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PAGE EIGIIT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURS., MARCH 12, 1953. % 11 o i SHOULTES LAKEW OD STFJ{ S BOY . Mrs Hilde, corr 18 Qullceda Nelgh~orhood Club met p~,n~,~ 9117 " [ on Thursday at the home of M s. .~. . - ~. ...... ......... ,Ivan Lay. There were 16 mem-: .~:netntahPdYyd:aoe?~l~s~':iea~U~ The Snohomish Coumy unit el stuns are now provlomg semenlbers and 10 children nresent ,=L ,,~ ~ = ....... *hA ,~.qdo. Charm Proved Sire for the breeding of over a cow] .......... ~" _ "~.. Mrs. Howard Jensen, on Satur- ...... per minute around the clock[ ~ars. ~eorge Wlinams ann c nxi- day afternoon. The group studied Service will show moving pic- . ' ss h s dren of Port Angeles spent reel - " Breeders This tremendous buslne a ]week en with Mrs R H Rob about garden pests and their of;h:ve~rn~irteC:nand their bleen built upon the exclusivelertso" n d control. They have begun work- ~ierv'ce ~ use of Proved Sires, all of which[ ling on a scrapbook. Lunch was ~ailki~?g daught~rSnat~[oA~e~ must rank in the upper 2% of The Shoultes 'Girls' 4-H Clublserved by Gloria White rags to ...... r the Holstein, Guernsey, and Jer-[met at the home of Suzanne Mrs Lottie Alstrom spent Sun- hlra ano Ul 'm ic, in ~- " h " Hall, T " _ .... y P .. . sey breeds. [Wllhams on Saturday- T ereI day with her sister, Mrs. Bernlece " on The nrst meeting is " BS Proved were eight girls present. Suzanne v " The results of the A . ,, [Ross sel~,duled* for Monday e enlng .... gave a demonstration on Mak ~!i~:ii~i~i ]ii~ N~reh 16 at 8 00 o'clock and the S~re.prgra~s ,m :~:~ecteMdrinHtahre lug a Potholder" The next meet'i A group of relatives and o.,~...,~ ~,',,,,ti,~ fo, ~ridav after ,nlA reco , "1 ....... ......... -'J friends from Lakewood, Arling .... ii~:~!!!ii! K-~,,,u ........ ~, .... , " -1:_ ,,,-,, .,.^ .,o,,~ artifieiall.,~mg Will oe 5aarcn zl at the nomel ....... o .... ._ __.,. ,~,,,,, ~,voh ~n ~t 1.2(} nm urn. ~L t.c 4o,u~, ~l . .,_ ,,: ,,_.. " Ion lvlarysvlne ann D~2~ttLlg ~atll- ................ .i'--- ~.'." . sired cows tested in the United[I r ny~~s ~uot~= ........ !ered at the Vernon Bjerkaker The program Will containin- O~t,'s b,,tween 1939 and 1951J nars. ~.velyn DUGeK entertalneai ......... formation on the organization ~l:e 4 759" that were ABS Proved[the following friends on Sunday: I ~:~:o~n ~or~eng~lnt~l~ ~u~a, ay~ar:" and operation of American Sire dauahters exceeded the pro- Mr. and Mrs Erling Anderson I,.., ..... le~,--+~,- ~rA ~,i~th~a-" l~,ders Service and their latest auction avera~,e by 30 uounds[and children of Marysvllle, M :]~h~, roo~,ived a number of nice - - - n "~ .......... e.I1~erlments on frozen semen and butterfat These fi~,ures were[and Mrs. Clarence Jacoous a 11 ~,if,~ and lunch was served to 21 ' " " " ' " Mr o -- -- egg transplantation. Also sched- -'-m'-il"d b" the DHIA and in l children of Des Molnes and .I .... --": --:'--: ;2-- -== - -, " " " "" v = z " nk W rin and guesIs Dy Judy S morner, Mrs. g]ed ~s a frank discussion of ABS elude all known artificially sired'and Mrs. Fra alt g ]W~rnon B~erkaker and Golden Charm Proved Sire cows tested in the United States l ehildfen of Everett. -" ~ " Service eonception rates. The fea- '-he resultswere obtainedI Mr and Mrs John De Costa Mr. and Mrs. Arvi Kangas of lure of the meeting, however, _ 're se o ...... !are spending a week at Port An- Rossberg, Wash., and Norma O1- ,.n~ ~... ~ .....h,,, ,,u,t,,re~ nf oy the use oI SUCh Duns as r~a-I~eles !son spent Friday night at the the ABS Proved Sires and their own K.lng. Posch Neptune.. ?h s! Mr. and Mrs. Fred May andlCllfford B]orn home. riOlSteln sire is me nighest lnoex milking daughters. This is an ........... c;... ,- .