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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, SItINGTON, THU SDA, JUNE 4, 1953. PAGE SEVEN SYSTEM Livestock factory-engineered For Sale through your deal- FOR SALE--Second calf Guern- HARDWARE sey cow. Just freshened. Jake Arlington Costa, R. 4, Arlington. Home af- I-I : Welding a n d ter 6 p._ m~ ~iomer Davison. Oso. FOR SALE--2 Jersey heifers, will and Seed be fresh in a month. Also Pa- pex silage cutter. Elmer Elia- S SUMMER DAIRY son, R. 2; Phone 277W5. ;0 per 100 lbs. & SON - Phone 2051 FOR SALE--3 Guernsey heifers, 1 fresh, 2 to freshen soon; also P, all you want, n 4 heifers just bred. Myron [gs. $~3.80 per cwt. Stang, R. 4, Arlington, 1 mile west, half mile north of Bryant. & SON - Phone 2051 Wanted Large red roosters for roasting. ~e.M. Jansha Tan- 2ic lb. live weight. Delivered weekly. R. J. Ingram, Rt. 4, Ph. -~ 252W4. WANTED GAD STOCK FOR SALE -- Red stewing or Courteous Service roasting hens, 30c'lb. live wt. Everett Bayview9549 M. A. Hartley, R. 2; Phone Byproducts, Inc. 247J2. Wash. 2-YEAR-OLD Hereford bull, sure breeder, reasonably priced. SALE ' H.F. Klein. Phone Marysville 3111. Separator, Jr. No. CHICKS CHICKS CHICKS new. Take $30.00. Hampshires, Barred .Rock Cross, :ke, R. 2; Phone Parmenters and all other pop. ular breeds. $19.00 per 100. T'R~ ~ ARLINGTON FEED 20 with 12x24 & FARM SUPPLY tires; new Formerly Arlington Cash Feed 2~}...w i~i~.. ~/ag$) 295.00 Store ~r; new guar- FOR SALE -- Whiteface stocker .......................... 1450.00 calves, heifers and steers, good 20 with W3 quality. Phone Mt. Vernon Loader 7193. ~0xl6 tires, AUCTION SALE every Saturday; ~antee ............ 1495.00 poultry and misc. items, 10 a. 30 with 13x24 m.; dairy cows, beef, young tires; new stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. ......... : ............ 1495.00 FARMERS AUCTION SALE with Mower; SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON guarantee.. 1050.00 Owner, Auctioneer. B with Plow .............. 1695.00 Wanted re M with plow, & spring L~K :e new ............ 1225.00 Send your livestock to Seattle With culti- on Mondays. " ............................. 795.00 Get the market price. Call col- lis Moline Z; lect Marysville 4180. litton .............. 495.00 CLAUD DUTTON el C on rub.325.00 R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh ormick Deer- ~Y---ff~. H E~)LE-Y------ run'rig order 195.00 Cash Livestock Buyer EQUIPMENT Licensed and Bonded [mers Tiller .... $95.00 R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb) ?iller with Phone 273J3, Arlington Exchange N Motor ...... 450.00 ~~ ..... ---------- ~e 8' Disc ...... 95.00 ers .................. 95.00 Duster to Fit WANTED--Berry pickers. Trans- ................. 125.00 portation furnished. Pick up at . . ............... 95.00Ralph Alexander's Signal Serv- Spreader..45.00 ice. ContactLloyd Hartley, Ferg. Call 254J2. ...... 125.00-175.00 Loader STRAWBERRY PICKERS wanted and manure at Buckley Berry Farm, Arling- ............................ 185.00 ton Heights. Transportation 25.00 furnished. Phone 254Wl. :isc ........... :er,oo.w up now. Call Kenneth Espe, rare Loan 19500l Phone 189J5. or Ford .... all Mower " s~Y--P-~ ~T - 65.00 ED. Marshall and Northwest Piow:::::~::... 95.00 berries. No rocks. Prevailing is Moline prices. Pick up at Fountain. new ........ 245.001Bauer, Arlington Heights. Mower .... 30.00' ~se-kee~-~ t Saw ........ ~a.uu Mrs H B Caylor, Phone 1135 re Disc ...... 95.00 .... " ....... ~ -- .......... 