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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, T . IL RS., APRIl, 23, 1,.).). [)AGE NINE MACHINERY for including ME top condition, 7 ft. like new, 2"x11/2'' irrigation pump, lawn mower, 30 disc in need of tractor type and 30 good cans. t y p e portable and loading convey- saw, tractor lugs, machine wheels and s~l )arts, donkey drum and of items too numer- year, disc sharp- farm without blades or axle. We scrap and ma- trade. YARD ,g on rubber and steel. quick sale. Emus house north of Ce- Phone Peoples Livestock For Sale FOR SALE -- Guernsey c ow, freshen very soon. Mrs. Win. Wroeze, Phone 303W4 or 276W3. FOR SALE--1 first-calf heiferi fresh April 18 with heifer calf.] John Woillard, R. 2, Arnot Rd.I Kroeze, Phone 303W4 or 276W3 HUNTER HOG RATION, $3.55 fo I 20 'lb. paper bags. For fast, de- pendable growth. Hunter & Son, Arlington. Phone 2051. Large young beef cow. White milking shorthorn heifer calf. Holstein & Guernsey heifer calf off milk. J. Peake, 3 miles west of Smokey Point. CHICKS CHICKS CHICKS Hampshires, Barred Rock Cross, Parmenters and all other pop- ular breeds. $19.00 per 100. ARLINGTON FEED & FARM SUPPLY Formerly Arlington Cash Feed Store FOR SALE--Sow and weaner pigs. Phone Marysville 5243. T. H. Peterson, R. 1, Box 174B, Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE--Marysville, new 3- bedroom pumice block house, fireplace, carport, $10,000. 1722 9th St., Phone 5735. FOR SALE -- 5-room house and utility, 2 bedrooms, hardwood floors, wired for electric stove, garage. Inquire 128 Haller St., Arlington. FOR SALE--2-bedroom brick -- 1400 sq. ft. floor area. Large bedrooms and closets, guest size. Dining room, living room 18x22, and cabinet kitchen. Al- so large utility room, attached' garage, A. C. heat and all cop- per plumbing. Phone 2741. FOR SALE--100-acre dairy farm, grade A set-up. Approximately 60 acres cleared, year round creek, large barn, 2 silos, 6- unit milk parlor, 7-room mod- ern home, 30 head dairy stock. Complete line farm machinery. Price $32,500, $12,000 down. $10,000 income last year. ~Call J-t. E. Gallaugher, R. 2, Arling- ton, Wash. Phone 193J1. For Rent E Stanwood . SYSTEM ~" ...." .... I Four separate rooms Ior rent. ctory- engineered FOR SALE -- Whiteface stockert Ideal for working men. Bath 1rough your deal- calves, heifers and steers,] and shower. 409 Dunham. good quality. Phone Mt. Ver.] HARDWARE non 7193__ ....... WANT I) Arlington AUCTION SALE every Saturday; ...... Welding a n d poultry and misc. items, 10 a. ' Davison, Oso. m.; dairy cows, beef, young ---------- ------ stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. Rotoette Cultiva' FARMERS AUCTION SALE, about 200 sheets SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON, glass; 2 heavy log-Owner, Auctioneer. ", some % cable, tires, tubes; cheap. stucco house, Quil- Sel-~o--~---r ~ :e, west of ceme- dlle. Headley, cash buyer, R. 5, Ar- lington. Ph. 273J3 evenings. recleaned Vic- Tannery, Marysville. $71 ton. M. Oza- DEAD ST,OCK - Vernon. Phone Prompt, Courteous Service Call collect, Everett Bayview 954: Bright recleanedPuget Sound Bypreducts, Inc. Oats. Valley GemBox 651, Everett. Wash. SERVICES Electrical SERVICE . CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir. lng. -- Lighting Fixtures---Ap- pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. ttALL Phone 2042 406 So. French IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance. Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phone Peoules 2111 ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Guernsey Holstein Jersey Hereford Milking Shorthorn Arlington 2141 SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Pheme 1562. Radio & TV Service Radio tubes and repair. Tele- vision service. All service work guaranteed. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY APPLIANCES Help Wanted-Female $2 hourly possible, doing as-I sembly work at home, easy, I clean, handwork. We furnishI In the Superior Court of the State of everythir~ For details--Write] TV and Radio w.