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) ,0"o THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, TttURS1 AY, JULY 16, 1. oo. PAGE SEVEN 1 R 1 E Fnerl " " li . ea state M.M. Mohr, pastor . U a Services1Andrew Fjar e, | I Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion- ~_ A|. Ir [it',. / ~* - - [ ~ '~ I -~. . lal services 11 a.m. Iror AliCe yaara I tanwooa noneer, and Seed Livestock [ for ale ~.~hlIr~l]eB Prayer Service Wednesday, at ........ , .... I ..... ___~_ .~ ~ / I ~" , ,Q.nn .~ ] rulu-~Ja ser~mes were nel(] onju....^.. ~. A--- w] all you want, n ~or ~ale /FOR SALE---Four-room modern[ 0"~'~" ~.~,.~t.~n ......... ~]Tuesday, July 14, at the Gospel~|~3c~ /'it 2"~ Ol . $3.80 per ewt. FOR SAaE~eow fresh/ huse:.~re~cently^papered..andl , ~ Burke'a'nd~"T1cott"at~'gea~(l oft#t.alL2(~i~gt~]frtAlli, c efVaara,] Andrew Fjarlie 81 retired E. & SON - Phone 2051 , l/aliltgu, c,~,u~u ,a,=~. pu ~ Li " , ........... - . wlth 2nd elf July 13th, $150.[ with stationery tubs. Room fort ~~ Lincoln bridge. [cident on Thursday, July 9, when]Stanwd farmer, and Stflla- a:~ha~ rcalpn ~nutson, t~. ~, Arimgton.[ bedroom upstairs. Garage, barn,I |l~b,~r~ 41 B-~tio* "h. r~'- ]she fell under the wheels of aiduamish valley pioneer, died sud- direct from field. Val- c,~n~T,-~ r'~T~'~ C~TC~'~ [ chmken house own water sup-I |~~q][F~ ] r~ihlo ~t,,dv nnd ~o " o .~nn truck and was crushed, jdenly Friday afternoon at his Farms. Phone 54. Hamnshires~- , Barred Rock Cross,[ ~,~../,v,.,~ ~ 2,,=,~,,_ ..... " I. day afternoon .... 2"30 to 3"30 for ~v~r ~eorge ~ampbell, of Van- ,home at 2004 Grand Ave.. Ever- ~7~ted Parmenters and all other pop-I rlng~on. A_~}er ~ .call uarrlng-I j~~ a few weeks, by Rev. Rogers of couver, B. C. was speaker at t.helett. e 1 to,, Mlytl 2 b,dwx , service, m[ermen[ was inAr .... ular breeds. $19.00 p r 00. [ .... I |[~ E erett ..... [ Mr. Fjarhe was born m Nor- NTED. M. Jansha Tan- ARLINGTON FEED J FOR SALE--Recently remodeled lArlington and Lakewo~l --------- lzng[.on cemetery. I,vay March 30, 1872, and came to & FARM SUPPLY I 2-bedroom house Livin= room,lMethodist Churches Church of ]cans Cbrtst, Alice was one of several child-lEast Stanwood in 1893. He was a~ ~rysville. Formerly Arlington Cash Feed ~ dining room, cabinet ~itchen IJ. P. Porter, minister, o~ Latter Day Saints ren, wards of the county welfare!charter member of the Sons of WAN.TED Store I dinette" wired for ran=e waterl Morning worship at Arlington Sunday School 10 a rn at V.F office who are being cared for at lNorway Lodge at Silvana ~~ ' ~ ' " " h ' ~ ~ *" " DEAD ~TOCK aTTC~r~ ~a,~ ....... ~t,,~ .... I heater, utility with tubs; part]ll:00. Evening worship at Lake- W. hall.. ...... ~e Steenfarm. near Arhngton.t Mr. Fjarlie retired from farm- :, Courteous Service ..... .'Y ..... W-" Y-~'.~. .... 2"2"z'i basement -ara~,e 309 South!wood at 8 O'CLOCK. ~isco neignxs uommuniw t, nurch ~ne, logemer Wlin Jonnny b[een in,~ 1"1 vpnr~ .qtrn .q}]rvivir~er rp|~ poultry an(] mlsc Hems Iu a] [ " 6' ears old it seems b .-~, ~--- t, Everett Bayview 9549 " ~ ~" " " ' "'~" -- ~ ................ - ~. .~ .................. Olvm lC Phone 1282 Sermon The Power of VlSlOn George Eylander, pastor ., y , grabbed "v " " " " ,, " da, w b =f ~,,, . P .