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PAGE EIGIIT have arge, add , would have water for weight and could be drained for moving pur- poses. "The only thing stopping me," he said, "is the fact that I would have to double my trac- tor power." Fred is a spry 80 odd years young and being a farmer! that wants grass growing under his feet instead of moss mighti be the man that will eventually get tl~e big one tie wants. * * * ! ENGINEERING: The SCS Engi- neers have worked up eight more jobs for river bank stabilization consisting of rock-riprap on the Gus Roetcisoender farm he pur- chased from Tony Honcoop; rock] rip-rap on the Ray Zachary place] above Tralton; diking for the[ Hat Slough group on the Warm] Beach road south of Stanwood;/ piling on Leque Island; rock rip-~ rap 1oi' Sam Hale on the Southl Fork near Granile Falls; rocki riprap for both Ray Miller andi G- M Vetter on the Pilchuck! near Snohomish and rock rip-l rap for Kelly and Cedergreen on the Sk~komi.~;h at Monroe. Tile SCS District has presented these projects to the State and County for their approval and the indi- cations rare that all stand a good: chance to be acce~ted. As these are approved they ~vill be put up for bid and handled much the same as was the job done earlier this spring for the Smoke! Brothers. SOIL CONSERVATION SILVANA ]] Too to ILl c'rro e s p ondent. BULLDOZING OR, CLEARING ~U|I-~ ;ONS AND DAUGHTERS Harry Christler MEET NEXT TUESDAY I Phone 2324 - Arling[on Arlington, Wash. ~, ~ .................. A-''~ ine ~ons of Norway and thel60 yards seed free chicken fertil- .~n~~,,~a *~-a Daughters of Norway will holdIizer" make offer. Orrin Under- a~,,-rr~r,r~n~ their regular business meetings wool R 5 Arlington; Phone tContinued from Page 1) 'on Tuesday evening, Aug. 4, at] Marysvilie 5188. " ing much better, ttowever he still 8i1:5 .promptly in Vikin.g hall:l~--2k--2~ ,'T-~-=--:--~-----2T2~. is unable to get on his fields as i nls is an lmportam meeting andtt~di lv iooel A .vora }or sale. ~ui early in the sorin~ as he would an members are requested to at-t bou[n ulympm, Arnngion. like'a]thou2h~ he has ex"erienced tend. Refreshments will be servedl --~~ . v WILL GI~ E AWAY full blooded and a social time will follow , considerable improvement since [ bl.o ~rr~v P~r~i~n ran|hoe o~t he started using the implement ~-- ~n~ ~-"~ ...... ": ....... '~ .... ~ATTEND 4 H CAMP I : 1 four long-haired kittens in the fall as well as in the l " I -. : ..... " ivirs. Leonard r~ayoen vnone spring. It does its best work when [ AT DECEPTION PASS 9,,11 ' the ground is fairly dry, he David Schroedl, Donald Brek- - .... --~ states, hus, Dennis Erickson. Mike tar- FOR SALE--Pickuo, fair condi- Does Fred have a name for this son and Warren Beaty attended lion, $150. W D.'Willey Phone ~ad~et9 If so he did not tell us the 4-H camp last week at Decep-I 1604, or 5th and McLeod Ar- I~ looks like a pasture porcupine tion Pass. Instructive recreation[ lington. or could be appropriately calledland programs were e!~joyed bs'[~----'------Z~~- Pautu " g" ss the youngsters oo[n ouring tne ~wo z-monTflS-Ol(1 terrier pup a ......re Jennerlzer. Re. ardle~ - . . . " of name it consists of a steel cv-lday and evening. On Saturdax pies to give away, one male ...... " ' ~ "~ - " cr * linder 2.5 feet in diameter and e~enln,,, Mr. and Mrs. Cai'stonJ and one female. Phone 303J4. o~ ,....+ p.n,~ filled with concrete /Larsen and family and Mr and .~.~. .-U7~-7---"~.-- ~o *~=~-t u .~ '! ....... t h ~ ~' "'X IWAINIEA3 -- Housework l:'none A steel shaft runs~ through the] tvtrs... ,~r)ert. ~re.;, u~ .... anti xarm~.~ 8634 center for the axel The chlsell . . . I ..... vmded tllelr boys at camp The " ' - r e t i the children all returne ~ to their hke spikes a e -m)eddcd n I .... ~ .. [ NOTICE ~concrete and run all the way to~.nmes on bunaa~, lwo ~,rey-[ The dental office of Dr. Ilene a nound ou~es transported the the axle. They protrude in a st g-I . ~ - ~ " " ~- ; . , I Snyder will be closed from Thurs- voungsters I r o mbnoi2omlsn gored pattern and extend out/* . . ~_ I day, July 30 to August 11. from the surface about 6.5 inch-/CUmY ~o rne camp. I DR. ILENE SNYDER. es These are made out of the/ ........ - - : ", ,, -;-',~ w~n .... ~,~/4 H FAIR AUGUST 15 IWe trade refrigerators--EXTRA iougAes[ s[eel tnat .,~,, ..~,o -~,.,~ " .... GOOD DEAL NOW We need to obtain, and set at an angle so[ The annual 4-H Club Fair will[ - s - " " --" " good u eo relrlgerarors Ior that thev contact the ground in] be held at the localschool _ _ ,~ _ ..... " " ro n oeaen homes ete--~ow ~s me front they penetrate stralghtlR u ds on Saturday, Aug. 15th.I ..... '., ~" .... The me " ~ ' rune ~o ~raoe Ina~ mo small COX down Then as the rblter move, ] mbers of the Council are[ ........... forward the spikes gouge a 4-inch busy making plans and this one ior a orano new xu~6 b~rt.gla- alre henry lviurrav Arnng slot and as they come to the sur- promises to be outstanding. The +,,,, "-- -' face from the rear they exert a boys and girls are also busy tom- '"'"_. lifting effect which gives a per-tpleting their exhibits. Refresh-IMaytag Elec. Washer--Very good son walking back of it the feel-lments will be served during theI condition--wringer like new-- ing he is walking on a nice rug. day and also the evening s pro-[ $79.50 complete.--Henry Mur- ,,,,,..,,, ~,_+ ..... ~, ..... i~ Wren ,, gram'will be'well worth attend- ray, Arlington IIUW tllat ,,,VUU llO.yr,. t, .t u~ . *~. -i ~ . ~ I ,------_~.__ _- ..... t~ .....-- we asked "are you satisfied with lng. lxeep [ne (]a~e In mlno. I Anex Electric Washer--Looks it? .... Well," he said, "I would ............ ~ t "like new--late model--N69.50 wice as lar e ,,,,--~,,,~., r,,~.x like to have one t g F~,lt ~,EWLYWED~ I complete. Henry Murray Ar- It would be 5 feet long, 5 feet in ~ a~ ~ ] linot~n ' diameter -and have 10 inch Viking Hall was the sceneof ---U~" ..... ------~------------ -- in a Weddm Part last a r I We trade Furniture--need good spikes. One this large, he th' ks, "" g y S tu day should be designed so that it evening, when members of the used tables, chairs, bed springs, Sons of Norway entertained in etc.--good allowance and easy honor of the recent marriage of terms. Henry Murray, Arling- Mr. and Mrs. Old Sather, of Lake- ton. wood. The honored guests, rein- Br~~ tives and friends assembled in idare 7.7 Cu Ft. Size--5 year the upstairs hall, where a short warranty--all latest features-- program was conducted with C. very best quality--N199.95 eom- It. Rod toastmasteL Two vocal plete. Henry Murray, Arling- numbers were sung by Mr. Od-ton var Elshaug, accompanied on the ~--fi'~r piano by Mrs. C. H. Rod and Mr. Thoralf Storvik and his daughter early. J. R. Puckett, Ph. 3080, Liv, danced two Norwegian Folk Marysville. dances. They were attired in their For--sale--or T ttleT;45 "Norwegian national costumes. GMC 6x6 with logging bunks The dining room was beautifully and 8.25 tires; 21,000 miles. decorated with arrangements ofPhone 252J3. rammer flowers, The wedding 3arty was seated at a T-shaped table centered with a lovely wed- Sampson's Barber Shop will be ding cake. The remaining guests closed from August 10th thru were served buffet style. Mrs. 15, for repairs. 3eatrice Rod extended congratu: I4oi~ein--Co~or~e---t-o lations on behalf of the Daugh- freshen in oSepV. Phone 47J'4. ors of Norway and Clifford Rod Philip Johnson, Kent's Prairie. represented the Sons of Norway El--~e-rly la~Y-wwa~s~p~ng and also presented the couple with a gift from their friends, for an elderly person. Phone Eoth responded with words of ap- 2682, prcciation for the party. Dancing concluded the evening. Mrs. Hilton, upstairs in the Or- MR. AND MRS. J~N BREKHUS villeGilman.Thomas residence, 104 ,O o Micky s Down Navy In Close Game In a fa~t game last week Micky's nine shut out the Navy fast ball team by a 2 to 0 score, the Ryan crew garnering six'hits: to the Navy's 4. Inman pitching for the Micky- men walked but two men and struck out two, while Nicholson walked five and struck out two. o CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sfmpathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, and Memoriam dona- tions we are deeply grateful.