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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIlINGTON, TtlURSDAY, A[TG. 20, 1953. PAGE NINE S an4 Seed Livestock For Sale Rye $4.50 Graafstra, Phone Spring Lambs for Sale--Get one ton. for your locker. R. L. Currier, caned Abruzzi. R. 2 (5 miles out on Jordan growth for pasture or road). down. Valley Gem FOR SALE -- Young Guernsey Phone 54. cow. Will be fresh in a montn. John Lewis, Stillaguamish Waisted Country Club, R. 3, ArliRgton. M. Jansha Tan- FOR SALE--3-year-old Hereford bull; 1 large Spark oil heater, in good condition. S. V. Led- WANTED DEAD STOCK Courteous Service Everett Bayview 9549 nd Byproducts, Inc. Everett, Wash. FOR SALE ; V-8, 1940; Will take young stock Gust Zaretzke, Phone STOP! LOOK! better, 1A mi. west of Pap, Dar- rington road. Phone 3545. AUCTION SALE every Saturday; poultry and misc. items, 10 a. m.; dairy cows, beef, young stock, hogs and sheep, 12 noon. FARMERS AUCTION SALE SNOttOMISH. F. L. SWENSON Owner, Auctioneer. Wanted FLOYD E. HEADLEY Cash Livestock Buyer Licensed and Bonded new twins. The all new R. 5, Arlington - Kellogg Marsh AUtomatic washer and Phone 273J3, Arlington Exchange R. 5, Arlington (E. of Edgecomb) Real Estate FOR SALE or Rent -- 2 modern houses--one 5.room and bath, one 4-room and bath, newly redecorated. Near 5th and Al- cazar. Call 181W4. FOR SALE--Five weaner pigs, $12.50. J. D. Pierson, R. 3 (Dar- rington highway). FOR SALE--Recently remodeled 2-bedroom house. Living room, dining room, cabinet kitchen, dinette; wired for range, water heater, utility with tubs; part basement, garage. 309 South Olympic. Phone 1282. RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Available for piano solos and accompaniments. ,AST STORE Arlington LIVESTOCK Send your livestock to Seattle ~7 alder or fir. Also kiln on Mondays. tec rzcat lvings, fir sawdust. Ph. Get the market price. Call col- ~pvlc~ CC~TRadTT~JC'- r vill 4180 ......... " .............. lect M~Y?D LUTT()N Commercial & Residential Wir. ~, . ing.--Lighting Fixtures -- Ap- R 5, Arlington Kellogg Marsh d condition. New rub- " pliance Repair and Service. Phone 2713, Arlington. ~ LEO G. HALL Sleep LOST Phone 2042 406 So. French NEW--full size--fully ~ ~L~---~--K~ ~ed---~9.95. HenryMur- LOST--Rear wneel and tire tsize .. ~. "~-'.-- " - --- - ...... [ r~. z, :~,-r--~tanwoou, wash. 4.00x12) for sloe 1ellvery rake, Insurance agton. . . , - _ ........ - Arlington Heights area Re- IT SALE=-~ " IFarmers Mutual ot Enumclaw ward. Floyd Wagner, Phone] Fire and Automobile its r educedto $20.(D---._ 178==W?: ..... -~::==.==:==--I Phone Peoples 2111 HAMMER'S CLOTHING lj "Leno e St. Grocery S for sale or trade. ith, R. 1, Box 283A, (Formerly Pulliam's) Inquire at Sil- SCHOOL SHOES will last longer Location: On Lenore just off when they are Buster Browns Third, beyond Catholic Church. from Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. size---fine HAMMER'S Every Day, Including Sunday new -- $19.95. [urray, Arlington. BACK-TO-SC-~L--~ANS-- fa- L~ moss Texas Jeans, double vul. ARTIFICIA BREEDING 0uses, ~ canized knees--only $1.98 atGuernsp~~'~ Holstein ie enclosed yards on HAMMER'S ChiCkode waterers;~. Phone electriCMarys. SCH~~-CKS-fo~ng Jersey ~ Hereford i7, Fairbanks, Lakenowgirls-BuY$2.95HAMMER,satCinderella. Dresses, ~~'~~M ~-~ ~~r ~--- ilking lar( , or will sell out- ~ Shorthorn ~ds )artly built. Write railored to your measurements 3206 West 62nd, by master tailors. Featuring many imported woolens, $55 Arlington 2141 and $65, at Penney's in Arling- A LEONARD ton. Radio & TV Service FREEZER ...... ----~-~-~ ......... Radio tubes and repair. Tele Storage space. 18.3 as. AUTOMOTIVE vision service. All service worl." that takes no more guaranteed. 'rigerator. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY COAST STORE ~'ACTORY DRIVE-AWAY PLAN. -- Arlington Available now. New Buicks ARTIFICIAL BREEDING and Pontiacs.Weber Pontiac. Breed artificlany to proauction pod operating Phone 1501. proven sires only. Breeding fee everything OK ex- $6.00. No membership fees. complete. Hen- VRONT SYS'rEM, overhaul, line-- Golden Charm Proven Sire Set- Arlington. up, and setting; wheel balanc, vice. InK, all makes. Weber Pontiac Phone Arlington 3281 "SCHOOL SHOES---Poll Arlington. Star Brand. =========================== ..... SERVICES SHOE SHOP BULLDOZING OR CLEARING Harry Christler with large Ebey-Lake Riley Phone 2324. Arlington cabinet bed -- large nd new-- Terry Bunten, corr. TV and Radio i1 light finish--S109.95 Phone 307W2 Henry Murray, Ar- Guests at the Chas. aawsm Sales and Service home Sunday, Aug. 16th, were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holland of Cic- l'elevision and radio repair. Om any size, ero and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wal- work is guaranteed. Packard Graded. Bring con- lace and two children, Douglas Bell and Emerson sales. 22F21. Fred Mil- and Bobble, of Seattle. Mrs. Wal-OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE [and, Stanwood, Wash. lace is Mr. Lawson's daughter. Phone 1484- Arlington --- Case Model 6-A The Lawsons report having a Registerea Guernsey bulls, ready in good condition -- very line time on their trip last for service, guaranteed breed- LaConner 628. week to Lake Chelan and other era. Rent, trade or sell. Low places of interest in Eastern prices. .~rries for freez- Washington. VaIley Gem Farms. Arlington jams, jellies or Mrs. Sutton of Seattle was a pastrv. Order now week-end guest of her sister, Mrs. Hayes Packing Co.--Custom kill- Jell's, I~. 1, E. Stan- Lydia Bassford. ing, cutting, and wrapping. miles west of Hei- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pray were Free pickup on beef. Locker Sunday guests at the home of beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo FURNITURE--Good Mr. Pray's son, W. E. Pray of 3648 evenings, Arlington 3401. and easy terms "on Granite Falls. Concrete Septic TanKs, 265 to 500 Henry Murray, Arling- Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooper and gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Mrs. C. Lindqulst of Arlington: Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phol~e made a trip to Seattle Friday for 1314. Arlington C o n c r e t e 2 Shingle~, $6.00. M?. Cooper's medical checkup. Products. Shingles, $5.00. Mr. Cooper is slowly improving are the best grade, frbm his long illness. Mr. and ARMCO IRRIGATION SYSTEM & SON Phone 2051 Mrs. Cooper made a business trip Arrange for factory-engineered installation through your deal- buy any rifle scope to Snohomish Saturday. rifle scope al Mrs. Ralph Stuck and children er. 's Sport Store, 2 mi of Marysville came Thursday af-WINKES HARDWARE /sville. ternoon to visit the Walter Bun- Phone 643 Arlington ten's. In the evening Ralph came SEPTIC TANK pumping. Fred ect or rough ply. and all enjoyed a pleasant eve- Davis, 109 S.- Olympic. Phone 5/16, %, and ning and supper. Walter & Terry 1562. up at mill. Arling. Bunten made a business trip to SIGNS-Complete sign service: & Plywood Co. Everett Monday. Truck lettering, Highway bul- Pumice Building Callers this past week at the letins, show cards. Art Signs, 6",8", Pumice Chim. Bunten' home were, Friday eve- Phone 1314. Ar- ning, M(. and Mrs. O. S. C~tting Art Brownlow, located at Ced- Products.of Cathcart. They are old time O-Co. Mill. Shop phone 1674; friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bunten. home, 2854. Mrs. Geo. C. Dietz of Lake' Riley Hotpoint called Saturday afterhoon. Mr. ,and Mrs. W. J. Woll on ~Wednes- APPLIANCES RENT--2-bedroom day afternoon, and in the eve- Complete Residential and Com- ffurnished, by teacher ning Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jus. m~-'~ial Wiring, Contracting, Phone 2981 or 372. tice and little son.Henry Jack, Motor and Appliance Repair. 