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PAGE EI(]tlT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, AI:tLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURS., MARCH 26, 1953. Oiff Holland Central Singers Truck Bodies c, ! First Aid ClassesI1 .... ," SH( Takes Own Life At Umvermty Budt of Wood Start March 30 I A,, e in a ho+e to ,he o..-s \ , In the hope that the goal of at H naust of his car, and leading the .... b--~b ......~a ~,~,~,~.~,;.~.~,~^:::v~ :,~,~ ~;~,,~ ~ \ least one first aiderin every take art in the rall to 1 " ' L~,w ~xC:AC ic,v y~al~ Illcty uv ~ P Y dead Y fumes into the closed se- The seventy voice Concert .................. " ...... ~? ~ . L"~.. ~"~. ; [~ I household may be attained and at the Lakewood rfc dan, C!iff Holland, 51, 317 South[Choir "Central Singers" from the ~qo~Pre~h~'%ansJ~eel ~tre~vI j j t~ \ ~':N~,~ ~ ]\ | ]that all members of the First Aid]evening March 2~.YT1e uIymplc, cnose mis manner o~ Central Washington College Of ..... .~ ............... ...... ~. g'/ ' ~,~\h-r~ ~ I ~ [\ I [station who do not have a stand-]and friends of all 4-He! ending his life last-. Friday night Education are scheduled for their lumber~and ............... plywood ~:~ ~ui ~J ~- ',--~w~ Yg'II ~" ]\ ~ ] ard. First. Aid card, may earn. one, l~ vited. The tragedy was dlScvered Sat" only nublic annearance in their " w,~couv~ .~I~ ~ -"~ ~' I\[ I a First Aid standard course is be- " m urday morning by his son Vance, tour of We~'t~rn Washington This is the opinion of Reps. ~S~o- ~r,-\ --.--o , " ing organized and will hold thel Qullceda Neighbor the ear being parked at rear Oflwhen they sing Sunday, Ap~'il 5 Jack Westland. and. R.ussel! V. ~ VICTORIA ~ I /1 i first meeting at the city hallI ~agltd at ~e home oI1~' the lamily home. tat 4:30 p. m. at the University MacK, odin or .vvasnlngton State, ,-/ 1][ I \~ [Monday evening, March 30 at 81 "~:'~ ..... ".~.2.~ ~" ",, Mr. Holland was born OctoberlCongregational Church under the wnowere at me t'entagon lasti / [1 / , | \~ ~o'clock. [~ ~[~_~rtey and. ~lme.r = 14 1902 at Bi~mar-t~ r,r n~t-is,~o--orshi---f Pil-li--Club week to see mree automooim' ,,n ~ Jr ~ L ~ ~ ~ .......... ~nome tar melr spring , ........ , ,,.~,~,,.~ ",~ ilZ p u g lit . ._...., ...... ,....~ ...:.~_ ...__~__! , t~ ~1 , / IN ~ ~ I ~nyone Interested in ~aKlnglthi~ wook- tte~.resided at Arlington sincet Frank Prather, of Arlington ~odgs I~e~i~affPexhib~e~ Dri;ruc*~i II ~/' ] ~ |/ \ \ Ithe course is invited to attend.I ......... ~a~'~aw?~:v',~a:l?la~l?Smm?13dSlwlll be one of the solols!s: byltge PU~n~a~ghus~,,g:At~)s~s ~ .... t[I~ .~ ~/ I'~b \ k ITp:Suer~h~e jca~d~hhaV~a::P~Tdl~n the~Ou~rCET~Oo?:~gEo~'t~ i:~igh[e~;. Mrs. ?:net .Preston oflsw_,~LLO_WS" DISbPp_EAB, deen Maryland proving ground's:l,~ t l ~ ~ ~ ~ | "~ \ \ ]renew their card0. [ Washington in and for th~ t; u , He ~un, vance uz err- NU~;TA ~UI~IIN ,SUUTIt ' ' ,, "1 ~ / ~ ~U~ m I \ I I I ............... ~ / ~nonom~sn. lington two brothers, Wayne of Rudie Thomsen who reported Rep. Westland said, The - ~ ~ ~ "~ iik \ ~ I [.~,Fl~-/tl, l~ IJN J~l.d~]f ]In the Matter o~ the Esta~ Wenatehee and Curt of Arling-]seeinc, swallows laere on March wooden truck bodies I saw at the[ pO~T"~~ ~ ~"~"~( ~., I N~_\\ | 1 Hal Bertilson grandson of Mrs.~ ~IotGI~TC'K~LE~M~.De. ~e~ " ~ P nt -" ...... ' ......... o ..... ton; four sisters, Mrs. Lore 20th, says that he has not seen e agon lookea as strong and[ ^.,,.~..~.,~ ~-...~..~ k,~' -v./ | -~1 ]Lily Bertllson of this place, ap-ldersigned has hcen appoints Brownless of Chicago Mrs. Marge them since so is of the opinion uurable as steel. The inventors] ,~ ...... o ---,,~,---.