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19;)o. PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WAStt[NGTON, TIIURSI)AY, JUNE 25, ( "" 11 T^^ |,1~^ g^ Pl,,,~.~:I:,, FOR SALE--Rabbits, 2 does, one Enjoy an excellent meal justITEEN AGERS /I IUU ll~iltC I.U I.,ldl~ll~ bred, one buck; also double down the road on the Arling-I advantage of ot Dy /[ ...... rabbit hutch with wire bottom, ton cutoff--Table or counterl clearance of dJ oll --. ... .i P |1 FOR BOYS AND GIRLS--Famdus all $15. Phone 256W4. service, regular prices. Cedar-I age shoes at , U 1 1 ~mm t~.anun~nmne,, /I Buster Brown Shoes slashed in,~~~T~Z~-- crest Restaurant, open noonl HAM~ ~'R nlLL ,] price during the Summer Clear- 15PSIN/5,PL'I L)A!~LI~L, *~OUI!l ~amano 'til 9 Closed Men & Tues I-- t~range ~aluroay nlgm JuIy " " " FOR ALE t b! ance at ~ , . , ....... , S -- P ' ~ " I-tAMMI~WS I 4. Good music. Adm. $1.00. FOR SALE--Millwood, alder or kittens, Sealpoint- - -- 9 ........... I ,, GUERNSEY COW FOR SALE-- fir. ALso kiln dried shavings 309J1. Mrs Ben Je Murphy s Lead Darrmgton bed Evans Bests Lmdell EAT BETWEEN PARADES! I Mrs. Bessie McDonald R 4; fir sawdust Phone 247W2. I Arlington. , ,i ! [ lit ,/ ii .!! [ ! l~ , ! !~ ! [ Cafeteria style picni~ lunch. Con- Box 233 on Sunde road' ILJ~ie League WlUl marysvnle in rltcnlng DUel gregational Church, -July 4th, - ..................... ........ ";" ....... IN"S I I . ~. I 11:30-1:30 Complete lunch 55c. WANTED--Middle aged woman I~ ,41-x,-~- ,-~-~u~- a~u ~ I CITY FASTBALL STANDINGS n Bl~ Wes r, vans ace of Mur-u "off-- _2 ................. h .................. f I~V _ '-t / ~h-'_*.,,~-;~- ~,,~ ,,o , k~ ~12 d/lU HOlII~ llldLl~ Cett~e: Iur UUbeK~per. iylr~. 1!,. D. k~ay- ~*~ ~ Won Lost Pc t.I Won Lost Pct.it)h:;s mound corps, threw a two-I 1=~o 1,~r m,,,,,~ 1,~ i ~'~~s~l~'~?'~: l~urphy Feed ............. 4 1 .800]Darrington ................ 3 1 .7y~lhitter against Fowler Agency]-"~ - ........... -%U'~'" ---- t ~,~ ~1~~--::,~ ~nepard ~ervice ...... ,~ 1 .7aO}Marysville ................ 3 1 .7501 last night, to chalk up a neat 51Furnished Apartment for rent. WANTED--Good home for friend- i \k,~ ~ " I Fowler Agency ........ 2 3 -400lNaval Radio ............ 2 1 667 to2 victory, iris second of the sea-I Call 1642 after 8 p.m. ly dog, good watch dog, likes i :~~z.~l (l~l~ ArhngtonL & P ..... : 1 5 .167 ~hepard's ................ 1 2 .333 :on. Evans struck out nine and[~ children. Phone 193W5, or write ~"~.~11~ "7~#@H~ I ~kl~l~T' La~t_eW;~.ks~Res~u/;iS:gton L & P 41Ma :tk Y, Y n'Re ilits.0 4 .000 ~:l~ednth;f.b2~: tLindellhh~:edtFOsRleSALE;---~os~ea?lR.C~lV~Srlifgr p~~~~, i~ ~ ,It,, AMI~ I ~) ~:e:p~h~0F~r~le!i:!R2aLn& P 8 t ~i!i~gt:~di]0?;;?~lr~jR'iaRl?3s,9 Mee~i!~t~a~:tf ~Snhi~s~it:Se~t~i?~!/FORn~'ALE--Quick Meal oil range N~(!h:~itf?lsfRclbm2mTU:it~" !e!