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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,INGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURSDAY, JULY 23, 1953. & PAGE SEVEN Real Estate and Seed Livestock For Sale new crop baled oat For Sale FOR SALE--Two bedroom house a ton. R• ^Tw~,mc~ ~ ~^,~, ~C~T~T~'r~.I wired for range, floor furnace "~'~-~T~*' da'~ul"2~87~a~*'1~l well kept yard Easy terms un ues y J y R. 2, 5 miles out on a.m., I will sell, on my farm o-t -----~• -------- d. " ' ' 1 Phone 3304 ~--H~y,e~m-~lxe-d-; eated 1~ miles east of Snoho-lFOR SALE--4-room house 4 lots es, 20%~e lb.; U-pick mish on old Stevens Pass High-I close in; $3200. 131 Hailer Avel kberries, 10c lb. Thos. way, 35 head large HolsteinIFred Scranton. Phone 2011. L, R. 4, on Sunde road, heifers due to freshenfrom] -- -- east Bryant. Phone August 1st to Oct. 25th. I REAL ESTATE CALF MILK SAV- This is a fine it at. Hunter & 20[,,1. all you want, n $3.80 per cwt. SON t Phooe 2051 string baled hay from field. Val- Phone 54. Raised from a herd of dairy Wanted cows which originated from Carnation breeding in 1929 on one of the most exclusive, larg- est. most modern dairy farms in Western Washington, the home of an accredited T.B. and Bangs free herd of 140 heavy producing cows having been under D.H.I.A. test for 20 years. In 1951, 120 cows produced an average of over 524 lbs. of b.f. which topped the record for Snohomish County, and during the last three years 130 cows L._ your farm shoes now and save 1Ke new ' 1 ra at ...... ~,~,~, during our July C ea nee ~1 ~ ~l~r~ HAMMER'S 9--~-C~-- ton ~~~ • , . • • CHIt;KS t~HICKS CHICKS lO, nearer--,~,600 Hampshires, Barred Rock Cross, • Phone 2234. Par,enters and all other pop- ~2 ular breeds. $19.00 per 100. n t tell from a new ARLINGTON FEED & FARM SUPPLY COAST STORE Formerly Arlington Cash Feed ~r __________ __SStore bottom plow. Al: AUCTION SALE every Saturday; Call Marysville col- poultry and misc. items, 10 a. m.; dairy'-cows, beef, young stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. lex ironer ior sale, FARMERS AUCTION SALE, can.De used as extra SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON, wnKe-- reasoname. Owner Auctioneer - Eff Wanted tess shoes now and g the July Clearance Send your livestock to Seattle AMMER'~ on Mondays• ....... Get the marxet price. Call col- 2-wheel trailer. Good lect Marysville 4180. CLAUD DUTTON O-COAST STORE R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh "-~in'~-'ging canaries~ ----FL---O~D. E.----~I~EADLEY----- dark. Also cages, t~asil t~lvestocK l~uyer tee. 129 So. Len~re Licensed and Bonded Wash. 'R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb) ..... Phone 273J3 Arlington Exchange e a s--~ o m p I e t e -_-~-_-_-~-..-_-..-=_-=_-_-=_--_-_-_- ings, 2 mattresses, guard rail--Very WANTED Ask about this--A good buy for quick sale--3-bedroom dwell- ing on about 2 acres, barn and outbuildings. Located on paved highway two miles S. of Ar- lington. W. H. Fowler Agency. FOR SALE--Four-room modern t, use, recently papered and painted, enclosed back porch with stationery tubs. Room for bedroom upstairs. Garage, barn, chicken house, own water sup- ply. Located 1 mile So. of Dar- rington. After 5 call Darring- Concrete Septic TanKs, 265 to 500 attorneys of record, at the address be- gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, low stated, and file the same with the clerk of said court, together with proof complete. Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone of such service, within six months after Arlington. WANTED--2 ladies for part time1314. 