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August 13, 1959     Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers
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o PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON', WASItlNGTON, TItURS AVG. 1.3, ]959. . l~ guests for the summer, her ~ ~~ ren of their age. 1 two where river runs along the R R daughter Virginia and her two i Mr and Mrs Vir il Howden," = " ' "" ~L~J l~Ll'~ ' HATI:i f/~IIlMITV ; g,Mr and Mrs Richard Pa, tracks However this bridge is i cnimren irom wasnington J3. t~. ,~.I.L ~Vi'II'IUINI// i ann virgil's sister, Leona who is! ~d ~ ht,~ " T **,~ ~e not a 'nublic thoroughfare i . Y uzAu u u ,A ~1 1 t'k~ t 0 ~1 lll~Lt~ (:], 11 q~ r o *i [ Mrs Agnes VanRy of Seattle[ By Maryann Templeton, Corr i from Cahfornm were week-end l Patti snent th t- o ~ Hozel Holm, ~rr~p~adent - Telephone HE 6-2381 and Mrs Mabel Kamm of Top-!~ ! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace ,-~ ~^~%-, ~,-- t~]rmaay mneneon nonormg ~ ! k~k/klllUt-* Ud.lll. "S Mr .and Mrs. Fay Chase and of Bellevue were Saturday night penish came Friday to spend l This week finds Vonnie Large iEnyeart" 1 .~ . thk ,c rreLp n~ent was nell. a~ two sons and a daughter Mrs. lguests of Mr and Mrs. Henrvlthe week-end at th'e Clarence daughter of Mr and Mrs EarlI Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Morgan t~ooa news to hunters and [ne home oz ~]rs. ivia~ene WICK- Robert Baker and three ehlldren[Vognild. Sunday they took a pie'-i George home and to attend the Large " and her cousin " c:ni! and children spent tbe week-end those who wish to hike up to Mt. e n on vveanesaay oI?ast we.eK. ~f California'visited Friday with nic lunch to Silvana to join Mr.[ school reunion. Mrs. Kamm, a] daugh'ter of Mr and Mrs C~la'r'-~ with relatives in Seattle. ] Higgens look out, a timber sale i nose present were Jean WICK: .Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Bullen. !t is!and Mrs. naakon Vognild and ~l sister of Mrs. George, remainedi ence Bullen of Seattle, enjoying' Coming from Hoquiam toi on north side of.river has made en,2vmry~ou .vvmKen, ~ nonore~ the first visit in thirteen years. Iwa[ch [ne races on iv. it was[Ior another weeK. I the activities with the guests at:SPenn[ne weeK-enfl VlSiilng with ;[ necessary ~o ou]m a nriage, 9Z,~ 'ram Dan n ~on of Mr and Mrs l also the Haakon Vognilds' 55th] ~ n ~ ~. D.~,~ ur n ~iFlying Horse Shoe Ranch near i relatives here in Fortson and for many years there was a talKS. 7---";- 2~Z :.: ;k.~ i" e--'~wedding anniversary ),~. a:, y~ ~, ,~, -';.'~Cle Elum where the, will have Oso were-Mr, and Mrs. Allen bridge aeeross the river near Se- At Hermosa Beach for a ~,m ~ua ,~a~ a~,=u,fc- OI ~arrlng[on VlSl[eci florence s " - ; ; st - .~ attle Friday e enmg to Mms: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood andl folks Mr and Mrs Nels Nord horse back riding swimming and : Templeton and son Steve t po but that was washed out week's vacation are Mr. and /Betty, Cranefield of Seattle. Mrs. iCwhildrenca[eotUrnTede fwrO?e th~eel strom on'Sunday "] all the sports e~'joyed by child-to~lsrp:n?s~ar~ayan~l;~S hl:mmp~e~] ~;sera~vYe:rsa~ ~ta~ Sirn:e the~ Mrs. Art Skaglund and daughter Doans uncle Mr. Henry Phromm! " " " Y " s " -k Davis visit ~i Marla. They were joined o er -, ~,~ ;. ;o;~;,~, ~-o'Grand Can-on and Br~'ce Can-I Mr. and Mrs. Jac " ,~.: ,~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Tallman m to wade or paddle a boat. The the week~end by Mr and Mrs. and her niece. Miss Lauretta yon. They" were m Nevada, An-ledlast. week m Tacoma w~ ~ T ~ ~: ~ *~ --* Seattle. . . . inew br,dge ~s at Hazel near Ted Nordstrom and children. . -* . - ------ ~--l:v ---:*. r,* l~ ~.