85.00 STRAWBERRY PICKERS wanted. ~iower":::: 150.00 $1 50 per crate. Transportation EQUIPMENT can be arranged. Call 242W5. SERWC .S Real Estate LAND CLEARING and bulldoz- ---'-----'-Fo~- ing. Ward Sharp. Phone ~ __ 245Wl. DO YOU KNOW that ~e ~-~ar- FOR SALE--2-bedroom home, Bendix, hot water heater. low Milker milks faster, cannot Reasonable terms, $4,950. cause mastitis. It's gentle, Phone 831. swinging action makes the cow ...... Z -- ~ ..:---- smlIe" as you milk her. We in- l~ul~, bALP5, or Jease, Tim op- stall and carry in stock all tmn to.buy--15 acres, about 5 -arts and su~'qies Valle- Gem m CUluvanon; 6-room nouse P PP y . . . Farms Arlington Phone 54 with closed-In sleeping porch; l~i:ll'lll~, 25*lllllgt( .............. good well, electric pump in- For Mason work, stone or brick, stalled, water in house. Va- also asphalt shingles laid, see cant, ready to mo~e in; out- us at 409 West St. buildings. In ~eart of berry ..... . district. Wired for electric ARTIFICIAL ~ BREEDING stove. Priced at $4,500. Good terms. Call Everett Bayview Guernspv ~'~x Holstein 4533. Address 2318 Wetmore "~~ ] Ave. Apt. 1, Everett, Wash. Jersey ~~Herefrd]40 ACRES -- Good s~pring an----------~ ~~,~ [ some timber, alder, fir. Will ~,~ . . I trade for livestock. Floyd ,E. ~~~' MilkingI Headley, Phone 273J3, R. 5, Ar- -~$iJ~ ~,~.t, .... ] lington, 3 miles East Edge- ........... [ comb. EAT at Heichel's Care, and keep your wife for a pet. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (8 days a week). Try our delicious steaks, and our juicy hamburgers. Millie Tron- son and Nellie Koonts. nln SIGNS--Complete sign service: Truck lettering, Highway bul- letins, show cards. Art Signs, Art Brownlow, located at Ced- O-Co. Mill. Shop phone 1674; home, 2854. IRVII~'H. KALLOC'K R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual ol Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phone Peoples 2111 LAWNMOWERS sharpened, hand saw filing. Phone 344. H. Scuff, corner Second and Le- noTe, Arlington. Davis, 109 S. Olympic Phone 1562. SERVICE - CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir- ing.--Yighting Fixtures--Ap- pliance Repair and Service. LEO G: HALL Phone 2042 406 So. French Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils accepted Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5, Arlington; Phone 273J3 R .... , the start of the season and 10,000 eg]sterea tluernsey dulls, reaay ....... at the peak of the harvest. The Ior servme, guarameea oreeO- picking season averages from ers. Rent, trade or sell. LWlthreeto four weeks prices . !. ...... ] The Everett Employment Of- Valley Gem ~arms, Arlington .... ....... I flee detailed the plan for picking Murphy Packing Co. -- Custom]up the pickers throughout the killing, cutting, and wrapping.] city. Locker beef. Phone Everettl Sears-Roebuck & Company have Tuxedo 3648 evenings, Arling-Idonated the use of their parking ton 3401. ]lot to the growers and this will ~-----]be used as the central loading 'IV arl(1 l a(llO ]site. This lot will be open from ~.~ ~ ~ ~ 16:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. for the dis- ~ales and ~erwce I patching of pickers. Television and radio repair. Ou]l .Other pick-up points will in- work is ~uaranteed. Packard Icrude th~ Everett High Scnool, Bell and'Emerson sales. I North Junior High School, South OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Junior High School, North End County Chamber SCIENCE , DURING THE SUMMER iReo McCaslin To To Hear Discussion , ERVI ES ONTINUE I Sunday School and services at Speak in Everett On Sanatorium I First Church of Christ, Scientist! Reo MeCaslin, veteran author- " '~lwil] continue in fur s\vin~ dur-lized Technocracy speaker, will In a letter from Dr. McMartinn ling the summer months, it waslbe in Everett Friday, June 12, of the Snohomish County Health announced today. !a,l which l.ime he ,will sI~eak at ..... ~ - " o't ' The churches ..... , lne :','I~I~OIllC Temple on rne suo- L~epartment, to J, c ~ ~enn ~ . . and ~oc.eHe-~ o~, 'ect ""-~ "~ = ~'" '; r)resident of the Snohomish' our denomination continue their ] n.et ~reeuom rang. County Chamber, he made the services and other regular activi-!.