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The SALE WRINGER TYPE good working or- 415 Stillagua. TYPE WASHER, dition, electric auto. 435-2314. CREAM Never used. 8-7707, SOIL Bark Peat Moss Y 8 PRODUCTS are the new cata- & J. Sales Spe- 5-3150. in Arlington near the Inq. at Store or SAWDUST and delivered Phone QE 5-49"45, GE B WOOD. De- area. 2 cords $25.00. avail- Creek Mill, & TRUCK & RETAIL Lines GOOD YMAN * Mofors * Profit Dealer *~' 43S-2171%% 435-2937 7 ft. pare parts. between p.m. NO. 5 MOW- "Point hookup. ' PORK. I,.o or ;E 5:3405.- AND J~R~, some Jim PUPS, ale, $20 each. 4, Box 278, PiG ready 5- 4603. 3GGY BUMP- lddle, $85.00. end pup, :i 629-2716. Modern $65. $20 cord de. fir & maple. 435 -2574. SIDING-- $80.00. lx3 2to5 Modern Arlington. regular shrubs, are all a at 217 S, our prices, be sorry. BOOK for at Is now a ned Blue uphol- in a va. monogram. lmes. Order Arlington mortar Alf Schul- buck to use clean free propane. Salesman to call GAS People" Carburatlon for Marysville ~'Y. 5 M~shall Id. Fun Ahead ! For Extra Cash ,-. us. o,s. sE,v,c.s 235 HOMES available for immediate occupancy in Enco Service Station BOTHERED BY SWARMIN(; BEES? (?all 652-7316 or Want Ads... JUST DIAL 435.2498 FOR SALE NEED A BRIDAL SHOWER GIFT? Why not give a "Bridal Memories" book -- See them at The Arlington TIMES office. NEW and USED CLOSEOUT BARGAINS Chests of drawers from $9.50 Night stands ............ $5.95 Antique commode w/mlrror .... ................................ $59.95 Dropleaf tables from $9.95 Table & 4 chairs .... $25.00 Swivel rocker, new $59.50 .... now ........................ $24.95 Coteman stoves from ..$6.95 eBrass, string instruments, piano, etc. l Clocks, alarm from .... $1.50 Antique bells from .... $1.75 Fans & olr coolers, reasonable Color TV, excellent, from $185 Floor sander, commercial ....... ................................ $79.50 e Westw|nd kitchen fan $12.95 Cash registers from .... $32.50 Radios from ................ $3.95 eWater ski, 1 only .... $11.95 Boat-ladder ................ $4.75 Paint-best latex gal ..... $2.95 Typewriters, excellent, from.. ................................ $29.50 Appllances-All kinds-Cheap Cameras, movie etc. from $2.00 Dishwasher ................ $69.50 Gas heaters from .... $35.00 Wringer washers from $25.00 Gas ranges from ........ $35.00 Mangles from ............ $10.00 6 HP motor, good ..... $49.50 Lawn mowers from .... $10.50 100's OF BARGAINS - COME SEEI All Sales For Retarded School Fund WAREHOUSE SALES-MARYSVILLE 2nd & Delta 659-3338 LOVELY selection of wed. dins announcements, en- closure cards, thank you notes, napkins -- for your wedding. The Arlington TIMES, GE 5-2498. (Allow a week for printing.) Used Cars, Trucks Tractors, Motorcycles 1960 CHEV. 9-PASS. STA. WAGON, V-8. automatic, power steering and brakes. Mechanically good. $150.00. LOST/FOUND LaSTs2 male brown and white Springer Spaniels --Since Hghts. area. Reward. Call collect EMerson 2-3169 Seattle. FOUND - PHOTOS. Have you lost a couple of 5x7 colored photos? We have them at TheArlington Times. LOST ~ BOY'S GLASSES, dark brown frames. GE 5-2387. FREE/FREE/ FREE BEAGLE PUPPIES -- GE 5-3890. WANTED WANTED -- %VILL HAUL AWAY an)" useable bricks in good condition. No charge. GE 5-2498. Want a "like-new" USED CROQUET SET. 435.3301. CASCARA BARK. Must be dry. moss free, well sacked. Highest price