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April 2, 1925     Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers
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ARLINGTON TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL2, 1955. Miss Doris Marsh of the U of W. spent the week-end at home A son was born Sunday, March 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boyer. Miss Lorene Foss visited friends in Seattle over the week-end. Will Woods and family of Cliu- ton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Woods on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bluemke and Mrs. T. C. Wilson visited Mr. Wilson at Stanwood Sunday. R. E. Dolloff of the Oakland Automobile Co., Everett. was in town Monday Gus Lang, who is all at the Arlington Hospital is said to be doing well. Mr. Lang suffered from an abscessed appendix Mrs. Blaine McGillicuddy of Bordeaux has been the guest of Mrs. Newton Field for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Colbon and son, Wesley, visited in Tacoma Sunday with Mr. Colbon's sister, Mrs. Searte, and family. Mrs. Alma Shannon had as week-end guests at her home, her daughter, Mrs. E. B. Walker and Mr. Walker of Seattle. Mrs. Allen of Oso visited her daughter, Mrs. Archie Bannister, on Monday. Mrs. Allen had the misfortune to break her arm re- cently. William Bunten who recently suffered a broken leg while em- ployed with the Ayer Shingle Co., ]s convalescing at the Arlington General hospital. Maurice Dunn entertained sev- eral friends at his home Satur- day evening following the till I School play. Delicious refresh- I ments were served Mrs. Albert Kamm of 0so, who underwent a serious operation at the Arlington General Hospital on Monday is reported doing nicely Mrs. Victor Hugo of Aberdeen with her two little daughters are house guests at the home of Mrs. Hugo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chatten. Mr. and Mrs. Spiesterback of Everett were over Saturday even- ing to see the performance of "Clarence." Miss Alice Spiester- back returned with them Mr. and Mrs. William Skeers and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lane of Fortson were in town Saturday Miss Peai'l Skeers returned with them late Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Robert H. Allen drove to Seattle yesterday to meet the former's father, Judson C. Allen of Peace who is commg for an extended visit with his son. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Walker of Seattle were week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Alma Shannon They took in the A. 0. U. W. dance and program Saturday evening. The second of a series of card parties sponsored by members of Viola Rebekah Lodge was held Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bluemke. Four tables of "500' were in play A delicious luncheon was served at a late hour. Bridge was the diversion at the party given Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Grover Hinman. A de- licious luncheon was served at 4 o'clock. Those enjoying this pleasant afternoon were: Mrs. A1. Bundt, Mrs. It. W. Sessoms, Mrs. T. C. Wilson, Mrs J. C. Car- penter, Mrs. Fred G. Verd, Mrs. Harry Dunn. Mrs Wm. Verd and Mrs. Ralph Cady. Charles Lawson of R. 4 has pur- chased of C. R. Taylor of DeW,it. Neb., through the" A. M. Wendell agency, the 20-acre tract adjoin- ing Mr. Lawson's farm. Mr. Law- son intends to reduce the tract to cultivation A very delightful dinner party was given by Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sessom:; at their home Tuesday evening, covers being laid for twenty. Following the dinner the balance of the evening was devotled to bridge. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson. of the Burn, March 28, an 8l,'2 lb. baby boy. Mother and babe are being cared for at +the home of Mrs. May Haskins. Mayford and John Heaven are hauling shingle bolts to the plant of the Arlington Shingle Co. from the Houghton logging works near Bryant. Mrs. Wm. deW,it entertained several friends last Monday af- ternoon. Fancy work and chatting were the diversions of the after- noon. Mrs. deW,it served a de+ licious luncheon. The following guests were invited: Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. Ella Blake, Mrs. Herman Johnson, Mrs. A1. Cava- naugh, Mrs. Tom Lowe, Mrs. James Randall and Mrs. Fred ke Illinois-Indiana districts where the great tornado TWO CAMPS RESUME At; a welcome indication that the logging situation is somewhat improved, two camps on the Dar- rington branch resumed opera- lions during the week. The Cavano camp began cutting Tuesday, or- dering fifteen flats for that day's output, The Andron Logging Co.. at Darrington resumed April 1st. Both camps will operate at nor- real capacity. Half of the output of the Cavano camp will be ship- ped to Clear Lake, the remainder going to tidewater, A small outfit is preparing to begin logging near Dubor creek above Darrington, shipping their output over the Sank River Lum- ber company's railway, While the market is not consid- ered strong, recent curtailment has served to deplete the surplus of logs in the water, thus justi- fying more extensive cutting. .............. Tr + .... ...+ --.+ .... III PRAISE FIRE QUARTERS Fire Chief Charles Swanson of Everett and Contractor Solie vis- ited Arlington last Friday for the purpose of inspecting the Ha]e- Anderson automatic doors in- stalled in our new fire station in the municipal building. The doors were demonstrated by ,Chief War- ren who also showed the visitors through the firemen's quarters. The visitors expressed them- selves as well pleased with the action of the doors and compli- mented the local department on having acquired such well-ap- pointed quarters. Doors identical with those used here will be in- stalled in the two new stations being erected in Everett. BLONDE BESS OPINES "The boss would find all of us busily at work more often when he comes in unexpectedly if he would quit wearing those rubber heels." Easter Cards ALL PRICES AT Mansfield's THE DRUGGIST KODAKS STATIONERY DRUGS ThrouglouCi - -- , Baker The occasion w'ls Mrs de swept, taking ai+ 11 of 1000 lives and injuring 3000, all selfishness is : - 1 W-]tt's" birthda ..... forgotten as St s and nation make the effort to render relief and  ] : :Y: ....... assistance. .' e .is shown one of the emergency open-air food  I ]11 honol Ol the ontnuay anni & 11 t1 "      ,_ l l, ." + ..... " stations, at MU Ly.sboro, Ill., where hundreds were fed. Below, an ! All 00DBCIalg lop uasn unlv II+vorsary of mrs. Fra,,00 .o,.s, +n+ af+':an.".w ++he raveled +own o+ +rankfort, m., a sc=e type+a, ...,, .,l,. ,--,., .,, .,--,.,,, v ,,,,] II following friends surprised her of virtuMly all+ a, ns in the path of the terrible storm. :(:! ++ _ . __ ........ ----... II at he," home Saturday afternoon: +" - - ii e; TI In n n r I I I II The mesdames Gas \\; ell, W. T. Thursday, April 9 , 2 p m. Mrs. Barfer "king of Norway and Dais- i!   " ..... t  " %11 I IIKIIgl %bkl:lill II Dfltey, Gilbert Brekhus, A Me- Borsethand Mrs.+etwltlserve. larld , t093-1103, but that el- + ;+  I U! I n I + I k InL II + lntosh, W. W. Weds, Guy Hunter, Bzwant--Y. P ': meeting at though of royal birth, Ole makes j j ................... Ii Cai.1 Hatly, Jess Cohoon, Vauder- the school house 8P. m. [no cla,n to the crown of Norway.  ; n .....  .... $ ,a II hoot', Alexander, A. J. Naytor, Lakewood--Servies ill Norwe-,He avers that Ole keeps you on ii  ........  ........ O.D I[ Hank, 1+. Wilson, Mrs. Durbm, ian language w communion I the yump from one laugh to ;:: : +; -,r I I , Klass, R. O. Hmdes,.B. Preston, Sunday, April 5th;:15 The con-+the next, and A1 tells us. If you ;;  i.L".Jl.,t'Jl.D JgU.l .L1-J..CJ VV.CaJgJ1%. JPJJ.NIJI.Lir .,'S..l:-JlJJ ,LJ..I.J. i , '   , , , ' +fi o--.v,a,.o ,v, :-. vv......z -,..,=... ,-,,-, -,--- II C. Meyers, T. Brounty, Blair, c+.oian class rrets after the dent laugh when you see Ole you  ,,.. ..... + ,,, I! mgerson, Shannon orseth, H. ,o "+ had butter see a doctor. ,  ........... '-" - - ' [_4]}| ii/nutn, Ulilvan, /cKles, W]l| ay, Silvana+Sunda: April 5th'; ule nas ptayea in all ne prm- + # I .... T"  Ill Mrs Alia Hay; the Misses Su. ...... heel 10' services i cipal cities of America, .appear- !i : I , Irb Box Soda C]aekezs  - ............ ,4 , Ii/Elma Shah,IOn, Fern Cohoon, Car- with -+munio ,:: Norwe=ian+ing twelve times in Seattle this  /m ........  ..... +.;4-.. 7-'t ....... A ++ I ( Ill olyn Holing. After an enjoyable langua;e;'at 11 he Y. .S iseas'on. He is said to be the only  tzro'w'ung ippw'ew JV'nnc  I toos' ( la+ m I r'Yi" Ill afternoon, refreshments were ser- ,,   , e' always" iScandinavian Comedian who cat]  ,7-^+..^..2.^ ^. L'L .7 J I '- + ' ,' l .'I D i llved ::L+, + + " "+.entertaiu an American audience.  rvw'+:rt, yr v, + + dnesda-, i of the supporting compan7 His  your children s health sake give them plentx  ) t k,  Moihe s Ahtm]nmn ()al, l(n , : + , school :masterful presentation of Pealer- i of bread and butter--or a cool glass of milk--  'ha] A free i ewski's minuet and the Poet and ! and bread  ah Wednesday Peasant overture charms all the  " !: read,hE room at-the same place lovers of music while his origin-  Children like Purity Bread--because it is o :ans l,'llJe' l-O,l(,ll(, l\\;) " , to! aff s a one o'clock 1  , , an wa uncheon al medley of popula American  Subjec for Sunda, April 5,' . - " i  wholesome and satisfying.  , ,-.JJ wkn wnicn mrs. uarpenter was "Ufireality" L airs delights all:  '  I ; " --- ....... ' - . - . I assisted by Mrs. Harry Dunn. The, " j Thelma Nielsen, daner and ! DI .......... ; ..... .. ii , :- 111U11 U; UUI" UI'UI" :.z a' 1   . 