~ . , . il cs include his widow Marie, at und Byproducts, Inc. .,... y ,~u ~, v ,s s] ~ Bible study every Wednesdav Sunday School at 10 a.m. onto the rear of the bed of a truck hnmo" ~n ...... ~ .... ,n .. v...~ STOCK, nods ann sneep. z noon. :- , ~ ' - driv ........ ' ~..~ ~,,, ,,~,,~,,~ ~ ,~.uu~- 51, Everett, Wash. ,~ ................ o~, ~ S2-BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE]8 p. m. at Lakewood, every Sunday services at 11 a.m. Eve- en by Don Kazen, 28, ,when,ak Alaska' tw~ d~,,~ht,~r= Mr= o~,,,-,~,,o,, ,, =,,~=,,~c,-,~,~ ~ for sale, Wl ed for electrlclThursday 8 p. m. at Arhngton. nlng services at 7 p.m. Vehmle entered the Steen]Willard Schidleman of Tacoma ORSALE ~,~n~,,:,o: r. ~. ~ .......... I stove, has hot water tank, 6[----------- Free transportation, farm, where Don was helping[and Mrs Jo,~ w .... t~ ,,f ^,,i.,,, t)wner, Aucuoneer. wi .' " .......... ' "" ~*'"'~" ] 1ots--$3.100. Located in Dar-]~,~ g~vi~r'a Luthern~ ~h-reh -- th the haying. She and the[,,,, f ..... a~h .... ,,~ .... ~ ,2o~ Wanted ~ rington Phone Edmonds 462 I~urkea'n~t-~ewberr.7 ..... DARRINGTON CHURCHES" boy hung from the bed of thel ~L. .... %..y.....~.2~ ....... ~,o~ E--Wood furnace, in ~ " " / Y " - _ ........ ~.~tanwooo Arn[ o~ l acorns, lvar --~ - - ~rucg Ior a snort way untll1[ - ndition, 30-In. firebox, ~ i~(~ ~AT.~ q ~nt nt'W~m m~n,.h] Edwm Sandvlg, Pastor D~rington Methodist Church ...... =; }of Vancouver, B. C., and Liner of ......... -- .................... , . ~ nearea tne oarn. inere t~azen . . asing, with blower and LIVESTOCK I f~ci-= ha,, an main rnad .~1 .i Story and study hour at 9.45 a. O. I. Borseth, pastor .......... INorway, two sisters, Mrs. Bertha -s - z ..... , -, ~toppeo an(] put Ine truck in re ; Send your livestock to Seattle [ ~,~,, ~_ ..,d ~^, ........ ,V,m/m Worship service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 10 a m 'Worship ...... :~ Fjarlie of East Stanwood and Iat control. L. Banns- uv, ul Will ~Ull bUp~:~l~.tU. VVlll " " verse to PaCK it U [O unloa(] ". ake Goodwin. Phone on Mondays.. .... I build a house to suit customer;iLuther League delegates to speak II a.m., evening service 7:30 p.m ........... P ,Mrs. lldra K]ol of Norway; one ~et the mar~e( price. ~ali col- will fin nee 40 er cent ifiCongregational meeting at 11:30 __ ' ~u,,c mmuer. Igrandson Bruce Schidelman of [le 5250, or E. I-L How- lect Marysville 4180. ,,,~,~,~,~ a~,,, ~ mp~u,,, ~uo [a. m. r',o,^,,,. -!, .... I, ,n,,,,,,,^,,~ Johnny Steen hopped free of Tacoma 'and numerous nieces ~raatic dealer, Marys- , ....................... , ..... - ................ x ....... ~----, t h ' CLAUD DUTTON , - " " l ........ he truck but L e little g~rl fellland nephews t5, or 4350. woos. . mass every ~atur(]ay at u a.m. R. 5, Arhngton - Kellogg Marsh __~] Sflvana.Lakewood -- and the left dual wheel passedt Fun,~ral servio,~ w,~re h,~ld ~--"----'-'- I V ........ For Rent Lutheran Parish o er her head as the truck was ,~-Singing canaries, ~-rtavr~ ~. ~'Arw~v , [ Calvary Pentecostal ......... ]Tuesday at the Gunderson chapel ..