since World War It. Arlington Feed & Farm Supply. HELP WANTED $4.S0 PER HOUR 2 OR 3 DAYS WORK burning brush near Lake Cavanaugh. CALL EDMONDS PR 8-42b I AFTER 5 P.M. NEED CARPENTERS and LABORERS. Location: Smo- key Point at Cherry Lane Farms, Poultry Ranch. See Merle Love or Fred Erick- son. 652-9108. WANTED STRAWBERRY PICKERS. Transportation furnished. Sign up at Norm Smith's Bryant Service Sta- tion. LIVESTOCK Arlington area. Call 334.5018 Humble Oil & Refining Co. 435-2688. collect. Service station available. Located at Island Cross. ing. Due to be completed July 31. Paid training. Limited investment. Phone A. E. MENENDEZ 353-5707 After 7 p.m. NEW 2-3-4-5 BEDROOM HOMES on 1 acre in country. Payments lower than rent. 2 Gov't pro- grams to choose from. 4 build- ers and 12 home plans with choices of styles and colors. ONLY $1"/.150. LAND SPF_,CrIALISTS R,EALTOIt~ II0 E. Third OE 5-2187 STUD SERVICE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD MR. WRECKING BAR IA-ACRE LOT AT STUD Small old 2-bedroom house in Arlington. On sewer. 435-3384 or 43S-4481 Plumbed for washer & dry. er. Natural gas heat. $7,250. FEI~DER LAMBS for sale! 766-3466. Living lawn mower that 40 ACRES, 24 acres cleared. can be eaten later. GE 6.year.old house, daylight 5-3264 after 1 p.m. No Sun- basement, 1~/2 baths, car- days. port. 2 ponds, creek and barn Completely fenced. B O N D E D 4 miles southeast of Arling. ton. $1900 per acre--terms Livestock Buyer available. GE 5-2420. GE 5-3808 YOU A REJECT? Don't you believe it! GE 5-3536 Maybe you didn't qualify to buy a home thru FHA, L I V E S T 0 C K VA. Gov't Subsidy 235 or a H A U L I N G conventional mortgage loan. KARL F. BRATLAND REJECT OR NOT RT. 4, ARLINGTON. WASH. For the deal of your life-- ('all Collect... Bring a dollar and .your wifel Yes that's all you GE 5-3536 need to start the ball roll. ing to buy a new or used 2-. 3- or 4-Bedroom Home on a beautiful homesite A U C T I O N S ,,i,h: MONDAY has always been the BEST DAY for SLAUGHTER CATTLE Sale Every Monday~12 Noon Fulton Livestock Auction SNOHOMISH. WASH LO 8-5696 AUCTION SALE -- Bah) c~r~'es, started calves at II a.m. Thursdays. Livestock. dairy cows. heilers, feeder cattle, beef, pigs, hogs, and JlorsPs, every Thursday lit l p.m. Pouilry and rabhil~ Tuesday 7:0{) ll.m.; Ful"ni- lure a n d miscellaneous Tuesday ~ l,.m. Snohomish Aucli(,n Market, located 2 miles west of Snohomish Britton Bros., Owners and Auclioneers. Phone LOgan * No Down Payment , No Closing Cost , VERY. VERY LOW Interest Rates , Naturally LOW Monthly Pctyments * Up to S19.?.50 FHA evalu. ated Homes * Several Excellent Loca. tions: ARLINGTON SOUTH LAKE STEVENS NORTH MARYSVILLE MARYSVILLE And SPOT LOCATIONS throughout a good portion of Snohomish Count,/. , Some on City Sewers. City Water. Streets. Un. derground Utilities. Street Lights. Driveways. Curbs and Sidewalks. , YOUR CHOICE of many ramblers. 2-story and tri. For Sale-- BEAUTY SHOP in Arlington. GE 5-2892 or GE 5-2439. FOR RENT SACRIFICE RENT AT COST DOWN TO $90.00 Brand new, never oc- cupied, large 1- & 2-bed- room apartments, unfur- nished, w/w carpeting, dishwashers, disposals. electric ranges, refrigera- tors & patios. Ample off- street black.topped park. ing, laundry and storage. Located between First & Second on Gifford. The.