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) " 2, THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGT()N WAStlINGTON, THURS[ A, J ULY 1!)53. PAGE SEVEN I Real Estate and Seed Livestocl FOR-SALE--7-room nuuse ant ..... I bath, furnished, 2 lots. Price(: all you want, n ~or ~ale I for quick sale. Phone 1723:549 i. $3.80 per cwt. CHIl;KS CHICKS CHICKS I Gilman. ~ON- Phone 2051 Hampshires, Barred Rock Cross,I For Rent ~Wa_a~~ Parmenters and all other pop-[~. ........ ular breeds. $'19.00 _oer 100. i~urnlsnea Apartment 1or rent ~TED.~n- ARLINGTON FEED ] Call 1642 after 8 p.m. & FARM SUPPLY [~ ~YSville. Formerly Arlington Cash Feed [ LLUllllflih WANTED Store l STOCK AUC ;i o Courteous Service poultry and misc. items, 10 ..... ..... :Everett Bayview9549 m.; dairy cows, beef, youngl oy mas.ter talmrs, featuring llld Byproducts, Inc. stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon.[ many imported ~.~oolens, .$55 I, Everett, Wash. FARMERS AUCTION SALE, I ano ~bo, at genney s in Arnng- SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON,] to n.__~ Owner, Auctioneer. [FOR SALE--Poll Parrot and Sta~ ------------~,v---=--, I Brana Shoes for all the fam- ~TI~M, overnaui, line- wan~ea [ ily. Reasonably priced. Expert etting; wheel bal~ncI *+~+~~'/~v.~,_,,.x~ Shop.She repairing. Arlington Shoe akes. Weber Pont" , Send your hvestock to Seattle [ ............. - ................. - on Mondays. [ L'g~D TI-][~ ILilrlllll~ Get the market price. Call col- [ KqJl~ |l~ |lqL,/IVlLJI~ RIVE.AWAY PLAN. lect Marysville 4180. ] ~~ now. New Buicks !acs Weber Pontiac. CLAUD DUTTON m [See us nox~ for unfinished furni- }1. " R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Mars5 ]ture, corner cupboards, window ~~1 seat beds anU bookcase heac ORK~ Brake drum FLOYD E. HEADLEY ] board. Several sizes of chests Cash Livestock Buyer [ vanity tablo t, ato l~.blP ,~r,~'' ~lyinder head grind- Licensed and Bonded 1 af tabl "~'~ ~-'o ~xr"~'i*nel and piston work. ' I e " e a,~'u :,,~,:.-d:',,~ ,n- ~'retail a u t o and R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb)] Furniture Store ~. Arlington Auto Phone 273J3 Arlington Exchange/ ..... ~-- ~one 941. -'~_-_"-_-~'-_'-_'~ ................. |LAWNMOWERS snarpened, hanoi ~DI~|~I~'{~ [ saw filing. Phone 344. H. !~:i" SALE ---~--~--~--I~lPk V l~]g,i~ [[ nore,Senff'Arlington.Crner Second and Le. LOTTIE'S BEAUTY PARLOR [,,r ,,~ ~. Marshall & North: Open . /wally loung !lb. Turn left first Monday Through Saturoay ..... Phone 1573 A :Community hall go- - olnted Asst. Arlington Heights After 6 call 53~ PP Bauer Bring con [Manager P. U. D. I -20 month Holstein Sales and S rvice I tificially bred to white Television and radio repair. OuII Shen first of year. G. work is guaranteed. Packard rail_ca east of Bryant~ Bell and Emerson sale~. [ standing oats for sil-OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE I ae hay, grass. Emil Phone 1484 - Arlington [ R. 4, quarter mile l~x~i-ce-Station. Registerea Guernsey bulls, readyI for service, guaranteed breed-] 8E-OUT PRICE ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low] er mattress box spring prices. , ; also Homerest mat- Valley Gem Farms, Arlington spring, special price. and box, regular gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone FURNITURE STORE 1314. Arlington C o n c r e t e d%,er, also sever- loaders. Hamburg Mt. separator, milk Products. and cans. H tp ' machine. Buy 0oint cheap. Call 13W2. APPLIANCES ---One Meyers hay Complete Residential and Com- me-~ial Wiring, Contracting, Motor and Appliance Repair. BRACY ELECTRIC Phone 201 new nine. hay rake. Wa- ~ck. $75 for both or cow or heifer and Henry Wilson, (sville 4217. Lenore St. Grocery (Formerly Pulliam's) Location: On Lenore just off Third, beyond Catholic Church. ingles, $6.00. , , Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ngles. $5.00. [ Every Day, Including Sunday the best gra~e. [ ~~LE--Y---- SON Phone 2051 [ Teacher of Piano "~[Beginners and advanced pupils seat covers today.