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PAGE SIX \\; S, OF N, TO OBSERVE 19TH ANNIVERSARY Mjolner Lodge, Sons of Nor- way, will observe its 19th anniver- sary on Thursday evening, Decem- ber 29th, with exercises beginning at 8:30 in the Viking hall, Silvana. The program will include an ad- dress by some good speaker yet to be definitely engaged, musical numbers by Greta Johnson of Se- attle, accordionist and singer, also by the Silvana trio composed of Oscar Torske, Nels Bruseth and Mrs. William Jeans. The musical program will be further enriched with vocal selections by Mrs. Cliffird Rod, Mrs. Hilda Freder- ickson and Leonard Larson of Lakewood. The exercises will fur- ther include recitations and spec- ial numbers. .o ATTEND FUNERAL OF SEN. FRED HASTINGS Sen. Gee. Murphy of this place and Sen. Robert Stuart of Everett were among the many state offic. ials who attended the funeral of the late Senator Fred Hastings off Seattle, who passed away Sunday, Dec. 18th, at the age fo 52 years. Services were held Tuesday at the chapel of Arthur A. Wright and Son, funeral directors. Rev. W. A. Major officiated and an eulogy was pronounced by Ewing D. Col- vin, ex-prosecuting attorney of King County. Burial was by cre- mation. Mr. Hastings had served for many years in the legislature and for several terms as a member of the upper house, being one of the most influential as well as one of the most highly respected mem- bers of that body. He was defeat- ed for reelection in November by a majority of only 17 votes, and at the time of his death was con- testing hte election. A00NNOUNCINQ A NEW FA R M SERVICE The Puget Sound Power & Light Company takes pleas- ure in announcing a new farm service. Mr.J.C. Scott, head of the agricultural en- gineering department, will b ,m the air over KOMO for fiftcen minutes at II noon to 12:!5 p.m. twice a week, Mondays and Wed. ALASKA PICTURES ARE EDUCATIONAL (Continued from Page One) school, gold mining by various methods and interesting glimpses of the clever technique by which the natives (Eskimos) adapt their dress, habitations and food to the peculiar and rigorous conditions cff the bleak arctic coast. These pictures were thrilling and educational and worthy of a much larger audience than that which witnessed their showing Monday evening.. o BRUSETHS ARE HONORED BY WEDDING SHOWER A wedding shower was given Tuesday afternoon, December 20, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bruseth at their home in the Low- er Pilchuck district by the for- reef's sister, Miss Dora Bruseth of Seattle. Many beautiful and lovely gifts were received "and a delightful lunch was served following a so- cial afternoon. Those present were: Mesdames Charles Nygaard, Vera Husby, Carl Thorsen, Annie Thorsen, Ole Maurstad, Martin J. Funk, Rich- ard B. Palmer and children, Jean Rosalie and William Scott, Mrs. Itomer G. Thorsen, Miss Dora R. Bruseth and the honored ones, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bruseth. Additional guests during the evening were Otto C. Moldstad, Carl Thorsen and son, John Pat- rick, Homer G. Throsen and sons, Jack Arlen and Peter Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Peder Moldtad and sons, Inor Sanford and Henry Robert. o ESPE-GILBERT COUPLES OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY The twenty-fifth wedding anni- versary of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Espe and Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Gilbert was delightfully observed Friday evening at the Loyal heights school house. Green and red paper streamers vere festooned about the room and the bride's table was centered with a beautifully decorated wed- ding cake, topped by a miniature bridal couple. The wedding cake was made by Mrs. David Stange- land. A buffet supper served. Andrew Anderson presented each of the honored guests with a purse of silver as a memento of the occasion. The bridal couples responded with a few words of appreciation. Dancing was the program for the remainder cff the evening, accor- dion and violin music being fur- nished. The invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Garberg, Ernest Nelson, Carl and William Pearson, Arthur Pederson, Harold Anderson, Pal- mer Kulvick, Ted Linquist, Eli Harvey, Oscar Shei, Leonard Johnson, Nels and Sven Bjerndal and Misses Ida Clemens and Iielen I Shei, all of Victoria; Mrs. David Stangeland, Amund Hjlestad, Ralph Erickson and Sam Lund, of Cedarhome. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Speer, Syl- via Speer and Roland Speer, of Trafton; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kron- holm, John and Eiving Kronholm, Signe Kronholm, Mr. and Mrs. Knute Johnson and daughters anti Carl Carlson, of Bry.ant; Lloyd llovick of Lakewood, Mr. and Mrs. Mentz Gilbert, Simon and Iver Gilbert, Mrs. Odin Olson, daugh- ter llelen, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kreken, Mr. and bits. Ted Krogen and son Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McFarland, Mrs. Erick Christian- ncsdays(except hotidayd, son, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lien, ....... Mr and Mrs. Wheeler, Mr. and 1o 1armer orcity owcner ., . . . ilrs, t;us, gued, Mr. md Mrs. interested |nWestcmWa-h .... John Thompson, and Mr and Mrs. ington should miss any one l I ans Nordby. , " o" h seinstructi,efeatures Misses Helga and Ella Ander- tt " " son, Olga and Katherine Gilbert, F.,xchfiftecn minutcswiU bc Betty Espe, Gertrude Lien, Clara chockfullofinformationfo and Agnes Lien, Alice Hannah, h,.farmer instrucfiveintcf- and Olga Nordby, Sehna and El- "'" .' . l,t Christianson, Lilian, Myrtl6 and views v, tdl frm Icad " " llannah Kreken, Doris Thompson, questions and answers,short Fern and Evelyn Belgie ; Conrad talk* on new methods. t and Arthur Espe, Gunnar and llarold Gilbert, Hjalmer Espe, N,mt  . as Trygve and Ragnvold Rued, Mag- nus and Armen Nordby, Alfred uc.T 80UND and Conrad Lien, Andrew Ander- ib o,.,"eg" b--- 1.., a h t opav " O 'son. Sufus Gilbert and the h nored _ ... guests LAST mmJTE GIFT Suggestions Lingerie Hosiery 500 to $7.50 79e to $1.50 House Frocks Suede Jackets $1.19 and $1.95 $5.95 Robes Lounging Pajamas $3.95 to $5.95 $3.95 Aprons Slippers 59c $1.39 up S'atem ]Anefs $1.95 and $2.95 50 to 650 All Gifts Purchased Here Wrapped for GivfnS FREE Oolby Ave., Everett THE ARLINGTON TIMES; ARLINGTON, :WASHINGTON, i , II I illil ]gV'l, BRYANT H. D. CLUB HAS CHRISTMAS MEET The Bryant H. D. Club met at the home of Mr. Gimsie Thursday, Dec 15th. This meeting was of both value and pleasure to aIl who attended. It being a Christmas party, the rooms were beautifully decorated Meeting opened by singing Christ- mas carols and a reading by the club president, "Our White Ele- phant Christmas." Mrs. Oleander and Mrs. Miller gave reports on training confer- ence, which they attended at Traf- ton. They demonstrated Christmas canuies, table favors and decora- tions. Mrs. George Dawson was voted in as the club's new song leader. After each member gave one "helpful suggestion to house wives," wherein we received many useful ideas, Christmas giffts were exchanged. The next meeting will be on Thursday, January 19, when each member is requested to bring a carrot, an apple and an egg. This will be an all-day meeting and the topic will be, "Correct Table Set- ting and Etiquette." As some im- portant business is to come be- fore the meeting, the president of the club is hoping for a large at- tendance. The session will begin at 10 o'clock. MRS. GEO. ABERG, o Secretary SOUTH FORK--JIM CREEK The new bridge at Jorden is now completed and open to traf- fic. Herbert Clark, a student at the Washington State College, arrived home Saturdey to spend the holi- day vacation with relatives. Th_, monthly Grange social was held Saturday evening at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Palmer, about thirty-five members and friends being present. Several tables of cards were in progress until a late hour when lunch was served. An exchange of inexpens- ive Christmas presents furnished much merriment. O ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Christmas Reveries As Christmas day again draws nigh we cannot help but pause to reflect and let our mind dwell on the Christmas days of long ago. The reflection amounts to al- most a reverie, and we see again the old village church with two tall evergreens standing on the rostrum and reaching from floor to ceiling. Its branches were drooping low with gidts while the floor about and beneath them was heaped high with gaily colored packages. Myriads of candles cast a soft glow throughout the chancel and between the two trees stood our Sunday school superin- tendent with his high razor edge collar and long frock coat. The regular