~e are unusually large lux- urious apts. Centrally located 4 blocks from downtown. Call GE 5-3006 or 259-3141 FURNISHED 3-ROOM APT. All utilities furnished ex. cept lights. Also--Sleeping room with refrigerator and private bath. Telephone 435.2583. Arlington Apts.. 137 N. Olympic. 2-BEDROOM APT. on Gil- man SI. All appliances fur- nished. Utilities paid ex- cept electric. $100 too. Ph. 435-3776 or 826-3620. FOR RENT OR LEASE LARGE 2-BEDROOM apart. ment. Stove & refrigerator lurnished. No I)('ll. GE 5-2951). GE 5-2114. NEW 2-BEDR'M DUPLEX. eololed appliances, drapes, carpeting. $125.(~) monthly plus utilities. References. ,~;0 damage deposit. Phone LI 6-3096. SERVICES BULLDOZING FARM SLAUGHTERING & CUFFING. Top cash for live stock. Horst Stach Double J Ranch, 629-3963 Stanwood. CLASSIFY DESIRES. If you need a job. a new home or apartment, furniture, ma- chinery, help, etc.. tell it like it is in a classified ad. TIMES classifieds cost lit tie. do a lot. Only $1.35 tel 17 words. Call GE 5.2498. ;;il;o7 ;;w//A;:l ROTOVA.TING t (;ardens . New Lawns Ere. DEAN JENSEN GE 5-3715t WE WANT TO BE EN- GAGED in your wedding plans. For an outstanding selection of wedding an. nouncements, scrolls, thank you notes anti napkins -- slop by The TIMES, 426 N. Olympic, or call GE5.2498. Septic Tanks Pumped 2,1 It()UB SERVICE ARLINGTON SEPTIC SERVICE 9:t)0.5:00 GE 5.3660 After hours & Sundays Call collect eL 9-188]. Sates opened. For CXlJei'i service call GEORGE BROOKS GE 5-4620 _ 332 N. Olympic Cards of Thanks We w(}uld like 1o lhank ()Lit fri('n(Is and neighbors tel lh(,h' kind words of sym. !)aihy, cards, and flowers In the r('cenl loss of our loved one.--The family of L;irry Gildcrsleeve. GE 5-2744 evenings. 8.6011, Snohomish. levels, up to 1172 sq ft. 1940 CHEV. I,.,-TON PICK- of We wi~h to thank our uP-s7000 435 Work Wanted k,nd ,liends an,, .e, hbors 1958 CHEV. BEL-AIR 4-DR. LIVESTOCK SALE LIVING SPACE 435-4822 sympathyfr their aCtSduringOf ourlVerecenlantl FOR AN O.L. SWEARENGIN loss at husband and broth. H.7. V-8 automatic--S195. or trade for livestock. Ph. 435-4437. ................ '63 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT 4-wheel drive--S700. HE 6-3794. FINANCE COMPANY REPO. 1960 Chev. Impala Convert- ible, $250. GE 5-2174. eL 9-6377. EARL MEYER CO, Buy or Sell Your Auto 300 to Choose From GE 5-3680 AL 9.2153 _:: ?:g??: ..... ~.v;::: ! FINANCE CO. REPO. 1961 Falcon Station Wagon. good condition. GE 5.2174, OL 9.6377. TRAILERS MOBILE HOMES For Sale -- 10x50 MOBILE HOME. GE 5-3034. MUSIC CONSOLE SPINET PIANO. Will sacrifice to responsible party in this area. Cash or terms. Also ELEC. ORGAN. Write or phone Credit Mgr.. 503-363-5707, Tallman Pi. one-Organ Stores. Inc.. Sa- lem, O~egon 97308. WURLITZER organ wlth Leslie speaker, delivery, lessons, music & guaranteed, $895. 5herman Clay, 4714 Evergreen Way, AL- 9-7277. TRADES SWAP ADS AR, E FREE to TIM1~ subecribers, Subscriptions Just $4.35 a year. Sul~cribe this week and trade all you want. Only GENUINE TRADE8 with no ref- erence to money will be accept- ed. Limit one ad per person per week. published twice ONLY. Name and addresa muat accom- pany all such advertising. Right to reject or edit reserved. Will trade LOVABLE KIT- TEN for care in a good home. Call GE 5-2251. ONE YEARLING POLLED HEREFORD BULL for Here- ford heifers. Call after 4:30 p.m. GE 5-2853. Will trade good, used, 50. gal. electric, glass lined wa- ter heater for good, elec. tric fence charger. 