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TItE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, AStlINGTON, IItURSI)AY, JAN. 29, 19oo. ' -.,-it t L[Butter ~ ' ~" "'~ / "~ ~ with lots of PitchY'in :hristian Science IJ .... ]land occasionally, large grainl'!" . . I~! .r FOR SALE Nine Tolouse -eese ~ILVANA A u First Church ot Christ, Scient. Ir~rrr~x, rr,T r [[elevators. l 100 Late to .lassny 3 males__6 females ~honeI'~ --- .... """ st, Fourth and Dunnam streets. [ Z~/..//-~V /-/1/-~/-~[~ On the return the" sto~'~ed at~ Granite Fall- 25=4. A-ch'- Tne ~nvana ooys 4-H held a ,,~., , ~unday' School" 11 am. . bun. f[ Stel]a_ _ Par~ons__ ]!~'Mlen~burg ...... to visit a~ si~telP'~ Mrs WANTI~D~--------TT,~n ~,~,~,~,~ ~ ' __D-v, .... P P A~l~,~t,~,~ ~..-- o . *c [meeting" on the 22nd eL" January. U![l|Trl't11~ lay Service 11 a.m. i[ IICart Christe-~e .... h~, ~,~ ~,~,,,I ~ .... ~.~ .... = .........] ] he meeting was called togeth- ~": .... %'--'- Wednesday testimonial meet. Glimpse of Snow. ~ . I gravely ill follo'win~g':a'hCe~rt'a=t*:[ t,'l~o'ne~'~Iarysvil~e ~11"~8''"~ ..... ]REWAR--------~ $10000 for informa~ er by the vice president, Lyle ng D pro. . . . The 6urn riill nao i[s iirst tastel .,-ck, and are v-elx,'J tla~nv' ~.v.d .... ta r~. I ~" ] ........... tian ]o~dincre~ -'-tt~ 'th~...~ ,~--.-,~rr~et ~--.~n'~ /IsYse[nel'. , ano we OlSCUSSeU. nov-.. , Read!ng[oom, Church edlflce,[of real vinter.when it awake.ned[pert her greatly improved, being HOSPITAL GUILD RUMMAGEI conviction of hunters who[~ng the boys and girls 4-H 3oln ]I~en. ~wonuay 2 to q p.m. ano[Monoay morning to zlna a ngnt]up and around, doing light SALE Friday, Feb. 6th, at the killed our domestic ducks on ~,,s ....... 4 weanesaay 2 to a p.m. and 6:45 blanKet of snow covering every- [ household chores now. I V.F.W. Hall. ] our lake during the week be-] Bob Madson was appointed to ] :o ~:~o p.m.,except tegat noli Ithing. however it was au gone] Comrmred to ArlingtonOre-!~~/ ~,innina Dec 21 1952 talk to those present and make ..... U ED ~ ~ " ' " ~~-'~'J days. Ioy noon t~me for which every-[~on ~ul aw~ ~u~t,~,~ Wn~h S REFRIGERATOR. Excel-[ .... I sure they knew what nrocedure The subject of the Lesson-Ser- one is thanktul [inat'onlooke'd'"~i"~'~t'~v"' ~,"~'~[ lent condition, reasonably' w ur Iarm_ nas never oeen]to follow ~]'~~ .......... " " ~. ........ ~ .... ~ ,~riced ~ ClOSe(1 ~o numers or ~respas-i --. " . .. ~.~ men mr ~unaay,'~e~ruary tsL m[ __ .. "-7-U7---.. ..... ]again. I v :~ ........... sing but due to the above and~ ]ne ooys oougnr some new "Love " [ mrs nannan iMorrell ol iVlln-[ o LUAbI-IU-%U/-kbl I . ,' , , i--~ .... ~rq- .......... ~ ...... """ ' --- ,-- " - 'nea o'lis Minn was a visitor at~ ~ ~ I .... , o[ner vanoaiism it will be~P*aY~. ***ere are ~ma**er one~ -Lakewood Go,,en rext: Je.emiah 9:24.] P , -, .. ,. ~ ] NOTICE OF CAUCUS [years I closad from now ,,- wM~,,tfor our regular meetings, and ~ Parish Let him that glorieth glory in the r au~ ~fn3rg~a~ee~OmeFh~or[ Notice is hereby given that aI" Dated at Arlington, Washing.! Gen{ Farm ........ ~lsome bigger ones for community twang, Pastor this, that he understandeth and ,q'y o ..... :. _ "|caucus will be held at the Townt~on this 26th day of January,} _ ......... Iget-to-gether. The plays con- theran, Silvana knoweth me, that I am in the gaara's enre, rtalnea Wlm a oin-|Hal1 in the Town of Arlington. f1953.~ IFOR SALE --- 6-year crib alsojsist of two 4-H flags (bigger and icy Jan. 31 9:30 a. m. Lord, which exercise lovingkind- n.er in ner. honor aatur~,ay eve-[Washington, at the hour of 8:00] ROBERT MURPHY, I mahogany desk both in ~ood]smaller) and two American flags tnts meet ness, judgment, and righteous, ning, naving as aaaea gues~s[p. M. on the llth day of Feb-I Mayor. I condition Phone 284J1 ~ I the same size. Our next meet- y Feb. 1 "9:45 a. m. Sun-in the earth. ~ol~{sandeneMl"Sn~,U(~ar~.are~zKe anu]ruary, 1953 for the purpose of]Attest: ] ............ __ ........ ___ling was set for Feb. 18, (Wed).. )ol; 11 a m Divine wet- ~ .... ]" " '~ " |nominating Three CouncilmenI W. L. MOORMAN, [FOR SALE--Factory made alum-[The meeting was adjourned and stallation of" officersr-aim ~lSS~On t;nurcn ] Mr. and Mrs. Philip Widmayer[for the Town of Arlington, each] Town Clerk. [ inure uicku~ c)ver for 19511a very.nice lunch was served by --~nv ......... ~h .~ ~n a. m., "Pas- Bro. Adatnson in charge. [were Monday callers at the of said councilmen, to serve in'Datel of first pub .... Jan 29 1953 Chev. ~2 ton.- Call Phone 174, Mrs. Elmer Larson. reference in Arlington. [~ Sunday School, ~?.45,,a. mIZartezke home. ]such capacity for a term of. two Date of last pub. Feb. 5th, 1953[ or 222 West Ave., Mrs. Day. I BOB MADSON, Reporter. atheran, Lakewood ~ors~i~ ,:,,~ ..... v ............ s j Dale and Leila Steckelberg en-|, ~ ........... ,~ T '] ~rwang, Pastor ~ ::~ y: ..~o. . _ _ ~tertained Mr and Mrs. Oscar',l I lay, ,an. 31. 1 p. m., rhWuee a aS"'rv~c~s _~luesaa~ [Edstrom and'family Sataurdayl] ~ | ants meet. i uruay turuay, ,:,,o. levening" II I .y,.Feb. 1, 10 a. m: sun;I Seventh.Day Adventist Cl~ur~h I Sunday dinner guests at the[| ~ l eel; ~ p:m., m.eeung OrI Sabbath School 9:45; Devotion ]Steckelberg home were Mr. and | ~ | OrlOn. very ~.mprtaml ~1 services ll a.m. Mid-week set ~Mrs Ed Almli and son Ronn[e | " ~,~ ~ne-~,~~ | urged to attena, vice Tuesday, 8:00. land Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chewl| | ~ ~TAI~t:lC]~ I " -- land their son I~gnnie. [ | ,lor's Lutheran Church ]Catholic Church [ A delightful dinner party was[| I | Newberry I Father James H. Deady, pastor I held at the home of Mrs. Amelial| | v' , astor ~unuay masses Zartzke near Granite Falls, l;ndch~op at 9"45 am.