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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, SHINGT()N, TIH?RS AUG. 13, (" 1 ,)o.L SEVEN Livestock- Poultry-- We have the finest rug laying]Services ~-------~--~ ] service---Top quality MohawkI FOR SALE -- Fryers. Mrs. L. J.[ rugs and carpets at city prices,]~able for elderly per- Palmer. R. 2, Arlington. Jordan] plus me Know how in laying.[ son. Excellent home cooked Road, Phone 3693. [ --Henry 1vturray, Arhngton. meals, electric heat Mrs A C l~'r Benson, Phone 2525. " " " FOR SALE--Weaner pi~,s Law- I~'-'r~ ~ r ~---~-:~ ~ ,zase comoinej ,o in good condition Bert Albert ty s Turkey Farm. Phone 1873 . ,! RUTH M. HEADLEY ~h-~nel ~1~' ~ast ~tanwood. vnone Teacher of Piano and Organ .= ] ' 2420. W. D. Heffernan, R. 1, Fall class now organizing Arlington. Linoleum and tile of all kinds Studio: 318 No. French, Arlington [ plus top quality laying service:] . Phone. 121 . . LIVES'rOCK The best costs no more Henry i ~eglnners ann aavancea pupils. Send your livestock to Seattle on Murray, Arlington. Member Everett Chapter, Wash- Mondays Cet mark,t wrlos= /~!ingmn State and National Music Call co'llect-Mar'~:svi'h'e Ol.'ive 3 out of 10 homeowners have Teachers Association. '- oJ ] not increased their insurance l~ Rn~ 7~, M~rv~villo, ~ roll,= In years. With higher property I SCHOOL OF MUSIC S of Midwav*~)n'old 99. values and fires taking a big-IFender Guitars, Lira Accordions. ~ ger toll, it's time to "update"l Lessons and accessories. Zona AUCTION SALE -- Livestock, YOUR coverage! I McConnell, 618 West Avenue. Dairy Cows, Heifers, Feeder lWESTSIDE INVESTMENT .CO J Phone 224. Cattle. Beef, Pigs, Hogs, and l INCORPORATED ]~ Horses, every Thursday atJ Arlington, Darrington, UAI I 'C E! r'f"'rr~!f" 12:30. Miscellaneous sale Fur-I E. Stanwood, Silvana [ F]/-~LL ,9 CLI-k~IKIk ntture, Household Goods and l- I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Miscellaneous items every]S110 a week gu =rmateed. Sales-I And INSTALLATION Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Poultry and man with management poten-/ ELECTRIC HEAT miscellaneous Saturday, 7:30 tial. Healh, accident and retire- I Office in Coast-to-Coast Store p.m. Snohomish Auction Mar- ment program. Neat appearing. 303 N Olympic Phone 201 or 2042 ket, located 2 miles west ofman 24-37. Good car, refer-! " " Snohomish. Britton Bros Own- Prices. Call Regent 3-3102 Bell-I~ ers and Auctioneers. Phone ingham. I u Logan 8-2377, Snohomish. ~l Bonded State Electrician 66' Youngstown Cabinet Sink---I Electrical Contracting & Instal- BABY CHICKS --- Laying strains Brand new--comnlete with all Elation -- Vecto Ray Baseboard and meat strains. Available fittin=s--~ h~=~,~ f,~ 1~o a~] Heat now at Arhngton Feed & Farm complete Henry Murray, Ar Call for Free Estimates Supply Phone 4121 - " ", - hngton. I Phone 3029 Arlington, Wn. buz saw with 5 h. p electric T~r~T~T~ m ~V rnT motor and 6 saws, 10-in to 16- I~I'LJ2JI% /-V -IUB-E notpomt AUtO wasner -- t,a~e in or will trade for good 2- rl~l[~Orl~Tl~T/'~ model--looks like new---S89.50 wheel trailer Phone Marvsville ~t v'o~l'~'~ complete Henry Murray, Ar ,- Olive 9-1041." All Service Work Guaranteed nngmn. ~ WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY l~r~. ~IX~AI,~. want responslole BLUE Lo~St~,~if%u~nllY:vid2 eaFe party to assume small mo. LIDDLE'S PLUMBING & REPAIR P P pyts. Also spinet piano WriteSERVICE--New installations-- .soK and lofty,l~rooKs tiara-Credit Mgr Tallman Pi'ano Repair and remodeling of old wm'~ Stores, Inc Salem Ore "- ~ systems. Sewer to rooftop Ph. Monarch Comb. Wood & Electric FOR SALF ,---Eastern hay, 1st, ~nd Arlington 3514. range--All brand new units-- or 3rd cutting. Phone Arling- S1V~G-i~ REPAIR--Fat- perfect condition--a bargain, ton 2473. tory authorized dealer for $99.50 complete. Henry Murray,~-&-S-aie--s-~u- Briggs-Stratton, Clinton, Power Arlington ~~ thorized. Oscar C. N. Nilson, Products, Engines. Parts in Electrolux Corp 3317 Colby, stock. CORDZ BATTERY SHOP, from lot back of store. Ex- Everett. Alpine 2-0112. Phone 722, Arlington. change bldg. for moving costs. Phone 1501, 332 Olympic Ave FOR SALE--Top soil, fill gravel Arlington. crushed and river gravel, ant road gravel Phone 2423. A, Maytag Auto W--aas~ell---ent Schulberg. R. 1. Arlington. condition--we guarantee con- dition--$99.50 complete. Henry Murray, Arlington. Car-Truck Parts, Tools and Accessories--Good Supply Wholesale - Retail - ARLINGTON AUTO PARTS 305 Olympic . Phone 94 We need good used furniture & appliances -- Excellent allow- anees and easy terms. Henry Murray, Arlington. here at the Seattle price schedule, save transportation. Angle iron, 'T' beam, plate, diamond plate, flat bar, rod stock, key stock, shafting. Matin O'Sullivan, 211 2nd St. FOR SALE--Truck with boom and double winch. Suitable for logging, loading, etc. $700. Small crawler tractor with trailer. $350. 8 mi. from Dar- rington down Chatham Acres Road. first house. Call HE 6- 2251J FARM & HAYING EQUIPMENT PARTS and supplies. We stock Mower Parts for Deere--Me. Cormick -- Case -- Ferguson -- New Idea--M01s . [ Moline, etc Field Chopper Blades Hvdrau:c Hose Steel Drive Chain Your New hiea Dealer OLYMPIC .RADIO & T V FREE TUBE TESTING Now located at the JAY BEE SURPLUS STORE Phone 4171 or 1501 ,qA~~----~om killing, cutting and wrapping. Locker beef. Phone Arlington 3401 or 1123. Shavings or hog ~uel for barn yards, loafing sheds, chicke~ houses, etc. Call Union MiB Co 2S22 or 454. Davis, 509 E. Di~,sion. Phon~ 1925. Moving ~ Raising -- Foundation RepaiSng. W. F. WALKER Phone 3471. VVINEES HARDWARE Address: R. 1, East Stanwood G-E Wringer Washer--Excellent,&, W.C. 13.39 OL 9-2571 I neei unairs, t~rutcnes, trusses. SI~P-T~-C-TANKS, 750A~-. 5~,--26( conultion -- } 5~ DO complete. Abcln~in~l R~ t~ ~AIbV 1"1171T~ Henr "" y ~urra), Arlington. ~ gem, 4," 6' and 8' Concret~ SPECIAL and PumiceBuilding Blocks Well Tile, Culvert, Sewer and Steal ' 22 cu. ft ' : $298 I ~' ~110'.ef IF'roducts.Drain Tile.PhoneArlington1314 Concrete 25 ca. ft $348 / ~u Roger Nelson Jewelry Appliance SKIERATTSEPlai~i wool 69 Burlington. Phone PL. 5-3185 RS, l'ght weight 69c! ,~UALITY SIRES--ALL BREEDS I~REED THE BEST--BREED Maytag Wringer Washer--Excel- Killough Cleaners EVERGREEN NORTHWEST lent condition--late type---we'p~o PHONE 2141 Arlington . n ne ~6ee we uenver guarantee condition -- $89.95t ~ -- complete. Henry Murray, Ar-J ~,~, ~2T-TTI~Tr~ ]ington. ~.~ ~xxza.~a.