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December 3, 1925     Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers
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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, TURSDAY, DCEMBER 3, 1925. i i i gARD ABOUT TowN Y Garrett Kazen has movved to Everett. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet at 2 p. m. Thursday, Decem- ber 10th, at the church parlors. Mrs. Sarah Fingarson will be hostess. Chas. Schroeder of Warm Beach, master of the Pomona Grange, was in Arlington Tuesday, at- tending the session of the Arling- ton Grange in the evening. Mrs. Sarah Keister spent Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. Glen Parker, at O,so. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gray enter- tained delightfully with a bridge party of four tables at their home Saturday evening. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Reed, Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Cady. Mrs. Gray assisted by her daught- er, Miss Katherine, served refresh- ments at midnight. Those pres- ent besides those already named were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Healy, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Foster, Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Muse, Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Adams, Mr. John Reed, Dr. Leland Batdorf and Mr, Mur- ray of Seattle. Viva Farrell was surprised by a number of her classmates Wed- nesday evening the occasion be- ing her birthday. Misses Lulu Baker, June Marsh and Ralph Elexander of this place Duncan and Meta Ellen Jacobson, of Everett, spent the week-end at Nooksack as guesets of Misses Rosetta and Corn May Squire. Mr. Paul Marsh was down from Darrington Sunday, Mrs. Marsh and little daughter, who had been visiting relatives in town for a fe wdays, returning with him. A program will be given Mon- day evening in the social hall of the Congregational church by the Camp Fire girls. A silver offer- ing will be taken which will be donated to the Near East Relief. The Shutanka and Lowogise groups of .Camp Fire girls enter- tained the Boy Scout troaps, the scoutmasters and their wives, the guardians and their husbands, the members of the Camp Fire ad- Visory board and their husbands at an informal party Friday even- ing at the Pioneer building. The committees in charge were Wilda and Ellen Hickman, Olive and Evi- lo Chatten, Irene Funk, and :Louise Dunn. A program of mu- :.: sic. readings and talks-by Mrs. Chas. Williams and J. C. Carpent- ................. i'wad H4eh  jed. Gni:: ned  " ....... dancing and refreshments com- pleted the evening. About one hundred were present. Wednesday in the church parlors. Work for the bazaar will occupy the afternoon. P. E. O. will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. E. M. Adams. Jack Whitebrook of Enumclaw was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Jack Cyra, several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bluemke and daughter. Dorothy, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Verd on Sunday. Four tables of bridge were n play at the delightful party given Friday evening by Dr. and Mrs. O. G. Kesling. At a late hour Mrs. Kesting served dainty refresh- ments. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wick, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Cordz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Healy, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hill, Miss Katherine Gray and Dr. Batdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Foster mo- tored to Seattle on Friday. Mrs. E. M. Floyd has issued in- vitations for a dinner for Tues- day, Dec. 15th, it being the birth- day anniversary of Mr. Floyd. Covers will be laid for fourteen. Mrs. L. C. Palmer and Mrs. M. Field, returned home yesterday. Miss Kathryn Lindout, who un- derwent an operation at Provi- dence hospital, Seattle, about ten days ago, is rported to be doing nicely. She will be in the hospital a week longer, and will be glad to see her friends from Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Shaw, Irma Shaw, and Frank Gilmer partook of their Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Shaw's mother. Mrs. James N. Gilmer, at Wilbur- ton. The turkey and other viands were cooked at the Shaw home here and taken hot to Wilburton .where they were enjoyed by a family party of seven. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Leach, Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Adams and Dr. nd Mrs. 0. G. Kesling attended the annual meeting and banquet of the Snohomish County Medical Association in Everett Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hodgins returned to their home in Ellens- burg Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Robertson taking them in their car as far as Seattle. The Women's Civic Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. W. Hill, eleven members being present. Plans were made under treatment in the Everett General hospital for three weeks, returned home last Friday, her health being greatly improved. Mrs. Victoria Tucker entertain- ed at 6 o'clock dinner on Thanks- giving day Mr. and Mrs. Griffen French, ,George MacCormac, her son Frank Tucker, and grandson George Waldo Tucker.  