~....,..t~.~.[daughter Wendy of Tacoma,[ Mrs. Mark Dunn attended the opportunity to see these animals .~.~.~ r~uvv_~ o-~ ~, V,= y,, "Y!spent the week-end with Mr. ana[P.T.A. County Council meeting in' history o~ me riOlS~eln Dreea under actual farm conditions . ~- 2- air']Mrs" Ed Lafayette [Everett on Friday. and will lye the customers of proven ,on more [nan_ u p .[ Mr and Mrs Bud Sherman of] m~,, Lak ...... n W~rs~ L-theran g . t r uam " " ............... C~lden Charm Proved Sire Ser- ~orIy-Iour DHIA daugh e - ]Everett were dinner guests of , om~,~, a~n ,,~u m,,,,t M~h ~q ViCe a preview of what to expect compar~ons snow an :ncrease[ Mrs. R. H. Robertson on Sunday.] a~'~'~.rn'.'a~ t'l:e'soc~'al~h'a~l'l:~I:iost[ lu their own herds a few years irom ~ pounas ou~tenat to o~ol Mrs. Alfred Oslin and Mrs. AI-[ esses'will be Mrs T. M Thoreson, pounas nutterIa~, an increase oi now I den Swanson entertained with a[ ~ ~arU,, rn~,',~on'~nd Mrs men is ................... ~M,., ^.~,.,,,.~., u,,,,,,~,,,~ ~,,~ 148 pounds Neptune se ]stork shower m honor of Mrs.[^., r~,,~,~i,,~, vice, according to Earl Hardin, ma"t'e~'y~jo"o~'~'~e'~]me.,,~'~" {~r~er~s~aris%n dotn~lne nevmein~I.] Marilyn Schmidt and Mary ~r2~ldae~:BrCeha~im~ ~oSg:hne Neptune's daughters and all{MrsJ Carlson reeeivYed man~]Ann~. Bjornof Seattlespent the f~n in America Th~ir~six~bull the other daughters of the bullsllovely gifts, after which the host-{ '~=~f'" ..................... -------" ......................... ~ -esses served refreshments. ! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson ~= ~~ ]']} o------------ ]and family of Edmonds spent . [[[ALPROSEN LODGE ]Sunday evening at the Einor Ol- The Greatest Question in the W0rld. [[ITO MEET .SUNDAY . , son home. , []1 There will be a meeting of A1- Mr and Mrs Mark Dunn en- [[ ~x~,,o~ m v ~ Acts 16"30 prosen Lodge Vasa Order, on rtained the ,~rt McGrew famll ........... ust I do to be sa ed .... [[[ . , te " Y || [[ISunaay, March 15, at 2 p.m., at, of Getchell on Sunday it being ][ . IIIthe V. F. W. Hall, Arlington. ~Mrs. Dunn's birthday ' Greatest Answer m the World [[ The ][] ....... The Dorcas Circle w!ll meet at || [[] In Arlington . Phone 1344Mrs Howard ~walling s home on Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, arid thou shaltbe IJl KILL ~ ~- "- - ' [[ OUGH CLEA ...... i ruesoay ~vtarcn 24. [[ saved Acts 1631 ' []} for ! Andy ~Nikam drove from Ne- tl " " " I1[ EXPERT CLEANING braska on his way to Petersburg, [[ The Greatest Gift in the World [[[ SredsbrYvicGe ean Ceh%rmnP:f~de AlagkahHe siPs n a w.d YoSwV2rSd JJ " JJJ a~,~ ...... *~ !Jensen. He enjoyed our Wash- For God so loved the world that He gave His only be- [[['--~'l~'mee~ng-~s~open to ever- ington weather especially after gotten Son, that whosoever helieveth in Him shouldone All dair men of he areY[ being in some snow blizzards are urged to aYtend andt bring a this winter.. .-. ][ , [l t neighbor Mr. anQ ~vlrs. ~ower rianson not perish, but have everlasting life John 3:16. [] [[ ................ t[[ More i'nformation can be ge and family were dinner guests of H z-he ~reazest uommenaa~lon in tile worla. IItcured by contacting, Paul Gre~'[ Mr. and Mrs. Angus McRae on [[ cry, the local Golden~" Charm iSunda .