~a.] ~ Complete sharpening & small ~nn~J for best buys in Quality Fur- engine service. Saw, mower ers Frien~:"lMt'V=r--~,-~:'~'~;r~:~-'''~ nlture. Ru.~s, Reupholster. and tiller rental Your McCul- loch Dealer, Arlington Saw & " ing and Used Furniture. Repair Phone 724 (Bus De- 4 Ca. Ft. Frigidaire---Good work- ing condition--S49.50 complete. Henry Murray, Arlington. FOR SALE---Steel frame trailer. Phone 2525. Brand new--22 ca. ft. Quicfrez-- zero freezer--top quality--5 yr. warranty--built to "take it"-- $368.95 complete. Henry Mur- ray, Arlington. Open 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday,~ t)'ooD Open Sundays Noon-6 p.m. ~ Shavings, Sawdus, SHIELD'S FURNITURE and Hog Fuel. Prompt delivery -)~ Mi. No M~rv.~vil]e on old . 19, Run Pearson. Phone Arlington -~ - -o 2452. Wanted-- WANTEI:)---Housework, by young woman; laundy work, etc. 131 West Gilman Ave. WE NEED 20 acres or more, log- F~ SALE---5-30 Homelite saw, ged off land or young timber, and 38 inch bar. Good con- with water preferred. Can buy dition. Phone 2569. for cash or contract. GREEN- Bran-'-n'~ne~Tapp--'~an Built-ini ACRES, Inc Tree Farm Spe- Range -- Complete with autoI cialists, 6630 Rainier Ave Se- oven & top burners--stainlesslattle 18, Wash. Ph: PArkway 5-7800. steel finish--a deluxe outfit FOR SALE---U-haul sa~vdust and shavingS. Portage Creek Mill.' Phone 1381. FIR MILLWOOD Prompt Delivery PHONE 2S22 or 2132 "WALLY" Friends all wish her a speedy re- covery. Mrs. Theo Swimme was also a patient at the Arlington General Hospital last week, returning to EFFIE ARVIDSON, miles west of Highway 99. W. Farms. Dairy, Berry, Truck and l Guardian. i 1V~ATHEWS & MATHEWS, Attorneys D. Cornell, R. 1, Box 385, E.I Diversified. Tracts and acre-~r t~uardian, 315 olympic Avenue, Ar- Stanwood. age. home and investments, ngto~, Washington. ~ nropertv management. Call W. Dare'of 1st publication, Aug. 13, 1959. Late model Norge Auto Washer i H. Pra{ Phone 3253 or write Date of last publication, Aug. 27, 1959. 4~ --l~eluxe type, excellent condi-j care of Box 253. Lathrop Real- RUBBER STAMPS tion--$9950 complete. Henryi tv. 1820 7th St Marysville, Arlington Printing Co. Murray Arlington. Wash. Phone 493 I i , = i I Our Savior s Lutheran Church ;/lrlington Assembly of God AI~IIU/?TAM IJ~lriiT@ I E.E. Tollefson Pastor :C RientJes Pastor ~U(L|flQI~N re:lUg/3 ! Divine Worsi~'ip--10"00 ],~' . ' Mrs J. ~. Norman . Ph. 1781 ~, ~,1~--'----- l hoTI: ol~n~ir n EC.l~l~l;:211 ~nee~"hatrstahy :9"~aaa'~'ll:00 a ~nS. u ~trYn iSuC h ~1o/s l~1 all age~ ~ ~,~1~11~1~ ][D]~ afternoon of )~ukUst 27th at--2:90. 7"45 p'm"! EvanglYlstic Sel~lce ~ ' Mlddler week at Bible Camp begins - The annual Troop and Cub l Ion Sunda-"evenin- ofAu'-us- I~-'- Tuesday: 7:45 p.m Bible Study a~4 ] .Y ~ ~ t, ObZl. ' Pr " Pack 40 Barbecue will be .heldl ~ JAges 13-14 Senior week of Bible Camp ~etrr * . be ins on'" u soay 7"~ p m young peOple ~ Saturday August 22 Dinner] ~ g ~unuay evening oz ~ugus~ meeting, for ~v~,'~ " will be served fr~ *," u -, ~, ! ~ 23rd. Ages 15 and up. Cost per week is You ZJ~" ~L':'-%~t''" - . ~ .terested" in attending, meetings. Tickets go on sale Monday, Aug / ~ '~ kl:dl" ee the -astor I 10, and close at 3 p. m. on Au~,~ ~ I y s 22. The Sales campaign will be |[~IMIL~I ] --- :~iseo