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PAGE EIGtIT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, THURS., MARCH 5, 1953. FORTSON Mrs. Ray Toraason, Correst)ondent The Oso Home DemonstratioI Club held their meeting Feb. 25 at home of Mrs. Pat Clark. Mrs. Charles Templeton was co-host- ess. Those present were Msdms. Knights, Bradley, Nermo, Cole, Miller, Davis, Klesidk, Whitman, Groendyk, Pierson, George, Ma- this, Baker, Parker, Toraason. Visitors from Warm Beach were Mdms. Price, Smith, Meyers, Kei- tel, also Mrs. Thompson from Se- attle. The Warm Beach ladies put on a very nice demonstration on how to make corsages and flow- ers. The next meeting will be held at Oso ciub room, March 11. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spartz and Mrs. Rene Griffen left for their homes in Texas and Minnesota last Friday after spending a few days with their brother here, Mr. T. Klement. While here they vis- ited and saw lots of our wonder- ful country. The community wishes to ex- tend their sympathy to the Pum- phrey family for their regent be- reavement, of losing their father. An anniversary dinner was served Sunday at the Reed Mill- er home for Mr. and Mrs. Gene Simmons. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Koerber and Miss Patt~ Mooney from Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nieman and daughter Sharon, Mr. Tod Pum- phrey and the honor guests Mr. and Mrs. Gene Simmons and family. Those attending the District basketball tournament held at Mr. Vernon were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark and son Duane, Miss Alice Workman, Miss Billie Baker and Miss Winifred Skeers. O Degree of Honor Junior Clubs The Degree of Honor Junior Cubs will meet in the following manner on Monday, March 9, in the V.F.W. Hail: 1st and 2rid graders at 2:30, under the direc- t_ion of ttelen Duskin; 3rd through 7th graders at 3:30, un- der the direction of Olive Rod; Teeenagers who are 13 and 14 years old at 6:45 until 8:00 and those 15 and 16 years old at 8:00 continuing until 9:00, under ttle supervision of Irene Vognild as- sisted by other adult members. It is urged that the members of all groups make every attempt to aOend as the annual inspec- tion of the clubs will be held in April when our State Director will be present. There will be a treat for each member.. Too Late to Classify HAVE Your Easter Dress made to order. Children's Clothing, Ma- ternity dresses a specialty. Mrs Stuart. Phone 252J1. FOR RENT--Apartment, 3 rooms. Has electric stove and oil stove ~F,! per mo.; 2 bedroom house will be available in about a week, $45 pet mo. Call 1604 aGl ler 6 p.m. or contact W. D. Wil-] lon.le~:' 5th and McLeod, Arling- for housekeeper. Mrs. H. B. Caylor. Phone 1135. FOR SALE--POOL TABLE, 11 ft, Frigidaire, 51 model tables and ellairs, wall furnace, 7-up Pop case, 2 show e;,ses. See Henry Spe,cer ,* 401 Olympic Ave., or call 325W5. FOR SALE--2-bedroom house in town. $495G.00. Phone 831. Hospilal Guild public card p.artv Tuesday, March 10th, at 8:00 Dan. V.F.W. hall. FOR SALE--1 mile east of East S~anwood, on blacktop road: l0 acres, 6 cleared; 3-bedroom he.use partly furnished, incIud- ing eeletrie range and auto- ~-natic washer; full basement wiih auto. oil burner; small orchard apples, --. cherries,. p~aches, prunes and nut trees;I 30x50 ft. chicken house. Year l 'round stream through proper-I tv. Priced to sell at $12,000.] ('.'all or write Dr. Warsinski I PeG. 9813. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Sat. mat 2 p.m. Sun. Cont. from 5 p.m. "rHURS.-FRI.- SAT. MAR. 5,6-7 "JUST FOR YOU" Ring Crosby, Jane Wyman ~L-MON. MARCH $-9 ' 'ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN" A Paramount Picture Starring Jose Ferret - Elm Hunter TffES..WED. MARCH 10.11 "THE LION AND THE HORSE" A Warner Brothers Picture Starring Steve Cochran In Warner Color THUR.-FRI.-SAT. MAR. 12-13-14 "BIG JIM McLAIN" A Warner Bros. Picture Starving John Wayne and Nancy el•on Sacramento, freestone peaches, firm texture. DOZEN $2.95 • • • No. 21/2 Can Highway broken segments, sugar added, delicious breakfast fruit. • • • • • • Hillsdale or Highway half slices, Golden Hawaiian fruit. 16-0z. Can • • • • • , No. 2½ • Can DOZEN $1.69 DOZEN $2.95 Sunny Dawn, healthful, a natural appetizer. Special low price. 46-Oz. DOZEN $2.35 Can Town House, sweetened or unsweetened. DOZ. 2.95 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46-0z. Can La Lanl, golden Hawaiian Juice. DOZ. 2.95 PINEAPPLE JUICE ...46-oz. can Blend O'Gold, Orange & Grapefr't Juice. DOZ. 3.19 BLENDED JUICE ...... 46-oz. Country Home whole kernel, just right for small families. DOZEN $1.00 S • • • Gardenside, vine-ripened, in rich tomato puree. • • • • Oregon brand, very suitable for breakfast fruit. 2 8-Oz. re • Can. YOUR CHOICE... Taste Tells Pork and DOZEN $2.35 Bean~, Kidney Beans, $/I--/$-- Blackeye Peas, Lima No. 21//2 Beans, or Smith's Spa- 15-Oz. • Can ghetti. Can DOZEN $1.19 DOZEN $1.69 19o 7/Sl Canoed Fru#s • • • • Can d S /o d Cli g P hesv N 2½ Canoe ea O S • • • • •Can , n ea o. can Prince Leo, very good for salmon patties or loaf. DOZ. 5.09 Nor-Poc brand, sweet, tender, fine flavor, buy them by the case. DOZEN $1.19 River brand irregu ar es." Pink Salmon . . 16-oz. can 43c • • • • • • Can16"Oz" IO’ Pear Halves . . No. 2½ can Bite Size, for sandwiches, salads or casseroles. DOZ. 3.45 Vel Monte, sauce of a thousand uses, spicy tomato flavor. Canned Vegetables White Star Tuna . 6½-oz. can 29c Two Gentlemen, flaky, very similar to tuna. DOZ. 2.75 Bonit Flakes... 7-oz. can 23c Gold Cove Chum, a very healthful seafood.DOZ. 4.65 Alaska Salmon.. 16-oz. can 39c Brigade, for a delicious crab louie. Fancy Crab Meat . 7-oz. can 59c Taste Tells, plump beans and pork in tomato sauce. Highway, serve with cottage cheese. Lake•cad, a perfect blend of mellow apples. DOZEN $169 Bartlett Pears . No. 2½ can ~---.--]$-- Valley Gold unpeeled halves, appetizing. VO~ 16-0z. 7/1 • . . Can Apricot Halves. No. 21 can 3/ Ballad, for a delicious pie. DOz~ Del Monte rich, thick and smooth--just heat and serve. DOZEN $1.75 Boysenberries.. 17-oz. jar 17-0z. Highway, yellow cling, sliced or half. Gardenside, tender, cook with ham or bacon. 8-Oz. • Can 16-0z. • • • • • Can Moonbeam, makes pumpkin pie possible any day of the year. • I • No. Can DOZEN 1.95 30.Oz. Can • • Cami)bell's made from the juice and pulp of ripe tomatoes. 101/z-Oz. Can t DOZEN 1.15 DOZEN 1.5~ 16-Oz. Can DOZEN BOTTLES 1.45 Scotch Treat. for desserts or toppings. DOZ. 2.35 5/$1 STRAWBERRIES ...10-oz. pkg. Eel Air, Regular or French Cut.' Tender. DOZ. 2.25 GREEN BEANS ....... 10-oz. pkg. 19c Eel Air, Crisp, clean, chopped or DOZ. 2.25 LEAF SPINACH ....... 14-oz. pkg. 19C Frozen, sweet, easily prepared DOZ. 145. 2/254 GREEN PEAS ....... 10-oz. pkg. Eel Air, true natural flavor. DOZ. 1.85. 2/31c ORANGE JUICE ...... 