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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURS., APRIL 30, 1953. )N SYSTEM Livestock factory .engineered through your deal- For Sale HARDWARE FOR SALE---1 first-calf heifer, Arlington fresh April 18 with heifer calf. .... John Woillard, R. 2, Arnot Rd. e Welding a n d Phone 247W4. her Davison, Oso. Rotoette Cultiva- feeders and breeders from Feb- about 200 sheets ruary litters of Yorkshire cross- glass; 2 heavy log- es a n d purebred Chester ;, some % cable Whites• Last available until tires, tubes; cheap. July. Sunday Lake Ranch, one , stucco house, Quil-! mile west of 99, south of Stan- ce, west of ceme- wood blacktop. Inquire Heichel ville. Center service station on 99. .a~ld S~d Good home raised whiteface 1-yr. old stock calves for sale by the R RENT, 10 head. A. head or by the lb. Herman F. 2, Box 282, E. Stan- Klein, Phone Marysville 3111. i tdstrom road, East FOR SALE -- Weaner pigs 81 weeks old. Hampshire cross- Young stock. Water breed, bacon type; $15. Floyd nished. Can handle -nWagner, R. 2. Phone t78W3. 40 head more. El- ~----------- R. 2. Phone 101Ji #~ CHIt:KS CHICKS CHICKS d). Hampshires, Barred Rock Cross, ~bags, Parmenters and all other pop- $3.80 ular breeds. $19.00 per 100. & Son. Ph. ARLINGTON FEED & FARM SUPPLY Formerly Arlington Cash Feed RATION, $3.55 forStore bags. For fast, de- growth. Hunter & FOR SALE- Whiteface stocker Phone 2051. calves, heifers and steers, good quality.Phone Mt. Vernon recleaned Vic- 7193. $71 ton. M. Oza- Vernon. Phone AUCTION SALE every Saturday; poultry and misc. items, 10 a. m.; dairy cows, beef, young Blight recleaned stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. Oats. Valley Gem FARMERS AUCTION SALE 54. SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON paper, 100 lbs. $4.20 Owner, Auctioneer• We are getting with this mash. & SON 2051 Spreader. It Wanted Sell your Livestock to Floyd Headley, cash buyer, R. 5, Ar- lington. Ph. 273J3 evenings• your pastures HIDES WANTED• M. Jansha Tan- & SON 2051 SALE SHINGLES 9.50 per sq. LUMBER CO. nery, Marysville. WANTED DEAD STOCK Prompt, Courteous Service Call collect, Everett Bayview 9549 Puget Sound Byproducts, Inc. Box 651, Everett, Wash. LIVESTOCK 481 Send your livestock to Seattle voo'---~ alder or on Mondays. kiln dried shav- Get the market price. Call col- lect Marysville 3125. 247W2. CLAUD DU2~rON R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh loads• Phone or C~ing--~--~ng~ma- to Red, c/o Union :on. Prompt deliv- nure loading and hauling; trench silo digging. Homer Da- vison, Oso. Phone 47Wl. to see our new Dav- ---~~- ------------------ ry pleasing covers; CLOTHIH6 ave several swing g,in stock. They are sell--at WALLIT- RAYON PRINT yardage---Famous STORE. "ABC" brand--washable---reg- ularly 69c. Now 49c yd. at 2x4's ............ $49.00 HAMMER'S DEPT STORE .................... $79.00 -- - LUMBER CO. FAMOUS GENTRY SUITS 481 Tailored to your measurements by,master tailors. Featuring yardage--white many imported woolens, $55 price 89c and $65, at Penney's in Arling- le for 59c yd at ton. DEPT. STORE SAVE $10.00 on the new reduced prices on women's spring coats at HAMMER'S FOR SALE--Poll Parrot and Star Brand Shoes for all the fam- ily. Reasonably priced. Expert shoe repairing. Arlington Shoe Shop. . Sawing -- We mill to your farm logs to order• Rt. 4, Box 686 or rough 5/16, %, 1~ and up at mill. Arling- & Plywood Co. load 15-inch mill 322W2. NEED NEW SHOES? For better shoes that cost less per mile shop at HAMMER'S HARDWAR~ 411 Pumice Building Pumice Chim- Phone 1314. Ar- Products. GABARDINE YARDAGE --- New crease- resistant gabardine-- 42-inch width--Reg. 1.29, now 98c yd. at HAMMER'S DEPT. STORE DANCE PAGE SEVEN lUrements. LUMBER COl 481 Stock now a good throw rugs in ax- Iso 9x12 and 9x15 {~DIIIPI~ I~tlD {~I! l~ !were out to the country home Or.J~VlIL,~O r~Jl~ Ol-~]L,~ ~over the week.end. Friends from FOR SAI~-~-----Us~d'-l,-- I Lake Goodwin called' on them SIGNS--Complete sign service: ~ -- umber. 