~3u ~. **~,~ oacK ' ~d" dark. Also cages. Cash Livestock Buyer ~.: ~'--22"-- [ J. H. Myrwang, pastor. Darrington ~eq up, el.usnmg her s~ull., tin East Stanwood. Interment was cage. 129 So. Lenore, Licensed and Bonded l-l~U~,~ ~tgl~ l~t~rqT, t:an u~, or[_ Zion Luthera~SllvanaTzThurs- Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn- M~.nean]~ s~v(VlV~Clr2Yene~Tpar~n]~lin the Anderson cemetery. ~k~_~sh" R;5. Arlington !.N. of Edgeeomb)I o_t,,. _____~[c~Yr:hU~rlZuGn~sUaUP. e~me~0ry on ing worship, 11; e.hi!dren's Caiifornia, a i~rother, Francis Jr.,IAr---~ene~~lali~r PICK lots Of Northwest . -- " , " [ ~,ndav July 26 .ln.20 a m "Di- .. -^ " in Caltforhia, three sisters, Mable[grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin rnone Z lGJ6 Arnng~on ~xcnange FOR RENT 3 room house with cnurcn ~ p m, evangensuc ser ies, 10c lb. Buckley, ................ t,~n,t.s~~ -~l shower, kitchen oil range. LO-'vine'serv~ces.~ ....... vice ~:Gu p.m. of R. 1 Arlington, and Judy andlVaara of Astoria, Ore. eaten efl(] oI ~rencn Ave., near~ -- " Heights. P h o n e ~V|~ ,.,~,,~t,, rnad Phone Bavvlew" ....... First Lutheran, Lakewood-- The Church of God of Prophecy ~---_-----.-~___ , ~0~4-~verett ~ ~ [bunoay, 19, 10:3o a. m. Ul- Commercial Ave. and Cascade St. IG, straw baling, com- RUTH M. HEADLEY ............ vine services. Darrington, Wash. shing Inquire Homer Teacher of Piano Sunday, July 26, 7:30 p. m. All LET S ALL PLAN TO SUPPORT OUR ,3558 or Murphy Feed Beginners and advanced pupils CLOTHING young people's meeting. J.R. Rainwater, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- F, AMOUS GENTRY SUITS railore~ to your measurements by master tailors. Featuring many imported woolens, $55 and ?)65, at Penney's in Arling- ton. $700. Lee McKernan, R. 4, Ar- lington, Phone 258J2. -~RONT SYSTEM. overnm~t lin~- up, and setting; wheel balanc- ing. all makes. Weber Pontiac, Arlington. FOR SALE--1952 Dodge % ton PRICE mattress, box spring also Homerest mat- spring, special price. and box, regular , FURNITURE STORE 1.00. Bring contain- Pearson, south end on county road. 3 Shingles, $5.00. tare the best grade. & SON Phone 2051 Upholstery. Get a seat covers today. Fiber $15.79; Mas- accepted. Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5. Arlington; Phone 273J3 Open Monday Through Saturday Phone 1573 After 6 call 505 Sales Service Television and radio repair. Ouz work is guaranteed. Packard Bell and Emerson sales. OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 - Arlington Silvana and Lakewood Parish ing Worship 11. Evening Wor- Lutheran Free Church ship 7:30. Wednesday, prayer meeting, O. J. Haukeness, Pastor. 7:30 p.m. Silvana. Sunday, July 19. Lu- Friday, Young People's Service ther League at 8 p.m. (V. L. B.) 7:30. Lakewood. Sunday, July 19. ---------- . Services at Lake Goodwin 11 a. m. First Baptist Church -- Darrington, Wash. ~hristtan Science Chas. F. Brown, pastor First ChurGh of Christ, Scient- ist, Fourth and Dunham streets. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 11a.m.B.Y.F. 7 p.m. Preaching Sunday School 11 a.m. Sun. service 8 p.m. .:lay Service 11 a.m. Mid-week service Thursday Wednesday testimonial meet- night, 7:45 o'clock. ing 8 p.m. Readingp.m.,room, Church edifice, -- ..------..--. 1 1 open Monday 2to 4 p.m. and Order Closes Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 to 7:45 except legal hoD. l ore. Arch- ways. The subject of the Lesson-Ser- Thirteen high fire risk areas rrmn for Sunday, July 19, is: within the Mt. Baker Ntional For- "Life." est have "been closed to public Golden text: John 5:26. As the use, effective midnight, July 10. ~.