134 West and Mrs. Justice's aunt, Mrs. Car- BRACY ELECTRIC ington, ey; also Mr. and Mrs'. Carl Phone 201 Schmid and daughters Ursula and DO YOU KNOW that the Mar. wants modern Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wal- low Milker milks'faster, cannot 2 bedrooms. Call!ker called Friday afternoon. Mrs.cause mastitis. It's gentle. Bunten appreciates all her good swinging action makes the cow Jobs baling hay or neighbors in calling to find out smile as you milk her. We in- Jart Sesby 182W4. how she is--also all those friends stall, and carry in stock all who sent such lovely cards, parts and supplies. Valley Gem aria ~ractor re The Home Demonstration Club Farms, Arlington. Phone 54. makes, all rood- met at Dorothea Schmid's home Harvestei Wednesday. As the picnic that APPLIANCE REPAIR. For general was planned for the last Sunday appliance repair ana oil heater PONTIAC in uly wasn't held on account service, call Winkes Hardware. Phone 643. ~h.00 per hour. New of too much illness, another has one 101J1. been planned for some Sunday To Whom It May Concern: this month. If you want apples come and ~I~]LDE The hot weather this past week ask for them. Don't take them ~t was lilac hay weather so the night as you have in past. If Buntens put up some hay. Being caught, you will be prosecuted. THAT ELECTRIC chief cook and nurse for my MR. AND MRS. ED WHEELER, it in on mother and hired hand for my R. 4, Arlington, Wash. or Remington at Dad, I'm beginning to lead a rug- o DRUG ged life with two bosses. , A nice crop of oat hay was For DANCE made by Henry Friddle of Ar- lington Heights on the Ernest SHOVEL DRAGLINE Solberg farm this past week, or Hoe Work tn new Bryant o Call every Saturday ~ELL IT--If you have any artlch S.V. LEDBETTER ~ion music. Refresh- of furniture, not m use, try 6 Phone 3545 Arlington Times classified ad. .) [] Cicero-Trafton [ VICTORIA t Mrs. Lynn Danielson, I I Mrs~,!ver Engstrom t corresuondent 1] t'none 601J~ Sunday afternoon visitors at' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Speed ant the Joki home were Mr. and Mrs. uonna and Stan Husoy enjoyea Klos of Arlington (a week-end trip to Okanogan born some 18 years ago. guests Saturday and attenued Mr. and Mrs. Pigort visited at ~he Pioneer picnie with the Braz- the Clem Olson home in Everett eltons on Sunday. Thursday evening. Mrs. Rosie Sharp of Marysville Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elfstrom ~isited reeently with Mrs. Geo. called at the Harry Itansen home Taylor and the Brazeltons. Friday evening. Mrs. Ivar*Engstrom, Johanne Guests at the Pigort'home Sat- and Jimmy were guests Saturday urday-afternoon were Mr. and afternoon at a party in Eve1~ett Mrs Oliver of Oso. With them honoring carl Engstrom on nis were Mr. Oliver's father and 7th birthday. Carl returned with cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. them to spend a week in the eountry t kota. . . ,tthe Southern home where they Little Roxie Scr~ei, aaugh[er oi~ ............ ' ,; . spent tne mgnt oelore going on Mra; ~wdni!t~ ''-" "~ ' : ' . " rh:f!i:te~id!~edmC~ie~r~i ~Oh!~l~t:h~m ~o hun~a hOmU:er[:~ to spend e n , ,.. _; The Lloyd Casners are driving uarence monson anu aanle, m round 'n ~"- ....... a 1 a snazzy new Olasmo- Sllvana Mrs JaCK vryor, ~amy -.- " " " "" Mrs Olle and c W t%%eO eSO man : an i Jerry Garka a ompanied by ~en t=nrls ~p - , "" ~ Nor Grace Georgine and Annie Och- Sharon oI ueaarnome, ~Vlr - ' ........ "' nseth an~ Michael ofampaugn, orove over m waua man blmo Cl ..... ............ r Walla where they all spent the oVnm~g:rrMrSa'n~aYanPtP~)'~u~i~h" week-end with Velda and family. ~'' Y'~ " .......... : Mrs' Shirley Buchanan spent two ~anny, anu aommy ~c,e~, . Pat Fitch and Mrs Bob Kuhn weeks with her sister, Mrs. Floyd hausen. In the evening Roxie's Gibson, and family in St. Marys, grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Larson, Idaho. Her mother and brother and uncle Bill Kopp of Silvana Joe and family drove over last week to spend a very enjoyable brought greetings. Callers during the week of Aug. 10 at the Lynn Danielson home were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Danielson and daughter Linda, of East Stanwood, on Monday evening. The3,1brought greetings from rel- atives in Montana, having just returned from a trip there and