1 i rooms were prettily decorated MTOnl.qT+EPI.COPAL I soloist, offers several entertam- : Y  I . lDllllfl PII1 ! :fflTTOO vlillfl + I ;with daffodils. Following the ,-uURC, '" ling numbers ++ __ _ !4 [ i ..... ., .. _ I ! ] lunchen br]dge was played, fay-+: Our services for ,Sunday, Aprzll Fhe dance will be featured by ; V+ann Rkorv " i ors om o mrs J A Gra and . s eclat numbels in z VJ.'.LLaL. x % [ gl ig, t-',n,. 1 "fla  ! , g'g " " Y 5. 1925 are" 9"45 a m., Sunday I sp " " eluding the  ,J  lJ I .1.Fe. &tL J,)l.. { Mrs. Hiram Foster, also thel ..,,  "  ^in  Wor ischottische and humbo Paul Carl- ,,, \\;...,.\\\\\\\...\.\\..\\,.\\\ ...... .\\; .................... (.\\;., + guest oi honor, Mrs mln un- I ..t.. ,,Kioot- "Th r Triumnhat ] son S accordion orchestra will era pr nt were Mesdames S F w.+ ..... .  ,,  .... ;,,, r,,,. furmsh the music , " ,) [ OUR OWN ROAST COFFEE , , Donnell, Hugh Sessoms, A H u:_ ., t..:.. ,,,#.. ! - ...... ... Moll, L C Palmer, N Field, [- . ;.,, ^+ + . .... +,,, our' J [ i A'd /aKa g , Blame McGflhcuddy, E. M. Floyd, ,, m,,+,+ .... ,m +rw "q'h" Palms" []  .i -- _. [] :_ . . ' Saturday evening about a hun-!,-E;ea % n*o'+en",,'a s'oio" f'ro';,iI I -mdll*dr'Ik IIJl I irnn00 I I /% |=ad'a**. FfJ-41 a'r, dred neighbors and friends of the Holy City bVSGaul The ch0irii , __.]a__.I |  i U iI,..'i i i I /"I|II IUI I ::U ... Ir. and Mrs. J:J. Meyers, 1 also sing inthe vening. I _ Iy ._ 4 _ I ]ng m ceenramg ne comp]emn , , ' - - Please note tat the hour of DI...... 61 . -+ of the Meyers fine new poultryI,.^ e..^+ ..... ,,, ,. oh .... a ,o I fl A Oil onFl00l II 0 Satuaoay April 4 to | ll[Ul[i []1 - +: shOzUSen;hi!ch is 20X100 feet in 7"45" " "V'7 :"" L """ :"  "iI b,n 00rrliIgl00 I=ri. April I I I.dusive I . . , a ith all modern appoint- "Each ni,ht nexiweek there will ! v. -.. VI--... " ..... ' ments. 'the house was "warmed" " g : . . + ' . ,i - - - - - -------->------------------- .... _, + +c00+rom | ............. , i oya party and dance. The affair, 7-45 to 9 n m es ar a ser- I I1AfLIIYIU.I 1 .-. .-. : ALBERS MINUTE [] adding to the envmble reputatmn !ies of pre-Eastei?neditations - on I RWFFT PATATnR lure C00+ne. nAT00 [] oz Mr and M v.--.--- ,v..v.-v "*  1 zs Meyer a genial w ecedm Under Ausuices of Reval Neighbors . . " ' "" '  " the events of the eek pr ..... g I ^_. = ..... I "-  -" n:andm a , ',the first Easter.' We feel sure iI ; ,Att 4% .tl :.....n** PER O_ I mI.. , Spoerhases birthdaY[the t you will fiztl these services I CANS . . .. Jl:':lI UI PACKAGE &O I i I r was rentemberea Dy aoout thirWIhelnful ann +--iri+ a-6d mu-iI : ..... -Y----Z-----'---t ... '-- ..... :,, ......  i k  L L of her relatives and friends last si .... ql ha o "," Oe o' nieht s i AMERICAN BEAUTY l -u= CROWN ROLLED II nursaay aternoon.  oounnous I service ' " " ! MI:AIINI [ JJJ IU I,Jl, U lTO "I FROM . lunch was served after whichthel Program for :Easter : will be i ,ivnH,,,! 1    . I I M guests aeparea wisning mrs. ublished ,next W:eek it will be a 4PAOKAGES ......, ,,6 %q 4900! 0 ...... Spoerhase many more birthda s ". ' "' +'' 1  9 LB SACK Y. big day. Have a share in it. FOR ........... 25c | n Those calhng were: Mesdames P. , :FOR ...._._.__ ._.._.__ ..... I I IVV'i %'a R %hill z  MFflu" ...... t " ......... dl %JVO, ', .... -:-- i r ,..  