'Arlington C o n c r e t e the date of first publication of this no- .... work 3 or 4 evenings a week-- Products• rice or the same will be barred. LEO HOIDAL, straw Oallng, corn n In uire Homer $10.00 per evening. Car neces- ~RRIGATION SYSTEM ~ Executors. g" -q . sary. Write Mrs. Shirley Torah- MARTIN HOIDAL -~8 or Murphy Feed son, Fortson, Wash. Arrange Ior factory-engineered j. p. Mathews and Joseph P. I~~ installation through your deal- Mathews, Jr.. Attorneys for Executors. er. 315 Olympic Ave., ArUngtoo, Washing- ~.lngles, ~.ou. Phone Darrington 596. WINKES HARDWARE ton. t$hg0r~ de. . Date of 1st Pub., July 16, Ju~Iy 20" ti~gel%S~s ~T~io-~e-re Phone 643 Arlfngton Date 0f last 1953. SON Phone 2051 pairing--all mares, all rood- ~---- -~- els. International - Harvester a.L~.,t,l.~t,c,~ov NOTlCE Upholstery. Get a dealer WHEREAS, a petition has been filed !F~eat covers today• EARI~ WEBER PONTIAC APPLIANCES with the Town Council Of the Town of iber $15.79; Mas- ~~ Complete Residential and Corn- Arlington, praying that the boundaries of said town be altered by including astic. $21.50; Regal, WANTEI)---Hay baling. Call Lynni me-~ial Wiring, Contracting, therein, and' annexing thereto, certain fit plastic, $3150 Rosenbach. Phone ~_84J4. Motor and Appliance Repair. real property lying contiguous to the colors. Coast-'to~ BRACY ELECTRIC ToWnlows: of Arlington, described as fol- ngton. ______ DANCE Phone 201 That portion of the south half of the northw t quar r of the .o h- eject or rough ply- ------------~1.Jenorek.~.(.yrocery west quarter of section 12, Town- ng, 5/16, %, ½ and l Free Dance at the ivlioway. ,a- ship 31 North, Range 5 East, W. M., up at mill. Arling-! mer's three-piece dance band.(Formerly Pull#am's) Snol~omlsh County, Washington, & Plywood Co. ~t Location: On Lenore just off adeScribedpoint on as~thef°ll°ws:southBeginningline of theat Third, beyond Catholic Church. northwest quarter of the northwest Pumice Building Grange hall every Saturday Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. quarter; whence the southwest cor- 8". Pumice Chim- night. Union music.Refresh. Every Day, Including Sunday ner of the northwest quarter of the Phone 1314. Ar- ments. ------------ northweSt quarter of Section 12, bears South 88°14'24" West, 130.79 Products• ARTIFICIAL feet; thence along said south line North 88°14'24'' East, 644.58 fee~; thence North 6°18'05" East, 600A3 Ranges, Freezers. FOR THE H01~ ~BREEDING Guernspy~ Holsteinfeet; thence North 89°20'25" West, ,nard line before LAW'N-MO--W~~and Ls~..~ . 461.40 feet; thence South 4°29'20" Jerse" E~..~~ ~. . - I WeSt, 131.99 feet; thence North Coast-to-Coast, Ar-saw filing. Phone 344. H. # ~ neremrol 89007'34" west, 199.76 feet to the 'JES gettlng'~rlpe. Senff, corner Second and Le- ~~~~ ]l t~iclan°rtheastAdditionC°rner Ofto platArlington,,;of "Pa- • J. R. Puckett. Ph. nore, Arlington. " :" ~ . I thence South 4°29'26" West, 495,22 ~'~[,4~r Milklngl feet to point of beginning. SUB- 1~m~ • ~hnvthnrn[ tion and maintenance of a trans- ~k ] ....... | mission line over the east 25 feet, ~S'-H--0P . ..~'~. .... [which described premises comprlse the • trnngton zlal , [ land included in the plat of "Pied will be closed from July 27 ~.~[Piper Heights," of record in Snohemtsh GENTRY SUITS through Aug. 8. Call at Barber ~o x~tJ l,~l~tgw mat tne ~vtar-] county, Washington, which petition lOW milker milks faster, cannot[wasslgned by the owners of all the Your measurements Shop for shoes. : o~,,~,~ rns~titl~ rt'd c~antla [land included in said description be- tailors. Featuring ~ "~"--'~'~. " .... .~f .... ".