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GRANITE FALLS PRESS -- Granite Falls, Wn Thursday, September 3, 1959 For Sale: Beautiful Elkhound- Belgian Shepherd puppies. Carl Carter, R t. 2 Arlington; 2nd house on Trangon road. For Sale : 4 Typewriters; 2 at $35 each and 2 at $45 each; Royal and Remington, standard models. At Granite Falls High school. For Sale: Almost new la'e IMze Quaker Ci,rcuht,tor Heater with intermittent fan, $35, the price of tbe full alone. Pop Rogers, OW 1-2531. Will pay cash for good fh" cones. For information call Eu- gene Carpenter, OWen 1.3141. WANTKD : STUMPAGE, 5 acres Or more, alder, hemlock or fir. OW 1-2920, Granite Falls. 47 CUSTOM C0LBINING; Sacker a+ttachment. Gee. Spichiger, Gran- ite Falls. Ph. OW 1-2413. 46 SWEET CORN soon ready at LeaQuee's on Jordan road. Order', now. Phone OW 1-2756. LOST : Cigarette lighter in au:o accident Saturday afternoon just outside Granite Falls.. R,e- ward offered. Finder please call collect. Lincoln 2-8013, Rich- l|ond Beach. For Sale: Lake Bosworth lot; also SlillaguamMll river lot at Verier Bridge. Write Box 117, Granite Falls, Wash. 46 '40 Dodge for sale. Motor and body extra good, $75. Also '37 Chev truck, $50. Phone OW 1-2883. 46 TWO CORD8 Second Growth Fir millwood. Address "Wall" care Union Mill, Arlington. Phone 2822 or 473. 2f Wil Trade Work GRAVEL HAULING by hour ot load. TOP and FILL DIRT; CEMEN GRAVEL. Lawrence Perrigoue. Phone Granite Falls OW 1-3121 tit PEOPLE WE KNOW Cliff Lewis of Riverside has been appointed local buyer of fir cones for the Manning Seed Co., a well known firm which has purchased fir cones in this locality in previous years. The cones in this vicinity are re. ported ge.tting ripe. Furtller in- t'ormation, sacks, etc., may be obtained from Mr. Lewis. His phone is OW 1-2757. Pilcuck P()st No. 5671, Veter- :Ills of Foreign Wars, 'tad Aux- iliary will meet next T,uesday night at the Riverside Commun- ity hall. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Motter of Canmno Island, fol'nler well known residents of Granite Falls, were in ,town last Satur(lay. Frank Audley, a forn|er resi- deut of the Burn road district, now of Everett, was in town last Saturday. Mr. and Ma's. Howard Hughes were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hughes of Darrington. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs Lewis Noble and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Noble and Sharon Hughes. Sharon returned bonle with her parents after spending the past week a.t Darrington. Bethel Chapter Social Club will meet a.t tlle home of Mrs. Floetta Webb tiffs Friday, Sept. 4th, at the usual time. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,I. G. Powers for the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Abbot4: and family of Sealtle. For Sun- day dinner. Mr. and Mrs. A|'nold SIjern and family of Fobes were gll('sts lit tile Powers ',home. Mr. all(1 l'S. Oscar Salldlnan were ditlner gllests of Mr. said Mrs. J, ll(thke, Salurday evening. | CASH FOR CONES Douglas Fir Cones are ready to pick in the lower elevations. Pick only ripe cones. Test cones for seed content on each tree. Only good cones wanted. Ask Manning Seed Co. buyers for details, Local cone buyer--for pickers' convenience: sacks, etc. CLIFF LEWIS Jordan Road, just north of old school 3 miles north of Granite Falls -- Ph. OW 1-27.57 HELP HARVEST THE CONE CROP Cones provide the seed for new trees lu imm --- ,11 1, I LABOR DAY SPECIALS Broad Breasted Young Hen TURKEY . lb 39c Whole Bodied FRYERS . ,lb 35c Old Faithful -- Fully Cooked PICNIC HAM lb 33c Verifine Cello Wrapped WIENERS . lb 45c Last of the Season Wash. Melons Nalley's Western Style - 15 oz. Chili . . 2-59 LaRuta 12 oz. Corn. Beef 2-79c +Shurfine Frozen -- 8 oz. Beef Pie. 4c89c Shurfresh Frozen-- 10 oz. Peas.. 6-85c CONCORD Grapes 55c00,00. Basket Peaches 1 69 Lug Elbertas -- Hale Havens i 1 lb. Sunshine MILCO GRAHAMS With Cocoa Flavored Icing Yakima Valley tOMATOES Fresh, Crisp, Local CELERY . . . New Crop DRY ONIONS Thick Meated Yakima CANTALOUPES . Reg. 49c ow 43c . . ib 8c SPECI CLOSED SUNDAYS AFTER SEPT. 6th PILCHUCK MARKET Hours: 9 to 6:30 Weekdays Sept. 4-5 11 to 1 Sunday SUNSHINE LS Cup Custards 11 oz. pkg .......... 33c SWANSDOWN Cake Mix ,SWANSDOWN LIBBY Fruit Cocktail ...... 4/89c Wht. - Yel. - Dev. B. Scotch Pkg. C 43 Angel Cake Mix c Dennison's Chili DARIGOLD MILD m 15 oz. Can C CHEESE ........ ........ 