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-) THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, W kSHINGTON, TttURSI AY, DEC. 31, 1953. PAGE SEVEN Wanted WANTED DEAD STOCK Courteous Service Everett Bayview 9549 Sound Byproducts, Inc. 651, Everett, Wash. FLOYD E. HEADLEY Livestock FOR SALE--Holstein Cow will be fresh any time. Matt Turko- rich, R. 5, Arlington. Several 35 to 40 lb. weaner pigs -- available now at reasonable price. Cornells, R. 1, E. Stan- Wood, 1% miles west of Hie- SERVICES RUTH M. HEADLEY Teacher of Piano Beginners and advanced pupils accepted; ),our home or mine. Available for piano solos and accompaniments. R. 5. Arlington; Phone 2738 Electrical SERVICE - CONTRACTING Cash Livestock Buyer chel's Corner. Commercial & ReMdential Wir- Licensed and Bonded .~ 2738, Arlington Exchange PUPPIES, to give away. Will ing.--Lighting Fixtures-- Ap- make fine pets. Frank Donner, pliance Repair and Service. ~rlington (E. of Edgecomb) R. 51 Arlington (5 miles out). LEO G. HALL Phone 2042 406 So. French LIVESTOCK ~, --~ ~your livestock to Seattle poultry and misc. items, 10 a. ~Iondays. . m.; dairy cows, b~ef, young the market price. Call col- stock, hogs a~d zhee'p, 12 noon. -Call- t Marysville 4180. FARMERS AUCTION SALE, SNOHOMISH. F. L. ~WENSON, CLA2D DUTTON OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Arlinbton - Kellogg Marsh Owner, Auctioneer: Phone 1484 , Arlington ~ T--~-- ~ry~ APPLIANCE REPAIR. For genera~ Marysville~,,~,~ day ~ywhere. Call 2785 eve- appliance repalr ana oil heate: FOR SALE ntngsl Joe Running. service,Phone 643.call Winkes IIardware and more people are ask- R ]E for Sterilized Molasses ea state ninl s. $1.60 for 80 lbs. er & Son, Phone 2051. ------Fo~ -g/i wg-Xh to 20e; also cedar poles. Anyi make G.I. loans. 6Practically h or size. Carl Schmid, R., 100 per cent to the G.I. up to lington (Lake Riley Rd.) $10,000. Either in or out of town. Lathrop Ins. Agency, 413 LE--2-story frame build- (old Clausen Hotel), Sil- Olympic Ave. Phone 2675. Ar- L.; approximately 100,000 lington, Wash. tl ft. lumber. Reasonable. --~-- details write Paul Lee, Sil- FOR SALE Wash. We have Responsible Buyers Muddy? Put in hog Waiting, If Your Price Is Phone 18221. Reasonable LLE---Reject or--~oug-h ~ WE CAN SELL IT! sheeting, 5/16, %, % and Frank J. Eddy & H. O. Zwarg . Pick up at mill. Arling- Realtors Umber & Plvwood Co. 916~2ndSt., Snohomish Ph. 2932 Chairs, crutches, trusses, ~ A ~T~----------------;- I nal belts. Johnson Drug. [uare the best grade, wood or coal heater they don't ': R & SON - Phone 2051 want, please call Marysville ~ 5271 collect. Lake Ki Chil- ,' 4", 6", 8". Pumice Chim- dren's Foster Home. ~cks. Phone 1"314.Ar- ~~Fen~ Concrete Proaucts. Painting. Expert workmanship. i ~~l--~- General Body Rebuild. Fire Hall, Airport. Phone 2722. FOR SALE Boards. Singles or doubles. $100 per M'delivered. Donner Shake. condition - Terms Co., R. 5, Arlington. 5 miles E. Pea. 22Fll of Edgecomb. CAN'T STOP-- WANTED--Truck and tractor re- DON'T START ~ pairing--all makes, all models. wheel alignment, International-Harvester dealer. light adjusting. EARL WEBER PONTIAC AUTO ELECTRIC "--~: ................... -"~ & Brake Service ANNOUNCEMENTS Phone 136 Posts---25c each. Ph. Flapjack Breakfast at V.F.W. 5839 or A. M. Bemis. Hall Saturday, Jan. 9. Serving railes east on Robinson 7 a.m. till ? Kids, 35c; others 60c. Cub Scout benefit. FOUND No. _ NOTICE OF HEARING FINAI~ REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of strayed to our placei Washington for Snohomish County. IN PROBATE Owner may have In the matter of the E:tate of: by proving identity, and CHARLES B. DONAHUE, Deceased. for feed and ad. W.H.Notice l~ hereby given that C0ra Don- Phone 3253. ahue. Executrix of the Estate of Charles B. Donahue, Deceased, has filed in the FOR TRADE THAT ELECTRIC AWAY--Trade it in on Schick or Remington at JOHNSON DRUG Arlington 'CLOTHING office of the clerk of said court her fi- nal Report and Petition for Distribu- tion, asking the court to settle said re- distribute the property to the per- thereto entitled and to discharge Cora Donahue; and that said Re- and Petition will be heard on the )~2nd day of January, 1954, at 1:30 p.m. at the Court Room of the Probate ~Je- partment of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections and contest the same. DATED this 18th d~b" of December Parrott and Star(SEAL) ANDERS ANDERSON, Clerk of Said