~ C["I:IJ Night Father hath life in himself; so Closures are necessary to protect ~ Big DC[ys $ hath he given to the Son to have areas of extra heavy fire hazard, life in himself especially where large timber cutting operations are in pro. f I-ii- | Catholic Church dress. The closed areas are all or cnmrramrnenr Father James H. Deady, pastor posted along roads nd trails. Any- Sunday Massses: one with a genuine reason for Arlington--9 a.m. every Sun- entering the closed areas may ap- day. ply for permit at the nearest Stanwood---8 and 9 a.m. every ranger or guard station. Reerea- Sunday. tionists will find little interfer- --------- ence with their normal pursuits. Assembly of God Church They will find practically all Rev. V. Delgatty, pastor trails and favored recreation Sunday Services: 9:45 a.m., areas open. Campfire permits Sunday School Rally. 11 a.m., are necessary except at larger de- morning service. 8 p.m., evening veloped campgrounds, and smok- service. ' ling while traveling is prohibited Wednesday---8:00, Youth Ser-lexcept oh surfaced highways. vice. I --------------o Friday--8:00, Prayer and Bible Times emsslZled ads ge~ ~e Study. suits Phone 493. Plastic, $21.50; Regal, for service, guaranteed breed- to ][it plastic, $31.50. ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low of colors. Coast-to- prices. ,rli gton. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington L~ ',-KBERRIES --" Yo~ H~~~ a lb. Thomas Miettin- ing, cutting, and wrapping. on Sunde road, '/s mile Free pickup, On beef. Locker ~ryant. ,_.___~ beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo ~---Reiect or rough ply- 3648 evenings, Arlington 3401. eetin~, 5/16, %, b~ and ~ept-~c T-~nl~s_2~-o--5-~ ick up at mill. Arling- gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, bet 8~ Plywood Co. ] Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone 1314. ArlingtonC o n c r e t e if), alder or fir; .kilnl Products. Swings, fir sawdust..[ ~ishe'r." Phone 247W2. 1~~ Arrange for factory-engineered ~t TELEVISION, tops installation through your deal- ] ty. Lowest in price, er. "Coast, Arlington.[ WINKES HARDWARE ~Strawberry hallocks. Phone 643 Arlington Son. Phone 95. ~-+ .... ~rd load 15-inch mii'l , 322W2. APPLIANCES Complete Residential and Com- ~. me-~ial Wiring, Contracting, pickup with extras. Fluid drive, Nylon Jiffy top. Phone Marysville 4175 or write Elroy Morgan, R. 2, Marysville. ~ACTORY DRIVE-AWAY PLAN: Available now. New Buicks and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac. Phone 1501. Free Dance at the Midway. El- three-piece dance band. BENEFIT DANCE in new Bryant -------- Grange hall every Saturday night. Union music. Refresh. ments. WILL BUY Wild blackberries, 25e; Blackcaps, 25e; Oregon Grapes, 12c. Pick off stem. ard line before Mmov and Appliance Repair. Hunter & Son, Arlington. I ...... " I ' Coast-to-Coast, Ar- BRACT ELECTRIC WANTED-- Raspberry pickers. ! ! Phone 201 ~d~-ng ~.~ ~v~ ~u. ~,~ ~ Phone 2641 Granite Falls, 1st I ~ ~//~~ ! house west from Rainbow trout I ' I 6 ,8 . Pumice Chim- farm s. Phone 1314. Ar-(Formerly Pulliam's) WANTED---TrucK an*! *-ractor re ' /}/ / , ncrete Products. Location: On Lenore just off paUlng--all makes, all mod- ~ ],"~Ot~O'~t ~g~?