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MARYSVILLE GLOBE o Marysville, Washington Thursday, March 19, 1959 Tulalip church plans work-day; public invited Tulalip Church of God has sche- duled a community work-day Sat- urday, March 21. 8 a.m. The building program has progressed steadily, and with a good crowd this week it is expected that Easter Services can beheld inthe church. Last Saturday 28 people turned out to work on thechurch. Cedar siding and plaster-board are yet to be.installed. Interested workmen are asked to bring hammer, saw and sack lunch. The church is 1 miles west of Marysville on the Tulalip Road. Charles Martz now in Korea Private Chal:tes L. Martz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Le.Roy Martz, 4814 80th St., recently arrived in Korea. He has been assigned tothe 55th Military Police Com- pany of the I US Corps, the large.st tactical corps in the free world. Martz entered the service in July 1958 and received basic training at Fort Ord, California. He later graduated from the Pro- vost Marshall Generars School Fort Gordon. Georgia. BAHA'I HOUSE OF WORSHIP WILMETTE, ILLINOIS Dedicated to the Unity of God, of His Prophecies and of Mankind FRIDAY, MARCH 20, MARKS BAHA'I NEW YEAR... It MARKS the beginning of Spring in the natural world with its eternal prom- ie of God's gift of renew- ed life and fruitfulness. it symbolizes the begin- ning of Spring in the spir- itual world with its century- old promise of a specicl gift from God for the New Age: the knowledge of the oneness of mo.tkind and of religion. Upon this knowledge the foundation'\\;of p r m anent world peac#shall be estab- lished. Write for me booklet, I "The Lord of the New Age" I to Box 93, Rochester ! 1, I New York. J Baha'i observes 116th year with program The Baha'i New Year, ushering in the ll6th year of the Baha'i Era, starts after sundown Mar. 20, the beginning of spring. It will be observed by Baha'is in over 280 countries and terri- tories, according to Mrs. Gordon Hazeltine, secretary of the local group. The local observance will be a Naw Ruz party at the home of Mrs. Clair Kuhnle, Friday, Mar. 20, 8:30 p.m. Colored slides of Europe will be shown by Mrs. Charles Smith, Jr. MR, AND MRS, RAY TILLETT returned Sunday night from 5,302 mile trip as far south as Mexico. Some of the places they visited in the two weeks were Vallejo, Calif., where Mrs. Til- left's sister resides; Phoenix, Mexico, Grand Canyon. Texas and Oklahoma, where they saw many antelope; Denver. where a brother lives; Wyoming, where there were cousins and lots of snow, In Montana they sighted 200 deer while traveling a distance of four miles. Mrs. Tillett brought home someCacti from thedesert. For the long trip gas prices ranged from 23.9 to 38.9 cents a gallon, Mrs. Tillett said when questioned. THE SPECIAL LECTURER'S I,Prgram," in charge of the ag- | I riculture committee, was greatly | [enjoyed by those attending the | lmeeting of theSunnycrest Grange last Friday evening. Arnold Z. Smith, deputy state master and Pomona overseer, was intro- duced during the business meeting and assisted John Van Meter by showing two fine films during the lecturer's hour. Also during the business meeting Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Litchfield and Mr. and Mrs. Weathered were voted in as new members of Sunnycrest. The next regular meeting will be March 27. The Youth Committee, with Mrs. ffur- ina Westphal as chairman, will be in charge of the program. DAIRYMEN INVITED... A special meeting of Snohomish Co. Dairymen has been called by the Washington State Dairymen's Federation according to Leonard Zink. Secretary of thegroup. The meeting will be in the IOOF Hall at Monroe on Friday evening, March 20, at 8:00 p.m., with all dairymen invited. This meeting is being calied, according to Zink to explain the working of the federation andor- ganize a south county Federa- tion. When this is completed this will be the completion of all the major dairy producing sections of the state. MR. AND MRS. ANDREWffohn- son went to Centralla March 15 to visit his brother Louis. and family, and his sister, Mrs. Nor- man Brown and family. They also visited a niece, Mrs. Lee Good- rich and family, and then went on to Aberdeen to visit another brother, Albert, who is recuper- ating after a serious illness at the home of his son, Irvin John- son. THE COMBINED Luther