~ .Mr..McC~]slin's home is in San *o]]owing suggestion: The June ties the year around," said Mrs.'yranc'sco.)te !s at present ma~- r'~etin~ of this organization be F E Headlev Christian ~eienc'e lng an extensive speaklng tour given over to 'the discussion of Assistant Committee on Publiea-:~vhieh will take him through the the pros and cons of the removal tion for Arlington. "Our Sunday western united States ana !of patients from Aldercrest Tu- School maintains classes for pu- t:anaoa. i berculosis Sanatorium to that of pils up to the age of 20, and ev-t o [Firlands. eryone is welcome to attend our r ~EI:L 11--If you h~,ve any article As an economy measure, the Sunday services and Wednesday or. turniruro, nor m use, try a state legislature proposed this evening meetings." I _._~.[]_mes ciasslf!ed a d .... move. Both sides of the question The local cimrch holds its Sun-lning meeting is held at 8 p.m. s to the advisabilit of kee in day services at 11 a m at 4th and:The Sunday School convenes at a Y P gD " " ' " these patients at the Aldercrest unham. The Wednesday eve-11 a.m. Sanatorium in Snohomish Coun- ty, or having them removed to Firlands in King County will be taken up. The meeting will start with the regular dinner at 6:30 in Snohomish at the Parish hall. beginning at 6:30 p.m. This will Wash. First place So. big cedar stump Phone 1484 - Arlington 7-3725 on Highway 99. "- M~-~.-R0"totiller, ~VA"-NTED---Tr-------'--~c'-~-an"-. tractor re- ARTIFICIAL BREEDIIqG just like new. Cost pairing--all makes, all rood- Breed artificially to production Sell for $300, or will els. International - Harvester proven sires only. Breeding fee stock. Also 28 dealer. $6.00. No merhbership fees. carriers. Ph. 249J1. EARL WEBER PONTIAC vice.GIden Charm Proven Sire SeT- be followed by a short business meeting, and then the discus- sions. Dr. John A. Kahl, acting director of the State Department of Health, will be one of the main speakers. As this is a very important ford. Phone 13W3. question to residents of our coun- --~- ty there will be a large number Small furnished apartment for of people attending. Tickets for rent. Call 671. Ben Knudson, this dinner are now in the hands Jr. of the committee members ap- FOR RENT--5-room home, in nice pointed by Harold Murphy, mem-~~ bership chairman. The person location, ,$50 monthly. Call you can contact for these in your 272W1. area is Jack Carpenter land HaT- FOR RENT--Pasture on the old old Murphy. k~~~..'~ J- .~, Eylander place, R: 2, Arlington. Reservations must be made and V L. Ward. in by June 6. Everyone is cordial- ~ly invited to attend and take part in this very important ~ ~j,,~v~.r---~O='~ .~j, meeting. Ladies welcomed. "~,~" _~'~ To Start Soon o----- Farm Bureau Board Snohomish County's strawber- ~,,,~.,a ry harvest is expected to begin anywhere from June 12 to June Meet State Officials 18, probably the .later date. This] at a meeV-- in fho V.F.W. '~ wasthe Prtehdie~:hoV~edco2Y[ha~i in Marys~ilie" Wednesday P'~2"~'~X - _""~P . "levening May 27 the Snohomish ty ~erry ~rowers Laoor ASSOCla- ~ . '~ -- ' -- ~ -.