[ accepted. Fiber $15.79; Mas-] Available for piano solos lastic, $21.50; Regal,[ and accompaniments. fit plastic, $31.50.[ R. 5, Arlington; Phone 273J3 colors. Coast,to-, SA'-~~ I N~G ngton. [ WELL! I will clean, put in 16- .~-~.] inch pipe, at $2.00 ft., plus la- ne 3512. [ bur and gravel. Will dig 12-in. holes at $8.00 foot, pipe furn- ~eject or r~[ ished, anywhere on the flat; ing, 5/16, %, ~ and] good for irrigation; 5-inch up at mill. Arling-[ holes, $6.00 foot. Also handle & Plywood Co. [ Fairbanks-Morse submergable TELEVISION, tops[ pump. E. W. Lewis, Phone WC Lowest in price.[ 1365. Arlington. ! D--0----~U~- low Milker milks faster, cannot fir millwood for cause mastitis. It's gentle, loads. Phone or to Red, c/o Union Prompt deliv- Pumice Building 8". Pumice Chim- Phone 1314. Ar- Products. Pekingese, couple. Mrs. G. B. c/o Westover Apart- 1205. Freezers. line before Coast-to-Coast, At- swinging action makes the cow smile as you milk her. We in- stall, and carry in stock all parts and supplies. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington. Phone 54. ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Guernsey Holstein Jersey Hereford Shorthorn worn? Put on a Arlington 2141 Top Radio & TV Service guarantee, $19.10;: Radio tubes and repair. Tole. $23.75. Coast-to i vision service. All service work guaranteed. load 15inch WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY upholstery cov- yard. Coast-to- Electrical pickers. Northwest now SIGNS---Complete sign service: SERVICE - CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir- ing.--Lighting Fixtures -- Ap- pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. HALL Phone 2042 406 So. French l ,ay. Buckley's, Ar- Truck lettering, Highway bul- Phone 254Wl. letins, show cards. Art Signs, Art Brownlow, located at COd- Sliced wire bales. O-Co. Mill. Shop phene 1674} 2600. home, 2854. IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. Insurance - Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and Automobile an~ tractor re- all mod. - Harvester PONTIAC baling. Call Lynn Phone Peoples 2111 hone 184J4. A RT--'i-F'~I~ C NCE Breed artificially to production proven sires only. Breeding fee $6.00. No membership fees. the Midway. El- Golden Charm Proven Sire Set- Piece dance band vice. E in new Bryant Phone Arlington 3281 every Saturday H--~yes~ music. Refresh- ing, cutting, and wrapping. Free pickup on beef. Locker beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo South Camano 36q8 evenings, Arlington 3401. night, July Adm. $1.00. SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred Davis, 109 S. Olympic Phone 1562. ARMCO IRRIGATION SYSTEM ELECTRIC Arrange for factory-engineered it in on installation through your deal- or Remington at hr. DRUG W'INKES HARDWARE Phone 643 Arlington First Fire Engine sisco HEIGHTS Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. ~L. .... I~_... _~- '---~ ~:~.~ ~ ......... Telephone 2117 I$~Fillrl-[Irl4 ~r; & 5" .... ~-.~ Mr and Mrs J D Patch were v..;-..-..o:--- /~I:'!~.::::;: :~: topper guests 'of" Mr" anl Mrs. * -- /" ~ John Patch on Sunday evening. __ / : ~ Mr.s. Orrin Underwood is ill at " ~ ~ her home. She is not allowed to i~.~-~r~mi ~ - " ..... :~ ~ have visitors We ~ish her a } : , .... * , ,. r ~" i \: ~- 'i speedy recovery. [~~~ ~ ~l Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Johnson of ]l~ ! " 1 Everett called on Mr. and Mrs. ~.~ ~ 1 P.W. Vanasche on Thursday. " - \~ 1 Fether% Day guests at the J. D. o! space limitations,, ~ ~ :~;~ Patch home were Mr and Mrs and problems of m~keu m get . i~ ,~.