~ t "jTftl;;" L~II~~ Shepai'd's-Murphy:s (Rain) IN:xt ~,v~,~'~ c~,h~.a:~,, linen Glen Lawtv was the offen-/ --q-~'er3~good condition, reason-I gringcontainers g '[ Next WeeK's Scneome: I" ;J ~.o o~.,~.~:.~.~. -, I sive ~how for the winners col-~ aoie. Lall 2184 after ~ p.m.. or i____' .............. / Friday, June 26, Shepard vs./~t~soa.y, June on, aneparo s vs. ltacti~~ a double a single' and[ see at this address---139 Gif-.'FIVE-ROOM house for rent.] Murphy ~ ,.rrr.arrIn.grn ....... 0 .~ I the first bomerun of the seasor] ford. LaVern Teague. Phone 2641. t , , ~ " ! . . Monday, June 29, Arl. L & P vs.I ,,e~!~nes,~a~'~Ju,y .t,, ~viicKey r~Y-tin three trips Lawtv batted in] ard " 11 b ,~r iyl{Yvs rlll~ " " % Shep [ " o -, , four runs to practicallybeat .... , v Thursda5 Jul3 Shepard s vs / ..--- -~ .'' ' Naval Radio Fo ler's slnglehande , V ,l --. ~ / ~~ "~" Tuesda~ June 30 Murphy s. " ' ..... w " d ir~'l ' ~owmr , , , [ ~~ [Frey picked up both of the losePs[~,,, ........ ,~,~ ~ l~l~~]~ ,,,--,"~/_~r]~t~ - ~ ~ ~ ~, Wed_nesday. Jmy 1, l~owlcr vs. ,, u--~----~ Ihits. a pair of well tagged singles[ ~,~ ~"i,2~'~ IIt ~.~l' l~W~ll ~),~&i tl~ ~~ / ~ i Arl. L & P FO" 9 in the first and sixth frames. L,,~ ............. ~ , i Thursday, July2 Murphy vs. Mer s Rally - " ' " ....... ran-in [~(~~' L~'~'~k~k" ' m~~/l~~ /]~ i~rd~~f~~,~ I Shenard Ir~ lifo " rowters opened me see g I .IIL\~. ,~l~x.'~\kk\'~ "" -" ~ Jut 3 Mur)h ~ vs Arl Iror ~ln /the opening frame when Lindell! rr u ]bi, Y , [ 5 "I ....... ]was safe on a boot and cruised[ ~ I r~eld lo tour nits for the first]into second on a wild throw tel ~"~~\"~ ("- ~tA~~~ ~4~~U.~ ~ ~ l Friday July 3 Fowler vs. five innings bv Punky Parmen n ....... 1 n- Frev's~ ~ v o,. 11~ .... 1L__L I|T.__ 1~ e'ght runs in thefinal frame/l~ack in'their half of the first asl ~(~~::! ..... "~~'.~,,~'~~t~ /~eIIU~Cll ~i11~ to will a wire Little ~eague con./Andy gempf walked and wast ~::J.::~/:ii!~ .... ~~,---~~ -- -- -- . -- Itest Irom ~rlington L & P last/~ -cad at second b-" Flax Simon ~:~i~:, k" ~,~ '" " ...... I " /tOt Y ........... .'- , tc~ 'rre Brand A special !~:!}:::/?/:tiii:::t::ii::itt::}:i :~i~}:ti:?:iii:/{~iii::~:/?:ti i:::i}/i:~i}:tiiii!iii::i:::i!:::U~:!~ '" ~cond 5tralLght Monday by al0 to8 margin. The tacehi With two down Lay, t, ~~~ 0~_ "~at l~i~!~ili!i{i!iii~ii~iii!i1-~-_~~~:~a~ 'V-kin- advanta-e of ken ads Lumbermenouthlt, the winners10 doubled to center and the run co ..x ~; . . ~ " to u gnu rowmr s contrlouteo , ........................... ~ ..................... ~ enbaeh's six hithurling Vanee].ino' ...... .... ..... ....[counted. Murphy s counted the ~!iiiii i , '~j~ ~'~_~ , , - ' winning runs in the third wh tmnal value p s Ga den-- :::::::::::::?:~ ,~:~:::::~:~::::: ~:::::~::::::::: Holland s Shepard s Service nine ., . --, ::::::~ ........... ,::.:.... ............................... - by eleven walks lven u b " " '~" a ..... : :": ...... ::'::~:~":": ..... ~::::::":'~ ..... - " g P Y Bobby Buell walked to open tile ~ fresh sweet and tender. Now ~s ..................................................................................... b~unc~g b~rCpkh;n~Oe fyStwP~a;e pal.tree.libeler' tr~ho_went dow~L to inning Flax Simontacchi singled 2~d~2i~!