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WHAT? berry picking time again at FARM in Mt. Vernon. WANTED FURNISHED ) times to be advertised must be 12 or over. of cucumbers following straw- ERICKSON FARM EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CALL 466-3772 non - WOman. month. seere. re- Curtis, of- cash to exper. L Pres., Box taken only. Steak You? Welcome Wagon Immediate opening for ener- getic self-starter with car. Meet people, have fun while you earn. Phone 776-7971 after 5 p.m.E.O.E. COPY MACHINE at The At. llngton Times office. We can copy your legal papers, love letters or favorite rec- ipes but NO photographs. REAL ESTATE ARLINGTON BEST, BUY! $3,700 DOWN, s520 A MONTH Buys this three bedroom charmer on I/4 acre, close to everything! re any the close 2 bedrm 430 WEST AVE -- AILMGTOII OSO Beautiful 1 acre setting with 24x52 double wide mobile. Large yard, fruit trees and garden. 25x30 metal shop building. Only $63,750. LAKEWOOD Elegant brick and cedar executive home on 1/2 acre fenced with tall evergreens. Home features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, brick wall fire- place and double garage. $120,000 on owner contract. VICTORIA HEIGHTS Beautifully remodeled 2 story farm house on 20 acres with mountain view. Home has 3 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms and woodstove in living room. 2 barns and other out- buildings. 20 adjoining acres also available. $199,500. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Build your new home or bring your mobile to this 5 acres of evergreens. A very secluded area. Power on road. Only $27,500. DUPLEXES 2 Duplexes in town with mountain view. Separate laundry and parking for each unit. Nicely landscaped. Close to shopping, banks and post office. All 4 units $189,950. Will consider trades. SO Luxurious 3 bedroom ram- bler with 2 bathrooms, family room and fireplace. On 5 acres with large private peaceful pond. Fruit trees, garden and mountain view, Walk to Stillaguamish River. I IdlJoREALTY, INC. I REAtrOg I 435-5600- 743-9092 I Eves.: 435-2300. 435-3087 [435-4802, 435-3196, 652-7889 REAL ESTATE THREE bedrooms, 1 baths, quiet, dead-end street, $62,500. 25% down, terms. 1-638-2730. 10 ACRES WITH CREEK s38,000 Three minutes from freeway, this prime level parcel won't last long! WEST AVt - AMJNGTON OPEN CONDOMINIUMS Sun. 1-4 If convenient living in a quie area appeals to you, stop and see the special features el these homes. Two and three bedrooms, single or 11/2 baths, lovely maintained grounds with off-streat parking. Prices from $47,500. Directions: Go east on 5th Street, from Arlington main street, four blocks. 1344 State Ave. Marysvflle Open 9 to 8 PUBLISHER'S NOTICE: All real estate advertiser in this newspaper is subject to the Fed- eral Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes It illegal to adver- tise "any preference, llmlt~t!OL, or discrimination based on race. color, religion, sex, or national origin, or art intention to make any such preference, limitation. or discrimination." This newspaper will not know- ingly accept any advertising for real estate which Is Irt viola- tlon of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings ad- vertised In this newspaper are available on an equal opportun- ity basis. / $48,000 TWO bedroom house, basement, close to schools. Owner will carry contract. Evenings, 435-4862. ASSUME 10%%, three bed- room split, I -% baths, two fire- places, two car garage, beauti- ful acre. Meadow Ridge, $81,500. Owner. 435-9273. 18 ACRES, s85,000! Perfect mix of trees, pasture, and ponds. Close to freeway. Dividable too! 4i0 WlST AVE -- AIUNGTON LAKE KETCHUM, cleared treed, 1/2 acre building or mobile lot, beach access. Water, power and septic, $18.500. Terms, discount for cash. 435-9546, 629-2493. 