~ing~on in and for the County of --Kenr()e" Mfg. Co., Yorkto~'vn,I Snohomish. Ind. I Sales and Service ~n the Matter of the Estate of ANNA M. STARLUND. Deceased. H:mLna~n :A~k~Dy:~m~e1' -- ii~t.w7" Televisin and radi repair" Our-| w.Ntice is hereby given that C harleSFowler, administrator of the above work is guaranteed: Packard entitled estate, has filed his Final Re- 15 Bell an,.~ Emerson sales, port and Petition for Distribution of the above entitled estate, and the time OLYMPIC RADIO SF.RVICE for hearing the said report and petition WANTED -- Small, gentle horse Phone 1494 - Arlington is set for Friday, the 15th day of May. for cart; also small, gentle 1953. at 1:30 o'clock, P. M., in Depurt- saddle horse. Write "A" Draw, ~~E-D~ ment No. 3 of the above entitled court. Silvana. Breed artificially to production That the court, upon such hearing, is asked to approve the report, dis- ...... proven sires only. Breeding fee tribute the propeTty to the heir en- Woed~rs ,-anted. Phone Granite; $6.00. No membership fees. titled to the same, fix the fee for the Falls 2649. Golden Charm Proven Sire Set- administrator and his attorney, dis- charge the administrator and exoner- vice. ate the surety on the administrator's Phone Arlington 3281 ~ bond. and 543 pounds of butterfat. She Uoncre~~ks, ~5 to ,500 Dated this 13th day of April, 1953. is the daughter of the outstand- (SEAL) in~ Guernsey sire, Valley Gem gal. Well Tile. Culvert Pipe, ANDER8 ANDEI:~EN. Clerk of me Houdini, that has 13 daughters Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone above entitled Court. By Helen D. P, eld- in the Performance Register. enbach Deputy 1314. Arlington C o n cr et e , lOrc~c~,,c,t~ " JOSEPH P MATHEWS, JR. AttorneyI Vallev Gem Confidence ro- ........ ~_ for Admlnis{rator, 315 Olympic Avenue, ~,,~,~rl ~o ~oa ~,,nr1 ,~ ,~Hlz P:~rl WANTeD---Better Milletn~ M~. ]Arlington Washington. ~-'-, ~-,,~,~-- I-'"'~'*~ "~ *'*~"~..~*'-~. ---- ..-- -'--~:'"~" %'%'~" I Date of 1st pub., April 16, 1953. [bb{5 pounss oi outterIat mlIK@U lOW milker saves zne uaaer Date of last ub A ril 30 1953 v . .. -- "[ P ., P , - I t~ice daily for 365C d~ys as "a valley ~em ~arms, Arlington.I ------------o . t nine-vear-old "Confidence" i Authorized sales and service.I In Arlingten- Phone 1344 [the ~iaughter of the famous Phone 54. ] KILLOIJGH CLEANERS /Guernsey sire, Valley Gem Bank- LAWNMOVCERS sharpened hand[ EXPELT itLEANING ]er, that has 67 daughters in theI saw filing. Phone 344. H.I~ :;" ? ]Performance Register. Senff, corner Second and Le-!leader di~n-Tn,t---a~ssi~l On two times daily milking1 nore, Arlington. [new until we get all caught up. /for a ten-month'period, Valleyl ~~[ Our next meeting will be at~Gem Hunter's Roxy produced 11- Regl~ el Guernsey bulls, ready . . , . f~ ...... ~:,,~,~, ................. ~ua~aut~cu v*-~eu'~Lols Sundqulsts April 22. Re-~881| pounds of milk and. 637 t Ifreshments w e r e served by pounds of butterfat starting her ers. R_n., trade or sell. Low~ .... , . . , .... n "ce~ baunora --Janet ~eymour re-,recora as a s~x-year-ola ~ne m rl .... * %}alley Gem Farms, Arlington )orter. the daughter of the registered 54. Well digging for domestic or mr- Paper, 100 lbs. $4.20 LIVESTOCK rigation. A. W. Johnson. R. 1, .~. We are getting Send your livestock to Seattle Box 105, Marysville. Ph. 5168. with this mash. On Mondays. & SON Get the market price. Call col- ~D ~---'-P~.ot~-i~ ~win'g, lect Marysville 3125. landscaping, grading, and ga~- 2051 CLAUD DUTTON den work. Call Quilcene Floral, 7-~preader. It R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh 196W3. .~ your pastures C~'stom~ing-~'-~s-k-i-ng__ma-WANTED-TO-C-0)-~TR-AC-T--------Acre- & SON nure loading and hauling; age growers of Blue Lake pole 2051 trench silo digging. Homer Da-beans, good prices. Returns vison, Oso. Phone 47Wl. comparable to strawberries or ~ better. If interested in further information or ~ personal call by field man is desired phone Win Snyder, R. 1, Burlington ~on ------~ 7-6121 between 8:30-10 a.m. or gneto and governor, vaulic blade, $330. from $9.50 per sq. , Burlington 7-5480 evenings. : engine complete MASSAR.LUMBER CO. 