~'" v I commend you to God and to the word of His Grace [[ Proved Sire Service technician in Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson which is able to build you up, and to give you an in- I[ I Arlington. and sop of Marysvil.leand C I!f- ][ heritance among them which are sanctified Acts.1[[, ....... ~71i:n~PsCn' hV~ee~n a~at::re" g 20:32. HI[ WANTS.n day night. D " I --"~ Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nerland [[ ....... r ........ orld [ SHAK B"* Due motored to Seattle on Sunday to -any t~rea~es~ we K In ~ne w I[ r. ~#~MI~O visit their daughter and hun- .. .... ![ band, Major and Mrs. S. C. Hah- n He that winneth souls is wise. troy. It:3~. ![ We will buy all the son. II , !! ~*~- ........... Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Thompson ~ t[ ' )f Everett were visitors at the I you can cut tom Thompson home on Sunday " " to a e the [[ " ~vening. Euella Hanson was a We extend a hearty invItahon to you i~ nd i[ Will Pay Top Price reek-end house guest of Susan Gospel meetings held every Su~l~/night at 7:45 in thei[ Johnson at Richmond Beach. Arlington ~pel Hall and 8 odo~k in the O~o Com- I[ /~--J---- D--_ D-_J.._L_ Mr: and Mrs. Jack Cooper and m, n~v ~h,,~h t.,ih4ina ,[ ~U~U" ~l ][ [UUU~L~ family, and Mr. andMrs. Ever- u ..... * ............. =," II ...... ~tt Barrett and son, all of Taft, ~$ry~l~ W CLSI1. 1 I i " ,.alif., are visiting at the Gower " " Hanson home. In the Superior Court of the State of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson of Washington In and for the County of mmm a few cents a day is all it costs. to do your work For Your KITCHEN For Your LAUNDRY ,For Your HOT WATER SUPPLY For Your LIGHTING For Your REFRIGERATION For a HUNDRED USES IN THE HOME For Your PUMPING' For the MANY CHORES ON THE FARM EIX-C K:ITY work for you Snohomish County %rlington called at the Tom Thompson home on MondaY evening o MRS. MULHOLLAND BREAKS LEG Mrs. Joe Mulholland, of Seattle, [ormerly of R. 3 Arlington, met with a painful accident two weeks ago, when she slipped and fell on an apartment stairway, sustaining a broken thigh and knee. She will be confined to the hospital for n~ne weeks. The Mulhollands resided on the former Ruthruff place, near Oso for abouf four years, before moving to Seattle. Snohomish. In the Matter of the E~tate of J~ OLIVER MOCK, Sr., Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executor of the above-en- titled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased or his es- tate are hereby required to serve the same.duly verified, on said executrix or her attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, .and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice or the same will be barred. GOLDIE M. MOCK, Executrix. J. P. MATHEV~S and JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, Jr., Attorneys or Execu- trix, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. Date of first pub., March 12, 1953. Date of last pub., March 25, 1953. STATE FOREST BOARD No. 54443 NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER SUMMONS BY PU[ ON STATE LAND IN THE SUPERIOR CO Notice is hereby given that on Tues- STATE OF WASHING day, the 7th day of Aprll, 1953, corn- FOR THE COUNTY OF mencing at ten o'clock In the fore- ARLINGTON STATE BAN~, noon of said day, in front of the main tlon, entrance door to the county court N' hot~e in the City of Everett, County of W. R. PRIESTLY and LYN Snohomish, State of Washington, by LY, his wife, and the n~ the County Auditor of said county, the munity consisting of W. timber on the following described state LY and LYNN E. PRIF_~T~ land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor to-wit: STATE OF WASHINGTON Application No. F-Z~ ~ : SAID W. R. PRI~TLY, { Timber on Lot 4 and the NE~NE~4NE~4 aoove-namea ae~enaan~s: of Lot 9. section 7, township 27 north, You are hereby summoned at $1o,- s).xty (60.).. days range 10 east, W.M., appraised aao~*~ 13600 oI the ztrs~ puollca~lon u ~='~o. ~,~.