to Yellowstone. On Tuesday eve- ning, Mr. and Mrs. Pigort stop-[ ped in, and on Saturday after-I noon Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sund-! berg and Karen of Warm Beach had an errand at the Danielsons. Also callers Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Nygard and chil. dren Greg and Christine of Ever- ett, who are moving to Cashmere, where Mr. Nygard will teach this fall. Mrs. Lynn Danielson and Doris called at the Ray Schei home Monday afternoon. Monday evening, a few of the neighbor ladies brout~ht handker- chiefs and cards to Mrs. *Esther Rueckert and spent a short time visiting with her before her de- parture for Tennessee. Mrs. Rueckert has sold her place to Mr. and Mrs. Myers, and is plan- ning to take up physical therapy in the East. We wish her every happiness in her new work. week-end and bring Shirley home. o .... CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for all the many favors and congratulations extended to us on our golden wedding anni- versary.--Mr, ahd Mrs. Barney Getschmann. o NO. 23448 NOTICE OF HEARI~qG FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State oi Washington, ~or Snohomish County in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM H. MEYER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Ivan W. Meyer, executor of the estate of William H. Meyer, deceased, has filed in the of- lice of the Clerk of said Court T~is final report and petition for distribntion, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge the said executor and that said report and petltlon will be heard on the llth day of September, 1953, at 1:30 p.m., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 3rd day of August, 1953. ( SEAL ) ANDERS ANDERSEN, Clerk of said Court. By Edna Jernigan, I~puty. DOBSON, HOUSER & DOBSON, At- torneys for Estate, Brendel Building, Renton, Washington. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heart- felt thanks and appreciation t~ our many relatives, friends an(; neighbors for the messages o: sympathy, the beautiful floral of- ferings, the donations in mem- ory, and the lnany kindnesses shown during our recent be- reavement in the loss of our be- loved son, brother and grandson. Wish to thank Rev. Myrwang for his wonderful service, alto fo~ Mrs. Myrwang's beautiful songs. --Mr. and Mrs. Herbeit G. Cl~ris- tensen and Arlie, Mr. and Mrs. klling Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Carlson. O. NO. 5~7~ SUMMONS In the Snperior Court of the State of Washington for Snohomlsh County JOHN T. DALTON, Plaintiff, VS. EDWIN C. PAIGE and MILDRED H. PAIGE, his wife, Defendants. i THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: EDWIN C. PAIGE and MILDRED H. PAIGE, his wife, defendants. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty days after the date No. 2~018 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. In the Matter of the E:;tate of JOSEPH CAREY CRAWFORD. also known as J. CAP,,EY CRAWFORD. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has oualif'e~1 as admlnistratrlx of the es- tate of the above-named deceased; that all persons having claims against ~.fd deceased or his estate are hereby re- quired to serve the same in the form required by law, duly verified, on the undersigned or J. P. Mathews and Jos- eph P. Mathews, Jr., her attorneys of record, at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of the above-entitled court touether with proof of service, within slx months after the date of first publication of this no- lice, and all claims not so served and filed within said time will be barred. LOLA A. CI~ " cc,~O~r}- Admlnistratrlx. J.P. MATHEWS aim JOSEPH P. MATHEWS. Jr.. Attorneys for Adminls- -at~ix 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st pub., Aug. 20, 1953. Date of lasL pub., Sept, 3, 1953. No. 23084 NOTICE OF ItEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of of the first publication of. this sum- Washingtf'n in and for the County of mona, to wit, within sixty days after! Snohcmish. ~he 20th day of August, 1953, and de- In~ v~aaa~ r~ooou~dthe Matter of lhe Estate of VINCENT [end the above entitled action in tile ~otl~'~'~s"~e~el~y-~ven that Flora h above entitled court, and serve a eoi)~T d~twt~v~t-vtv f th~ [:LhOVP~ ~n" of your answer upon the underslgnedii~lt~e~nes~ie'"~.