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% PAGE EIGIIT 6,000,000 Acres Certitied Tree Farms Washinglon, D.C. ISpecial) -- Washington and Oregon have just passed the 6,000,000-acre mark in certified Tree Farms, ac- cording to the March report of Forester J. C. McClellan of Amer- ican Forest Pxoducls Industries, Inc., which keeps the Tree Farm rolls.on a nationwide basis. Latest figures show Washing- ton with 164 certified Tree Farms totalling 3,090,887 acres and Ore- gon with 79, totalling 2,912,393 acres. In both states the certify- ins agency for lands west of the Cascades is the Industrial For- estry Assn. East of the moun- tains the Weslern Pine Associa- tion does the job. Both groups have headquarters in Portland. "These privately-owned lands,, ranging from farm woodlots to large industrial forests, are in the business of growing contin- uous timber crops," Mr. McClel- lan pointed out. "Growth of the movement has been particularly rapid in the Pacific Northwest, whereit' started about 11 years ago. It bodes well for the future to see so many timberland own- ers going into the business of growing tree crops, in a serious, sy~eJnatic way." March statistics also showed that the Tree Farm program has now spread to 35 states, embrac- ing 27,901,767 acres in 4,255 dif- ferent ownerships. American For- est Products Industries, national oaordinator of the Tree Farm program, is spokesman for pro- censors of lumber, pulp and pa- per, plywood and other wood- dependent industries and forest- land owners. Washington ranks second na- tionally in Tree Farm acreage, just about 200,000 acres behind Texas. Oregon is fourth nation- ally, just 90,000 acres behind Ar- kansas. O Ida Bjorn In Tie in Pullman Debate Washington S t a t e College, Pullman, March 30.--Gonzaga of Spokane, Bellevue and Presser oallected top state honors at the Washington debate tournament at V.S.C. Friday and Saturday, March 27 and 28. Bellevue and Presser tied for first place in traditional debat- ing, while the Spokane school took lop cross questioning hon- o~. Rather than debating off the tie in traditional manner, Presser by agreement gets the first place cup, while Bellevue gets the State of Washington place in the national high school debate tournament coming at Denver, Colo., in June. Presser is also to asJk for a place in the national event, but will bow to Bellevue if only one spot is available. In the traditional debate field ~nly an alternate in its dislriet---upset the dope to climb into third place in a fast field. Colville colhected second place in cross questioning, with West Valley placing third. Four scholarships were given this year to outstanding indi- vidual debalers. Stan Burnett Bellevue, collects the room schol- arahip given by the WSC board of regents for one college se- mesler to the outstanding senior man while JoAnn LaCasse, Pros- ~r, is entitled to the matching! lot senior girls. Second among! senior men was a~e between Howard Engle, Clarkston, and Nell Munsen, Port Orchard. Jacky Stone ~ Marycliff, Spokane, .took second among senior girls, with third a four-way tie between Iola B)orn, Arlington; JoA~n Flare- manN. Mal:Vcliff; Mary Ann SehIoesslcr, Yakima, and Arlene Carl Mead. O University of Washington this year is celebrating its 50th anni- versaD' of intercollegiate row- ins. The Huskies' first race was on June 3, 1903, against Califor- nia at Seattle, with Washington winning by 3 lengths. Show Starts 7:15 p,m. Sat. mat. Z ~ Sun. Cont. from 5 p.m. T]S[Uo-FRI.-SAT. - - - APRIL 2-3-4 "HIGH NOON" Starring Gary Cooper ~ith Thomas Mitchell, Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado SUN.-I~ON. APRIL 5.6 "TO0 YOUNG T0 KISS" A Metro Goldwyn Mayer Picture Starring Jm~e Allyson and Van Johnson TUES.