[ Arlington --U a.m. on first lSunday: when she entertainedll I at 11 am with nurservl ~hird and fifth Sundays, 11 a.m Ithe following guests, Mr. and I I ~ent. S~Imon text: Mat".]n second and fourth Sundays. [Mrs. Joe Roles and two dough-'| l ~1-16 [ Stanwood---9 a.m. on secondlters and Lorene Poindexter, all~| | r " land fourth Sundays, 11 a m. on of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Swen | | tuna[ ...... La~ewooa l, ansn ~1 first, third and fifth Sundays ]_Swensen of Everett, Mr. a n d[[_ | .... ~ ]Mrs. Leander Amundson and son 1 | P.* ~. ~ [DARRINGTON CHURCHES: [Ronnie of Arlington and Mr and, [ [uKeness~ r'asmr }~ [Mrs Philin Widmayer of near!| ca | ~Y 1Darrmgtn Metl~d't Church ~ IV I ~'" V I " Granite Falls In the evening] ay Jan 31, confirma- O I Borseth, pastor I .. " 0a. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor Gust Zartzke and Mrs John ~_fl~_~-fl][l|~ ._~]~AlIn _ _ ll.oz. ,~i[,~ ~L1, .... additionalcallerswere Mrs. 11 oz [GFeb 1, Sunday school[ship 11 a.m. evening service 7:3( [Araund~on " [| | " " m -- ............ . ~ I i~ il 4V ~ class 10 a. m. Servlces[P. [ Hugh Putnam returned to hlsII Campbell's noodles and bits or tender chicken, cooked iu chicken broth. Doz. $1.95 I I _ . . . ..... .. . . .. home at Lake Wenatchee Frl Fresh Crackers [ |" Feb 2 choir "~racti"e]~Church (Darrington) I .... "1| ~O" ~ ~| ~ ~ / ~ Am. | DARIGOLD | F' , v " [ Mass every Saturday at 9 a.m [aaYkm~in~nga~/twert~ h S agha, j| [[ 101h-Oz. | r t)I . I o | ]Feb. 4 Ladies Aid at 2~Calva~v Pentecostal ~ter Leila Steckelberg and fam-]] ~BB~h~kPB| ~ll~k~k~l~ Can ._..~] ~,I~V | iJ/'M[~l l~L, | Lud Sonde, Mrs. Lest- .-" il ' ' ~ -- I ~" ~lan^~ ana Mrs j&...[Darrlngton [ Y." . . ,, ~. ]| Campbell's heavy beef stock, thick with vegetables and meat. Doz. $1.95. [ Non-fat dry milk. I r,?..~,,,, ~, ,-,1 Sunday school. 10 a m : morn / Monoay evening Siena Par- -... , ~Vli; . ling, worship, 11; childrens/sons had as dinner guests M. I ~,,~.--J.A, LI-- ~]~----1 .~ ] ~ .~., I t|r--,-, I g oz $I 00value speed 111 serve , r Sunk~st Navel filled [oo(1 ..... ir ]church 7 p.m evangelistic ser!and Mrs. Cecil Preston andl| I~l~ill~TIlIl~l I~d[~l~T ll-Oz. "~/~lO~q~ | I Lb, ~.~)~ | ~ ~an. 6, ~om ma-[vice, 7':30 p.m" Thorger Johnson. | ~k~|~MBIk~|~ ~~| Can ~[~~ | " ] ~ p.m. / ------~- " t ---------- li V ~ ~~ ~, Feb. 1, Sunday school|Darrington Baptist Church [Stork Shower Campbell's made from the juice and pulp of vine-ripened tomatoes. Dozen $1.15. | NALLEY'S | Services 2 p. m: , . Chas. F. Brown, pastor Friday night Ruth Oman, " ~ laY, Feb. 5 Ladles Aid Sun:lay School 9"45 a m G ad s A1 i and L il ~ / ] 1 y ml e a Steckei.,I C.II. 10,/,-oz. I CHILI CON CARNE ~2;z p. m. Au memDerslW.orsnm, 11 a.m..; preaching ser. lberg were hostesses at a stork]| |~|l|MIg OqlUg Can | There's real home made goodness in I r [~!ce ~ p.m. Midweek service|shower for Mrs. Frank Hunter, l| ~ ~' | this tasty N~ley chili. | ~...._, -~.....