49C SPRY SHORTENING 3lb. Can ........... 73c RUP'S Right to Limit , Sept. 4-5 No Sale to Dealers __ / ,I i i I Mr. and Mrs. J. Bethke and OBITUARY Mr. and Mrs. O. Sandman (h'ovel o Plain Sunday, and enjoyed a EDNA M. F.RICKSON picnic lunch at Lake Wenatc,hee I Mrs. Edna M. Erlekson 41 state park. Granite lalls, died near Granite" Falls following a brief illness' Dr. H. K. Yah(tie, optometrist, Mrs. Erlckson was born ill Eng- of Marysville, announces his pro- hind Nov. 9, 1917, and had lived .fessional services in a card ill this and future issues of the Granite iaalls Press. Look llim up when in need of eyesigh.t i(1. CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ,aLLIANCE CHURCH RON CLASON, Pastor SUNDAY, Sept. 6-- 9:45 a.m. Sunday school 11 a.m. Morning worship. Followed by Comnlunion. 6:3 p.m. You,th Pellowshlp 7:30 p.m. Evening service. MONDAY, Sept. 7, Labor Day-- Youth Rally at lsland Lake Bible Campgrounds on Lhe Olympic Peninsula. Services at 10:30 and 3 o'clock. WEDNE.SDAY, Sept. 9-- 7:30 p.m. Bi,ble study and prayer time. OF GRANITE FALLS, YOU CAN DO BETTER THAN YOU ARE DOING IN YOUR PRES- ENT ;IOB. Youug meu from Graalte Falls wanted for permanent work in !Norbh.west Wasllington, close to i home. Starting salary $455 per lnontb. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Z/C 21 to 35 years ohl, high school or eq.ual education, own uto lu good condition, and be out of Ib 5 town Monday through Friday C (but never more 0han two hours from home). ALL REPLIES CONFIDENTIAL 2/25C Write Post Office Box 32, Olym. pia, Washington (with full resu- me of background and present employment; name of presen.t firm or employer not necessary), i You would put the coffee pot on and invite a few frleuds in for a fl,ee set of bowls? Contact me wt OW 1-3121. a.t Granite Falls for 22 years. She was employed by the Scott Paper Co. as a paper finisher. Mrs. Eriekson was a member of Bthel Chapter No. 146, 0.E.S., Auxiliary to the American Le- gion Post No. ]25 and the Pulp and Sulphite Workers Union. Surviving are her husband, James Erlckson of Granite Falls; a son, James Jr. of Grani.te Falls; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Berne.thy of Rt. 2 Arlington; her mo;ther Mrs. Winffred Johnson of Se- attle; three brothers, Gi]:bert and Leonard Jobnson of Seat.tie and Maurice .lollnson of Wicker- sllanl; a sister, Mrs. Olive Pey- ser of SeatHc. and three grand- children. Private graveslde ser- vices ,ere hehl .this Thm'sday morning a,'+ 11 o'clock in Ever- green Cemetery, Everett, under the direction of 'the Purdy and Walters F||neral Home. The Rev. C. N. ltutchinson of the Beverly i Park Conmmnity Church officl-i ated. Evere.tt A. Hogland, founder of th'e Hogland Transfer Co. in Everett, died Wednesday n|orn- ing in a Seatle hospital. He was a member of Damascus Lodge No. 199, F&AM of Granite Falls and the local lodge will officiate at the funeral Saturday af,ter- noon at 1 o'clock in .the f,uneral home of Purdy and Walters in Everett. Entorbment will be ill View Crest Abbey. J. W. Sweet Agency OWen 1-2541 INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS i Real EState FARMS -- ACREAGE Granite Falls, Lake Stevens, Arlington Area. 'Let a Farmer Sell Your Farm.' EVERETT GRAHAM 0Wen 1-2755 Representing Sprleatursbach Realty Co. Everett, Wash. No. 28876 NOTICE OF SALE In the SuPerior Court of the State of Washington in and for Snohomlsh County In ,the Matter of ,the Estate of GEORGE A. COOK, Deceased Notice is hereby given that the unde]signed executrix will on and after Friday, Sel)tember 18th, 1959, sell the following described real es.tate situa.ted in Snohomish County, Washington, 'to-,w,l t: he Soth 15 ft, of Lot 2, and the Nortll 30 ft. of Lot 3, BIocl"l, Martha E. Turner's Addition. 'to G.ranite Falls, Snohomish County, Washing. o ton. HAVE BUYERS for acreage and/ Te " " " ... i rms ot sae can; All bids farms. We need your hsnngs, l J. W. Sweet Real Esta'te, Gran-| must be in writing .and submit- ' ^ ...... /,ted to ,the undersigned at th lte Falls. Phone ow -Zl . |address below stated. fhone----- Dated September 1st, I95. 0W 1-2124, Jly 1 59 LOIS NEELEY, For Sale: Two bedroom home, $500 down. Call OW 1-3121. Wedding Invitations and an- nouncements -- you pay less at the Granite Fails Pres. Executrix Joseph I. Sml,th and Them,as P. Gable, Attorneys for the Esta.te, 312 Col:by Building, Everett, Washington P,ubllsh4d Sept. 3 and 1O, 1959