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PAGE EIGItT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASItINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1953. 100 Per Cent Nylon club chair set. Bra~ % Q BURN HILL Goldsberry Johnson, Now is the time for that "big wide, wonderful world," "sweet girl graduate," routine. What be- comes of the sweet young men graduates--industry, service, col- lege? Whatever they do they have just reached a milestone for which they have been preparing 12 long years--2longer than they will prepare for any other goal, probably, and congratulations are the order of the day. We are proud of our Sandra. Sandra Parsons has won the $25 scholar- ship award given by the Busi- ness & Professional Womens Club in Arlington and a $10C scholarship awarded by the Elks. The B. P. O. E. Lqve five $16~; awards in the slate each year. This year two came to our county. Sandra Par'~on,; winning one an~l Norita Tveit of Arlington tteights tile olher, i.;ongr,t~u,~tions gu'ls. On hand to watch the exercises were Byron Parsons from Seattle Mrs. Myrtle Ambrose of Upper Preston, who returned home Sun- day, Mrs. Elsie Howell of Bell- ingham, who returned home Sat- urday, and Mrs. Marion Hammer and daughter Virginia who came lrom Seattle just for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske were happily surprised Wednes- day evening when Mr. and Mrs. injured. They are caring for himIPaul Fenner was feted on his 4thlguests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W.C. Sudds was a week-end ...... and his owner may have him by lbirthday. Present for the occas- Amundson ,,Saturday evening!guest of the Estle Sundquists. |00 Late to ClassRy callin~ for him He is a brown ion were Mrs. ~,enneth Fenner~nnrlngoomwr:an(~mrs-Lloyi ~ ~ 7---~------- - " ........... Amundson for their bir~hda"s The male members of the ram-5 c ...... ~,.~,~ ,,,hlt,~ ~h,~ )~i.,~n ,~,,niana cnnoren t-aul Kussell and . . Y I ............ u. II. Prlgloalre, gooG operat- a .......... s ..... - ........ v'~VIJoan of Lak" et'-vens a~r ~'en which were the 29th and 30th lily went nsning, mr. an(] mrs ....................... ,~,m~ t i ~ ~: *J (:: . lv , g - . " lllg UUIIUItlOII ~)~ OU COlllp.vtv a nut half grown of the pla n- Aft r inner r u of f d .... ' I ner is in Alaska Mrs Arthus e d a g o p rlens IClarence Lind and Miss Betty u ....~ ....... A,~,~*,~, dog variety. IMakus with Bobb'vand Bud ofcame in for an evening of fun.,,,..~ ..................... , ...... z ....... z ....... b ..... Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert.Makus en. Seattle Mr Makus~is also in Al-[Ardell Amundson spent Satur- ~ .... . ~*'~'~. ~ ..... u a~. cv~mnfi!~__ ertained her parents, Mr. andlaska And t'heG Makuschildren, lday witW~the Kenneth Johnsonstgues[s o t vir. ann mrs. LsuelWANTED, good used Electric Mrs Orville Burrus of Granite ~'/ L ,, ~ " ~ ,in Fortson where she lent a hand Sunaquis~ r ~ " -" ~, ,~ .~ .7 ....... ,JerL,, arr~, an,. Pamela andt , , , ~ anses. Will side sood trad~ on cans at omner ~unoay: JonnnYlaohnny Burrus. [papering a bedroom. [ Mrs. Oscar Southermark hasl brand new Frigidaire Range. tMurrus expecis ~o speno lne sum- He ' ....... ,~. t*.. ~.:L- .... m*. ........ I Mr. and Mrs. John Amundson,! Norman Extrom of Granite[returned to the hospital in Se-I nry Murray, Arhngton. , ~estive doings at the Makus homeiwith Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Chris-]Falls visited the John Amund-tdro-Woolley. She had been verY lGARAGE for rent Phone 81o be- Saturday evening when young tenson of Everett were dinner sons Thursday. ill for the past week. fore noon or after6 p. m. colors, latest style] struetion, 5-year gut real bargain~ $199.