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PAGE EIGIIT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,IN(;TON, WAStIINGTON, THURSDAY, FEB ]o, 1953 t ~ ...... , , - .... | [I IN PROBATE I ']P-- |-,- L_ ~1---2-. lie dog, answers to the nameI office. I f" r .v I/ ...... t Lut to a mly t of colic. Last seen Feb 1. . I nh ~ n ~ DT I;I .. _ -y ~" ~ ......... | ..... I Reward Lee McKernan Rt. 4 Im~unn~ wu / ~ l~ r ii ~ nil .... ~.....a. l] nw~m~gper'~roy~rt ~utnhy S~a~n2/ORDER NOW, Stark Bros. World's/ Arlington. Call 258J2. I trgel.nvga~vCelY~dder I ~ ~ U " ~|LL |J||~ |] homish. / Champion Fruit flowering and/PLACE FOR SALE or trade on/ ......... , | i ' . wnoiesam-re[an a u [ [! n the Matter of the Estate of OLE[ Shade trees shrubs perennl-[ nlao~ ; ....... ~ .... ann[ * .... ,. ........ ..~, | |!LARS & VERNAL VAY ROE Deceased | ~1o ,,; .... ~o~o oh~,~a ')'~'TTA | ~.--~w ~L~ tUWn. ~'O~U~""'=:t UUC~X ~'a,t~ ~LHHh' r q ....... ' _'/ ~,~ ..... ~o ..o~o. ~ ....... o.~. / none o acres With. smau/ Parts Phone 941 . morlee is hereby given that tnet--~l k~- '~ ~u: ,... u ..... ~ I " _. [ undersigned has been appointed and furs oaln dllU t~zllcl~n llOLl~t', ~ ----" -- ~q he I:d IArhn ton Shooters ,h.s qualified as Admlnirtratrix of the We need _ .more _ used trac '| W. O'Neal, R. 2 Phone 273J1.!RAISE.HATCHING EG-~, L~]]~|~ pL1 L-U ' [ ~ ]estate of,OLE LARS & VERNAL VAYI plOWS, fllSKS, (]rillS, ana mR-|__" ............ ' ............. I can nanole ~oo nets, ~'---~ -- ' [~_l'_A&_ ~l ..... J. ROE, Deceased; that all persons hav-[ nure soreaders. Will sell orlCATHOLIC church game nlght,[ furnish special chic ~" | " | f~ ml [lJq[~l~[[t~ Ot~[[ll~OOU~ [ !ng .claims a.ga!ns~sald deceased are[ swap We also ~ive free esti- ~ Friday February 13th 8 to 10[ world's leading bree, le hereby reqmrea r.o serve ~ne same " " " " m ' ' " lllgT! I~T MI [[ ]1[' | [duly verified on said Kathleen I I mates on plastic pipe, silos,| p. [ count and give you ,,o: mm-Bvmwm mv.m ~ ,i ~endell or ~ r or e r ' ....... ,.eaa ,.ea ue i e art n y of reeodI diesel irrigation motors, do-I ................. ] thelr eggs at16 to 25c ( , ~ at the address below stated and file " I~Ai~IA~II(_: .~AI~INII~L.~D Northwest League Stanadmqs . , mastic pump systems, milking . [ ket. WASHINGTON _ _ I", ~ lZ~ ] Me-tin ......anwo~ Ea~.les I the same with the Clerk of said Court ...n ...n ...... ,^~ [Our experienced men are earn- w Lllaarv lVlOSe ~ll~S [ _ e . ~ t ..... ~_ uu ~. g 'ltogether with proof of such service[ parmrs, ~,:~ ~.~=. ........... | ~~ ~: .................. I ERS HATCHERY, A Snohomish .............................. 8 2!.. a --. ~. Ion the local range, the Arnng~on within six months after the date oft For more information drop a| ~.~ ~a..,~ .,yu, p~- .~ ~l Manor Phone 2201 . r 8 ~,~'~O00 ~hoot ~ontest [snarpsnters 1 a s t Thursoay first publication of this notice or thai card to H P RaUor R57 l,oo,,~t I iour men to train ior [nls type ........ ' ............ Mr. Ve non ............................ 2[ will be ' " .................... ........... Inight took the measure of thelsame barred. I ....... | of saleswork Essentials are MURPHY PACKING CO- lVlglIy~Ylllg ............................. u ~ it. I Da of fir ~c, vui~tt. " . . . Anaeortes ...... 6 4] Gary Mose local junior high|down river shooters by a scorel1953te st pubUcaUon, Jan. 29, ~_ ~| good character, neat appear- kllhng, cutting, and v Burlington ..................... :- 4 6;school player', won the Arlington|of 1908 to 1884 tl~us remaining ' (Sl"ned' [Do you want the best Irrigation| ance, car. For interviews Mon- Locker beef. Phone Sedro-Wooliev ......................... 4 6 olavoff for the Seattle PI HooD/in the running for the county ..'~.~'~ ........... System with the lowest eom./ day, Wed. or Friday between 9 Tuxedo 3648 evenings; Arlin~,ton 2 8 Shoot conteat Mose conned the/championship. The Stanwoodl Administratrix of said Estate[ petltlve price to you. Our or-| and 10 a.m., Mr. Bertsch, 2011 on 340 . - marksmen are the only team to Address 337 Olympic Ave- ganlzatlon has 12 years of lr-[ 19th St, E erett Was [~nn ~AT ~ ~o~t Edmonds ................. 2 8 championship by hitting 16 out~ , . . I .' .............. I .................... , ........ -- ............ of 25 The contest was ooen tothave oested Arlington this year,[ hue, ~rnng~on, wasn. [ rlgauon experlence. J~or ~reeiTnCm a',.n *~,~,~ ~ m ~ t ~ t i ~,.I ran~,o m2o. No~,,n a ' The Arlington Eagles edgediall boys 14 years of age or'under.[winning theprevious match.bYljaT~o~rt~c B/~vbeb~uAet~Ar~enY tfor ~w~t~,l estima~sz-dr0p a c.ard toH. P.['~pearl~'nec~k~l'ac'e" * V'"icin~'ty* ~o'~| roas~ter $25'; Jr'~[)eLaV a score oi ~ to ~3t ~o omer ua~er ~3~ ,~oeusr ~:verer[ their foot into the door leading Muse was followed by Velmar/ ..... .... [ ...... . .... , ~ ~ ,o~ ' ' Safeway store Sentimental separator $25 Call M ...... team in [n t n a[ed ua~e o~ nrs~ puonca~mn ~a .......... -- .... . to an invitation to the Dlstrlet,Munson of the Arlington Grade[ ..... e coun y as uele I Date of last publication' Feb 12' 1953 |STRAYED--Black and white col- value. Please return to Times 2117, any day except. 1 B n either ~tanwoo~ or Arlington Tournament but it was the back lSchoo quinet and ob Jacobso } .. , - / door, by virtue of a close 51 toiof Lakewood, both tieing for see-|_ As tne, score indicates, the[ Arnngton ~eaa eye DICKS StOOO/ 48 victory over the Sedro-Wool- ond with 14 completions. Other/ ' ," , lay Cubs All the Eagles have[contestants were Alvin Tryon,]the pressure petter than thei Logics, ana as a consequence to d.o.n, ow, is sprint home ahead Dennis Hoidal,,Frank RezaC, tare" ieamng" ...... me league Ior thai of Edmonds, have Marysville fin- !Denny Hammerb, and Stanley[~; .... ;_.~ .~.