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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURS., MAY 14, ] 953. PAGE SEVEN [ !1" I] afternoon. A social time was on- SILVANA BUSY BAKERS oral%V|%~r'o I V~%lq%e~a J OSO [[joyed and later a no-host lunch TO MAKE PLAIN ROLLS r, ,~ • IDANCE in~nt GrangelJ Mrs Nellie George ]lwas served by the girls of the The Silvana Busy Bakers held ..... all eve Saturda ...... - ~ ' ll.~tn and om grades their regular meetm Ma 9, at Debeaker, electric Livestock I ~aam ~ ]v ,_~erv~c¢~ ] h ry y nignt, un-I| corresDoroem I:: . " " . " " g Y I ......... I ~-'" music Refresh-,o-ts I o " . .:" . ~ial Night at Grauge the nome of Pats Haarsager 300 chick capacity; For Sale i~a~,~uoes an2 re[ay:o *l:ele~l ......................... I .A happy iamily garnering IorI This Friday, May 15th, is a so- Baking bread wasYur proj~-~ 'rs, 150 lb. capacity; , .............................. i w~n nr,n A ~ lover tne weeK-end wltn lvJr. anaJcial ni,,ht at the Mt Wheeler and bo" was it f--- P-*~-" u.... uar nte d . ~ . ~ u.. ~t~y zla,~- :rs, 48-in., capacity CttICKS CHICKS CHICKS J gw~'a'E~7; AUTO °UPPLY I l*U~ IKAD~, JMrs.L.C. Wh]tman when daugh:]Grange. Mrs. Brendemuhl of Bry- sager gave a demonstration on poultry wire, 8 ft. Hampshires, Barred Rock Cross,[ ~aLr-.~, ,~u~ ~urr~z I~.--C-~-~,**~-~;--~-~-~_.7~.[ter, ~rs. wlnona lwalionee, analant will show colored pictures ~ow ~o shade rolls. We are going , all excellent con-uo,,~o,to,~ o.,,~ ~]~ ,~,b,~ nnn Io~,'-x~c r...~..,~*.~ o~ ....... ~.~./t)~r~ I lntt~w ~nAT ~r~lr~lt~Isons t~onny ana Jonnny or r~laoor[of Alaska and wil xhibit her to make ne Marysville 5247. ular breeds. $1"9 'per' l"0 °* ruc - ett'e ring t i hway' u]-] RAZORAWAY- _Trade ltin on|came Friday to visit till overJ zouvenirs. The mee ineg starts at}meetingto /°llSldf°r urRn ) ¢nt place, Lake Good- • ' • a new ~cn,cn or r~emlngton att sunaay Tnev were "oinea on • , ¢ • ', ARLINGTON FEED J letms, show cards. Art S]gns, J ""~HNSON D~''''~ ~" ~ " "~ . : . . ] .... ]~.15 oclock. The member~ wlth. Monsons. We have planned to ] arto ,~--,,,~ o,,,,,,~, , -... . . ._. ~ .~_~ ~ o,., ~u~ ~unoay oy uelanfl oi beau/e ann birthdays durin~ Am'i]. May or-h~vo a ro " p :CATION SYSTEM Former~Yr,~r~i~ng~on~ash Feed ] ~)r~:r~VIW~°~h~°C~onat 16~;I Arhngton IBerdlna and Russell .Rhynard~ June Will have a birthday cake of Junep °--gr~mb/°r tMhenfis~nt ----------- and aau nter Juanlla lOCal • " factory-engineei~ed Store [ home, 2313. [ ,..,,r, ~t- T~.,,,,,~ J ~- . . , . • I this meeting, i Porter. through your deal-~-Z'-'---~| / ~,.~ ...._ ~,,~**~o. . I Mrs. L. B. Knights ]s still a pa-[ At the Auxiliary meeting at[ ....... ~ug 5AU~:- wnlteiace stocKer| ~ We wish to extend our neart-ltient at the Arlington hosnitall~.,~,h,-,s ~-o* w,~;t- ,~ ........... I~I~-TUBN~-D MISSIONARY • r o d "- Ill°till I111~" lfi~l" VEEII |Jl~lt/l~ *¥g'lI calves heifers and stee s g o | awrtv',c.rat. ~ ~l~.~.ntw~ felt thanks to all who so k]ndlyland is imnrovin~ [o~.,,~n~,.~ ,~,~ ~. ..... ,,~ ~,,~ AT FREE METHODIST HARDWARE all n t ernon ........................ " ' .- ... , ...... ,, .................. qu ty. Pho e M. V [ -~d~ assisted and for the words oil Rev. Fredrlck Ryff, lately re- Arlington ~ turned missionary from Africa,T193 Man, two- • .... Guerns~ Holstein offerings will have charge of the evening sympathy and floral extended at the death Of our be- AUCTION SALE every Saturday;! Jerse." ~~:':."&~ - o - ator, spring loved husband and father.--Mrs, service at the Free Methodist • poultry and misc. items, 10 a.