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PAOE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLI .TON. A,qHINGT )N, TttI:RSI OCT. 1, 1953. % Council Allows $5,449.08 In Bills A total of $5,449.08. in bills for the month of August, was or- dered paid by the city council at the regular session on Monday night, Sept. 14. Of the total, $2,- 100.12 was against the Current Expense fund, $1,348.90 for the street department, $519.25 the garbage department, and $1,- 480.81 charged to the water de- partment. The itemized accounts were as follows: Curxent Expense Win. H. Bagley, salary ...... $250.30 Clyde Parker, salary ........ 259.20 Gordon Quilitz. salary ...... 283.50 W. L. Moorman, salary .... 28.50 -Florence Kitchen, salary .... 12.50 Barbara Edge, salary ........ 34.51 J. P. Mathews, salary ...... 49.25 Wilbur R. Stout, salary .... 34.47 She. Co. Phy. Corp, ins ..... 32.20 Postmaster, envelopes ...... 36.~2 Arl. Print. Co., publ ........... 13.44 W. C. Tel. Co., Toll & Serv. 13.70 Sno. C.o PUD No. 1, power and light ............ 178.00 Arl. Pub. Library, 3rd Qtr. 250.00 L. N. Curtiss & Sons, 1st Aid Supp ................... 12.98 Bracy Electric. Supplies .... 158.45 Hagan's Service, 2 Tires .... 45.42 Cordz Battery Shop, Parts.. 4.01 Mansfield Drugs, 2 Pens .... 3.48 Pioneer, Inc., Ard. & Res. Books ............ 34.01 S. J. Priebe Co., Supplies2.59 Sno. Co. Engr., Maps ........ 2.60 Arl. Hardware, Parts ........ 6.41 Standard Service, Battery.. 26.60 Super Pdtroleum Co., Gas.. 60.25 Thompson Bros., Freight .. 7.20 Bill Hatch, Baseballs ........ 94.96 Mrs. Harold Hafner, Rec ..... 145.00 Overall Cleaning, Ldry ..... 9.87 Hennessey's, Weld Rod ...... 10.40 Total ........................ $2~00 12 Street Department Peter J. Enault, Salary ...... $261.40 W. L. Moorman, Salary ...... 7.50 Florence Kitchen, Salary .... 9.37 Clyde Parker, Salary : ....... 99.09 She. Co. Phy. Corp., Ins ..... 7.40 Cordz Battery, Parts .......... 1.55 Aalabu Bros., Parts ............ 9.94 Sno. Co. Road Dist. No. 1, Gravel ................................ 810.65 Super l~etroleum, Gas ........ 52.65 Arl. Concrete Prod., Blocks 7.17 Arl. Hardware. Shovel .... 5.26 Arl. Radiator, Gas Tank Repair ................................ 3.09 Baekstrom Motor, Tie Bolts 1.11 E. A. Bryant Hdwe., " Supplies ............................ 30.34 Construction Prod., Truck Parts ................................ 39.96 Massar Lumber Co., Concrete ............................ 2.42 Total ................................ $1348.90 GaTbage Dep~tment Edgar L. Holland, Sal ....... $274.10 W. L. Moorman, Sal ......... 30.00 Florence Kitchen, Sal ..... 74.07 Barbara Edge, Sal ............. 40.00 Sno. Co. Phy. Corp. Ins ..... 9.60 Super Petro. Co., Gas ...... ,57.89 Northwest Pest Cont., Rodent Ser ....................... 20.00 Cook Motors, Brake, Line.. 13.59 Total .................................. Water Department Paul E. Van Horn, Sal ..... $283.50 W. L. Moorman, Sal ......... 45.00 :Florence Kitchen, Sal ..... 44.21 Barbara Edge, Sal ........... 40.00 Andrew Lien, Labor .......... 73.87 Sno. Co. Physicians, Ins ..... 15.70 Sno. Co. PIJD No. 1, power and light .............. 306.82 Arl. Print Co., Printing ...... 15.22 Super Petroleum, Gas ...... 32.37 Western Utilities, Supp ..... 87.37 Pennsylvania Mfg., Chlor. 48.00 H. D. Fowler Co., Supp ..... 454.42 Arl. Hardware, Supp ......... 2.58 Baekstrom Motor, Machine Work .................................. 7.42 Hagan's Serv., Grease Job 2.11 Murphy Feed Co., Lime .... 11.12 O. H. Senff, Saws ............ 3.61 Snyder Hdwe., 1 Hone ....... 66 Peterson Motor, Gas Cap .. .66 Rockwell Mfg. Co., Meter Parts ........... : .......... 6.17 Total ................................ $1480.81 GRAND TOTAL Current Expenses .......... $2100.12 Street Dept ................ : ........ 1348.90 Garbage Dept ..................... 519.25 Vdater Dept ......................... 1480.81 TOTAL .......... o ................ $5449.08 How Christian Science Heals "DISEASE IS NOT INCURABLE" If'JR (950 kc)Sundcry. O~. 4 9a.m. O 0 IIN.A.WALL FURNACEI WINKES HARDWARE Reception For Donald Donner (Continued from Page i) bers and Glen Tissue favored with a solo, in which he was ac- companied by the band. Following the program re- freshments were served in the cafeteria and the public had an opportunity to meet the Corporal and his mother and father and sisters. The homecoming welcome and reception was organized by the veterans organizations, the Vet- erans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. At 7:30 the parade started from the fountain at north end of Olympic avenue, the colors and coolr guard leading, the guard being Navy personnel from the Radio Station, followed by V.F.W. and American Legion and the High School Band. Then came the convertible with Cpl. Donner seated atop the back seat flanked b~ Miss Donna Brown, queen of the Marysville Strawberry Fes- tival and Miss Barbara Smith, queen of the Evergreen State Fair. Miss Barbara Deverna, the corporal's fiancee, rode in the front seat with the driver, Ed. Wellman. They were followed by cars, bearing Cpl. Donner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donner; his sisters, Mrs. Kinny Gibbs, Marys- viJle; Mrs. Virgil Bailey Youngs- ville, Pa.; Mrs. E. DuBois, Ed- mends; Maj. Gen. Stevens, Col. Vanderwilt, Lt. Commander Shea, Vice Commander of the Ameri- can Legion Clarence Wright, Mrs. Jack Westland, Rep. Wally Car- michael, Local Post Commander John West, V. F. W., American Legion Commander Palmer Lund, State Sen. Bill Gissberg, Judge Charles Denny, State Representa- tives Paul Stocker, Augie Marde- sich; County Commissioners Wil- lard Wyatt and Sam Kraetz; President Dave Helm of the Com- merci~tl Club and President Fred Thunberg of the Lions Club. The parade traversed Olympic Ave- nue, the sidewalks being lined with people who turned out to welcome the soldier. At the High School auditorium, Henry Back- strom acted as master of cere- monies, introducing the many officials on the stage and an- nouncing the program numbers. The lovely stage decorations at the high school were arranged by Mrs. Keith Sarkisian, and the large sign "Welcome Home, DON" was the work of Fred Thun- berg. W.S.C.S. MEETS OCT. 7 Corporal Donner steps to the microphone to express his thanks for the fine reception, and the gifts. Master of Ceremonies Henry Backstrom is seated at Den's right, chairman of the reception committee, Ed. Wellman, sits behind the American Legion insignia.--Times photo. PROUD FAMILY. Watching from the front row at the High School Auditorium, as Donald re- ceives the plaudits of the people of the community, are his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donner. On Mr. Donner's right are their daughters, Mrs. Kinny Gibbs, Marysville; Mrs. Virgil Bai- ley, Youngsville, Penn.; Mrs. E. DuBois and her husband, of Edmonds.--Times Photo. gang of men up fori! SOUTH FORK service building era] fall mop up Mrs. Pearl some time last home of her sister California. Mrs. seriously ill. hogany rustic stain and white Patsy Bernethy gable ends. work at Hamilton. { ~vlr. and Mrs. George Simpson Everett Schmedeka are redoing the dining and liv- a ointed a new -u i ing room in their home. Mr. Mur- PP ~ ~ g i phy is doing the work. roe reIormatory. _ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rust have Mrs. ~lll Murphy painted their home barn red with bird meeting at her white trim. Knotty cedar panel, day night. ling on the porches. I Mr. and Mrs. Dick | Mr. and Mrs. Lee t Courage? ~dren Linda, Dixie, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, correspondent. tome Improvements The new Ferber home is shap- ing up beautifully with dark ma- For quite a few years now Os- car Johnson and several of his logger friends have been troubled with thieves coming in at night and stripping their donkeys. Well, maybe they needed parts! Might be, but last time parts (and donkey parts are hard to replace) were found strewn around. What a courageous char- acter ! Attention: Predator Hunters John Haack and Kenny Ander- !son saw a cougar on Oscar John- son farm near the river. On an- other occasion Mr. Sleighton sighted the cat near the new church. At the time it was seen on the river it seemed to have definite designs on the Haack dog Duke. 4-H Fair Awards Marilyn Mattson, Vivian Oberg and Barbara Dennis received their ribbons on judging at the 4-H Fair at Marysville. Marilyn and Barbara won blue ribbons ha sewing and Vi~)ian a red in food. The Stir and Roll has four new members and transfers. They are Esther Swimme, Sandra Johnson, and Arline Oberg and Janis Matt- son. The next meeting will be Oc- tober 14th. Clifford Lewis has taken a !all of Seattle, i end at the Jim On Sunday evening gher served dinner Norman Ronning Bardue fished for the North Fork of man is all outfitted new Chevrolet statio~ Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday in home of their Ager. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. two children of Naval Station and Mrs. Joseph did bird hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Saturday at the The Blooms have a Ford station wagon. Mrs. Bert Oberg's to spend some Her home is in Carmen Peterson sham is spending his parents, Mr. Peterson. In Arlington KILLOUGH for This Winter ON HEATING OILS Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet at church Oct. 7, 1 p.m. luncheon. Hostesses Mrs. McCollough, Mrs. Spragg and Mabel Hunter. IN PROBATE fh the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County ~f Snoho- mlsh. A In the Matter of the Estate of ALMED F. JACKSON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and ha~. qualified as Exeecutrix of the esta.te o z Almeda F. Jackson, Deceased; tha~ an persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Alice Rust, Executrix, or her attorney of record at the address below~st~ted, and file the same with the clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first pub- lieatlon of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date nf first publication September 24th, 1953. ALICE RUST. Executrix of said Es- tate. Address, Arlington, Washington. ROBERT C. BIBB, Attorney for Es- tate, 337 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. o ,. CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of Arlington School District No. 16 will receive bids for the sale of the following property, to wit: 1. The property located in Clum's F i r s t Addition, Town of Arlington, Block 2, Lot 16, and north half of Lot 15 including build- ings thereon. 2. The house, only, behind the High School, formerly the Mack Smith home, to be removed also from its -- present site. The bids will be opened Octo- ber 5th, 8 p.m. 1953 at the office of the Board of Directors, Wash- ington School. All bids must be received by the Clerk of the Board by noon, October 2nd, in said office. 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., Sept. 24, 1953. Date of last pub., Oct. 1, 1953. Use Times Classified Ads -- effective, economical. NO. 23344 CIVIC MUSIC ASSN. [LUTHERAN AID NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT REPRESENTED HERE l~OEg TO .~TANW~n Let llS keel) your oil tank full--we'll check AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION t ........ .