'ter and generator. Phone 481 WANTED---W~dtr~cto~:rc heater and stove F-O~-Band~, pairing--all makes, all rood els. International - Harveste, .condition, $10.00. 2500 sticks per hr. capacity, dealer. day bed, coil Harry Wolcott, Russian Road, EARL WEBER PONTIAC Call 47W3. R. 2, Arlington. WANTED --- Green alder poles. overhaul, line- FOR SALE -- Cull potatoes for Contact us before cutting. Ar- wheel balanc- stock feed. Valley Gem Farms. lington Plug Mill Co., Arling- Weber Pontiac, Phone 54. ton Airport, or call phone 2391. Murphy Packing Co. --- Custom killing, cutting, and wrapping. Locker beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo 3648 evenings, Arling- ton 3401. FOR SALE---Millwood, alder or CITY BEAUTY PARLOR :~----~==-~:~-:-===-:::~=~ ----- PLAN. maple. *Also kiln dried shay- Phone 641. Home, 1064 /~ now. New Buicks ings. Phone 247W2. ' Haircuttflhg a specialty; machine Cam Weber Pontiac. F(~R~~'-~r~p~, permanent $,3.95 to $7.50; ma- , P purebred. 9-ft. rowboat, 2~ h. chineless, $5.50 to $10. Also ~N-----Brak~ Champion outboard motor. A1 beautiful cold waves. Fire ~er head grind. Megard, R. 5, Arlington, Kel- td piston work. logg Marsh. LOST News dl auto and 5- H~---f~. Ev~ru--~e ~o~rd-- ~o~oor Arlington Auto 941. for sale cheap. Phone 2213. L--~~s saddle- sh--~e, if Second growth fir, millwood for sale, 2-cord loads. Phone or drop a card to Red, c/o Union Mill, Arlington. Prompt deliv- ery. g- 49c yd. at INDIAN HEAD yardage--white STORE and colors--national price 89c --now on sale for 59c yd at SUITS HAMMER'S DEPT. STORE FOur measurements tailors. Featuring ORGANIC FERTILIZER ed woolens, $55 All organic; no filler. 35-1b. sack ,nnev's in Arling- $1.85. . . WINKES HARDWARE ~a~a~ Arlington, Wash. tot all the ram Custom Lumber Sawing -- We priced. Expert move our mill to your farm Arlington Shoe and saw your logs to order. Sound Foresters, Rt. 4, Box 686, Everett, Hi 3753. --- New abardine--FOR SALE---Reject or rough 1.29, now plywood sheeting, 5/16, ~, and % in. Pick up at mill Ar- ~TORE lington Lumber & Plywood Co. 6OD=-- l SA wood. Phone 322W2. )]~f)-RE-J~,---~ -D~~ Per sheet. I YWood to your ] EXPLOSIVES " ~Urements SNYDER HARDWARE L " I UMBER CO. i Phone 411 ~one 481 lSum ce- { iidin} Stocked Blocks, 4", C', 8". Pmnlce Chim. throw rugs in ax- hey blocks. Phone 1314. Ar- ~lso 9x12 and 9x15 lington Concrete Products. ~e SUre to see thorn mTNER-F RNX- ~E. Ask your grocer for 'Netted .... ~ Gems from Valley Gem" or buy classl1ed, ads direct from Valley Gem Farms. sm~:,~ Phone 54. Chain Saw Reputation for PERFORMANCE POWER CHAIN SAW found leave at Times Office. ESTRAY--Animal on my place. Owner please identify and re- move. Reuben Schloman, R. 4, Arlington. DANCE DANCE in new Bryant Grange hall every Saturday night. Un- ion music. Refreshments. D~--CE-'a~ ~ry Sat- urday night. Good music~ FOR TRADE DON'T THROW THAT' ELEC. TRIC RAZOR AWAY--Trade ii in on a new Schick or Reining. ton at JOHNSON DRUG A~lington I 'SISCO HVIaHTs I ~'-Mrs. Willis Hilde. cbrr. I phn,~ 2117 The Sisco Height~ .~ewing club met at.the home of Elvera John, son on Wednesday. April ]5. The ladies are scwin~ for *he bazaar to be held in the fall. Yext meet- ing will be at the home of Shir- ley Hegeland. Art Baxter has been transfer- red ,to the "Monroe hosr)ital. Community club was held at the Oscar Edstrom home on Fri- day, April 10. Next meeting will be with the Earl Hill's. Sunday visitors at the , Orrin Underwood home were Mr. and Mrs. l~hil Jor~enson of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Patch of Marysville, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vannoy and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hershaw. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jensen of Paulsbo visited with Mr. and, Mrs. P. W. Vanasche on Sunday. Helen Underwood was a week- end ~uest of Glenda Clauson in Arlington. O' JOHN ENGSTROM NITE OWL BLUEBIRDS We met at the Bryan{ Grange hall, April 15th. Judith Brende- muhl, Louise Rued and Candace Valiant were absent. We sang songs and learned a poem for the Council Fire. We started our gift for Mother's Day.--~Scribe pro tern, Roberta Brendemuhl. OKICIYANOWE CAMP FIRE We met at the Bryant Grange Hall Friday, April 17th. Our pres- ident, Annette Larson, called the] meetimg to order. Our secretary: Florence Lower, read the min- utes. Under new business we dis- cussed the following: a hike; learning our uarts for the Grand Council Fire in Arlington; work- ing on our memory books; hav- ing a tea party for our sponsors, me Bryant Grange Auxdiary.-- Scribe, Barbara Brendemuhl. VISTA VIEWS' C The Vista-View 4-H lub held a meeting April 2 at the home of Li]a Hendry. The 4-H Rally and Bake Sale were discussed. A demonstration on sewing was given bv Nancy Swimm~e and a demonstration on baking given by Esther Swimme. A game and refreshments were enjoyed fol- lowing meeting.- Joan Blincoe, reporter. JOYFUL BL~ The Joyful Bluebirds met at the home of our guardian, Mrs. Fritz, on Thursday. We learned two new songs. She took us all out to see her new house. Mary Lou Dunning brought the treat of suckers and bubble gum. -- Ann Walker, scribe. GRAND COUNCIL F~RE The ~*Bluebird and Campfire Girls hold their annual Grand Council Fire on Friday, April 24, at 8 p.m. at the High SchooI gym. nasium. This is a big occasion for all ~he girls, when they receive their certificates of Rank, and on ~[or Years ARLINGTON AT F.F.A. CONVENTION special awards, and they have a J^*,,~ ~-~,~*-,, ..... * ~- ~nd wonderful program prepared. ........ ~ ...................... The "1 Mrc TV~r En~strom renr~sented .public is cordial y invited ...... ~ - ~" ' " ~ to attend, so let's have a big the local F FA chapter at the ~t~,~ c,,-V~tio~ ~,~rn, 1~-18 at.crwd and show .the girls how ............. ~ "" ~ ' m - " - all .... Wa h t ere he ucn we appreciate melr el Pullman, s. While h I de forts obtained his State Farmer -] gree. ,1~[~] o "--I BuTroNs "N BOWS 4.H In Arlington - Phone 1344J The Buttons 'n Bows 4-H met KILLOUGH CLEANERS [at the home of Saundra Johnson. for [We had business meeting, and ALTF~RATIONS ] then showed our hand towels. Oul 8.6 cu. ft. Standard C) Guernsey Cows I CARD OF THANKS i~ 11 lrll J 11 I We wish to extend our heart- MaKe ecoras l felt thanks to all who so kindly Peterborough, N. H.--Four reg-]assisted and for the words of istered Guernsey cows owned by[sympathy, and beautiful floral Valley. Gem Farms, Arlington,l offerings extended at the death wasnmgton, nave compietea oi- ;of our beloved husband a nd ficial Advanced Registry records that were supervised by State father.--Mrs. Chas. Donahue and College of Washington and re- Family. o ported to The American Guern- sey Cattle Club for approval and In Arlington - Phone 1344 publication. KILLOUGH CLEANERS On twice daily milking for a for ten.month period, Valley Gem WATERPROOFING Alluring, a senior two-year-old, produced 10457 pounds of milk Guernsey sire, Valley Gem Hunt- er, that has one daughter in the Performance Register. Valley Gem Thelma 'produced 10,246 pounds of milk and 524 pounds of butterfat, milked twice daily for 365 days as a se- nior two-year-old. "Thelma" is the daughter of the outsta, nding Guernsey sire, Valley Gem Reso- lute, that has 14 daugl~ters in the Performance Register of The Am- erican Guersey Cattle Club. For SHOVEL DRAGLINI . or Hoe W~k Call S. V. LEDBETTER Phone 322~V5 Arl~tO~ Look at all - then * Full-width Super-Freezer Chest holds over 41 Ibs. frozen fo~d Big, porcelain Hydrator for fruits and vegetables Lifetime Porcelain finish on interior Quickube Ice Trays with Instant Tray and Cube Releases Famous Meter-Mis'er mech- anism with 5-Year Protec- tion Plan Chill Drawer for meats, ice cubes, small items Automatic Interior Light You never saw so much refiigerator for your money~ Imagine how much convenience you'll have with plenty of space for frozen foods. Think of all the fresh foods you'll hove room for on the big,. sturdy shelves. Best of all, you can depend on the Frigidalre Meter-Miser to ke~p everything safe and good. All this at a price that's really sensational. See it today| ~lu, Ask about liberal trade-in allowances Your Arlington Frigidaire Store