Court. Expert shoe re- By Myrtle Jordan, Deputy ton Shoe Shop. Date of first publication: Decembe] 24. i9 3. ROBERT C. BIBB, Attorney for Es- your measurements fate, 337 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, tailors. Featuring WashingtOn.. ",rted woolens, $55R'F " at Penney's in Arling-E. alor Wins AUTOMOTIVE Television Set Winner of the television set overnaul, line- given away by June's Food Store wheel balanc, on Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, Weber Pontiac was E. R. Falor of R. 5, Arlington. The drawing was made by little Shirley Hicks, under the super- - Phone 1344 vision of Gordon Quilitz and Ed. CLEANERS Holland, the Henry Murray pub- for lic address system being used to ALTERATIONS make the announcements. Hayes Packing Co. Custom kill- ing, cutting, a.d wrapping. Locker beef. Phone 3401 or 351. Arlington. EMERSON SYLVANIA --------- as low as 159.95 OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 Arlington Davis, 109 S. Olympic. Phone 1562_____2_" .... --------- A~'rIFICIAL~ BREEDING Guernsoy~ Holstein Jersey W Hereford 2~~ Milking Shorthorn Arlington 2141 gal. Well Tile, Culvert Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Phone 1314. Arlington Concrete Prod- ucts. Radio tubes and repair. Tele- vision service. All service work guaranteed. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY Registerea Guernsey bulls, ready for service, guaranteed breea- ers. Rent, trade or sell. Low prices. Valley Gem Farms, Arlington PHONE 2601 COAST-TO- COAST Arlington & Installation IRVIN H. KALLOCK R. 2, E. Stanwood, Wash. - Insurance - Farmers' Mutual at Enumclaw Fire and Automobile Phono_ Peoples 2111 Hotpoint APPLIANCES Complete Residential and Com- mercial Wiring, Contracting, Motor and Appliance Repair. Bracy Electric 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 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. Because at space limitations, ~nd problems of makeup in get- ting the paper to press, it is otlen found necessary to omit church notices. We regret this, but be.I lieve the necessary announce-] ~xents c~n ~e published each] ~eek if the following rules areI followed: [ Announcements to contain on-[ Iy: Name of church, address.~ name of pastor, time of service[ ~nd sermon subject. All notices to he in Times office by 2 p.m. tuesdays. Big Increase In Road Construction ................... r'x~endilures on Washington's : i hw ~ ' h hig ajs during t,.e year end- i ling March 31, 1953, were the highest in history and over the next fiscal year, they will be .... e\~en higher, according to Wil- liam A. Bugge, Director of High- lways for the Washington State Highway Commission. "Increases in funds for the reg- ular schedule of motor vehicle laxes, supplemented by $84 mil- lion in bonds, have made it pos- Congregational Church A. D. Brokaw, Minister ~'! Ford's completely new 130-horsepower overhead valve 9:45 a.m., Sunday School. 11 a.m. -- Worship, with the Y-block V-8 engine, which Ford engineers call the greatest Communion. Sermon,"When the improvement since the original Ford V-8 and an improved Old Goes, and the New Comes." ll5-horsepower OHV I-block Six, are power choices in the -------- new 1954 Ford passenger cars to be introduced by dealers. Catholic Church early in January. The new deep-block construction of the V-8 Father James H. Deady, pastor results in smoother, quieter and more responsive power with Sunday masses: r ' Arlington ~ 9 a.m. on first, greater economy and longer engine life. This cutaway model third and fifth Sundays 11 a.m. shows the engine's interior construction. on second and fourth Sundays. Stanwood--9 a.m. on second Sisco Heights Community Church |~,r~n~r ~)~mo and fourth Sundays, ii a.m. on George Eylander, pastor a.~svsaa~ a~uu~ao first, third and fifth Sundays. Sunday School at 10 a.m. -- -- Sunday services at 11 a.m. Eve. Arlington and Lakewead nlng services at 7 p.m. Methodist Churches Free transportation. J. P. Porter, minister Morning worship: Lakewood, Church of Jesus Christ, . 