1 ACRE PARCEL on creek. Secluded with evergreens. Clear area for home. S19,950 on contract. $2,500 dn. Call Dave at Maranatha Realty, 435-5600 or 435-4802. SERVICES Dan's Tilling Service Garden & lawn rototilling Light driveway grading & back filling Free Estimates Call Dan 652-7862 ROTOVATING PLOWING Gardens - Lawns - Acreage Evenings & early mornings Jerry Flrnstshl 435-5212 If no answer, 435-3459 2 BEDROOM HOUSE IN ARLINGTON. Freshly decorated inside & out. Dishwasher, range & refrigerator incl. Detached garage w/workshop. 107o assumable mtg. $64,500. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE. Excellent first home or rental. Good location. Easy contract terms. $42,500. 3 BEDROOM in good family neighborhood in Granite Falls. " Assumption or real estate contract. $54,500. 3 BEDROOM ON 10 ACRES. Metal barn, creek & small pond. 127o R.E. Contract. $87,500. Q 2 BEDROOM on 2 plus acres. 1 acre wooded. Good out- buildings. 127o 'R.E. Contract. $55,000. SMALL CABIN ON 10 ACRES. Fabulous view of Whitehorse Mtn. Spring well. R.E. Contract. Only $39,500. DARRINGTON. 4 BEDROOM CHALET style house w/work- shop & outbuildings. Excellent business location. $42,500 or offer. 05 ACRES with beautiful lake view. Only $32,000. Many More fine Properties. CaI or Come in. FARM & HOME REALTY, Inc. 331 No Olympic, Arrmgton f 435-5561 SERVICES LANDSCAPING -- DESIGN & CONSIRUCTION Driveway Grading & Gravel Rototilling - Top Soil - Bark Mulching Large Trees & Shrubs FAR PASTURES NURSERY/435-4300 REMODELING -- Add it ions -- Roofing -- Painting -- Garages --Patios & Decks --Gutters --New Homes Built Jackup houses/new foundation By hour dr by bid Licensed - Bonded - insured JORGENSON CARPENTRY 435-4925 TUNGATE TREE TOPPING "Affordable, Professional Tree Service" Free Estimates MIKE TUNGATE 435-2302 #TU-NG-AT-T198D6 PRUNING, yard work,, lawn care and rototilling. 435-2445 MAGIC MILL & BOSCH MIXER * Bulk Grain Magic Mill & Mixer West Larry Godsey 435-4258 'BASIC GARDENING' land- scape maintenance. Land- scape and garden design. Consulting. Commerical and residential. Valerie Templin, 435-9204. LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK Foundations, backfilling, driveways, etc. D.C. bulldozing. Dennis Chrlsfofferson 652-7656 Jerry's Bulldozing BACK FILL, CLEARING GENERAL EXCAVATING JERRY HAGENSTON ARLINGTON 43~-5116 Corky's Boot & Shoe Repair Orthopedics-Cowboy boots & Loggers boots a Specialty Fast guaranteed service 312 N. Olympic 435-4211 Open Mon. thru Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. HANSON'S BACKHOE SERVICE Sewer System Installation $30 per hour 29 - 194th NE Arlington Res.: 652-6364 BAKE'S Stump Eater Service. Fast stump removal, free estimates. Prefer calls after b p.m., 435-2943. REMODELING. all remodel- ing sheetrock taping, texturiz- ins, painting, concrete patios, foundations, etc. 653-2843. Jeff's Backhoe Service JEFF SMITH 43 -9702 BILL and SANDY's chimney sweep. Brushed, vacuumed and empty clean Outs. Free phone estimates. 659-4313. SAVINGS TO 50%- Have your hydraulic .jacks rebuilt at Robbs's Tire Service, Arling- ton. Wash. 435-2223, l,l I'I'LE RICHARD'S BACKHOE - BULLDOZING Clearing foundations, se~. "tid tank~, side sexvers, rOCK- orie~. I,icensed k Bonded 691-6408 SILVER DOLLAR Septic Tank Pumping Call Collect 436-1535 A&M Plumbing & Repair Service New construction, remodel and repair service. ArtLivingston 435-2888 PROFESSIONAL house paint- ing. Rollers, brushing, air- spraying or airless. Commer- cial , Residential, Interior/ exterior. Free estimates. Ph. 435-5076. WASH 'n WAX trailers, $45. 435-3964 between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Bugs & Branches Horticulture Service Complete professional land. scape services. Annual spray service for insects, diseases & weeds. Seasonal maintenance with clean-up, pruning and weed control to keep your yard looking its best. Also, introduc- ing our new automatic fertilizer program for lawn and plants. Reasonable Rates - Insured, Free Estimates 652-9151 RON'S HANDY MAN Service, home repairs, basement fin- ishing, patios, fences. Ph. 659-9307. CUSTOM LOGGING CAT WORK ROAD-BUILDING, BACKHOE, SEPTIC TANKS 652-8900, 659-.