Heights Community ChuLrck on a competitive basis between !i Messiah Lutheran Church, Marysville t~eorge Eylander Pastor ! IV " [(Missouri Synod) i Sunday School at 10 a.m. :he cub Fack and the Scout] ~ i Clemens Pera, Pastor Free transportation Troop. The winner will be treat ! Sunday--Morning service 8:30. Service i~*Lvana-~aKewooo Lu~neran rarisn I conducted by the Rev F Zehe Sunday h ed to a free skating party financ-J H. Myrwang Pastor J School and Bible Classes'9-40 " C urch of Jesus Christ of ed by the loser; also, the loser Zion Lutheran] Silvana: L Tuesday--Mary-Martha Guild 8.0o Latter Day Saints in addition to payin~ for the I Sunday, Aug. 16---11:00 a.m DivineI Wednesday- Sunday School'Sta.ff V F.W Hall art ," ~ . ~erv*ces. 7:30. : r'r]es~nood Meetings ~:00 a p y, ~lll not go on the skating First Lutheran, Lakewood: I On Friday Aug 14 at 7'30 the clog-Sunday School 10:00 a.m. party Sunday Aug. 16---10:00 a.mDivine ln~ nrc~ram of'th~ v~-~t~,~, ~a~h~,= Sacrament Meeting ,1-~q a m The menu for the barbecue is iSe~ulnC~ Au ust 16----1 ^^ .- School will be held at the church Re-Mpr'.I'A' Tuesday: 7:45 p mo:. ~ ~. . y, g :uu p.m ton- freshments served after the program ~ )mary ~ssoc*a~*on ~aturdlay10:3~ as lonows: ~enulne open :ire gregatlon and Sunday School Picnic atj " a.m. ' Southwestern st,leBar~ .~ ! Lake Goodwln Resort ~ ' Relief Society Tuesday 1 p m ~-, ~ - ~u ]United Church of Christ [Se~'enth-day adventist Chure'h " ~2e,oaKeo Deans, potato salad, ',Silvana and Lakewood Parish i Congregational !D~nald Parks, Pastor assorted vegetable trav, straw-,The Lutheran Free Church j James P. Fairbrook Pastor i Church located on corner of Burke berry shortcake, lemonade and o. J. Haukenees, Pastor t 9:30---Morning Worship Service. Sum-iand Walcott at head of Lincoln bridge. eoffoo SUvana: mer schedule. Sermon:"The Hope ofi ~rayer Service Wednesdlay, at 8.'Og. ~ ~ I Sunday. August 16: Luther League 8 Righteousness." ~p.m. ~oy ~couts an(] Cub Scouts 40P-m. Refreshments will be served. I . Sabbath School 9:45;Devotlon~ are ,~lanni-- ~-, --,*~ ,-.u iLakewood: p . ~ ~erv]ces 11 a.m. *~ ~** uuull~; all ~nur~- S~dav An~ust 16"Servlce~~,lth ~nurcn of The Immaculate Conception; day evening, August 13, to see I commun'lon 9 ~5 a m " ~ - iArlingt n, Wash. [ a, rMn t -- -- '~-- a baseball ~ame ~* ~,t-,~ ~+~,~ - [ ~v~ass will be held at 9 a.m. on the! g un ~xee Methodist Cl~urch :.1~ : O ~1~, ~ ~ ~]~UlI Inrst, third, and fifth Sundays, and at i.l~.fth .&~ French ,u*** Jn o~attle, inose piannln~ [7 a.m on the second and fourth Sun-,auen m. Nelson. pastor to attend are to meet at the Ar~- IAKglt//~rll~ [dlays in the Church of the Immaculate'Ph ne 3961 lin~ton Heiuhts hall ~t ~. ~n in U4nLHVVU Conception. Arlington. . Sunday School 9:45. Morning Worship ~ o " ' *--' ~ -- II1:00. Free Methodist Youth 7:00. l~m- uniform if possible. It is hopedI Verla Bailey, Ph. OL9-2788 IChrisUan Science ;lly Gospel "Service 7:30 Children 4 there will be enough adults plan- ~ ~rst Church o! G-'nrist Scientist ith~. .ugh 9 at. 11 o'clock. Dr N~omt ning to go to provide transpor i l eourth and Dunham streets. "i~'e~g~mt~acner - ~ " lne l~lrst ~umeran ~nurch oil Sunday School 11 am Sunday ~er-I y evening, 7:~. }ree '}Ol 'ihees~ Y~s,~u~lSS~nfj) Lak:~l ddWfllonhaVealt~SnSU?2aYt"~e~nts'~n~ testLmoniai meeting a:m!We~sw~ee~ 7 n~.le stuay ana Prsy~ adults accompanying them i - ~, ~ P [p.m. o " . August 16, 1 p m at Lake Good- Reading room, Church edifice, open l ,~lrm irom me Arlingt nlwin Resort "(formerl, Ketch IMonday 2 to 4 p.m. andl Wednesday 2~ Heights 4-H'Club went to Marvs-I ~ . . ;"'Ira 4 p.m. and 6:45 to 7:45 p.ln. I ville last Wednesday t,~ t~uo ~,:.!um s~. t~Ot-lueg luncneon is to DeI The subject of the Christian 8ciencel " v"-~Iserved with coffee cream i~e Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, August 16~ A|~| k io U Igo rngthPra%cell .HPr E]cream and pop furnished, jI sGSI Text: Psalms 99:9. Exalt theI [~ Mrs uon Lewis and Mrs T G ~ora our God and worshlp at his holy~ air WhiCh opens in /viarysvillel . . " ' ". " hill" for the Lord our God is holy. ' 4:r . l /reeman atten(]e(] a lOvely tea |v| Au ust 11 ' ~ I 7~ " /July 30 at the home of Mrs M The First Methodist Church VlSllOrs a~ me ~lOyU r~arney, .^ .^ ~ [ home last week.end w,~r,~ t~,n ] N. Dennis, ~umon(]s, honoring '~'-~.~-,-, -~-. I " wnar~es W, Johnson, Pastor aunts of Mrs. Hartiey s, one corn- .the incoming and outgoing pres- Church School 9:45 a.m. " ~ dian ,dents of the Evergreen District Morning Worshlp 11 a~a lno from In a and the other uaruen clubs. The tea was held Y~.F. 6:~u p.m. from California. While here the Miriam Circle meets the first Thurs- - on me l~ennls lawn an(] me aI- Hartleys took their guests on day of every month at 8 p.m. Mary mad Saturday for a trip to Diablo,:ernoon was .spent en3oymg a M~rtha Circle meets the first Wed]nee- ~ n ,~ ~, very lnteresung OOOK review day at 2 p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild Dam, and :. ' the third Tuesday at 7:30 p.m Wo- Baker. They left for thmr homes,Wings at my Window. Mem- man's society of Christian Service, the v oers of the Laquilla Garden on Monda - . . third Wednesday at 2 p.m. Official Mrs Lloyd Hartlev has hee~ ~ Club which these two ladies rep- Board, the second Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. ~,a ' . . . Board of Education meets first Tuck- patient at the Arlington General resented . wlll enjoy their annual clay, at 2 p.m. Hospital since last Wednesday plcnlc August 19 at the home of the Iver Ronning's at MeKees Beach. The combined Silvana and Lakewood Luther League wiii meet Sunday, August 23 at the Southern Baptist Mission bleetin.gs in Veterans' hall for Sunday ~cnoo~ anu church at 2:30 Sunday af- ternoons. APPLICATION her home on Saturday. home of Bob and Robin Monson No. 15479 Mrs. Cal Freeman, her daugh- Lake Ki. State of Washington, Office of Super- visor of Water Resources Olympia ter, Mrs. Nelson Robinson. Mrs. Mrs. George Aken, accompan- Take Notice ' " H. Macklin and Mrs. Ivan Myer led by Mrs. Ethel Personius and That Den~el N Lllloren of Arlin drove to Vancouver B. C last her grandson, Gregory Smith, at- Washington on i~ay 26, 1959 flle~p~ ' plication for permlt .to divert the pub Thursday to spend the day Mrs. tended the Sea Fair Parade in n " Robinso " . . ~ w=vcr~ o* unname~ spring, m ~e n IS here from Cleveland, Seattle August 1. They ironed amount o.