~ mons to wit within siXtY The EX,~NE~,~ of Lot 4 to be reserved after the 26t.h day of Feb~ for seed area anu aeiend ~ne aoove-enr~ Time for removal will he three years, in the above-entitled court_,~ Subject to easement for right of way the complaint of the P~r heretofore granted under Application serve a copy o~ your answ~, "" ---2~9 undersigned attorneys at r~,c~or~l~ng to the State's cruise there below stated; . and in case..?f are approximately 508,000 feet yellow[Ure.so to do, Jl~agment wu**~ f~,. "~n ~ f~t. d~u~ at~ndin~ and down~agalns~ you accorenng ~o ~ellow' fir, 15,000 feet white pine, 10/000 of the complaint, which h ~- ....... "~-* hemlock and[with the clerk of said court, 10 000 feet silver fir J That the cause of actiOll Burn as directed by the State Forest for the recovery upon a "" d n l~nte in the principal sum War e , and for interest thereon as The purchaser of the above described] ~, ~a,~ ......... ~o l~ timber will be required to comply, ~" ...................... , strictly with laws governing slash dis- and to foreclose a mortgag=~ renewing described real penal as found in Title 36, Chapter 1 .......... _~ l~rntn~'t.e~n'~ C~mnlled Statnt~ and ann ~elng situate in ~nonv~ ........ ......... "" herty, State of Washington to laws amendatory thereto, emd all ot All "" ~ o~1o - :'~- ~na~ p r~ n o~ ~ne State Forest Laws. The purchasers of state timber are quainter % thesoutheast required to run out the lines and are ~--~t" ~' ~."'" u..~. ~ ..... in ca.s^ timberquarter oi ~ne souDnwe~ responslole ~or ~reepass c .~.t.~n 10 ..n .v~ ~oW~ is cut on adjacent state-owned land.TO-T=-"-- ..... L .... ,~ ~or~n, e~ngeV ~:ast~,~ The bill of sale to be issued will give s ...... . " ......... to cons" ct I~- crloea as zonows the noloer ~ne rlgn~ ~ru ~" Be Innin - " ging roads across the above de~cribed ..g ~ o~gaat tneeoas.t~q~,i tract for the removal of said timber, ~ .... .? ...... ~ ...... ~l'd ~. . ~,, + ~., ~,m o.~, o~clusivealong cue east line of s~ ~u~ w...no~ ~.ve ........ ~ ~- te 9 for 535 feet" thence e~$ Jurisdictionoverthe tract, The sta ,~ ........ +~' ~.,~ n "~ot' reserves the right to grant rights of~'~ ~',~"+~, .......~,' o her ,.~ =~ .~; ,,,ence sou~' way for logging roads or for any t ~ ..... ,~ .~. .,.,..^ ,..o~.~ purpose over and across the above- _ ..... ' ._~ her vreez- ~nence westerly al~*, scribed tracts at any time and nelt _~ ?_. -- *, 1 be Ul salO creek r~o east line o=, the State nor the grantee sha 1 ..... ., 1 u~on u' Dnence south tO liable to the holder of the bill of sa e corner' - t~ o~ northeast q for any damage caused thereby s ........ e uu~neas~ quarter oI sam The successful bidder will be r- *'- .............. t~ nan t, Zlt~/l~ W~,~" 1,#,gU IeeD $0 quired to post a bond oI not less t west corner nf ~td ~t~rt.h$~ $200000 to guarantee full complianceter--of--south~ ~-' ..... ~'~ " r eas~ quaru~ with terms of sale contract. The a- north ....... mr' ade ~ue,~ ~ee~ r,o a po rangements for the bond wlll be m Snl,th nf *ha ~aw/~,,,a~. with the State Forest Board at t s-i ...... " # for a tl nor~Ileas~ quarter O~ time the bill of sale is sent in ~.~ _ ..o..~ ..... o, and execution. The bidder must--.~,,~., ,.., ~,o ~,.~.