~r ~!i~2ni ~ii~!! ~liii!i!!i!!::!iiii' him to third from .............................. : .................... ~ ................................ / in Arlington L P P 12 to 4 last - - [ . ::, .............. : .......................... ' re counted on an error Simontaeehf 10 0l. ......................... ~i .............. g bather won his first game of sea- , I", EH $1r " " " v,,z lf h .19 ..................... ........ Wednesday night Shepard s to - , ................................... ,:::::::, .................. ,,:,. f son although needing help m the - . ~ . ................................. , ....................... , ............. ef rd th Lure- . . tallied on Lawty s single. Mur ........................ .............. :::::::::::::::,::: ..... Into Gordon Sant o., e final inning I,~, ' ioorl the onnfo~t in the f" t II- ~h~d~edSdRao~eaf~sa~Xbd:wegrr~op~V2eilthBetho;eanmg sc~reds?lf:n~e~'nSl~a;~,nLEVwaty ~a~kteed wint2 ~Lut. ~ _ , raG.WAY WHOLE KERNEL. TENDER AND SWF-,m:. ~ ~EAL T~.~ ,he ;,~; ..... i,h , lin- do~,ble [counting on a pair of errors and]dells fast ones over the left cen- BEL-AIR FROZEN I l/ImhlMml net~an '",,-'*,':':"~-"~'~,r~,,r "~,,,,,s-,m~/three walks The L & P counted aJter field wall, the ball clearing . I Mk~km I'IliUPN 12 oz ~ue"'b'~ow. ;'s'~ngle~b'y Gary[~2rerstalwlYlFinas)Valnkd a22sUcblu~ibvYlLhe:e~riere~itdh plenstYx?t~ ~f:re~ I A/AN.dP~A | itLItlILL umm . . l l CCI~I' We|linen and a double by Ron . ' ~ P ..~ ..... ,~,~,iohod .r.,,nd a hair|singles by Gary Waugh, Darryllfor Fowler's with a walk, and L~IIIUIIUU~ i SO.,SA ANO DEFENDABLE ALEADERIN Q ALI," vAL= ....... Jensen and Larry Sandstrom this plus an error and Frey' of walks'cou"n'te'd)u'rm'ore runs.] . . .' , ,1 s. En o fresh 1 mona 1 I It II~ ~l~lAA1 IP -.- No less than seven of Shepard's~W~tl'~[w [unners owing p ickedlsingle netted a single tally,_bu~ in~ ~emons T~, thisdfeoW~hl~onSaq~eeZn I M,ln llEEIIF ~i~~ ~l" ~ - on oI me oases, t,eaaing 6 IOZ theraul was ut gown UiCKa ~, .3 I' ,:= nine collected two Mrs, with Mar- . . , . Y P q ~ ill| Idl ||IUltUIIUlB- Roll L. _- ~]__7~fl .._ .....Ulw!unm~i::g:yafi~n~:eudmn' :enodO/hati!~mte~Y'Fo:wyloht2g!n} the new 12 ounce can m the fifth Don Murray s nine Evans struck out the side ELICIOUS BAKINGS ON PACKAGE S~VE TIME & g " " s tier plus four errors running theP y .... 12.Oz I~ Pk . the loser s s~x hits. It was the ec- , : " ib n E ans " " " [ .......... 