| ~' ~ .neretoru [ lnd ow. In fine Ann Erdahl, Donna and George. i church, to tell and show pictures m.; dairy cows, beef, young| ~~, ~ [ Mr. AI Bucklin spent a day re-George Andersons. of the work there. Everyone is ~_h°n -~512" stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon./ ~~' IN P~ORATE /]cently vi~ting his niece, Mrs. Mr. Andrew Hartl is suffering invited to attend. No. 23805 ] Welding a n d FARMERS AUCTION SALE,| ~JYa~r Milking maynamfia~er. .... i much of late with a rheumatic .... -o----------- NOTICE TO CREDITORS I SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON,/ ~ .... [ Mrs. Jonn ~raatey went ro t~V-lcondition" ~ ORDINANCE NO. 311 ~r Davison, Oso. Owner, Auctioneer. , | ~ ~nortnorn In the Superior Court of the State Of/erett last week for medical at-I ~ AN ORDINANCE declaring the exists. a~ / v Washington, for the County of sn°'ltention/ following a relapse of ~23788 once of a public emergency, provldln~ FOR SALE~Heifers, 8 to 14 roDS.,/ Arlington 2141 hom~h In the Matter of the Estate oli her illness• I NOTICE TO CREDITORS fOrln thethe emergenCYGarbage Department,expenditureand°f fundSpr~_ lizer Spreader. It Guernseys and Holsteins. Earl/~___._-_ C~ARI_~S B. DONAHUE, Deceased. I LegGy Merritt and Jack Black-I In the Superior Court of the State of riding for the issuance of emergency lize your pastures Stewart, Victoria Heights, R. 4, ~ ~ , • • Notice is hereby given that the un-I ~r ~,~¢* ~*,,-,~o~, ~ .... ~.,. ~ .... ~ Washington in and for the County ol warrants in payment therefor. demlgned has been appointed and has -- -~*~ ~,*~-*~-,J *~ t,L~ z'xiillv,| ,qnohom|~h ' ,s. Arlington, Box 133. Phone eecrrzcae qualified as executrix of the estate o! Up to now Its"' not known vcherelIn"-the Matter of the Estate of HETTIE BE it known that Whereas because of the extension of the garbage ~ervlc~ ER & SON 246J4. SERVICE - CONTRACTING Charles B. Donahue, Deceased; that all they were sent• L STEER, Deceased. of the Town of Arlir~gton, which ~a~ persons having claims against said de- ~.J,~..:~o ,~.~,~.,.~,~A .~. ,~..~ D.~..~. Notice is hereby given that the un- not foreseen nor provided for In the me 2051 ~ Commercial & Residential Wir- ceased are hereby required to serve the .~ . o ~ n ~,,. ............. FOR SALE---13 head heifers, 1st; ing Yi~hting Fixtures A-- .. ...... ~ t~,~u, ¢~t tJ.,c ~**~.~- dersl,~ned h~' bee .... ~,.+.~ o,.n ~.o~ budget for 1953, it will require more )~A|W~ and second calves, fresh and pl~'a~ce Repai~ and Servi~e..-P" same duly verified, on said executrix or .rd home Saturday night, helped quanfled to a~t as Executor of the Ks- money than now provided for tn said her attorney of record at the addre~ Mrs. Prichard to celebrate hertale of Hettie i5. Steer, deceased, and budget, now, therefore: ,oa coming fresh• John P Craw LEO G below stated and f.e the same withall having claims against IT ORDAINE ....... the Clerk of said Court, together with ~.~,uaj. ........ decea:,ed or her estate are hereby re- COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF ARLING- ford, Darrmgton. 'Phone 2042 406 So. French proof of such service within sixmonths lVll', anti Mrs. l~ussell t~nynam qulred to serve the same in the form TON: al tTuck for sale-- FOR SALE--Three young bred ~ after the date of first publication oI visited Russell's mother at Sedro- ~qulred by law on the undersigned or Sec, 1. That a public emerge-c7 is this notice, or the same will be barred ~xr ;;,~., ~,~.~ ........ ~..~. ~...~ ls attorneys of record at the addre.~s declared to e~lst because of the exten- be seen at J.E. Jersey heifers; also six and R 2 E Stanwood ~¢~ash Date of first publication May 7, 1953, ,,OO~.~.[ ~..**uay ~v=~n,~. ~ ,~below stated, and file the same with stcn of the "garbage collection rou~ R. 1; Phone 241J3. eight months Jersey heifers. " ' -" Insurance' " co~A DONAHUE, Executrix of said critically 111 at the home of a the Clerk of the above-entltlcd court maintained ~y the Town, ma~tng It :ag wood circu- Ralph Millward, 3 miles north Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw cathie'Arlington,Address'Wash. 337 Olympic Avenue, daughter.a,.......... sixt°gethermonthsWithafterPr°°fthe OfdateServiCe,of firstwithinpub- necessarYwagss in tOthePrOvidegarbagemOre°hey for ..... ROBERT C. BIBB~ Attorney for ~s- ~. swi'. and ~v~rs: ~,u ~loerg o.z llcatlon of this notice, to wit: within That it will require the expenditure Kenneth Espe, road.Dr McMurray, on Big Lake Fire and Automobile tale, 337 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, t'reston and tnelr son ~rnest and six months after the 30th day of April, of $240,00 