-- Marie Fjarl~e and family. Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.m. THU.-FRI,-SAT. JU. 30-31, AUG. 1 Red Skelton in "THE CLOWN" Red's Greatest Role SUN.-MON. - ..... AUG. 2-3 Danny Thomas and Peggy Lee in Technicolor Musical "THE JAZZ SINGER" TUES.-WED. AUG. 4-5 --Double Bill-- Mark Stevens - Angola Lcmsbury in "MUTINY' Color by Technicolor Plus Tim Holt in "OVERLAND TELEGRAPH" THU.-FRI.-SAT. - - - AUG. 6-7-8 A Riotous Musical Rampage Deem Martin - Jerry Lewis in "THE STOOGE" THE ARLIN'GTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDNY, JULY .:20, 1953. Electric Washer--operating con- WANTED---Cook for small res- FOR SALE -- Guernsey - Jersey Just out of Service, dition- motor very good --- taurant. 5 day week.' Telephone heifer, will be fresh in short work of any kind; $17.50 complete Henry Murray, Marysville 5116. time. This is really a fine an- graduate 15hone 3 Arlington ~ mal. Pete De Grosse, Arlington ~'" ........ -- -~~ FOR SALE--14-ft. Chips plywood R. 4. Phone 249J1. FOR SALE OR TR 5 Cu. Ft. Frigidaire Refrigerator-- boat; custom-built trailer; 10 ~ hounds, male and sealed-in unit--runs like new-- h.p. Johnson outboard Ideal for Before you buy any rifle scope related; trade for very good condition--$7950bay. Call 1604, or contact W D. see tl~e Bushnell rifle scope at or any sporting complete--terms. Henry Mur- Willey, 5th and McLeod, Ar- Hammerly's Sport Store, 2 mi GroPer Smith, 3 ml ray, Arlington~ lington~ north of Marysville~ _ McMurray~ ~r~" 'Choice' or 'Good.' Broil, serve with French Fries. "Choic" or "Good." Blade cut. Very tender. ~ 1r BEEFR!BSTEAK. lb. 63c BEEF POT ROAST . lb.42c , ~i~ "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Cut to any thickness. "Choice" or 'Good." Dad really likes rib roast. ~li\ t i: T-BONE STEAK . lb. 85c BEEF RIB ROAST . lb. 65c "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Very tende/. Broil. Slices. Serve with onions or bacon strips. [ SIRLOIN STEAK . lb. 73cBEEF LIVER . . . lb. 39c !; , i:: "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Serve Swiss Steak. Safeway Quality. Ground fresh daily. ~ii I .~>.\) / :i ROUND STEAK.. lb. 79c GROUND BEEF . . lb. 39c /. il /i Ib,, / ill PICNICS II SPARERIBS /I TURKEYS i~ I Smoked. Short shank\ I ] Delicious for barbecu- | ] Ready to cook. Small " ~ ] 6-8 lb. average. ] J ing. 3-51b. average. | ] 10-12 lb. average. * ~ ~ ~k I . . lk /11,, II lb. 39c /I t lb. 57c ' X%l "" =" II """" J I " L E:, L; 0; ::;,2 ::I;;S ................................................................................................. .... Fmdy O _ Now on Sale .~--~.A. Y Y L,,~/J-I~.~-K.J ~J~..~-l-.~.~,.,g~,,M Can , ing articles featuring i ' STIL~ CHUNK STYLE. IDEAL FOR COOL SUMMER SALADS. ONLY ..................................... St -k t T 61/61/ C .. NUMADE aI 1s una...c= .., ,., a 1 Jl Send in jar collar Id "P12112 i"l !'~11 T'r[-~'~ for 5 piece Lazy Sue. .JL..JL %,,~ Ii 1 l_fl liAL i~ I~t./.L Pint KELLOGG'S. DELICIOUS ANY TIME OF THE DAY 39c c: -: y(mna jar collar ',1 ce Iazy Su t Lb. lllll Corn Flakes - ,I 12 Oz I AND Pkg." Flavor Aid 3/' 11 Fine granulated, ton State sugar. ] canning aru:l baking. Pkg. DEEPFRY. EXTRA TENDER AND TASTY. PLAIN OR SUGARED. [L 2.49 Fresh Donuts ,1 ,,,,,s,,,,,,,, . . . :a. Dainties COLGATE., CLEANS OURH AS IT CLEANS YOUR TEETH. Dainty chocolate chi Tooth Paste ',l cooking and baking. GizTt 6-Oz. -~r~ Pkg. I~C | I GELATINS OR PUDDINGS ASSORTED CER| 'l I . 11' 0 Pabhm ' Now at Safeway, this 3-Oz. riety of Pablum ce 'ca I ,,,. 