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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, W AStIINGTON, THURSDAY, 3, ]953. PAGE NINE Wanted Livestock WANTED Weaner Pigs for Sale. J. D. Pier- DEAD STOCK son, Darrington road. Ph. 3043. Courteous Service AUCTION SALE every Saturday; Everett Bayview 9549 ad Byproducts, Inc. poultry, and misc. items, 10 a. Everett. Wash. m:; dairy cows, beef, young stock, hogs ar~l sheep. 12 noon. E. HEADLEY FARMERS AUCTION SALE Ruyer SNOHOMISH. F. L. SWENSON and Bonded Owner. Auctioneer. Arlington Exchange on (E. of Edgecomb) FOR SALE--6 head grain fed steers, ready for butchering, LI~ 35c lb. dressed, or 23c lb. live livestock to Seattle . weight. Phone 810, Darrington. market price• Call col- 4180. DUTTON [ington - Kellogg Marsh M. Jansha Tan- FOR SALE C. Little floor fur- condition, $65: Ph. Union St., Arlington. FOR SALE---Good farm horse suitable for work and riding; also double harness• Claude Brazelton, R. 3. Phone 3015. FOR SALE--Purebred Hereford bull, 21 months. John Klein, 1% mile so. of Edgecomb. Phone 1869. ALBERS MIL-KING DAIRY FEED 70 lb. paper bags ........ 2.75 80 lb. pelleted ............ 2.95 ARLINGTON FEED & Deere crawler FARM SUPPLY aYdraulic. Two bottom- ~--------------------~,,.,~.,v=,.,.~ inch plow and six-foot ~V|~.l~ John V. Johnson, R. 241, East Stanwood, Victoria Heights dis- c Train, with switches, some ex- bicycle, new tires Phone 1874. Dr. Hess, for corKrol "The most effective for mastitis yet dis- also have mastitis Johnson Drl~g, Arling- RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils accepted; your home or mine. Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5, Arlington; Phone 2738 T. V. TROUBLE? -Call- OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 Arlington H. C. Little oil COmbination wood and Both for $65. John 2 (Arlington Heights). Hay for Sale, $23.00 delivered in lots of or more. Phone 1842. R. 1, Arlington. Just Arrived---12% barb wire--- rolls .... Only 8.00 ca. FEED & SUPPLY SPECIAL Console, hand mahogany finish, lim- APPLIANCE REPAIR. For general appliance repair ann oil heater s~rvice, call Winkes Hardware. Phone 643. Hayes Packing Co. Custom kill- Ing, cutting, and wrapping• Locker beef. Phone 3401 or 351, Arli'ngton. PACKARD-BELL EMERSON SYLVANIA HALLICRA~-'rERS TELEVISION L as low as 159.95 OLYMPIC RADIO' SERVICE Real Estate For Rent FOR RENT--Modern Motel Units with kitchens -- weekly rates. Fir Crest Motel, Highway 99, 4 miles west of Arlington• Ph Marysville 3775. Small furnished apartment for rent. Quick meal oil kitchen range, Westinghouse electric range for sale. Phone 1064. FOR RENT: Near Stanwood, three bedroom home, modern bath, electric h.w., wired for range• Chicken house and barn. Phone Hiland 3753, Everett. WE ARE NOW in a position to make G.I. loans• Practically 100 per cent to the G.I. up to $10,000. Either in or out of town. Lathrop Ins. Agency, 413 Olympic Ave. Phone 2675. Ar- lington, Wash. For Sale FOR SALE OR TRADE: Near Stanwood, 26 acres with 3-bed- room modern home, chicken house, barn. Terms or trade for young second growth land. Magelssen, at. 4, Box 686, Ev- erett. YOUR FARM FOR SALE We have Responsible Buyers Waiting, If Your Price Is Reasonable WE CAN SELL IT! Frank J. Eddy & H. O. Zwarg Realtors 916 2nd St., Snohomish Ph. 2932 WANTED--Babies three months to 3 years. Children 3 years to 93 years, to have their portraits made ahead of the Christmas rush. Make your appointment now at the Ellis Studio, your Home Town photographer. No gyps, no regrets• Phone 1241 for ah appointmeat. ~ANTED---Truc'K ann tractor re pairing---all makes, all mod- els. International . Harveste: dealer. EARL WEBER PONTIAC WANTED--Position as bookkeep. er. References. Phone 2735, Ar- lington. Congregcrtional Church A. D. Broaw, Minister 9:45 a.m. Sunday Church School. 11 a.m., Loyalty Sunday Service, "All Whose Minds Were Willing." Arlington and Lakewood Methodist Churches J. P. Porter, minister Morning worship: Lakewood, 9:45; Arlington, 11. Sermon: "Let Us Be Sober." Sunday School: Arlington, 9:45; Lakewood 10:30. Silvana.Lakewood Lutheran Parish J. H. Myrwang, pastor Zion Lutheran Church, Silvana: Saturday, Dec. 5---9 a.m., Con- firmants meet. Sunday, Dec. 6---9:45 a.m., Sun- day School. Thursday, Dec. 10---2 p.m., L. A. Society annual meeting. Sunday. Dec. 13---11 a.m., Di- vine Services. 1st Lutheran Church, Lakewood: Saturday, Dec. 5--11 a.m., Con- firmants meet. 8 p.m., Ladies' Aid Sale. Sunday, Dec. 6~10 a.m., Sun- day School. 