~ 0 03 second foot' subject to r exmting rights continuousl e ~nlo, ior a tWO week V1Sl[ wim Mrs. AKen S oaughte, Mrs. Lola . y ach year ,- ,- ~-. .:,: izor ~ne purpose of domestic supply and her parents. L)avmson, Ior me iestlVltlt25 fish -ro "1 1~ pupatiOn ~zla~ ~ne approximate Mrs. Freda Patch and daugh- Coming nome wlm wtrs. AKen[point of diversion is located within N~NE~SW*~ of Section 6 ter Irene left last week for was her cousin, Mrs Muriel Bur-[, Towl~htp ' " 31 N Range 6 E W M in Snohomish Phoenix, Arizona. to visither back of Seattle, who spent a fewlcou~v brother and family, the Wilbur days here. ]b Any' bJect'i ns must be accompanied y a ~wo sonar ($2 00) recordi fee andl O'Neills. A party Friday evening honor-[filed with the Sta'te Supervisorngof Water Mr and Mrs Andrew Swans- ed Donald Thomsen son of the Resources within thirt "30" ~ - ' ' Y ( ) Qays Irom ton and graddaughter ~oris Vig~o Thomsens on his birthday]August 13, 1959. da s "v Witness my hand and official seal Jean Patch, camped a few y ann1 ersary .~ . I~ms 31st day of July 1959 last week at Sloan Creek, above Mr and Mrs. Jonn mart en-/ M 'G ~r.~r~ Darrington, where Curtis Patch joyed Sunday dinner with Mrs. 1 state supervisor of ~fat~r'tteso'~ces is on guard duty Ior the Forest ~. R. Sweeney and daughter in Service. I Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Harold" Bissell, ! Mr. and Mrs. Viggo Thomsen Mrs. Doris Bissell, and Mr. andand family drove to Seattle Sun- -Pd tow sons, Everett, were din- ner guests at the Waylan Starr home on Sunday. Spending the day at Wood- '~nd Park last Thursday were Mrs. J. B. Norman, and Johnny, Mr and Mrs. Vernon Campbell ~,nd sons, Everett, Mrs. Harold Norman and two children, her mother, Mrs. Elverna England, and sister, Ronda, of Seattle. ~rs. M. Hartley drove to Diablo day to visit Iriends and relatives Dam and Baker Lake on Sun. living there. Don and Marie day for a day's outing. ~homsen remained there with Janice Tayloris home this: relatives for the rest of the week. ,I ~eek on vacation from her work~ A Youth For Christ Film en- at the First National Bank in Ev-i titled "The Tom Bennett Story" erett. I will be shown Wednesday even. Last Friday evening Mrs. i ing, August ]2, 8 p. m. at the James Taylor and daughters,', Fidelity Grange hall. This is a Janice and Carol, attended a] film for young and old alike. bridal shower for Miss Peggy,t Rev. and Mrs. Quahl visited a~ James. I the Paul Baker home enroute to Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor their home from Bible Camp in and daughters, Janice and Carol, Tacoma. and Janice's fiance, Bill Schu- Mrs. J. E. Raymond, of Brand- mann of Everett, picnicked on enton, Fla. has been visiting the Sunday on Camano Island. Jesse Raymond and Danard faro- Mr. and Mrs. Art Norman and ilies the" past three weeks. She family took a picnic lunch along left for her home Monday. and drove to Bothell on Sun~lav Youn~ People of the Lakewoodi to visit Mrs. Norman's parent~, Community Church met at the Mr. and Mrs. John Dilberg. home of Mr. and Mrs. Elshaug Guests this week at the Den- last Sunday evening for their~ zel Lilloren home are Mrs. Lil- weekly get-together. loren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mi~.