1 - "" ene-/ Llndell and G so v and "~ /'n~* c~ u# n UletlUIUn , , , g " " b h tauy to to z. Art t. naell opu end strmght win for Rosen ac T Simontacchi ,~n/L'~ ~ "[ ~ "~ w ..... W l--" '~a I I VAN CAMP'S WONDERFUL FOR PICNICS IDEAL FOR LUNCHES d me ~O ier sixth oy a King ~ - the lefthand~r walking three an ' o .... strikin- out three [ther followed with another walk ~ ~ h~hI/ fl I~IPIIIA A " ~and then Vir-il Frev lined a hit;~'~ ~r ..! ~ .llUl~ I ULIllII- 1%" =1 / ~?hort score: a~ ~, R H5.E2[io right wit~ Lindell scoring Ibvans tops ~,]me ~wards CofSee'~ rUlII DrRi18 .... ~g" L~ ........ 1 201 4 6 0/Ivan Molstad was safe on an er-l~ O.. / . Ar,. & ,- ........ oo . [ ........ ....... w,,h o.o Lea ue D[lcKers Win a Portabte Radio Enter the EdwardS:' cHm"s FROZEN READY TO POP IN OVEN AND BAKE IN ITS METAL PLATE. R Rosenbaeh and R. BaKer.' ............................. I o C~offee "Safe Drlv'ing'"Contest Get details" Sanieford and D. Jensen. !!own Albert Huff walkedto loadiWith the season a fourth over .... nipnn~rlm nlr~ a lsIad atl:our ~aieway ~o . [the sacks and t, rey._na Me-. _tWes Evans husky pitcher-first " n.~,il.nrm vlr_~ s.oz. ounted as r~enry t~loson OOUDIeU P1 ~.m #-~ z~r~ . Ic " " - baseman for Murphv's contin " .1-Lb Can ~/a'~ VlLi~I ILll /lll "e r IO right eenter Dug Hall ground-! in te "" '~ ' " Io tirow wneat I ..... ' ...... ues to dom a battlno statls- With Cou~n'~C ~a om ana rmlt scored on ine ........ : .... :--- "itless" last r-- --.. I I Snow tsar. ~trawb'~. Ch~c~lut~ Vail ~ r. tlCS.Uerspit~gutz~gat . r~ar. ~rawo ry, t;nocom~e, va, )Iav V, ith two down Gary Lud the week Evans still ~s topping ICE REA 1 Farmer Must Register bleeped a double to shor [ .... ".-- a" eien 6~ mark : I . ~ nlt[ers Wl[n n " " LaLa Sn(~hommh County farmers whoI ,eft and Gibson counted. L!ndelllslumping 092 points Evans al- ~E couP~ I ~ed. ~deal Topping for wish to gro~, some wheat for thinI LoIIo~ve(l wire a iine uoume Iso leads in runs scored with ten ~] .~ ~ ~ n,, I "APPLE ...20-oz. o$ year are asked to make tins re-l'morner run and _coreu on ~a- and runs batted in with eleven ---- qk.,liLlll l~l%t~.ll~ Cffrl L,~IL; quest kr,own to the County Corn-t~her's single; Frey ended the inn-IDarry1 Jensen Arlin~.ton L. & P: ~..~.~-,= : "~. ~'~--~" ~ I ......... mittee of the Agricultural Con- ing by" fouling out to. Jensen.]eatcher leads' in total hits with ~J~ t3N r0wartls t.0llee I ~' I ~ D~,/"~T A r , ,"_2"' servation Association, according[The losers came back in meIr!ten ancl times at bat with 21. _ . _ I Best ]~n~n~,~,a ~c | ml-19t.~lz'-ll_#" ,o~ . fo the word received at the coun-th~df of the sixth a,no ned the t i:I Shepard's leads the league in ~1~1~~ ..no-Y..,u,r~urc.nase. I~ |Foods~'ntayuu.a~c | t office ing run &t the plate Put couion t " ' " 3 8 n e E Y . . . team batting, hitting at a . 