~ ..... [ lsh in the first division, and then lTate. , I"'~It .... was"= ClaaytonU"~ ~ .... Grant again" I beat Everett two out of three toi The High School Lettermans[ " . . . [ on top with high score he drop win the final spot in tourney. Its iClub will present the winner with ....... , o a slim chance, no matter howlla medal suitably inscribed. Muse ePlsng o~ ~op~22eO~ mwatPos~ one looks at it, but the fact re- will also be taken on a trip as] ' P. I score of 387, Jerry Whitney of mains that there is a Chance. If guest of the high school team t ............ 1 btanwooo was nigh Ior them wire we know Coach Ernie Ludwick on one of their remaining out of ::..^ and his hot and cold Eagles, its ltown games. Muse will repre- ~u. [ a cinch that they will go gunning lsent Arlington at Eyerett on Feb- The team scores were as fol- for the chance to meet the Sea-iruary 28th, when t h e district lows-- gulls. " [playoff will be held. I Clayton Grant ....................... 387[ ]grida~s Thriller . o------------ ] Lloyd Hartley .............. 383l Last Friday'sgame was at|~,a R,,.} q..h,.. I Chat Bluemke ........ 3821 ..- ,,o v eet ~t~e l/ thriller from start to finish. Both]~U~~go u~;etu. ~uttatt9 1 Ben Knudson ...................... 378t i ~a i '" " + the preiminary with a 49ti'3J[ Notlee'ls hereby'given that Herbert" '' i " " / -- '~ ink Eaglets "ck d uP anther decision over the Sultan seconds w" Smith as Executr f the abve[ Y~-LLOW D~LgWOOD i For better biscuits pancakes waffles and tasty muffins I~ win in the preliminary, pullingl ']~lnalntltled est,~te has filed herein his .... --,y," ........... | _ ___ ' _ '___ " IIl~al~.'~lnlIl~al.l.! ~,wav in the second half to win] ------------o . report of his administration*.~ i~r' i n~T~. 1 tl__l II~'. .... .'l li." ...... ----/ 1 ................. ~" a , . . . . "" thereof together with his petition for I 11/41 11/4J 1111"- "' .... # Fluff-i-est to accompany' 50.to 39 decision. Jim nlngtArlington JumorHI [ardecree of distribution. In which it z-naUmunt [ rl0ot Dlsqul[ mix . . rko. wiln Iwen[y poims ann aerryl IP ayed tha~ all remanmg proper~y o~! Mad~a fresh ~'~ /~t~-I ... ' ...... 1 1.Th ~'~f~ _ ~e~sWlth fifteen paced t tlelVakes North Jr. 2/39 1 2own uTny,_mgn graae, rresnty ground, 4-oz. can 6,c I G'. ZgC - " ' ' : i ' " 2-Oz " Llneu-ps: I Plavina at Everett ]ast Frida-['clck P" ~" and the Courtroom of, .......... ' --"- ! Mlaek Vannar _ lLg[e I ....... , a ~, .r De artment o h ~ ~~Vm~ my vm ~n ~ 8-oz Arlington (51 Sedro (48>/afternoon the Arlington Junior] ~ ,P: ....... N.. 3_of t e above en-ti ~ ]r])][~|~_o A|~,. I ~'~ *J~ IHershey Cocoa.S:.z" ~- ~,~ ~u~ In ~ne ~oun~y ~our$- ~ ...... Goerhch (2) F Ibea (8)i!:4i nuintet took over sole nosses-laouse City of Everett Snohomish'] ~ [~l~l~ ~'~L~.i | vinecrest, large, sun dried, table ra]sms sweet and moist Spencer (2) F Davis (8)[stun of first nlace in the Junior[cunty, State of Washington, have ] Bnv a--iar of Lunch ~ox S~read and [ ~ II| l~ " ~- ~" 1 ~I~ s~ :' -" ( ) - een fixed by order of the under- f Due d the 4-Lb, D. ]Lrckson (2) c Ross 12 [HI loop by nosing out North Jr.