~,,~r, o~;~,~,~ fea~. ~to,~cvu. -- entry agree to comply strictly with the pro- . .......... '_ -~ ---ha ..... w "194- .u~c u~ swu nor~neas~ q visions oI u p~er lea, ~a s oz o, the so ..... b~ Pr I nd u~neasu quarter" ~. known as the Forest act ce Act a .......... '- 1 0 1 as ozu zeec r.,o ~ne poln~ OI w~ of Chapter 3, Laws f 195 , known EXCE~ ln~in~ ~o~ -~B~ the Snag Falling Act. Any purchase ~nd ~r .... T:. will be required to pay the state dam- -" ~'" ages for any unnecessary destruction or J.P. MA~ damage to second growth timber. J, P. MATIn Application No. F-2590 Attorneys fa Timber on the N~,~S~,~NE~SW~,~, sec- Office and Past Office Aa tion 13, township 32 north, range 6 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, east, W. M., containing 10,00 acres, ton. more or less, according to the govern- Date of 1st pub" Feb. 26 ment survey thereof, appraised at $1,- Date of last pub "'April 2, ] 346.00. " .... 7-- ~ ...... *" ..... The S*~S~NE~%SW*% not included exclusive Jurisdiction over The state reserves the rigb in this sale', wll:l provide ample seed ._ .. source, rights of way for logging ~" "~at" or donke~ l~gln= any other purpose over ann TiPtoe for remov~al-~v~ll ~l~e one year. above described tracts at a~ ....... nelcner the State nor the ~, According to the ~taces cruise ~uere be li b i are approximately 18,000 feet yellow . a le to, the holder of ~lr 5 000 feet cedar and 94 000 feet sale for any damage causea~ - '-'- ' The successful bidder ne m , ts directed by the State Forest ty2re to post. bond Warden ~,~-a.uO to guarantee fuh,' The "~urchaser ofthe above de- with terms of sale contract ~" - rangements for the bond ~[ scribed timber will be required to corn- . _. ply strictly with laws governing slash w~th the State Forest ~ disposal as found in Title 36, Chapter vitae ~ne Olll OX sale is sen~ 1, Remington's Compiled Statutes and ano executmn. The bidderJ ~o comply strictly with t~ Jaws amendatory thereto, and all other .... q State Forest Laws. oz chapter 193, Laws of ~ as the Forest Practice A The purchasers of state timber are Ch apter 13 Laws of 195~ required to run out the lines and are __ L ~ne Snag Falling Act AriY responsible for trespass in case timber ..... is cut on adjacent state-owned land. wn~ De required to pay the The bill of sale to be issued will ages for any unnecessary d~ ire the holder i damage to second growth g the r ght to construct .... ~ogglng roads across the above de- f ~alo ,timber on said la~la or no~ less than the appr scribed tract for the removal of said timber, hut will not give him any ~.ub~ppraised, by the COrn~ c l.~anls In tne mann IN PROBATE by law, a statement of W]~ No. 23577 on. file In the office of th~ sa~ county NOTICE TO CREDITORS _. _ . terms oI sale are Casu In the Superior Court of the State of o on the day of sale Washington for the County of Sn - homish. OTTO A. CASE, In the Matter of the Estate of FRANK Commissioner of C. BARNUM, Deceased, Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as EXecutrix of the estate of FRANK C. BARNUlVl, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on sald EMMA BARNUM or her attorney of record st the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Data of first publication, March' 19, 1953. (Signed), EMMA BARNUM. Exeeutri~ ~f said Estate. Address, 337 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Wash. (Signed) ROBERT C. BIBB, Attorney for Estate, 337 Olymplc Avenue, Arling- ton, Wash. Date of 1st pub., Mar. 12, 1953. Date of last pub., Mar. 26, 1953. Secretary State Date of 1st pub., March Date of last gub., April 2, Times classlfie0 ad~ sults Phone 493. 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