Wade ilmel: who was hurt in the hospital on Monday. His leg H. Cordz attended a special meet- [ for another card .and dancing par- ing in connection with the Fed- ty to be held in the Commercial eration work, in Everett at the IclU b rooms Monday evening, Dec. Y. W. C. A. on Saturday. Plans 114th. The committee will be Mrs. are being made for the State Con- L. C. Palmer, Mrs. N. Field and vention of Federated 'Clubs to be Mrs. Jack Healy in charge of the held in Everett next June. Mrs. tables; Mrs. John Enselman, Mrs. L. C. P'Mmcr is general chair- Fred Verd and Mrs. A1. Bundt in man of the committee. ]charge of refreshments. The pro- Mrs. Meade Floyd entertained t ceeds will be used to pay the bal- at a one o'clock luncheon Tues- ance on the Orthopedic pledge of day for the members of the Bry- the Commercial Club and for ant Ladies' Aid Covers were laid Christmas baskets for shut-ins. for ten. Following the luncheon The club will prepare cookies and the ladies worked on articles for candy for the veterans at the hos- their bazaar which will be held ipital at American Lake for in Bryant next Saturday. Christmas. Curtains have been Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gray, Miss made for the public rest room and Katherine Gray and Dr. Leland I will be hung this week. Mrs. Field Batdorf attended the football,rea d an interesting Christmas game at the stadium Thursday. Mrs. Ellen Drake, who has been i story which was followed by an exchange of Christmas gifts from l a decorated tree centering the dining table.- The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. 'John Enselman. Election of offic- ers will be the order of business. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ayres and daughter, Dorothy, of Olympia were guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hay. Return- ing by way of Seattle they were GREAT NEW BAKER RIVI00:R PLANT COMPLETED IN RECORD TIME First Gra le USED CARS 1926 Dodge DeLuxe Sedan ere s al automobile that has onc raft3 a short distance, and i:. just lik new, and if you are thinking Dcdg'e don't overlook this one. |. New Baker River Dam, of the Purer Sound Power & Light Company, at Concrete, Wash., higher than an 18-story buiMing. 2. Giant turbines and generators In Baker River power plant. 8. Concrete power plant, Baker River. 4. A. W. Leonard, president, Puget Sound Power & Light Co. S. {leo. Newell, manager, Northeast- rn Division, Fuget Sound Power & Light Co. evening 8 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. in Riley hall. A free reading room at the same place open from 2 to 4 each Wednesday Subject for Sunday, Dec. 6, "God the Only Cause and Creator." Lutheran Free Church Rev. G. Biessum, Pastor Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. All children wishing to take part in Christmas pro- gram are urged to be present every Sunday morning on time. Choir rehearsals, every Thursday evening at 8 o clocl with Mr. Axel Joergenson as instructor. It s with a great deal of pleas- ure that the committee in charge of the next S. Y. P. S. meeting on Dec. 13th announces that Rev. Breemer, Lutheran *student pastor a + the University of Washington will be the speaker of the even- ing We are sure that those who heard Rev. Breemer on his last visit with us will be anxious to hear him again and it is expected' that many more will have the op- portunity of hearing .= him now. The church will no doubt be filled so come early and be ure of a seat. Salem choir will probably assist with musical nbers. Ra- freshments will be scrod by Miss Hulda Larsen and Mrs,J. I. Moe. Remember the date, Sulday even- THE00BURN 1924 Star Chassis in good shape and the price is only $]25; this will en- able you to have a late-model car at low cost. 1921 Chevrolet Touring q:his one is a give-away; good tires, good paint, everything good: for $65.00: Dodge Touring With ew tires, $125. Then they say living expenses are still going uI). Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and daughter Peggy and Mr. Wm. Mar- tin spent Thanksgiving in Ever- ett as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Stubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Banfill visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Putnam Fri- day Mrs. McHef;ey came up from Everett and spent Thanksgiving with her son, in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Granstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Granstrom took her back in their car Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Putnam and daughter Betty, ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr, and Mrs. An- thony Holms at Midway. Mr. and Mrs. C. Varly, Mrs. Al- bert Varly of Everett .and Mr. Charles Varley of Minneapolis, Minn., visited ,Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Putnam Monday. Charles came out to help his parents celebrate their "golden wedding" which oc- curred on Thanksgiving day. Mrs, Henry Carlson is reported and Geo. Putnam called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wilson at Granite Falls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 8tratton and Mr. Schleigh spent Sunday in Seattle. Mrs. A. Bourke spent Thanks- giving with her children in Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haskins en- tertained friends from Everett and Granite Falls for Thanksgiv- ing dinner. Covers were laid for tifteen. relativeshere: ............. ........ l Mrs. E. M. Thomas entertained was sprained, not broken as was with a chicken dinner Thanksgiv- thought at first. ing, covers being laid for the fol- unday school at 10 a. m,; ser- t * " - M. H. Cordz motored to Ever- lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. O. R. 1923 Chevrolet Touring Tires good, battery good, top good, engine good, rear axle good, paint, too, good--and the price is right. Look here boys! Didn't she tell yon she was cold, the last time you took her to the mo- vies? She will be comfortable and warm in this 1924 Chevro- let coupeat $495.00. 1923 Ford Touring This Ford has many miles yet to Irave]. Ask Oscar Clyde. 1919 Ford Roadster ...$65.00 ]919 Ford Light Delivery $65 1919 Ford Touring ...... $65 We just wrecked two Fords and one Overland, and have the-parts you want. Don't forget the new Overland Coach at $799.00 Vosburg Motor Co. Arlington; Phone 1491 as being quite sick. Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Putnam en- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Showers Ieerained with a turkey dinner on and family of Lowell spent Sun-Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Lung not day with Mr. and Mrs. Chenn Put-I being able to go out, the dinner num. was served at her home. Those erett spent Sunday at he Wm.|Eda, Ett/, Carl and Grandpa Lung, Martin home. Mr. A. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Holmes' Putnam, Mrs. Chas. Chew and the a member. hostess, Mrs. Hugh Putnam, and Little Leila Ann. Mrs. Queenie Batchelder and Miss Birdie Stillwell presented Mrs. Lung with a beautiful bou- a token of remembrance from the D. of H. of which Mrs. Lung is The O. D. O. club will meet -- vice in the English lan ua e at with Mrs Frank Hollis tomorrow ett Tuesday and spent the nay ...... lren of 'b-- g g ' _ I ,r I lt " " - lnomas anu cnl u , r ey 1 " " ' 1 a m, joint Youn o, [ GEM THEATP'E ! Mrs. Ralph Cady has issued in- with her parents who returned ..... "" T ..... " " g P camp; lvir ann vxrs vv tana- n " .......... meting at 8 p m . vltations for a bridge luncheon at with her for a short visit, hun of T ....... Aletha Thomas ' " her home today. " Mrs. B. F. Smith, of Chelan, of Bellin 7--','''"bo-^M and Chas' LakewoodRemember the La- The Ladies' Circle of the Con- who has been a guest of her ...... .'_'"':f_',"___ *hers dies' Aid bazaar Saturday even- gregational church will meet next 1111  "  ".o, OL,-" a  " 1 O| '$ "-Z _ . .... daughter, Mrs. N. Field, and Mr. ,ee* , vaav ve mr 5L ' ^ aOOO "C,O ' I :. l eu k !1   ' holm, Mrs. Hazel ca' it{i'ng dunrin ;nh: e';;nng ver e Master Wright, mr.. ann " Mr Penlen, and 'Miss Wright, Orlan" lwrs. Mrs. Mrs Vera Lawson. Miss t. .......... Clara Fred Master t. w mght, Lawson Signe Brooks Teeg, arden, Chester Kron- and Ivnss and any ig' the 5th" Sunday the 6th' Sun" I SU tidal,  will meets p n. i-' r,;, Arlington "he The .scnm give " Thursday, mngusn "- -'"-" Young a at --The miscellaneous 1:30 mnguage " Peoples the p Ladies' " 10th, m; " ag Society service at "social z:,u "2Aid "" P. December 6th Fr,day evening, the llth, In the ! D00w|00=Sm[tlll {! I 1 -.',, "/. f// m I  baby" of Grancl" Ronde, Ore., are : " !! " o church parlor [( c_ [  gue&s at the home of Mr. and . " | " [  Mrs. Archie Mclntosh. They will  " IP7[' remain until., after Christmas. Congregational ChurChcommunion Musica00l Comedy Revue i I ]/..__X',.F///.. [  Grandma Spoerhase is ill with Services for Sunday, December ] [']]] .-_#'- I  high blood pressure. Mrs. Meta 6th:9:45, Sunday school; ll morn- ! ,  [  [  Schloman is nurse, ing worship. Theme, "The City ] /--/.:2 I ' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Callahan Four-Square." and I _. ....... v ........... [ ] have moved back to Arlington reception of new members. Month- I _  q_:/.P (COTNe,, [  from Tacoma, Mr. Callahan hav- ly offering for missions; 6:30, I  l' I  ing accepted a ,position in the C. Christian Endeavor;' 7.30, the I }  )-x ] -. J. Breier store. Fourth Commandment, "Remem- ! m .d'a;i,   ,::' i ! I iI THE RIB TICKLINI} MUSICAL FAltCE i I., LA[FS:GIB[S"dAZZ'PEP__-l f - q al li ]13][-1 The Sunday school will start at ' " " .... 1 " w" 1 Arlington s One-Pmce Store " the usua t,me but fll close ear- ' [l\\;ll ier to allow time for the love- 1 LOOK FOR THE SIGN ' - feast service. Af,ter the morning " Christian Science preaching service the Lord s Sup- ---...------,...,*,.-..----- ..... - Sunday at ii a. m,; Wednesday per will be commemorated.