e', r. c a'a .a, CONGREGATIOIAL CHURCH " uzmuul f T FANCY DRIED I ,an,T_ OaNDVawv^,v r*tr,rva,, W. Us,tulle, C. Manly, F. Holhs, Services for SUnday, April 5: + ' Hi ]lIMP, + ..... - " ,r'lfillP + [] x,, ,,., , ,u,., A Nold B Baker A tt Kin  i ..... -  ULHa   _. b-..,. i , .... s, unaay SChOOl at 9:45 a. m.;, " ' . ,  I|A|  iLUHL i l d [] II  Brounty, W. W. Woods, Arche morn,n= ser-:- at 1-'-lock Mr I .W  a . IIUII'III II I /--. 11 i-'iI Ir'lK/ McIntosh, John Meyer, L. Mohr, Bowman in c..-.e -Vtian' En: %m:.v%-, Illl-" IIlIlllIli 5 LBS. . I FEATURING :o.n., A. Strotz, Louse Wrage, 3.7e; t w6iPl0beEv3ryb3dYngE. BLUE ROSE HEAD IUl"vill niatL Jotln cn|oman, donn vice ' ' RICE MEAT DEPARTMENT Wrage, p. strotz, Mr. and Mrs. " ' ' " " FANOY SUGAR CURED BA Henry Spoerhase, Alexander 10, LBS ' _- CON PER " Spoerhase, Earnest Spoerhase, Mr. ROYAL HEiGHBORS ion' " 83e.. ; I ,uu, .ui iUll II l lllllllUl l,llOUll  and Mrs. Henry Schloman, Mr. " + _ ++ ...... + ..... .... + $4.27 .............. 33c ]hemJot Accord}ernst and Mrs R L Johnstone Mt and AX MUM } ]an ArtLt i . , -. PPMTfH fli " M I . --' pIR CASE + SMALL PICNIC ."1,4_ I  ld%o]oisL  Mrs. H. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. An- aa-iaa ,,-,-  vv fn[:[[:  -' '"" + HAMS; LB ...... /' i| t / to]] Kraetz, Mr. and Mrs Andrew ' -- UU fILL ............... CO T i - _ .... +,. . . ................ . T AGE BUTTS .. i l roz, Mrs. B. Schloman, Mrs. Scandhmvian Humor, Mumc and   . , , ,,: k IIIIVk! . . 0  I " Vivie O , p ' . O ,l.l.l..X, a,a.a'a . /11 i/ili/ ........ Will Play Second Engagement at Miss"  sburn,.. .... Mz s. Viola +,-,-Eckles', I_olk .Dances ........ to Feature Umque F0R ..........  ,,,- - ' _ _ +_- . NO. 5 PAIL PURE ..- - i|+ _ _ - , USDUln, lvnss rose raez, rrogtam at workman Hall on - - - - -- - - - - " - a.  rrv.vYm "f.A.T !1.  [] %,rIm:n N--.II m Margaret Kraetz, Miss Al- Wednsday, April 8th. 1MOV llDIM TEl ' :,,,..:,:- 'NO 10 PAIL" O ,!I VV II I II [] III meda Wrage, Miss Evans, Miss rMIIUI jrHll I lArxa ,;+m, v., .I 14111 , I ....... Ma, cel!a_Meyer, M,ss Nold, ,Miss .On, ,the above date the Royal PER t., 00AAP LARD; PER 1)., i! a  I a   rean vanaernoo, lvziss xaner- reignDors oner a, interesting v /,.1"_ n T_ ZS|]H[ ]I . . . .... i a.J.t.. ......... . . , --v 0 l'lktll  hie Holhs, John Kraetz, Jr., Mrs. entertamment so different ,n r, ........ " .- - -" :| + w -l,l /---.111  IIake of Everett and Bert Lind- character as topremiset+ make " ___ 4 1Q ........ ]II i gren of Seattle. . the above date one long to be PITV onPrv ,a iTV tT Ittl Performa:nce in the American Language  remembered in Atilt+ton. On bl|! UIiUb[.ll | PER 0ASE bll! mHfilli'i Ill _ - ........ .__ this occassion Ote from Minn- -" ...... -':-----+ - + Ill| ft CHUHS esota," famous comedian, and his ED'DEPT ,,_Ill A er the Show Big Dance Company, now on their return p.nHP qll .c. PHflMPll B.RRELS OF rUN--IF YOU DON'T t.AUGH, GO ---: S : ;:r  t:eUi; tih;,.oe:+  """"'-''' aLfaLfa m,=m...v,,,.,, llI SEE YOUR DOCTOR .... -" + to be followed by:a dance. AOIIMP.Tnld WlU COO dd% ADIIMP,TflM w00SH, It I , , r.  , LUTHERAN CHURCH Al Lindjord, Ole s manager, II|L|I|U/UI| 1 VIHOIh OlOeUU MI|LIIIU|Uil] II v Jt ! ADM[SSION ,)0c CHILDREN -,)e H.B. Wogter, Pastor " PER TON - states that he was born in the Arlington--The Ladies' Aid Land of the Midnight un" and t.meets in the church parlor is a direct descendent of Magnus