~ /~ .~ ,NOII l--ll3~,~/~lltl tlllU Ill~ ~am.y, u, o c~ 0 o S ~ ~ * Mr anti ivirs ~enneth Moses.~'-~- - ~-" Jt'lOl~lUS OI 13etrol[ Mien lS VlS- /.oH;a, k~dLll~Jfllld~ Utalt~ 6tllU M21 ::- . ! V" ' ' " " " " " " "' -- : : ~- : : : : : $ -- : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .7. : -~ : "2- ' ' ! on thmr returnhome were ac-~ Seattle mlted at the home of ~ and famll-, vmlted with relatlvesl lung a weeK here az[er attenamggon ana wasmnglon, wmJe in . ' olf Olsen several da s th s ! " " ~ ; ,-.u~,~ ~i. th i.:itod ~4.~vo.i.eopanled by thmr granddaugh- R y e pa tI m Puyallup Sunday ~ FOR FAST DEPENDABLE MOVING CALL me we~mng, i,~ a . , Wood ]ter Barbara, who will wmt for a~week. A son weighing 8 lbs. 11 oz.l~ m|e~am~r~,~ n~ ~ ae~,m,-~ m,e**,-~,sm Those from here attenalng~neI Mr'and Mrs John Ireland an~i~ltime" i Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Turnip-lwas born Monday morning to I |ll~.~lVll~)l~ Dl~.~. I~|~J|UK l~.JL]l'll weaamg were ~vzr. ana)~ars, t!u.Y]wr,~:~ an~ hor narents Mr and Mr Ike Soule Herman Fry.:seed from Bryant and her broth- Mr. and Mrs. Don Wicken thel~ ~emmon ~]r. ann ivirs. I~ICK -- ,u) ~" ~ " ' " " " ' m'nera : ~,' ~I 1ng the valley Ior moie tna~ a q~iter.centt~y -- - ' ~Mrs. Clare Thomas of Ellensbur~ ~ Leroy MerHtt left for a ] 1 er Mr. Raymond of Oakland, r httle one,who hasn t been 1~ t~ougnnan vlr ana Mrs DICK t, I t - '-2 " - -- " ienjoyed a trip to Diablo Da~ exploration trip to Pardnip Riv- Calif. were visitors with the Geo. named yet this morning, joins a [ Arlington Phone 571. Everett Phone CE 1127 or BA 2102 ~man i~'ir, ana wrs. warn " Andersons unda " -" " ' - er, Canada Mr Soule took his on S y. ~mter Kml 3 and a brother Chnt Wood~,u." -"~ ~m,"-"~ ~,~ ~ ~,~,----~ ,~roo. 1before they returned home, . : : - : - : : : : : : Paul "GOd IThursday after about a weeks Vv ~. ard ,~ hl~r~rsa~ai~yd u~iile Js~n~n~Myrnwsai~:fnr~ f ;2~m[h Edn~S]a~2d~oMia?ed:2v~e and Mrs Sam Forrister and fam- -- " ; : Iverner t~ogmna anu zamny, ann a~Y" ~Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burehard and Mx. and Mrs. Sam Forrister's~famity of Monroe. Mrs. Elmer baby was in an Everett hospital iwood and children went Monday '" from Wednesday until Sunday. !to join them this week. ] Marlene Lewis, Clara Hell andI Nellie Long took Merle and Hazel Holm attended the OSOiAnn Long John Almond and school reunion, iPatsy Adams to Camano Satur- ~ M~um S:e Mr. and Mrs-GeneHooper andlday and visited at the Woods ~t~S~vo~r~o~. ~TtiL .sons ana ner morner virs. riazel!cabin until Sundav. I ~a }~ Jaspe.r, went to Westport.F~dayi Mr. and Mrs. Ed'Hunter spent evening .ann .s[ayeu un.~l) bun-ilast week in Canada. They were ~ S~O~I~])~ aay evening. Tney were ]omen oy [in the Okanogan country and in c~ in]o ~'$k,w,r,"J"--~bes'~mo,madn !i~ ~',~ ~r mu,~'"t~r"ln*OppI P, REEN others from Shelton. [Frazer River area and Loon Lake. Those from here going to Sil- t Mr nd Mrs Bill Kelly and son .u~.?