~'/ll'e~i her"FlIml-I~ep~t attorney for plaintiff at his office be- _ ..... ' .__ .-;2~+.,,....,^.. ..~ +~A low stated: and ,n case of your fail-I~vet'en'~t~ind~ta~e'~;/dU~'~e" time ~o; ure so to do, Judgment will be ren-I ~ ~ .~,-i ~,,~nrt' and netitlon is dmeredd a~o~lnShteYUa~lfdtingtl~l:he hdes l sn:t~onrgFr~day, th~-lSth day ~f Septem- been filed wltP_ the clerk 'of said court. ) berr:~m1953~ ~lto 1330o? ~:kaPov~" eln~ltl~ The object of the action is to recover ~ judgment against you in the sum of,~h~") *ho curt unon such hearing r --a~ ~. c .- , , $137.29, plus costs of this action fo -" lis asked to approve the report, distrlb- services insofar as It may be satmfmd ........... he heir entitled to ~y the sale of your interest in the fol- u~e ~,neploper~yh t~%~~ nf th. attorneys l ow~ngohdom~glb~dore~l ~aPle[ntYtglnt.Uatei ~2e s%~n{;t'ratri~x,--ais~eharge the ad- Y' " g ~' [minlstratrlx and exonerate the .surety The South 101 feetof Lots one ...... ra~rix' bond ' - -- "~1 k "ne -" - 's , on one aamlnlS~: r. ,ana TWO, ~ PC ~ r~anoury [ r~+~a thl~ 14th day of AugUst 1953 Sound View Tracts, [ ~'~j .......... said property having been heretofore ~a~ a~r~ e~v ne +.h~ attached herein .............................. ROBERT C BIEB above entitled court. By Helen D. Reid- ..... ..Attorne,y for l~lalnttff, lLb~.hi~I~td~wtY'and Joseph P. Mathe~, office ana ~os~ t)itlce Auoress: I_r.,a ____orneysAtt for Admlnistratrlx, 315 337 Olymplc~Avenue l Olymplc Avenue, Arlington, Washing- .............. I Date of first pub., August 20, 1 53. Date of 1st pub., Aug. 20, 1953. ' 9 uate oI las~ pup ~ep~ z~ lvoo ..... t Date of last pub., Sept. 10, 1953. l -----~--- -o---------- ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493 Use Times classified ads -- RUBBER STAMPS busy, effective salesmen. Everett-Arlington Stages Take the Stage Service Safety Courtesy WEEK DAY SCHEDULE Lv. ARLINGTON Lv. EVERETT: 7:45 a.m. a 2:50 p.m. 6:45 a.m. 3:45 p.m. $:50 a.m. 4:35 p.m. S:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. S:45 p.m. B 9:40 a.m. 5:40 p.m. , 10:30 a.m. 6:45 p.m. 11:20 a.m. 12:20 p.m. 1:10 p.m. 2:00 p.m. SUNDAY SCHEDULE Lv. ARLINGTON: Lv. EVERETT: S:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:09 p.m. 11:45 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 10:10 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 4:35 p.m. EVERETT-ARLINGTON -DARRINGTON ---- SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND------------ LV. Darn Lv. Arl. Art. Ever't Iv. Ever't Lv. Arl..An'. Dar.: zlO:OOa.m, zll:2Oa.m, zlX:OOnoomz 7:45a.m. z 8:45a.m. z 9:55~.m. ---Daily except Sundays and Holidays a--To Marysvllle and Normtown dall~ On Monday, Wednesday and Fri- day from Everett via Sunnyslde. B--Via Sunyside Monday, Wednesday and Friday. EXPRESS SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 15, 1952 9 t \ This year again--for the 12th straight production year--truck users are buying more Chevrolet trucks than any other make. It's plain to see that Chevrolet trucks out-sell all others because they out-value all others! ,e When truck users show a continued preference for one particular make of truck, you can be sure that preference is based on a single sound reason: It's the best buff Year after year, truck users in every field show a - "--~#'~ff~aga~ft)OS'1r~ clear-cut preference for Chevrolet trucks by buying more of them than any ,,, other make. Why not drop in and see why so many more truck buyers choose Chevrolet? You'll find, as they have, that Chevrolet :trucks offer more of the NEAR UP-TO-THE-MINUTE NEWS AROUND THE CLOCK features and advantages you want . . . more solid value in every way... yet it's the lowest-priced truck line of alll Evory Saturday and Sunday a ABC Radio Network PHONE 871 - ARLINGTON, WASH. I I I I __ L