[sl.ned Clerk of th- a ............. I ~~s an. d~th~'ejar ;;'Cl .%P#[ll# If$11gln _. I PLIl~tTgDgll~| T Erckson (15) G Hod~in (12)no7 to a6 Arlin~'ton and N~rthl~.~,vt ~ th~ +~o ~'~ .,~'~..~2~..~.u~'~:--~-~-_[[ lar from each jar and b~ the pricel v~,v~mv~v ml~lvlmmv I~Kg, j-~ff~ I bll]lh~l r4~]['l][~l - .............. o ..............................~ ~"" *"~ "" "~'- 'of Duelless wli~" be returned to you ' -- Bergma t2) G L. Morgan (6)]~vere previously tied for the tOD]Ing on said final report and petition f. of Duchess wilb be returned to you I ....... ' ..... I At Safeway. your favorite for decree of distribution Scorch l'rea~ frozen has ~rue mayor ol *rash orange juice Doz 1 69 now c ~ I~ Subs: Arlington---Wagsmo (2),Jspot II .... . oo I . ' " " " " I~e~'i~-a'po"p'uid;'l' Borseth tl0), Quail (10), D.[ Quarter scores were 6 to 6, 16[ ~RS ANDERSEN Clerk of above[I .... ~'~-"k~--'~ ..... | ~[~...~~ |m[~A 6-Oz. 1 /~A_ [ Carton , Petersoi~ (4!: Lindquist ~. (2}.[to 14, and 25 to 21 Smith andlEntltled Court. By 'Myrtle Jordan. I[ ~AI~AD I UldH l JUl l . , ca= I oo 10 O/, t~e~ro--vazem,.ne,, uavls,~raa"-t-J. Larson with 14 and 11 oointslDeputy II ~ .... ~ ~r~ I v u -- I ~]~/51~_~ Pkg. ~.~/' ford Moffett (o~ l.)ac.,d ~.~b~ D;o+ ......... ..~. +..l G. W. Hinman Attorney for Execu-il ~ ..../I ~ I ....... l~.s~o~ ~,~,~,~ ~,, ~t- ~.~4 |~,,. ? ,.~,~, .................. [tor, Arlington, Washington. [] Jar ~[:~'~" | .... ~... ..... I ......................................... ---~........... ~ ...... ".... ~tnelr %vim. |Date of first publication. Jan. 29, 1953.[l - --'- 1 ~N|]Y K~ Tile Arlington Eagles have a[ ~>-----____~ |Date of last publication. Feb 12, 1953.1[ LUNCH BOX I ~-~gq~& ~-~a~ I l'~ ~~~r.V .~ _~- J .~'~J. 11 coupl~ of tough oPtonents thls 30S LgA~U~ STA.DIN~S o ;Lz~:~ Almon " ~ " ' " ~ Milky Way Hershey d week-cp.d, entertaining the]~oys Club .......................... 5 01 o. I or Milk Cl'10colate, or Baby I V omah W I~U.lilhllfl[l%, ~ |IU~l.lk~ Ruth Mary's ille T " a ks FridayMukilteo ............................ 4 1[ Our heartfelt thanks to all who[] ~..uw,t...~Jp-~(lu I ".... I .... night and then traveling to Bur-I Zdmonds ..... : ............... 4 1 lextended o,~,~rtin ....... t~..[I ^~:_.~ .~ ~ | " Box o, z4 . . 1 .-. ,--. -'-',- *~ "-" b J P' **J %~II~I~ ,,')C C lington the Ioll0wing night. The]Jnohomish ................... ::::: 23 fond help in our recent "s'orrow I OR. . All g, I ~ " Eagles need a win in one of thor[Arlington ............................ 2 3 [For the beautiful servi~ ~^,o{]] Jar ~UPO~ I" O;J~5 raze 2~1~ ~:6" " ~.':c'-.i (;..:/ rem.amlng., four games to ease/Falconners ........................ 