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PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 31,195:}. Mrs. Horace Enyeart, ! ge old York Mrs. P. S. Jones, Mrs. Louis Broten of Bellint, ba'~ ----~ ' ........ ILl ~, 1 1 ~J. Floyd Wright Mrs. Roe Wright, Mr and M-~ o c ,....°,. _~ r,.. *~1 - ~ *...Lb. ~L • d• ~UII~=~'.Ui J_Jd.i- Mrs. Henry Bagley, Mrs. Maurlce riheton. This week's visitors arp Swanson Mrs W L Schuler, the~ Mis -s ..... - . , .• • : - . .. ~e ~orma and ~xaren Mrs Bob hilton, Jr Mrs l~ t~ Wee re " ~- _. :• ..... :~. • • : ~te n of BrookIngs, Ore., fv,- u]dale, Mrs ~:u[n a nomas ann merlf D " ... ." y o arrIngton. mrs. ivan aones ........ mr. ana Mrs. lienry urown ana -- . - ~ . .. son Henry Jr spent the Christ- Arriving a the name at ±vir " •" - . - -. -: - . ~ : mas weeK.end at the names of and Mrs. aonn l~ewls, ~r. at ............ '. Mr anti lvlrs13IU weber and French Creek, Monday morning lda" ~,_. ." "uonter ann Mr aDo Mrs wal- were :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sturgeon ...... " m • .. ........... , ter ±,lorgan oi iacoma Mr ano two cnuaren aT liawtnorne,! ....... • . ." ........... i~rown recelvea a Call Irom HiS ~:al~, mrmenv oz uarrIngton tol " " "' i . • • ' brotl'er Sundaywarning from spend the hohc.ays visiting rel-iNort~ ~. r """ '" ..... ~*~.,A~ ~,,.1 ¢.io,~ h,~,,~ I La Ollna, WiSHing nun ]fie ,,,,,~o ~,,,, ,,,,.,,~,~ ""'"• i'seas• art's greetings.- Le~er Enyeart son of Mr. andl ............. ,.,. ,, ~,' - • ~ VlSlrlng at tHe names at lvlr MrS. ~orace rmyear[ arrlveal ....... ' - ... ~ .- -- " --. ~mu t~les Henry t~rown aria tam- name luesaay nigHt irom Ala- :;_ ~ i. ~ . ...... ............. ..y ann t~lr and lvlrs tAyae /vlor- mead, ~allI lie Will report oaeK . ~ . • ..... ,.¢ ~...**1~ 1~.. ~n,h I gan irom iuesaay until Yrlaay .................... ]were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mar- Christmas Day dinner guestslgan at the home of Mr and Mrs Tom ° p," . • ... ,; . ..,.~ .~_.,,." ..... ..2 2_.~1 LnrIstmas visitors at the home z~-wJs a.u ~al.,y wc~ ,v.• ant, of Mr .......... • . I . anu Mrs. nero ~rusem Mrs. John Le~ls, Sr., of the Stll- w ........... ere Mr arm Mrs vnn Ager ann laguamish Country Club and • • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sturgeon and daughter Kristin of Sequim. To Go to Pasadena For Rose Bowl Game Elmel" Wood is leaving by plane Wednesday evening for Ontario, Calif., where he will visit his brother Harvey and also attend the Rose Bowl game. Spending Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doan and son Tom,. Jr., was Mrs. From Ohio Spending Christmas at the home of'Mr, and Mrs. Harry Van Arnam and family for the first time in twelve years was" Mr• Van Arnam's mother, Mrs. Aciel- la Van Arnam of Akron, Ohio. Catches Steelhead Carl Taylor caught two ,nice ! P.T.A. Membership Stands at 108 There was a good attendance at the last regular meeting of lhe Darrington Parent Teacher Association. Mrs. Ruth Barker resigned as treasurer and was replaced by Mrs. Lois Hayter. The membership drive ended with this meeting with 108 mere- Wedding Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards and sons were Mrs. Bernice Hayward, James Schuler, Mr. and Mrs. Ketten- ring and family, all of Seattle, and Mr. Jacobson of Whidby Is- steelhead, in the Sauk River Fri. bets signed up. The room " or land. Earl Hyatt In Hospital Earl Hyatt was Providence Hospital in Tuesday afternoon, what was believed to a stroke• Jake Harry Gladsjo took in the ambulance• Don't forget to try Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pratt and Mrs. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Wolfe and daughter Rachel, formerly of Germany, and Mrs. Etta Pratt, all of Bel- lingham, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pratt and son Allen of Darting- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen and family spent Christmas in Seat- tle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Petersen and family. Sunday visitors at the Larsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olsen and family, Fred Larsen and Louis Petersen, all of Seattle• Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mayer and two children spent Christ- mas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Christlen of Cicero. in the Air Force and is stationed at Moses Lake. Mrs. Gertrude Sterling re- 'urned home from Seattle, bring- ing with her Captain and Mrs. Sterl~g and daughter to spend a week. Jimmie Strum and his mother were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hilton of Everett• Mr. and Mrs. John Larsen ahd son of Everett were dinner guests also. Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lorenzen and family were Mr. and Mrs. Graver Barnhart. Spending Christmas at home with his parents was Lawrence ~Bud) Tollenaar, who is work- ing at Tonasket. Christmas night visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Underwood were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Perry and daughter, who have just returned from Albu- querque, New Mexico• Christmas eve visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Woods and family were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Edlund. Christmas Day guests were Miss Joyce Mattson of Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Woods of Mukilteo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward and daughter Nancy visited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Cameron and families in Marys- ville Saturday• Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Woodward were Mr• and Arriving at the home of Mr. Mrs. Fred Snelgrove and daugh- i and Mrs. Wallace OverhQlt and ter Karen of Shelton, Mr. and family on Tuesday was Mrs. Em- ma Johnson of Yakima, to spend the holidays• Also Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Shank of Clearview, Wash., from "l~hursday until Saturday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bueal Forrester were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Estes For- rester of Darrington and vicini- ty and Sammy Forrester of Cen- tralia. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Bueal Forrester's birth- day. Mrs. Roy O'Brien of Seattle, Mr. and M~s. Irving Olsen and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wood- ward and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Butler, all of Dar- rington. The Snelgroves stayed up "until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold York en- tertained Irk. York's family ata buffet supper and exchanged gifts Christmas eve. Dinner guests on Christmas day were Mrs. York's mother, sisters and their families• Mrs. J. J. Haga and son Harold of Skykomish, Miss Helena Haga and Bill Jenkins of Seattle• There was a good attendance ,at the Pentecostal Christmas I program Monday night and the program was good. Sunday visitors at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews and family and at the Pentecos. tal Church were Johnnie and Billie Kroeze of Everett• Also v]siting at the Andrews home is i Raymond ~'esteren of Brookings, ;Ore. There will be a New Year's Eve watch service at the Pente- costal Church starting at 8 p.m. There will be special music for the meeting• Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates, Mr. and Mrs. John Bates and fam- ily, and Mr. and Mrs• Walter Bates were Christmas eve dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Farris Bates and family, of Italterman Spur. They also ex- changed gifts• Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates re- ceived a call from their grand- son Bob Pearson and his wife in Long Island, N.Y. John Bates called his uncle, Dan Bates, in Gilmore, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bates also talked to him. They had not heard his voice for over forty- four years• The Baptist Christmas pro- gram 5untiay evening was very nice and was put on by the lower ~classes, with the help of their teachers. Mrs. Frank