~.[._k r ~- ~1 [peared in the leading male role qualifi.ed ~ administrator Fortner of Leavenworth and Mrs the~ looked thin~,s over and de appear really to have some- ~ L. Ev~TT(~ lin the Everett High School nres-[en~,men es.~a~; that.all pe_r~ ~ ~ " . ,, . . ~ Claims agalns~ said oecea~eu ~arilyn Forbes and Mrs. Chloe cided it is too early Even the thing. MT. [~[.YN'~ ] n f" ] [entatlon ofFather of the Bride"Irate are hereby required to. Carman, both of Arlington, and!balm- weather Mon~l'av failed to Congressman Mack declared I ..... ~ "~ [ I [which was held Tuesday and]same, duly verified, onoS~a !" r " . J ,, . ' trator or his attorneys ox ~ th ee g andchfldren, bring them forth he says. These wooden truck bodlesl ~ATTL~.. - I ( [ [Wednesday of this week. A/address bel ....... a and , Funeral services were held~ --------------o ..... looked to me as if they would I~#'tl~'r &al#-i-/l~ %/f~T ~ /~- l ,/ I [picture of the young man aP-lsame with the Clerk of said Tuesday March 24 at the chanel,YISTA VIEW 4-It stand the roughest usage Thel r~l~! #41~lt=~ l~ l, I; ,J y;~./~ 7~ " /' I [ )eared in the Everett Herald of/gether with proof of such s~.] ,' ' ~ " " ' " " , ' " Mar h 18 in six months after the ~" Of Moll s Funeral Home, l~ev. A.] The Vista-View 4-H Club held principles used In their construe-[ ~hOl0 ~YbTCM / ~ [ I [ C . [publication of this notice or t w ~ D. l~rokaw, pastor of the Con-[ a meeting March llth, at the ion are startlingly new and dif-l " ~ I [ No 2361S [win be barred. _.. gregational church officiating.! home of Joan Blincoe. ferent and may have great new[ w. a ~.~ ~m~s, - ~ ~ .~ ] [ [ NOTICE TO CREDITORS [ WILLIA~ T, Dal~m1 Bud Peterson was soloist, withl It was decided to have a bake possibilities." " ~|~ ~#~| ~--' = - = : "~" " ~ ] ]In the Superior Gourd. of.the State of[ j. p MATHEWS an~''~I ........................ ! I .~'~I.. I Washington xn and for ~ne ~ounw oZ~MATHEW-S Jr Attornev~ l~ Mrs. lvmry ~nuason accompany- | sate April am. AbOUt ten mnnon trucks, to-t A~..... a~ ~,~. ~**~,,e~ ~ .a,~ ~ I'~"~'.,.,r" [ Snohomish. [lstrator 315 O'lymplc ~.'ven~l hag. Burial was in Arlington{ Two demonstrations were giv. day operate on American high: $ ~OLJ~ |~L~YI4~t. L|~['- "~ "1 :~ ]In the Matter of the F~ntate of J~l ton Washington ee~detery. ]en by Jeanne Jacobs and Joan ways and streets and if half of[ ........... _ ..... ~ .j fr~" ..... [ Oo~t~lVce~lsZV~O~Kb. Sr., De?e~ed:. I Dkte of nrst ~ublicatiOa: --~Blincoe. Following the meeting them could be equipped with] G iOaMaglN A$L[i-- ~ , // \Dr..~| i t.r.. Iderslgned has ~een~eY glvenl~naCapp n~ea anaCne un-[1953has Date of las u t' Irlr~l~r~l~ a cute skit was presented by Jo- wooden, instead of steel bodies [ -- ~ ~ [qualified as executor of the above-en- last publication: t lhanna En strom a market would be ere ted r ' [titled estate' that all persons having[ No. "23155 g a fo at l " -- " w " I ' cla ms against said deceased or his es- NOTICE OF HEARING FIN1 ~ A pot-luck supper as enjoyed least 10,000,000 to 15,000,000 feet tm0ER WATER TEI.E~HONE CALLS TAK! 70 TNE $K: Submarine cables [tale are hereby required to serve thel ................ ,~' ~ ~ "sl~ by the ten members present.-- of lumber and plywood since bridge the depths between the San Juan Islands in Pacific Tele- ]same,duly verified, on said executrix ~n'~her~uDer~'or Cou~ ~"t ~i/l~d[i[Fl~ I.I&I~I~I|F AI~I~_ Joan Blincoe, reporter each truck body requires 2,0001 phone's main communication route between the U. S. and Vic- ]or her attorneys of record, at.the ad-] Washington in and~for t~ ]~ ll11~r.a~ l'I~t.J[~U]flf.