~. [[nursaay at 7:30 p.m. |at the home of Ruth Oman. Ai| - ' | IS-Ounce ' - -- I ~aVw~'M~'n~is~er" [,-~[color scheme of pink and blue[| CAMPBELL'S SOUPS WITH MEAT I OTHER CAMPBELL'S SOUPS ] / C , c rr,e oot .. ['Church School, 9:45tl ARNOI/}', IFWFI V/Idecoration being a lar~'e s,:ork l Cam,,be,is Bee, N*le I o, ...... ,0,,.o. o,,,,,, n [~Morning,,. worship, nil ..... .... Ilflying over the~'basket ~0f gifts, l Camp=be Ills B ee..f,_Soup ..._I Bean with Bacon ....... '-lOl;;'OZ. cans 4/53c | BUSY BAKER I ~ermon, 1 Am Doing all ..................... liThe favors were littlo bn~in l1 ~..c~np~ma~ s t.mC~en cv race ~...s ........ n r,~rmn~ a - " ' ............... " ~ Cam-*-^ll's Chicken Gumbo l ~Qutuon coup ............ 1O*/z-oz. cans 4/69c K I~rk' I I Authorized Dealer I lettes. Mrs. Hunter received loads I ..... , ........ , ..ALKLKb l 1People meet at 7 p m ~1 TT .~, ~rvv , , I]of beautiful gifts ll Campbell's t.ream oz ~.nicl~en I t~ream o1 Musnroom...lu,/2.oz. cans 4/69c 1 No r ....... |'is .re il namnton W at, cues il ~- .... ]l Campbell's Clam Chowder | Grin Pea Soup .... 101/a.oz. cans 4/$3c | ker ~o~ s~sae~evterge~ezrS,,W~k~t~sY ,a- l" ~tiet Chh [ ] Mr. and Mrs. John Amundsen[| a 101/--Oz [~r~ _ 0"~ IM" I Scotch Broth Soup 101/2.oz cans ...... 4/69c | 1 Lb -~ ~ | | Hall [ ..................... ]were business callers in Seattle]] /1 ,,"__" " ]'q~c ~,-- ~'~..UD I Vegetarian V,~,etable 10~7" oz c~"4 .... | -" " | q~C | mat 2'30 "~m Sunda,,/I .... lion Monda" after wh;"h x vV "-" i /z" . /ooc .i_a less Bagg 'tt, of mng:ll SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE [Idrove to L~tke City to'~he Mo OSE ........ " I ~stor. il _~ .... Ilof their son Lloyd Amundson,~l $ ~"c'~i~V~ x-x,'qtx,~za ouux-o ( _ ...._.v and family, where they had din-t of ,esns Christ, i Regional_, .~.::~Ge;;ralc~ [[ner. I[ ] ~~ Tomata Snna I [ '-- - " " 1 $ g .......... ~'=~g" ~ Just right for your cheese nacks ~r Day Saint~ ,[ 1,5. xak. W/-kJ.L'~IN~ I] The Arlington" Home Demon-Jl Grade AA ~weet Lream. eel = o-~.,~= - " 1 -Lb ~ l ~-,~ch~o! ~ka.m. at2%LF.![ A(slrw Bldg_ Phone 1694 [[sb-ration Club met Thursday at]l wrapped cubes. [ ~P-I ................. 101/o.Oz. ~ /c~a'~ ~ " .~d~ I W. halL" I .................. lithe home of Leila Steekelberg.ll :! py~, ~ ~ce ~.~.= .... "~/"~.q'~C ~ Box eJe,~~-" . ] |Mrs. Tom Almli, Sr., and StellalI ,~,, 4"-I12, ) ~ ..... ~ .... ~,,, v.. ~J" ,-,ts - I I ..................... ][Parsons were co-hostesses. Herb[] ,-~- m~-.~ ~ Hein uallt ollunches :') *, .... IM'v I ] ~"|~'q~ ]lCookery and quick desserts were I . 9 o oua s i I I ~.'~~..~t.~l.W ~J_~ ,v *.-..