~ Third, beyond Catholic Church els. International - Harveste~ ~ t - 600. 0 oo .9am to90m Every Day, Including Sunday EARL WEBER PONTIAC ,, ~o. guarantee, $19.10; a., $23.75. Coast-to- L ~_______~ ngton. - ARTIFICIA~ BREEDING WANTED WEEDERS, experienc-[ -~----- ---""--'----~'~--- ed adult strawberry weeders,I ~a r i her . a ~ STIC upholstery coy- Guerns~ 'Holstein with own, transportation. E.I 0 per yard. Coast-to- Y~ Bedrick, Granite Falls; Phone] ,ngton. Jersey Hereford WILL BUY Wild Blackberries,[ TH~ HOME huckleberries, salal berries, al-J , der berries, Oregon Grape, ] ilking Black Caps. Hunter & Son.[ Ig.tER~Phone 344) H. ~ Shorthorn ~--~TED__Haybaling. CallLynn[i "o " , ~~/~ CUC/~/ ~ner Sbcond and Le. Arlington 2141 Rosenbach. Phone 184J4. [ ngton. DO YOU KNOW that the Mar- WANTED---12 strawberry pickers.[ \ low Milker milks faster, cannot Earl Wood, R. 4, Kaekmanl tgton . Phone 1344 cause mastitis. It's gentle, road. Phone 259J5. [ UGH CLEANERS swinging action makes the cow , for ' smile as you milk her. We in- WANTED--Homes for 3 Spaniel | ?ERPROOFING stall, and carry in stock all pups, just weaned. Free. Rob-[ No 23424 parts and supplies. Valley Gem ert Fleming, R. 3, Arlington,] ! i' ~~ " [EARINO FINAL REPORT Farms, Arlington. Phone 54.near Oso. Evenings around 6,[ DN FOR DISTRIBUTION .or Court o, the o, Nc MENT$opI iii , In and for the County of . ~ .,: .~ ..... Radio tubes and repair, Tele- AND,f theDeceased.Estate of ALBERTA vision service. All service work I:..,] reby given that Milton . guaranteed. nlStrator of the aoove en- WESTERN AUTO SUPPL~ TH~TNGTON SHOE SH | ~s filed hls Final Report "'i ~"~-~--~-~--~, ~ I I i ..... ~~ ~or Distribution of the ~~ will be closed from July 27| .. through Aug. 8. Call at Barber| ~ld~ estate,reportandandthepetittonttme foris Breed artificially to production Shop for shoes. [ Y, the 31st day of July, proven sires only. Breeding fee O'clock p.m., in Depart-$6.00. NO membership fees. NOTICE---Theatre Beauty Shop[ the abve entitled curt' Glden Charm Proven Sire Ser" will be clsed July 20 t Aug" 4' |,[ i ! ~~ !! ~*iii!ii art, upon such hearing ..... - ....... - ..... ~:-~,~,~,,~[ / ~g[~ )rove the report, distrlb- vice. ~he;y tOfeetheofheir theentltledattorneyst Phone Arlington 3281 Teenagers In ,trator. discharge the ad- SEPTIC TANK puml~ing. Fred d exonerate the suret, Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone Civil Defense [ Strator's bond. 1562. th day of June, 1953. Plans are nearing completion[ ... IN POWER AND I .... IN STYLE I ... IN EASE OF ~ . "- . IN ECONOMY 'DERSEN,court. ByClerkHarryIlValk,the ~ to bring teen-age boys and girls| :EWS and JOSEPH P. "SERVI~CE - CONTRACTING throughout Washington into the[ PERFORMANCE ~ AND LUXURY ~ DRIVING ! AND VALUE ~ POPULARITY Civil Defense disaster prepared-| ! , I , , Attorneys for Admlnis- Commercial & ResMential Wir- ness program, according to D. E. [ Chevrolet's, entirely new I The sleek, low-slung ! Entirely new Power- ~ Chevrolet now brings I Again this year-as in mPle Avenue, Arlington, ind.--Lighting Fixtures -- Ap- Barbey, state .Civil Defense di-i l lb-h.p. Blue-Flame" ! beauty of this fine new [ glide automatic trans- ~ you the most impor- ! every single postwar ,,.lb.. July 2. 