~k][fkl~. ~ to 3 000 feet depending on its l toria, B. C. Soon the submarine fable, crossing the nine mile wide |~v~hs t~%i~lerS~ao~a,sa~Oco~t~t r~g:t~eell Snohomish.' .... 64 ..... RUBBER STAMPS size.' ' and 900 foot depths of Hard Strait between San Juan and Van. ]with proof of such service ~ithin six[ nEt h~M~tNteri~ctehaseed~,ta~e~ ~ru~m~ ,3 arlington ARLINGTt)N PTG CO PH 493 ........ I couver Islands, will be allowed to go out of service and a new }months after the date of 'first publi-I Notice Is 'hereby M'ven l . = ", ~lew F~lnClples lnvolvect " " " i " rr h n cation of thIs notice or the same will 1 " ~" ol "- -- ... ........... 1 radio voice path between Seattle and Victor a will ca y t e Io g 1. _ ~ [M. O sen, admlnistratrlx m ~.lne IrUCK OOdles displayed atI distance calls. The new $220,000 system initially will provide joe oarre~bLDiE M Mm~'~ Ex~--trl-- ]of Walter.B. Olsen, dece~ me renta on were not construct- , ...... ..~v..., ~,~ .~. in, ~ne on~ce of the Cler~ .,, - - -g ..... I many more talkmg c~rcu~ts and lends ~tself to further increase in [ J. P. MATHEV~S and JOSEPH P.[her final renort and netiti' e o lust oI ormnary lumoer anal call carrying capacity. Relay towers will speed the calls .... [MATHEWS, Jr.. Attorneys for Execu-ltrlbutlon 8.~l~ln~ the"cotff plywood. They were built of[ , above is pictured a sketch of the relay station at Mr. Blyn in the |trix, .315 Olympic Avenue, Arllngton, Jsald report distribute the laminated small pieces of ply-[ Olvmnics near Port Townsend , [wasnxngr~n; .......... said estate to the personS" I--- -~ -, ..... I ~ r , ' l l.~tt4~ O~ Ilrs~ puo., Maren lz lVa;:t, titled discharge the admi~l~ woou. and smau pl.ecefi OI /um-[ [ Date of last pub., March 26,.1953. ]exonerate her~surety Irom oer glued togemer to iorm large~ STATE FOREST BOARD a~ ~ m~ wr ~ Iblllty; that said report pieces of plywood and lumber [ NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER AlbeO E MeKa. //----~\ ]will be heard on the 24tb a Some of the nlvwood niec .... ~/ ON STATE LAND [ .......... J [ //tl |]~?|~x~xx i1953, at 1:30 o'clock, P.M,, - .~ x .... ,,, ment No .3 of said Court 1~ to 16 olvs I Notice is hereby given that on Tues-[~.~oo~. M,....k 91 I [ ".-'_". ".?,L ]1 lhouse .......... ~ ~ " ~day the 7th day of April 1953 corn- lfl~[;;~ l1U, lt.ll .~1 .................. . The floor boards of the truck i me~l ................ ~, ~= .... I ] ~ Llll ]1 ~ Dated this 23rd day of :" bodies, for example, are made of[ncon~ o~sai'a d~'y, qn"fron'of me m'ainl Albert U. McKay, 78, died at] \\IAVEZ2 / ,,~.~.~,~ ~, small pieces of lumber never!.entran.ce .door. to Mac county ?ou~[the Arlington Hospital Saturdayl \N...__..J/. [Court. ByHe]enD.'~l~l'cienl~, ...rr'h"~r~. fh~:~rt f,.~v I~,~N~o~aACO WlUC'"{'4~ OJ. i flOlXse in ~ne City OI ~vere~, wounl;y oxl ...... ~ J P MATHEW'S" and o ,,= "L,:'2"~'~:.~v~.". ".'1_. , ~ "[ Snohomish, ~tate of Washington, by[mornlng, marcn z. I ON WASHINGTON [MA;rHI~.WS Jr Attorneys f . tcu ~, uy ~x ~eet ~ong. lnese!the t.~ounty auditor of said county, the} McKav who re~idoc~ in - trM1 ' .... ~,,,,~ |tratrlx 315' Oly'rnulc AvenU~ small pieces, are glued together umber~ on the following described state] "'~ "~ ............ " "''""'~'" [Washin' ~fa-~n ...... ~ " ] If .w)u wish to buy or sell, our classified ads carry your mc ssage far a.nd wide--- 1st insertion--3c per word with a 65e minimum. Subsequent insertions 2c per word with a 65c minimum, The and Shopper Phone 493 Arlington, Wash. .... _ I II'IIUIIIII IIIIII II III I II he truck bodies is almost entire- y composed of small pieces ;lued together with water and iemperature resistant glues. If Army tests prove the new .vooden truck bodies as good as the inventors of them claim, the~ bodies will be used not on- :y extensively by the military :orces but also on commercial trucking vehicles. Inventors claim the new woods, fig pieces manufactured from ~mall pieces, are stronger than .;feel. just as enduring and much ;ess costly. Also, use of the wood- en bodies would conserve steel for o~hcr uses and provide a, Areal outlet for small pieces of ,ood and plywood for which "~here is little,or no use at the ,~resent time. O 3ELL lJ--II .~ou h~,ve any article of furniture, not in use, try a q'imo~ ~la~sifted ad )laker with Six l-lb. Cans Folgem's Coffee ..... i I nl I TOTAL VAtUE ++ $364.60 YOURS FOR ONLY YOU $.4VE O0 sue :.. k s DURATION OF SALE IS,LIMITED! / It*you are a winaer in the Folger's-Tappan ]R~nge Contest--purchase price of the range you buy now will be refunded or red,creed in other merchandise. AND THESE TAPPAN RANGE FEATURES WILL PUT A "SONG IN YOUR HEART" "A" S~rk..g AB-Ovw Beauty Faster Top C~king ~O,~,~r Ovem hrfenmance , w e=, or,, ,k Or ,d Shmm Sp .e "A" Chromo Oven with Rovnded Comers lrl This ls the Same Beautiful Tappaa Range described by Frank Hem- ingway, famous newscaster, in his news broadcasts. BREW-O-MATIC COFEEE MAKER--Perks coffee ia mino utes. Automatically stops perking. Keeps coffee at ideal servin~g temperature for hours. The coffee of unparalleled good- ness. Famous in the West and raj?idly capturing the taste Ot true coffee lovers throughout the nation. 160 NEW 1953 TAPPAN RANGES TO BE AWARDED HOMEMAKERS IN THE 9 WESTERN STATES! Ask Us for Free Entry Blanks--- and Complete Detallsl Arlington, Wash. Phone 201 The purchaser of the above described ~lmber will be required to comply strictly with laws governing slash dis- pc~al as found in Tltls 36, Chapter 1, P~emlngton's Complied Statutes and laws amendatory thereto, and all other State Forest Laws. The purchasers of state timber are required to run out the lines and are responsible for trespass In case timber Is cut on adjacent state-owned land. The blll of sale to be Issued will give the holder the right to construct log- glng roads across the above described tract for the removal of said timber but will not give him any exclusive jurisdiction over the tract. The state reserves the right to grant rights of way for logging roads or for any other purpose over and across the above de- scrioed tracts at any time and neither the State nor the grantee shall be liable to the holder of the bill of sale for any damage caused thereby. The successful bidder wlll be re- quired to post a bond of not less than $2000,00 to guarantee full compliance with terms of sale contract. The ar- rangements for the bond will be made with the State Forest Board at the time the bill of sale is sent t~ for, entry and execution. The bidder must agree to comply strictly with the pro- visions of Chapter 193, Laws of 1945,, known as the Forest Practice Act and of Chapter 13, Laws of 1951. known as, the Snag Falling Act. Any purchaser, will be required to pay the state dam-i [ages for any unnecessary destruction or+ damage to second growth timber. Application No. F-2590 Timber on the N~S~NE~4SW~, sec- ~ion 13, township 32 north, range ( least, W. M+, containing 10.00 acres [more or less, according to the govern. ment survey thereof, apprat;ed at $1,-i 346.00. The S~$~NE~%SW~, not lncludod' In this sale will provide ample seed source. "Cat" or donkey logging. Time for removal will be one year. According to the State's cruise there are approximately 18,000 feet yellow fir, 5,000 feet cedar and 94,000 feet hemlock. Burn