~ Henry Murray, Arl~ WE TRADE Refrigerat~ washers and furnit~ for good deal. Arlington. FOR SALE--Six ing hay. Phone p Rippon CAMPBELL'S, FOR SOUP, SAUCE OR INGREDIENT. FRIDAY, JUNE 5th " Through THURSDAY, JUNE llth DOZEN 1.15 BIG COFFEE BUYS ill For Those Who Enjoy a Really Good Cup of Wm. Kahler and Mr. and Mrs. 101/2_0Z. Bill Tveit, who were unable to attend their recent anniversary~ Can 1-Lb. 2-Lb. party, came in with a beautiful-] Can Can ly decorated cake in the shape[ Oatmeal, Cocoanut, Crisp, ,, Lemon Bars. Sugar, Iced TASTE TELLS. FOR YOUR SUMMER PICNICS. DOZEN 1.19 of two bells and a very clever[ Spiced. Stock up now. gift' a glass cmpte' bnbn'l OO~UN!~Y~oMk t} lie. @, ow..o, o, etc. dish, on a lovely silver stand.l The dish can be removed to leave[ 14-Oz,~)~ .. 15-0g. ~ Delicious Rich, Mellow Blend. Regular o~ an attractive candleholder of1 Pkg. /--~ Can simple classic beauty. [ * 1-Lb. ~f.~_ 2-Lb. ~ K~' 4-Lb. Mr. and Mrs. Damaske motor-[ Can (..~$J~ Can 1~ Can ed to Snohomish Sunday to spendI H WHOLE ERNEL STYLE. DOZEN 1.15 the day with their friends, Mr.] "F ~|| "| iKernel 3/ and Mrs. Mel Cottrell. Mr. andl FRANCO-AMERICAN -------- DOG FOOD BUYS --" Mrs. Cottrelt are the parents of, .a.Ue,,; 8.oz. Sis. Dale, who was a house guestI i Can For Glossy Coats, Happy Dispositions. l of the Damaskes last ali andl Friskies Dog Food 16-oz. can made many friends here. ] The perfect quick - and- oR L TE EVENING SNACKS. FAVORITE WITH EVERYONE. Mrs. Cecil Preston has just re-[ hearty main dish. Ready to Made With Lean, Red Meat. l turned from a visit to her daugh- serVe.Can H.)rn.el Pi! l:; F.. el ParKen'L'Ratin" Food .... 16-oz.16.oz.Can ter, Mrs.tlerbert Howard. The] Dog , . . $1.49 . I 14-0z. Howards reside at Springfield,l IO/=-Oz. Jar swiws. Complete NutrlUon. Ore. Sheaccompanied Mr. and~ Mrs. Rick Preston and baby! /--~''-~e.~ uuog . . . can daughter. Rick is on furlough. ] CHUNK STYLE FOR SALADS, SANDWICHES AND CASSEROLE DISHES. High in Protein, Low in Price. Hans Sinn of Jordan road, was~ a Monday evening guest of Mr.[ ~'Nip n Tuck 15 -oz. can" ' and Mrs. Gust Zaretzke. " [ DALEWOOD 61/ ,- .... Mrs. O. C. Robinson is getting around again from her recent ill. CaR GARDENSIDE ness. Around home that is. N~r. and Mrs. M. V. Robinson of Se- attle visiled with her last week Mrs. Hugh Putnam of Lake We- natchee was an over-Wednesday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Steckelberg. Thursday she call- ed on the Gilbert Makuss. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Russell picked up a dog on the Burn hill canyon road Tuesday evening that had either been struck by a car or had fallen or jumped from a car as his hind quarters were Yellow Cubes. For cooking, baking, and table. Always fresh at Safeway. DIAMOND Stock up now at this new low price. Keep plenty on hand. Ctn. 2/25 of 50 II I' RATIFS Delicious fried with eggs, or slice for sandwiches and co!d meat plates. Con O~'~ PIEDMONT. DELICIOUS FOR YOUR SALAD. VERY SMOOTH. --Better see our constantly growing stock of newest styles and finis ies. --Better than city prices--- - Easy terms' "TASTE TELLS. SPICY FLAVOR. RICH AND THICK. Quart Jar } DOZEN 1.49 TASTE TELLS. DELICIOUS ZIPPY SAUCE: ~: Oregon. Whole and Unpltted. 14-0z. Bottle p, DOZEN 79c 8.Oz. Can DOWN 1.69 Rosedale, Yellow Halves. DOZEN 3.19 Purple Plums 7'/$1. Cling Peaches 27c " Lakemead. Smooth Consistency. DOZEN 1.69 Sunny Dawn. Matchless Flavor. DOZEN 2.25 A . o .,o. o/29: T 4, ou.