Bryson and Mrs. Morris Long, teachers of the junior class, Mrs. Nellie Aiken, primary, Mr. John Putts, interme- diate, Rosie ttasenyager, begin- ners, and Mrs. Hasenyager, nur- sery. The church was full and there were treats for the kiddies. Christmas eve visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lem- man and family were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lemmon and son Mark, Mrs. Faye Lenehan and a' friend, all of Seattle. Mrs. Lene- han and her friend stayed up until Saturday night. The basketball game here Tuesday night, between Darring- ton and Granite Falls, was won by Darrington by a score of 51- 35. Darrington will play a practice game at Everett with the Everett B league Friday night. aMr'rid and Mrs: Horace Enyeart two sons, Lester and Charles, were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mrs. A, T. Enyeart and family of Monroe. There was no white Christmas for the Darrington folks, and it was quite warm for the time of year. Let us hope it stays that way all year. bring all our friends a bountiful measure of health, happiness and all of the joys of life! Coast - to - Coast Store Met Sass and Lewis Cole Radio-Televlsion Service and Repair Mrs. Buyer and Mr. Seller Get a Break Through the Want • 3c Per Word • Minimum charge 65c The Arlington Tim and Shopper PHONE 493 Phone 493 ARLINGTON, WASHINGFrON I II I I two children of Hawthorne, Calif• Spending the Christmas holi- days at the home of Mr. and lV~s. Harold Bennett and son Bill were Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Peek and children, Zane and Shawn, of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and daugh- ter Patricia Ann of Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bennett and son David were also Christmas Day dinner guests. Sunday din-: Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles and four children 9everly, Jackie, Frankie and Danny of Swede Heaven. Visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bullen and daughter Barbara and other rel- atives were Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Bullen and daughter Gall and Norman Bullen and daugh- ter Sherrie, all of Seattle. Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. FurtHer were Mr. and Mrs. Charl- ton Hayter and children of Dar- rington, Mrs. Pearl Hayter and son Jack of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Glen C. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crawford and family, all of Darrington. the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Jones, and Christmas Day at •the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mundell and family of Lynden. There were a total of twenty-seven there for dinner. Christmas guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and family were Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Rowe and family of Bellingham, Mrs. Miller of Bennettville. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jones and family spent Christmas eve at l Sunday.,,Other guests for Christ- mas dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hyde and boys. Christmas eve visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Val John- son were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Whitt~tVand two sons, Mrs. Mil- ler and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson of Everett• Mr. and Mrs. Val Johnson and family spent Christmas day at the home of Thursday evening and stayed tington, and Mr. and Mrs. Loyal until ~unday aztcrnoo,." and Smoke and family of Seattle, Mr. Visiting at the home of Mr• and Mrs. Bratland and family, and Mrs. John Ireland and Mr. and Mrs. Wuethrich and daughter Trudy Lee were Mr• family and Mrs. Tilman Dagle and Mrs. C. A. Thomas of El- and two sons, Tom and Jerry, lensburg, from Thursday until were also there• Tom Dagle is Howards for. the week-end• Mrs. E. L. Howard brought her grandson Gregory Armstrong of Edmonds, hofiae with her last Sunday. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Armstrong. arrived will arrive at the Riddle home to remain for the rest of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Smoke and family spent Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. w • Smoke ofR•. 4, Arlington• Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smoke and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Art Smoke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Beryle 5make an4 family, all of Ar- were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and family of ttanfilton. Robert returned to Darrington with the • eh,~ ~,.h ¢chool --m was Shenherds Watched .... Reioice Doan's uncFe Henry Pfromm, of da- class winning the prize for ob- --- Talent Show January packed *'f~ll ~,W'ednes~ay night andv Sing" and "Silent Night,"i IVlarysville. ' ~" taining the most members was Lions Party - -----o---- for the school s Christmas pro- led b-" Clarence Cas'~ers ParkerI Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faueett From Kanscm City no~. yet alsciose(L lvir. uaspers, The home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- DARRINGTON CHURl gram. "Shine Little Candle" was .~ ~ ....... P .'_ ~.'~ ]and family spent Saturday vis- Mrs. Julius White is expecting cn.alrman of.the program com- ry Edwards was the scene of a ~ ....... acted out by fourteen fifth grade ~y.ers,react fine ~ory o,,~ ],He t~a-liting at the home of Mr and Mrs her narents Mr and Mrs H E mit~ee, is asking Ior VOlunteers wedding Christmas night Mr ~a~ring~aa mem?ms~ • [1VI[ lyalrest desus rtalte-i . • *" ' .... • ' girls, wearing green crepe paper . Y" .. ....... : . __ Charles hal.lender and family of Black of Kansas City Moto to try out .~or a .~aient snow• The Edwards' sister Bernice Hay- t)•L ~orse~n, pas~or : tl~o~ nnd hats and blinking luJan unorus and ~tar oI tne~ Port Townsend . .. ~ ~.' ~" tryouts %vih De Held January 6th ...~-; ---~ T~,~'-.o ¢,.h,d,~, ,,,,~,,~ ~unaay ~cnooi ±o a. .......... o ,, • . arrive iuesaay morning ior a . wa~u, a,u ..... ~o ~ ............. , their flashlights A play "Ser- East was sung .by .a m~xed Visitin~ at the home of Mr few weeks visit at 7.30 p.m. at the school. The united in marriage by Rev. Bur- 11 a.m., evening servv , ~,eant Santa Claus" was nut on cHorus oI tHirty-six girls, [nree _~. ~a;,7-,, ..... ~ ~-,,~,~,,~," ..... • ...... room count was won oy Miss seth at 8 n m Mr and Mrs Schu- -- _ . ~v tho oi.hth grat]e It ~a~ a men teachers and nine boys ac- ~,mc ~,.~,~'~ ~u ~u~¢,~,;: ..Mr•.ana ~lrs. oscar wooa aria Frank's room. Mayor Walter . ..... Catholic Church (oar -, ...... ~, ...... - .................... ........ v ................ • " r . . ler of Klrkland were also pres- o,...~ ~,... ;.., .... +,..,..~, ..... n companled by Vlneta Rensink at ...... ' ....... Mrs. l'~lles COlSOn retu ned name Bates reported that If everything ~-. At+....~. ........... ~..., Mass every Saturday ossu, t out ***tc.co~.,st,*,*x,~.u .~.....: -... .~ , .~ ~... ~.- ,r..,... 1S Mr. ann Mrs. uonam ~nct~m-I~undav from ~ trin to Kuna . .... -oc.t. ~tc~ L.C U~*CmU.y, a UU*" • v - u,e ma,u anu ,eu uy ~v,~. nc,g,~ • . .~ ; ----- - *- , went along as Well as expected -- the children were ery good In ..... lock and two children sonl Idaho where the" visitedthe .......... •fet supper was served byMrs. First Baptist Chur,-h their roles Jean Gladsjo and t~awarus. Charles of Montesano, ~Vash I.~..**.2~ .., ~ ...... ~,,, .... .]He community oUUalng WOUld Edwards. • ........ [ ....... "" Tommv Beck nlayed " 'Twas the The program ended with the ~.,~ ~,,th ,~f ~,~ttlo ",! ............................ De reaay io1" use Dy the middle ~ ~/rn~tun, vva~n.. Night Before Christmas" and "Si- audience joining In the singing Donald Faulkner was a Christ 1 e .... ,~..,. ,~,.