9:45; Arlington, 11:00. Sermon: of Latter Day Saints "What God Requires of You." Sunday School 10 a.m. at V.F. Sunday School: Arlington, 9:45; W. hall. Lakewood 10:30/ Holy Communion will be ob- Seventh-Day Adventist Church served at the morning service. M.M. MoAt, pastor Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion. Our Savior's Lutheran ChUrch 'al services 11 a.m. Burke & Newberry Prayer Service Wednesday, at Edwin Sandvig, Pastor 8:00 p.m. % New. Year's Eve Program at Church located on corner of 9 p.m. with Watch Night Service Burke and Talcott at head of at 11:15 p.m. New Year's Day Lincoln bridge, o_______ worship,, at 11 a.m., sermon theme, tIow T~ Be Christ-like No. ~905 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT Stewards of a N~w Year." AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION Sunday -- Sunday School at In the Superior Court of the ~State of 9:45 a.m. with Adult Bible Class. WashingtOn in and for the County of Snohomish. Worship service at 11 a.m., ser- IN PROBATE mort theme, "The Holy Spirit In the Matter of the Estate of TIMo- THY J. DORGAN, also known as TIM Gives Boldness to Speak," Acts 4:23-31. The Sunday School Teacher's Meeting on January 7 at 8 p.m. i~ open to everyone for the study on "The Confessions of The Lu- theran Church." Christian Science First Church of Christ, Scient- ist, Fourth and Dunham streets. Sunday School 11 a.m. Sunday Service 11 a.m. Wednesday testimonial meet- ing 8 p.m. Reading room, Church edifice, open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., except legal holi- days. The subject of the Les~on.Sor- man for Sunday, Jan. 3rd, is: "God." Golden Text: Exodus 20:2,3. I am the Lord, thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bond- age. Thou shalt have no other Gods before me. Silvana.Lakewood Lutheran Pariah J. H. Myrwang, pastor Zion Lutheran Church, Silvana: Sunday, Jan. 3---11 a.m., Di- vine services. Saturday, Jan. 9--9:00 a.m. Confirmants meet. Sunday, Jan. ~ -- 9:45 a m. 'Sunday School. Note date. Tuesday, Jan. 12---8 p.m., An nual Business Meeting of Con- gregation. 1st Lutheran Church, Lakewood: J. H. Myrwang, pastor Sunday, Jan. 3--10 a.m., Sun- day School. Saturday, Jan. 9--11 a.m., Con- firmants meet. 8 p.m., annual meeting of Congregation. Very FOR . . . important. All attend. FASTER SERVICE Sunday, Jan. 10--11 a.m. Di- Call or leave at Enyeart's vine w~rship services. Darrington 511 I Monday, Jan. 4---8 p.m., Bible KILLOUGH CLEANERS Study Course begins at Central 403 Olympic Ave. Arlington, Wn./Lutheran Church, Everett. Con- "~;'-~;';-----=---~::-~:-----;=--=::-~-~-;- t inues each Monday for 8 weeks. Silvana and Lakewood Parish The Lutheran Free Church O. J. Haukeness, pastor Silvana: Sunday, Jan. 3--Sunday School 10 a.m. Divine Worship 11 a.m. Moreday, Jan. 4--Annual bus- iness meeting of the congrega- tion S p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6-- Ladies' Aid 2 p.m. Mrs'. Jim Pxyor and Mrs. Jack Pryor wilI be hostesses. Lakewood: Sunday, Janl 3--Divine Wor- ship 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 7--Ladies' Aid in the parsonage in Silvana, 2 p.m. Mrs. Haukeness will be hostess. , Captain Hill Departs Seattle for Naples Captain Lester M. Hill, USN, left Seattle recently for Naples, Italy, where he will serve on the staff of Striking Force South, af- ter 2% years as District Com- munications Officer. Thirteenth Naval District. Captain Hill has served con- tinuously in the U. S. Naval Re- serve since March 1932 and achieved the rank of Captain in September of this year. Prior to duty in Seattle he was stationed at Pearl Harbor, where he was! Assistant District Communica- tions Officer for the 14th Naval District knd Executive Officer of the U. S. Naval Communication Station. Before going on active duty in 1940 Captain Hill worked with Associated Press wire service for seven years. He has also held an amateur radio license since 1921 and various commercial radio li- censes since 1933. Commander G. W. Warren, USN, Officer-in-Charge of the U.S. Naval Radio Station "T," Arllng- ton, Washington, is now acting District Communications Officer pending the arrival of Comman- der Frederick R. Hoeppner, USN, in January 1954. O -'- RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Pig. Co., Phone 493 Assembly of God Taherncrcle Rev. V. Delgatty, pastor Sunday Services: 9:45 a.m., Sunday School and Adult Bible class. 11 a.m., morning service. 8 p.m., evening service. Week-day services: Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. Fri.~ day, 8 p.m., Youth meeting. 