~ . " P." " I ~ Albert Patch of Marysvllle and ting the paper to press, it. ssofte~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Givin and [ouna necessary ro omlr cnurc. I family of Mt Vernon ~i;tvi~es~heWen~ce~e;:t thi~' b:ut b:] While ose carts had been, two h,,avy c A group from (l~e Carnation ........ be -~u?l'-'~'--~ ~--* [purchase( previously the first which carrie church conducted services at -=,:,~. ,-27 . .. v y,,~-~-~. ..... I fire enffi: ~ for Arlfn~ton. "The l the cv inder Sisco Heights hall on Friday yee~ ,~.xne zmmwmg rule~ arlChemic~1 oictured above was the c]iemic~ evening. A potluck lunch was "ouowea .... , served . " . . . . I purchase,at a cost of $750 m water, press - ,. . , ~nnouncemenxs xo .contain on.[July 190~ It was enlinned with] force the wa Mrs. Phnnp aorgenson ano t . r4ame oI c urcn, aaaress| ~ ___._~__~_ chfldron ~r~ .~nondinc, tho ,,m aame o~ pasxor, ume of servicel ~ ~.. r [ f~a ~T ! ,mer at their ,,lace here ,nd sermvn subject. All notice: I evergreen ota[e raft [uarence l eison, I ..... "o be in Times office by 2 p.m [~ 11 ~, {, , . ~. " _ It~ r~ . . ...... rue . I honor rmneers I Lakewood. uccumbs It,. IL and Army --~ Lakew C.J. Gunderson chairman of * Silvoma and oed Parish [ ~.. . ' . t Clarence Nelson 56 of Lake- Teach held Feedln the ~en[ennml Comrmttee cf the The Lutheran Free Church [ .... . ]wood passed away on' Saturday O. J. Haukeness, pastor [Evergreen State Fair, is laying[lane'27 at the Arlington hosp]: The U. S. Army and the State Bible camp at Lutherland, [~lans with other pionee~ citizens tal. Fu'nerai services were held Department of Civil Defense are south of Seattle, from SundaY[to honor nioneers o~ K;n~. Sl~o-[Tuesday at the Shaffer Funeral cooperating .in setting up an evening, Jmy 5th,to Sunuay [,~._: ~. "~ ,~.~ ::~....,~' ,, ~[Parlors Marysvi!te, interment be- emergency field feeding school July 12th i~um~m,, ~,u ~,,~,~ ~um,~v~. ~ ~. in~ in 'the Marvsville cemetery to oe held at Fort Lewis, July 22 Silv-ana-- [his plan to ho}d a big reunion onlRe~v. O. J. HaUk'eness. pastor o'f to24. Sunday, July 5th--Divine wor/Sunday, September 13th, at thc ILutheran Free Church, Silvana- . E. Barbey, state Civil De- fense director announced today ship 11 a.m. ........ ao o~,z---2- ^-+~,.,-lLakewood narish, officiated " " , Lakewood-- [~"L2n~.~ie~i-:~''' ...... ":'~"~] Mr Nelson had resided in the that Civil Defense persons at- Sunday, July 5th--Divine wor-!=~" g " n oe lnvl[eo rClLakewood~district ~in0~ ~on~ ~T~ tending the school will return to ship 9:45 a.m. I~ke the principal address for[i .....v~v,~ ~,~,~ ~ ,'~''~'~',~ their communities to establish s occa_ on. Mr. Gunderson ].lat home" four sons Marvin Ken' classes for training Clvll Defense Catholic Chun:h ' planning to have proper musical ,~t~ q~'~ .... .~ ', ..... .~' ~,o~ mass feeding personnel. Father James H. Deady, pastor entertainment to. fit with the ~'~is~a~t~gr"'l~els~'e~son .... The course is open to key Civil Sundav Massses: ]theme of the Centennial meet-/ ~ ' .. " Defense feeding personnel from Arhngton--9 a.m. every Sun-[ ng. It ~s his hopes that chows]_ _ Oregon, Idaho and Montana a.s day t from various col]eges and schools l| |] |] r~r~ | ~ ~|l | | ~|] |~r~ well as from Washington, Barbe 5t'anwood~8 and 9 a.m. ever~ ] ,vill be present to take part in/lM.~t~l~ll~l||P||,l-~ said. " -" " ' he -ro-ram Pro-er reco-nition ~ t m | | P'IWl | ~ qll |l | | IkW ...... bunuay, p g . p g , , , -- ~ ~ for ieemng large numbers c _._____ [ i 1 be n to the oldest pio./ o ~ ,-, p rsons during disasters, partiei v 7 ~bow "I]hlilll~'q'['q~lllllll'qlll'll~dlllill e "hristian Science J~eer of this district and also tollll|Mv~ I[|AIl~hllrllnllrY pants will learn how to prepar "'~n~t Ch~rch ol Ch ist Sment' [ he oldest living married couple ]~ll~i~ra~ l'lJ-~kLl~L~l~, meals without water, electrieit ', " , r , - ~ .