3 vs I This Diff rent asy SOuffl' Salad Farmers who have an estab [ ~olve the offerings of V~rgH Frey I clr" Mur"h'"s and Fowler s fo~ ~~enfia al ~ p~, La~.e I Canterbury Te " ', . ' - c IIIIILGI uu lished base, that is they have,.vho retired the final two hitters, low'with 295 and the L & P e"coup' ,o ,~ n o, 49c n ,. grown wheat in any one or all[ Gary Waugh led both teams inlsnuad traifs with a 225 average" ~ ~~e[~ ottfhe.r not good ~ I ~~ Qt. J~ ] It'~:a-;im;~" ~ - I -1 Use Lime Flavor to Be Sure of Success three of the years 1951, 1952, and hitting for the night, the ~um~er-: ............... "~in- over 300 ~ ~ Cash Valueo~/20thCent I~ | ~_ I _Get, at- half price, 1953, will have their acreage al-irnen's first sacker collecting two ~.e ,o o~ttte.t~ ,,t~ ~ ~ ' ~ i ~Tea Spoons for .,... ,,~ lotment established by that base,lsiIJgles and a double and being|are as renews. . .......... .. ~ , - . i ~(-Can-ter- _~_x_ o~ but those who did not grow} sate on the catcher's lnterIerenceI a~ rL t~. t~m.~v,i~~,~.~ v~ - | bury box top. ~ Ba~# wheat for any purpose duringlthe other time at bat. 5and-~W. Evans ............ 15 9 10 11 .600 ~~ those three years, and wish to dojstrom and Parmentier als~r had aiR" Baker .............. 11 6 4 6 .545 ~ . n / ~ ~rT~.d~, 1~ ~q~ ~[~ Ilk lr~ l~d~Ad sofdr1954, canapply, for a basetpair of safe blows for the losers.!G. Lawty .............. 15 8 6 8.533 1[ll ,lllkil,ll lll ~,~a-aaau~.~t~u, now. The application must be in Lud,wick and Frey paced the win-JR. Rosenbaeh ...... 8 4 5 1 .500 ~ ~ ~ II~ ![ l"~ ![ -.1 l l 1 ~ Save 8c on your next purchase the county office, at 205 Fecerald ners attack with two hits apiece.[D. Jensen ........... 9110 8 7 476 ~ ~ ~t /~ ~ ~ [/ / ... "~r'~t~'l t'araae,- " 4c on Large Size Bldg., Everett, on or~efore June] Short score: R H EIV" Frey~ .................. 17 8 3 4 .471 .... 1 l, 30th'to be conside~ccording[FowlerAgencyl00 108 10 9 9[D. Baker ................ 11 5 2 4 .45~ t/rAm tUl~tlllarh ~A~r'~ -- ~.~.~11~ " Lal~J~Size (~iant.: to the announcement just made Arlington L&P 101 1~1 8 10 75] D. Rosenbach ~.. 7 3 2 1 .429 VlI~AL n uLUgK nUAa| ,, Am t _ ~ -------------o~-------- Sather, Lindell (79, Frey ( )I G. Ludwick .......... 17 7 6 2 .412 U S Choice" or "Good "' Tender mad ~[). l~ ~ ~ ~;,)~ ~J~ and Gibson Parmentier and D !, ~---,-*--~ 15 6 3 3 400 "" " BIDS WANTED , ' 'i ~- ~,,u,~tau ............. uicv An inexpensive cut Serve for ~= ~ ~ ~ Bids will be opened by thelJensen. . [J. Tryon ........... -....11 4 3 4 .364Sundcrydinner. Town Council of tl~e Town of Arl-I------------~------------- !G. Waugh ............ 14 5 7 a .~o( ~ " " ;..,., ..... ~rnndav Jul,, 13th at 8~'~ n / / iT Simontacchi ..14 5 3 5 357 u.s. "CHOICE" or 'GOOD" FOR A Q~IICK MEAL " p. m.. 1953 to Cover the petroleum'J~-~vans9 ~osen~acn A. Kempf ............17 6 8 5 .353 ,,~,/ D'D "U~I~"~ IL ~"-- ~A ~ ~ J ~*'1" needs of the Town of Arlington T-l.- U..-I:-- 1 ^..! [D. Gibbons .......... 12 4 5 5 .333 yr. ]L lUU IIUI-O , . , IU,i)iIC ! ".dr Jr AV_- I for the ne:tt twelve months, lctl~t: I MII[Illl~ JIJ~d.U I H. Gibbons .......... 