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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI INGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1953. PAGE SEVEN Livestock [ FOR SALE I ~TS. Phone before 9 a. m. Mt. Vernon,] write 920 So. 6th. Lb. horse. In- V. Westby, on Silvana- cutoff. fat Chester- weaner pigs, 10 weeks Price $12.50. John Me- Route 1 Box 292, East 14F25. TURKEYS -- F r e s h young toms and hens club or church ban- calls. Peoples 13F2, R. 378, E. Stanwood. J. A. You} Livestock {o Floyd buyer, R. 5, Ar- Ph. 273J3 evenings. Feed and Seed Hay or straw for sale, in 5 or 6-ton loads. Phone Edison 8.2281. Mash in new paper. 100 lbs. $4.30 regular price. We are getting good results with this mash. HUNTER & SON Phone 2051. SAVE THE UDDERS! Use the Marlow Milker. Valley Gem Farms, authorized dealer. Phone 54. and family motored to Canada to spend the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Alvon Parker en- tert'ained Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meg- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Crow on Christmas day. Holiday guests of the Ed Ho- viks were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hascal and family of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. George Angelel and children of Seattle and Jack Hovik. Mrs. Amelia Hasko accompan- ied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sedy to Se- attle on Sunday. Mrs. Mina Dailey had the pleasure of having her two sons, Robert and Thomas Dailey, home with her for the holidays. The boys are serving with the Air IN PROBATE NO. 23448 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court ,of the State of Washington for the County ol Snoho- mlsll. In the Matter of the Estate of WIL- LIAM H. MEYER, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the Un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executor of the estate of William H. Meyer, Deceased; that all poisons having claims against ~atd deceased are hereby required to ~rve the same duly verified, on said ex~u- tar or his attorneys of record at address below stated, and file the ~e wlth the Clerk of said Court. togeUter with proof of such service withtu 81I months after the date of first DubB- ca-~mn of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publieatlon, Dec. 18, 1952. IVAN W. MEYER, Executor of said E:tate. Address 3 Brendel ButldUt~g, Renton, Wash. Machinery DOBSON. HOUSER & DOBSON. At,.- torl~.eys for EstoA;e, 3 Brendel Bull~tng, For Sale Force in California and have P. o. Box 59, Renton. Wash. leave till January 5. Date of last pub. Jan. 1, 1953. Will sell for cash or trade for A group of neighbors called on -o livestock--One David Bradley garden tractor, one snow The 1953 Ford Crestline Sunliner with its smart open car styling is available in 12 new colors ranging from Mrs. Emma Thompson on Mon- No. 23424 blade, one cultivator with at- Coral Flame Red to Raven Black. With its "Breezeway" top up, the Sunliner provides the weather-tight comfort day afternoon. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the, Superior Court of the State Of tachments, one front end grassof a sedan. Two-tone leather and vinyl seats blend with inside paneling and harmonize with outside colors, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tommervik Washington In and for the County of mower, one ten gallon pros'- and family of Kent spent Sunday Snohomish. In the Matter of the Estate of ALR]~r sure tank with pump and hose. azith the Sigurd Tommerviks. JOHN HEILAND, Deceased. Real Estate ~r and Mrs. Olaf Wikam of NoUee Is hereby given that the un- dersignedhas been appointed and Phone 305Wl. LAKEWOOD Petersburg, Alaska and son Lief qualified as administrator of the ~- . FOR SALE -- Reconditioned 325 from W.S.C., were Christmas ~ute of the above-named deceased; Umt McCulloch Chain Saw, good shape. Arnold Espe, R. 4; Ph. FOR SALE--20 acres, good soil; 311Wl. 4-room house furnished, good well, never been dry, on A-1 IRRIGATE -- WADE RAIN blacktop highway. Some terms. Airs. Hilde, corr. Phone 2117 day guests of the Howard Jen- all persons having claims against; said deceased or his estate axe hereby re- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lyons spen sons. quired to serve the same in the form Zhristmas day with the O.R. Mr. and ivlrs. George Siegel required by law on the undersigned o~ J. P. Mathews and Joseph P. Mathews, Merklin family at Mt. Vernon. motored to Bremerton on Satur- Jr., his attorneys of record at their of- your stock--Also to So- Arrange for factory-engineered Phone 188W3. J. A. Thomas, The Free Lutheran Ladies' Aid day. nee, 315 olympic Avenue, Arlington. Man. Have license installation m or week ends . ........... Washington, and flle the same Wlt~ call after 6 p. " will meet at the church on Jan. ~vJrs. Amens rlasKo ann tne the Clerk of the above-entitled court 3125.CallclaudeClleCtDutton,'--Marys-R. 5, Arlington,dealer' WINKESphone 643. FO--R--S-X-L-l~l~-~a~r-es~~ 8. Mrs. Ray Lyons and Mrs. Wal- William Hasko family spent together with proof of service, within gton, Kellogg Marsh. acres cleared, on paved road, ter Personius will be hostesses. Christmas eve with Mr and Mrs six months after the date of first puh- walter LrlCXSOn. six months after the 18th day of near Quil Coda Creek; good 4, Mr. and Mrs. Don Torrey and ........ " liCatlon of this notice, to wit: within ~rate the larges~ ru][~ |][-l]~ 9U room house barn chicken 3 sons of Monrovia, Calif., are Holi~lay guests of the Si~urd comber, 1952, and all claims not so ..... ' Tommervik W ~ ~_~ "~_~ served and filed within said time will in the State---Sell your . " m VlSltlng with Mr. Torrey s par- s ere M,.anu zvlL~,b ba coop, good well, electrlc pu p. Because ot space limitatlons, le~s IVrr and Mrs J N Torrev Jac . ~ e rre~. cattle over our scale at eas ,~ ........ _, k Wells and family of Everett MILTON A. HEILAND. Administrator. VIERS' AUCTION SALE, Marysville Furniture Exchange Small down payment, Phony znd problems of makeup in 9et-land his sister, Mrs. Lloyd Swim- and Mr. and Mrs Arnold Tom- J- P. MATHEWS and JOSm'H P. amish, every Saturday has unpainted book cases, ~erms. ~.ranK t~oe g , ring the paper to press, it is often lme and family mervik ~n~ famil~ ,~f q'~,,,~,-~ MATHEWS. JR.. Attorneys for A~- ~___~-~-- [ound necessary to omlt c u { aff*~ I.ntti~ Al~trnrn ~ntor. Mr --X:r"'-:~ ''~ ;~" ...... Lstrator, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arli~ 1941. - desks, chests and China closets Marysvllie o,o. " h rch "" at very low prices. Trade your FOR RENT--Cottage at 908 Fifth notices. We re~ffret this, but be. rained 1Mr*"and"~l~rs[" I~arofd . ann M S. hardin ~Jorn on- ton, Washington. tertained Mr. and Mrs. Coni Date of 1st pub., Dec. 18, 1952. Date of last pub Jan 1 1953 LIVESTOCK old furniture for new at Marys- Street lieve the necessary announce-I ~, ,,~ --~" ...... ^- ~..--~- Metzke of Port Angeles, Mr. and ! ..... buying viHe Furniture Exchange. . -- :nenm can oe pummnea c,~ a r ~hter cows ~ 3-room ,house for rent. Phone ..... ,, ~, ~ ~,,-^,.,, ..... ,,,o -r*~l On Christmas day Mr:_. nd M s. Mrs. John Vukelich of Seattle, ------------o ; ' ~ ........ n West Coast 1352 or 7YY*" "% ............ ~ .......:Bert Scott motored to ~verett to and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Arnes Times classified ads get re. eg stockCalvesGEORGE27955 PIFERArlington ~inTRIConF0R TRADEaRAZORnewSchickAWAY--Tradeor S~. ilvan_ . ~..~ ~i}tls ~~! 1 ~~vi~}oaO~i!edila~~e~m~l a~i. : : " "" ''i "" " ' i and family Christmas daN',,~~ ~i -:~~I sults Phone 493. WANTED. M. Jansha .......... tuesdays. " I There were both grandchildren ery, Marysville. ton atjOHNSON DRUG ltra~P~l% ---- an@ great grandchildren present. WAI~VrED ~ Arlington ~-~'~|~|~V Congregational Church This same group had dinner at ~ , DEAD STOCK ~ ~ A. D. Brokaw, minister the Einor Olson home on Christ- ~/ npt, Courteous Service , DANCE WANTED--Woman or girl for Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Church mas day. leer, Everett Bayview 954, general housework. Call 1612 School. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dunn di- SOund Byproducts, Inc. ~N~ ....... Arlington ..... , 11 a.m. Morning Worship with vided their Christmas day with -- t '1 ~" i Communion. New Year's Cam- their daughter and family, the ~1 ~ 651, Everett, Wash. Year's Eve dance December _ _ munion Meditation,"Ttaere is a Arthur McGrews, and their son ----FOR SALE 25th and 31st at Midway. I GETCHEI L [ Way." and family, the N. D. Dunn's, in~V-~ ~~ r -- "-~--- Everett "~ Mrs Willis Hilde COl. [ bar~ New Year's Eve. Grange Or-[, :relepnone .... ~.I~'~- ~I Silvana-Lakewood .... Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buchanan chestra. Refreshments. ~ ~ ,-umeran ~'arish and 2 sons of Seattle and Mr. n hog fuel and you're war- ~ ~ Mrs. Marie Moreland of Rose- J. H. Myrwang, pastor and Mrs. Jake Kellam and 2 are over. Also shavings. 182W4. L0ST burg, Ore., spent the Christmas Zion Lutheran, ~ilvana: daughters of Everett. spent holidays with her son and ram- _ Saturday, Jan. 3--9:30 a.m. Christmas day with the Emory ~ ~ LOST, between 139 Fre~ch ~ ily, Mr. and Mrs. Audral More- connrman[s meet. Russells. Sunday, Jan. 4---9:45-a.m., Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown 4", C', 8". Pumice Chim. and Workman hall, Dec. 17th, land. Phone 1314. Ar- between 7:30 and 8 p.m.--A Special Christmas services Concrete Products. velvet bag. Keep money, return were held at the community DU~OOTb~ bag to above address. 