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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON [MLS, ARLIN(]TON, WA ' SI IIN(TTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1953. Work Panics :;c:x,[ I, iixer Attends Son's Wedding family of Kellogg Work parties are being held A Scout and Parent M!xcr foi'! Rev and Mrs O. I. Borseth at- WHITE HORS'E visitors at the man home on __I ARLINGTON J SAND & ---7 GRAVEL honored guest's mother, Mrs~ Al- len. The birthday cake was very cleverly decorated to resemble a circus, tent. He received many nice gifts• Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins and daughter Mar[uric were din- ner guests at the home of Mrs. Rachel Tyrrell of Everett, one day, last week. Word has I:leen received that Mrs. B. F. JOhnson of Sumas, mother of Mrs. A1 Nystrom, for- merly of Darrington and now of Arlington, is very ill. Mrs. Ny- strum has been t:alled home, her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Tyrrell of Cali- fornia, has also arrived• Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins visited Mrs Johnson on Monday. Mrs. Vic Gilmour spent Wed. nesday shopping in Everett• , The Canasta Club celebrated with a Christmas waffle party last Tuesday with Mrs. George Hansen as the hostess• The party began with a breakfast of waffles fat the home of Mrs. Hansen. Af- ter breakfast they opened their i gifts. The rest of the day was spent playing canasta with time out for a lovely lunch• Members of the club attending the party were the hostess, Mrs•~ Lewie Noble, Mrs. Orville Pearson, Mrs. Irving Olsen, Mrs. Owen Wells, Mrs. Ed Hulater, Sr., and Mrs. Vie Gilmour. Mrs. Milton McCaulley and Mrs. Lawrence Athens celebrated their birthdays Thursday eve- ning, with a party at the hom~ of Mrs. Aikens. Those present at the celebration were Mrs. Vi Seton, Mrs. Alvin Jones and Mrs. Becky Kelly and son Pat. The Garden Club Christmas trees, door swags and wreaths sale was a big success• They ex- pect to have about $50 when it is all settled. KILLOUGH CLEANERS CLOSED SKTURDAY, DEC. 26 AND JAN. 2 of Mrs. Margaret Myers, returned home Thursday from the Univer- sity of Washington, where she is attending for the holidays• She and her, mother went to Seattle Saturday to visit her sister Gall, who is working there. . [ The two groups of Bluebirds led I by Mrs. Martin Olsen and her assistant, Mrs. Eddie Woods, and Mrs. Wallace Overholt and her assistant, Mrs. Alma Jones, had a Christmas party Wednesday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. Woods• They exchanged gifts and had a ~ery good time. There will be no more meetings until after New Years. Mrs. Martin Olsen and children and her sister, Mrs. Frank Coonc of Concrete, shopped together in Mount Vernon Saturday and the children got to see Santa Claus• Christmas guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olsen and family will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coonc and family of Con- crete. Mrs. Pat Wick and her mothm and Mrs. George Boyesen drove to Seattle last week• Mrs: Wick's mother planned to return to Alaska. Douglas Reade, small son of M~ and Mrs. Harold Reade, left Wednesday for Redmond for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Dincov and family until Thursday• Most of the lower grades in ~ool are having their Christmas parties on Tuesday• There will be no Teena'ge Dance this Friday, it being Christmas. Mrs. Lillian Atterbury recent- ly underwent an operation fol goiter at the Arlington Hospital She is back home now and doing nicely. Mrs. Gertrude Sterling re- turned home Thursday after spending several days in Seattle, where she met her son, Captain William Sterling, and family, at the boat Wednesday evening• Billy Sygitowicz celebrated his ninth birthday Tuesday after school at the home of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sygito- wicz, with a party. His party guests were Duane Barrnhart, Gary-Hunter, Nell Hooper, Billy Bates. James Buchanan and Ger- ry Howard. The boys had a good time playing football. The h0n- ored guest received lot of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Vincent and children plan to spend Christmas at Granite Falls at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Tup- per. Jack Welsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welsh, is home from the University of Washing- ton, where he is a ~tudent, to spend the holidays with his par- ents. Mike Ohorberg, a student at Pullman, is spending the holi- days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohorberg. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Thomason and son Bob, over the week-end, was Miss Pauline Townsend of Tacoma• Mr. Harold Howard, better known as Killowatt, is being transferred from the Darrin'gton Ranger Station to Medford, Ore., and is leaving Tuesday. Kilowatt has been with the Forest Service in Darrington for almost four years and will be missed by his many friends. Ensley of Arlington• Christmas guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolfe will be Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and son Roy of Lake Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Turner and son Carl of Sequim. Visiting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews and fam- ily and the Pentecostal Church on Sunday were Johnny and Billy Kroeze of Everett• Friday night guests of Charles Enyeart were Clinton and Jerry Cook and Doug Crow, all of Mon- roe, and Dick Noble. Saturday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hilton, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. George Swensen and Dennis Chase of* Seattle. Dennis, who is going into the airforce, came up to bid his grandparents goodbye before leaving for Texas. Mr. and Mrs. George Hamlin spent Friday and Saturday vis- iting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hamlin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goodr~an of Bellingham and also Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hargrave and son Wayne of Stanwood. Wayne hap- pened to be home on leave from the Navy. Billy Henson, 2-year.old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Henson, re- turned home from the Providence Hospital in Everett Tuesday fol- lowing an attack of asthma. In Arlington - Phone 134~ KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS / VIENNA Woolley. The pallbearers were Mr. Don Ringhouse, Mr. Dick Ringhouse, Mr. Wayne Jones, Mr. Darryl Jones, Mr. Bill West and Mr. Clarence Jones. ARLINGTON Santa sure depends on McCullocK Even his tiniest helper can use the new light weight (only 2o. pouuds) hain saw without tiring. And JHcCa lloch Power " enable helpen to cut, limb and trim in plenty of time for esa ties. Best of all, the new M6Cullo&, ~_ complete and ready to work, ~ co~ only $234 in Arlington. [],~A No wonder Santa fills so many Stockings with the wonderful new Md2ullo& Model 33. hhl - ,,t. II )! 1--7-55 McCuIloch S¢~]K 40" bar .." ............ z"/o 40" bar ................ ~-~u 1--440 l~%'~ull~h, almost * n y, t~ 36 bar ................ ~-~ 1--~-25 MeCuiloeh, almost new. $¢~ 24" bar ................ laeSu b-New 5 h.p. Ode. Mcna S~,32"bar z-a~U 1---R~I lt~xl, 7 h.p. heavy duty, 48" bar, $275 new ...................... 600D Arlington Airport