-WED. - APRIL 7-8 "NO Room FOR THE GROOM" A Universal-International Picture Starring Tony Curtis and Piper Lmtrie THU.-FBI.-SAT. - APRIL 9-10-11 "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS" A Walt Disney Production Co-Produced by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Color by Teehnicolor --Plus-- Gene Autry in "APACHE COUNTRY" TIIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURS., APRIL 2, 1953. W ;bA weather during February and I.^ [MEN'S DRESS SHOES--Values tolWANTED--Pasture for young i TURKEYS FOR uaL~ aavot March has delayed the grass avv ~at~; tu %,,l~L~|I~ $11.95---Your choice now $5.00] stock Phone 317W2 [ and toms oven ready tleavy frosts have occurred growth and pastures are advanc- _-~ ............. ~ I pr.-~-2 for$9.00." ,,~n~ t .................... ~ I Turkey Farm Phone the mornings of April 1st and ing slowly causing dairymen to]FOR SALE--1948 G.M.C. 1%-ton ~w~wc~ ~r.rl. ~l~K~ FOR SALE--1940 CHEV. Spec. __-U-=---_ ~----,-----~-----~ ~ 2nd, and some tender plants feed bay some finding it neces.' truck: 8.25 tires.all around: 2: COTTON YARDAGE--Sanforizedf Deluxe sedan Loaded with F~RolS2LE--~4~y1Prt~:' r " . !~. , . , speed axle ZD Ir oeG an(1 a ............ , ..... , ", " ha, e been nipped. However, fruit ~arb to p'urchase ha3. 1941 Che, 2 door'sedan deluxe percale prints--values to 59c-- extras. Good cndltin/ 71J1 E Korsboen R trees generallyarenotyet inl Alt~ .... ~. .... ...~ ~.~..~ ~. ..... ;" " . . , ,]reduced to 35c yd--3 yds fell throughout. Will trade for[ .................. ' ~,~..~ ~ ....... n ppy the last two days, warm we~[ of Lake Goodwm and ~] HA M "1~,~ To Coast .......... z ~unsnine uurin~ the day advano ~i o ,,ee ,h~ ~., ...... hi. E.. ~ DEPT. STORE I , / Mayo, Phone 454, A wFOl!_owmg an open wm er , tles the cause of Spring. Spencer. R. 1, E. Stanwood. I DON'T MISS IT, by all means!lMILL WOOD FOR SALE alder] ~KE SALE--April 4 t~SeaOpes~nat_ m~o-wWOUiO ~e] ...... o _ ~ .... I What? Well irs the big springt and maple. Contact ~Portagei Field Ins. Co. i)a - Y" p g'" 'or, t el _ use l~me.s ciass,~leo ads - rimes classified ads get re I sale now in it s second week at[ Creek Mill. Phone 1381 orJ Society. Church of , cKwara spring, cola well ~usy. eriecuve salesmen, suits Phone 493. COAST TO COAST [ 272W4. Also dry shavings. I Latter Day Saints. LARGE "AA" WHITE Cream o' The Crop. Every e g g gtmranteed fresh. Have plenty on hand for Easter. DOZ. LARGE "A" Breakfast Gems, strictly fresh. Duy plenty for Eas- ter dyeing. ,e Doz. Paas Egg Dye . . . pkg. 15c MAGAZINE NOW DN SALE America best magazine value, ONLY CRANBERRY ! Serve as a companion to your Easter meat. Colorful and appetizing. 16-0z. Can For The Easter Table NALLEY'S] FOR CHAB OR SHRIMP COCKTAIL. COCKTAIL SAUCE ...8-oz. Bottle 32 GIRARD'S, ADDS ZEST TO MANY SALADS. FRENCH DRESSING .. 6-oz. Bottle 23c DEL MONTE. CRISP, HOME STYLE. SWEET PICKLES ...... 24-oz, Jar 53c FOR ADDED FLAVOR TO YOUR EASTER MEATS. FRENCH'S MUSTARD . .9-oz. Jar 16 JULIENNA, FRENCH STYLE, YOUNG & TENDER, S & W Beans ........... 16-oz. Can 27C CROWN COLONY, PURE, HIGH GRADE BLACK PEPPER ....... 4-oz. Pkg. 69c 'CROWN COLONY, ADDS WONDERFUL FLAVOR TO ME~TS. OREGANO LEAVES .... -oz. Pkg. 9C Easter Dinner Wines Roma and Petri Port wine. Enjoy a glass at dinner. 5TH MANISCHEWITZ . . . 5th 1.28 Large size. Make appetizing stews or fry. Pt FRESH FROZEN, SWEET MEAT. Crab Meat ...4-oz pkg 49e FRESH FROZEN, for cocktails. Shrimp Meat 6-oz pkg 75 O 0 0 O 0 O 0 CENTER Lb. BLADE CUT, "CHOICE" OR "GOOD." ECONOMICAL. I.D. READY TO COOK, JUST STUFF AND ROAST. 12-16 LB. , , Lb. Wilson's, Armour's LAMB Rib Chops i U.S. 'Prime' or 'Choice' --Broil these for added flavor. SHOULDER ,arab Roast i iU.S, ~Prime' or 'Choice.' Square eut, serve with mint. jelly. U. S. "CHOICE" OR "GOOD." 7-INC~ CUT. BEEF RIB ROAST ............ lb. 65c u s cHoi GOOD SERVE BROILED 85 BEEF T-BONE STEAK ........ lb. C u s CHOICE' OR'GOOD TOP QUALI 69 BEEF SIRLOIN- STEAK ...... lb. C MANOR HOUSE, BREASTS,THIGHS, DRUMSTICKS. 1.19 CHICKEN PARTS ............ lb. NALLEY'S, CRISP, ADD VARIETy TO YOUR RELISHES. 16-Oz. Jar RIVER BRAND, FULLY'RIPENED FINE GRAINED. FORDELICIOUS SALADS. 29.Oz. Iar HIGHWAY, SERVE AS SALAD OR BAKED WITH HAM. PALMDALE, ALL PREPARED, TO COMPLETE YOUR EASTER FEAST. 20-Oz. Cmz CASCADE, RICH, SMOOTH, WIgLL SEASONED. GUARANTEED FRESH. U & I or C & H, HIGHLY REFINED, RICH FLAVOR. FOR HOLIDAY BAKING. 20-Oz. C~n' Quit 1-Lb. e Montrose, Grade'~':~ sweet cream, foil lb. wrapped cubes. Whipping Cream Lucerne, rich, thick and so deUeious with your Easter dessert. "all 33 ~' 63c Pint Pint MRS. WRIGHT'S White or wheat. The bread with the cake like texture. or Diamond F 14-16 lb. average Safeway guaranteeSi ham to cook tender and delicious, money back. Whole or shank half ....... : lb. SMALL SKINNED Diamond F, Wilson's, Ar- mour's Star or Rath's. lb. ~ 10-14 lb. average. Wilson's, easy to "pare. Just heat serve. No waste. 6-Lb. Can ..... BONELESS, CANNED, NO WASTE. Hormel's Hams so/,-Lb. Can MAKE SAFEWAY HEADQUARTER~ EASTER FLO~ Yes, we have a la tlon of Easter Lille lively priced. Do] the wife and mot Easter flowers at I~arge Daffodils .... 2 3-Bloom 4-Bloom ROXBURY ROXBURY, CANDY TREAT for YOUNG & JELLY BIRD EGGS ... l-lb. ROXBURY, DELIGHT YOUR CHILDREN., CHOCOLATE COVERED. MARSHMAL'W EGGS ROXBURY, ALWAYS A FAVORITE WITH JELLY BEANS ....... l-lb. ROXBURY. MELT-IN-YOUR-MOUTH CHOCOLATE DROPS. l-lb. ROXBURY. A WHOLESOME GOOD CANDY FOR AFTER DINNER. SWEDISH MINTS .... l-lb. FRESH, DELICIOUS, EVERYBODY LOV~ CRACKER JACKS .5 -oz. Fresh frozen. Fancy red ripe. ~erve Strawberry 12.Oz. Shortcake. Pkg. BLUE PLATE Shrimp Small size, for your dinner cocktail 5-Oz. Con CRISCO Shortening Smooth, pure, all vege- table, it's digestable. 3-Lb. 0 I['~ -" Con C DELRICH Margarine Colpred cubes for yo u r table or baking. '~ ,2/59C Karo Syrup For table or cooking. Eas- ily digested. Nutritious. .l%-Oz. Bottle .C U. S. No. 1. All spears. Finest grade at price. ]h Serve with all ki~:of meats, a,.,, ~RIDA RED B~ISSI U. S. NO. I. BEST QUALITY[ $.W3ouro~s ..... ~b.~/19c CELL T QUALITY. NEW SPRING CROP. FRESH LETTUCE .... each 9c RED RIPE FOR SLICING 'AND SALAD. IN HANDY CARTON. FRESH TOMATOES . . . ctn. 23c LARGE PREMIU1VI SIZES. FILLED WITH SWEET JUICE. ~,.O~!D~ 0R~NG~S . ~, . ,~. 10 COAC A. FINE QUALITY. IN HANDY MF.~I~ BAGS. GRAPEFRUIT .... 6 lb. bag 39c WASHINGTON KING ALFRED. BRING SPRING INTO YOUR HOME. LARGE DAFFODILS . . . doz. 2i25c X$ Ripe Fruit .... LB. RUTH ASHBROOK Brown 'n Serve They're pre - cooked, home made flavor.. '~" 25c of 8 RUTH ASHBROOK COTILLION, PARTY PACK. ASSORTED FLAVORS FANCY ICE eREAM .............. qt, PARTY PRIDE, FOR EASTER DESSERTS. Pineapple or ORANGE SHERBET .............. qt, BEL-AIR FRENCH CUT STYLE FOR EASTER DINNER. CUT GREEN BEANS ...... 10-oz. pkg. BEL-AIR. GRADE "A," Selected for fine. tender flavor FROZEN PEAS ............. 12-oz. pkg. ARMOUR'S. SEASONED WELL, FOR SANDWICHES. Hot Cross Buns Chopl ed H,_~m . . . . ooo"o' Delicious for your Easter din- ner. .. ~ BILTMORE, DELICATELY SEASONED WITH GARLIC; :,~, 30' ~!i~,~~Y~ ~:~:~:~::::~. ) .o~,~.s~ i Biltmore Tuna , , .~.o,. ~Ange.. ~! ~U~KET P~UCHE SMOOTH CREAMY FU~E EVER"' } l Food Cake Fudge Mix . . . . . ~V* Top with your favorite icing, or serve with ~ KR:S'I'~AZ, JUST MIX A2D BAKE POR YOUR EASTE~ i{ whipped cream, g-Oz.ca~e 45c II P,e,Crust M,x......o.. -,A~---~.~- ................ Prices effe~lv~l~riday and Saturday, April 3rd and 4th, KRE-MEL Subject to market changes and stock on hand. No sales Pie Filling Lemon flavored. Smooth, de- licious, economical.