11:00 a.m., Worship Services. Silvcma and Lakewood Parish The Lutheran Free Church Silvana: O. J. Haukeness, pastor Saturday, Dec. 5th: The Ladies' Aid will serve a lutefisk dinner in the Salem Memorial Hall be- tween 12 and 2 and 5 and 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6th --- Sunday School 10 a.m. Divine Worship 11 a.m. A visiting speaker will pre- sent the cause of Temperance. Monday, Dec. 7th---Choir prac- tice. 8 p.m. Lakewood: Sunday, Dec. 6th--Divine wor- ship 9:45 a.m. A visiting speaker will present the cause of Tern- STORE Phone 1484 Arlington Christmas nuts------~ow. S~-TA'rNK pumpl-----~g. -'-~-red )ON'T THROW THAT ELECTRIC Rev. V. Delgatty, pastor RAZOR AWAY---Trade it in on Sunday Services: 9:45 a.m., few of King Da~'ts, 109 S. Olympic. Phone a new Schick or Remington at Sunday School and Adult Bible R. 3, Phone 1562. JOHNSON DRUG class• 11 a.m., morning service• Arlington 8 p.m. evening service• v~t, vu~t,~ ........ ~ .... Week-day services: Tuesday, 8 COAT for Sale, size SERVICE - CONTRACTING ~'o1~ 'lil~AUlt~--~^ga. 6/s,.nor,au[o- p.m. Prayer and Bible Study• Fri- ally new--T25.00. 226 ~o ~' mmercial & Residential Wir. mane. anu 6u-~u wmcnester, day, 8 p.m., Youth m~ct,,s.'"- t. Phone 2095 eve- rag•--" Lighting Fixtures -- Ap- carbine. ,.f°r cow. Quantity. of li nce Re air and Service milk desired, not quality Guns • • • p a p • . .......... ". ,, Christian Science -Ladies' White Shoe LEO G HALL laeai ~nrIs~mas gllrS, w. tioeK- ]~ir.ct Churob ,~f Oh,let ~olo~t e 7~. Phone 1974. Phone 2042 406 So. French zema, R:. l, Box 174, ~ Stan- ist, Fourth and Dunham streets. wood t~ ml west ~moKey ~l ... _: " I Sunday School 11 a.m, Sunday SPECIAL! ARTIFICIAL ~ BREEDING rolm~. Service 11 a.m. flock feeders, on steel ~ ]~[ Wednesday testimonial meet- Y $7.30. " Guernsey ~ Holstein[ AUTOMOTIVE ling 8 P'm" NGTON FEED & . ~~ [ / Reading room, Church edifice, ARM SUPPLY Jersey ~ Herefordf~]open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and up, and setting, wheel balanc-. .... . to 7 45 p m, except legal hoh ~me, save shrink, haul- ing, all makes. Weber Pontiac, . •• • " mission. Figure it out ~'q~W'~ Milking[ Arlington. [aaTY~" _ ....... SUre to sell to a man ~ [ I 1 e suo]ec~ ot tne Lesson-ber- Ows cattle and not a ~ Shorthorn['41 Chevrolet Pickup for sale---[men for Sunday, Dec. 6th, is: Who bids the same on ~ | $100. Phone zbqz. I"God, the Only Cause and Crea- Still will take orders Arlington 2141 tor." perance. Sunday School 11 a.m. Assembly of God Tabernacle er beef. My price is less• Concrete Septic TanKs, 265 to 500 ning, Call 2785 after gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone Muddy? Put in hog 1314. Arlington C o n c r et e 1824. Products. ect or rough ply. DO YOU KNOW that the Mar- :, 5/16, %, % and low Milker milks faster, cannot up at mill. Arling. Cause mastitis. It's gentle, & Plywood Co. swinging action makes the cow smile as you milk her. We ifi- ~l-~s. stall, and carrv in stock all ;ton Radiator Re- parts and supplies. Valley Gem 184. Farms, Arlington• Phone 54. MASH--80 lbs. Radio & TV Service the door. SON- Phone 2051 Radio tubes add repair. Tele vision service: All service work A LEONARD guaranteed. H r FREEZER WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY rage space• 18.3 cu. that takes no more Re~ern--n~y ~dy a refrigerator, for service, guaranteed breea- ~-COAST STORE ers. Bent, trade or sell. Low rlington price~ Valley Gem Farms, Arlington 8". Pumice Chim. Phone 1314. At. R. 2, E. Stanw6od, Wash. Proaucts. - Insurance ' Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Crutches, trusses, Johnson Drug. FIR--2-co~d green wood. 2822 or drop e/o Union Mill. TRACTOR SALE condition -Terms Peo. 22F11 CAN'T STOP~ START wheel alignmenL adjusting. ELECTRIC " Service 136 Fire and Automobile , PhonePeoDles 2111 SON . Phone 2051 PHONE 601 COAST-TO- COAST Arlington & Installation ARTIFICIAL • BREEDING Sires proVed great• Your better herd begins when you phone us for infor- marion. G o 1 d e n Charm Proved Ser- vice. Phone 2735 breast- ~.[ b~ int and toms, oven ..0..0 1873. APPLIANCES DISCS--59c, reg- Residential and Com- mercial Wiring, Contracting, Motor and Appliance Repair. Christmas shop- Bracy Electric Come in and see 'an earn BONUS DOL- Phone 201 ton STORE CLOTHING FOR SA nd Star best grade. Brand shoes. Expert shoe re- - Phone 2051 palring. Arlington Shoe Shop. N()W OPEN. UseFAMOUS GENTRY SUITS Plan. Tailored to your measurements )AST STORE by master tailors. Featuring gton many imported woolens, $55 .