~" _~ ...... | lng owners of more than 75% in v'alue, Irted woolens, $55 l~-~l[~lr~D TRADE SWl.nglng acnon makes the COWI according to the assessed valuation for smile as you milk her. We in-]general taxation, of said property, •nd Penney's in Arling- stall, and carry in stock all WHEREAS, Chapter 128, Laws of 1945 ~~~ ns.¢e a.~l ..... lia~ xr~lla., ~_.~lof the State of Washington provides ......... ]t t a hearing be held on said petition LABORERS -- buy RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on ~arms, Arnngton. rnone ~. [ for annexation now and save a new Schick or Remington at ~~------v-----. ~ NOW, THEREFORE, in accordS.nee Clearance at JOHNSON DRUG aam a iv erwce [with the provislol~ of said act. notice Arlington . ~..~^ ...... +..~. .... a .... ~. m~.l~_ ~[is hereby~ ne*agiVena~ tHatene Towna publiCrtanhearingTown ~ vlsion service. All servlce WOrE lof Arlington, on Monday, the 10th day ,guarameeu. [of August, 1953, at the hour of 8:00 xxr~'~'~D~ Arvrr~ c*~r.v Io'cloek PM at which time ahd place ton Sta-e$~ ...... [ n~eres~eu persons may appear and . AD~T~TOrA. D~'~r~T~XW~ #voice approval or disapproval of the -- . .. | nnexatl~n Breed artificially to proaucuon~ Dated- : • - ! duly 13 1953 oroven sires only. Breeuing ~ee~ ROB~. " r I RT MURPHY Ma:; er ~6.00. No membership fees. Attest: ' " " Service Golden Charm Proven Sire Ser- WpLh MOORMAN, Clerk. .' vice. vu~. July. 23, 1953. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our kind friends and neighbors for their kindness shown us during the re~ cent sad tragedy resulting in the death of little Alice Vaara. Also for the beautiful flowers.- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Steen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kazen. CALL FOR BIDS Bid~ will be received by the Arlington Soard of School Direc- tors for renewal of Liability In- surance policies as follows: 1. Employers Liability. 2. Comprehensive General Liability. a. Premises; b. Products; c• Automotive; d• Teachers Liability. All bids must be in the office7 of the Eoard of Directors by noon| August 10th. | The Board reserves the right to| reject any or all bids. | Agencies may contact the of.| ton 732. Clyde Lewis. flee of the Superintendent for fur- M. Jansha Tan- have produced an average of ther particulars. 481 lbs. of b.f. and strictly ma- 2-BEDROOM MCDERN HOUSE Here they are--the darlings of the pool and of the Aqua Fol- ~. ................. chine milked. STOCK These 35 vaccinated heifers are for sale, wired for electric lies--the "A~ua D,~ar~ nf ~o~q,,, 'Ph,~ a,~,,~ ~,~n~o ~..~u{.~.., ~_, ~.~ ~t.)Al'~l) UP 191~Lt2"IUI~ UI~ m 1 a h~ ................ "~ * ............ ~ ............ " SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 16 • stove, has hot water tank, 6 us'c 1 to igh]ight the Seattle Seafair again this sea~on, will be ....... • ~erma ~viorrls clerk Courteous Service grades, well developed, ma- lots--$3.100. Located in Dar- presented July 30 through August 12 in the Aqua Theatre on , • ,Everett Bayview 9549 tured, of excellent quality and choice foundation stock• Visit rington. Phone Edmonds 462.Green Lake, Seattle,,under the sponsorship of Greater Seattle, Inc. Date of 1st pub., July 23, 1953. nd Byproducts, Inc. The Aqua Dears wit} combine their talents in four magnifi-Date of last pub., July 30, 1953. the farm any time; sale held ~ cent new productions-- Aqua Fashions'--'Carnival in Rio"--I t, Ever'ett, Wash. under shelter; lunch served on ..... Aqua Shrangri-la"--"Club Aqua '53." CALL FOR BIDS )RSALE r grounds; OWNER, PETE VAN FOR RENT--2-bedroom upstairs Solo performances in diving and swimming will be staged by Notice is hereby given, that the SOEST, Phone 6688. AUCTION- furnished apartment, refrigera, the top stars in the water world--Vicki Draves and Ann Curtis ellBoard, of. D!rectbrs of Arlingt.on EER, F. L. SWENSON, Phone tor and elec. range. Close in. Olympic Games fame . . . Bruce Harlan, outstanding title-holder l~.cnool ~ls[rlct l~o.lp,Wlll rece.