~;~ .... ~ +~,. of January. After a short bus- The Lions Club Christmas ~ Las" ~" ro _n, .pascor lent Night" on their aeeordions, of "Joy to the World and "O, mas eve ninn' r '-uest at the lness, session, the meeting was party started at 6:30 p.m. Mon- . unoay enoo ma.. . • • ,, ,* ,- s .u.,= u, ~,,~. ,v,a,s,,,=t ,,,yc,o turned over to the entertai . . . **a.,,. ~,. ,. r.. v.,,. Deck the Halls with Boughs of Come All Ye Faithful.Mrs. Ed-~. .... ~ n. ~,,n ~,~ c ,~ ~..~,~, ...... ~...~ ~ .... .~__~,~.,..~o ¢~._.., ....... n-day, with dinner being served at ~orvloo R n m 1'9 'i • ' • " IIUAII~ UI "tJl" ~l:l*llq*4 &viii°• ~'J" & • &~'~*~'l ~Ell:= ll~l LVVU U(gLU~AIt~I~ Olll~'£11 meat zor me eve " ' . ........ =•'''• Holly, Angels We Have Heard wards supervised the music, o,,a e~mu,, ,,~ ^,~,,=t,,,, I....~ ,-. ............ nmg. a ne benlor 7 p m The ham dinner was ,~,a. ^_- • , On High " and "Silver Bells,"Miss Franks, the play; Mr. Cas- ""'* "."':'"a "" "~" .... s~=,,. - i~:=u t~a~ aria melr ~amer, t:nn- Band, !ed'by Mr. Caspers, played served" family style The places ni~.'~..~Ko,clservlce • "" ...... " ~'" the Grade Sch""' Hers the band• Mr Dyers the ~nrIstmas visitors at me nomeltu- ,,,s=,~, o,., ~several seIections and was fol ....... ,,,,^~ ........ "1 ,,^. ,.^ s , • ,,~,. • ;,,,,u~"~"*-="°°u''~*~, "~;~,..~-.,.=" .... ~,,,,~,~..*';'-~-='--* ~,~rt ~'nrk',. , Mrs 'Reacte• , ~the' cos- of Mr. and Mrs. John FurtHer] Mr• and Mrs. Dave Buchanan l lowed,, by the one-act comedy business**C'Y ...................... was taken care of the .. .-----'~ - - " | The High School Band of twenty- tumes, and Mrs. Schuler, the were Mr. an.d Mrs. Donald Fort-land son. left Tuesday.by plane p[a.y, Curs, es~ What ~ Night," in gifts were passed out and' the Th~hufich ~f ~a~:l~fj • D V " " t)ro~rams ner ann iamny oI ~eattle. If°r l~ortn t arolina, wnere they wnich i'arKer D ers pta ed the • "~"'~:'" ................. SLX students la ed While _ _ • Y Y rest of the evening wasspent Dar to W ~~ _----7-~-------~--- Visitors at the home of Mr.I .... u art • . ] ,lng n, ash. plan to stay for abot a month, p of a villain; Mrs. Thelma nlaving Bingo and cards T ~ no~ ..... ~ ..... +^, unnaunas Decoranons Mill uo. serves ,,~,~ ~,.oxr;,, r~', ..........I ......... Crawford a ve-,, dramati" hA, " " ° • ~• -~• • ....... "~--, V~'o~'-" _. .... ,.,,__._.____ .~:.... c~,,u *,**o. v*,~,JllmourfortIle/uvernlgn[ guests at one nome , ea ~ "=*" -------- .~,,ndav ~ohnn| I0 winners ~,an,,cm--~ usauez . - oine', Bob Flemlnthe heroine" 's "~-'" ; ........... The Darrin ton Mill ave a Christmas week-end were Mr of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olsen . g, Treats for Children i ing Worship 11 Ever -Mrs. George Slatton won first " g g and Mrs. Dale Stock and Mr.]and family on Christmas eve husoand; Horace wnyeart, the ~,~ i~,~,~ r,~ ,~, ~,n ~,~ t'~,~lshin 7"30 " prize in the outdoor Christmas Christmas dinner at the Grange Linke of Seattle I were Mr and Mrs Frank Coone sheriff, and Mrs. Mary Faucett, .-. .... ~'"L" ..... _ =:'~" ~'" .t"~l ;~.,'-'^2., ........ deeoratio.ns contest put on.by hall Friday, Dec. 18, and served About twenty-five Baptist and]and family of Concrete. Mr. and a mystery woman. The play was au;part~he2~ea~?n[d ~%v~°g:n~evri7:~(~epU.m~.~u~y' tar~y~, me ~araen t~lUO, tier aecoranon over a hundred mill employees, Pentecostal Young Peonle went/Mrs Olsen and family visited at ennrely without meaning or a ,,,~'~ ..... ,~',~ .... ~%~ ..... ~o ,~1 Friday" Youn~ Peonll was simple and s eet and the loggers and Forest Service em- Christmas carotin~ in a trailer]the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph plo but was funny all the way th,~ ,-him,.,,, ~n, ~o,~,~ T,,u,~,, , (V L B ) 7"30 smap.ll~ty of It as the winning ployees and their wives. After pulled by a tractor on Christmas/Olsen and family of Usa on Sat- thr ~ g h; The acting_ was very aar was the Santa Claus and 9omr. ~eeona prize went to Mrs. the delicious ham dinner, motion eve [urday gooa. ine play was ctirected by h~,~dod n,,t ~h,~,,t h,,~ h,,,a,,~n Calvary PenteCostal Ch~ Roger Boyd. Her outs de tree and pictures of the first few Timber Snendin~ the Christmas vaca [ ~,,,,~,, m ........ ~t~ ~t th,~ Mrs. Zlllah Garton music by ........... Darrin-ton • ,- *, - -~ ..... v ........ s ........... s " ' • oags Oi treatS tO me pre'-scnooi over-all decgrat]ons were very Bowl parades were shown Mr tion at the home of Mr and/h .... , ~n, o,n ~a,~ ~,~,~ ~,,~ Mr Kay Ruth and Mrs. Doris ............. C B Andrew nastor • • " • .v..~. ,,...... ,..,. ~...o. ~,,,- ..~,** cnnoren at tHe ~lty tian Tues- • • .*" good. Her porch decorations were Harry Van Arnam manager oI Mrs Floyd Harhin Sr woro M~ ] ...... ~J, o,,n ~ ~,~m u ......Loughnan took care of the props. ,~o, ~t ...... -rh,~, ¢o,,~ , ~.Sunday School 10 a all home made. Mrs Charlie the Darrington Mill was pre- and" Mrs~-Fln,,~-~'arbi",~ Tr " ~/-~_'."_~F-_'~'2_": "_'?~; ~'.."_'_':\'t ....... A lunch of red and green jello .'%"" F'~": ....... 2""-. ...... ~" "??" Mornin~ Worsi~i- 1' • H v • ' • --.7 ........., ~....~ anti tiaugnter oI ~rnngton. and " • nls treats went flown to ]He b t", Vl/hlte and Mrs. ugh Pea ey sented with a clock and desk set family af Rollincchnm / .......... Christmas cookies w a s o~h~ ~.,~ n.~,~,~ ~,,+ ,h,~ ,.~,,o Evangelistic Service, tied for third prize with Santa b the em lo ees " "'* "~" ..... :'*:~'"-'"" [..L, UeStS at ~ne. name oi ~r. and served by Donald Rutt, Mrs ?~'~Y':- ..... vF~ .... ~'.~, .... ~.'~ q',,,~sclav Rih],~ ~i ~r,d ~toi-h~ and reindeer The Y P y " Christmas visitors at the home,mrs" t~lyae ramam are Mr. and Thorella Wells M~ T,,i~ rao,,,,~," m me youngsters up mrougn the ...:.'-" ~, . ...... prizes were $5, $3, and $2. The Overnight guests during the °wferMe ]wandTMrS~,Bc,°bhyll~n' fir=/Mrs" Reldar Westeren of Brook. Miss Athena Franks, Mrs Harold mxth grade.. Over four hundred "T/aursdav, Youn- Pe judges, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bru- Christmas holidays at the home children'-Sharon and~ "l~erry,~'o~.lgns' wU~l~ ~nen~nil~re~oCre vis- Bennett, Mrs. E'd Hunter,•Jr•, su- bags were given to tHe Kmaies. vice, 7:30 p.m. ~" seth and Mrs. Roy Loughnan, of Meryle Boehmer and his Everett ~ " g • pervised by Mrs. Stina Olsen.,u,-- ,,~...~'--~ • d ~"~" " J"~='~ judged over a hundred door gar- mother. Mrs. J. H. Boehmer were Christma~ ,~i--,~r ..... ~ o~ ,h,~[Mr. and Mrs. Cly e Tatham, ~ a¢ t~,¢o^., ~,,, GUYS AND GALS 4-H ]ands, window displays and win- Mr. arid Mrs. George Klokseth home of Mr ~,~d Mr~ R,~h ~li~ /Mr- and Mrs. ReIdar Westeren, Christmas eve guests at the ....... : ............ dow decorations both Monday and their daughter Jackie of Ta- *~n Jr ~nd ~'d'~,~h~"'~]~',:/Mr" and Mrs. Lewie Noble and home of Mr. and Mrs. Floydl "rne amoulance was called to ~m~una~ party w, morning during the daylight coma, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Boeh. wer~ ".Mr ~'~ ~t'~''~h 1~~ Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pearson Wright and daughter Cheryl the ~ortson .Mill Tuesday when the Bryant Grange hal and" again at' night, after the mer of Everett, Miss Doris Boeh- gr ~nf ~"r'~i'n~t~,~" ~ "T~*~ spent Saturday night visiting at were Mr. and Mrs. Roe Wright! Loren vurunlem was Injured by from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. lights were turned on. There mer of Mc-Chord Field and Mr. ~a~e"~nd'-t'wo'~h~i'{~r~'~ ~,~,~¢: the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woody and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wright! a Ian oI aoout twenty-five feet everyone arrived ,~ • • ~ v ........... j " " ~ ........ " s nacortes famll straight down to a concrete floor were so many nice displays that and Mrs. Russell Kragnes and ~,tt and Mr~ .1 lq" THtqeov ~nd Da ch and son of A . and y of Concrete. Mr. and . ....... games• Later we ........................ Flu d W " aglow tie Jan~ea on ms ieet " " t the nineteen following persons family of Felton, Minn. Other Mrs Marth~ ~4~din nf P,~,,~ n, Mr and Mrs August Peterson Mrs. y right and daughter • . ~ . . gifts. When the glf ..................... " " - • • h lm v bl s nt Christ and t e pac~ crushed both were g~ en honora e mention: visitors were Cadet James Beal Alon~ Td~hn M'r~ "r,,,.L-,~ ~and Dr and Mrs Riddle and two pe mas day in Belling- . was completed, re .......................... " " at th ankles lie was taken to the " FAith Bedal, Mrs. Stma Olsen, of West Point and Miss Mary Jo Mr.~ FIi]t~n Jr '~ mother ~nd daughters Charlotte and Bette ham e home of Mr. and .. • ..... were served. -- Alleen ......................... ' raln " h t~ene ospItal In t~verett Or r Mrs. Sam Bates, Mrs. Dons Bro- Woody of Everett• ~,o u~.n,. ~ ~.= ..... h~L...,~.~ snent Christmas Day in Seattle Mrs. Jo n Rhodes. • " reporte . &vl%o. ll~l%AAl~ /.~ /lq~£ ~lallUlllULll~l• k~ d " Pears ville on drove the ambu ten, Mrs. Paul Woodward,..Mrs. Christmas visitors at the home The two women visited at the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Wright were , ......n t~,..n.... ~^^.~. .... : . t~erry woos, Mrs._r~var~aIuna, of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Broten Hilton home until Sunday morn- L. R. Dixon and family. Albert Christmas Day dinner guests at ~tt",~',~ ................... tn Arlington Mrs. t~oraon McArmur, Mrs. liar- and family were Mr. and Mrs. ing. Vorhaug also went. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom ............... ~,,.uuut~ ver for Mr. and Mrs. A1 Howard and Visiting at the home of Mr. Wright and family in Concrete• Here's hoping you had a y EXPERT CL family plan to leave Wednesday and Mrs. Lloyd Rankin on Sun- Arriving at the home of Mr. merry Christmas and willhave -------------o-- to spend New Years in Couer d' day was Mr. Rankin's nephew, and Mrs. Harold York Monday a Happy New Year all year Use Times Cla Alene, Idaho, visiting at the Barry• Mrs. Glendon Rankin and evening were Mr. and M'rs. Laur- through• effective, economical• homes of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mar- son are visiting her brother and en Brown of Pullman. They re ....... tin and Mr. and Mrs. Vess How- family at Burlington. turned home again Sunday. ~ " ~-~%" ard. Christmas Day dinner guests Christmas eve guests at the ~:~ ~~~, Overnight guests at the home at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman ~ ~ ~of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips Reece and family were Mr. and Henson and family were Mrs. Vie ~-~" K.~[I ~] and family on Christmas eve Mrs. Lewis Reece, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmour, Howell (Jeep) White, ~1 ~ ' were Mr" and Mrs" B" B" Napier Bob Reece and Mr--and Mrs. Jim Orville Hyatt and Louis McMa- ii!l ~~~~ and family, Ben Napier and Mrs. Reece, Jr,'all of Darrington, and hart. Zona Phillips, all of Everett. Mrs. Blanche Lane of Arlington• Sunday dinner guests were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece, Sr., Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Beeman of Arlington. and family were Sunday dinner Ferman Henson and family were Spending Christmas at the guests at the home of Mrs. Miss Helena Haga, Bill Jenkins home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Blanche Lane of Arlington• of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Howard and family were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Riddle and~Haga and son Harold of Skyko- Mrs. Charles Petrich and family family spent the holidays at the mish and Mr. and Mrs. James ofAuburn. Abbey, sonofMr, and home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Haga and family of Darrington. ((4)i '('~ ~ Mrs. Petrich. remained up for a Riddle in Sumner. Mr. Jenkins and,Miss Haga re- =-" ~# week. Miss Bette Riddle, daughter of turned to Seattle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howard Dr. a~d Mrs. N. C. Riddle, is and family spent Christmas !~ome for the vacation from Port- Sunday dinner gudsts at the with Mrs. Sella tiooper and son land, where she is teaching. Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. James Come on in, 1954, and Robert of Birdsview and all Dean Thompson of Castle Rock Haga and family were Mr. and