~ ~omo~o ~uo'*"' g~.~m ~ s" ~ro~ ~ge ~, r ~.m vv verton for the week are Bobby i Brian of Westport visited from ~,n**,~ro, ~o ~ or ~0 ~m~'~" ~o Tf~]~AT(~]Q~ ~)/1 ]2~,r. andBr t n' Bill H per' J hn Wils n I Thursday until Sunday between ~ C~y~J~ ~ ::: Aii:i::::ii::::::i~: Larry Holliday. IIrelands and Edwards. Saturday T~ - Mr. and Mrs Guy Lemmon and lthey picnicked at French Creek. . . ~r. and Mrs. Dick Lougnnan a~-IHe was a former teacher. "'" lmaded the T rchlight parade t Mr" Weaver Allis n f Tac ma IF II and midnight Aqua Follies. i attended the Oso reunion and .:Mr. and .Mrs~ Elmer. Suess of i early Sunday morning he drove ~rano t~aplus ~icn, VlSl[eo ~r ~to Darrin t n . ~ 1 ,:, g on to see the t w a ~ U.S. graded Choice or Goad. genuine Sprin@ . and Mrs. Roy Loughnan all last he was a teacher here in 1919.20. |l -- LEG week. [ Janice Lemmon was a guest 0' LAMB ' L .69' A group of friends had a house- '.at Seafair for the week. She won U.S. warming for Mr. and Mrs. ratlthis as queen of the Timber Bowl. I Pittson Saturday evening. They[The queens of the different plac- ! I ! lg LAMBCh ' eSHOOLDER [oooe ROAST dQ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood andlall events of the week and really Mr. and Mrs. Dick Loughnan, Mr. tenjoyed themselves. ( l"V~ Lb. and Mrs. Guy Lemmon, were onI OI ' " -- l "I LAMB RIB CHOPS UcSuo~cehe iosCr;rGn~g2OOd I~ 79c the boat Virginia V Sunday to[ -- watchMr, andthe boatMrs.raceSFredinBroomSeattle.of 1 *"'1~ tVt'|rI~TI If~MII*TV, I I LAMB STEAKS sh Su'lder ictuts LB" 59C Marysville visited Mr. and Mrs. I, Mrs. Nellie George Corr I ~A ~ George Elders on Friday anu "l I ' " I UI S" ~*.-.~-. Mr and Mrs Tom Stoney of #" and'Darrington anc1 Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Irving Olson J . . Mr and Mrs Donald Knowles[ ack Forbes of Bryant were re- . "~" 19 j " : " k cent visitors with l~r and, Mrs VlSlleo In beatlie for the WCCol-,John Cole " " end and attended the Aqua F - - Lb. ~ lies I Mrs. Huth Vatts Brown, a i Victor Olson was home from l former local teacher now resid-i Everett over the week-end. 1" " . e - ]ng m Taeoma was the we k I A l). PRI('ES EFFECTIVI' . non ~s end guest at the Rush Br Janet Day of Mt. Ver don" ' home adley,-~ ~. ~~~ ~ visiting her aunt, Mrs. Glen Rankin, and the family for a[s The Jasper Stunson faml~ly AU( UST 13-14-15 " - week dle and ' pent the week'end at Silverdale'B C Canada l VI MM l Igr Mr." an:t Mrs. Dov Rid I M " ' r a and r and Mrs Geo L An r Terry viMted Satu d y t do son r a faro recently attended a lama iJICKETS 79 Sundav with his siste nd -I " y re- wn of union of relatives of Mrs A ily, MI". and Mrs. Ross Bro " " n- Port Townsend [ derson, at the home of her eous- Wednesday Mrs. Bruseth and ins, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rees CHARCOAL BRIQUETS. 10-Lb : 1 / Ul~ltHl~L ll/IZS. Vognild took Miss Janet[on.Lake Washington. The rel- 1 ll~l ~ll ll ll~l v fter her ahves coming the farthest were Gunderson to Belle ue a /'UI:E I: 11 1A here. She went home to l from Calgary Alta, Canada. V ifine sm Another ha reunion of the Walla Vtalla with her cou" .[ ppy " gBs=s::Js= JLle. ' I Y SHUR FRESH "The Versatile Dressing". Quart nv r O~o School was en o ed u who was leaving for De e . I ~ j y S r~. ll Gunderson dab x~th a God attendance Mr. and Mrs. G',- g AMERICAN, SWISS, PIMIENTO. 