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 evening, 7:30 p.m. Replacing Parlors The old-fashioned parlor kept under lock and key and opened only for company is a rarity these days. And, says Mrs. Frances C. ale- son, County Extension Agent, so is the fragile furniture that went with those seldom-used parlors. Every room in today's smaller modern home, she says, is a "living room." And the furniture is built to take the daily use. As a result, furniture is no longer selected largely for ap- pearance. Durability and ease~of upkeep are the modern home- makers' most important shop- ping standards for home furnish- ings. Manufacturers have taken the hint and today,s furniture marts feature sturdy, clean - lined simple functional furnishings. Metals and plastics are becom- "Enter into his gates - with thanksgiving, and irito his courts J. DORGAN and T. J. DOROAN, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lo- rene Roecovius, executrix of the Estate of Timothy J. Dorgan, deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, to distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled, and to discharge said Lorene Roscovius; and that said petition and report will be heard on the 18th day of January, 1954, at 1:30 o'clock p.m, at the courtroom of the Probate Department of said Court. Dated this 16th day of December, 1953. ANDERS ANDERSEN, Clerk of said Court. By Myrtle Jordan, Deputy, HOWARD C. GRAHAM. Attorney for Executrix, Gunderson Building.East Stanwood, WashingtOn. Date of 1st pub., Dec. 1-7, 1953. Date of last pub.. Dec. 31. 1953. lng increasingly popular in fur- niture design. And many furni- ture woods are being given mar- resistant finishes. Colorful upholstery fabrics are being substituted for decorative design. Colorful as they are, however, upholstery fabrics are also functional; and easy to care for.. Many labels now carry as- surances that the materials are colorfast, preshrunk and wash- able. o In Arlington . Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING YOUR JUST PHONE.- Just lift your phone receiver and call 493 to place a want ad... simple isn't it... and it may mea extra cash for you. Times and shopper want ads re ch 4,000 families in the Stillaguamish Valley every week. Your friends know the value of want ads.., the cost is low only 65 cents for 22 words. Phone 493 now and charge it. and Shopper with praise." Ps. 100:4. sible for us to build highways at a far more rapid rate than ever before," said Bugge, "These increased funds have made it possible for us to meet more ef- fectively the challenge posed by the very swift increases in traffic occurring over the past few years." Expenditures for construction Ior the year ending March 31, 1953, totaled approximately $38 million and for maintenance about $8;2 mllhon. Administra- tive costs during the same period equaled about $1% million. For comparative purposes and to em- phasize the considerable increas- es in expenditures, Bugge went on to show that in 1941, the Washington Department of High- ways spent: about $7 million for construction, a little over $3~/i I million for maintenance and a little over $600 thousand for ad- ministration. Fred G. Redmon, Chairman of the Washington State Highway Commission from Yakima, point- ed out that in thirteen years, ex- penditures for construction of state highways had increased five times while costs of main- tenance had only little more than doubled and costs of adminis- tration had increased only about 90 per cent. "We are doing over 5 times as much construction work as the Department did in 1940," said Redmon, "Concentration on do- ing more work with less people has made it possible for adminis- trative costs to be kept at a low level despite a doubling of wages." In his report, Bugge mentioned an interesting fact which showed that, during the past five years, contract awards had totaled $162 million and during the previous 42 years from 1906 to 1948, con- tract awards totaled only $123 million. In the l~ast five years Bugge pointed out, construction contract awards had exceeded those in the previous 42 years by, $39 million. CARD OF THANKS - Our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness in the re- cent loss of our wife and moth- er. For the beautiful floral of: ferings and t h e comforting words of sympathy we are deep- ly grateful.---Claus Rose, Mrs. Beulah Skorstad, Mrs. Erma Mc- Gladrey and family, Mrs. Edith De Golfer and family, Eugene Roark and family. YOU-- Pin money can be yours--with the aid of want ads in The Arlington Times and Shopper, Surely yeu have outgrown toys, discarded fur. niture, "antiques" and many other saleable ohJects around your home. \ ~he Arlington Time~