= ppm aauce . co. " gc omato Juice . C.n 19c Real Gold, Concentrated. Makes One Quart. I~OZ. 1,.59 Coeur d'Alene. Delicious on Toast. . 6-Oz. 26 Ounce Orange Base := 2/27c Apple Butter 25c Westfain Unsweetened. Chill and Serve. DOZ. 2.95 P~ince Paul, Packed In Pure Olive Oil. DOZ. 2.95 r~ I 24-Oz. 41{~1 a/4- Oz. urape jmce . Bottle ~]~--. Sardines . 3 Cans 4/$1. Garnet. Sweet and Tender. DOZ. 1.29 Royal Satin. For the Pie Crust That Never Fails. 1"~. / n . 16-Oz. I'~/ele]~ll.~ i. ~*" 3-Pound vlceo neea con ,,-or.enlns c= 75c Delicious h o t or cold. Adds color to plain dishes. No. 21/~ DOZEN 2.35 Can SLICED Highway half slic- es. Serve with cot- tage cheese as sal- ad. DOZEN $2.95 No. 21/z Can HIGHWAY Sweet and tender. Try cold in a veg- etable salad. DOZEN $1.49 17-Oz. C~n HENRY MURRAY A rlin l on MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAJ~~AND SATURDAY ONLY CERTI-FRE~H, PAN READY. SERVE IN YOUR FAVORITE STYLE. FRESH, TENDER, WHITE FISH. SERVE WITH TARTAR SAUCE. Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.~ THU~S,.FRI.-SAT. - JUNE 4-5-6 Stirring Tale of Brave Pioneers in the Untamed West "THE BIG SKY" ~t~k Douglas . Elizabeth SLICED BEEF LIVER Very tender, an economy meat. Fry with bacon. lb 49c U,S. "Choice" or "Good." Thicl~ cut. ' Beef T-Bone Steak GOe O~ U.S. "Choice" or "Good." Boneless. Beef Round Steak .... lb. $ e U.S. "Cholce" or. "Good." Blade cut. 45~ Beef Pot Roast ....... lb. North Star. Whole or Shank 12-14 lb. Skinned Hams ....... lb. UOc SUN.-MON. - ..... JUNE 7-8 v.s. "choice" or "Good." Tender Veal RIB or ~r~ "THE LAS VEGAS Vea! Loin Chops BACON STORY" u.s. 'Choice' or 'Good.' Serve bread'd 1~~c Dramatic Feature with Veal Shoulder Steak . .lb. UO Piece Bacon, 6-10 lb. U.S. 'Choice' or 'Good.' Tender. ~'g*~e Sides---or ]me Russell - Victor M~ture Veal Shoulder Roast . .lb. Sliced Bacon, Armour's ' ' U.S. 'Choice' or 'Good.' , i=Firtc Brand. "tUES.-WED ..... JUNE 9.: Veal Sirloin Steak .... lb: , S.spense in Gold Rush Days Snced, Tender. Eats Like Ham. If~ltc lh 59c "OUTCASTS OF Canad. Back Bacon lb. OO BEL-AIB Regular or French style. Stock your freez- er now with these favorite vegetables. 10-0z. Pkg. LAC MIX ere Makes 5 quarts of non-fat milk for less than 7c a quart. PLUMP, TENDER AND JUICY RIPE. DEEP RED COL~)R. U. S. NO. 1, SIZE A, WHITE SHAFTER. SMOOTH, BRIGHT. LARQE SIZE, SWEET, THICK MEATED 3-Lb. ,C Pkg. EMPRESS TENDER, WELL FILLED EARS. FINEST QUALITY! Lb. Large Ears FRESH, LOCAL GROWN, SEHVE BUTTERED. Whole red-ripe berries. Stock up now at this low price. Bunch 2-Lb.--.~, if~_ If~if, . ASSORTED FLAVORS FOR COOL DRINKS. . lavor " F Aid 4/15c Fine quali> medium.size,Tender, local crop. C1, crop. A real money-savlng value. } leaves, stems remove( SWIFT'S. LEAN MEATS, EASILY DIGitiZED. $ ~,/~.o.. lb5c i Bag 17c" Cello INhy Meats... c= 21c PRODUCE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Anne B~xter. Dale Robe~oa BON AMI CLEANSER.. 14-oz can 13c TOILET SOAP .... reg size 3/23c ilet S0 ! i FOR DISHES AND FINE FABRICS. FOR WASHES THAT SPARKLE ,CLEAN. Kind to a~]l types of skin. Luckies, Camels, J,,N, 1,,, VEL DETERGENT IS-oz. pkg. 31c 0XYDOL DETERGENT 19.oz. pkg 31c Mild lathe , and Pal Mall. a too Spectacular Technicolor Feature: C 2.13 of the Great Swamps PACKAGE OF FLOWER SEED IN GIANT SIZE, COMPLEXION SOAP. FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. , " .VRE or THE RINSO POWDE R . . . 46-oz. pkg. 55c PALMOLIVE SOAP . . reg me 3/23c = .......... ' WILDERNESS" ~oa WOODWORK, WALLS AND FLOORS. THE CHLOROPHYLL MAKES IT GREEN. " W~l~* Brennan- lean Pet.s SPIC'NSPAN : . . . l-lb. pkg. 2/49c PALMOLIVE SOAP . bath size 2/21c