~o }lfeatured and ~'reatl- en'o- ed |/ /ll~Wal'~ ~ "~llW~ ....................... ~-, /a-~u. ~**,-~t .~,v~.., Get bi 50 m s )) s y J Y "It Lal~l.Vll ~~UUI~ } ~.~..~~., .~ .-.L_.._ S - - ! ........ :~ ...--^ ~^ ] After themeetin~, Mr and Mrs i a ~ ~ ..... *~.~. /~ /r7111c ) shaker for only 50c with Lac-Mix | ~ is hlgn time to I , ~ ............. | A~ ~t ~ ,,,~ ..... ~. "~ ]~Almli ilad din ..... t ~,~i1~ D~. I1 .omam vege[aDte, soup lynx ~ VI~]~I4~I"ff~J~JJK ~OU.[J ...... 103/~-OZ. car]. O/ ~ ~ boxtop. 1 r now 1~ our salvation nearer thanI1 ..... " ............... "ru or Li--ton's Noodle Sou" Mix" - " " | ~alvation nearer .tnan ]~so.s home. LI v v ~;~rooms. Doz. $1.95. .4 /~t-~c ~ 1-Lb. $~-)c 3-Lb. K~L-)C I '| ~~he.day is a} ~! ~ [I 2-Ounce,6~/~)p~ ~ MUSHROOM SOUP ....... 103A-oz.can /'~/0~ ~ Pkg. ~.~e_'~ Pkg. ~ i | ~~rks of darkness, and t[Prestons Drive iI Pkg t.)/~ { -- ~ I I ~armor of light.. ........... r ..... lip ....... I na ma sour I _ I ' a not in riotin and ivlr an(1 ~Vl s ueCll rreston ac z.~,~-z~-~ ~ot in rioting ana i| . . ,. . "ll ..... } ~&'~ ~ ~p ..... a Ha~..&--... I | antnnness. not in lcompaniea Mr. ana vtrs wallace ll In .. . s a.ut cutter I amoerln anti wanlonileS~ not 2 ~na w amonness, n.ot ~r, ![Ireston on a two-day trip toll reanut ~ll I V ~t~Ill~F~ ~ql~l~ ~~~" ~ Everybody loves its fresher "natur- 1 ! ~~s:. ||Arlington and Condon, Oregon | No peanut taste a ure re ~ ~~?' [ ar' navor, creamy or Chunk Style. | ~~l the lusts i[where Wallace went on business.]| fined, neu:tral oil P " ~ ~2 [ 12.oz. aa.. I | ,~,~,~,~ Romans 13:11-14 ~ I On the way over both the Sno- I ) -.,-,z- ! It7 ~ **'" K / M~ ~",.~-~ $ tar /',_~ I tnereoi. " ~ qualmie'Pass and Satus Passliwere bare and with ver little L C 1 ~Z~h~tn l~YOe~ied;~n:a~ i~-~o]fT~c~~ d~69~/~ I KE HE--.'~AC NCR FT I I snow along the sides of road, 9e PLASTIC CUP bu[ on the .way nome it Was ~!eh, delciously seasoned. ' c | s.u 'Ul}IqT PII NTIqT ||snowing quite hard on sno[[ Cracker Jacks I i0;]2 2:3)29e ! Orange Sherbet N . . -,,-u xuul rv LUV2-OZ. can o/ o I rmo u, ,.,-.-,., I]qua.lmle Pass w,th about 4 or 511 A treat for the children with { can I or PINEAPPLE" I inc/1 " . , ute u cmcKen, c e~ on ule roau r I Fourth and Dunham II I| an added mystery nrize ~ ~~C~lCKen-- .... 9/90c Pa ty Pride cup can be used forleft- I : r gto ,Washi ton II Going over was by way oflI e,,- __',2 " ~ ~-~91"1~ UI'IIUI~. ~I~I~..~U~/2-0~. c~n gi~/~i~] ~ overs, etc. I i ~~c~t, SelenUs~, IIMaryhill ferry and the return/I ~-/v~z. ~)/~.ff-~ ~ Costs you les~r. " "- d'~/gMm, c ~ ~"~f~ I I .... lt~,~s by.Paterson ferry.. The ola/1 I RANCHO TOMATO SOUP . .22-oz. can { Pint " i ~,,,~,~,v ~c~n~ ............ I1 AM. IJUOlumma was up quite nlgn anall I ............... ~ .... 11...4..51. I/was really muddy due to so]I ............................ ~ ~ -~--.~-.J--.