~ Diane Jacobson, Langley, Hart. Granger. Wash and her British Columbia, is visiting with sister Mrs. Pansy Willis and'her cousins, the Jesse Raymond two sons, Sunnyside. family. Denny Lil]oren received a Bill Twidale left for a ~wo very bad cut on his arm with a weeks visit with relatives in Col- power saw last Friday and has orado and Texas. been unable to work this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Feusner, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ellidge Spokane. have been visiting the Bill Miller and Jesse Raymond families. i at less than builder's price-- We buy well spi~, well tapered $239.95 complete Henry Mar- shakes (no junk). Skagit Tin:.' ray, Arlington. ber Sales, across from Pioneer NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 29438 hall. Phone 2944. ~, In the Superior Court of the State of FOR SALE- 2 Fordson tractor -~=== -~- - --~::~==~--~.- Washington In and For the County tires. Mounted on wheels Rea" of Snohomish. Saturday evening Vern Camp- ": I ,l~b bU--- In the Matter of the Estate of Ida M. reaoy zor use; also large loa(] . . ~ Olson, Deceased. . hell and son, Steve, came from of well rotted fertilizer, $5.00.1~~use ~480~ '~a'l Notice is hereby given that the an- Everett to spend the night at the Mi]lie A. Meyer R 4 3~& milesi ~.~, u.~ dersigned has been appointed and has J. B. Norman home, so that he - ~ .~ ~. '. : '-,evenings, ai[er ~. t~none zt)z~, quall~ieo as ~:xecutor of the estate of east oi ~ryant, right nan(] roa(],~ ~ Ida M. Olson, deceased; that all persons and Mr. Norman could get an up hill left at first mail box. ~FOl~ .~ALE--.2-h~Hr~orn h,~m,a on having claims against said deceased early start on a fishing trip out three acres ood water ood a hereby required tO serve the same of Maple Grove, on Camano Is- ~ ~.~.~ ^ u ,r ~, [,g g duly verified on said ExecutOr or his ". ~ I location. Terms If desired. Real- attorneys of record at t.~he address be- land. They had a good morning ~ompie:e wlm atmcnmen:s --t l" s-ecial Phone 2794 low stated, and file the same with the on the water, bringing home very latest--S49.95 complete. [ Y P " " ~Clerk of said Court. together with proof thre small silvers. " Henr Murra Arlin ton i of such service within six months after w Y Y, g FOR SALE -- 2-bedroom. house,the date of first publication of this ra~nts of Cub Scouts Pack t,~,~ ~ . I with basement on a large lot, notice, or the same will' be barz'edl. 40 met at the bali on tvlonoay r~ ~ r~ -- no,point wringer-I 420 E Hit, bland Drive Phone VICTOR S. OLSON, evenin Instructions were iven type washer. Phone 121 " " " " ~ xecutOr g" g " ! 1474. Mathews & Math~w~ ~t.* ~ ;, as to the sale of tickets for the We buy good used furniture for i 'executor, 3.15 Olympic-kvenu~e"~'r~in'g" Scout Barbecue. and general ~on wasnmg~on cash Henry Murray, Arlington IAyAHTME-NT FOR RENT--All re- --' * : . ' I Cubbi~g problems were dis- . " - uace oz *so ~'uD August 6 1959 =~ ,painted--new furniture. Olym- Date '-- -- I cussed "-- "~ " -- ",~--- ,-,~,-- I uz *ash Z'UD 2kugus~ ZO 1959. " 1~o8 bINGER plc Apartments, rnone zu~. i -----------o~ I . ~ ~ .-7=-~ .