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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1953 PAGE NINE ....FOR SALE 1 FOR SALE . i m. lu ]Lawty's Turkeys--Broad breast. Wanted Livestock . • I ~ ~|% [ ed young hens and toms, oven -- I la/~dA& '~ "~d~=~..,~i ready• Phone 1873. AUCTION SALE every Saturday; VI~[~rF ~1 1~]7"~ Tt~ /~ DEAD STOCK poultry and misc. items, 10 a. • -" ~ ~ (~" [ .. ~o• 6 ~nmgies, $5.00 ,t m • ,~irv ,,,~w~ h~pf voun~,l - " t'er ~quare, Ine oest grade. nI t, Courteous Service st'-ock~'~lo'gJs a~'ldsheep-,-12"noon~.l h,~ ~ / HUNTER & SON- Phone 2051 le :t, Everett Bayview 9549 Sound Byproducts, Inc. FARMERS AUCTION SALE, I ~t~ ~mR~mDrliL ~ r~y p NOW OPEN Use x 651. Everett, Wash. SNOHOMISH F L SWENSON, ~L=~.mmFIF~ |l~x_ J _ . • ... • .." • • ~A~:~ ~1 ~ | our Lay-Away rmn. Owner, Auctioneer. 1"-'-- -- ~'~ I~L / COAST-TO-COAST STORE , -L.. j Arlington Cash Livestock Buyer CUT UP TURKEY, for frying, 51c] | ||| ! Licensed and Bonded E~ J lb Lawt's Turkey Farm, Ph - .,~ /~ • " We are selling our entire stock of 1873, ¼ mile west EdgecombI 8, Arlington Exchange " TROJAN POWDER good and clean merchandise gton (E. of Edgeeomb) ...... .--~__.= ....... -:._-------~ ...... -----] and quitting business. Pore SERVICES shllre ]]as a wallop health main reason. Wallitner ,our livestock to Seattle -- -- Furniture Co. RUTH M. HEADLEY market price. Call col- Teacher of Piano 4180. Beginners and advanced pupils CLAUD Du2"rON accepted; your home or mine. ton - Kellogg Marsh Available for piano solos WANTED. M. Jansha Tan- and accomlSaniments. R. 5, Arlington; Phone 2738 FOR SALE FOR CHRISTMAS. Jimmy abaugh, Phone 1123. SALE---8-weeks.old Pointer George Russell, n Store, R. 2, Arlington. :'S TURKEYS. Young toms Phone 1873. ~A mile Edgeeomb. &E---Filbert nuts, 20c lb. ',levish, R• 3, Phone 2796. NITE SPECIAL 6 to 9 p.m. Only! ~- Beds w/Innerspring Electrical SERVICE - CONTRACTING Commercial & Residential Wir. ing.--Lighting Fixtures--Ap- pliance Repair and Service. LEO G. HALL ?hone 2042 406 So. French T. V. TROUBLE? -Call- OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 Arlington APPLIANCE REPAIR• For general appliance repair and oil heater service, call Winkes Hardware. Phone 643. -- all sizes -- $39.50 Hayes Packing Co. Custom kill- (brand new). Henry /. Arlington• o Christmas shop- Come in and see can earn BONUS DOL- DAST STORE Arlington FOR ONE WEEK beef. Hind quarters 23c. This is beef, not ing, cutting, and wrapp)ng. Locker beef• Phone 3401 or'351, Arlington• PACKARD- BELL EMERSON SYLVANIA HALLICRAFrERS TELEVISION as low as 159.95 Veal• The beef market is OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE It's stronger• Call 2785 Phone 1484 Arlington [ ~s. Ask for Joe. ~EP---~C--T'A-NK pumping. Fred] OUR MORNING P-I. Davis, 109 S. Olympic. PhoneI Call 1562. ~ / Phone 2843 BREEDING [ LOUIS ANKNEY ARTIFICIKL 51 Arlington, Wash. --- Mahogany dining six chairs---Duo-Therm eater~See at 106 Wash- Just Arrived--12 ½ barb wire-- rolls .... Only 8.00 ca. FEED & SUPPLY LUMBER $40.00; Shiplap or and matched, $45.00. lasts. LUMBER CO. - Phone 3520 Guernsey Holstein Jersey Hereford Shorthorn Arlington 2141 Concrete Septic TanKs, 265 to 500 gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone 1314. Arlington C o n c r e t e Products. Radio & TV Service" 500 chick ca- ~adio tubes ' gas brooders, one wood ,2 ton seed free chicken or. Will sell or trade or Phone 2584. rc h Automatic Electric for Sale--Deep well, 2 excellent condition• Very able. Phone 2532. SUITE --- Good condition--J39.95 Henry Murray, Ar- and lepair. Tele vision service. All service worh guaranteed. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY Registerecl Guernsey bulls, ready for service, guaranteed breed- ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low prices. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual of Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phono PeoPles 2111 PHONE 2601 COAST-TO- AND COAST Arlington & InstoUalion Hotpoint Muddy? Put in hog 1824. us for farm fresh several days 1797. Ralph Her- mile east of Edgecomb. STOVES -- FURNI- "" REFRIGERATORS allowances and easy Henry Murray, Arling- oct or rough ply- 5/16, %, ½ and APPLIANCES up at mill. Arling Complete Residential and Cam- Plywood Co. mereial Wiring, Contracting, Motor and Appliance Repair. Bracy Electric and Bulldoz- 2401. onstrators & at reduced horlakson School of Cakes, Everett. crutches, trusses, ml belts. Johnson Drug• Phone 201 ARTIFICIAL BREEDING 'We use proved sires only. Your better herd begins when you call us for ser- vice. GOLDEN CHARM PROVED SIRE SERV. Phone 2735 Q O DO YOU KNOW that the Mar- low Milker milks faster, cannot cause mastitis. It's gentle, swinging action makes the cow smile as you milk her. We in- stall, and carry in stock all parts and supplies. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington. Phone 54. AUTOMOTIVE ~'RONT SYSTEM, overhaul, line- up, and setting; wheel balanc- ing. all makes. Weber Pontiac, Arlington. MUST SELL! Make an offer on my son's 1949 4-door Fleetline Chevrolet. It's clean, fully equipped and in excellent me- chanical condition• Charles H. Grewe, Phone 54. FOR SALE or TRADE--'38 Chev. Sedan• James Hafterson, R. 4, Arlington. Phone 1889. FURNACE Air Circulation. Constant at. W operate if electric- HARDWARE ARLINGTON CLOTHING FOR SALE--Poll Parrott and Star Brand shoes. Expert shoe re- pairing. Arlington Shoe Shop. FAMOUS GENTRY SUITS to your measurements by master tailors. Featuring many imported woolens, $55 and $65, at Pennev's in Arling- ton. Use Times Classified Ads -- economical. Call 2401, Ted Hammerly for service delivery. Cedar Fence Posts--25c each. Ph. Marysville 5839 or A. M. Berets, 1½ miles east on Robinson road. PACIFIC OIL RANGE--Good con- dition---$19.95 complete, ttenry Murray, Arlington. 2onerete and Pumice Building Blocks, 4", 6", 8". Pumice Chim. ney blocks• Phone 1314. Ar lington Concrete Proeucts. We have just unpacked a new shipment of corner cupboards, hassocks, card tables, ward- robes, hampers and lamps. Wallitner Furniture Store. USED lORD TRACTOR i, OR SALE Excellent eondi:tion - Terms Phone Stanwood Peo. 22F11 AC~DRDIONS and Band Instru- ments at reduced prices• Thor- lakson School of Music, 1631 Oak•s, Everett. IF YOU CAN'T STOP--- DON'T START Brake relining, wheel alignment, brake and light adjusting. ROBB'S AUTO ELECTRIC & Brake Service Phone 136 Body and Fender Work, and Painting. Expert workmanship. General Body Rebuild. Fire Hall, Airport. Phone 2722. WANTED- Good Cedar Shake Boards. Singles or doubles. $100 per M delivered. Donner Shake Co., R. 5, Arlington. -5 miles E. of Edgecomb. Housekeeper Wanted. Mrs. H. B. Caylor. Phone 1135. ~ANTED---TrucR an,! tractor re pairing-~all makes, all moo els. International - Harveste, dealer. EARL "WEBER PONTIA~ FOR TRAD% OON'T THROW THAT ELECT~RIC RAZOR AWAY--Trade it in on a new Schick or Remington at JOHNSON DRUG Arlington FOUND White and black dog found in front of Barney's Wrecking Ga- rage Friday night. Call 213, RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Ptg. Co., Phone 493 ro-mo rlc Only Frigidaire has Lifetime Porcelain finish that adds years of life to this Dryer. Steam, heat, water, won't hurt it. Stays white and gleaming. Wipes clean with a damp cloth. • BuilMn Filtrator traps all lint, reduces moisture in drying room • Automatic time and temperature controls--prevent overheating • Needs no vents or, expensive plumbing • Dries clothes fluffy-soft, sunshine sweet Your Arlington Frigidaire Store ICh " co zcTxo. Weber to Show ange m Dates l In The Arlington Times of Nov. M .... D_--,:--_ • • n - • [26 there appeared a news item re- lqcw .uuu c unemmovment ins. [garding a damage suit resulting f~ ~ .! ~ .~ [from the Everett-Arlington stage un rrlaa ~ ill . a !. . ~accident which occurred on the • LallS a[ arnngmn !Kellogg Marsh road last Sept. 2. The Earl Weber Pontiac Co. Tho Wv,~-,~** ,~i,,~ -,~ *)~,~ w-~ i The article stated that Mrs. kliza. w1]] dlsplay the new 1954 Pan- nlnvmant q~ao,,rlt~ r~nu,,fma,~t eth Kelly, Darrlngton, plaintiff, • " ~'~ ............... ~ "~ ..........acti " tlac at their show rooms, corner a,~,,-,,-o,-~ ,,,a.,, ~h~, ,~ .... ,,,,, ng for herself and son. al- Fifth and Olympic, on Friday. ac- men~"i'nsurancez clalrn~an~t's'~'w~o leged that the bus and a logging cording to announcement by Mr. re~,ularlv renort to the Arlin,-,,,~ truck driven by a Morris bwan. Weber. Itinerant Service Office in the ~on mdeswlped. The new line, said Mr. Weber. City Hall at Arlington on Friday ~ The complaint, we are in- will be called the Star Chief should report next week and th'e formed, does not make a charge series. It is on a new chassis, and following week on Tuesday since of "sideswiping.' It reads as foi- ls bigger, longer and more luxur- Christmas and New Year's Day;lows: ious than anything ever previous- fall on Friday. I A logging truck of "Jones & !y built by Pontiac. J.W. Johnson, manager of the!Anderson Logging Co., and driven Mr. Weber also noted that the Everett office, said that all claim- ] by one Morris Swanson, came in- 54 Pontiacs will again be avail- ants who would normally bclto view of the bus at the top of able with the most widely used scheduled to report on F~iday,tsai(t rise and was proceeding in of all automatic transmissions-- December 