2 3 [offerings, and other kindnesses, ~ ~ 1 Florida, Red Bliss, " " their way into the play-off berth iMarysville _.. 1 4 iwe -re ha...., .................. il ~ I X~~ss~ .... ~ - " ..................... n a u~..~p~y ~*at~u*.--lw*~~ H ~~1 lul ~l .~l ?~k'~ 1 "~~~ ouallty, serve T.B. Victorius in two of their last~iqaval Reserve. 0 5 ic,.m,~ T,~.,~.,~* r~,.~,~., r-.., / -~r******mml~ar-~,m __. ~ . "-- ~.:=~_.~_-~ "* ....... - .... ~--- ~-~,~ ]~'~ .... (r .....a~.-,...~t__, .... -~. ..... :~ ....... _ --1 ..... , ,,,.,o,.t,,,,,,~, ~,v.uu~v ~J~av,,,~ ~"Al"~ 1 ~ ~ creamed with peas. .,,r~-.= .~a~;.~ ~anLe~;~mcmuu,g uas~ week Arling[on oroppeal I R Gray and famil,. Dr arid'~ 1 -1 ~ 1 two in a row at home, the EaglesI a game to Mukllteo 52 to 25. The[Mrs L S Batdorf Jack Gray and ~]~~ ~1~ I~ " " ~i I ~ 1 are capabie of knocking any op.] locals played the Everett Boys[fam'il~" ~-'- ~*.,:: ...... ~ ~gh(i,f~Jd~.~gffl ll , I I 1 ~ ~ I Very best quallty, fancy and extra fine for pies and'sauce. ' ponent off of their perch. [Club Wednesday night lily Mr and Mrs H H Fritz and " " q , I HOT HOUSE RHUBARB ....... -....... lb., ~lMildred Tronson went to Tacoma Ifamily" ~ i I Season is now peaking, an excep,ional value, large size 30s |]1 [ r~nxr a xrm i[on Wednesday last week and[Mr Mike Kronholm visited atl 1 RIPE AV00ADOS . ea /' | /_~/'g I z-l/V/ [[ ~pent the night with Mrs. Houk,[Lai~e Stevens ~undav I Young, tender colored fryers , ~.~m~ ~ I .................. I Alice Thomsen I]then went on to Yakima on] Thorn will h~ n~ Rl',,o Rind n~[ ~orve fried chicken It ~l~" 1 ' Economical for Juicing or serving by the half, in mesh bag. | Phone250W~ ]'Fhursday with Mr. and Mrs.[Camp Fire or Junior Souare~ ~,~.~h~. st~le In 1 ARIZONA GRAPEFRUIT ......... 8-1b. bag t~ || l! O |/ ~ .|~Nells Sudan. Mrs. Tronson visit-IDance at ~ryant until Feb "20 I .......... " , ~ t, ran e nail Ola I ~d her sister Mrs Bill Robertsl Mrs Fr~--'- ~"~ ..... ~" ~-~] Blade c~t U. S. "Choice' or "Good" roast with vegetables. Individual dates stuffed with pecans or w~lnuts. _ 6") t'~| I~T a fond family, and Mrs. Espe vislt-IVirginia Hull and Mr ~,~n ~ i Ri i: P[~[ I~Aqt Aq,, 1 FRESH DATE ROLL ........... 8-oz. pkg, ~" --~*'" "^'"^-- ' ~d at her sister Mrs ~oden' ' o .............. -~. l ~.~& a~ a~.~ ,. , , , au -~,~. IU ~11~ llqgl~$11 - ~ SlJohn Thomsen drove to Van-I ,, " "- -' ....... Rich in vitamins .... i~~~" _ Ihome They returned home on~o~,,,,~r u c, ~J.,,~o,, ,~;~ ,G~,,.1. I U.,~.Choice" or~oo~1,' serve w*~n irencn irles. -I /~ll r-~.~ , W'ell the old Bryant (;range :, " ................... ........... rash Dates -lb BOM BEAU .... ~unday. It was afline drive and beautiful " IRL01N STEAK . . lb 69c r .... hall and the acre of land havet Mr "o rooo ,,ooo.,o--J _ , .. ] BEEF S S I I .____.. been sold' Chas" Nelson was the . ,~ ~,..o. o~oo ~"'-"~"~'"~ weather Ior a trip .... Yakima Netted Gems clean, '- ; : ...." " _ .... :-|are visiting their son Jess Jr., at] Mrs James Miller ha ....... ] u.s. 