~ wood heater, ~:2 $65, at Pennev's in Arllng- heater, $15, 4.30 chain saw, like , Use Times Classified Ads-- Arlington 1895. effective, economical. VICTORIA Mrs. Lynn Danielson, corresoondent. (Nov. 26) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garberg wer~ ruesday evening visitors at the Baldwin home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smiley and son Dale of Marysville were Saturday evening guests at the Baldwin home. Thursday guests at the-Joki home were Mr. and Mrs. Klos and Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig, all of Arlington• Mr. and Mrs. Vah Lierope Golden Text: Psalms 75:1. Unto thee, O God, do we give thanks, unto thee do we give thanks: for that thy name is near thy won- drous works declare. First Baptist Church 102 West Third Street Arlington, Washington L. C. Everett, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Midweek Service Wednesday evening, 7:30 p.m. "Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise." Ps. 100:4. spent Sunday at the Gustafson oi ...................... nome. ~uu,~,o.a~ =~t=..~o. v,~- Geor e "~ " - asto itors'were Isaac Johnson and Son: Sungd yLanoer, p -0 r ay bcnool a[ £ a.m John and John Schultz The Gus- Sunda " s at 11 " -- • i y service a.m. ~:ve. tafsons granddaughter Dawnl n~n¢, c,~,,~,,,~ o+~v ~ r~ Walters of Edison spent the l-'~rOee~:" ...... . v..--. transporiauon week-end with them. 1~ " Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Barry ofIChurch of tesus Christ, Mt Vernon spent Saturday eve- . ~,* - • - • " . . _ [of Lcrtte, ,,ay ~aInts nlng with the Harpy Hansens. Sunday .~ohnnl lO a m ~t xr w On Sunday afternoon the Han- W. hall•" .................. sens were to Everett to wish La Verne Hansen a happy birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Pigort were Mon- day evening guests of the Paul Johnsons of Everett and on Sun- day they were dinner guests of the Starkweathers of Concrete. Janice Husby, dat~ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Husby, celebrated her sixth birthday Sunday when relatives and friends gathered to --------- enjoy the afternoon and birthday luncheon• Those present were her grandfathers, G. E. Husby and Pete Molstad, Inor Molstad," Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Molstad and three children and a girl friend, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Moldstad and children, Mr. and, Mrs. MacGre- gor and Kathy and Laurilee, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dietrich, Dora Brqseth, Albert Bruseth, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Flones and Mar- vin. The same evening Mr. and Mrs. Almer Larson and Clifford were well wishers• O Goodwill Truck Here Dec. 11 Goodwill Industries has sched- uled Friday, December 11, as the date of its next pickup of house-: hold discards in Arlington. Re-! quests for the truck to stop should be telephoned to Mrs. Frank Hollis, at 231. All types of household items from clothing to kitchenware are needed, if in usable or repairable condition. Approximately 160 handicapped persons are now supported by the agency. " RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Ptg. Co., Phone 493 Catholic Church Father James H. Deady, pastor Sunday masses: Arlington -- 9 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays, 11 a.m. on second and fourth Sundays. Stanwood--9 a.m. on second and fourth Sundays, 11 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays. Seventh.Day Adventist Church M. M. Mohr, pastor Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion- al services 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday, at 8:00 p.m. Church located on corner of Burke and Talcott at head of Lincoln bridge. IN PROBATE No. 24234 NOTICE TO CREDI~RS In the Superior Court of the State el Washington for She County of Sno- homish. In the Matter of the Estate of OEOI~3E B. MONTY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate of George B. Monty, Deceased; that all persons having claims against Said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same With the Clerk of aald Court. together with proof of such service wtthln six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first public~tion. November 19, 1953. JESSIE M. MONTY, Executrix of said Estate. Address 33"/ Olympic Ave., Arlington, Wash. Robert C. Bibb, Attorney for Estate, 33"/ Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Wash. Date of last pub. Dee. 3. 