'"%k I I"~I'~I It''~ ]rt[ " " , Thursd~i~y visitors a. the home ,)reparations Miss Franks eighth J~.Jr'/ff~,,~Jl~ L~,~I~ ~/ of Mr and Mrs Tom Stoney were ...... " r i~ , ~1| ~rade is g~vIng a play titled Se - Mr and Mrs. Earl Hageman of -. ~... .... .:. ~ ~ ....... -.. "." ". ]scant ~anta Claus" Seattle. They also attended the Baptist Church Bazaar ~~ Mrs. Harley Smoke and daugh- Mr. Jim Blonde of Rock Island | t YOU'LL PLEASE R with an+ Electrical Give a Gift that Gives a Lift... h NEW HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE Among the gifts available for your choice few give more satis- faction throughout the years than does a new Household Ap- plianc. SEE THE NEW 1954 HOTPOINT RANGES AND REFRIGERATORS (Convenient Terms) A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT TO FRIDAY NITE SHOPPERS With the purchase of any mojor appliance- Rrcmge, Reirigerotor, Washer. Drier. Dishwasher your choice of,.. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE GIFT ITEM ARLINGTON ~er Carole spent Saturday. and _,undav in Olympia, where they Atended a wedding at which Miss Smoke was the bridesmaid, ,rid Mrs. Smoke poured at the :eception following The bride ,,a.~ Mrs. ~rnoke's niece, Mrs. ;moke and her daughter were )vernight guests at the home of er :Jster, Mrs. Stauffer, and family. David Jean, 14.months-old son )~ Mr.~nd Mrs. Dave Buchanan, ,vas returned home Monday from ,no General Hospital in Everett, .,nero he had been since Wed- nesday, while ill. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul spent he week-end visitingat the homes of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Paul mu daughter and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Paul and family of Tacoma. The Misses Carol Ann and Na- talie Hyatt, young daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Nathen Hyatt, spent from Nov. 29th until Dec. 13th at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Campbell of La Grande. They were joined by their mother on December 8 and all came home Sunday. Bud Hyatt ana companion got a small bobcat Sunday. Mrs. Ivan Jones and children spent the week-end visiting in Bellingham at the home of Mrs. END YOUR BATTERY WORRIES Get a new self-charging, neu- tronie plate, Lifetime Battery. Actually lasts the life of your car. Six-year guarantee. Only $2995, for all cars and most trucks. See your dealer, Harold Reade, for demonstrations, and other information, or call Darrington 235 FOR SALE GET YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED for the holidays at Killough Cleaners, Arlington before the rush. Call or leave at Enyeart's. Darrington 511. FOR SALE -- General Electric Washing Machine, wringer type, with pump, in good con- dition for $45. Call 914, Dar- rington. Evenings. took his son Frank home with him Sunday. Frank had been staving with his grandparents, Mr and" Mrs. Martin Tollenaar, Sr., for the past six weeks. Charles Tollenaar went to Se-I attle Monday to take a medical examination in application for a pension from the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vognild were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hareim of Everett. Af- ter dinner the two couples spent a very enjoyable evening playing canasta. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welsh were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marmot of Marblemount. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pomeroy and family left Friday morning for Los Angeles, where they will spend the holidays visiting at the homes of relatives. I~Irs. Vera West received word that her father, Mr. Jones of Clear Lake, had passed away very sud- denly, Sunday. SpeCial music by a mixed chor- us will be part o~ the Christmas entertainment at the Methodist 0hurch Sunday morning, Dec. 20. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright and daughter were Mr. md Mrs. Maurice Swanson and two children Mrs. Harold York will entertain the Bridge Club at her home tuesday evening with a Christ- mas party. There will be a tree and all the decorations and the !adios will exchange gifts. Be- ~ides the members, there will be ~our guests, Mrs. Harry Edwards, ~rs. Owen Wells, Mrs. Flora Howe and Mrs. Guy Lemmon. Mrs. Jim Reece, who is a member eill noObe able to-attend. There were ten members pros- _rot at the Darrington Credit As- sociation dinner and meeting Monday evening, which began ~t 7 p.m. Mr. Brinkman of the Ev- _~rett Bureau was present, also Hugh Peavey and Mrs. Kate Ti- land as guests. There were six- teen questioned accounts dis- cussed and a general busines~ meeting. The meeting adjourndd at about 10 p.m. Due to the paper coming out a day ~early next week, I will be calling on Sunday instead of Monday. had One that gave 11,360 pounds As the car rounded the corner the Shenumn, and Mrs. Francis Le- [our suddenly came open and ivine, all of Seattle Mrs. Levine Mrs. Sampson was hurled to the]is a school teacher who taught ;treet. She was stunned for a!school many years ago, around Guaranteed e( few minutes and her knees~1912 and 1913, in the old Irving bruised, but was not seriusly School which was situated nice eovers-- ~urt. They proceeded on to her mile above Sheomet crossing, on home in Seattle the railroad. It has since been of-~l~S-~ butt-err-: torn down fat. i Also enjoying dinner at the Ea. In the five-year-old and over Ashe home on Sunday were Mr.i class, Art Foye, Monroe, had a iand Mrs. Walter Bates and son o~ cow that produced 14,520 pounds] Darrington. :FRIDAY 6 P.M. to 9 of milk and 651 pounds of fat. I Mrs. Betty MeMahan was the Christofferson and Van Putten honored guest at a stork shower ONT,Y had one that gave 17,330 pounds held at the Robinson home in of milk and 648 pounds of fat, :Swede Heaven on Friday of last while Ivlr. Foye had another cow ~ week. HFNBY M[ that gave 635 pounds of fat fo~ Twenty-eight persons enjoyed the lactation, a triple birthday party Saturday There were 1613 cows in 102ievening at the Bill Deeter home herds tested during the month~ at Squire Creek. Those whose i ARLINGTON, on the Owner-Sample Plan.--Ar. birthdays were celebrated were nold Z. Smith, County Extension Bill Deeter, Virginia Howard and Agent. Oda Sanford. The evening was] enjoy FREEDOM from hours of backbreaking work Why lug heavy, wet loads? Stoop, lift, stretch? Trudge back and forth? Endure raw, chapped hands? Wash and dry the Maytag way... any time--For clean, dry clothes, load and set the dials. any weather--Rain, snow, soot, dust, fog can't upset your work. any fabric--Cotton, silk, man-made materials--white or colored. any place--Install upstairs or down. Nothing to mar your roo~. 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