~r~ Poeschel & Schultz, Inc. (between Smokey Pt. & Island Crossing) PO ES Ci202OS KEN'S Sewing Machine Repair I'll keep you in sUtchmh Calls taken at A~linglon Fabric .... 435-4949 Lyle's DRAGLINE Old ponds cleaned New ponds dug Ditching & Excavating Reasonable Crawler & tire mounted 435.5391 WILLIAMSON ROOFING Specializing in re-roofing 8. steep roofs. Free estimates. 653-4457 A-I SEPTIC SERVICE Complete Septic Service Pumping Repair & Installation 435-3683 Lic. #223-0]-DA-lS-YB-24OLA TREE WORK, dangerous trees removed, trees topped, pruned and thinned. Concrete work; floors, sidewalks, steps, driveways, all finished. Free estimates. Call Steve 435-2407 RON'S Custom Rottilling, 659-3541 eves. and weekends. PORTABLE WeicUnll, eve- nings after 5 p,m. All day wt~kends. 435-9256. EBEY MT. TREE SERVICE Fruit tree & ornamental pruning Topping Removal Clean-up ARLINGTON GARDENING Corn plete landscape gardening service. Installation & maintenance tawn care & garden rototilling Fred Arnold 435-2445 Arlington, WA Insulated Glass Storm Windows Arlington Glass Co. free estimates 653-5544 AR-LI-NG.C205R9 ' NEED A BRIDAL SHOWER GIFT? Why not give a "Bridal Memories" book See them at. The Arlington TIMF_~ office. Cards of Thanks We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to all who so kindly assisted and for the words of sympathy and beauti- ful floral offerings extended to us at the death of our beloved father. -Janet Gearhart, Ed Dar- row, John Darrow and Jackie Disney. May we take this method of thanking our neighbors and friends for their kind "expres- sions of sympathy in our loss. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. -The family of Crete Gray The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. The family of lava Lilloren Jackson Plumbing Heating Your Goukl Water Pump'Dealer - -RL:#Ale, S -- C~~G--Rlm00ELI~G_ We ~1, Service and Install Bec~ Water Neaters 1530 Grove St , NWysv~te 659-! 002 JA-CO--O0 ~44I Public Notice No. 81 4 00367 8 Notice to Creditors Superior Court of Washington for Snohomish County. In the Matter of the Estate of Ernest E. Andrew, Deceased Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap- pointed and has qualified as personal representative of the above-entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said decedent are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said personal representative or Bailey, Dus- kin & Metealf, P.S., the at- torneys of record, at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same shall be barred, except as to claims coming within the provisions of RCW 11.40.011. Shelly S. Thomas Personal Representative 22525 -27th Avenue NE Arlington, WA 98223 Bailey, Duskin & Metealf. P.S. P.O. Box 188 Arlington, WA 98223 Date of first publication: May 27. 1981 Date of last publication: June 10, 1981. No. 81 4 00266 3 Notice to Creditors In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the county of Snohomish. In the matter of the Estate of Ethel C. Donnell, Deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of the estate of the above named deceased. Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the undersigned personal repre- sentative or on the attorney of record at the address stated below and must file an exe- cuted copy of the claim with the clerk of the court within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or within four months after the date of filing of a copy of this notice with the clerk of the court, whichever is the later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions included in RCW I 1.40.011. Joseph P. Mathews Jr. Personal Representative 315 North Olympic Ave. Arlington. WA 98223 Joseph P. Mathews Jr. Attorney for Estate 315 Olympic Avenue Arlington, WA 98223 Date of filing copy of notice to creditors: May 26, 1981 Date of first publication: May 27. 1981 Date of last publication: June I0, 1981 ........................................ Call for Bids on Sale of Timber City of Arlington. Washing. ton Selective Timber Sale #10, Cash sale. 1385 marked Douglas fir trees with estimated volume of 486M, that will make various log grades of export, domestic poles and piling. Cash sale with minimum bid of $119,800 to be paid in three installments. Prospectus, bid form and Timber Sale Contract may be reviewed at Arlington City Hall or write to Forest Mana- ger, Professional Forestry Service, P.O. Box 145, Olym- pia, Washington 98507 (Phone (206) 943-1470). Bids must be made on bid form furnished with prospec- tus by City of Arlington and Professional Forestry Service. Sealed bids to be submitted to City of Arlington, City Hall, Third and Olympic Avenue, Arlington. Washington 98223 not later than 4:00 P.M. June 9, 1981 and will be opened at 8:00 P.M. June 9, 1981 at City Hall at Arlington Airport Commission meeting. Bids must be accompanied with bid deposit in lieu of bid bond of 33 1/3% to total bid price (cash, certified check or bank draft), forfeitable to City of successful bidder fails to execute contract. City of Arlington reserves the right to reject all bids. Perminion to get on tracts: Contact Norris Lashbrook, Air- port Superintendent, between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. Monday through Friday, Ar- lington Airport Maintenance Office. Telephone (206) 435- 2234 Airport Office Building. Note: No one is allowed on units without permission and instruetlun due to flight safety L~fllleerns. Terry Davis Deputy Clerk Published: May 20, 27 and June 3, 1981. No. 81 4 00269 8 Nodee to Creditors RCW 11.40.010 Superior Court of Washington for Snohomish County. In the Matter of the Estate of Harold A. Ralnwator, Deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of the estate of the above-named deceased. Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the undersigned personal repre- sentative or on the attorneys of record at the address stated below and must file an exe- cuted copy of the claim with the clerk of the court within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or within four months after the date of the filing of a copy of this notice with the clerk of the court, whichever is the" later, or the claim will be barred, ex- cept under those provisions included in RCW ll.40.011. Date of filing copy of notice to creditors: May 13. 1981. Date of first publication: May 20. 1981. Alice A. Rainwater Personal Representative Jay Carey Attorney for Estate P.O. Box 356 Arlington, WA 98223 Dates of publication: May 20, 27, June 3, 1981. Notice of Public Hearing Public hearing for the pur- pose of passing the annual Six Year Street Program will be held by the Arlington City Council at its meeting Monday Night. June 15. 1981 at 8:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers. Second Floor. City Hall, Arlington, Washington. Copies of the plan are avail- able to any interested taxpayer at the City Clerk's Office. Kathy Bumgarner City Clerk Published: May 27 and June 3. 1981. The Arlington TIMES - Wed., June 3, 1981 - 7 ocal bulletin) Q. I am 63-years-old and have been getting widow's benefits for several years. 1 would like to get married again and the person's only income is a small social security check --but I'm afraid that my benefits will be reduced. Can you explain the rules to me? A. Since January 1979, a widow or widower who is age 60 or older has been able to remarry and continue to re- ceive full benefits. Q. ! am a 65-year-old immigrant, but all of my records, including my natura- lization papers, say that 1 am 60. I changed my age and name during the war when the Nazis occupied my country. Is there anything 1 can do to prove my real age so I can get social security. A. You should contact your social security office. There are special procedures to help survivors of the Holocaust establish their ages. A Reminder: You can file for social security or SSI benefits over the phone by calling the Everett office at 258-4611. Out of town