12 4 2 5 .333 VEAL "CI-IOICE" or "GOOD " SERVE BREADED ~ ~ v ~ Council reserves the right to re- Wes Evans of MurDhv Feed ]K. bather ............ 12 4 3 2 .333 .,..A,,.,, .~,.,. ------'- ---- " ~~1~~ 33 ~ ~'-----~ ject any and all bids. ,, an< Ron Rosenbach ace" south'!M. Lawt ............. 3 1 ~ ~ .L ~I'IUULI)I~K IEAKS. . . . lb.49c - lifor a "h f" U ..... W. L. MOORMAN, Town ClerK )aw of Shepard's Service lead~D. Enseiman ........ 3 1 0 ~ ~ us "CHOICE OR "GOOD' EASY TO C~w.VE ~nvar, ~rr~'p .~ t.;G n!a.:~, a mr....~. ~o. ,, ~. A ' " " " "" .................... W n n 1 o '- ~ ' , li L. ~anastrom ...... x~ b 6 a .ore as ea o ig t maa c can. Fin- hurling parade in Ar ng- . . Lb. rime., cla~.~Itled ads get ~e "on's Little League statistics in A, Lmdell ............ 16 VEAL LEG ROAST .... lb.65c et.nol, . U tult'~ Phone 493 ,ames up to June 23 Both hurl-[L. Bjorn ................ ~o ,,o o .due '---'CE ........ - ---- " . " ; . I:~ l~,~b;n 11"1 "21R f'l ~00 U, S. "GFIOI UI~ "~UOD." BREAST OR NECK CUTS ~ I k,~ ~rs ehalkeu up win numoer two --~-,,~.?,, ................. _ ............... " __ ~limi l'q~i ViS J~t,i For last week. Evans continues to ..... VEAL STEW MEAT ih 9{1,, in strikeouts lead the league " ............ "''-- " * " " *~" ~ Cut Melon SHOVEL DRAGLINI with 36 in 17 innings, more than BEEF BUYS Luscious red-ripe KlondYkes. or H~e Work Call S. V. LEDBETTER Phone 322W5 A* ttagtOh Until June 30 will completely insulate ceil- ing on average sized house, 1,000 square ft. Price including material and labor---lst quality material expertly applied. Let next winter's fuel saving pay for summer comfort. Low F,H.~ Pa2nmen~ If Desired Williamson Bros. Phone 309W2, R. 2, Box $16 (Burn Hill), Arlington ~wo an inning. Punky Parmen- tier gave up eleven walks in his ~ast contest for a sea~on total of eighteen, to take the lead in that dubious department. Gordon San- U.S. 'Chotce' or 'Good.' Blade cut. AIl~c Beef Pot Roast .... lb. '*O U.S. "Choice' or 'Good.' Trim'd. Beef: Rib Steaks ...lb.e LUNCH MEAT Olive, Pickle and Pimi- ento, Head Cheese, Be- Ideal for picnics and parties. Lb. 5iC Sweet vine-ripened. Thick meated. Pre- teford continues to be the work. Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 l~m U. S: 'Choice' or 'Good" Beef. 63e logna, and Veal Loaf. mium sizes horse of the leagl~e, seeing action Sirloin Steak .. :... lb. in four games and hurling a to- 47 tel of 1~ two-thirds innings. . JUNE 25.27 Perfectly Cured. Sweet, tender. ~'~c C Pitcher with one decision are 0orned Beef ....... lb. DO Lb. Large solid heads, excellent quality. Ea. as follows: "MILLION" DOLLAR ' SLICED I SNOW'S Fresh and crisp. . w, o.wi Msh i Cho e ------ - - - W. Evans .................... 2 0 36 R. Rosenbach ............ 2 0 11 A Technicolor Picture for the U rooms W Yellow Onions uli V. Frey ........................ 