6-Oz ~~,~anvof~bomeomin~fromtho NPAOETsA6Tgo ~oH!PS 59 FI?T frill(TAil lr~ *,~! *t* distance which included Mr. and l rrlngton tJasslilt l Mrs. Ray Watterman (Jennie I~ ~] Minick} and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- FOR SALE--Green davenport,[mond Atchley (Bessie Minick) . w ll~iO condition---,20.00. See at, all of Oak Grove, Arkansas. Bes- PICKLES Clyde LewisHE6-3151. sie and Jennie left here with SWT SH RFI'vE Perfect for Salads 303 Tins I their parents thirty-eight years ~OOMS FOR RENT--S2 50 daih a-o and this wa ~"^ W -- .---- " .-- ." I N S melt IlrSt visit. ,lU eeK :l~Za per mon[n In lThe'" left a-a "~'~ APRICOTS ' -- . " 2 g m zor no SHURFINE, 12-Ounce quire at Pioneer riotei. I Mon w" " " uavv~a t.a,u. ~nere mey PAPER PLATES 79 Sell ]tb Times Classified Ads i will visit a dau hter of the Wat ~~ ~ g :PIANO LESSONS given in my terman's and also a brother. L:, o I Other out of state visitors ,~ -. - o ,- were Mr and Mrs Orville Hol MULLEN, WHITE. 80/9-In. Plates " ~In~ ovpteuitmr lvirb. 1 1111- . - - ~ ]'~nwle R .R Avl" ~, hngsworth of Idaho and Mrs in.ton. ~ : ' COLD CUPS 33 /uavla ~univan ~virginia Wis- TAIST~SEALI~,D. No. 21~ Tills NOW FOR SALE--Almost" new trash[ dom) of Washington, D. C. Mr. burner. Cost $79. Will sell for[and Mrs. Eldon Prather and two 1~5.00. See or write John Him[children uo from Portland; Mr. DIXIE OR BONDWARE 25/9-Oz . ' [ ~ I derman, Darrington. ]J. M. Eyre and daughters Ella POTATO CHIPS ~iand Jane. Mrs. Ed Gilleland and RUBBER STAMPS ~"rs Tom [ Scoles and her family,[ srAGH~T121. 49c I I TACTV I, ~un~on ~,rmting t.:ompomy of Port . / Angeles, Mrs. Marvel IF I ~ Mt.~allsChef ~ArDee I l~Jll ~ I ~'none493 ]Seeor Priest and husband of V [ and Mt.~alls Che! BoyArDee I /I I--// = I ~~Sequim Mrs Bill Blacker of SHUR-FRESH 6-OUNCE PKG I I U~ [and~,~ ~a~m~u .~u~--r~. husband:-" Ted Rinker.- Many" - BUG A WAY [ 9E2yJSi?? CHILI [ Li,h, DENNISON CHILI 59c .: e.s.otiv. ~,~ ~,~I lioppenlsn wl*h daugnter r~utn ~, [ 0 " Globes 40 Ounce Tins [ STRAW ' i ~~~'"-----~" ",]others from a lesser distance. 59c J] ~ ]l The nominating committee WESTINGHOUSE, 60 Watt | ~~ AUTO |1 have nominated Charles Smith /:~- I~,~ I r r r ~[ RASPB ' I ] " COMPLETE It of Trafton to be the next presi ' l | ~ l' dent and the next school reunion .~ , i ~ AUTO II will be in 1961. / ~.~AT~ II Mrs. Edith Wisdom a former FROZEN FOODS i!il I D [. E r,SI~.UoZ~E ' I ,loata rshavn asher ~ ~uo, STRAWBERRIES ~ ST ']1 ~l ~na deltver--or you I{ l~ ja~s [ I ~-~ brtug ~our car m. Itl~ Te~. ' ~.! v,c cox N PEANUT BUTTER LIBBY S 24 OZ IlN .o,o.s I 1 for e ,tw" ~ - ,o ~ - ~.c I " "~ "N ~ND RASPBERRIES C.~NX~. 18-OZ lq/V ~ IbOMETHINg/ s FRESH -- l~l~li) I I o o,- % ~ ~ s~.=,0.o -'~" 4q' I CHUNKTUNA I PHILCO I' I ~ ~ t i D T.~ ,1~ I ~~~ ~t~ PINEAPPLE OrangeG.f JUICE 1, w.~ ~ o 33. 1 i ]" W'$HER$ DRYERS . ~ll~~FTIIk.k PINEAPPLE r r t 6-oz. I * FREEZERS * RANGES I, I L~~ ~ I1~ N I. 1 l-LB. TIN 65c. 2 LBS. NOW ONLY 1 i I semces f rms and stores ~!.~ | 'IPV I:I ,o, ne'ed listed in tSe !iiiiit I RADIN G Business I] Telephone Direct0ry. Iiliiiii ! ~ N* Hours: i] Is Our Only Business ] 1 ~ ~~ 9a. m. to6 p.m. ~.;NT;g l ~ i r ' S I l(:~ i i~ Monday thru v I I!1 / 1 |[ AI 8: La Vern I i iiill Saturday DARR I S~r~ the [astest-gro.wing i!iiiiiii