residents may call collect. Shop The .TIMES Advert ( Silvana News ; by Irene Vognild 652-7319 I Homemakers meet The members of the Progressive Home- makers Club met at the home of Nina Stave in Everett May 8 Eleven women attended and enjoyed Stave's hospitality. The roll call was to "Tell about your favorite flower". Roses. glads, lilacs. pansies and sweet peas were mentioned. Sophia Haarsager gave the topic and read "Summer Gift" and "Thank Heaven for Friends" from the book. "God Bless Mv Friend". by Catherine Nelson Daves. Ruth Reese was awarded the hostess gift. Off to Norway Mrs. Ole Haarsager and Mrs. Bob Freestad entertained Mrs. Start Wicklund and Mrs. AI Freestad at lunch at the Everett Plaza prior to the honorees' trip to Norway. The women accompanied their hus- bands who joined the group traveling with the Pacific Coast Singers. The singers will appear in concert in Norway, before returning home. Celebration The Ed Raezer home at Silvana Terrace was filled with happiness Sunday when the children and grandchildren were home to help their Dad celebrate his birthday. All were present with the exception of Daphne, who resides in Alaska and Susie, in California. Work in Norway Becky Husby completed her sophomore year at Pacific Lutheran University and her second year of Norwegian language studies May 20. May 24 Becky flew to Norway where she will spend three weeks visiting with relatives and then begin work in Drammen southwest of Oslo. Becky will return home to resume her business administration studies in September. Surprise party Mrs. O.A. Maurstad entertained in honor of her granddaughter. Kristal Maurstad, prior to her trip to Norway, Saturday at their home on the King- Thompson Road. The party was arranged as a complete surprise for Kristai. The buffet table was decorated with tall orange colored candles and centered with a decorated chocolate cake, topped with a miniature airplane. The guests were kept busy with games arranged by Ricki Maurstad and each one received a prize. Hot dogs, fruit salad. cake, ice cream and punch were served to Pare Hedl and. Tara Isn, Sheri Braaten. Katherine Erwin, Jocelyn Pamerin. Dan- ielle Milliron, DiAnne Cabe, Jennifer Maurstad and the honoree, Kristal. Adults who attended were Ricki Maur- stad, Janice Cabe, Irene Vognild and the hostess, Olive Maurstad. Kristal received ,.any gifts as momemtos for her trip to Norway. She will visit with relatives of both her grandmother and grandfather, Oilie and Tut, and also enjoy the people and scenery in general. Baptism Bryan Paul Rod, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rod was baptized during morning worship Sunday. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lindahl. The baptismal gown worn by Bryan Paul was made by great grandmother, the late Helen Stubb Rod and is over 60 years old. The dress was first worn by Howard Rod, grandfather, then Bill, Nancy, Rod. Greg and Karen. Dinner was served at the Bill Rod home following the service. Guests were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lechelt of Whidbey Island, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rod, Mr. and Mrs. Lindal, Greg, Karen Rod and Mr. and Mrs. Rod and baby Bryan Paul. New members New members received into the Peace Lutheran congregation Sunday by transfer and confession of faith were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ohde, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Petersn, Kurt, Karl, Keli, Ken and Kyle; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Rosenberger; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith, Jason, Joshua and Jordan and David Wood, A coffee time was enjoyed in the fellowship hall following the service. Disneyland trip Mr. and Mrs. Martin Danner will accompany the members of the Arlington High School class who are flying to California to spend a week at Disneyland in celebration of their graduation. They will leave June 9 from Boeing Field, Seattle. ..... ii'L1