additional for the year 1953. band ma- Guernsey Cow for sale. Will be saw shingle bands fresh in June. W B. Bruhn, R. or 3 men can operate• 4 (6 miles, E. of Bryant)• Phone ble. 1914 Hoyt 253J2. Wash. -- ---- ~, Guernsey heifer for sale, coming fresh last of May. Mrs. BessieI Ph. McDonald, R. 4, Box 233, on] Sunde road. Phone Peoples 2111 EXCHANGE NOW OPEN We Repair --Washing Machines ~Vacuum Cleaners --Oil Slxrves and Furnaces OLYMPIC & DIVISION Phone 1302 $10• O. A. 2, on Arlington alder or kiln dried shavings. ster piano in good Tveit. Phone for new work or c e d a r sidewall colors $3.75 per 5BR. CO. - Phone 481 fir, millwood for Phone or to Red, c/o Union Prompt deliv- load 15-inch mill 322W2. , David Bradley tractor, with made for cultiva- C. R. Rose, 1 mile of Wigwam res- O. Lakewood. ~ber Sawing -- We mill to your farm logs to order• Rt. 4. Box 686, Good Chester White weaner pigs priced right. 3 mo. old heifer calf. John Peake, 3 miles west of Smokey Point. F-0-R SALE---Jersey cow, freshen- ed May 15th calf. C. L. Spen- cer, R. 2 (Arlington Heights) Phone 237W5. Custom plowing, disking, ma- nure loading and hauling; trench silo digging. Homer Da- vison, Oso. Phone 47W1. Sell your Livestock to Floyd Headley, cash buyer, R. 5, Ar- lington. Ph. 273J3 evenings. HIDES WANTED. M. Jansha Tan- nery, Marysville. WANTED DEAD STOCK Prompt, Courteous Service Call collect, Everett Bayview 9549 Puget Sound Byproducts, Inc. Box 651, Everett, Wash. CUSTOM PLOWING, disking, manure loading and hauling; trench silo digging. Homer Davison, Oso. Phone 47Wl. LIVESTOCK Send your livestock to Seattle oct or rough ply- on Mondays. 5/16, %, ½ and Get the market price. Call col- up at mill. Arling-! lect Marysville 3125. & Plywood Co. [ CLAUD DUTTON Pumice Buildin~g] R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh ", 8" . Pumice" C h un-I" ~----------'~---------------------------- Phone 1314. Ar-I WANTF.n . te Products. [ ........ ~L~-S~IHigh~st Prices paid for Cascara $6.24 per gal ...... Bark Green or dry C F Udell, CO. - Phone 481 Bryant, Wash. Phone 258J5. We----iTqi Uc Turkey Fan:n,[ rigation. A. W. Johnson, R. 1, - ~ Box 105, Marysville. Ph. 5168. WANTED--Truck and tractor re pairing--all makes, all mod- els. International . Harvestex dealer. U HARDWARE EARL WEBER PONTIAC 411 WANTED --=-. Berry pickers. Sign boil, bake and fry. up now. Call Kenneth Espe, for 'Netted Phone 189J5. Gem" or buy WANTED---2 boys l~etween the Gem Farms. ages of 12-15. for afternoon pa- per route. Write C o n r a d Glantz, 600 Queen Anne Ave., Seattle 9, Wash. 2-bedroom house, Farm boy. age 161 wants farm officers home work for the summer and Airport, $50.00 room and board. RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils accepted• Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5. Arlington; Phone 273J3 ARTIFICIAl, BREEDING Breed artificially to production proven sires only. Breeding feei $6.00. No membership fees• Golden Charm Proven Sire Ser- vice. Phone Arlington 3281 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 LAWNMOWERS sharpened, hand saw filing. Phone 344. H. Senff, corner Second and Le- Gore, Arlington. Hotpoint APPLIANCES Complete Residential and Com- me--ial Wiring, Contracting, Motor and Appliance Repair. BRACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone 1562. ;e a y for service, guaranteed breed- ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low prices. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington l~i u r p ~k-~nn g~eu s-~-m 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. Photo 1314. Arlington C o n c r et Products. WANTED---Better Milking. Mar. low milker saves the udder. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington. Authorized sales and service. Phone 54. FOR THE HOME FOR SALE Used ice box, dheap. Looks just like refrigerator. Good condition. Call 95W5. Classilleo AOs horni~ I weight... DEPENDABLE PERFORMANCE 'cmt a... See it in action . . . fo: £ree dem- f Elade or Bow Saw) low prices. T. O ON east of Arlington Road 301Wl For Plowing, Disking, Leveling, SCREEN DOORS---All sizes, gal. - ---- Hay~ Cutting, call Marysville vanized bronze and lumite 5249. Stephen Hei'z, at Lake Goodwin. AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE--'41 Ford 1% ton! truck, 4-yd. dump bed, and hoist, new motor and in all around good condition. Te~ms --cash or trade. Call Arlington 246J1. FOR SALE--Set of 5 new tires, removed from new car. Owner replaced them with Firestone puncture proof tubeless tires; size 6.70x15, $77.20 for the set. Phone 381. screen. Massar Lumber Co. Ph. 481. In our Used Furniture Dept. we now have good buys--5-piece wood dinette set, 1 china clos- el, ~ressers, sewing machine, wash. machine, tables, chairs and bed--at WALLITNER FURNITURE CO. 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. FRONT SYSTEM, overhaul, line- Plans an blueprints available up, and setting; wheel balanc, on man- hom,~s ~,, B~-o~,m • ing, all makes. Weber Pontiac,, Lakewo~od ................. ] Arlington. [ ............ [ FA - .I I:).,-,.-,1 1 o+n+ / Available now. New Buieks! JL OU U ; I and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac.l Phone 1501. 8-room house on West Avenue for 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. CLOTHING FAMOUS GENTRY SUITS Tailored to your measurements by master tailors. Featuring many imported woolens, $55 and $65, at Penney's in Arling- ton. FOR SALE---Poll Parrot and Star Brand Shoes for all the fam- ily. Reasonably priced. Expert shoe repairing. Arlington Shoe Shop. sale or rent. Inquire at Union Oil Station, 4 miles out on Dar- rington road. Farm for Sale, reasonably priced. Claude Damaske, R. 5; Phone 309J4. In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for Hat Bloekin~ and Cleaning LOST--Blond Cocker Spaniel puppy. 8 months old." Lost Mon- day afternoon. Answers to the name Sandy. Reward offered. Call 1744 or notify Richard Carlson, 504 First Street, Ar- lington. O W~sh. ' 0 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 hours of 1 o'clock p.m. and 8 o'clock p.m. on the 26th day of May, 1953, for the purpose of sub- mitting to the electors of said school district, Co.their approval or rejection, the proposition hereinafter stated. The i election wlll be by ballot. Those in fa- vor of any proposition submitted at this election will vote "YES" on such prop-: osltion; those opposed will vote "NO." The votlng places for the aforesaid election will be as follows: 1. Town Hall, Arlington 2. Sllvana School, Silvana 3. Oso School, O~o, P~OPOSITION Shall the Arlington School District No. 16, Snohomlsh County, Washington, authorize the County Colnmissloners of the said County to levy an additional tax, without regard to any tax llmlt~- tlons provided by statutory of consti- tutional law, on all t~xable property within the said school district sufn- clent to raise $11,113 or approximately 3 mills and the proceeds thereof may be used lrmnedlately through incurring indebtedness against the district by ,the issuance of warrants against the general fund of the dlstrlct for the pur- pose of paying the operating cost of kindergarten in said ~Istrlct. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DI- RECTORS of Arlington School District No. 16, Snohomish County, Washington. Signed, BERTHA MORRIS, Clerk School District No. 16, Arlington, Snohomlsh County, Washington. May 5th, 1953. Date of 1st pub., May 7, 1953. Date of last pub., May 14. 1953. ON WASHINGTON his family visited on Sunday with the Nels Nordstrom and J. W. Sandstrom families. Dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Evert Ostrom on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nord- strom and Barrie Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. John Sandstrom and Larry, and Dorothy Pumphrey, a~d Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wickstrom. Clarence George accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Gladys Giebel of Trafton, went to Leav- enworth Monday to attend the funeral of the former's aunt. Go to Wenatchee Among those from here enjoy- ing the apple blossom festival at Wenatchee were Doris Mar- shall, Susie Prichard, Marlene Nyblod Lewis, Mrs. Nels Nord- strom, Barry Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mathis and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Orton and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Payton Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Rush B~adley and family, Walter Tungate, and Mr.