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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIlNGT()N, T]tURSI)AY, JUNE ! 1, 1 53. PAGE SEVEN N SYSTEM factory -engineered through your deal- HARDWARE Arlington and Seed all you want, n $3.80 per cwt. - Phone 2051 Wanted M. Jansha Tan- STOCK Courteous Service Everett Bayview 9549 Byproducts, Inc. Wash. SALE ft. McCormick hay Obert Naas. Livestock For Sale Geese for Sale, 3 male and 4 fe- male. Phone 276J4. FOR SALE--3 Guernsey heifers to freshen this fall. Ewes and lambs $15.00 each. Manure spreader $95; also 50 cu. ft. freezer, 1 h.p. motor. Myron Stang, R. 4, 1 mile west, % mi. north Bryant FOR SALE Large red roosters for roasting. 25c lb. live weight Delivered weekly. R. J. Ingrain, Rt. 4, Ph. 252W4. Guernsey cow coming fresh this month. Matt Turk0vich, 1 mile S. of Edgecomb. CHICKS CHICKS CHICKS Hampshires, Barred Rock Cross, Parmenters and all other pop- ular breeds. $19.00 per 100. ARLINGTON FEED & FARM SUPPLY COAT CLEARANCE $59.95. All must only $3300 at FOR SALE -- Whltetaee stocker calves, heifers and steers, good Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE--2-bedroom home, Bendix, hot water heater. Reasonable terms, $4,950. Phone 831. FOR SALE by owner, 30-acre ranch, on blacktop road; 3- bedroom modern home; kin- dergarten and school bus by door; community club, Boy Scout, and Sunday School or- ganizations; 12 acres pasture, berries, garden, and orchard; good soil, no rocks; year-'round spring trout creek on property with water rights for irrigation and fish pond, easy to dam; plans for dam and fish pond available; over 75,000 market- able timber not cutover land. Located 4% miles from Arling- ton, on fog - free Arlington Heights. Priced for quick sale. Terms Priced for quick sale. Because o! space limitations, and problems of makeup in get- ting the paper to press, it is often found necessary to omit church aotices. We regret this, but be- lieve the necessary announce- ments can be published each ~veek if the following rules are followed: Announcements to contain on- Iy: Name of church, address, name of pastor, time of service ~nd sermon subject. All notices to be in Times office by 2 p.m, Phone 247J3. ruesd s. For Rent Formerly Arlington Cash Feed Furnished Apt. for 2 days work Store in home. No washing or iron- Silvana and Lakewoed Parish The Lutheran Free Church i O. J Haukeness, pastor Silvana--- Local Herds High In May Tests The herds belonging to Ruth- erfor.~ Klein, Ar mgton. C R. Ce- d,'r.~reen Snohomish and John i Klein. A=rysvllle, were leaders m Itho ,:iff.e:eilt herd size groups for !,',ve~'age production of butterfat for lhe month of May. according ~o 1he re~:ort of the Snohemish County Dairy lIerd Improvement , ;_ociation for that month. Sr~--ll Herds Mr. Klein's herd of 10 cows had an average of 1295 pounds of m!!k and 61.8 t)ounds of fat for the month. Other herds in that small group included those of W D. Larson, East Stanwood. 11 cows and an average of 1190 pounds of milk and a fat average of 55.5 pounds Robert Miller. Snohomish, with a herd of 14 cows, had an average of 1370 pounds of milk and 52,8 pounds of fat. Medium Herds Mr. Cedergreen's herd of 32 cows had an average of 1064 pounds of milk and 54.2 pounds of fat for the month Other herds in this medium sized group in- ing. Phone 533 or call at 109 Sunday, June 14fh -- LutherSIGNED AND SEALED IN CAUSE OF DAIRYING. Governor Arthur eluded those of Louis Albert, Maple St., Arlington. League 8 p.m. Mrs. John Lungs- B. Langlie signs proclamation declaring June as "Dairy Month" in Stanwood. 21 cows, with an aver- quality.Phone Mt. Vernon Cottage for Rent--Single bed, in- joen and Mrs. John Mickelson the State of Washington. Lending official support are H. G. Anderson age of 1252 pounds of milk and for Sale, 27 ft. 7193. ner spring and box mattress will serve. ~ . #left~ of Veradale Waahin~on:(~hairman "June is Dairy Month," and 53.6 pouads of fat Elmer Klein, shower and toilet, --" ' ' ~'" ' ' AUCTION SALE every Saturday; for sale. Good as new-- bar-I Monday, June 15th -- Choir .g~o nmdnhl ,i~ht~ .~tnt~ nir~etor of A~rlculture " I Sllvana, 20 cows and a milk aver- etc. See at 909 poultry and misc hems, 10 "again. 908 Fifth St., Arlington. practice 8 p.m. - ............... -""-' ......... " {age of 1097 pounds and a fat ne 2264. m dairy cows, beef young, 7. .......... ~q. ~,,~nieho~ ILakewood- , OLYMPIA, Wash, June I ] goodness at its best" to encourage i average of 522 pounds. stock, ho~s and sheep 12 noon. o ~,~, ........ t~. Am~lt~ ] Sunday, June 14th -- Sundayl What is so rare as a day m Junelgreater farm producton and t ILa~e Herds ~sts for sale; 25c. ~ ,.- ............... j ................. FARMERS AUCTION SALE ~ ~,~,,~h ....n ph~np a13 I School 10 g.m. Luther League 81 . . without fresh milk? Governer[promote a better pubhc under- I Mr. John Klein s herd of 53 R 2 (5 miles out ~ .............................. r SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON, -- ~ IP'm- Mrs. Alvin Martmson andl Arthur B. Langhe and 53 c~ty]standmg of the dmry mdust y and [cws had an average of 965 road, then right on Owner, Auctioneer Furmshed' one bedroom apart-[Mrs. Hjalmer Hughes will I mayors have taken official means I its products. , ]pounds of milk and 51.9 pounds le road). ~~ merit for rent--J40.00. Phnel-- I of reminding citizens of Washing-] "We find Washington people ]of fat, Harold Fjarlie, East Stun- Shingles, $600. w~n~e(l 1414 [ Our Savior's ~.uthemn Church I ton to appreciate the privilege of [ heartily willing," Anderson said, ! wood, had a herd of 59 cows that ..................... :------~--~-[Burke & Newberry living in a state which provides "to join with other communities averaged 1548 pounds of milk Shingles, $5.00. ~ . ~iv~.~u~ ..... ~1~|T]~ ~,tEdwin Sandvi% ouster I such a bountiful supply of milk,] throughout the state in stimulating iand 51.5 pounds of fat, and Wash. tre the best grade. ~eno your nvesmc~ ~o ~eauie kal,t|r4$ ~, & SON Phone 2051 on lvmnaays .... YV, [ Stor-~ Hour .~- Studv~ Hour forl butter,,, cheese and ice cream.,, I local observances to acquaint the ] State Reformatory, Monroe, had a Get the market urice Call col Strawberry nickers wanted Willlchildren and adults at 9:45 a.m. June is Dairy Month is an an-I public with food facts upon which I herd of 59 cows that averaged - " -- ,- " ........ ~ ~ .~ . ;+hi ,,, o~ ,,~ ............. si~.. hro,,~h~/pnysicians nu~ri~ioms~s ana smen- 11463 hounds of milk. and 505 t Upholstery. Get a lect Marysvllle 4180 lck" u at Fountainstarting worsmp ~ervlce a ...................................., ~ . ,,, . ~- Of seat covers today. ~.,^,m r~m~P~ P,,...~ ~P ~.~a ~ ,~ ~,~'~]Holy Communion Sermon text:t ~o the public by the Washington] trots agree. He explamedthat June ]pounds of fat for the month. : Fiber $15.79; Mas- "~ ................ ...................... ' ............. Dair'" Industr-" The ..archment~ is me ~ime wnen cows' mu~ xs ncn- Individuals arsh ........ ,,u~ z~.~o-~-~. ~ #. v R 5, Arhngton Kellogg M i i h qastic, $21.50; Regal, " ......... s .... --" .... -- STRAWBERRY PICKERS wanted.I " I proclamation prepared for thelest and.~ost plentful, n t eefm- I In the individual lactation ba- :o fit plastic, $31.50. FLOYD E. HEADLEY $150 per crate Transportation[silvana.Lakewood I Governor s signature carries theIes~ conomon zor making ce Cr ~ Isis production classes, Lloyd Bar- )f colors. Coast-to- Cash LivestoCk Buyer can be arranged. Call 242W5.1~.uthdran Parish I message that 'dairy products arelbutter an~ .c.neese ana,,ev.apo a~e [ker, Snohomish, had a two-year- L1 nsed nd B nded bl cedar stum 1 mos~ nu~rmonauy Mu~ aces "ce a o First place So. "g P~ ~ ~ .......... ast~r I vital to the heath and economic[ .... .... [old that gave 15314 pounds of R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb) on ttighway 99. [~;~" T'~/h':~'~' ~'~'~,,~. I welfare of all residents of the[ more ~or me numan ~.ooy any I milk arid 546.2 pounds of fa~t. He Phone 273J3. Arlington Exchange ~ ...... / .............. ~'" ~ . ". J"t'~" ~.. I .qtate and that June ~95o,, ,,~o~'~ ~,~-^~'-,omer ~nown ~ooa ana aces ~ more , umo ............... uau another in ma~ age )ur choice now only _ " - - ~VA~ llEI~---'_~,ucl< an_ ~.ractor re ~ .~unoay, June 1~i-~--11 a.m., ~k]iI set aside as a tribute to the dairy[cheaply" Research has shown that [group that gave 15845 pounds of e,~.,~,~w~,,~-~e, pairing--all makes all moo [vine services ~peclai mus c I. _ . ~ older persons need to consume ne ............ . ' " maustry mng an(/:~l t) pounos oI Iaz ~I~_~V|~_.~ els. International - Harvestel]lnvlted. ~ " [same amounts of dair" foods as " " " " ~MMER'S ....... d~aler. [First Lutheran, Lakewood: I-I. G. Anderson, chairman "June] .~_rowing children" ~ [.~.[nwthe.,t~hre~e'yea~.ld~,grup' "-Reject or rough ply- LAND CLEARING and bulldoz~ EARL WEBER PONTIAC ] Sunday', June 14 -- SundayI is ,airy Month' sai.a coopera~!ng[" Statistics show the State of eting, 5/16, %, ~/z and ............... Uhone ~lSchool Picnic at the Lake. Chil- sponsors.oK me acuvlw are ene]washington as one of the nation's I,~ ,~nt...,n