program was finished, the three girls who giggled all through their little song, the stam- erer who did finally manage to master "When Greece, her knee in supliance bent," and the Epworth choir had all had their turn and the long-looked-for moment had arrived. T he superintendent picked up the gifts one by one and called aloud the names written thereon while a score of young men were kept busy making deliv- eries, and the event was consider- ed a sttccess in every way; at least we thought so as we walk- ed home with a tin horn, a drum, a stuffed cat and pockets stuffed to the brim with peanuts and can- dy. But what we were really think- ing about this year was that the superintendent of our youth walt- cd until everybody else had ltft for home and then he went to the barn, bitched the old bay mare to the buggy and drove about tweh'e miles into the country whtre . he lt4t a large supply of provisions and warm clothing at the home of some unfortunate that he had heardof. And it was not unusual for4dm to spend the greater part of Chrismas day on such errands of mercy, tie is gone now where every day is Christmas. As this Yule tide comes again it makes us feel happy hen we take from the mail box a card of cheer, happy to know that a friend has thought of us in the rush of life. And we wish everybody a Hap- py Yuletide; and could we but re- call those who have passed on we would include them in our greet- ings. Last Monday night the regular annual election off the Arlington tteights Communit) Club was held, the following oficers being unani- mously elected--President, C.E. Wheeler; Vice-President, Orville Wood; Secretary, E. T. Childs; Treasurer, Burnett Childs. Trutee for three year term, O. Stephens. The president, secretary, treasur- er, and trustee were reelected, having held office during 1932. This will make a third term for Mr. Bheeler as president and fourth term for Childs as secret- ary. Although this hss been a year of hard times, the Club is proud to announce that it has car- ried ou successfully and as a finale has declared an 8 per cent divid- end to those who helped erect the club house. With all other debts liquidated it is expected that a like dividend will be declared each sixty days throughout the coming year. On New Year's eve there will be held the annual New Year,s dance at Community !lmll, and we learn that a large dremd turkey will be off, trod . a door prize. Aa the price of admittance is only two bits it ia expected that a capacity crowd will attend. Among those confined with the flu are Mrs. J. Nldm and Archie Nlui. i TO DISPOSE OF QUILT : N ,-------- Tle V. F: W, Auxiliary quilt, in which maiw 10el people are in- terested, will be disposed of at the J. C. Penney store Saturday eve- ning at 8:30: CICERO Mt. Wheeler Entertains Grangers Mt. Wheeler Grangers are greatly pleased over the result of the lecturers' and masters' dinner held at the Grange hall Sunday. Fifty-four Grangers were present with a number of local Granges represented. After a bounteous pot-luck dinner gifts were ex- changed and greatly enjoyed. A business meeting was then con- ducted by Pomona Master P. Hansen. Interesting discussions were heard on different subjects of interest to Grangers. One per- fect day was marred by an acci- dent occurring when visiting Grangers on their way to the meeting crashed into a light pole near Oso. Mr. Marls of Bryant was driving the car and was ac- companied by Mr. Corkins, Mr. and Mrs. Turnipseed of Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh of Arlington. Mr. Corkins was ser- iously injured and taken to the hospital, the rest f the occupants escaping with minor bruises and cuts. Icy roads caused the acci- dent. Henry Southern and son Earnie were Sunday guests at the Wm. Southern home. ,q - BRYANT Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Otin, Mrs. Amy Otin and daughter Blanche THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1932. i i were Everett callers last Satur- day. Arthur L. Sill purchased forty acres of the Wagner Land Co. several months ago, known as the Enualtplace. The house has been l remodeled inside and repainted on, the outside. "He has also uilt sev- eral new out buildings. Mrs. L. Markson spent Thurs- day in Everett. Anton Wagner motored to Ev- erett last Monday. The Sunday school children of Bryant will give their Christmas program Sunday at 2:30 p. m. All are