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u Paulin 75. of Arling- lington. 1905 in Star, Arlington area in lit, tuber of Evergreen Robert E. Paulin of J. Paulin of Jeannie Gabert of and will be Thursday in Our Saviour's under the Home, will L. Jones Seattle, died May born Oct. 30, 1904 in and had resided in Stella, at home; her of Mount- of Tacoma of Seattle; a son. four brothers, both of Wolf of Great Falls and one; a sister, Olwn 11 grandchildren held Tuesday in in Washelli were under Funeral Home. may be made to the of Washing- I. .BUYING. SILVER ,GOLD -JEWELRY ,FLATWARE oCOINS ,STAMPS OENTAL GOLD BOLD POSTCARDS (What Else Do You Hove?) ODYSSEY Now 2 Everett Stores 1703 HEWITT and THE EVERETT MALL DAILY 252-4061 QUOTES 347-5345 Bannister Ba.nnister, 94, of 1981 in Marys- Nov. 28. 1886 and came to Granite was a territory. since 1902. She ree of Honor, uamish Val- and the Ladies es Lodge and the lnez Ketchum of Jean Simchen Tom Tacoma and Terry and two great nnie and Amanda in death by her and a daughter held Monday in The Rev. Oliver t was in Dave Helm. Joe Simchen. Terry Amy. Carol May Lierly Carol May Lierly, 38, of Arlington, died May 28, 1981 in a Seattle hospital. Mrs. Lierly was born April 26, 1943 in Mount Vernon and attended the Arlington schools. She was an inhalation therapist at Olympic Memorial Hospital, Port An- geles. She was a member of the National Board for Respiratory Therapy. She leaves a son, Jim Lierly Jr. of Sedro Woolley; her mother, LEna Nurmi of Arlington and a sister, Betty Nelson of Arlington. Funeral services were held Monday in Weller Funeral Home. Interment was in Freeborn Cemetery. Alice E. Oldham Alice E. Oldham, 80, of Arlington, died May 24 in her home. Mrs. Oldham was born Sept. 21, 1900 in Port Gamble and had resided in Arlington for 20 years. She leaves two sons, Gale Fair of Maple Valley and Alan Fair of Huntington Beach, Calif.; a daughter, Corice Parker of San Diego. Calif.; a brother, Louis Marbourg of San Diego; a sister, Dorothy Whiteside of Vashon Island; four grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Memorial services will be Wednesday at I I a.m. in the chapel of the Weller Funeral Home. inurnment will be in Arlington Cemetery. Jennie Eitzenberger Jennie Eitzenberger. 79. of Arlington. died May 29. 1981 in Arlington. Mrs. Eitzenberger was born June 26, 1901 in Bryant and had resided all of her life in the Arlington-Silvana area. She was a member of the Free Methodist Church of Arlington. She leaves a daughter, Maxine Edgmon at home; three grandchildren, Mrs. Mark (Nancy) Luster of Bellingham. Wanda Edgmon. at home; Mrs. Gary (Sharon) Ogden of Lakewood; her close cousins, Martha Olson of Everett, Mrs. Clara Schenberg of Seattle, Mrs. Thelma Dahlen of Chula Vista. Calif, Richard Maurstad of Clarkston, Orville Maurstad of Arlington. Hellen Henning of Bellevue Band others cousins. Funeral services were Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Waller Funeral Home. The Rev. Ezra Seymour officiated. Interment was in the family plot in Arlington Cemetery. Kenneth Theodore Stave Kenneth Theodore Stave, 20. died Thursday, May 28, in an automobile accident on the German Autobahn. He was in Denmark participating in an international studies program and was beginning a tour of the European continent with three other students in the car, who were injured. Stave graduated from Everett High School in 1979 and things were going well for hint; he had been studying and traveling and visited some of the family in Norway. Ken Stave was born in Everett Feb. 12, 1960. He was senior class president and was active in track and cross country. He attended Washington State University where he was a member of Lamba Chi Alpha Fraternity. He had been in Denmark since January, studying international relations out of Copenhagen and living with a Danish family. He planned to be in Norway again on June 13, then return home. The American Consu- late in Germany notified Ken's family by telegram. He is the son of LarDy and Barbara Stave of Everett; other survivors are two sisters, Share Thaut of Everett and Gall Lowery of Lake Stevens; a brother, Larry of Everett; his grandparents, Leroy B. and Nina Stave of Everett, formerly of Silvana; two nieces and several aunts and uncles. A memorial service was held Saturday afternoon in Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Everett. Memorials may be made to Everett High School Scholarship Fund, Our Saviors Lutheran Church or other charities. Judy L. Sanders Judy L. Sanders, 30, of Everett, died May 31, 1981 in a Seattle hospital. She was born Dec. 29, 1950 in Grand Forks. N.D. and had resided in Snohomish County for eight years. She was a member of the Sisco Heights Community Church. She leaves her husband, Tom, at home; two daughters, Jennifer and Heather, both at home; a son, Jason. at home; her ** it's Driveway t Repair T/me! i ! PIT RUN....: ........ $ DELIVERED tt CRUSHED cm cA ; ROCK, any size .... yd.'e6"l~ @ # DELIVERED ; ) ; '~,D_EUVERED- 12 yd. rninimurn~ 0 0 , WISE'S TRUCKING ,* ! 691.70s9 ' ~41'~ 4P4P41,41.41, 41. O ~4P4t~ 4P4P ,e, 41, ~Q IIIIII KEEHN CHIROPRACTIC CENTER 11 DANGER SIGNALS oNERVE TENSION oRESTLESS NIGHTS oDEPRESSION eNUMBNESS IN ARMS & HANDS oHEADACHES ePAINFUL JOINTS oSTIFFNESS OF NECK ePAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS oANXIETY IN THE CHEST *TIRED HIPS & LEGS eSTIFFNESS OR PAIN IN LOWER BACK If you or a member of your family hove been saffering from any of these DANGER SIGNALS, chiropractic may well be the answer to your health problem. CHIROPRACTIC CARE IS NOW COVERED BY WORKMANS COMPENSATION, MEDICARE, AUTO INSURANCES & MOST PRIVATE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 9432 OLD~llWAY 9"MARYSVILLEe659-841 ! FIIIENnLY SERVICE The Arlington TIMES . Wed., June 3, 1981 - 5 mother, Violet Orcott of Everett and her father, James Orcott of Colfax; a sister, Nina Wages of Snohomish; a brother, Robert Orcott of Redmond and her grandfather lngvald Anderson of Walhai- la, N.D. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Pilchuck Valley Chapel. The Rev. Darcy Heisly will officiate. Interment will be in Arlington Cemetery. 3 DAY SPECIALS Thursday thru Saturday, June 4 - 6 Chocolate Chip 100% Whole Wheat ooets 8e=AO. ooz s119 loaf 79c . We will be closed June 14 thru June 22 Kadrk VIENNA BAKERY "The bakery with thai home-baked goodness 324 N, Olympic -- Arlington, Wash. -- 435-2866 GUE WHAT? it soon will be berry picking time again at ERICKSON'S BERRY FARM in ME. Vernon PICKERS WANTED oTRANSPORTATION FURNISHED =Adult Supervision eBus routes and pick-up times to be advertised later. Applicants must be 12 or over. Large acreage of cucumbers following strawberries. TED ERICKSON BERRY FARM EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER CALL 466.3772 Michael J. Quinn Accountant 435-3176 A APPLIANCE 435-5595 SALES--SERVICE- PARTS We Specialize In Servicing All Makes 427 N. Olympic rside Nursery/ Arlington FMral Flowers for every occasion ... Corner of 5th and Olympic (Next to Arlington Feed & Farm) 43s..~ z t'r White Horse Insurance Agency ALL LINES OF INSURANCE Arlinqlon Seattle 435-5775 624-6386 P. O. Box 280 113 West Division Arlington, WA 98223 YOU 51A% DALLY ON YOUR ACCOUNT Member FDIC Bank of Stanwood Oowntown Stanwood, 629-2141 Smokey Point. Lakewood e659-8525 or 652-7555 MANAGERS SINCE 1904 CALDWELL & HAUGLAND DIV!SIONOFR L_ HAUGLANDCO 300 N. Olympic - Arlington JANES BUILDERS Custom Built 425 N. Olympic- Arlington BARNS 435-4904 c.c... Medical Center IT OUT! 43S-5565 Sheds 326 s Stillaguamish Arlington and other * WOOD STOVES COMPLETE Buildings 435-2810 INSURANCE SERVICE * PRE-FAB CHIMNEYS sp=,all,l.g In prescription General Building Contractor service & allied drugs. RETAIL BUSINESS '~ L,FE * ACCESSORIES FREE delivery in City HOME OWNERS ~ BONDS Remodeling-Foundations AUTOMOBILE ' MARINE ~OGG,NG 435-4406 WATKINS PRODUCTS Open weekdays 9 a.m.-5:30 p.ml Saturdays 9 a.rn. - 2:30 p.m. CADY DRUG IBU by Advanced s29 '"'"' 0 ".-,-, 1 J .R.=..h~ ~.,. 2 gedmt Seats with klNIter, p~, II~war, 4 let|, end redwood skhling. E, IMPROVEMENT OFESSIONALS Prices e . Quality Workmanship GARAGES STEEL BUILDINGS BATHROOMS SIDING ROOFING SWIMMING POOLS SAUNAS PERMITS, AND PROFESSIONAL ADVICE a S YEAR WRITTEN WARRANTY Hills-Peterson Appliance Center Maytag - Speed Queen Hotpoint Amana - Kitchen Aid Sylvania TVs Parts/Service 1912 Hewitt EVERETT, WASH. 98201 259-2126 CONCRE~TE NOR'WEST, INC. 23315 Dike Rd., Arlington 435-5511 READY-MIXCONcRETE SAND AND GRAVEL CRUSHED ROCK CONCRETE CULvERT SEWER & DRAINPIPE STANWOOD REDI-MIX Silvana, Washington 652-7777 or 652-7886 READY-MIX CONCRETE SAND WASHED ROCK - PIT RUN Arlington pha,macy We Feature Competitive Hometown Prices 435-5771 54() West Ave. Stillaguamish Square ou. Specialty Roofing _ . New or Re-roof Composition - Shakes Remodeling All Types 435-35S5 JAMES EOFF Community Post Office ~--,- ~L##,ez: } Groceries Hardware Dry Goods Cold Beer/Wine 7:00, ~:00 p.m. everyday 0S0 GENERAL STORE SMOKEY POINT CONCRETE INC. 19115 Old Hwy. 99- Arlington * Ready Mix Concrete * Crushed Rock* Pit-run Gravel * Washed Sand & Gravel U,Pick Up or We Deliver -Free Estimates OKL 652-9747 - 435-4109 Since 1948 TEAGUE'S RADIO & TV Sales & Service 435-3022 Radios - Phonos - Stereos Tape Players BtW & Color TV's Antennas - Recorgs Tapes - Accessories ZENITH & RCA Large Tube Stock Free Tube Checking OPEN 6 DAYS, A WEEK..