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1.03. PAGE SEVEN TIlL ARLINGTON TIMLS, AI LINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, JAN. 8, 4~ and Washington forest[years ago because of improvec "- )roa-'industrieSrthprduced]markets for products these logs "20 OllllOn WO 01 p .... 1"~ ....... D tWill make. ~z accoramg to w. . _ ...... 'chief forester, In J Hagenstein paio nign trioure Forestry Association, for ne record high income. rvey of forest resources Northwest and use, Hagenstein said this cash income was about the value of the mineral to Pennsylvania and the ~alue of the corn to Iowa and Illinois. forest leader said the in- in the two states gave di- alTl lO~-~ " r - p .yment to 170,000 pe - ann paid nearly $700,000,000 Employees of the forest industry are among paid industrial in the nation cited the great forward in better utilization of the crop as one of the most economic develop- this two-state, timber- He said loggers were the forest floor clean] ~rogram of "tight" util-J e-loggers go over logged J many as four times to I every bit of usable for marginal logs, for plywood and pulp man- were listed by Hagen- as one of the reasons why use can now be made of st resources. Good forest ~have been developed to egree by private forest in the last decade and a one.fourth more is coming off each was possible ten Dry Not Bad Fire Year H. Phil Brandner Baker National Forest following summary of fire statistics for the the Mt. Baker National 20 fires. The average the past 5 years is 11 burned in 1952 fires, 997; average, 949. of fires, 1952: Lightning, ~ring, 2; camp fires, 3;i debris burning, 3. To- gh very dry for a longer usual, 1952 did not out to be a BAD fire year. number of man- fires is very encouraging. useovery--by patrol plane lookouts ~ and action held down burned by lightning Ltning fire (at the head ), Suiattle Water- Was so remote it required after discovery for the to get there. The spread was checked at 60 it required several of "holding" action before be released. (Sort of like Korea) Fire supplied by airplane to all segments of the forest in- dustries for their national prod- uct promotion campaigns which, have opened up new markets for western woods Good forestry follows steady" markets, he re- ported. PIEDMONT A treat for your luncheon salads or sandwiches, guaranteed fresh. Qt. Jar ........... PURPLE lums Oregon brand, medium plums in heavy syrup. size 20-Oz. Can ......... KITCHEN CRAFT 10ur ; Guaranteed to work wonders with any recipe! Coupons at store display. 10-lb. bag with coupon ... crews have been disband- ago. lment is being reas- and reconditioned and for next season. Northern Pacdie' Installs Radio Phones on Trains Northern Pacific, a pionee among western railroads in use of radio communication in freight train operations, will con- tinue to expand its radio pro- gram in 1953, President Robert S. Macfarlane annoupced today.~ NP, first railroad to develop a dispatcher-to.train radio hookup, will extend this type of network on an additional 200 miles of Starts 7:15 p.m. Sat. mat. Morrell's, fresh, deliciously 1-1b seasoned, in sealed pack'ge pkg. Or Sun. Cont. from 5 p.m. Sliced head cheese, veal loaf, pickle & pimento, macaroni and cheese LUNCHEON MEAT .... lb. 49c ..... JAN 8-9 Cook with beans for added flavor. Morrell's, cello wrapped. Lu. . soott BACON SQUARES .... lb 29c Holden - Chill Wills "Bronco Buster" CANNED .Vilson's, boneless, no waste. Color by Technicolor $5 ..... JAN lO Can .69 LlZeille Ball - John Agar '~'.'s. "Choice" or "Good." Magic Carpet" Armour's "Banner" for bacon, eggs Sliced Bacon. lb 47c main line between Mandan, N. Dak., and Glendive, Mont., in the coming year, Macfarlape said.~ The first 205 miles of this type of communication was completed in 1952 between Mandan and: Dilworth, Minn. Baseradios will be installed at 10 wa3side stations so arranged that they can be connected to the in Super Cine Color JAN. 11-12 Day . Ronald Reagan Frank Lovejoy Winning Team" JAN. Curtis . Jan Sterling 1953 is the installation of dual tion of radio equipment on 20 NP~LAKE GOODWIN . fre(mencv radios on switch en-[Switch engi~e~tlsld ill ~ ~Du-i,C~M1~INrrY CLUB~ ~ l~: -in"~,- used i"~ (ro .... e.V~ on[ luth, Minn. -~Sul~i~. a~e~. Iq~ETS SAT., JAN. l0 ;Ii;~;eota's :' Cu;~a~, ;a~ge~. for ASdP:~atlotnh:sprbJ:~tn~ tWstb?s~' Cl~uu~e'wLilkLG?dw~n,C2mmun~Y* communication wiln rne Ironmn ~to hermit ,;ardmasters to ~een in ..... ~,-,~,~ ,-s-~, Minn., tralnmaster. In additlon, ltouch with switch engine crews Jan. 10, ,at-~'~ SOhvh~S HalL !he tra!nmaster's automobile w!ll in the sprawling Dul~uth-Super- Members and friends are cordial oe equipped with two.way raam.I ior region and thus improve ser- ly invited. Mining operations which are vice to Customers Steinbright o served jointly with the Soo Line,[said. CAMP FIRE dispatcher's telephone circuit are spreading over an increas.! Northern Pacinc began exten- Thus a train dispatcher at Glen-, ingly larger area. The new radio side use of train radio communi- dive will be able to talk direct-i communication to o: brig ritory east of Glendive. j communications, pointed out. I between Auburn and Yakima, Another project scheduled for Nearing completion is mstalla-iWash. Lakemead, creamy, smooth and tasty with your choice of meats or fowl. (~/ // Freestone Household, an excellent dessert, ready when you need it. DOZEN CANS $2.95. No. 21/z Can t DOZEN CANS $1.75. 16-Oz. Can Gardenside in puree, rich in iron. DOZEN CANS $1.69. 15z/z.Oz. Can Gardenslde, tastes wonderful cooked with bacon or ham. DOZEN CANS $1.49. SUNSHINE For a more satisfied animal. DOZEN CANS $1.59. Special low price. Delicious. Just heat and serve. 16-Oz Cans 16-Oz. Cans 3 CANS 65c. DOZEN CANS $2.59. HYDROX COOKIES For desserts or entertaining. 12.o, iC Pkg. MRS. wi IG'HT;S FRESH BREAD White or wheat. Top quality bread at a money-saving price. lI/z-Lb. 24c BLUE PLAT~ SMALL SHRIMP One of the finest seafoods for cocktails 5-Oz Can DAWN FRESH and Fury' JAN. 15-16-17 l~Ogers, Jr. - Jane Wyman with Cantor - James Gleason "The Story of Will Rogers" COlor by Technicolor Pork, light weight, under 3 lbs. MUSHRO'M SAUCE Spareribs lb. 49c Delicious for sot~ps or sauces 6.Oz. Bright, fresh ocean caught Ccm 10c Fresh Crabs . lb. 39c - --- Serve with vegetables. Blade cut CRISCO Beef Pot Roast . . Lh 52 Serve swissed, with tasty sauce. "Choice" or "Good." Beef Round Steak ~. 79 Beef, broil, serve .with french fries. "Choice" or "Good." Sirloin Steak . . . L~. 79 Beef, special price, your favorite thickness. "Choice" or "Good." T-Bone Steak . . . ,~. 93 Cut to carve, serve rare. "Choice" or "Good." 7 inch cut. ;f Rib Roast . . ,~. 77 Plate cuts, for stews, "Choice" or "Good." Boiling Beef.... ,-~. 29 Swift's or Milwaukee Skinless Wieners Cello Pkg. SHORTENING New lightness, full flavor, tru- ly digestible. 89c SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING Meat prices Effective Fri. & Sat. Only Armour's, delicious lunch meat. Keep an extra can on hand for lunches. Makes lighter cakes with less beating. "~C~ 89~ The Okiciyapi and Tawanka Camp Fire Girls met Monday at the home of Mrs. Johnson. We worked on our rank books and planned for a dinner we will have on this coming Saturday at l:00.--Patty Peper, scribe. WESSON SALAD 01L Makes good foodsflaste better. Qt ,;;,,o "69c FRIDAY, JANUARY 9th THROUGH THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th @ war The coffee with the "extra flavor lift," regular or drip. 1 -Lb. Can 2-Lb. Can Biltmore Tuna w/Garlic, wonderful for slads. Solid Pack Tuna 7.Oz. Can Flakes, for your casserole dishes. 6.Oz. .... Fly breaded for dinner. Blue. Plate Oysters can' 2/~.oz Rath's with your brealdast eggs. IS-Oz. Can I Dairy Glen Fresh creamery butter at a Every egg guaranteed saving price, for frying or baking. Lb. C TASTY POUND .............. lb. 74c Doz. ~C I I Cherub evaporated milk, highest quality at lower cost. DOZEN $1.69. I~l I flllll I Cream O' The Crop Tall fresh, Can Gerber's Fruits, vegetables, soups and desserts. 41h.Oz. Can Royal Satin, creamy easy to blend pure vegetable. 3-L~, @ Can Dinner Hour an econ- ,6-O.. C omical main dish.Pkg. L, Dinner Hour, blends naturally w/cheese & tomatoes Long Spaghetti 24-OZ.Pkg 27c Dinner Hour for a favorite in casserole dishes. Elbo Macaroni 24-Oz. 27c Pkg. Sunny Hill, a very nourishing food at a very low cost Idaho Red Beans 2-L . 35c Tasty tomato sauce, ready ISI/4"Oz" to use. Can Rancho, for the true tomato flavor. T S ' 101/vOz" omato oup. Can Libby's, rich flavored, fine for cocktails. Ap i Jni 12.O,. r cot ce . Can Taste Tells, for ~tdded flavor in your soups. Kid Be IS.Oz. ney arts . " Can 10e 10c 10c Buy Now--Special Savings Washington Netted Gems, clean washed. 49c 23 35 No. Is No. Is " No. 2s " U. S. No. 1 Potatoes loo. . 4.79 Bag Medium size, s~eet Spanish, finest quality Lb. 50-Lb. BOILING ONIONS 10-1i). I)ag 49c Arizona, White Maxsh'seedless, lg. Grapefruit ..8-lb. bag 55c Fresh, new crop, excellent quality, California Turnips .......... lb. 10 Calavo, best quallty, size 30 1P'C Avocados ........ca. IO Fresh Firm, fine for stew Rutabagas ........ lb. 5o Fresh crisp, tops clipped Carrots ..........lb. e g~ Sunkist, new crop, full flavored, full of juice. NAVEL ORANGES . . . lb. 9c Solid heads,, serve steamed, creamed or cole slaw. GREEN CABBAGE . . . . lb. 5c Good eating, fancy and extra fancy, all purpose $2.59 box. WINESAP APPLES . . . lb. 2/25c PRODUCE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY MARGARINE Dalewood fresh, colored, A-lb. cubes, ready to use, at a mon- ey-saving price. ,-Pound 2/41c Packages ..... WESTERN BEER Olympia, Brw 66, Heidelberg, Rainier ,etc. Plus deposit. C.e323 II.O,. 14 of 24 " Bottle CIGARETTES Camels, Luckies, Old Gold, Chesterfields, etc. Ctn. 2.03 c Prices effective Friday, Jan. 9th through Thursday, Jan. 15, 1953. Subject to market changes and stocks on hand in Arlington. No sales to dealers.