~ and Mrs. Jerry McGrew. They reported a good parade. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Peterson and family spent Mother's Day with Mrs. Peterson's mother, Mrs. Floyd Weston. Miss Mary Lee Muller is very ill and was taken by ambulance to Everett General Hospital Sun- day, suffering from an ear and throat infection plus other com- plications. It is hoped that her recovery will be speedy. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Pearson and children spent Mother's Day with Gust's mother, Mrs. Freda Hagglund at Stanwood. Mr. Arie Van Ry left by train Monday for Oakland and from there to San Jose, Calif., to visit friends. This is his first trip in 40 years. A Mother's Day Tea was held in the school house on Friday 1953, and all claims not so served and Sec. 2. That said emergency expendi- filed withl ld tim lll e arred ture shall be paid from any funds in LEO G. ~4~ER, ~xe~rb b ' the Garbage Department of the TOWn J. P. MATHEWS and "JOSEPH p. of Arlington. MATHEWS, Jr., Attorneys for Executor, . ~ec. 3. That said emcrgency expendi- 315 Olvmnlc Avenue Arlington Wash- ~ure is necessary xor the protectAon of in.ton ..... :he health of tea!dents of the Tow,~ ~te" of first publication 'April 30 oI Arlington and this ordinance shgAl 1953. ' ' take effect immediately upon its pus- Date of last publication, May 14 1953. sage approval and publication. _ n , ' Fussed Dy the TOWn ~ouncn &n(l a~- " ~prov~l by the Mayor the llth day of I will not be responsible for May, 1953. ROBERT MURPHY, Mayor. any bills other than my own.-- Attest: Oscar I. Larson, R. 5, Arlington. w.L. ~OORMAN, Town Clerk. Everett-Arlington Stages Take the Stage Service Safety Courtesy WEEK DAY SCHEDULE Lv. ARLINGTON Lv. EVERETT: 6:45 a.m. 3:45 p.m. 7:45 a.m. a 2:50 p.m. , 4:35 p.m. 8:OO a.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:50 a.m. 5:45 p.m. B 9:40 a.m. 5:40 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 6:45 p.m. 11:20 a.m. 12:20 p.m. I:10 p.m. 2:00 p.m. SUNDAY SCHEDULE Lv. ARLINGTON: Lv. EVERETT: 8:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m. 11:00 aJn. 6:o0 p.m. 11:45 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 10:10 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 4:35 p.m. EVERETT-ARLINGTON-DARRINGTON SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND----------- LV. Dar.: Lv. Arl. /k~. Ever't Lv. Ever't Lv. Arl., Arr. Dar.: zl0:0ea.m, zll:20a.m, zl2:00noo~ z 7:45a.m. z 8:45a.m. z 9:~a.m. z--Daily except Sundays and Holidays a--To Marysvllle and Normtown daily. On Monday, Wednesd~ty and la'ri- day from Everet~ via Sunnyslde. B--Via Sunyside Monday, Wednesday and Friday. EXPRESS SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICIg SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 15, 1952 II e@e l e i This year--for the 12th straight production year --truck 1)sers are buying more Chevrolet trucks than any other make.That couldn't be true unless Chevrolet trucks offered more of what you want. Already, 1953's official sales figures tell a remarkable story of clear-cut and decisive preference for Chev- rolet trucks. But, this is not surprising, for truck users everywhere are discovering how far ahead of' all others Chevrolet trucks really are. A public service program to promote safer driving. They are discovering things like the tremendous new power" in advanced Load- master engines in heavy-duty models . . . the remarkable gasoline economy . . . the extra ruggedness and strengtti of heavier, more rigid frame construction. And, in addition to all these advantages, the Chevrolet line lists for less than any other trucks of comparable size and capacity. So, before you buy any truck, stop in and see us. PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH. II