1953. o Nineteen months after Moses Lake had installed its 2,000th phone, the 3,000th telephone was installed. GETCHELL Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. Telephone 2117 Fire Destroys Caudle Home A fire of undetermi.e'~ origi~ destroyed the home of Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Macken at Eugene, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and family of Everett spent Sat- urday with Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Audral Moreland called on the Jim Browns Satur- day night. Mrs. John Caudle early Thurs- day morning. The Caudles were away from home at the time. They were unable to save any of their belongings. A benefit gath- ering will be held at the Getchell school in their honor on Friday, Silvana Library To Hold Sale Silvana Library has announced it will hold an anniversary sale of homemade pastries and fancy work Saturday, Dee. 12, from I:00 to 5:00 p.m. The local Homemak- Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins of ers Club will serve coffee and bainbridge Island drove over here cake and all proceeds will go for Monday to help their son, Georgellibrary maintenance. Wiggins, celebrate his birthday. This will be a good chance to Mr. and Mrs. Herb Olcott and ~njoy some excellent baking, buy Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Christmas gifts and, if you Hilde and Iamily, accompanied haven't already done so, see the Dec. 4, at 8 o'clock. Clothing, bed- ding, canned food. etc., will be welcome. Thanksgiving Observanges Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haaland and Rose motored to Kent to enjoy by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seaunier, motored to Sedro-Woolley Satur- day evening to attend a talent show. O. No. 23680 I NOTICE OF REARING FINAL REPORT new premises to which the li- brary moved in September. The location is on the main street ad- jacent to Rohde's Grocery Store, and everyone will be welcome. It is hoped there will be a good turnout. their Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard. Others in the community spending the holidays away from home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bailey to Monroe as a guest of his mother. Mrs. Tingue; Mr. and Mrs. Aud: ral Moreland and Audra to Ar- lington to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boivin; Mr. and Mrs. John Larson spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Nubgaard; Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggins and girls went to Bainbridge Island AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION 0 In the Supemor Court of the State of No. 24161 Washington in and for the County NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE of Snohomish. OF REAL ESTATE AND In the Matter of the Estates of PERSONAL PROPERTY OLE A. ELIASON and In the Superior Court of the State of JOSEPHINE B. ELIASON, , Washington in and for the County Deceased. Of Snohomish. Notice is hereby given that Emma O, In the Matter of the Estates ,of MARIE Eliason, admlniatratrix of t~he above-en- ANDERSON and ERICK ANDERSON, ~itled estates, has filed her Final Re- Deceased. port and Petition for Distributio~ of the Notice is hereby given that in ecru- above-entitled estates, and the time lot pliance with the order of court entered hearing the said report and petr't,"~r' ~ in the above=entitled cause the under- ~ec Ior Friday, the 18th day of Decem- signed administratrix will, on the 17th ber, 1953, at 1:30 o'Clock, v.M., in l~e- day of December, 1953, sell the follow- partment No. 3 of the above-entitled ing described real estate, situated in court. Snohomish County, State of Washing- That the court, upon such hearing, is ton, to wit: asked to approve the report, distribute the property to the heirs entitled to the same, to fix the fee for the administra- trix and her attorneys, to discharge the admlnistratrlx and exonerate the surety on the adminlstratrix' bond. 19Dated~. this 18th day of November (SEAL) ANDERS ANDERSEN Clerk of the above-entitiec and enjoyed dinner with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluin to Arling- ton to be with Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Klein; Mr. and Mrs. George Humphrey and children drove to Everett, where they had dinner with his sister and family; and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilde and family motored to Monroe to be with her parents. Jake Pearson arrived home on furlough from Alaska last week, where he is serving with the Army Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bosworth spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluin visit- ed with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mer- man in Marysville Wednesday evening• o Mrs. George Anderson and son Raymond spent Sunday visiting relatives in Anacortes• The Getchell Sunday school Christmas program will be held December 20 at 7 o'clock, which will include a Christmas play and a 30-minute picture "The Guiding Star." The Gideon Society were in charge of the church service at Getchell church Sunday eve- ning. Week-end callers at the George Wiggins home were Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Rowley of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Lane and family of Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. G. E• Thompson and family of Belling- !ham. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bosworth entertained the Rudy Sydow and the Vernor/ Bosworth families with a dinner on Friday. Mrs. Bill Kluin recently re- turned from a few "days' visit I I IIII £ Court. By Myrtle Jordan, J. P. ~A~S and JOSEPH P. Beginning at the orthwest corner of Lot 8, Plat of Kunze Acreage Tracts; thence running East along the North Llne of said Lot 8 for 184 feet; thence South parallel to the West line of said Lot 8 to the inter- section with the South line there- of; thence West along the South line of said Lot 8 to the Southwest corner thereof; thence North along the Wes~ line of said Lot 8 to the point of beginning, contatining two (2) acres, more or less, In the Matter of the Estate of WIN- RIGHT C. KELLEY. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that William r. Drake. administrator of the above en- titled estate, has filed with the Clerk of sald Court his final report and l~ti- tion for distribution in said estate, and that Monday, the 28th day of Decem- ber, 1953, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p.m. on said day, in Department No. 3 of said Court, in Everett, Washington, has been fixed as the time and place for the hearing upon the same, at which time and place any persons in- terested in said estate may appear and file objections to said report and con- test the same, and may be heard on the petition for distribution. (SEAL) ANDERS ANDEESEN, Clerk of ,sald Court. By Harry Faik, Deputy. J. P. MATHE'~VS and JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, JR., Attorneys for Admlnie- trator, 315 Olympic Avenue,' Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st pub.: Dec. 3, 1953. Date of last pub.: Dec. 17, 1953. MATHEWS, JR., Attorneys for Adminis- and personal property consisting of tratrix, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, household furniture, at private sale Washington. at the office of J. P. Mathewe and Jos- Date of Ist pub.: Nov. 19, 1953, eph P. Mathews, Jr., attorneys at law, Date of last pub.: Dec. 3, 1953. 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Wash- = O. ington. All bids for said property No. 23659 must be in writing and addre~ed to the undersigned administratrix and dally- NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT ered to her or her attorneys at the AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION above address or filed with the clerk of In the Superior Court of the State of the above court at or before noon of the Washington In and for,the County of 17th day of December, 1953; the bids Snohomish. shall specify the terms of the offer, and none will be considered for the real estate where the offer is less than $2,- 272.50, Dated at Arlington, Washington, No- vember 21, 1953. RUTH M. SULLIVAN. AdmlnistratrLt. J. P. MATHEV~S and JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, Jr., Attorneys' for Adminis- tratrlx, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. D~te of 1st pub., Nov. 26, 1953. Date of last pub. : December 3, 1953. O In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for ALTERATIONS For SHOVEL DRAGLINE or Hoe Work Call S, V. LEDBE'rrER Arlington The Arlington Times Phone 3545 PHONE 4.93 Y m [] • [] i As of September 1, 1953, the District completed four years of successful operation of its Electric System. The rate of growth experienced during the first four years of operation is reflected in the following comparison of the fi/st full year's operation with the current annual operation. 4O 38- Increase m IncreaBe 30 ....... • Increase ¢.) -~,,4 • 20 W aS O U 4~ U 10 13% Increase tt~ L~ tt~ U~. :The annual operating cost per customer is $18.70 which is considerably under the average for all Class A and B electric utilities in the United States as reported by the Federal Power Commission for the year 1951 of $28.56. Since the District bogan its electric power operations in Septomber, 1949, approximately $3,400,000 has been expended from revenues for improvements to plant facilities. No. 1 of IIIII IIIIII I i u