5000 [Sunday Truck lettering Highway bul ft 8x16 timbers, ten 3x12---30 "" ' " ft'lon 1200 ft ma le 1 rln Mr and Mrs Art Meyer and letins, show cardsArt Signs, g, • p f oo" g chil/ . .. "~ ... _ • 50 al h uefled a w aren oi lviorton wasn, were Art Brownlow, located at Ced- g • "q " g s hot a- _ .. ., ". • __:~~}'. ~n°P pn°ne l°~;i .:"."..i, " . • " "• :"" rR. "" •"." "''" " '" i • • " " itors at the Bauer home P " Y' 1~ " Guernsey~ Holstein] Office ........ ;. ~ . I Grange hal[ Tl'e ncwl~ved~ ]~.rs. Charles Beck ~nd Mr F . ~~ ]~.,-[-[-- tebir,nOse.neiplng ~amon~os~ cel-[~lan to make their home in h lilM. Coffman ma~ie a business Jersey ~ Hereford[VU_xtju.._~v_v~ Tnen {lens mlSSlsa~atr~a~lSwSeVe~v~kemr~l](laY on[vernon, where Mr. tloffman is trip to Everett Wednesday,~Aprll ..... • f I toe mg yaruage sale now inJ ~ a.u ~v~t~ronl,,v~~ J22 ~~ ] progress at ]Bloom, the Bert Oberg girls and ~'"" ~" ...... .-" ~ I TJ,~, .... I the Carl Mattson children I Mrs. Bessie Bartlett has re-} . ..'U-U--~°--'--'-- ~~.~[Y Milking] n~v,v,~n~ [ ~ ..... t,,~ti,~,o ,,~ ~: ...hiturnedto her Cedarvale Loop[ In ~r~ton ~.l::,~onr,..,~3~14 "~ .... |Used Bendix Washer $95. Winkes~ M~s~.-~,*~'~"° ~Y ......~"ul home after spending the lastI ~.~,t~n ~.ur~t~ 1 ---r-- ~normornl Hdw Arlin~,ton I . ~onam ~woe t nee Mary[year or ~,~ w-h )~,~- ,,~u,~,.,~,., i~~, for / ......... ~' " [Carol Holland) on the arrival of}~ --. ,%=" ~.~ ...... ~":'*~".":! ALTERATIONS -~---=--~':-----~. - -----~----- • ~eauie. we an are certam~: gmu' Arlington 2141 FOR SALE---18-1nch double bet- their daughter, Julee Dawn, who[to see her back a ain" "Welcome o , tom John Deere plow Elmerlarrived April 13th She weighed},. -- - g " ~[ Use Times classif|,~ ~o ~----- Lohr R 2 Ph " • ~mme ~ranoma ...... ,~ .... ........... ~ ....... one 101J1. 8 pounds 5 ounces• The proudl __ ' ~ ". . busy, effe6ttve .~alesmen "~ek~t~t~a~n~-'B~e,t Y°u,ruy°u~n ~.-... ~--= -..-'---.-.------Z: I grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.l..Tl~e county road crew were out -------o---------" ,, . ~. . -- ~..~ :,-,,~,.~" ~(Jr~ ~A~.m--barflen tractor wiifl Curti~ t4ollnn] i~vlonaay ana worKe(1 on the KOCK[ No. 23~a~ [on JacKet anu skirt at .................. [ NOTICE TO CR~D TOn , plow, disk and cultivator at- Creek bridge in Cedarvale I I s HAMMERS , tachments. Make offer• Ken. tuMr~ fEdmS:p:rdihgSt2:Stwer~"] Mr. andMrs. Robert Calvin and nwtahs~iS~t~ri°lrCa°~r~°ftteue~oSut~~ L-~7.. z :__~ neth Espe (Victoria Heights). [ end in Pullman While there'[;on and Miss Billie Garrett of!-Sn.ohomish.' .... • • , ~n une Me~tter of ~ne EState of ~t~,Gb'FtGG~b Phone 189J5 ............ Bi" Lake were -uests at the C ..... ~sne vis~tea wlm Mr. anu ~vlrs.I s ~ .[ L STEER. Dec~ssed. SERVICE - CONTRACTING THOR Automatic with ne~-~unit I Jack Thorsen and the Forrest]A- Sheppard home over the_ Notice is hereby given that the un- Commercial & Residential Wir- comnletelv overha,,,.~n ¢~o~n'll~ollands Forrest ~.~n ,o.,. ,....,.I week-end l~e~gned has peenappointed and ham ........... ~ .I ,~, ,poa.o~. • ,~,~, ~,~ tvu~ ~. ". ........ ,~,uaum~ ~o ac~ as ~:xecutor of the ~- lng.--xlgntmg ylxtures---Ap- Winkes Hdw Arlin-tbn I first and second nlaces resnec.Mr. anu Mrs. ~Ua vaoaoe~ tare of Hettie L. Steer deceased, and pliance Repair and Service. ~:-:'~-~ "~" ...... !tivel- in the Little~Internati~nal',^*-, a.,, persons having claims against sala LEO G HALL MILWALJI~PAI*: ROTOTILLER re-io.__~ .......... jvu. oeeee~seo or her estate are hereby re- Phone 2oa2 " add .~,~ ~" .... *, eently overhauled, very~,ood ~toc~ ~now nero a~ runman. Mrs Edward Soper was a judge qu,red to. serve the same in the form ..... "; • • t:on~.ra[ulatlons. • . . q y w o she un~ersig~ed or working condition. Cheap for at a flower show inBelhngham his attorney• of r~cord at the ad~ IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash• - Insurance. Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phone Peoples 2111 RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners an~t advanced pupils accepted• Available for piano solos and accompaniments• R. 5, Arlington; Phune 273J3 Radio & TV Service Radio tubes and repair. Tele- vision service. All service work guaranteed• WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY 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 cash or will take smaller machine. ' Winters. Phone 183J4. FOR SALE--John Deere manure spreader, 4-wheel, just over- hauled. Good shape. John Val- lient, R. 4 (Kack/nan road). New Apex Oryer, save $60. Was $259.95. Priced for quick sale, $199.95. Winkes Hdw., Arling- ton. Slightly used David Bradley heavy garden tractor, with mower~ also made for cultiva- tor; $180. C. R. Brose, 1 mile straight west of Wigwam res- taurant. P. O. Lakewood. In our Used Furniture Dept. we have several good buys: 1 near- ly new 8 cu. ft. refrigerator, 1 nearly new bedroom suite, 1 good 5-pc. breakfast set, coil springs and bed-- at WALLITNER FURNITURE CO. WANTED--Better Milking. Mar- lington. low milker saves the udder. -- ..... Valley Gem Farms, Arlington• Authorized sales and service. Phone 54. TV and Radio-- Sales and Service Television and radio repair. Ou~ work is guaranteed. Packard- Bell and Emerson sales. OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 - Arlington ~"WN~ERS sharpened, hand saw filing. Phone 344. H• Senff, corner Second and Le- here, Arlington. Hotpoint APPLIANCES Complete Residential and Com- mercial Wiring, Contracting, Motor and Appliance Repair• BRACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone 1562. Registered Guernsey bulls, ready for service, guaranteed breed- ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low prices. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington Murphy Packing Co. -- Custom killing, cutting, and wrapping• Locker beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo 3648 evenings, Arling. ton 3401• co-n'-~cret---~eptic Tanks, 265 to 500 gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone 1314. Arlington C o n c r e t e Products. WANTED DANCE in new Bryant Grange boil, bake and fry. hall every Saturday night• Un- HELP WANTED---Taxi Inn Care ,'roce: for 'Netted ion music• Refreshments. Stanwood. W.C. 1453• }alley Gem" or buy ~_~-~y Gem Farms. ~ ~ ~o~C-as-~ara: Bark. Green or dry. C. F. Udell, • urday night. Good music. Bryant, Wash. Pho~e...258J5. FOR TRADE W~NTED -- 25-in. shake bolts, per sheet. to your ' $45.00. Call 1674• Bob Williams. HELP WANTED---Man or wo- man, cook for small restaur- • ant. CMI Marysville 5116. Well digging for domestic or ir- rigation. A. W. Johnson, R. 1, Box 105, Marysville. Ph. 5168. New G.E. Dryer, was $249.95. Now $199.95• Winkes Hardware, Ar- New G.E. Automatic Range, hi- speed calrod burners, $319.95• Was $389.95. Winkes Hardware, Arlington• 9-C--~. it: G~-~. l~ef~ food capacity 48 lbs. New. Spe- cial $399.95, was $467.95. Winkes Hardware, Arlington• G--.E-Y-Re _ft lb. frozen food capacity; double doors, new. Regular price $509.95. Priced for quick sale, $429.95. Winkes Hardware, Ar- lington. $189.95. Reduced from $249.95• Winkes Hardware, Arlington. Real'Estate For Rent HOUSE FOR RENT. Kenneth Nor- ris, 154 Cox. Phone 2171. FOR RENT--Close to '3 acres of strawberries, at once. Second year crop. For further informa- tion call Marysville 5799. ORDINANCE NO. 310 AN ORDINANCE prohibiting the dis- charge of certain matter and indus- trial wastes Into any of the sewers of the Town of Arlington, adopting standards, and providing Penalties for the violation of such ordinance. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF AR- LINGTON : Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to throw, drain, run, or otherwise dis- charge into any sewer of the Town of Arlington, or to cause, permit or sul- fer to be thrown, run, drained, allowed to seep, or otherwise discharged into any such • sewer any organic or In- organic matter which shall cause or tend to cause a polluted condition at the outflow of any such sewer into the Stlllaguamish River, according to the Standards for Waters of the Washing- ton State Pollution Control Commt~- sion. It is the intention of the Town Council to prohibit the use of its sew- ers to any person, fir~a or corporation emptying or discharging therein any such organic or inorganic matter, or in-. dustrial wastes, as are forbidden by] the said Pollution Control Commission, ] and for the purpose of enforcing this] ordinance the Town Council adopts| the Standards for Waters of the State of Washington as fixed by said Pollu- tion Control Commission as its guide in regulating the use of Its sewers, and every user of the sewers of the Town of Arlington is charged with the know- ledge of~such regulations and stand- ards as lqxed by the Washington State Pol|ution Control Commission, Section 2. Any person found guilty of willfully violating any of the pro- visions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of[ not to exceed one hundred dollars or] by imprisonment for not to exceed l thirty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment, and each and every vio- lation shall be considered a fieparate offense. on Tuesday• below stated, and file the •ame ~ltl~ the Clerk of the above-entitled eou_~ Mrs. t.arollna Yost spent the together with proof of •ervice, within week-end in Seattle with herlsix months after the'date of first pub- brother and his wife, the Rev. I llcation of this notice, to wit: withIn I six months after the 30th day of April, and Mrs. A• M. Anderson• ;1953. and all claim• not so served ~md Sunday dinner guests at the fned within said time will be barred. Art Tveit home were Mr. and~ LEO O. STEER. Executor. J. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P. Mrs. Anton Ludvigson and Mr.~MATHEWS, Jr., Attorneys for Executor, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Wsmh- ington. D~tte of first publlcation, April 30. 1953. Date of last publication, May 14, 19~L O No. 23273 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIR(TI~ON In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomish. In the Matter of the Estate of ANNA M. STARLUND, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Charle~ W. Fowler, administrator of the above entitled estate, has filed his Final Re- port and Petition for Distribution of the above entitled estate, and the time for hearing the said report and petition i• set for Friday, the 15th day of May, 1953, at 1:30 o'clock, P. M., in Depart- ment No. 3 of the above entitled court. That the court, upon such hee~lng, is asked to approve the report, dis- tribute the proPerty to the heir en- titled to the same, fix the fee for t4~o administrator and his attorney, dis- charge the administrator and exoner- ate the surety on the administrator's bond. Dated this 13th day of April, 19f~• (SEAL) ANDE~S ANDERSEN, Clerk of the above entitled Court. By Helen D. Reid- enbach, Deputy, JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, JR., Attorney for Administrator, 315 Olympic Avenu~ Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st pub., April 16, 1953. Date of last pub., April 30, 1953. and Mrs. John Danielson. Stevie Tveit celebrated his sixth birth- day at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. R• G. Martin of Everett were dinner guests on Thursday at the Andrew Swan- ston home. The Byrholdt land is being logged, too. Oh well, we still have some nice big stumps in the community. Mr. and Mrs. James Holbeckl and family of Victoria Heights were visitors at the Art Tveit home Tuesday evening. Those attending the business meeting at the Improvement Club this Saturday night are requested to bring a ple for the pie social which will follow the meeting. Enjoyable entertain- ment will also be provided. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swan- ston visited with Mr. and Mrs• Perry Harding in Everett, after taking Dick to Edmonds to catch his ferry last week. Harley Alexander is in the hos- pital after a major operation. Best of luck on your road to re- covery Harley! • O0 In Support of llutiongl Safety Month sponsored by the Inter-Industry Committee on Highway Safety your FORD DEALER offers you during Muy... Steering Brakes Rear View Mirrors Windows Windshield Wipers Bob Bauer, Air Force, came home on leave Tuesday morning. He leaves to begin Cadet Train- ing at Reece Air Force Base, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Jr., of Everett,* were visitors at the James Taylor home Satur- day evening. Joe Tveit and daughter Margie spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit in Renton. Horns Front Lights ~f Rear Lights T es Exhaust Sys m Muml~ Mr. and Mrs. John Arnot have NO COST I NO OBLIGATIONI \ For all Ford hydraulic equipped passenger cars DON'T THROW THAT ELECTRIC RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on a new Schick or Remington at JOHNSON DRUG Arlington In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for Hat Blocking and Cleaning Se2vice WANTED -- Rototilling, plowing, landscaping, grading, and gar- den work. Call Quilcene Floral 196W3. WANTED--Truck and tractor re. pal~ing--all makes, all mod- els. International - Harvester dealer. EARL WEBER PONTIAC WANTED -- Green alder poles• Contact us before cutting. Ar- lington Plug Mill Co., Arling- ton Airport, or call phone 2391. CITY BEAUTY PARLOR Phone 641. Home, 1064 Haircutting a specialty; machine permanent $3.95 to $7.50; ma- chineless, $5.50 to $10. Also beautiful cold waves• Safety sure to see them FURNI- Courteay WEEK DAY SCHEDULE Lv. EVERETT: a.~. 7:45 a.m. a 2:50 p.m. 3:45 p•m. 4:35 p.m. 5:o0 p.m. 8:SO a.m. 5:45 p.m. axa. 5:40 p.m. 10:~ a.m. 6:45 p.m. 12:20 p.m. i).~. 2:o0 p.m. SUNDAY SCHEDULE * Lv. EVERETT: S:l$ p.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:SO p•m. • 1:30 p.m. 1O:10 p.m. ?:15 p~n. 4:35 p.m. ' ~V~REI~.ARLINGT ON. DARRINGTON NORTHBOUND ------------ Arr. Ever't Lv. Ever't Lv. Arl.: Art. DaL: z12:o0noon z 7:45a.m. z 8:45a.m. z 9:35a.m. Sundays and Holidays and Normtown daily. On Monday, Wednesday and Fri- via Sunnyside. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. ~RVICE PASSENGER SERVIC~ DSC MSSa Town Council [ PASSED by the and APPROVED by the Mayor, this 13th AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE-'1946 Chevrolet, Fleet- line• Call 741 between 6 and 7 p.m. FRONT SYSTEM, overhaul, line- up, and setting; whdel balanc. ing, all makes. Weber Pontiac, Arlington. Available now. New Buieks and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac. Phone 1501. MACHINE WORK--Brake drum trueing--clyinder head grind. ing--valve and piston work. Wholesale-retail a u t o and truck parts. Arlington Auto Parts. Phone 941. day of April, 1953. ROBERT MURPHY, Mayor. Attest: W. L. MOORMAN, Clerk, ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 49;3 RUBBER STAMPS I have been'wonderfully bles- sed in being restored to active life after being crippled in nearly every joint in my body and with muscular soreness from head to foot. I had Rheumatoid Arthritis and other forms of Rheumatism, hands deformed and my ankles were set. *[ Limited space prohibits tellingl you more.here but if you will write me I will reply at once and tell you how I received this won- derful relief. 2805 Arbor Hflla D~ive P. O. Box 3122 J~cksoo 7, M~siulppi 19.95 Regular $25.60 Value their hands full! The latest of their children to have the mumps are Jackie, Lynn Marie and Dougie. Carl "Butch" Swanson has also developed the mumps' --doesn't think his mother has enough to keep her busy, I guess• Donald Tveit's new "overseas address" is Pvt. Joseph D Tveit U. S. 561156040; PROV. CO. 2562 A.P.O. 872; c/o P.M.; New York N. Y. Drop him a line to kee him up on the news here at the home- front ! ! Seattle visitors at a farewell party in honor of Mr. Carl Dachs of Seattle, at the Bauer home last Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Hoelzl. Mr. Dachs is to leave for a four months stay in Germany• The Best raspberry patch shows a lot of work. The plants are all trimmed and tied and the patch is clean of all weeds. Nice Here's what you get: Labor... complete set exchange brake shoes... 8 lock rings.., brake fluid.., road test. DRIVE IN TODAY I Statistics show that in States where safety checks are required, 33% of all cars checked have defective brakes. FORD DEALER for Budget Terms P Arlington, Wash BACKSTROM MOTOR Phone 1771 O