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* TtIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1953. PAGE HTS. Richardson, corr. Woody is spending month's vacation at of her mother. Mrs. Wold, and is redecor- fresh paint Mrs. Wold is able to the lame foot a little baking light bread last t , Wins Trip Sally Woody are in visiting an aunt, Woody. Mary Jo ~anied by Mrs. Ev- Everett, as cha- by plane Tuesday California. Congrat- go out to Mary Jo, who trip by naming a cake contest. VICTORIA ! Mrs. Lynn Danielson, corresoondent. Mrs. Robert Kuhnhausen ha uests on her birthday Wednes- day. They were Mrs. Alfred Han- sen, Judy and Penny, of East Stanwood, Mrs. Allan Janice and children Donna and Ken of Bry- ant, Mrs. Ledbetter, Mrs. Alfred Schei, Steven and Roxie, Mrs. Frank Pigort, Mrs. Clarence An- derson and son Rickie, all of this community. Saturday luncheon guests at the Kuhnhausen home were Mr.: and Mrs. Jack Anderson and boys i of Everett. The same afternoon and overnight guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zedwick of Portland. Mrs. Zedwick is a niece of Mrs. Kuhnhausen. Surprise Party Sunday, a surprise party was Brown, who has been given in honor of the birthdays the summer with her of Carl Carlson of Bryant and here, is at home in Se- Chuck Kuhnhausen's 21st birth- few days and gave a last week for Bey- who will be married early in Sep- Mrs. Roy Thomp- the shower and week-end in Seattle. from the Heights the shower. McKenzie is Ar- eights' representative [.A. Anyone having a fruits or vegetables or bring them to McKenzie returned lday afternoon, having weeks' vacation in Mrs. Kenneth Planque Sunday visitors at ue home. goes out to the in the tragic teir little granddaugh- Jo Swanson. Walls gave a par~y Thirteen wives from the Ra- day at Maple Grove at the beach cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhnhausen, Jr., and Chuck. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Traulson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Olander and son Frank, all of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carlson, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson and children, all of Bryant; Mr. and Mrs. A1. fred Hansen, Judy and Penny, of East Stanwood, Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Schei, Steven and Roxie, Joe and Shirley Benecke, the Kuhnhausens Jr., and Sr., and Chuck Kuhnhausen. The group enjoyed potluck lunch and boat- ing in the afternoon. Sunday afternoon guests at the Harry Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Koon and De- lores and Marvin of Everett. On Saturday evening the Hansens had visited at the Roscoe Barry home at Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kappell and family enjoyed a two day trip to Wenatchee last week as Mr. Kappell was on vacation. Sunday dinner guests at the Erling Brekhus home were Mr. and Mrs. John Brekhus of Sil- vana. FERTILIZER DEMONSTR&TION--An unplanned demonstra- tion on the value of fertilizer, is that pictured above, where the fertilizer missed on the 4th row, on Loren Lorenzen farm. Photo taken July 27, 1953. Progress on The Farm CONSERVATION NOTES There can be but little doubt of the progress made by Snohomish County Farmers this year. The good crops and improvements are in evidence everywhere. one entire, tow of corn was left unfertilized before it was dis. covered. This week the fertilized corn was about two feet in height and a deep green color. The un. Pierson and Mr. E. Childs of Arlington Friday at Woodland tn Kron, David and Dot- Mrs..John R. Chris- Marilee were Sunday at the Roy Richard- Marilee remained for visit with her grand- Spencer and Mrs. and children of Sno- Tuesday visiting Hurn of Concrete and s. Roy Lenhart, Har- CarlsOn and A1- went on a tour of ashington, leaving Fri- Sunday eve- stopped for an over- Mr. and Mrs. An- in Wenatchee. Mr. ;companied them on of the trip to Cou- ef Joseph dams. e Kennedjs are re- live in Arlington. Wel- folks. Saunders, Chicago, Visitor at the Guy Kel- this week-end. Miss and Mrs. Kelley were while taking nurses' Reese Train- in 1918 and had not ~ther since. at the Lloyd Hartley Mrs. Hartley's sister, Rojiski, and son. 1ken several scenic around the Olympic and to Mt. Rainier. 'anson, home on fur- Lewis, had a se- Sunday, while the Lake Goodwin and Dan Johnson car with him. Meet- car, Richard too far, hitting the the road, and los- of the car, which hit e, completely demol- The boys miracu- without injury, a few scratches and Mrs. W. R. Buckl~y homes of their chil- Sunday. Iowa Taylors received a Wednesday eve. ung them that old years stand- at the H. V. e in Marysville. The in and spent sev- with Mr. and and family Ia. The Taylors at Fort Des Dirks is enjoying be- again and is able to day at a time. Mrs. has been assist- a couple of days t family, Albert Bruseth, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Flones and son Marvin, and on Friday birthday greetings were brought by the Birthday Club. Also, on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Pitts, Darrel and Diana, of Bellingham, re- fertilized row was a scant foot in height and a sallow green col- or with a tinge of yellow. Oc- casionally a farmer is found who relies soley on manures for fer- ttlizatkon but mostly the "Doubt- ing Tol~nases'' have passed by the board. Land Clearing There has been a great deal of valuable farm land cleared for about three acres. In the North Fork valley, E. A. Forrister, near Whitehorse clear- ed about fifteen acres. More than ten of the fifteen acres is of Land