as directed hy the State'Forest Warden. The purchaser of the above de- scrlbed timber will be required to cam- ply strictly with laws governing slash disposal as found in Tltle 36, Chapter 1, Remt~3ggon's Complied Statutes and laws amendatory thereto, and all other State Forest Laws. The purchasers of state timber are required to run out the lines and are responsible for trespass in case timber is cut on adjacent state-owned land. The bill o~ sale to be issued will give the holder the right to construct logging roads across the above de- scribed tract for the removal of said timber, but will not give him any exclusive Jurisdiction over the tract,i The state reserves the right to grant rights of way for logging roads or for any other purpOse over and acros~ the above described tl~cts at any time and neither the State nor the grantee shall be liable to the holder of the bill of 1 3ale for any daxnage caused thereby. [ Th~ successful bidder will be re'i qulre~l to post a bond of not less than1 $1000.00 to guarantee full compliance/ with termz of sale contract. The ar-] rangements for the bond will be made4 with the State Forest Bo~rd at the] time the bill of sale is sent in for entry, and execution. The bidder must agree[ to comply strictly with the provisionsl of Chapter 193, Laws of lg45, known as the Porest Practice Act, and of] Chapter 13, Laws of 1951, known as l the Snag Falling Act. Any purchaser] will be required to pay the state dam-] ages for any unneceesar~ destruction orI damage to second growth timber. I Said timber on said land will be sol~ for not less than the appraised value, ] as appraised by the Commissioner ofi Public Lands in the manner provldedI by law, a statement of which is now[ on file In the office of the Audttor of J I sald CoUnty. ' . I Terms of sale are: Cash to be paid on the day of sale. 1 OTTO A. CASE, [ Oommissioner of Public Lands. Secretary State Forest Board. Date of 1st pub., March 5, 1953. Date of last pub., April 2, 1953. O Use "Times" c)asslfled ads -- =,ffectlve salesmen. ~krlington Cemetery If you were to jot dawn all the ilifferent kinds of goods and services Standard Oil Company of California buys, your shopping list would be about 50,000 items long. Over the years, we've been growing as a customer as well as a supplier here in the West. But the most important aspect of our "shop- ping," we believe, is where we do it. You might think that a large company like Standard would centralize its buying in a few metropolitan areas. Actually, our purchases are made in hun- dreds of Westerh communities. The almost infinite variety of Standard's needs--from paper clips to propellers, from produce to pro- fessional services--has made the Company an important factor in Che economic well-being of Western towns and cities. Last year Standard was a very good custom- er for a great many firms--more than 10,000 large and small suppliers, to whom we paid more than $125,000,000. We've always bought locally wherever possible and practical. We do it not only because it's good business for Standard, but also because it helps the growth of the West. We know that our long-run prosperity depends on that of the communities we serve. J From groceries to drilling pipe, St~~ purchases in local communities m ePJ ness to merchants all through the v~ We buy building materials--lumber; ~ ["- plumbing, carpentry, and supplies fd1 ~ Co. fields, refineries, plants, and oflicem I [~k We olso U$i the services of docto~'J ! pharmacists, lawyers, engineers, g~[ "~ dr~,g contractors, and many otl~' a STANDARD OIL COMPANY.OF CALIFORNIA ~ i plans aheacJ to serve you better