1953. pliance Repair and Service. rector 1 | e ine (teamed with' car provides one more ' mission, with fastertant gain in gasoline ! year--more people are ~ongnerglide*) is the [ reason for Chevrolet's I getaway and greater I economy in its historyl | buying Chevrolets than DUI~., July 16, 1953. LEO G. HALL TO acquaint the boys and girlsl . I . . i TO CREDITORS Phone 2042 406 So. French with Civil Defense tasks that | mostpowcrful~ m the I" truly, amazing popular- I economy, chmmatcs the I And, you save substan- | any other car. In fact, No. ~39,5 ~ _ ~ come with any ~erious disaster,] low-pnce field. In gear- ! ,ty. The new Fisher Body , clutch pedal completely. ! tial amounts on over- [ ~SrteOffi~o~r?~;rafi?e~ Court of the Sta~e oz Barbey said that the State Wo-| shift models, you get I provides roomy luxuri- I And Chcvrolet's new ! all upkeep, too. Yet aand For the County of Truck lettering, Highway bul- the advanced 108-h.p. I ous interiors, modern ap- [ Power Steering* does ] with all ~ts wonderhfl | over 25% ahead of the letins, show cards. Art Signs, men's Civil Defense Council is[ :~ the Estate of Karolius Art Brownlow, located at Ced- preparing a booklet outlining the [ "TIvift-King" engine. ! pointments and colorful, [ 80% of the work . . . ] new things, Chevrolet ] ~ond-place car. Nearly Both give brilliant new ~ fine-fabric upholstery . ~ lets you squeeze-in or ~ remains the lowest _ 2 million morn people ed. }Y given that the under- O-Co. Mill. Shop phone 1674; Civil Defense roles young people[ performance and greater ~ " that can be matched only I out of tight spaces with ! priced line in the low.I now drive Chevrolets ~n appointed and have home, 2854. may fill. [ economy. , ~ in costlier cars. I wonderful new ease. I price fieldl ! than any other make. cutors of the estate of deceased; that all per- ~ Dr. Ruth Radir, of Washington[ State College, extension 4-H Club [ I ! I , *O~tto.,g.t ,xt,~ o.. C,.. ~Is against said deceased R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. specialist, is chairman of a com-] " /~"i~~i~ bi.~zio, olPo~,r~M~mto. ired to serve the same, marie tra~t~r~}s$}o~ 4.J sald executors or their " - Insurance . mittee compiling information I MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVRoLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAll| n~.,.~. "m.-.,.,', .. ord at the address be- Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw from sl~ch youth organizations as [ ~/., ~,,~/,~/, o. "r,~o- fil~ the same with the Fire and Automobile 4-H clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, i ~,," ,,d B~t ,~, m~,/, oMy. Powtr Steering is lrt. together with proof and Camp Fire Girls for use in [ ,,~],~/e o~ ~11 rood#Is. WithinpublicationSiX monthSof thisafterno- ~ Phone Peoples 2111 the teen-age Civil Defense pro.| N I()TOI ( =o FOR TRADE gram. I ~ARTm HOmAL Barbey said this material will[ compiled at a meeting of the| and Joseph P. rneys tor me~utor~. RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on state Civil Defense Women's Ad-[ Arlington, Washing- a new Schick or Remington at visory Council which will be in[ July 15, 1953. JOHNSON DRUG meeting Saturday, August 8, inJ " ARL_NGTON, PHONIe. 871 W~ ~ 1~r ~ July 30, 1953. Arlington Seattle. %