25. at the Arlington a southerly direction along said the Dual-Range Hydra.Matte. It City Hall, should report on Tues- cotinty road. That said bus and will be offered as optional equip- ment with both six and eight cylinder engines on any car in the line. Pontiac introduced Dual- Range Hydra-Matic in 1952 and it was being installed on more than 85f4 of all Pontiaes sold until ~roduetion was cut off last Aug- ust by the fire at General Motors' transmission plant in Livonia Michigan. O Real Estate For Rent FOR RENT: Near btanwood, three bedroom home, modern bath, electric h.w., wired for range• Chicken house and barn. Phone Hfland 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 RENT -- 2-room furnished apartment, ground floor, pri- vate entrance• Olympic Apts. & Auto Court. Furnished Apartment for rent couple or single person prefer- red. Phone 1064. FOR RENT --- 2-bedroom apart- ment. Utility room, garage. Wallis Bros. Phone 366. 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, Rt. 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 DANCE DANCE AT ALLEN GRANGE ev- ery Saturday night, 3 miles N. of Burlington on Chuckanut drive. Music by Shirley's Music Makers. LOST LOST -- Long-haired cat, gray with white chest; large; long bushy tail, lost about 5 miles N.W. of Arlington. Reward. Box 277, Arlington. day, December 22. All others wire are scheduled to report on Janu- ary 1, 1953, should report on Tuesday, December 29. It is important to claimants to observe these SCiledules as neith- er the Everett local office or any itinerant station offices will be open on Christmas or New Yeats Day, and unless chdman~s ob- serve the above change in sched- ile lhey run the risk of losing; credit for the week for whici~ the • epo~t is being made. Other than the above change in schedule, all previous announce,~ ~schedules will remain the same. (). No. 23659 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington In and for the County of Snohomish. In the Matter of the Estate of WIN- RIGHT C. KELLEY. Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that Willlaan T. Drake, administrator of the above en- titled estate, has filed with the Clerk of said Court his final report and pe~i- lion 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 hearlng 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 ANDERSEN, Clerk of said Court. By Harry Falk, Deputy. J. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P. MATI-IEWS, JR., Attorneys for Adminis- trator, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st pub.: Dec. 3, 1953. Date of last pub. : Dec. 17, 19~3. truck continued to approach each other on said highway, but that said truck and bus were both [~e- ing operated at a rate of speed in excess of a reasonable speed under the circumstances then ex- isling and both said bus and truck were occupying a portion of the highway to lhe left of their respective traffic hines. That im- mediately prior to the meeting of the truck and bus on said high- way and long after it had become apparent that they would collide unless one or both returned to their own traffic hines, the driver of the bus swerved to the right onto the shoulder of the highway. That from the shoulder of tim highway the bus continued for a distance of approximately 150 ft., striking a small bridge covering a deep ditch immediately to the right of the shoulder, and then plunged into the ditch itself' The Times gladly records the correction. 0 RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Ptg. Co., Phone 493 O CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends and neighbors who gave their kind- ness, sympathy, beautiful cards and floral offerings during the recent loss of a beloved hus- band and father and grandfath- eL--The Tate Family• c Use Times Classified Ads--- effective, econofaical. DR. W. GLENN BIFFER, OPTOMETRIST NEW LOCATION .OURS BRACY BUILDING 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.Ph e 121 Olympic Ave. Closed Tuesdays 3131 For That Christmas Dinner TURKEYS - ROASTING HENS - FRYERS (Not ( ohl Storage Stock) Personally Selected, and Fresh Killed and Dressed ARLINGTON COLD STORAGE @ Rest your heart • Relax your nerves • Elevate your feet • Support your back A utomotlcally reclines to any position I and seen on TV |osil Rothbone. slo, of the 8,oodwoy p|oy "Sherlock tlolmes'. Covered in Your Choice of Fabrics Give a gift of comfort SUl~m~! -- the famous chair recommended by stot Basil Rothbonel Rekqines automatically -- gives complete contour support, from h~ad to toe. The perfe~ all-arcund chair for reading, relaxing, TY view. ing. Test the amazing comfort your~elfl HENRY MURRAY ARLINGTON'S FURNITURE STORE