-~ ~. tion at a meetin" held Monda .it~ounty farm t~ureau ~oaru anu , .wasnl g. - P Y " from the state office in Spokane, lty.l)epartment. , . Mr. Arthur A. Ziegler, State Farm Ylnal plans Ior emptoyment Bu[eau secretary, and Mr. Rich- of pickers were completed at this~ ard Nelson, State ,Organization session. The Association repre-[ Director sents approximately 80 per centi ,r~,~ ~,~,~,~, ,,~ nro,ldod ~er Ofndth~oC~tpYeS be~ryf gt~eO~ers bYetnh,e C?u~F~m:~ur~a~S~P~rhs-. i DISTINGUISHED ry acreage. !mish and was held' to discuss: Weddina Invitations One of the heaviest crops of! plans for further organization strawberries is anticipated this work in Snohomish County. season. The growers voted to pay ~ ~,~l~,~w ~vh. ha~ had feinT: Indications of your own good taste-----the correct. ~ wa e' as 1 r .............. ' ................. me same g ast yea, au , _ .. teen years experience in Farm hess and smartness of invitations printed to your cents per cannery liar l , Bureau organization, in Michigan The berry farmers hope to se-!and California, began hig duties order. cure from 3000 to 6000 pickers ati in Washington May 1, coming Play'field at Thirteenth Street from California, where for the PROMPT SERVICE past four years he has been di- rector of California Farm Bureau ' f%llL,[~l 493 Young Peoples Department, and Assistant State Organization Di. ll P rector. ' The Arlin to rintin Co. Dick, as he wants to be called, comes to this state highly rec- ARLINGTON, WASH. ommended for the position he i has taken with the Farm Bureau. JUST PHONE-- Just lift your phone receiver and call 493 to place a w tnt ad... simple isn't it... and it may mean extra cash for you. Times and shopper want reach 4,000 families in the Stillaguamish Valley every week. Your friends know the value of want ads.., the cost is low only 65 cents for 22 words. Phone 493 now and charge it. Pin money can be yours--with the aid of want ads in The Arlingl~n Times and Shopper. "Surely you have outgrown tots, discarded fur- nituro, "(mUques' and m-my other saleoble objects around your home. ! ~he Arlington ~imes and Shoppe IIII [ II I I I and Oakes, Lowell Fire Station, Pinehurst, Casino Corner and the new housing project. All persons wishing to work as berry pickers are advised to ap- ply at the Employment Security Office, 3021 Colby Ave., and to R. 4, Arlington. WANTED--Home for 6-weeks-old Phone Arlington 3281 watch the paper for picking dates erator, $57.50; puppies. Phone 324J2. Concrete Septic Tanks, 265 to 500 _ .... and tank, $12.50;: WA-NTE-I)-~------H~y-"-b"~ing. Call ,~ Won wad r~,,~ .... ~ ~,~,~,~ I ~erry growers in me Arfing- $8. and. $11.50; Lynn Rosenbach. Phone 184J4. .~o~w~r"~-'~r~t~"~]~~ p~[ton district have been advertis- [ $4. Washing ma-i~ 1-3-1"4:- Ar']i~ngt-on"'" Co'n c'r'e-t'e[ ing for pickers to sign up for several weeks, ann tnere is Still Products. . . Vacuum cleaner re-iwork during summer vacation . I need for rehable p~ckers. ngton Exchange,]and after school hours this Hotpoint , _ o _ Assembly of God fall. Weber Por~tiac. APPLIANCES l wo Local itudents ~ ~ ~ Complete Residential and Com- I,, ....... ingles, $6.00. Clark, R. 4, Arlington. me-~ial Wiring, Contracting, tiraduate at C.W.C.E. les, $5.00. Motor and Appliance Repair. the best grade. FOR SALE BRACY ELECTRIC Among the 179 Seniors receiv- SON Phone 2051 Phone 201 ing their certificates last Sun- day, May 31, at Central Wash- ~- 2-drum donkey, FOR SALE--1947 Plymouth Spec. WANTED--Better Milking. Mar- ington College of Education, El. on a truck Call Deluxe Five-Pass. Coupe. Ra- dio, heater, skirts, white wall low milker saves the udder, lensburg, were Donald Simpson .... tires. $650. Don Kazen, R. 1, Valley Gem Farms. Arlington. of Arlington, and Elizabeth Rid- Upholstery. Get a Arlington. Ph. 183J5 or 183J2.PhoneAUthorized54. sales and service, dleDegreesOf Darrington.in Arts and Sciences [ 'seat covers today STRAWBERRY HALLOCKS. Arl'-were awarded the two. Miss Rid- Fiber $15.79; MRs- ington Feed & Farm Supply. FOR TRADE dle