~", . * In the Superior Court of the State of The following people in Ar-] The Lutheran Ladles Aid will larly and.you can be sure you'll never be WashingtOn in and for the County of ......... I'~O to Stanwood Whursda" Oct Snohomish llngton are representauves oi ine[~ y, Mater of the Estate of CAM- Everett Civic Music Association:18th, and hold their regular meet- LAMP'S STANDARD SERVICE In the ZNRO e Job- A Mrs. a. Palmer:ocaptain: L.C. ling at the Josephine Sunset Martin, administrator of the above-en- Palmer, Mrs..~niiora ~.nua o 'lHome at 2 p.m. The ladies will Phone titled estate, has filed his Final Report ~oy t.arsen, inemoersnlps may ..... and Petition for Distribution of the be obtained from them or at Civic serve DO[lUCK lunch IO members hearingabve'entitled estate, and the time for a~ ,O;the said report and petition ls l ~'x~*~ ...... ,-,~,,,~,,~,~,,;"" h.~n , t]of the home as their guests..,~o~._~._~_r:,..... .... .... .1 7=663. , set for Friday, the 30th day of October, ITingstad & Hampton, Inc., 2~5111 Anyone navlng a car or neeo- 1953, at the hour ofl:30..o'clock p.m., I Colby Ave Everett through Oc- ing transportation meet at the m ~epar~.men ~o. 3 oI one aoove-en-l+ ~ ~ ' ]~hur-b ~t 1 n m titled court. ]to.er o. i ...... ~-.--. _ m That the court, upon such hearing,} The first of the attractions l is asked to approve the report, distrib-l~,~c~rl hx, ~h~ C'ixHo ~V~,,c~ Ac [ ute the property to the heirs entitled]t'v''~V''-'" '-'.I' ................... -| to the same, fix the fee for the ad- sociation will be "La Boheme,"l mlnistrator and his attorneys,dischargeI which will be staged Fridav Oct.| ; the administrator and exonmate ~n: ] ~ ,~. w *e (~" -" A ~'* - [ suret on the dmi 1 au In t,,e~vere. ~lylC ~xUtahO,- , y a n strator s bond.. , . . [ Datedthis 29th day of September. ] lum. Cabor Carel]l, Metropolitan| !l~ :1953. I Operastar will sing the part of[ (SEAL) ANDERS ANDERSON .' , ,, ,, Clerk of the Superior ]Rodolfo, Bldu oayao as Mlml. [ J Court By Harry Falk ----------------0,, Deput'y. ' / Ill Arlinaton - Phone 1344 [ J. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P.I KILLO~JGH CLEANERS I MATHEWS, JR., Attorneys for Admtnls-I f ? [ trator, 315 Olynlpic Avenue, Arllngton, l or I Washington. [ ALTERATIONS [ Date of 1st pub., Oct. 1, 1953. [ ........ | Date of last pub., Oct. 15, 1953. _ I ) ) I KILLOUGH CLEANERS I ........ ~ ........... [ ,o, OREGOll HAIN / Hat Blockin~ and Cle~nin~ Looking . , ? For . "; .... . GOOD dOB?l = :,o .,, =.., [ saws ave ou g uine GON If.you ore . . . then I_te __us [ Chipper ChalnaStePst sUP performance be- ][ TDAllxl VC'dl At,.l~ D/A~'r: V~'~ ,~1,1 A [ cause it cuts f $, tands up longer, is" vv,..,v,. [ gordless of the size and type of timber ' Over 125 Placed on Jobs [os~ Year ] you work in, hard-chromed OREGON I Free Placement ~ ~ Chipper Chain makes your saw a better ] YOU MAY ENROLL ANYTIME | tool. YOUR CHAIN SAW J A DEALER HAS Itl ~)~ pproved for Veterans .Jr ] [II[I][TT BUSINESS ORS.ON Sm LVLIIL// COLLEGE .w,...,.,. 1509 Hewitt - BA 0721 - Everett ............ ...econom Arlington you more Because all of the impurities have been removed, Standard Stove Oil burns with- out objectionable smoke, soot, or odor... gives you constant, comfortable heat. And because it's always uniform high quality, it won't flare up or die down. ieree-flowing in even the coldest weather, Standard Stove Oil lights fast.., every drop turns into clean, dependable heat. your Fuel-saving Tip From Your Be sure your circulating heater is If it tilts collect causing soot and smoke. Better order your supply now. You'll find the friendly Housewarmer in your neighborhood by calling the Standard Heating Off Distributor or local Standard Oil Office. For pressure.type burners, ask for Standard Furnace Oil with ARLINGTON