6-oz. can t’ DOZEN $1.45 Gardenside, all green, serve with butter. Cut Asparagus. 19-oz. can Country Home, old fashioned cream style. Cream Corn . . 16-oz. can 2 Stone Crock, with snap and flavor. Sauerkraut... 16-oz. can Weston, tender, very good creamed. DOZEN $1.45 Green Peas . . g-oz. can 3 Garden Sweet, packed as soon as picked. Libby's Peas .. 17-oz. can 2 ’ Piedmont, $3uaranteed fresh, top quality, for salads and sandwicheS. Fresh Ma' 0uart • • • JOL~ Cqdahy's Tang, good for sandwiches, omelets, or fried. 12.Oz. • • • • • • Can Steps up the flavor of hot or cold dishes. 14fez. Bottle Dalewood, Ut I,b. Cubes. Guaranteed fresh. Your pet will enjoy canned friskies. Adds snappy flavor to all kfn~]s of meats. • • Lb. Libby's, five delicious fruits, blended for smooth flavor. 14-Oz. Bottle 30-Oz. Can DOZEN 3.95 An extra rich, full bodied fragrant blend for those who want the very best in coffee. '~ 79c '~157 Can Can b Good Buys in Good Eating Meat Morrell's, Cello wrapped, 4-8 lb. average. Smoked • • • • Lb. Beef, Blade cut, U.S. "Choice" or .'Good," FRANC0 AMERICAN Tender - cooked tomato and cheddar c h e e s e 15-Oz. s~tuce. Can DOZEN $1,45 CRISCO Save at this low price by using big 10c coupon on can. 3-Lb. Can SIOUX "BEE Fine flavored for hot 5-Lb. biscuits. Can Expertly blended from the choicest Orange Pekoe and Pekoe Teas. 48 Bags ~/z Lb. Pkg. ’ M.J.B. for delicious Lenten casseroles. S-Oz. • • • Pkg. Underwood, add egg for variety in sandwiches. • m Snow's, a flavorful soup for lunches. IS.Oz. • •Can Save 8c with token on each package. 39-Oz. • • Pkg. IN HANDY MESH BAGS Arizona, large, sweet, economical juicing and serving. for Navel, chock full of healthful vitamins. Easy to peel. Lb. Bag e Fcy. & extra icy. apples, excellent for cooking or baking. 24-Lb. Box 2.39 lb. YELLOW Medium size, best q~allty, ideal for slicing, stewing and season- ing. 5o,~. 3.69 Lb. bag U. S. NO. ls Washington Netted Gems, clean wasl~ed -Lb. 10 hag 49C U.S. NO. 25 Washington Netted Gems, clean washed 50~ 1.19 NEW POTATOESquality,Fl°rida' serveRed BliSS.creamedbest lb. 7c PRODUCE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY. Prices effective in Arlington, subject to market changes and stock on hand. No sales to dealers. Certi-fresh, pan ready, cut-up, colored • • -b. • • • Fresh Pacific, large size, ideal for oyster stews. • Lb. • • "• Pt. Diamond F, 10-16 pound average, whole or shank half. SKINNED HAMS ........................ lb. Klngan's boneless, no waste, fine for sandwiches. • CANNED PICNICS .............. 3½-lb. Diamond F, lean streaked, 0-10 lb. sides. PIECE BACON lb. PORK SPARERIBS P Lightweight, lean, swee~ meat. under 3 lbs. Delicious barbecued. Lb. COD FILLETS Deep Sea. good fried, special this week, buy for your freezer. 1-Lb, POUND 35c Pkg. Beef, U.S. 'Choice' or 'Good' 73C Captain's Choice, deep red Sirloin Steak lb. Salmon Steaks. Beef, U.S. 'Choice' or 'Good' Captain's Choice, "different" Round Steaks . .lb. Perch Fillets . MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDA~r AND SATURDAY ONLY. Gets clothes cleaner, yet so mild on hands. TIDE DETERGENT . . 19-oz. pkg. Floats dirt and grease right down the drain. AJAX CLEANSER . . 14-oz. can For cleaner, whiter clothes. DREFT DETERGENT . . 15-oz. pkg. For speedier dishwashing, for snow white hands. IVORY SNOW .... 12½-oz. pkg. The dlshwashlng detergent that's safe for hands. 0XYD0kDETERGENT.. 19-oz. pkg. L ----" AmazinglY mild--ideal for all types of skin. Reg. Size Bath Size