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" ~ r O,) TttE ARLINGTON TIMES, AP LINGTON, WASttINGTON, TItURSI)AY, J [ 1!)53. PAGE THREE Growers Aug. 14 ;rowers of Snohomish reminded they are vote on the referendum Quotas. date has been set 14. Polling place in will be the ACP of- Bldg., Everett. ~can cast their ballot be- and 5 p.m. on that 9 whose acreage al- is over 15 acres of wheat in 1954 is eligible to this is a co~nmunity Y state,owives of wheat tare also eligible to vote. Will go into effect only of the'growers vot- an affirmative ballot. are approved, nation- acreage will be limited lion acres. Each grower a prorated share of the based on his the past two sea- cooperating growers within their market- will have an oppor- put their wheat in the loan at 90 per cent Non-cooperators who excess of their quotas a penalty of 45~ the excess on May 1, .~vent quotas fail to car- ment support rates will per cent of parity. Feat Pass most spec- wagons "The Cliff" on the ass in 1853--wilt be re. 31sV as part of the celebration at SORRY . . . NO REFUNDS NO RETURNS NO EXCHANGES ..... On Sale Goods 66 79 A tremendous bargain during this once. a-year sale of popular "'Strutwear" hose --Most weights and sizes. 0 " -~" Pr. 66 A few dresses we are tired of looking at-- so we are giving them away for only 00 Ea. 66 99 Also other brands in children's shoes and women's sandals. REG. $2.95. REG. $3.95. REG. $4c95. REG. $5.95. REG $6.95. REG. $7.95. Now $2.00 Now $3.00 Now $3.00 Now $4.00 Now$4.00 Now $5.00 66 9 Also "Quadriga" and "Fruit-of-the-Loom" ---Percales, rayons, gabardines---plalds-- taffetas. lilN l LR(.AI I,, .... 4 Yds. for i RA Y()NS ..... 3 Yds. J'or t t I,LAS .2 Yds. for GAt A R I)INI S Per Yd. $1.oo $1.oo $1.oo of honor will include of those who the trail on this first trip across Washing- there was a trail, also of the American PiG- Association, which is caravan trip across the hold their 1953 meet- ton. 36 wagons iw the 1853 train headed by but this year will be let down. fi}st time the scene re-enacted and probab- time. the wagon project it- and Mrs. C. J. Ros(. Mr. and Mrs. Clar and Mr. and Mrs. of Buckley. They have for some time and training a team of the descent. nearly 150 persons train and many of live in Wash- family groups meetings and it is hey will hold their year as part of the Naches Pass. newsreel men in the are planning to take as they recogmze raost spectacular single Northwest if not West- Television compan- on hand, to say noth- ~ular newspaper and lahotographers. Lynn Danielson, )ondent. Ular community meet- held Friday evening, p.m., at the Victoria the date. dinner guests at the home, Mr. and -of Arlington. The visitors were Mr. Carlson and chil- .nt, John Britston, of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and children of Seattle. guests at the Gustaf- Mr. and Mrs. Cal- Lake and Mr. and Lierope. Also, among the Gustafsons on Mrs. Bergstrom, of Engstrom, And Mrs. Oliver of Oso were itors at the Pigort -end guests were Mr. ort and children of Parkland wasi guest at the Pete Snar- visitors at the home were Mr. Isbinter of Innis- and on Sunday guests Alberta, were Oscar Tunis and guests at the Harry were Mr. and Mrs. -~lvoldsen and two Dakota and the of Everett. On Albert Hansens Phone 1344 CLEANERS for ind Cleaning OF MILL 1674 66( 99 and A once-a.year sale---Nylons and rayons-- All sizes available. ' UI We made a special purchase of discontinued patterns of one of America's foremost lines of clothing--Many of these are regularly $60.00--Cuff alterations included GROUP NO. 1 GROUP NO. 2 GROUP No. 3 Every Straw in the Store m Price FOR WOMEN REG. $59.95, ,00 FOR GIRLS REG. $2.98 WOMEN'S NYLON REG. $1.95 FOR MEN VALUES TO $4.95 $2,00 FOR BOYS ~VItlTE AND COLORS UI Only a few left, so hurry--broken sizes--regularly $10.95. 00 That famous brand you'll recognize at a glance---Fair trade laws prohibit our mentioning the name at these low prices--All must go-- Sizes 10 to 20, RE . $ .95 .............. ,,ow $4.00 REG. $4.95 .............. NOW $3.00 REG. $3.95'. ............. NOW $3.00 RE . ................ ,ow $2.00 9 A large group of summer tee shirts that must be moved to make room for our fall merchandise-- Values to S2.95. 00 \ FOR WOMEN Two famous names in Sportswear--Buy several and save---Reg. S2.95. 00 Im Close out numbers --- Just in time for Ba'ck-to-School--9 mos. to 14 yrs. 2ton s300 Striped and plaids -- Men's top quality sox--Stock up now and save-Values to 75c. J 3 PAIR ,00 Fine fur felts--Nationally known brands ---Broken sizes--Values to $12,50. , House dresses--wash frocks--sun dresses ---and better dresses---Sizes 9 to 50 and half sizes. t REG. $2.08, Now $2.00 REG. $39s, Now $3.00 REG. Now $4.00 REG. $7.95, Now $5.00 REG. $9.9u, Now $6.00 R'C..G: $14.95, Now $9.00 Only $2,00 down will hold any blanket or combination of blankets until Oct. lst--Stock up now and save! ' I 100 Virgin Wool $~.58 72x90 extra long. Mothproof t?OTTON--70x80--DOUBLE ........................... --i Pr for 5 years. Extra heavy. 51~, WOOL--70xS0--DOUBLE ....................... $4 Pr" 59' WOOL---72x84--DOUBLE ....................... $4'98 ,r" , $12.98 5:A, WOOL~--72x84--SINGLE ................. 2 for $7 6 ft. wide, 7 feet long Wide satin binding. \ co o. A.o $3.5s $4.98 Work shoes--dress shoes--close out num. bers reducedto clear REG $2250-- NOW $17.00 REG $1595-- Now $11.00 REG. $12.95- Now $8.00 REG. $10.95'- Now $6.00 REG. $9.95- Now $5.00 REG. $s.95- Now $4.00 {i