-==. Take over payments of like new l~l No 27851 ]ATTEND LEGION P, UXlLIAI~Y Singer equipped to zig-zag 6-room. apartment, furnished. NOTICE T() CREDITORS i-----~CONVENTION IN YAKIMA Wl]] be vacant b Se t In the Sui~rior Court of the State overcast,decorating designs j . y .p. 1st. ~f / The American Legion Depart- " ' AClU]tS r 4 v ,=~***~u, m an~ zor 5he ~oun~y buttonholes, etc. Full price on- only. M s. Chas. Mat- of Snohomlsh ment Convention was held in ]y $48.21. Monthly payment l thews, Phone 512. . In the Matter of the Guardianship of Yakima this year, August 6, 7j ~ CATHARINA OROENDYK Incom e $5 17 2(~vear guar Call A1- ~ - - P -iand 8th The two delegates from l - . ik.)-I~IbUJ~UUI 1 rtuI)~r~ ior rent cent. . . pine collect 9-9171 or Alplnel Pbnna ~, ~1~11 ')~t') ! Notice is hereby given that the an- the Arlington Auxihary Post were~ 9-6717. !. ~'" J ""~'~, ~"~"" 'dersignedl has been-appointedl and has Mrs. Waldo Evans and Mrs. I qualified as Guardian of the estate FOR RENT--Clean 3 roo - - m rood. of Cathari Lloyd Sather The two reported, a BLUEBERRIES, picked and ready - na Groendlyk an incompe-[ : ern furnished house with car- tent" that all persons 'having claims,wonderful time, and expressed to go ThiS lS tne peak oI the ainst said i corn ) port elderly couple preferred ag i n petent are hereby'their wishes that more members] season ~arger Dusn-rlpe blUe- Phon,~ A,~,~+, ,vc '~reqmred to serve the same duly veri- attend berries" just right for pies ] ~ Ifiedl, on said guardian or her attorneyslCO~!d V " "" wa ~ -" '~ ~ ~-~ "~ '-' ,--~ ~ -- --.--7--" of record at the address below stated line con en:lon s nonoreu ~au~.~ anu Jdn~. rr :~'ze your I"UIX ~LWlJ'ITaller soace on me and file the same with the Clerk of'with the presence of the national supply now and have blueber. I rivpr frnnt ~-'*'-'-~-.'--~l~l~*~i'~t~' x~nf~r":said.C urt together with proof of such )resident, Mrs. Charles Gunn, ' ~.'~=." service within six months after the date ry miiffins or pancakes this ~;~:lc tank Iaclntles. ~all ~hfeflarstePul~nc~tlo.~ of this notlce, or from Oregon. winter. Take ,Bryant" road. and~z - : barred. The Arlington unit was award- turn in at bl ~eberry sign 1 : ed a citation for meritorious ser. vice for the past year. Losiand Found- LOST--Sleeping bag and person- al articles. Vicinity Kackman road. Reward. Diane Osburn. Phone 2589. You'll find lhe products. services, firms and stores you need listed in the Yellow Pages of your Telephone 0irectory. ~v/n~ the f~.~ communities in the IJ.8.A. Includes All Types of Screens THERMO-PATE GL~SS SCREENS PORTABLE AND ATTACHED SCREENS RECESSED AND CORNER SCREENS ANY CUSTOM-BUILT SCREEN Regular Prices As Low As $18.95 0L 9-4545 -- 102 State -- Marysville We will this voupon emy other purchase totting $20.00 or more. Get a good deal more thot Iosts a grea t dea J Ionger ~ ]f you pick a car with an eye to value you'll go OLDS! Com- pare Oldsmobile's pace-selting features examine the proven quality of Olds . . . check the surprisingly low price tag . . . look st Oldsmobilc's added value at trade-in time. When you consider total value, you'll see that Olds is the out~ standin$ buy in the medium pric~ class. Your Oldsmobile Quality Dealer has the facts and figures to help you VALUE. RATE THE ROCKET. VALUE-RA TE the ROCKET AT YOUR LOCAl. AUTHORIZED QUALITY DEALER'S THE VALUE CAR OF THE MEDIUM PRICE CLASS| COMPANY, 101 N. OLYM AVE.* ff[