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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WAS}IINGTON, THURS., MAY 7, 1953. PAGE NINE FOR SALE ng cows IFOR SALE ..'7" Whiteface stockerj :ord loads Phone orl cal:le~' heff~:nand~eer~ergd, ~ ::: A r es: rYt?a Urld0:Y; ' , ' , - , now in stock. They are SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON," J " Norris at Lakewood on Sunday I 'd t /VIrs Willis Hilde curt " l ' o sell--at WALLIT- ~wnor Auotinnoor ][ . " ]le,enlng. ,C ears Lakes ~UR ..... ' ............. I elepnone zll~ ~R~NITURE~STORE. ~~ [[ [ Master. Jimmy. . Kukull celebrat- 1 Seattle, May 5-- Bob Hawkins, ,~mo.~. ~o~ o~,, n~ Wanted [ Mrs. Bob Suprunoski Mrs. Gall ed his 6th birthday on Saturday, ~_.~m,~ r~ .... trnant ~ .... ~oo~er Call Stanwood W. C. ~-- Pearson and Mrs. George Ander- entertaining a .group of his . . . Sell your Livestock to Floyd]son visited Mrs. Katherine friends with a party. Guests at Sunnyslde, Wash., is enthusl- Headley, cash buyer, R. 5, Ar-[Stamnslv at a sanitarium nearlwere Larry and David Ray~er oftastic about a new machine he is Used David Bradley lington. Ph. 273J3 evenings. 1,~,~,~ ~oo ..... u ~Marysville J u n e Bonebrake, usin in his area A sort of gard - ":Custom plowing, disking ma- ~ ................ Shirley Girven Steve Kukull ann g. " " . en tractor, with n re " adin - -' .. [ Mr. and Mrs Ed Dockendorfl .... "" ...... l aquatlc lawn-mower, this device ad r:or' h d hg n Hw U l g:[ sM v: ,;lsl, 2 tSu ay thml t h: :t:he l ::h= :hiildrenl :Pewr:::r l:ndS littwl: o~ :~e west of Wigwam res- " ...................... [Dockendorf. [wl!l present a Mother's Day pro-I ., ' " " ~. O. Lakewood. HIDES WANTED M .~anshn Tan-~ Mr ,dd"r~v V..... 1:'~ .... th~gramat the regular Community laus and rules o~, lakes now [~ nery, Marysville. - - Janet'-family of Seattle were vis-]Club..meetlng Friday evenlng,!choked with such growths. )rs---nationa[ nrice 89c ~WANTE~T~~ ]itrs with the Ralph Bosworths[~vmy ~" . ..... [ Severed close to the roots up to n sale for 59c ~d at r)~Ar~ ~;r~-~c~" ]on Sunday. ~vir. ann ..~.'lrs. l~uss hunter depths of 5 feet, the marshy ER'S DEi~ S2"ORE u .... T'-~.7..72...~'~ .... ,... [ Mr and Mrs Fred Lindbor~; Iexpecung ~nelr oaugh~er ~=ena olants can now be controlled and ............... IMr and M-s Jac'- Lindb~r~ -ndIhme from Falrbanks, Alaska,, thus leave the waters clear for Urab " ball COllect, ~vereit t~ayview ~Da~ . ~, u ~ ,~ r " " er Sawing -- We ........ [~...~.. _~,~_...~ ............... ~thls week fo a short visit. Iflshlng and open for use of wa- --.,, - - --- ruffe~ bounu ~YDrooucIs ,lnc ] uu: ,;,utu.~u tu nupv ,=l~,=u u., . . ,_ . . lnlll IO your larm - Your logs to order Box 651, Ever'ett, Was]]. "" ISunday where they enjoyed a Mr. and i~/t~an~erb O~ott mo-IterIowl. ........... ---------~=..-=-~=-_~_~...=-----------Ismorgasbocd. [tored to ~ - on ~a~umay. Previous attempts to control ~t~rs, l~t. q, mot o~o, LIV~'I'Ut_:I~. ~ ............ lafternoon where they visited the such growths by spraying with 3753. Send your livestock to Seattle [a g/:u~loa~ ~aUs~e :?~es~Jn%~r[Mark Olcott's. various chemicals have not , on Mondays t~ ~ , rov ,eject or rough ply- ~. - -- : ...... [at her home in honor of Mrs Jim[ Mrs. Jim Burdick of Marysxille P en satisfactory and have ng, 5/16, %, 'A and ye~ ~ne market p~ce. Call col-ICaudle on Friday night " lenjoyed Sunday dinner at the been costly. The waterborne up at mill. Arling- ~-~t m~,~%~.o~_... I Mrs Winni ......... Mr ..... IWalter Bailey home. weed-cutter appears to be no~ & PI wood C t~bAuu I)UIIU~ . t~ x~UKUll ~. ivlur- Z t'lyWOOa tO. R 5, Arlington- Kellogg Marsh[gie Moreland and Mrs. Mae Bos-I Mrs. Winnie Kukull attended nlnYbmUChra~:~eateff~ctivt~-bu~ load 15-inch mill ----'f-'~'-~=_'~='-~'~ ........ ......... [worth attended a sewing meet-[a Mother s uay tea at the Marys. _ c. t-, . ~ x ,1 iF. u thecost oI spraying operauons 322W2. el~D~/'li~ [ing at the Baker Heights project~ville gradeschool on Tuesday as ~ ~, O~al[~|~l.,~i~O Ion Monc'av A renresentative|a gues~ oI June ~onebrake .... "._ _.'~--U=----~ .... ~,,,,i~ ~,~,i,ui,,~ , ~ "" - ...... n- h ...... S~:t~L rr---t[ you ne, ve any aruete ~, ~....~,..^ r.~.,~ ~ ~-- /irom a patteln company was/ ~ne ,~,. ,.yo ~ ome on oetcnen .... ........................ ~)," ~*~=z'~"~" SIGNS---Complete sign service:]present, giving pointers on fol-[hill has been purchased by folks ~U~l,~,~[.,:~t ~n u~, t,x , ~''"=Products.~"~= "" Truck letterm"g, Hi'ghway bul- ~ lowln" g patterns. [ from Snohomlsn" . ...~ ~=~,.~u au letins, show cards Art Signs, ~ .......... ..... " ..... I Mr. ann ~vtrs. u, eorge wlggln. Art Brownlow, localea at uefl- w"-" ~: ........ *- -" *"- --'~ ~.. ....... -- .... [ ~1~ UlilIlt2 ,[~U~L~, OiL Ylg. ~IJU U CO Mlli ~flop phone Xb~, " .....;." , "[Mrs. Floyd Huson on Thursday. nome, z~t~ ~'" [ Miss Esther Olson showed a HARDWARE ~ ]group of educational pictures from Japan to the Ge~tchell ARTIFICIAL ~ BREEDINGI .... , . . . [scnooi cnlldren on weanesaay. Guerns~y~ Holstein]Sunday evening, Miss Olson ~~ ]showed the church another group Jersey~ ~~ Hereford[of pictures from Japan and - I China. I Rev and Mrs S prunoski ' Milkinulwere dinner guests at the Audral "~[Moreland home, on Thursday Shorthorn evening. SERVICE- CONTRACTING now have good buys--5-piece Commercial & Residential Wir- wood dinette set, 1 china clos- LINES;BY SOGL< ,W 411 mt boil, bake and fry. for 'Netted ~alley Gem" or buy Gem Farms. stock now a good of throw rugs in. ax- 9x12 and 9x15 Be sure to see them FURNI- paid for Cascara )r dry. C. F. Udell, Phone 258J5. for domestic or ir- ~. W. Johnson, R. 1, 'sville. Ph. 5168. and tractor re. makes, all rood - Harveste, h.-__ PONTIAC * PARLOR Home, 1064 specialty; machine $3.95 to $7.50; ma- ~5.50 to $10. Also Cold waves. R. and H., 2 blocks north Tavern, at end road. Clifford ace. overhaul, line- wheel balanc- Weber Pontiac, PLAN. now. New Buicks Weber Pontiac. drum head grind- and piston work. retail a u t o and ing.-~Yighting Fixtures -- Ap. pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. HALL Phone 2042 406 So. French NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION WILL be held in the Arlington School District No, 16, Snohomish County, Washing- ton, between the l~our~ of 1 o'clock p.m. and 8 o'clock p.m. on the 26th any of May, 1953, for the purpose of ,~u,-)- a mitring to the electors ol said school district, for their approval or rejection, ~-~ ~ne proposition hereinafter st.~te(l. The Lf'i election will be by ballot, Those in In- _ ~ vor of any proposition submitted at this . election will vote "YES" on such pro')- Vi |4] | ositton; those oPI:)~sed will vo~e "NO." / IV | | The voting pl~ce:s Ior the alore,aid [ I | election will be as follows: [ I I. To~,n H~II Arlington J ~. 2, Silvana School. SHvana i ~l~ ~. o~o School. ~o. I I I IFll~'V PROPOSITION , I | m I Shall the Arling~on School Distric~ ~ | ][ No. 16, Snohomlsh C~unty, Wushmgton, ._~ | ~L~- au~t~orlze the Cox)nty Comn'~ls~loners (~ @,eoo~ow the said County to levy an add:tionatI tax, without regard to any tax limi~a*-t tio~ provided by statutory of consti-I tutional law on all taxable property[ .... kn ""~*h"l th~ ~'~"~ school '~*'i"~ suffi Joe you nonesuy OW anyone wne ~,~ ................ - r" Swe " c~en~ to rlse $11,113 or approximately h~ won the I lsh epstake~? ~he '3 171ills, and the proceeds thereof may W$~ left a fortune? Or who ~h-~ek be used immediately through Incurrtng l oil? NO friend of mine has! Nor It indebtedness against the district by, And, I bet you never will, Frle~Id! ~lle i~suance o1 warrants agall~st the] ~h~ ~hmue~u ar~ milllan~ ~' atom general iund of tt~e district for the pur- } ~.'~,~I.';"~.~ ;'.Y ."'--'C--g, "~. --~.