Capability I. Marvin Green of the same vicinity is clearing about four acres of No. I land this week. Mr. Whitson of Hazel plans clearing about four acres next week. . Considerable new clearing is in ~vidence in the Grandview, Ced- arvale Loop and Verda Heights communities. Earlier this year W. F. Peterson, C. A. Sheppard, Lyle Stuart and E. E. Brendemuhl ~leared new land. Sprinkler irrigation in West- / GUARANTEE +' Full Road Hazard Warranty in writing. plus a Written Guarantee of Workmanship - and Materials! ver "lose a mile'- when you ride on Seiberling tires. You ne BERLING Rubber Compa0y makes good unused The SEI ' - -rmal road hazards such as mileage lost due to any ot me no blowouts, bruises, cuts, breaks, etc. NO TIME LIMIT on this guarantee.., it holds good for the CONVENIENT full life of your tire as determined by the depth of the original non-skid design on the tread. And. regardless of where you TERM j bought your SEIBERLING tires, ANY SEIBERLING DEAL. AVAILABLE ER is authorized to fulfill the terms of this warranty. Come in f. ...... today and see these tires with the "full coverage" warranty . .. the re " ' ,n t'" y America s F" es. PHONE 381 ARLINGTON has set up an elec- in the rear of the Christianson, who in the D. V. B. S. at Hall this week, has her entire time in this type of work. r late husband for- raissionaries in Ju- Olympic & Maple I Goat Hunting LicenseSetlat $5:50face of appl'ieations received to date for mountain goat hunting per. mits, prospective ~oat hunters appear to have better chances to receive permits in the public drawings to be held after the ap- plications are in Game Depart- ment hands. Only a few more days remain in which to submit applications for the goat permits~ since the who draw permits will be re- quired to purchase the new goat hunting seal at $5.50 before hunting, as established by the state legislature at its last ses- sion. July, August and September. Many farmers have also found sprinkler irrigation of benefit as a conveyor of ~ertilizer. Curtis Holland of the Arlington Heights community completed his well and was test pumping this week. This is the latest of the many ir- rigation systems this year. Recei.ving Alvin L. Becktell Security Aboard Bremerton + three million retired FAR EAST (FHTNC) --Aboard wage earners and retired self- the heavy cruiser USS Bremer- employed persons and over two ton in Korean waters is Alvin L. and a half million dependents Beektell, yeoman third elas,s, and survivors are now receiving[USN, son of Mrs. Ann Beektell o[ monthly social security benefits, a415 Olympic Ave., and husband William L. Matthews, managerlof Mrs. June R. Beektell of 51(I of the Everett social security of-IHigh St., all of Arlington, Wash. flee, announced today. In 171 The Bremerton on her second: years the program has steadily,tourl of combat duty in Korea expanded and its insurance ben- efits are now being paid to about three per cent of our total popu- ing questions about the old-age and survivors insurance protec- tion to call at the City Hall dur- ing the hours of 10 a.m. to 12:00 Noon next Tuesday, August 18. u JACK PEARCE BUYS GUERNSEY SIRE Peterborough, N. H. -- Jack Pearce, East Stanwood, Wash., has just purchased the young Guernsey sire, Green Acres Prog- ress Dan, from Joe Benecke, East Stanwood, Wash. This young bull is out of the cow Valley Pride's Evelyn and is sired by Riverview General's Honey Boy. blasted Communist coastal ports and fortifications. Strikes from Wonsan to the northern border, and escort duty with Task Force 77 were all part of the job assigned the cruiser. During occasional brief rest periods, the crew have had the opportunity+ to see many of Ja- pan's ancient shrines and histor- ical landmarks. The Bremerton recently re- turned from a goodwill visit to_ Manila, P. I. No. 23448 NOTICE OF IIEARING FINAL RlglN~ig'r AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State c~ Washington, for Snohomish ~un~ in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIA]~ H. MEYER, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that+ Ivan ~. Meyer, executor of the estate of Wllll~m~ H. Meyer, deceased, has filed In the O~- lice of the Clerk of said Court his fl~l report and petition for dlstrlbu~o~a. asking the Court to settle said reIxla't,. distribute the property to the Derson~ thereto entitled and to discharge tJ~le said executor and that said report. ~nd petition wlll be heard on the Uth da~ of September, 1953. at 1:30 p.m., at the Court Room of ~he Probate Departmen& of said Court, at which time and Dlaee any person interested in said ~state may appear and file obJectlon~ theceto and contest the same. Dated thls 3rd clay of August+ 1953. (SEAL) ANDERS ANDERSEN, Clerk of Court. By Edna Jernlgan, Deputy. DOBSON. HOUSER & DOBSON. ~t- torneys for Estate, Brendel Bull~n~. Renton, Washington. LAUERMAN OP TOME TRIS T BAyview 9015 2612 Colby Avenue Everett, Washington SEIBERLINfi for the price of I price your second tire you at regular price. NOT 3rd line tires! This written guarantee holds good for the life of the tire. The Seiberling Rubber Company "makes good" unused mileage lost due to any of the normal road hazards such as breaks, cuts, bruises, etc. And... regardless of where you buy your Seiberling tires . . . ANY Seiberling dealer from coast to coast is 'authorized to fulfill the terms of this warranty'. We'll be glad to tell you more about this "full coverage" guarantee... e Don't put it off -- tear out this ad as a remlnderl PHONE 381 Olympic & Maple ARLINGTON I I I I I ~ I III I II I I )