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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1953. PAGE SEVEN Anne Meugniot Phone 1526 ; ey"lt IST AS nily relkrs - , r two f_" " Jonn Danubio had her rs. Lenaual Christmas tea for mem- ?Dani~ of the high school faculty, turda~lleir husbands and wives, Friday 9re$ er.oon Seasonal refreshments ~un t~.~_ ;lenn _1~e served by candlelight, and ;o ca ml~}hristmasy atmosphere was this, NIoyed by all nd hi~ , " , , Ierritt, ~he rer n Michael Kirchgessner 'we~tson of Mr and Mrs Larry anve~,~,h ~ . -'ntl~ gessner celebrated h 1 s en~n~h[ birthday last T:reSd~y, ~"~*'!c. 15~'~.1: , Carol Jo Kanikeb g, - ,rot Lord, Susan Bjorn and Den- were - ' .... ~ Heaton came to the party. ~rnng.llther ~.B,ue s present were Mrs. Burke beyn~ton, Mrs Kennv Kanikeberg, t]lenL : . r lMrs. Phllhp Bjorn. Sending - d~ents were Theresa Anne Os- aa _u~tll, and Wendee and Dennis wee~]~raPSOn. HOME FOR CHRISTMAS This is the week for last-minute shopping, opening Christmas cards, and making Christmas cookies--and welcoming the chil- dren home from school for the holidays. Mr and Mrs. Rudy Reese drove to Auburn Tuesday to get their son Charles, who attends the Sev- enth-Day Adventist school there. Duane Davis is home from Westminster College at Salt Lake City, to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tiland will be here to spend Christmas with their parents. Also at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Tiland will be their grandchildren, Sharon Lee and Gibson Bruin- bach, who have been attending school here. Lt. Commander and Mrs. E. E. I joyed a social evening of sing-[(~l~na_ |._ BRYANT in~ Santa marine his appearance,~ ! - ~ * Aline 'rhomsen Ilar{d the children changed theIDelellve erVlCe Phone 2503 Ii tune to 'Santa Claus is coming tol l~ ! . ~range Installs I town." He d Jstributed gifts to the lt~egulations 'I'he~e was a good crowd out aIichildren first, and then to the la- dies and to the men. A deliciousI Captain Chester J. Chastek, 2ryant~ness laStthe jointFridaYinstallationeVening oft potluck lunch was served to alI, tUS?~. \~ asnmgton State Direclor 'Am Subordinate and Juvenile of- andafter the lunch a few gamest :,f ~:e}ective dervice, said today Acers. The impressive service was ot pinochle were m progress, lhat the Executive Order signed )ut on by K. T. Knutson, assist- I hear Miss Frances Williams by President Eisenhower on Dec. )d by Syh, ia and George Espe, SaN Woods and John Thomsen, Mrs. Knutson was acting chap- lain and John Wrage sang. 3arol Singers We at the J. B. Thomsen home were pleasantly surprised early Sunday evening when the carol 3ingers from Arlington arrived xnd sang some beautiful hymns,l The Guys and Gals 4-H Club Christmas party was held at the~ 3ryant Grange hall Sunday p.m., December 20, with 19 attenmng. ['llere was an exchange of gifts and lunch was served. The next meeting will be Monday, Jan. 4. was the lucky winner of lhe tele-ill. 1953. will result in the rein. vision set at the Arlington Safe-lduction of a number of men who way st})re Saturday evening Con-}were released from service after gratulations, Frances. I having served as little as one Sandy Wimp is still at the hos-Ior two days of active duty. pital and is not improving at This Amendment to Selective present. I Service Regulations will. Captain The Bernard Peterson children Chastek said, remove lhe possi. are about recovered from their bility of evasion of minimum bout with the flu. Roy Guthrie is digging a new well at his home. Too late for last week---Miss Geneal Ingham celebrated her 16th birthday Sunday. Mrs. Lil- lian Lunn and daughter and Vicky, Mr. Gill Torell were Sun- day visitors at the Ingham home. equitable service by a small number of persons who. under the former regulations, were re- quired to be classified as having satisfied requirements if they had served on active duty for one day or more. As revised, the reg- ulations will require a minimum of six months' service. Under the new regulations, The Getchell School presente( their Christmas program to a packed house Friday evening at the community church. It was in form of a play entitled "Station J:O-Y," with characters of Fair- ies, Dwarfs, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, the toy band and many others. After the play the choir sang several numbers with Mrs. Val Lindborg closing the program singing "The Lord's Prayer." San- ta Claus distributed gifts with treats for all. There will be "a Givilian De- fense meeting at the school house, Jan. 4 at 8 p.m. This is for everybody, especially those with telephones. The Getchell Church will hold special services early Christmas morning at 7 a.m. There will be a guest speaker. The Getchell Sunday' School presented their Christmas, pro- gram tea large crowd on Sun- day night. The members present- ed their parts first, after which a 30-minute film was shown.' Candy and nuts were distributed to all. Richard Haaland returned home M~. dgy~ from ov.erseas,~ for{ a furlough'L pi ents,: Vlr.t and Mrs. C, E. Haaland. Richard/ "has been serving with the U. S./ Army in Korea. | urday. Mr. and Mrs. George Rauch spent Sunday in Monroe with Mr. and Mrs. John'Peterson. The 1st Lutheran Sunday School and congregation will have its Christmas program Fri- day evening, Dec. 25. The public is invited. Week-end guests at the I-tow- ard Swalling home were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fingarson and son of Port Orchard. Mrs. Lottie Alstrom spent Sun- day with Mrs. Berniece Ross at Warm Beach. The Lakev~ood P.T.A. met De- cember 14 at the school. A short business meeting was held, after which the group was favored by a program from the Arlington music department under the di- rection of Mr. Roy M. Larson. It included the following: Vocal solo, Joella Wilkins; two trumpet solos Bob Alexander; vocal duet, Mr. Larson and Glen Tissue;i trombone solo, Larry Eliason. The boys' quartette favored with 3 selections after which the choir i sang several numbers. The music was greatly enjoyed by all. The Fidelitx GardehClub met for their Christmas party at the Grange hall Wednesday. The~ members exchanged gifts and i each revealed her secret sister.