~ p~se of paying the operating cost of l r-- o r w "" " Kindergarten in said district. YOU are.s:p u '~ng you _a~. xnro~tn BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DI-I llxe, Waiting zor a wln~Iali to RECTORS of Arlington School District pol~ your old age or bu~ .off the NO. 16. Snohomtsil County, W~shington. ~ mortgage -- sorry. I~ s mlgn~ m~. Signed, BERTHA MORRIS, lll~ely. Clerk School District NO, .. ][r.~u ~ better sign up ~or ]~y1~l~ 15, Arlington, Snohomlsh l~il~vln~s Whet@ you work. S~l,r~ Count, y, Washington. t~ll[ a few dollars each lmydg In May 5th 1953. Savings Bonds. Then, one bright dmy Dave of 1st pub., May 7, 1953. you~J[] have a true windfall! A ~M Date Of la.~t pub., May 14, 1953. [ eolleetlon of United States Savtl~ o "' I Bonds! No. 23788 I NOTICE TO CREDITORS [ Open your heart to hel p sick In the Superior Court of the State ol[and crippled children Donate to Washington, in and for the County ol[ ..... , .... ~" ..... Snohomish. Itmnaren s urtnopeale Hospital In the Matter of the Estate of Hm~nEI ~..o, +......... u~, ;. ~,, L STEER Deceased [ ~**~ t~,u w~=x~ **~ ~,~.~. ' Notice is 'hereby given that the un-[ ~ ' derslgned has been appointed and has[ " IN PROBATE : qualified to act as Executor of the Es-mNo. 23805 rate of Hettie L. Steer, deceased, and[ NOTICE TO CREDITORS i all persons having claims against said[ ................ deceased or her estate are hereby re-J ~n tne.~upenor wour~ o! cne ~r~r~_ u~ qulred to serve the same in the formJ Washington, for ~ne woun~y ox ~no- required by law on the undersigned or[ horn sh. his ttorneys of record at the addresslln..._ the _Matter of .the ~ste.t~ O~ below stated, and file the sme with[ CHA~ l~. IJO~AHU~:, ~eceaae~. the Clerk of the above-entitled court[. Notice is hereby given.that the..un- together with proof of service, within[oers]gned has oeen appomeea ana n&s ~ six months after the date of first pub-[qualined as executrix of the. e~.t&t~, of.. licatlon of this notice, to wit: within [ ~nar~es ~. ~onanue, ~eceasea; r.~a~ aia six months fter the 30th day of Aprll,[persorm havlng claims against said d~- 1953, and all claims not so served and]ceases a~e nereDy requires to serve r, ns flied within said time wlll be barred lsame du y verified, on sld executrix or LEO (3 STEER Executor " [her attorney of record at the addre~ J P "I~ATHE~VS and "JOSEPH p ]below stated and file the same with MA~rI]gWs Jr Attorneys for Executor'[ t~e Clerk of said Court, together with 315 Olymnic Avenue Arlington Wash" [ proof of such service wlthin six nlontJas ington .... ]afte~: the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publiction April 30 i ' n v ,n~ , ,, Date of fix'at ~.ubllcaglon M.a~ 7. 1953. *o~. e CORA DONAHUE, Ex cutrix of aal~ Date of last publication May 14 1953.1~+o,~ ~ v . ,. ,,~ 0 ' ' , .... Address, .37Ol.m,.1.Avenue. ' ' ] Arlington, Wash. The Navy is holding "Open[ ~OBm~T C. BIBB, Attorneyfor m... ,, . .I t~,te, 337 Olympic Avenue, Arlingt~n. House at.the Naval Air Station t wash. (Ault Field) Whidbey Island,] ---------o------ -- May 16, as part of National Arm-[ Use Times Classified Ad~ -- ed Forces Day observance. ' ~ffective. economical. , ~ 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 and advanced pupils accepted. Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5, Arlington; Phone 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 sims only. Breeding fee $6.00. No membership fees. Golden Charm P.roven Sire Ser- vice. Phone Arlington 3281 WANTED---Better Milking. Mar- low milker saves the udder. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington. Authorized sales and service. Phone 54. TV and Radio. Arlington" Auto Sales and Service 94,1. Television and radio repair. Om work is guaranteed. Packard- Bell and Emerson sales. OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE THAT ELECTRIC Phone 1484 - Arlington it in on LAWNMOWERS sharpened, hand 'k or Remington at saw filing. Phone 344. H. DRUG Senff, corner Second and Le- hum, Arlington. Hotpoint . APPLIANCES SHIRTS--Sanfor- Complete Residential and Corn- shirts--lowest mercial Wiring, Contracting, for $2.98 at Motor and Appliance Repair. BRACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 SUITS Your measurements SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred tailors. Featuring Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone woolens, $55 1562. in Arling- Registered Guernsey bulls, ready Parrot and Star for all the fam- bly priced. Expert Arlington Shoe work or play-- every day - Phone 1344 CLEANERS for 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. Concrete Septic 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. et, dressers, sewing machine, wash. machine, tables, chairs and bed---at WALLITNER FURNITURE CO. FOR SALE--Need a "IV anterlna for Tacoma stations or Bel- lingham coming on this week? Call 2105 for Arlington TV In- stallation Service. No. 2 Shingles, $6.00. No. 3 Shingles. $5.00. Per square the best grade. HUNTER & SON Phone 2051 BUILDING--is my business. Will build your house or build- ing, and am prepared to finan- ce same up to 40 per cent. Plans an blueprints available on many homes. John Blacken, L~kewood. FOR SALE FOR SALE--.28 Strawberry car- riers. Extra well built, to last for years. Will sell or trade for young stock, a single unit stainless steel Conde milking machine, used only 90 days. Phone 249J1. Pete DeGrosse Route 4, Arlington. FOR SALE--Wood circulator in good condition, $20.00. Jim Price, on Arlington Heights road. Lyons super Debeaker, electric brooders, 300 chick capacity; Giant feeders, 150 lb. capacity; chick feeders, 48-in., capacity 100 chicks; poultry wire, 8 ft. cedar posts, all excellent con- dition. Phone Marysville 5247. Fairbanks pIace, Lake Good- win. ATTENTION LOGGERS -- Don't miss the calked boot special-- hand made---guaranteed--only $25.95 at HAMMER'S TIMBERWOLF GLOVES are only 49c any and every day at HAMMER'S FOR SALE--Gallon jugs, i0c ca. Killough Cleaners, Arlington. Real Estate FOR SALE---2-bedroom home in town. Bendix washer, electric hot water; garage; $4950. FOR'SALE---3-room modern fur- nished cabin, east side Lake Goodwin. Terms. Call 5268 Marysville. DANCE DANCE in new Bryant Grangei hall every Saturday night. Un- ion music. Refreshments. DANCE at the Midway every Sat- urday night. Good music. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde and at Lake Stevens on Sunday eve- family called on the Frank Coles ning. F~mous.. ~,,al i, ' +he'N k "~ "[ iii ii ii And look at all these features! Big 7.7 cu. ft. food stor- age compartment Super-Freezer~olds up to 16 Ibs. of frozen foods Quickube Ice Trays with Instant Cube Release New, compact, space- soving design " Famous Meter-Miser . mechanism with 5-Year Protection Plan Builtand backed by Frigidaire and General Motors ,~,=.=, Big 3~ quart Coid. Storage Tray Ask about our BIG trade-in offerl HENRY With low down payment, small monthly payments, BIG trade-in allowance! Model IS-106 .95 See the wonderful new Butter Pre-Sorv /- { What an ideal Keeps butter at J I :=',.~,.,.~,.,-,.~-,,,,~.~ N~l' in easy.spreadlng patsl Another Cyla'matic ~ / Big separate Food Freezer holds up to 47 pounds of frozen foods Roomy fresh-food compartment with automatic, safe Levelcold--and Cycla-matic Defrosting that banishes frost before it collects Famous Frigidaire Rail-to-You Shelves--sturdy, rust- proof, all aluminum--glide out all the way Quickube Ice Trays with Instant Tray and Cube Rolease Dozens of great new ideas for smoother, better food- keeping servicel Powered by the Meter-Miser--best-known ~:old-maker of them all Built and becked by Fdgidaire and General Motors SR~'I -|4 ASK ABOUT ALL THE NEW FRIOIDAIRES FOR 1953! Your Arlington Frigidaire Store Your Arlington Frigidaire Store