1 0 11 6 Whole Family with Sweet Spanish, fine for Creamy w :uther William . Vlclor Mature ceive I at no extra cost. l chowder. Everyone likes it. crop.First of the D.F" SimontacchiGibbons ................ .......... 1110206 ~ B in B. Buy 2 cans and re- | Condensed, truly delicious slicing. i G. Lawty ..................... 1 1 10 ~ - U IS-O=. 91"- lb 1. I K. bather .................... 1 " 1 9 * Bag ' G. Santeford ...... : ....... 1 2 2o 3 SUN.-MON. - JUNE 2S-2, Con" 3/66C .*C A. Lindell .................... 0 2 13 15 A Riof of Comedy in Technicolor P. Parmentier ............ 0 3 8 18 o "BELLES ON THEIR FOR SALE TOES" L~ ]emane Crain - Myrna Loy FOR SALE--Guernsey heifer will freshen 15th of July, two to freshen this.fall. Myron Stang, TI~ES.-WED. - JUNE 30-JULY l R. 4, 1 mile west, half mile no. "APAOHE WAR SMOKE' of Bryant. Suspense and Thrills With Gilbert Roland . Glenda Farrell FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Double Bill with a Fourth and Dunham Arlington, Washington Real Life Adventure in A Branch O! The Mother Church, The First Church of C~nrist, ScientiSt, '' UNDER THE RED SEA" In Boston, Massaehuett~. SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................................................... I1 A.M. s~aY S~RVtCE ................................................................... H_A.M. THURS.-FRI.-SAT. - JULY 2-3-4 Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading Room: Church edifice--open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 to 7:45 "THE LUSTY MEN" Redeem Your Coupons SHOR~ENI/~G FOR ALL COOKING AND BAKINO. Coupon Worth 5c on Purchase of 1 Large Pkg. IVORY FLAKES . -, . 1-oz. pkg. 29c Snowdrift.... coo Coupon Worth 10c on 1 Giant Size or 2 Large. N VOR DUZ POWDER . . 51-oz. Pkg. 69c ssonI b if i Worth 8c on 2 Bath Size or 3 Regular Size. s QL CAMAY SOAP , . . Reg Size 3/23c T.E OAMtNG ACTION CL NSE . oo o, our, -- o** or Aj TIDE POWDER .... 19oz.- Pkg. 31c ax Cleanser % Sunshine. Tiny Cheese Crackers. 1~c Cheezits .... @" Pkg. Ostr6m. Pieces and stems 31e Mushrooms . 4-oz. Can Nalley's. Quick-Meal Dish. ~d~c Spagh. & MeatCa.'5"Oz" p.m. excepting legal holidltys. All are cordially in~lt~l to attend the~ Aerowax. Self-polishing. 65' services, and to make free tree Of the P.~adlng Roo2n. Exciting Action Starring Liquid Wax Qt. Can C'trtistl~n Science prograras from The Mother' Church in Boston are now Su{~rl Hm/ward, Robe. Mitchum Economical. Stock up 2/25c l~roadcast Sunday morning at 9 o'cloCk from Station KJR, Seattle. Chif. Tissue Roll . I CHEER. FOR CLOTHES AND ,HANDS. Soft, pure, high qualitY. 4/39c Detergent Comf. Tissue aoll 21.oz. Colored, distinctive s s Pkg- bathroom tisaue 4/33 Zee Tissue.. Roll Conven,eat, economical. 2/37e Zee Towels . Roll Save linens and laundry Zee Napkins 2/25e Zee. Lge. elothollke text. Din.' N.Im Pkg" 2/2T _.a,.__ of Prices effectiye Friday apd Saturday, June 26th No sales to d~alt~'~. and 27th i~ :, L " .