~ve both sweet and sou , 3733. ~' priced. Roy Ander- 28~ Phone Arlington 2845 or Gran- . . . Charlie Diehl, Hobie Billingsley, Tommy Thompson.[OlaS 1or me sale oI me Ionowlng ite Falls 2855. Singing and daflcing features will add to the star-studded property, to wit: • Hts., 1½ mi. E. of show. • 1. The propery located in '. P P~hone 179J5. ers. Mrs. A. M. Call#son, R. 4, iArlington; Phone 312J5. SERVICES ~ ~ C lu m s First Addition, II%].%11~ f ~.)it II~lallll.,l..~ /11 , town of Arliin t "" - -Used ~~ ATTENTION ~R-S ~ b--uuy _.,; ....... /qt~J It ~./l~Jt%#||¥1L~ g on, mock Deluxe model ~% t)MP~,N 2, Lot 16, and north half of RUTH M HEADLEY " " " w men Te - • . ~.. Flnancmlly-lndependent o , FACTORY DRIVE-AWAY PLAN. Lot 15, including buildings acner oi mano -e " " " livin in new B "~ • o siring gracious g Available now. • New Buicks thereon. , egl mers and advanced pupils- " ........ attle ..... nome to oe Punt in be and Pontiacs. Weber Pontiac. The bids \viii be opened August --v . -.aecepteg" . , apply life-lease NOW* GoldenPhone 1501. 10th, 1953, 8 p.m., at the office A anaole lor piano SOLOS "~" " -" or 191~ Lowell and accompaniments. ~cle ~,ano~%~ o , ~ of the Board of Directors Wash- R. 5, Arlington; Phone 273J3 ._~'~"_'~*~- ['~- ............ .,~n and ¢~ttln~. x~h~ol h0]~,~ lngton School. All bids n~st be ................................. i-n~ "~'ii~r~'£b'W",;~ v~,~,~t~'~" received by the Clerk of the Boald LOTTIE'S BEAUTY PARLOR ~'~R gAl 17 kq.l {ngio'n".................... by noon, August 10th, in said of- Open ~.v~,~, L,, ,~ -~-~:2-'-~4-_=='-_'- .............. ---------.--.-- flee. Monday Through Saturday -------'------------ FORD TIMES FEATURES The board reserves the right Phone 1573 U PICK STRAWBERRIES, 10c lb. DECEPTION PASS to reject any and all bids. ^. c _~u -=~= Earl Wood, R 4 (Kackman Rd, Aft~. u ~,~,~ ooo 1 mi E of 99') " An American Road, in the Pa- BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF cifie Northwest. a painting by SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 TV and Radio b i -E g Rudolph Bundas, is a feature in Bertha Morris, Clerk. Sales and Servie containers. Three-quarters mi. west of Lake Goodwin, off the August issue of The Ford Date of 1st pub., July 23 1953. Times. ' Date of last pub., July 30, 1953. relevision and radio repair. Om blacktop three-quarters mile. work is guaranteed. Packard Kenneth Spencer. ~~o~_ ~~/~" Bell and Emerson sales. ~~-- .... ~ ~" "~n OLYM " ,ADI %ERVI CHERRIES--You pick 7c PIC R O ,. CE ..... . , • ....Phone 1484 - Arlington____. M,'s. Russell Brlnk,Farrington place. R. 4, old ~-1 ~ ~~, Registered Gnernsey bull~, ready------~.~-;RI@IDAIRI ~~. I for service guaranteed breed- ;'"*~-'~'~0."~396~ ....... ~' ers Rent, tIade or sell Low i o te of .' " • In the Super or Curt o~ tne Sta Valley Gem Farms Arlington Snohorr~lah. de~u~*'~Hftq'~0g ..... ~ ....... ' ....... ~ ....In the Matter of the Estate of Karolius Ha e i * ' - Holds1, Deceased. Elecffic Raise .~w ~-- ~. y s Pack ng Co Custom kill • -- " Notice is hereby given that the under-; ing, cutting and wrapping, signed have been appointed and have! ~_~'~"~_, Free pickup on beef. Locker qu•lified a~ executors of the estate of! beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo I sonsKar°liUShavingH°tdal'eisimsdeceased;against saidthatdeceasedall per- G|tlll~ omen ~oes ¢lettl~ i~ltlfoss~ 3648 evenings, Arlington 3401. are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on s~2d ex-cutors cr their Satety Courtesy WEEK DAY SCHEDULE Lv• EVERETT: a.