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PAGE EIGltT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1953. ,. i| ego [I coming from the distance onI for this special occasion, dents of Portland. , ] avv a~QL~ LV 1.,aQooaaJ t Saw, Model 3-25, used 0I "llwith a family gathering. ThoseIlard was home on ten-day leave nieces of Mrs. Christianson, rest- Tnn |~A bn ~r~|~ae~ly lFOR SALE -- McCullough ~;~ ~p:R!i~lO~2M~d , days. Phone Granite Fall~ ~: ,[ MrS.corresuoe(tem.Nellie George,I,i ~ha~:~tM~sa2tR~iin~ inTh~iAledr~dag2d ~ai}lY' :n~e:/:i asM~e:~sdoMr chrWimEisRh:er h:d WANTEDneSn~alnltad~)~ik:Y~ ~viath Mrs. M. L. Matter. .! ,~,,. ,Chr;stmas_,,_R~he were Leland of Seattle and reunion at Camano Island on Phillip and Mrs. Race and tel' R 1 Granite Falls. ~BEEF for sale, 40e lb. Wi~ [and Mrs. Lawrence Mallonee Christmas with Lila and John daughters Patty Phyllis and Mar- ' ' by half or quarter. G. P. | ler. Phone 251W3. L ~ wlnona) ana two Boys oI ~la- Melum. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Sat. mat. 2 p.m. Sun. Cont. from 5 p.m. TUES..WED. DEC. 30-31 Joel McCrea - Yvonne DeCarlo "The San Francisco Story" TIffU..FRL-SAT.. JAN. 1-2-3, 1953: Randolph Scott, Lucille Norman ,, ,, , Carson City Color by Warner Color S~ff.-MON ..... JAN. 4-5 Fred MacMurrcry Do~thy McGuire - Howard Keel "Callaway Went Thataway'' TUES.-WED ..... JAN. 6-7 George Murphy . Nancy Davis "Talk About a Stranger" Broderick Crawford Donna Reed - John Derek "Scandal Sheet" THU..FRI ...... JAN. 8-9 John Lund . Scott Brady Joyce Holden - Chill Wills "Bronco Buster" Color by Technicolor U __ U_.-- ilyn and also friends, Mr. and Strayed onto my ranch, one m moyer home t ber Leland returned to Seattle Of local interest is the family Mrs. Harold Colwell and Mr. Guernsey heifer. The old Piper WANTED -- Woman for Born on Christmas Day, an S late on Christmas day but the ~athering of the Piersons during Leonard Paine, all of Seattle. place on Kackman road. Irwin care. Call Mrs. Bearrow )ound 14 ounce boy, to Mr. and lMallnees stayed until Sunday. ~:he Christmas season. Ted and A family gathering for Christ- J. Lewis. between 10 and 6 p. m. ~Irs. Gil Meyer. The mother is i Of local interest is that Lieut. Myrtle P. Burns and Mr. and Mrs. mas at the Leonard Pumphrey . . .... .~ T ...... I Custom Lumber Sawing -- we '36 FORD for sale. Good )citer remembered by us as Bar. IGeorge R. Diets, a grandson of Clarence Higgens of Oregon and home when Leu,,~,u, o .... ,~ bara Fry. The little fellow, Curtis ~ Mrs. George C. Diets of Lake Ri- Bill and Ella Pierson down from home from Camn l~nb~rtu ~nd] move our mill to your farm $50. Robert Fleming, R. r ...... ~" .... ** Iand saw your logs to order ington. Dean, is their first child and has ley, and a June graduate of Fairbanks. Dixie home f~-~~~- .-~=:--~,-~'~'~ has returned to his Sound Foresters, R. 4, Everett, -- ~--~ ~ made:ernal manYrelatives,ChangeSeachin giventhe ma-a centlyiWest Point,for dutyleftinNeWGermany.Yrk Hisre" Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christian. Leonard, Jr. I-Wash. .... FOR SALE--Two Guel )romotion of title, so if you see bride will join him in a few son, recent purchasers of the Ald- base. ers, one fresh, one crutches or canes it's not from' months. Lieut. George is the ridge farm, are having as their Mr. and Ml's. Gust Pearson family gathering at East Stan- Max Eitzenberger. P ..... b,,~ weighty ti"es in their!eldest son of Col. George H. holiday guest__~s, nephews and and family spent Christmas in a!wood. 183W3. "~un~ lives Mr Herman Fry Dints, of the Air Force R. O. T. C. ~,~,,-: ~bears "the title Grandna~'' at the University of Washington, :':':':':':""':':': ..... ...... iii!i!ili!i and Mrs Gle'nna Jacobs is~ and who is a veteran of twenty- "Grandma"; Mr. and Mrs. Glen eight years' service. He resides in Parker are great grandparents Seattle. and the Porkers young folks arei Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Albert great aunts and great uncles. It Stevens will be interested tG I sure was a big Christmas gift. learn that their son VVillard D ------------ ]was married at 8 o'clock on Dec. A wild fire of furnace intensityi 26th at the Methodist Church at climbed Frailey mountain Satur-ISnoqualmie, to Neva June, the ilay night and early hours of the: flaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold following day fanned by a driv-]tt. Howell. As Willard spent his :ng winci, burned over the log-[childhood days here, the com- EINZ .iiing works of Elmer Davis. Noth- munity extend their congratula- . :::.:. ing much could be done except ltions to him and his bride. Wil- "1 ":':':: to trail it. i ......................... Ket],] Erwin, Wisdom, stationed ini Keep two bottles on California, was home for al ~ for the kitchen; one for Christmas leave. I b qJ][_ 14g~ table. An enjoyable family gathering*~ ~.~ ',~'~]~I1 at the Jack Davis home when ~d ~ ~ ~ )'i,,_ all the children excepting Jack ~ "~'~--~. ..~.~.~.~ii~.~.?!~i~i:[~i~i~i~.~.~........~ii~i..).....~.~.~?~i~?~.~.~.~.~.~...~ ......... 14-OZ. and his family were home for the ~2 ~ .... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::':: ..... festive occasion at Christmas ~ ~'~ ~ ~'~ ~ "~ BOTTLE time. Those here were Mr. and I ~ ~) ~'~ ~ l Mrs. James T. Murray and Den- L I ~ ~ ~i~ For those who like a mild and mellow blend, sweet and flavorv--.-lb, bag $1.37 nv, Mrs. Floyd Smith Reese and Janet, all of Pasco, Mr. and Mrs. Clif. Davis and neFhew Darryl of Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis and four sons of Arlington 'Heights. A granddaughter Shir- ley and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hayforth and children of Pasco, and also Howard Davis of Bremerton. A complete family reunion of the Bates was enjoyed on Christ- mas eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Farts Bates. Besides the lo. That the New Year may hold a lull measure of happiness for you and yours is our 'sincerest wish. La Lani--an. appetite enticer at breakfast. For variety, mix with orange juice. 1-Lb. Bag ._ col family were Mr. Bates' par- SATURDAY ,.~, ,^[ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Bates, ...... J**~" ~u brothers John and Walter and Lucille Ball . John Agar]their families of Darrington. The i ,I~P-- .tI ~ .,, levening was spent with the ex-: COAST-T0-COAST |ne |~|a~Ic t, ar~et .[change of gifts and a big dinner's: -r /and with visiting and T.V. pro-~ Mel and Dotty in Super Cine Color grams, i ,,,,,,,iiI...i..-iiI Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Whitman ~ ~[ ~ ~ I enjoyed Christmas at their home :.i:!~!:.: .............. ~:,.. We're wishing, you a most Prosperous and Joyous 953 IL "% ARLINGTON, WASH. 46-0z. Can New style, dress up with cheese and olives and use for afternoon tea snacks. Dairy Glen, guaranteed, fresh creamery butter, saving price. Lb. Blossom Time, large or small curds, also with chive, makes a tasty salad. Fresh Produce Pancake Values/ SUNKIST "New Crop"--Large 150 to 176 Size Pancake Mix NAVEL ORANGES .... lb. 10c Susanna Pancake Mix. The only six with the old west recipe" flavor. o d xtra 40-Oz. QQ.. 31/~-Lh. , RO i'E APi'LESn lb. 2/25c Package ooc .... z. , (,,.LB. Box ................. : $,.59, Table Syrup ~h Seedless, juicy. Pack Train, maple flavor, preferred by IZONA GRAPEFRUIT . 8-lb. bag 55c ~-~-kOz~Vers" Half FLORIDA--Large size, juicy, colorful. RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT . . lb. llc U. S. NO. 1 Yakima Netted Gems, clean washed, in handy mesh bag 10-LB. BAG : - U.S. NO. 2 Yakima Netted Gems, washed. 50-LB. SACK CABBAGE, green solid heads ....' ......... lb. 5c RUTABAGAS, Yakima, for stew 5c SPINACH, cello, clean washed ......... 12-oz. 19c DRY ONIONS, clean, mild Spanish, 1ned.. 10-lb. 69c A CLEANSER WITI A PLEASANT, SWEET AROMA. AJAX CLEANSER, , , c~"' TO MAKE YOUR WHITE CLOTHES WHITER. CLORAX BLEACH, , , ,,,~ oo,. FOAMS AWAY GREASE INSTANTLY. BABO CLEANSER ]4.oz, 2/25 I I I I Can C BRUCE'S, POLISHES AS IT CLEANS. FLOOR CLEANER Qu,,rt I I i I Bottle MILD TO HANDS YET CLEANS EFFICIENTLY. 16-Ounce SPIG & SPAN , , , ,,~0. B~INGS OUT BEAUTY WHILE IT CLEANS YOUR SKIN. PALMOLIVE SOAP 79c | Bottle.,. "" 2/21c I Size ALLADIN Gallon... Guaranteed Meats U.S. Choice or Good, serve with vegetables. BEEF POT ROAST . . U. S. Choice or Good, cut to your favorite thickness. lb. BEEF T-BONE STEAKS . . . lb. U.S. Choice or Good, serve with french fries. BEEF SIRLOIN. STEAK . . . lb. U.S. Choice or Good, meaty for stew. BEEF SHORT RIBS .... Ground fresh; for meat loaf. FRESH GROUND BEEF . . BOLOGNA, sliced, ring or piece ........... lb. SLICED BACON, Armour's or Crown ..... lb. Easy to prepare CANNED PICNICS, Kingan's, bonel's.. HALIBUT STEAKS, fresh frozen, delicious, lb. Parson's, sudy household for clean- ing your oven. 16c AMMONIA 16-Oz. " Bottle For removing grease and grime rom 29C ' BORAXO ,!'~ " " %~" an Prices effective Friday and Saturday, January 2nd and 3~I, 1953. Subject to market changes and stocks on,h~md in Ar- lington, No sales to dealers. Adorns your skin with fragrance men love! Famous.. f I v q sewed -- ollr~ best. ...$1.75 Reg. Size Bath Size