'Choice' or'Good'--swiss in Spanish sauce 1 .......... '10-Lb Aq~ ] D M M 1 k SUCC~SIUl Dl(l(ler on me naih[~rtlo ' |., .., ,. ~. u~t~n ultI lt~ll~llmll~ lrfkl[TlkTh O~PAYO ll ~'~t'k ~0. / ,~oua&~8 Ba~ " "-~:~" ] rJll~ll~ me SICK nst for some tlme and Clifford Udell oh the aere[~"~\'~'__. .... ~ blip KUUPlU Ig, AIXD . . . ID. 4~C I Yaklma clean washed t G~K% I Fanc-" and ex fat~ ere " .urnzpse~n c~ t.onvenuon --~ , a of und so th will be on y ,, , 50 Lb gro ~, .................. ] Mr and Mrs Clayton Turnin-[ ~~~m____~ L----__[ u.s. Choice' or "Good" cut to your favorite thickness." 1 No 2 Potatoes .JL.~ [ quality best for bal~ o!,~ hall and that will be .. /-DI Jill,. No 1 best quality for s ew Ag~ - " eed returned home last Frlday t s cooking ~w i,~a~Ul.aA ,i V ~ ,l~ VV'~' ".. . ' " ' v after attending a convention at - . Z]: Friday night Feb. 13. Let s ha e ~. * Bolh 0nlons bag 24-Lb Box ~- ' ....... I ban Jose, Cahfornla of the Ant-/ ~/a~a~apa~a~ I Ground fresh daily for meat loaf hamburgers, etc I ng [ .-. ~,.~ a , o U!npmtaa eng2V o, e[ rYt:nspeftX meOfcAm e aelp@s[ FRESH GROUND BEEF . . . lb. 47c I ep;ers lb 19c i Z.4u talked oxer. There will be work! , ~ / '" * . | ' .... ~,,,: ,~,,~,, n,o ~,t,,~,~,, o~ wo[ Feaeradon from January 26 to/ ~ [ Ground fresh daily from round steaks, more lean meat. I "" 30th Mr Howard Graft of Bo , Show t . oold lik ,o gV the r st o .th l Washinoton was lected vice / a,s p.m. at. ma'.l GROUND ROUND ..... lb. 65C I .ick or r :ul serve pipin, ,ot start the day Dasement Iloor oown. AnO mere ~" ' " ~ m Sun n ' " - . oresldent of the American Fed- p. . Co t. from 5 p.m. .... . m a lot of carpenter work to do, t .... { I , SM^-- I n~TaggR naT.~ -~ lb. -k~. And Sundav is also ~,oing to belerht'n and Mr. Turnipseeo naa/ I I I, ~ r charge of the panel dlS~2USSlOn ~ unt Jemima so li ht so tender they melt in your mouth a work day'with a pot luck din-] ....... ' " RIB ROAST I SKINNED HAMS I A , -,, , on lnsectlClCles a n cl losses or THUFRI SAT FEB 12 13 14 her. Everyone is welcome to .. . .- .- - . - - ] "'" come and help. Bring something[benefIcIal insects. I U.S. "Choiee" or [ Armour's Star. or I PANCAKE MIX . . 2-lb. pkg. for the dinner, and bring Tau~c~ Tours were given the ladies Donald O'Connor I ,'Good," 7 l_nL cut |L ~0-- i Itormel .~Dair, y~' IL ~0~ | ................ tin- cracker snack family. There is lots of work the~on two different days. One tol .......... [ po o e Ytta e.... ,u. uo~ I ........ ,.. o~ 1 :~:;~,,~,~;;~,;;...... *'~ ! a ra ut J.,orl .,~emon ~11ce Ke|Le t ladies can help with ~S n F ncisco and sights abo " Y " : - " .......... I ] Dubu_ueo brand, 4 to 8 lbs. average cello wrapped lMn~.___ I_ UHL LIIb . . . . 