435.4532. PERSONAL LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with Dex-A.Diet, and remove excess fluid, with FLUIDEX. Only 98c and $1.69 at Dar- rington Pharmacy. CONFIDENTIAL care for unwed pregnant teen-age girls. UGN Agency. Collect calls accepted. Florence Crittenton Home, PA 2-8004. Box 8944 Seattle, Wa 98178. B &.C Construction New or Remodeling Concrete - Fencing - Roofing Pree estimates. Ouaranteed work anytime, anything, any placer GE 5-2744 Evenings and Weekends INSIDE- OUTSIDE PAINT- ING. Home maintenance, ience building. Small jobs of carpenter work. Phone GE 5.2174. SWEARENGIN BROS. lawn & yard maintenance. Lighl hauling and odd jobs wel. come. Call Bob at 435-4822. NOTICES VAN HORN'S NURSERY, Oso. will be closed June 11. 12, 13. In the meantime, our potted shrubs are a good bet. 435-3467. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meetings Thurs. evenings. 8:30 at Arlington Public Li- brary. For confidential in- to. call GE 5-2677. The VOLUNTEERS O F AMERICA truck will be in your area Friday of each week. Phone GE 5-3531. LAKEWOOD RESIDENTS-- Save long distance toll charges. Place Arlington TIMES classified ads with Fran Black, 652-7646. RETAIL SALES TAX SCHEDULES are available at Arlington Times office now. 20c each. $1.35 will get you many $$$ if you sell unused items with a TIMES CLASSIFIED. GE 5-2498. LIVESTOCK CIRCLE "J" HORSE TRAILERS--for 2, 3 and 4 horses. Low as $895.00 DEPENDABLE MOTORS Mount Vernon, Wash. BULL RENTALS DELIVER- ED, registered whiteface, Angus, 1 cow or more, Roy Baker. 629-3541. Wanted to Buy--HORSES or any livestock, Also li- censed livestock hauling available. Mountain S Haul. ing, 334-1705, Call the MOO MOO MOVER for your cattle hauling. JENSEN TRUCKING 691-2647 or GE 5-309B Notice New Phone No. JACK + MARE -- MULE Jack Breeding Service GE 5-3712 Every Saturday 2:00 P.M. SHARP Baby calves, slarted calves, feeders, dairy cows. sheep. swine & horses. Misc. 9 a.m followed by poultry, rabbits APPOINTMENT Calt~ CAREY THOMSON OL 9.4820 SHERWOOD & ROBERTS 1216 4th Marysvilh, and produce. Because our sales are growing we must To Buy or Sell begin our miscellaneous at ACREAGE ~ HOMES- FARMS 9 o'clock sharp. All cun- signments welcome. W,' I North Fork Realty need livestock h) fill the [ LET US QUALIFY YOU UN- orders Ior our buyers. I DER THE 235 PROGRAM. lOft, (;E 5-3988 " IArllngton, Wn. Eves. (GE 5-3044 Farmer s Auction Olympic (0E$-348, 10th & Ave. D. Snohomish, Wash. 568-2919 or ,568-6683 MARYSVILLE LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. Highway "99" N. of Morysville Phone: OLive 9-5063 Selling at Aucllon Each Tuesday Dairy Auction last Wednesday of each month REAL ESTATE LARGE STORE BUILDING, rock front, over 1300 sq. ft. floor space, some fixtures, attached garage, 3-bedr'm apt. in rear of store, elec. heat. good terms at 7 per cent, on highway 530. Will take Darrington or Arling. ton property in trade. Ph. 436.3714, after 5, no calls Fri. P.M. or Saturday. TOP NOTCH HOME in Marysville West. $5000.00 down, assume 7%'~ con. tract. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large family room, carpet. ing, fireplace, electric fur- nace, garden patio, cedar setting, paved street, qual. ity appliances. Shown by appointment. Write Box W. P. O. Box 67, c/o Arlington Times. QUIET HOME IN COUNTRY ----3 mi. from Darrington on Sauk Prairie Road--2 acres completely cleared -- or. chard. Seven rooms and bath f four bedrooms). $15,. 000.00 total price. Call HE 6-4314. WE WILL BUY your equity in home or land. Knorr Realty, Inc., Island Cross- ing. 652-7551 GE 5-2151. $2500 DISCOUNT No Loan Costs New 3-bedroom rambler. Bath & 1/2, fireplace, carpets, range and dishwasher. Patio, large double garage, shake roof. ~ $19,750, ]0% down, 9/ interest, 30 yrs. to pay. Call Is Federal Savings 659.1201 Miscellaneous REDUCE SAFE AND FAST with GoBese Tablets and E-Vap "water pills." Dar- rington Pharmacy, Darring- ion. STAMPS OF DISTINCTION are offered at The TIMES. Order your rubber stamp now and pick it up at our office, 426 N. Olympic. in just a few days. WE DON'T DISCRIMINATE~ Poster paper in 8 colors can be bought at The TIMES. White, 20c; colors, 25c. BOOK MATCHES for BUS- INESSES may now be ordered at your Arlington Times office. We have SILVER or GOLD- EN anniversary announce- ments, napkins and guest books for that special oc- casion. Order yours at The Arlington TIMES office. WANT A NEW HOME? BUT HAVE PROBLEMS LOW INCOME--SEVERAL CHILDREN BUT YOU NEED A HOME NOW THERE IS A NEW FEDERAL HOUSING BILL CALLED NO, 235. EVEN IF YOU HAVE THE ABOVE PROBLEMS YOU PROBABLY WILL QUAL. IFY AND THE GOVERNMENT WILL ADJUST THE PAYMENTS TO WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD, D~.ys 435-2131 Evenings: 435-3708, 435-2b93, b52-7174 WRIGHT REALTY, INC. 221 N. OLYMPIC ARLINGTON, WASH. RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher nf Piano & Organ St lidio ; 31~ N. French. Arlinghm Phone GE 5-2064 Beginners and advanced pupils. SUMMER TEACHING Membel Everett Chapter Wl~shingLon etate and National MIlste Teachers A.%~oclatlon 17 Years Teaching Experience CUSTOM BUTCHERING -- Your place -- everything cleaned up. Nick Graafstra, MarysvillP eL 9-3464. ROOFING. Foundations, Re- modeling, Patios, Work- manship guaranteed. James Eoff, GE 5-3555. MASONRY WORK Fireplaces, Foundations, Ce- ment Finishing. Plastering. Free estimates. CHARLES PRICE (;E 5-3768 Arlington Rt. 3 ROOFING NEW AND RECOVER Shakes and Composition -- Free Estimates -- Financing Available Charles Mayo- 334-1409 Snohomish, Wash. ROBERSON SAND & GRAVEL Road gravel, pit run, sand and till material. Dump Truck & Loader Work -- Alder Bark and Sawdust Mulch. GE S-2782 or 6S2-7997 Call before 8 am or after B pm ~OT-- 652.7881 Collect AnyUm~ Week-end Delivery Also WE CAN'T CURE COLDS but we can take care of ev- ery printing need on your list--letterhead, envelopes, statements, receipts, busi- ness cards. Call The TIMES, GE 5.2498. Wafer Well Drilling Pumps & Installations "Water Witching" AJAX WELL DRILLING GE 5-2832 - Evenings PHOTO - COPYING 8]gRVICI~. 25o a sheet; one doz. or more, 15c each. LAND 8PECIALIST8 R~ALTOR~ 110 R. Third OE S-2187 Side Sewers--Drain Fields 350 John Deere Angle Dozer Far Best Backhoe Service Ph. 659-9066 or 659.7270 H,YDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt at Robb's Tire Service, At. lington, Wash. (r, and also extend grate- lul thanks |or the beauti. tul floral tributes 1o our loved one.--The t'amily of Clayton F. Turnipseed. Obituary -- ELOF HANNING Funeral services were held recently in Petersburg, Alaska, for Elof Hanning, the nephew of Olaf Hanning of Ar- lington and 'a childhood resi- dent of this city Mr, Harming, a trolling boat operator, had lived at Pt. Bak- er in Alaska for approximately 30 years. He was found dead in his cabin there. He was known as "the mayor of Pt. Baker". Surviving, in addition to his uncle, are a brother and two sisters. Arlington church news CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Man's search for a "first cause" leads to both scientific and spiritual answers included in the Lesson-Sermon to be read in all Christian Science churches this Sunday. Entitled "God the Only Cause and Creator," the Lesson- sermon quotes from the prophet Isaiah: "As the earth bringeth forth her bud, and as the garden causeth the things that are sown in it to spring forth; so the Lord God will cause righteousness and praise to spring forth before all the nationss' The public is invited to at- tend services beginning at ll a.m. at First Church, 4th and Dunham, Arlington. The Mary-Martha Circle of the United Methodist Church will meet Wednesday, June 10 at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. William Voreis on Route 3. Note change in date from the usual third Wednesday, to the second Wedpesday this time. Sisco Heights by Ellen Showalter, 659.5798 THE JACK Andersons hosted a back yard picnic Sunday, May 31 in honor of Karen's father's bi r t h d a y, Stanley Maskeland. Don Maskeland, who is at Pullman, should have received good thoughts from his family for that day is his birthday also. MRS. WALT (Vernal BLUE was also a year older on the 29th of May. NOT TO FORGET another important birthday i~. the com- munity. Young, well not too young Doug Tingvall Jr. reached his 15th natal day Saturday, May 31. The biggest deal about becoming it is being able to acquire his driver's permit and, of course, a little higher insurance rate for morn and pop[ Lakewood by FRAN BLACK, 652-7646 THE EVENING of May 27, the pupils of Hope Bohn pre- sented a piano recital, in the multi-purpose room at Lake- wood School. The following girls displayed their musical talents; Cindy Skucy, Julle Peake, Deanne Espedal, Marsha Hudson, Linda Kugel, Ruth Grewe, Debbie Peake, Suzanne Black, Donna Snyder, Lori Lilgreen, Kim BertIlson, Charlotte Bibb, Karen Espe- dal, Glenda Torrey, Lynn Robb, and Sandy Snyder. A coffee hour followed. THE MEADOWLARK Home- makers held a workshop on June 1 at Jill Brashers home. The purpose was to make the hand puppets which Jill took down to the Seattle Spastic Center today. THE VERNON Linth family spent the weekend in Eastern Washington. They fished near Odessa, and spent one evening in Spokane. MR. AND MRS. Robert Lewis and family, formerly from Florida, were Sunday guests at the Bill Gibbons home CONGRATULATIONS to all our graduating seniors. We are very proud of you! There is a busy and fun week ahead- starting with Baccalaureate Sunday, class picnic Monday, laying the stone and practice for graduation Tuesday, then the "big day", graduation and all-night party on Wednesday. THE SKYKOMISH River, near S u n s e t Falls was the scene of a Kayaking party Sunday for Ron and Carol Thomas and friends. After- wards, a picnic was enjoyed by all. MR. AND MRS. Rusty Stod- gell and Dusty, have moved into their new home at Lake- wood. CHARLENE DAHL and children went to Seattle Fri- The Arlington Times -- 7 Arlington, Wash. 98223 Thursday, June 4. 1970. MR. AND MRS. Tom Brene- man and family traveled to Richland Friday evening to the Richard Brenemans home. Saturday, they went up to the pot holes and fished. The W.H. Brenemans came from Waits- burg Sunday and a family picnic was enjoyed by all. MR. AND MRS. Joe Boivin and Gall, and guest Suzanne Black, spent Sunday at Rain- bow Lake. THE ROBERT Kirchgessner family hosted their annual Me- morial Day family picnic, at their home, for all their rela- tives Saturday. The weather cooperated and a wonderful time was had by all. ANOTHER camping family, the Mary Jacobsens, spent the weekend on the north fork of the Cispus River in East- ern Washington. The weather was beautiful -- no mosquitoes elther! MR. AND MRS. Thomas Byrnes of Montesano were Sunday guests of the Doug Blacks. Their son Pete spent the weekend here. Mrs. Ethyl Byrnes was the school nurse at Lakewood, beforeaccepting the position she now holds of Supervisor of Public Health Nurses for Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties. The sixth through ninth grade bus patrols had their annual fun day at the Seattle Center last Friday. They went on most of the rides and all-in-all had a good time. Shop A rlington First! day night for the Installs- "The man who gets along Lion of her niece, Marsha Powers as Worthy Advisor in with other people never sets Rainbow Girls. the pace." DIRECTORY FLOWERS BY GEORGE Y 335 N. Olympic 435-2626 FLOWERS & GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS World Wide Delivery and Depe~ndability I Weller Funeral Home, 327 N. McLeod I ARLINGTON, WASH. j GE 5-2509 "I TEAGUE'S RADIO AND BUSY BEE FLORAL , T.V. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONSI We repair ALL M~kee CEKAMIC INSTKUCTION GE S.4381 , PHONE F0rDarrlnBtonOr~ers ' GE - OZZ Call 436-3702 Toll Free I I R.C.A. -- ZENIT~ AR Phones: I ....... CHITECTURItL gu.,... 43S-4519 I ARLINGTON TAXI / ~ CABINETS ,o,, ,,,c.,N.,,,.,,2, 435-9911 DESIGNING i 24-HR. SERVICE 108 t THIRD STRtET I:- FLETCHER t ASE'S AUTO REPAII ELECTRIC NE~W OLD I WORK WORK I ALSO VW REPAIRS Mobile Home Hookups J PH. 43S-4094 I ARLINGTON DAY CARE CENTER Builder Sc~el J North County's Plrst Nursery Echool and ChUrl Care. Proven GE 5-3979 I Program--Qualified iStaff--ml. tablished l~cllity. Route 5 Box 248 I 435-2094 435-382,4 ARLINGTON t SECOND & STILLAGUAMISH CONCRETE NOR'WEST, INC. Rt. 1, Arlington, Wash. ~ONCRETE Tel. 435-5Sll O' 659-7671 READY-MIX CONCRETE SAND AND GRAVEL CRUSHED ROCK CONCRETE CULVERT SEWER & DRAIN PIPE ARLINGTON M ANOR Complies Fully with Title VI, CivU Rights Act of 1964 Finest Nursing Care / Peaceful Residential Setting Welfare Approved State Lie. No, 420 VISITORS WELCOME, HOURS 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 108 W. UNION Call Collect GE s,21'r/ ARLINGTON Start Kagen Bob Cox Ken Christoferson Mal'ysville Arlington Stanwoo~ eL 9-3936 Eves. 652-7688 Eves. 629-225 Eveninge STAr~IWOOD RI2DI-MIX Silvanc~ Washington Telephone 652-7"/79 or 6S2-7~ ]~,ADY-MIX CONCRETE - SAND - WASHED ROCK - PIT KUN I~ITIZENS BAND & 2.WAY I RADIO____i__,~ ~SERVICE NOW AT I Jerry's IV Repair Ti A U! 'II .I 1s52, N.E. at ,li,,tl. RADIO .'.- ~ . One block tram the Grange 43S-3022 I on "Old Highway gg" LIQUID WASTE DISPOSAL I COLOR - BLACK & ~NHITE RADIO REPAIR SEPTIC TANKS I See OUr wide selection Of used C&P PUMPING S0r. ' T" i~et& In good working ardtlr! 629-3780 i OPEN 11 A,M. TO 8 P.M. j Mondaya thru ~turd&ya Parker Stanwood~