~. 7:45 a.m. a 2:50 p.m. ~:45 p.m. 4:35 p.m, 5:00 p.m, 8:50 a.m. 5:45 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 6:45 p.m. hall, 1Z :25 p.m, l%~a. 2:00 p.m. SUNDAY SCHEDULE LV. EVERETT: 5:15 p.m. , 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 10:10 p.m. T:I5 p.m. 4:35 p.m. EVERETT.ARLINGTON.DARRINGTON NORTHBOUND -- ArL A.IT, Ever't Lv. Ever't Lv. Arl.: Arr. Dar.: z 12:00noon z V:45a.m. z 8:4Sa.m, z 9:55a.m. Sundays and Holidays and Normtown daily. On Monday, Wednesday and Fri- via Sunnyslde. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Phone Arlington 3281 SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone 562. Electrical SERVICE . CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir- ing.--Lighting Fixtures ---Ap- pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. HALL Phone 2042 406 So. French Truck lettering, Highway bul- letins, show cards. Art Signs, Art Brownlow, located at Ced- O-Co. Mill. Shop phone 1674; home, 2854. E R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phone Peddles 2111 ATTENTION LOGGERS --- buy your work shoes now and save during our July Clearance at HAMMER'S PASSENGER SER%qCE 8CHEDEL~ EFFEC'ITVE DECEMBER 15,, 1962 CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Poard of Directors of Arlington ~Tchool District No. 16, will re- ceive b!d~ for the delivery of fur- nace ell to the Oso and Silvana ~eboo~ during the school year 1953-54. on a total yearly amount of approximately 11,500 gallons, and stove oil to the Trafton School during said period for a total amount approximating 2,- 000 gallons. The bids will be opened Augt~st 10, 1953 at 8 p.m. at the office of the Eoard, Washington School. '~! bids must be received by the Clerk of the Board by noon, August 10th, in said office• The .Eeard reserves the right to reject any and all 5ids. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF SCttOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Bertha Morris. Clerk• Date of 1st pub., July 23, 1953. Date of last pub., July 30, 1953. 'O' CALL FOR BIDS Bids will be received until noon August 10th, 1953 for coal de]ivel•ed |o the bins of the Ar- lington Schools• Bid on not less than 250 tons, approximately 13,500 B.T.U. Not to exceed 7 per cent ash. l"xO" stoker coal, and or 1"x3/33 sto- ker coal• Above dry basis• The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Bertha Morris, Clerk. Date of 1st pub•, July 23, 1953. Date of last pub., July 30, 1953. O Times classified, ads get re- sults Phone 493. 7.4 Cu. Ft. _ With Full.Width uper Freezer Chestl Full-Width Hydratorl ~" ~.~1 Clock Control Plus These Features ! • Full-Width (hill Drawer Top Lamp • Full-width Super-Freezer • Quickube Ice Trays Full-width Storage Drawer Chesfl Lifetime Porcelain Finished • Full-width Hydrator! • Rust-resistant Shelves C*b|net and Ore. sam,., * Handy Shelves in dDoor| • Removable Hdf4heff • Quickube Ice Service • Shelves in the Door • Full-width Chill Dmwed • Powered by Meter-Miser • Porcelain Interior' • New, Smart Styling .... • Powered by Meter-Miser • Mechanism! '~'""I ~ " " Standard Model SS-74 I Built and Backed NOW PRICED ONLY $229.95 I-' M,r,,l Motors! Come see this Frigidairea'.built I M andbackedbyGeneralM t°rs"/ HENRYURRAY HENRY M U RRAY HENRY MURRAY| Your Arlingt.n Fri, hire St~re to all FRIGIDAIRE Users and Friends who come to our Saturday, July Your Arlington Frigidaire Store & 25th Week) .I