0-OZ. -PKg'- -- [own, [ n e Inn [o ~anta Gruz Mrs Carrie Orr of Kent haslthrough the Redwoods, and visit-I "rRANOIS OOES 1 SMALL, PICNICS ...................... m. oz~ i Swift's, ready to heat and serve, choicest lean meat- .......ed many of the old MlsSlOnq ,, J Assorted olive pimento head cheese and bologna. 1 been visiting old friends in the ' TO WEST POINT ' ' ' Ib 49c oz. can Arl,n+ton district IThe tours were put on by the[ I LUNOHEON mEATS .................... , BABY MEATS . . . 3t- ....... o ......... ' C .......... I Honey Packers Association. Over| I Armour's "Banner" brand. Lean streaked enjoy w/breakfast eggs A ~'~ I .......... tar ann wlrs wtayne r~uwarcm, --~ ~T Tg"~"~"f~ "DA/~lkT ' 1%. ]aA I Fr*sKLeS, cuoes or meat, a rea* ~rea~ ior your {tog. .. " ~ .. ;. ............. [350 attended the convention / t~u.l.%~ml./ L~aV~.~L~I IU -st- ~1%~'~ ~l'~aah ~ ll 1 ~r. anu lvtrs. Kapa i~1~on anu , ..... " ................ " Every state in the Unlon was ,~ Mr. and Mrs" Frank McFarland[ *'epresented [SUN.-MON .... FEB. 15-16[ I)ULi I'UUI) ..... 3 ID. oag attended a pinochle party at the|" " [ Makes dishes shine without wiping'. .... ~oe .......... sure ~o enter ~ne ~enu*x con~esL home of Mr and Mrs HowrdI -- - _ . * , ~ranumtea, * I aay t~o,ger eavens k 1 " Clifford Fulfs arrived in Se-. m = H tattle by plane at 4"30 last Sun- ,, VEL DETERGENT . . 15 oz. p g. 3 c WHITE KING SOAP . 22 oz. pkg. Howard Heavens has purehaS-]day morning. He has a 10 day WHERE'S CHARLEY?"I - J - - - itch- Surf r r d uffolk a , . For the swee~esz wash on eartn--sw ~o . ed,, . a . eglste,, e S R gl[ leave and is. to report back, .to . ] Won t scratch cleans easier and works faster ,. ~.aw~ ~.~mw~l~, I~w~tWm aa Michael from the Denny Farms[cam at Plttsbur Cahfornla Color by Technicolor e,~v~v~w~,w,r, ~ r, ~vor, r~ ~ ,~ , n ~l 11~14 1114/kRI4k_lM1 ~q n~ nlxa at Stanwood. ]February 18th. ] 3UNbKIII LLLAPI I [ . l~-oz, can ac, The Loyal Heights Sewing Club Mr Hanson on the Cecil Richie ~ ........... " , , . ~ani Meyer ~preaa ior tasty met at the Albert Bowles home[place has been on the sicklist TUES.-WED .... FEB. 17-18 Tide's in--dirt's out' Cleaner clothes--sparkhng dishes, sandwiches. ')P~A I ~h~$~,~ ~&, last Thursday with 29 membera~the past week. T.iwr mr. t 4t/.,-oz can 1 vv eLt =t ou u present '_[ The Grandvlew." Club. "Is .spon- anet Le, hPeter Lawfor llUe. ULII K ANI zl -0Z, p g. lC eat I - ~. . _ J "g - d . Oscar~ayer ar~ White King, mak Par and Mrs Glen uramer andlsoring a family social Ior every- ' " ~,~ .............. -. family of Coupvil]e were Sun-lone at the Recreation hall. Sat- ".TT~W, q"rlC,l'T~t I'Yiff~"l~9, Gives rich creamy rain soft suds and is kinder to hands Wieners ... 11-oz. can '-kO I -. .... ,.,,. ~..~.~.~ v., ~a '* ~ " 30-Oz day dinner guests at the Bowles]urday night there wilt be games -~-ar~ ~''" .... ~ -- a'a~ Playfair, for heR|thick-,pets g)/OP~c I " O~ home, other guests in the'eve.]of all kinds for young and old, . KINNI! MIIWII~K Z: