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PAGE TEN THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON', WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, JULY 9, 1953. % iva May Newkirk Passes in Seattle Mrs. iva May Newkirk, 64, of 1903 So. 138th St., Seattle, died Tuesday afternoon in a Seattle hospital, after a brief illness. Mrs. Newkirk was born in Grand Forks, No. Dak., Sept. 18, 1888, and came to Washington in 1908. She had lived in Arlington from 1937 until 1945, when she moved to Seattle. Surviving are two daughters, lVlrs. Betty Moran, Seattle; Mrs. Georgia Halley, ttot Springs, Mont., and six grandcilildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday at the chapel of Moll Funeral Home, Arlington, Rev. Morgan Peterson, of Bthel Temple, Seattle, officiating. Burial will be in the family plot in Arlington cemetery. Co. Agent Glees Whitewash Formula A good many inquiries are re- ceived at the County Agent's Of- fice regardin~ the making of whitewash. Whitewash is used for a number of purposes, such as the use on tree trunks, the use on buildings and on fences. Some-farm building interiors are covered with whitewash. The principal ingrediant in whitewash is lime. This is usual- ly made up in the form of a paste by using quicklime slacked with enough water to make a moder- ately stiff p~ste. This paste can be kept for~everal months in a loosely covered container. Twen- ty-five pound's of quicklime • lacked in 10 gallons of water Inquire HOMER DAVIDSON or MURPHY FEED CO. Phone 521 RUBBER STAMPS t~e lmle~ Ciassitle(~ Aas - ARLINGTON PTG. CO.. PH. 493 "efoetivo o,-’~,~nm,e~ LIBBY'S Libby's famous quality. fruits. Chill and serve. DOZEN Large 3.95 c= Diced will make approximately 8 gel- ~ Tvmmv,c Ions of paste. The paste should[| _ - ..... ~. . . | be strained through a fine sereen[| Tender and sweet, qthck pacKea| to remove lumps or foreign mat-]| Ior extra ienoerness. ~mCK up | ter, which will add greatly to thel| now. | smoothness of the whitewash. I I ~RFI:N Pl:Ag I If casein, trisodium phosphate[| v .......... I or formaldehyde are not alreadYl| r~,,~ ~ /~ | obtainable, casein glue may be] | ~'-'~,'~ ,. ~o h 1~| ! | " substituted for these three in-{| 1%|['~ *'"'" [[Jl--m I grediants in the proportion of 5] 1..,/tl Can Vl • pounds of the casein glue to 8 LIBBY'S Fruits, vegetables, cereals and soup. Every food baby needs. 41/2-Oz. Cans LIBBY'S Pear halves for salads and des- serts. In heavy syrup. m Large 21/2 Can mmI HILLSDALE Half slices. So delicious as salad or dessert. DOZEN gallons of lime paste. The.casein glue should be dissolved in water action, dilute to a thin consist- ency and mixed thoroughly with lime paste just before using. There are many whitewash formulas, ranging from those that contain only a few ingred- ients to those that contain sever- al. One or the simplist ones is to add 15 pounds of salt to 8 gallons of lime t~aste. Dissolve the salt in about 5 gallons of water and add this solution to the lime paste. Mix thoroughly and thin to the desired ~x~nsistency with fresh water. Another formula uses 121bs. of • all, 6 }bs. of powdered alum, 1 quart of molasses and 8 gallons of lime paste. Dissolve the salt and Mum in 4 gallons of hot water and then add the molasses. Add the c!ear solution to the lime paste, stirring vigorously, and then thin to the desired con- sistency. This formula produces a whitewash that has a yellow tinge when first api~lied. How- ever, this color disappears with- in a few days and a very white and durable coating results. There are many more formulas contained in the pamphlet, tin- titled, VChitewash, which may be obtained from the County Exten- sion OHice in the Federal Build- ing in Everett. ARNOLD Z. SMITH County Extension Agent Times clas,~ltled ~.,~. get re tults Phone 493. Dr. W. Glen Biihr OPTOMETRIST 310 Olympic Arlin.qton, Wash. - .O.RS. Phone 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Clo~ed Tuesdays 3131 J Evenings by Appointment r vL 7:!5 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.m. T/~J.-FRI.-SAT. - - JULY 9.10-11 Robert Taylor and Eleanor Parke~ in "ABOVE AND BEYOND" Large 2.95 2,./2 Can Perfectly Ripened for Best Flavor. ELBERTA ’ CARD OF THANKS Our hearfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and for the beautiful floral of- ferings and other kindnesses we are deeply~ grateful.---C. Hoidal family• o TWO TEENAGE girls available for baby sitting• Phone 2022. In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for WATERPROOFING WANTED -- RASPBERRY PICK- ERS. Phone 2641 Granite Falls, 1st house west from Rainbow trout farm. Juicy Well Filled Large Ears. Too Late to Classify FOR SALE--Salvage material in house recently gutted by fire. Make offer. L. Swanson, 251 Burke St. FOR SALE--'46 Buick Roadmast- er sedan; R. H. Very good con- dition. Phone 3422. FOR SALE--Electric range, '52 model; used very little, rea§on- able. Call 256W2. U PICK STRAWBERRIES, Marsh- alls; 10c lb.'Bring containers. Every day except Saturday. Lloyd Hartley, Arnot Road, R. 2, Arlington. Friday July lOth thru Thursday July 16th LIBBY'S. HEALTHFUL, FULL OF VITAMINS. LIBBY'S. SPICY FLAVOR, RICH SMOOTHNESS. LIBBY'S. DEEP BROWN. TENDER BEANS WITH LEAN PORK. LIBBY'S. MAKES IDEAL QUICK MEAL DISH. The Love Story Behind a Billion Dollar Secret GARDEN FRESH FLAVOR. TASTE THE D~FFERENCE. SUN.-MON. - - JULY 12-13 l~ris Day and Ray Bolger in Technicolor Musical "APRIL IN PARIS" TUES.WED. JULY 14-15 GzouCho Marx, Marie Wilson, Wm. Bendix in the Hilarious Comedy "A GIRL IN EVERY PORT" LIBBL'S. NATURAL FRESH FLAVOR. SERVE ANY TIME. LIBBY'S. WHOLE SEGMENTS. FOR SALA OR BREAKFAST FRUIT. LIBBY'S. SLICED OR HALVES. FOR DESSERTS, SALADS. FREESTONE 17-Lb. Box • Fancy wrap packed, Premium sizes. Ex- cellent for slicing and reasonable to process. POuB 10c • • lb. ~: • ql • Luscious Clusters From California Vineyards. THU]g.-FRI.-SAT. - JULY 16-17-18 Have Fun with Ccnry Grcmt, Marilyn~ Monroe and Ginger Rogers in "MONKEY BUSINESS" California US No. 1 Shafters. Finest Quality. WASHINGTON APRICOTS' Finest quality Moorparks, for eating and processing. The Apricot Harvest will peak this coming week, July 13th -July 20th. See Safeway for your Canning Requirements. We will have the very best quality and the lowest prices. AND SATURDAY ONLY SUNKIST Large juicy, Premium size. Refresh with Ice Cold Lemonade. Lb. / mmm~mm~l)UCE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY Real Roast. Children Love It. 12-Oz. Jar 37c PEANUT BUTTER, ,0o,,= 61c Vanilla or Chocolate. Delicious Frozen Dessert Mix. FROSTEE DESSERT 4-Oz. Pkg. Roman Meal. Serve g Hot Cereal for Breakfast. HOT CEREAL '8°' i i i Pl . Ruth Ashbrook. For Breakfasts, Snacks and Lunches. BBEAKFAST ROLLS ,~, BEL-Allq FROZEN LEMONADE F r e s h frozen lemonade with- out squeezing 12-Oz. 3 lc lemons. Try our Can new large size. Sunshine. Tiny Cheese Crackers. Nice ApPetizers. CHEEZITS ~°" n n u m Pkg. RIPPIN GOOD COOKIE SALE See the display of Rlppln .,,,..,, Cookies. A I ilZ-UZ. kinds. P I C k Pkg. your favorite. 46-Oz. • • can DOZEN 2.47 ’ AIRWAY DOZEN 1.95 14-Oz. • Bottle COFFEE EACH 10c 16-Oz. • Can M l 1 d, mellow blend. Sweet "-'Lb' 65 and full - flav- ma.. • ored. MAYDAY 16-Oz. • C=n DOZEN 3.19 SALAD 01L 46-Oz. Can Guaranteed to pletely neut~ral Bottle flavor. DOZEN 2.02 Jets-Rite. Powdered Pectin for Canning Jams, Jellies JECTIN 'O. n n n n Pkg. 17-Oz. Can Large • Cans DOZEN 3.11 ’ LIBBY'S. WHOLE PICKLES. CRI~P AND TENDER, m LIBBY'S. HOME-STYLE. SUPERB FLAVOR. LIBBY'S, SWEET,. DELICIOUSLY SPICED. • • • LIBBY'S SLICED. ECONOMICAL BUY IN DILLS. • • • LIBBY'S FANCY QUALITY, WITH PIMIENTOS. PLASTIC CUP Also Pineapple in reusable plastic refrigerator dishes. Pint HOMOGENIZED Enriched with Vitamin D. Bet- Half ter your milk buy. Gallon LIPTON'S Delicious brisk tea. Serve hot 1A Lb. or iced. Pkg. i i LIPTON°S So handy to use. Iced it's deli- pkg. cious and re- freshing, of 48 KITCHEN CRAFT Y Pro-fluffed, all purpose, 10e 10.Lb. 86c off on 5 lb. bag or larger. Bc~ H! Prices effective Friday and Saturday, July 10th and l lth, in Arlington. No sales to deal- ers. FOR SALE--Strawberry hallocks. Hunter & Son. Phone 95. 317J1. U PICK Strawberries, 10c lb. Bring WILL BUY Wild container. Herman Nelson, on huckleberries, salal Kackman road (east of Kack- der berries man place). Black Caps. LOST JUNE 26th at Timber Bowl FOR RENT--Furnished 15 Jewel wrist watch with in- room upstairs scription "To Alice from Moth- Working couple er and Dad." Reward. Alice/ $45. Call Arlington Skaglund, Route 3, Arlington. =~-~ ",~..-7T-~--7~ ~-7~,_. ~UK ~Ab~--aecent~y PICK YOURSELF--Marshall andI 2-bedroom house. Northwest, 10c lb. Bring con-] dining room, cabinet tainers. Joseph Bauer, turn leftIdinette; wired for first road past community hall heater, utility with going east, Arlington Heights basement, garag, road. Olympic. Phone L$BBY'S. FINE RED COLOR. TENDER AND RICH. HOUSE FOR RENT. Ca~ 16-Oz. • • • • Call LIBBY'S. IDEAL FOR CASSEROLE DISHES. 16-Oz. • • • Can LIBBY'S. UNSWEETENED. IDEAL FOR BREAKFAST. 46-Oz. • • Ca'T1 LIBBY'S WHOLE. FOR PICNICS AND SNACKS. 32-Oz. • • • • Jar LIBBY'S CRUSHED. FOR GELATIN DESSERTS OR SALAI~' 20-Oz. • • • • • Can LIBBY'.S PLUMP, MEATY. SUPERIOR FLAVOR, 3-Oz. • • • Bottle LIBBY'S. SERVE WITH CHOPPED PICKLES. 5x/a.Oz. Can LIBBY'S. MAKES MARVELOUS HORS D'OEUVERS. 3-Oz. Can LIBBY'S. PORK AND BEEF. DELICIOUSLY COMBINED. 4-Oz. Can LIBBY'S. EASY TO SLICE. IDEAL QUICK-DINNER DISI~. 12-Oz. Can LBBY'S.MAKES DELICIOUS SANDWICHF~. 7-Oz. Can 131/z-Oz. • Jar ’ LIBBY'S Tomato Juice Made of sun-ripened tomatoe Delicious served iced coiw Each 10c. 13I/~-OZ. CAN . . . UBBY'S Ripe. Olives 22-Oz. A very tempting relish • Jar nutritious food. 12-Oz. • Jar CAN .... . • 9-OUNCE 2-Oz. Jar SAFEWAY gUARAN EED ME, U. S. "Choice" or "Good." Broil and Serve With French Fries. Beef Sirloin Steak . • lb. . lb. Ground Fresh Daily. Safeway Quality. Special Low Price. Fresh Ground Beef . U. S. "Choice" or "Good." Boneless. Beef Round Steak lb. 77c U. S. "Choice" or "Good." Blade Cut Beef Pot Roast lb. 39c U. S. "Choice' or "Good." Serve Rare. BEEF T-BONE STEAl{ U. S. "Choice" or Cut to your ite thici