7churcha.m. on Christmas morning at EXPLOSIVES LOGGING Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluin and family motored to Stanwood on SNYDER HARDWARE ~'OR SAL~r rougt ,Christmas day, where they on. i joyed dinner with Mr. and Mrs. plywood sheeting, 5/16, %, Y, i Dick Whitehead. Phone 411 and % in. Pick up at mill. At-I Mr. Henry Leroux was Santa ~o 500lington Lumber &Plywood CO. Claus at the A. F. of L. Christmas Tile, Culvert Pipe, i!party held at the hall in Everett, Drain Tile. Phone SERVICES Dec. 19. Mrs. Leroux served as gton C o n c r e t e ,hstess" Gifts were given to all ~d. of the children present. ~ C-r~l machine. Phone Burlington Mr. and Mrs. Duard King drove 7-2435. 'to Seattle on Saturday evening i to witness the wedding of Mrs. ~ak'$ ~ ~ ~ ~ G---R-~%rEL. King's nephew, Jack Olson of Ev- grocer for "NettedRoy Robb--Phone 245W4. erett, and Delores Ripley of So- Valley Gem" or buy from Valley Gem Farms. Radio & TV Service attle. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kukull 54" Hotpoint enjoyed the Christmas holidays in Seattle with relatives. CLOTHING GENTRY SUITS to your measurement~ tailors. Featurin~ woolens, $55 at Pennev's in Arltnz Parrot and Star Shoes for all the faro priced. Expert repairing. Arlington Shoe Wrap yours'elf in success and -a ievement in the days ahead. Arlington SHOE SHOP John West APPLIANCES Delores Kluin was admitted to Complete Residential and Cam- the Arlington hospital last week mercial Wiring, Contracting, after an attack of pneumonia. Motor and Appliance Repair. Jimmy and Danny Holmes of BleACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Breed artificially to production proven sires only. Breeding fee $6,00. No membership fees. Golden Charm Proven Sire Ser- vice. Phone Arlington 3281 ~--EP-TIC~ --F-~ Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone 1562. Radio tubes and repair. Tele- Everett are spending a week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dockendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dockendorf and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boomer and family of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mohr and fam- ily gathered at the Sam Dock- endorf home for dinner on Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Klien and Mr. Arthur Gregg were din- ner guests of the Bill Kluins on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bailey and IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. . Insurance - Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and AutomObile Phone PedDles 2111 vision service, AI1 service worh guaranteed. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY ARTIFICIAL BREEDING NORTHWEST CO-OP BREEDERS Expert and experienced insemin- ators using the newest in tech- niques. Top quality, tested so. men from PROVEN and super. ior young HOLSTEIN, GUERN. SEY, JERSEY & HEREFORD sires. Lifetime membership $5.00. Breeding fee $6.00--2 and 3 services FREE. Call collect Mandel Hilde of Everson, Mr. Monroe 433L Arlington 2141. and Mrs. Iver Hilde of Auburn. BREED THE BEST--- Mr. and Mrs. Mark alcott of BREED NORTHWEST Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gray and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Person, both of Seattle. Relatives gathered for supper at the Steve Kukull home _~n Christmas night. Electrical SERVICE - CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wit ing. -- Lighting Fixtures--Ap pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. HALL oho.~ ~'~4~ ~06 So. French AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE--1950 Mercury 4-door sedan, radio, heater, overdrive, perfect condition, 38,000 miles. Original owner. L. E. Rathbun, Arlington Radio Station. Phone 2991. FRONT SYSTEM, overhaul, line. up, and setting; wheel balanc. ing, all makes. Weber Pontiac, Arlington. FACTORY DRIVE-A-WAY PLAN. Available now. New Buleks and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac. Phone 1501. pairing--all makes, all mod. els. International,- Harvester] dealer. EARL WEBER PONTIAC day School. 11 a.m., New Year Services. All are invited. First Lutheran, Lakewood: Sunday, Jan. 4---10 a.m., Sun- day School. Sunday, Jan. 11--11 a.m., Wor- ship serv_____ ices. The First Methodist Church Arnt O. Quall, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Dale Price, supt. Public War, nip, 11 a.m. Sub- ject, "New Year's Resolutions." Watch Night Service from 9.12 p.m. Special feature will be spe- cial music and the ,,review of 'The Other Wise Man, by Henry Vandyke. i~e,,esnments at the close of the service. Catholic Church Father James H. Deady, pastor Sunday masses: Arlington- 9 a.m. on first [hird and fifth Sundays, 11 a.m an second and fourth Sundays. Stanwood--9 a.m. on second and fourth Sundays, 11 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays. Christian Science First Church of Christ, Sclent. 1st, Fourth and Dunham streets. Sunday School 11 a.m. ~un day Service 11 a.m. Wednesday testimonial meet. ing 8 p.m. Reading room, Church edifice, open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., except legal holi days. family motored to Monroe on Church of Jesus Christ, Sunday to visit Mrs. Tingue. of Latter Day Saints Special New Year's Services will be held at the Community Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F. church on Wednesday night, W. hall. starting at 8 p.m. ~slon Church Mr. and Mrs. P. Smuth of SanI Bro. Adamson in charge Francisco and Henry Wackter all Everett, spent Saturday nightI Sunday School, 9:45 a. m with the Sam Dockendorfs. i Morning worslalp, 1i. Evening Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde en-[Wrship, 7:45. tertained the following guests on Weekly .,.~rviees T u e s a a Christmas day: Mr. and. Mrs. rhursday and Saturday, 7:45. VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, correspondent. (Too Late for Last Week) George Baldwin, Jr., frorr ?arks Air Force Base in Califor- nia and Marion Baldwin from Western Washington College of Education are home for the Christmas holidays. Dale Bald- $eyenth-Day Adventist Church Sabbath ,qchool 9.45; DevotIor, al services tl a.m. Mid-week se~ vice Tuesday, 8:00. First Baptis~ Church Service now temporarily above Killough Cleaners, Sunday School 9:45. Classes for adults and chil- dren. Morning worship, 11, DARRINGTON CHURCHES: Darrin~ton Metnodf~t Church O. I. Borseth, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor ship 11 a.m. evening service 7:~ ).m. Catholic Church (Darrington) Mass every Saturday at 9 a.n Calvary Pent~ostal win, who is temporarily~ at Fort Darrington Lewis, was also home for the Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn week-end. Additional Sunday lng worship, ll; children% guests were Mr. and Mrs. Weft- church, 7 p.m. evangelistic set man of Nebraska and now vis- vice, 7:30 p.m . iting in Seattle. The Beneckes were also afternoon visitors. D~lngton B~pUst Church Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schei and Chas. F. Brown, pastor family attended a Christmas Sunday School 9:~ a.m. family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bateman of Everett. Several attende~l the Christmas program at Victoria Hall Friday evening. A short film was shown followed by singing, after which lunch was served. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS' for ,Hat Blocking and Cleaning Worship, 11 a.m.; preaching ~er vice 8 p.m. Midweek servle~ Thursday at 7:30 p.m. ARNOLD'S J[W[LRY ARLINGTON, WASH. Authorized Dealer Hamilton Watches spent Christmas night with Mrs. Lottie Alstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Max Scott and 2 boys of Marblemount, called at the Bert Scott home on Wednes- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Swimme entertained ,,the following on Christmas eve: Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Lundstrom, Miss Erma Lundstrom, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fortin. On Monday night they entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swimme and Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs.-Don Torey and 2 boys of California. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dunn were Sunday evening callers at the James Hall home. Mr. and Mrs. Bjarne Olson and Elaine acccompanied Emil Iver- son of Everett to Puyallup on Saturday to visit relatives. They returned on Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cosel- man and family and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Glaza of Port An- geles spent the holidays with the Harley Coselman's. Mr. and Mrs. George Siegel motored to Lynden on Christmas day to be with Mr. and Mrs. Herb Benson. The Christmas program held at the Lakewood 1st Lutheran Church.on Thurs~lay, Dee. 25, was very well attended with an interesting program given by the Sunday School students. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hovik spent the week-end in Tacoma with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fisk. Mr. and Mrs. Norman~Tate and three daughters of Petersburg, Alaska visited with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jonson on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gustavson * Our hearts and voices are filled with best wishes for all our friends. QUILCENE WINKES HARDWARE .~ A"~r A. ~ A" A" A- , A" ~ ~ A- A. A" A" you We*re chutb 0 the works to wish you full success |n days ahead, LOUISE'S BABY & GIFT SHOP ARLINGTON