invited. Mr. Oscar Carlson and son Carl motored to Everett Saturday. Mr. J. B. Corkins is confined to his bed suffering from cuts and bruises which he received in an auto accident near Oso last Sun- day. Odin Olson, who has been ill with pneumonia, returned to his home Sunday. Silver Wedding Observed Mr. and Mrs. Siguerd Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Espe celebrated their 25th wedding an- niversary Friday night at Loyal Heights schoolhouse, where about 100 friends surprised them. Danc- ing was enjoyed by all during the evenin and a lovely lunch served. A purse of silver was presented each couple by their friends. Nels Bjorndahl acted as toastmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Backman and Arvid Warlund of Everett visited at Kronholm's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Houle were Everett callers Monday. Mrs. J. B. Thomsen and daugh- ter Doris spent Saturday in Seat- tle. Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. Zora Martin are among those on the flu list. I roO__LATETO__CLASS!Fy reasonable. Mrs. Minnie Lewis. Lakewood. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 10193 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHING- TON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Estate of ALBERT NELSON, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Albert Nelson, de- ceased, acting under and b virtue ff an Order of Sale issude out of the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the aforesaid County of Snohomish, on ,he 19th day of December, 1932, to sell at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Section 36, Township 32, North, Range 5, E. W. M.; thence South 365 feet on the Section line; thence West par- allel with the North line of said Section 1330 feet; thence 30 de- grees North of West 74 feet to the center af the County road; thence Northeasterly, following the center of said road 516 feet to the North line of said Section 36; thence East along the North line 1000 feet to the place of beginning; all in said Section 36, Township and Range as above, containing 10 acres more or less. ALSO, the Northeast half of the following described two acres (more or less) tract, to- wit: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Section 36, Township 32, North, Range 5, E. W. M.; thence West on North line of said Section 36, 1100 feet more or less to center of County road, the true point of beginning; thence in a Southwesterly direc- tion following the center line of said road 887 geet; thence in a Westerly direction parallel to the North line of said Section 36, to the East bank of the Stil- laguamish River; thence in a Northeasterly direction along the East line of said river, to the North line of said Section 36; thence in an Easterly direc- tion along said section line to true point of beginning, con- taining two acres more or less; the Tract last conveyed herein, containing one acre, more or less. All in Snohomish County, State of Washington. Said sale will be made at public auction on the 13th day of January, 1933, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. by the undersigned adminis- trator in the law office of L. N. Jones, Attorney for the Estate, at Arlington, Snohomish County, Washington, on said day and hour, the terms of said sale to be cash 25 per cent to be paid at the time of the sale and the balance upon confirmation by the Superier Court of said County. JOHN NELSON, Administrator L. N. JONES, Attorney for Administrator Office & Postoffice Address Arlington, Snohomish C,mnty, Washington. Date f 1st Pub., Dec. 22, 1932. Date of Last Pub., Jan. 5, 1933. SAFEWAY STORES are piled high with Xmas goodies--Candies, Nuts, Mnce Meat, Puddings, Oranges, etc.--and at lowest price possible.--SPECIAL low prices on Candy, Nuts and Oranges.--Get our Prices before you Buy. FRIDAY FINEST QUALITY CANDY AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE II I i Illl GUMDROPS CHOCOLATES CANDY Monster Size OLD FASHIONED 'ATOROA*' I] llnlsinn CRANBERRIES II Satin Or Broken Mix Fancy--Cape Cod's 3 !bs 35c 2 Ibs 2 Ibs 29c 2 Ibs 33c Oysters MINC[ MAYONNAIS[ For Stuffing Sherry-Wine Flavored Best Foods 50z Can 9c 2 lbs, 25c ja:' 45 PICKLES Qtiar Banquet Cut Sweets A-Y--1 Lb. Loaves SUGAR POP (:()RN Sweet Potatoes 8 Ll00S00'34c 2 LB3i'tigc Can"* w00io I -_m, ts- It WALNUTS'"/ 00LT] II II II II II II II II II I I