League of Silvana and Lakewood attended a swimming party at the YMCA in Mount Vernon March 12, and re- ported a very good time. A Luther League Convention will be held at the new Lynnwood Lutheran Church March 20-22. and dele- gates from Silvana and Lakewood will attend. oJn. , , HEALTH BREADS always in stock STONE GROUND 100% Whole Wheat Wheat Germ Retained large loaf 33 SALT FREE sara sl;,.'N utA0 MARYSVILLE HOME BAKERY GERARD OOSTERWYK, Owner OLive 9-3707 3rd Street Lutheran choir Easter cantata Sundayeve The Senior Choir of Bethlehem Lutheran Church has a musical treat in store for members of the congregation and friends in the community when they present an Easter Cantata entRled, "The Conquering Christ," the evening of March 22. at 8 o'clock in Bethlehem Chapel. There will be choral numbers, trios, solos, a vocal duet and an organ and piano duet. Two violin selections will be played by guest artist, Mrs. Sidney Staswick of Swans Trail. Dorothy Swalling will direct and G1adys Strata accompany the group which includes: Ruth And- erson, Mildred Olin, Edna Paul- son, Kristi Halvorson. Thelma Lehman. Martha Bennett, Petra Vaule, Karen Ladderud, Eileen Pryor. Harriet Halvorson, Irene Neseth, Lucille Moore, Joan Crawford, Oswald Dale. Law- rence Vaule, Ansel Olin, Clar- ence Strom, Paul Paulson, Ho- ward Swalling, Jerry Gjovaag and Bob Moore. Getchell club has demonstration on fibre flowers The scheduled Washington apple demonstration for the Getchell Home Demonstration club was postponed until next month, and instead the ladies learned to make wood fibre Dowers when they met the evening of March 10. Seven ladies were present, six of whom were members, and one, Mrs. Jean Mills, was a guest. Three members were chosen to attend the leaders meeting March 25, to learn differentways to use seafoods. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Irene Roberson a Mrs. Virginia Marker. These two wo- men will act as hostesses again at the April 14 meeting when they give their demontration on apples and serve them as re- freshments. Members are re- minded that there will be a plant ecbate at the next meeting. Etmer indoor or outdoor plants are suitable. A FIVE GENERATION gather- ing last week in Everett included a former Marysville girl andher mother, Mrs. Karen Alderman atd :rs Ralph Suprenant. The gathering honored the advent of Timothy Lee Alderman, who ar- rived !ree months ago and is the son of Mrs. Alderman, the former Karen Johnson, student at llarysville High School and Miss Liberty Queen three years Horizon Club has officer training school Horizon Club officers' institute was held Sunday afternoon in Marysville for all Horizon Clubs in Pilchuck Council outside of Everett. Over one hundred girls with their advisors were in at- were given by Carol Miller, co- chairman, and Miss Coney, dis- trict director. FoLlowing the afternoon's ac- tivities held in the Methodist church, refreshments were ser- ved. Thehostess welcomingcom- mittee included the Fireside Cabinet presidents; Sandra Marsh, Stillaguamish; Suzanne Williams, Sah-Hah-Lee; and Judy Novak, Valley. DANGEROUS AMMO STOLEN FROM BOEING Ammunition stolen Tuesday from a bunker on army property east and north of Marysville is so sensative that transmission waves from a radio patrol car could explode it. Twenty - five Colored choir in concert at Nazarene Ch. "Wings Over Jordan", nine- voice negro choir, will present a concert in the Church of the Nazarene Monday evening, March 130, at 7:30. The original "Wings tendance, including represent.a-+Over Jordan" choir, founded in tires from the two Marysville 1937 by Rev. Glenn T.Settle, was clubs, a larger group, but due to hard- Mrs. Claudine Spencer, advisor ships of constant travel, has re- t o KiRiKi Comets, extended a ' tired. However, choirs of 9 voices welcome. Ruthann Duckering of: each, bearing the same nameand Sabrina Verdandi group, was i singing the same programs, are mistress of ceremonies. In ad- touring the United States: They dition to instruction in leader- have become known as 'Am- ship "know-how" the girls were presented an inspiring program bassadors of Good Will," as they have helped to foster a friendlier on their part in Camp Fire ac- relation between America's tivities. Conference highlights dominant races. Rev. Ed McConnell, pastor of the church sponsoring the group, Says. "we are fortunate to have a choir Of this calibre to give a concert in the Marysville area t and the public is cordially invited I to enjoy this soul-stirringand in- t spiring music." There is no ad- mission charge, but a free will offering will be received. + Tuftex Fit most Front Seat ........ Rear Seat Full Sets Western Supply 1097 N. State- Byers Plumbing, and A 'Good Service Cost, It 312 State Your Electric Shaver or Hair If Dull, Slowing or Quits "o: BRING IN FOR EXPERT ATTENTION GLACIER CUTLERY & Soles & Service 2809 dynamite blasting caps and 50 feet of explosive primacord are missing from a Boeing storage bunker. The primacord is a yellow and black fuse- like cording filled with powder. The powder, is removed from the cord can be exploded by i excessive friction. Anypowder on i the clothing Of a person is subject to explosion, the Sheriff's office reported. The explosives were stolen by the breaking of a lock on the bunker. Gefchell club basket social Getchell Community Club mem- bers and their friends enjoyed! an "old-fashioned" basket social I after their regular meeting the! evening of March 12, at the i school. During the brief business i session, plans were discussed for the forth-coming bake sale, and the date, April 25, was chosen. ago. Great-great-grandmother is Mrs. Sadie-- Countryman was Mrs. Martha Goldenbadge, 84, of awarded the prize for the prettiest Casino Road, Everett, and great I basket, with Mrs. Esther Guetlin grandfather, Charles Canell, of[placing second. Auctioneer was Lowell. t Ole Johnson, and youngsters as GIRLS FROM SWEET STARS well as adults participated in the Club that attended Horizon Club I fun. officers institute Sunday included At the next meeting, April 9, Suzanne Williams, president of it is tentatively schedttled for the FiresideCabinet, which spon- I one of the teachers in the Marys- sored the meeting; president of the Sweet Stars, Mary Green; vice-president Linda Gray, sec- retary Deanna Walker, inspira- tion chairman Margaret Ellingson and Nladeline Johnson, substitut- ing for treasurer Corrine Ortin Suzanne Williams also acted as one of the hostesses. The girls will meet this Thurs- day evening at the home of Mrs. Don Williams, and plan to go bowling. A PUBLIC SERVICE PROJECT providing vision screenings of 100,000 automobile drivers dur- ing 1959 has been announced by the American Optometric As- sociation. The project is being launched during Save Your Vision Week, March 1-7, in cooperation with the General Federation of Women's Clubs and other organi- zations. It aims athighway safety by reminding motorists that "Driving Takes Seeing", theme of the week's observance. Tab- ulations of.the screenings is ex- pected to provide data useful to highway safety experts and driver licensing authorities. Two films, "'Aqua Frolics" and "Daredevils on Ice" were enjoyed by the group, and judging of the baskets, with St. Patrick's Day motifs, followed the films. ville system to show colored slides taken in Germany. where he spent a year as teacher. Fur- ther a.rangements for the bake sale will also be announced at this time. CREATIVE WRITING is being taught by Mrs. Nelson in Lincoln Junior High School. The course is designed to encourage and teach good, clear, expressive writing. The teacher says. "Over two- thirds of the 120 enrolled in Creative Writing have produced some truly inspirational and ex- cellent writing." Gary Bye's poetry printed elsewhere in this i#sue of The GLOBE is a result of this course. MARINE PVT. GLENN D. Gran- ger son of Mr. aad Mrs. W. L. Granger, Rt. 2, serving with the First Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, Calif.. took part Feb. 2-10 in the first major amphibi- ous exercise of 1959 offthecoast of Southern California. Theexer- cise involved 24 ships and more than 12,000 men. .o.r, /' OPEN . . . [/] FRIDAY and SATURDAY 'TIL 2 A.M. I i='',j, + WEEK DAYS 'TIL 12 P.M. I J\\;, SUNDAY NOON 'TIL 10 P.M. I ..00BU00ERS S.A00= I I 00llFRB'S ItAMBUR6FRS! ! - AN, TAKE OUT- I I Where ++',. I CALL | We spedallze in I I plete power I for Lawn Boy, | Motor Mower, 'i ucts, Briggs & I and other popul# See us for tune-UP i| plete overhaul. i! 1 Grimm HENRY E. 508 State, Dr. L. H. La, OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined, Glasses 2612 Colby Ave., verett ALpine ASK FOR OUR BOOKLET ON CONTACT ELMER IS CONCRETE Low in Cost- High in Watch tar the big red trucks/