~---- IL 1 R.oom'. Church ]]much rain, they having had the]l / _ 1 i ~~:" %~ , 1U,I I lisame heavy rainswe've had|l I P @ I here. " I It It was most interesting toll resn Fork LOinS ! J:;14 . , I I ,o I drive through the wheat farming[I k,. ................. - = I k '* 1 I I I .................. ilcountry where for mile upon,| ~ i~" %"?-:'= I ~a~,on ~.~ ..... |lmile, as far as the eye couldl| ~b-'" Extra large premium .- I Isee, was rolling wl~at fields|l Whole or Half Loin, attention home --~ ~.~~-"~ize~ " ~ I treezer owners, put one in your ~~ ~~~-l~]~ Lb ~I~ i fl ,ffi~,~n,~m~ tn uveetov Ill ~'~"-"~"-I/ treezer now. Serve baked with Lb. ~l~ fresh juice. 'V I ulqruruLA l1r.,oO/-IUl~ Ill ~. ]/ dressing. I 4P' 1Z ..... I i IN A POPULAR CHURCH tI ~REs~erp'oRKn'0trI.IOpSed" ]b 65'C New crop, California, full of healthful v~taa~m~ins: ........ "" I ...... Ill ..... " li .l or n hakoand ervewlthap;;e':a=o ........... .. FRESH SPINACH . 5. I Ill " " ""' " // T_nT~T l~nDl/" UC~A~ " 1N Zi[.'ld'* ........ /*"'J~" | ~l,~ene"s d to. a,plain and pointed discourse, delivereo Dy a oe- _. f1 .uv.t~.~ .t vat~.t~ at~,~-~t~.l. .................. ~, -~' Florida Red Bliss .... first of the new crou 1 ~.~~~ a:~: II/ ,,o,v 7:15 p.m. Sat. mat.// Armour's or Dubuque, r}._ Gr'd fresh dally, savoryl~" -" NEW , f ,!t2 II1 p.m. Sun. Cont trom 5 -m li , Small Picnics lb.OOC* Pork Sausage lb V lUr.,O ..... | II the question, "My Ill " "" "/I 'choi o' rosh, olid heads for your tasty'salads. I - re ou savedg" ~ " ~ ' frmnd, a y LA fr~e~ and, see. ]II'HUR.' RI.'SAT.. ,A.. Rlh Roast .. lh. 73c I MB CRISP LETTUCE .... lb 10c I g ~,~ ho~so='; - /I U S 'Choice' or 'Good" I ~A~.~ Fresh, red for slicing or salads in handy cartons ~ I H " 'ster,(in a tone ot lit Dean martin . Jerry Lewis |I Bee} Slrloh'~ or I m tv m , DID TI'tUA'r/M O " - . I II~ve ost;l there is no It! .............. /I n ' a o. a na | Shoulder . ,r.aast ,s.quare IILllar" I llTl- 'Ikl P il .... cm. *lc | fl " ~ : ........III "JUMPING SAOKS" II Kouna ateax, no. I e fey., fine I~r baking cooklng and eating 24-1b box 24, I fl ~~2raM~rP. I1'~ I1 Plate cuts for soups stews " " ' " " " was heard b his wife and entered her e o. ROME APPLES . . 1 H h:a ; il%N MON -:-.ll . , . , ,. I lh 4% . 5. 2/25c I "Lost or saved? What strange words to be carrying away .- .... Feb ~.z Bolun nee .. D a~, ~ Crts s Ii ~ ,. h~ o~rrvln~ nw~v III II ~ I 1 . I p weet, ~ Swee~ new crop, Calif. drlk-- ! g II/Pi-r Laurie --a" -" r 0 ii so~l. The/]/ ~n r~es t~onu nil TOM TURKEYS, whole or hall readyto cook ....... lb. SSc Sweet elery .lb. Carrots ....... lb. ~C I I! "go [l/ Rock Hud n, Gi i Perr u i| mESH rRYvRS. CerU-Fresh. pan ready, cut. p Z2 m. 1 kima ele, p rple to,s I ]][[ er troubled spirit................... H|]] ,, ................ =.. ti STEWING HENS Manor House fresh frozen " lh 59cPotatoes 10 lb 'ha Turni s lb no ~l desl're to her heart II/ ~ ~.~X~UDX D~*~ |m I I ................... II - g P ...... I K ~ibl~ora~d II echnicolor I| noyas aun nortentng Lream ot race I nNt l I il " .b]es,sed words. [I] . !l I "'" I , o(1 yen [ne ~ For a wholesome fillin breakfast .... * ~~ ]~ ~]o.od, ev.en the II/ . li Emulsi-mixed, speedy new cake recipe and 10c coupon at g I .... :" I II forgiveness of sins" (Eph. 1:7). In a moment she laid hold If[TUES.-WED .... FEB. 3-4|I store display. - - I New luxury toilet tlssue ~/t'~t'~c I N of Gods way of peace. Throwing herself on her knees, she /// ..... li IS.Oz. OA, I Zee Tissue .... /OO I [[ expressed her thanks to the Lord as fgllows: "Oh, blessed [H .oa~ CALHOUN ] ~ = .... -I ..,,, Pkg. ] Double-ply facial 2ssl~e ] " 6 .,-,v,,,,~ **~,~, lit ' " [! Lord Jesus, my Saviour, I thank Thee that I am saved. //! ~ Rt~t~TT~ ~v..~v*,, I1 .__ w"~ ~I~q~ . | qua y. ~1~/g1~lWe 1 II ? ~r~ ~IV~.~ With coupon Where does the reader stand? Are you lost or saved. ~. II I able q'i Z/ZD I ~ "Lost," and on the Broad Road to endless woe, o S e ,r "o, II/ ulnecolor [| - - Chun King vegetable and a c~n | --'~"extra soft" Roll./.~r~e"- | i on the Narrow Way to Glory. , Ill ii ~ ....... '- " of noodles - - ' " There are but the~two classes in Gods sight. Find out I]] Gloria Swanson 1| ~ " - Chinese Din'r -534 I Comft. T,s. Roll /'t:/6~ I which class you belong. If yOU are still unsaved, un- /l!"2 II VALUABLE 001IP~3~ Each I Made to tear right. I .... W" v a. v.,., .-...,a,.,.,.~vv~v~ ~ ...... W IS z.~ e.~e.~ * ~verted, unsanetlfled, unforglven, the Lord Jesus ~s ill- ]]] . . [I Oen'ennial for Llght, p'ncakes I~ e I Zee To e Ron / I l~atural Color , 4 Lb v washin white e and able to deliver you from the penalty and power of ]]] ]I .... -- -- Cane ke Mix ~';g DI I sa e g, Pk' o/o: , i Redemption, even the forgiveness of sins, can now /11 ~ |1 ~A~'~ 1 dri,v -~ ~:~ I Zeo Na,,k s g ~/~,~J "obtained. To Him give all the prophets witness that, THUR -FRI -SAT ~'~ q. ,11 ,v V&- I, II ,I,V Chunk style. ' ' r~ I ........ I ugh His Name, whosoever believeth in Him shall receive [[] .......... "'1| ON YOUR PURCHASE or' St'rkist I ~m:r'~ larg~kg. 2/27e I ~ission (forgiveness) of sins (Acts 10:43). How simple. [[[ Clark Gable, Ava G~dner, II I t'. of 40 i )dSa~ddeley:dfo~mh oos ever believeth n Him "lthe penalty' WhOanddidslaveryit all, ofandsin)kpaidt~M-it I[[ B,,LONEroderick STAR"crawtrd II It Satin" Sh0rl " PriceSto marketeffectiVechangesFridaYand stockand SaturdaY,on hand inJanuarYArllngton.30thNoandsales31st'to dealers.Subject I I We extend a hearty invitation to you to attend the Gos. Battle for Texas and the B~ttlo At Any Safeway Store meetings held every Sunday night at 7:45 in the Arling. Ill of the Sexes ..... I| rash vslue 1-20 Cent --,,,o,, a,,.,..--,,, the O,,. ~~ Oh,. ~l/ II J ! .,,.__!"7