is the daughter uf Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Riddle, of Darrington, and Simpson is the son of Mrs. George Simpson, R. 2, Arlington. O WET AT OSO The official weather report from Oso under date of June 1 is as follows: "D ear Mr. Editor: "In case you have not been watching we have had it pretty wet at Oso so far this year up to May 31 (151 da3s in 1953). We have had 100 even days with more or less rain--total so far 45.68 inches. If you want to take it for the rest of the year it's O.K. by me (the rain). "FRED J. JENNER. $21.50; Regal, (Formerly Arlington Cash Feed plastic, $31.50. Store). DON'T THROW THAT ELECTRIC colors. Coast-to- TRAVELER TELEVISION, tops RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on in quality. Lowest in p~ce.a' new Schick or Remington at or rough ply- Coast-to-Coast, Arlington. JOHNSON DRUG ~ag, 5/16, %, % and Arlingtoff &--~]UP 'lywoodat mill. co~Arling" CLOTHING - ;ii.i T ............ Pumice Building FAM~UITS ,8 . Pumice Chim- Tailored to your measurements ~~a~, , Phone 1314.AT- by master tailors. Featuringhat, between Bryant-Victoria crete Products. many imported woolens, $55 . road and Pleasant hill. Reward ,aw'~'-n" Lookin---'----g Nic-'~ and $65, at Penney's in Arling- for return. Call 317J3 or leave ray with an excel- ton. at County Garage, Arlington. lawn mower and FOR SALE--Poll Parrot and Star Clifford Pederson. sweeper. Arl- Brand Shoes for all the ram-LOST--Pair of glasses, pinkish & Farm Supply. i4y.-Reasonably priced. Expert transparent frames. Reward. clington Cash Feed shoe repairing. Arlington Shoe Phone 613, or 140 French Ave. ~'~I IN~ IN PROBATE Ranges, Freezers. Shop. c line before AUTOMOTIVE _..v.,.. No. 23565 I NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~--'='~_.,_~'7~7 ~ le n the Superior Court o,1[ the State ol to-Coast, Ar- FOUND -- Lady s lllIany sty Washington for the County of Sno- FR~S'~ ~ line- ring, at J. C. Penney Co. Ownerl homlsh. Worn? Put on a up, and setting; wheel balanc, may have by identifying, m the Matter of the Estate of RAY- MOND S. PARR,ELL. Deceased. Top |ng, al] makes. DANCE Notice Is hereby given that the un. guarantee, $19.10; Arlington. derslgned has been appointed and has qualified ~a~ executrix of the estate of $23.75. Coast-to- FACTORY DRIVE-AWAY PLAN, RAYMOND S. FARRELL, Deceased; that Available now. New Buicks BENEFIT DANCE in new Bryant all persons having claim~ against said lawn swings, and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac. Grange hall every Saturday thedeCe~Sedsame aredulyherebYverified,requiredon saidtexeeu-Serve glider lawn Phone 1501. night. Union music.Refresh- trix or her attorney of record at the ments address below stated, and file the same or wood), beach MACHINE WORK--Brake drum with the Clerk of said Court, together hammocks. Get trueing---clyinder head grind- FOR THE HOME monthswith prOOfa,terOrtheSUChdateServlCeof flrstwlthlnpubllca-six nd "enjoy outdoor Ing--valve and piston work. tlon of this notice, or the same wlll i] t', ~ STORE Wholesale-retail a u t o and . be barred. truck, parts. Arlington Auto SPECIAL PRICES ON FLOOR EDNA M. FARRELL Executrix of said *,*,1 .... , ....... '-,~",'~"-'~, -'-- e, ~ Bid*' Seot*.l,, ~t~o,~h ~oad 15-in~l Parts.' Phone 941. ~,~ "~"'~~ .... ~'~ h*,,~ l-r~e Estate. Addrea~ 503 Joseph Vance size; one sectional davenport, lsw~ ~'~ ~'~M~RI~CK 322W2. KILLOUGH CLEANERS one Holleywood frame andI 'H. J. Merrlck for - headboard Come in and see[Attorneys for Estate,.503_Vance ~alag. ~eattle wasn. yard. Coast-to- WATERPROOFING them now. Wallitner Fur-I ~te of ~t pub. 'June 4 ~gSa. In Arlington - Phone 1344 niture Store. I Date of last pu~'., June i8, 1953. % o _ ~ ..... ~i