3/23c icy, Rice, Oatmeal or Six flavors of gelatins and 8"Oz. four flavors of puddings. Pkg. e 50TH ANNIVERSARY AUG. 2 Friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Brekhus are invited to the Open Souse which will be held in the Social hail on Sunday afternoon between the hours of 2 and 5, in honor of their 50th Wedding An- niversary. MOTOR VACATION Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grimm en- joyed a two weeks vacation by motoring to Great Falls and Belts, Mont., where they visited with an aunt Of Mrs. Grimm. Mr E.J. Marquardt, who is Mrs. Grimm's father motored from North Dakota and also visited with the Grimms. They all had a pleasant time visiting and sighG -doing. On their return trip home Mr. and Mrs. Grimm and son Tommy, stopped at Glacier Na- i tional Park and several other .scenic spots along the way. They visited with friends in Idaho and Spokane APPLIANCE REPAIR For general appliance repair and oil heater service, call Winkes Hardware. Phone 643. F--dg~W-0"o f Arlington, 3-bedroom house, 10.acre farm. Occupy immedi- ately. Call W. C. 1167 Stanwood. G o--L-DE.N-C-O-C-K-ER-PU ~ sale, $10. Phone 309J1 Th--~follo~v~~ Beginning Monday, Aug 3 Except Friday Evening afld Sat. urday: 1 Monarch wood range. 1 White Enameled wood and oil range. 1 Oil Circulating Heater 1 Wood-circulating heater. ~ Gibson R~efrigerator. Davenport and Chair. 1 Cream Separator. And Many Other Items. Wallpa- per 5--25c per double roll. LEWIS PEDERSEN One-third--mile south of Cedar- home Store. BALING--Our home work is done We are ready to bale for your. Valley Gem Farm. hone 54. LOS-gT----Hh-ff a2~ )-2; ~ i~-a-&les to a rubber "fold boat" near Lincoln bridge. Reward. No questions asked. Royal Hotel, Arlington Phone 2833. Part of Mt. Loop To Be Blacktopped Word from the Verlot Ranger Station states that the Mountain Loop road remains in good condi- tion. It is expected that during the next week crushed rock will be spread on that section Of the road from Red Bridge to Perry Creek preparatory to blacktop- ping,, the blacktopping operation :o drooped in the near future. " Reports on other roads in that area state that the Pilchuck Mt. dad is open to the Heather Lake :rail. Pilchuck slash areas closed to entry without-permit. Green Mt. road--best to use it on we~k- ends only, otherwise you might have logging truck interference. Benson Creek road goes to Can- yon Lake trail. Deer Creek road ---open to Deer Creek trail. o ~ELL IT--If you h~ve any artlel, of furnlture.~not in use, try i Times c|a,~sified ad Mrs. O. N Husby, Mrs. Mabel Stensen and Mrs. Anne Maur- stad all of Everett, visited with relatives in the community last Thursday afternoon. Miss Margit Storvik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thoralf Storvik, is visiting for two weeks with the Thune family in Portland, Ore. She traveled by train and was ac- companied by her grandmother. Mrs. Emil Ness as far as Tacoma. This is quite a thrill for Margit as it is her first train trip. The Salem Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet on Wednesday af- ternoon, Aug. 5 in the Memorial Hall at 2 p. m. Members will serve a potluck lunch All mem- bers and friends are invited The 4-H Club picnic' was held a week ago last Sunday at Kayak Point. A large group of boys and jirls accompanied by their par- ents enjoyed the day. A potluck dinner was served at noon which was followed by a baseball game between the boys and their lath- ors, with the boys winning. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Erickson and son, David and daughter, Beverly, of Hawthorne, Nevada, were recent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Erickson. Accom- panying Mr. and Mrs. Erickson were Mr. Samelson, father o[ Mrs. Erickson, fromPortland, Ore. and a friend, Patricia Ferguson, also from Hawthorne During the week additional guests of the Er ickson family were Mr. and Mrs Walter Anderson, Mr. and Mrs Bud Turner and Mrs. Florenc~ Petroski, all of Bremerton, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Anderson anc daughter, Pat, and Mrs. Glen El- lis and daughter, Shirley, and Gone, all of Wenatchee. Mr. and Mrs. A1. Schei accom- panied by Mrs. Elmer Larsen mo- tored to Seaside, Ore., last week- end and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trucke. Mr. Trucke who is a brother of Mrs. Larsen, was hurt quite seriously in a construction accident recently. They also vis- ited with relatives and friends in ?ortland. The annual picnic of the Op- dahlslaget will be held at Pt. Val- demar on Sunday, Aug. 2. A pic- nic lunch will be enjoyed and coffee, cream and rommegrote will be served by the committee. H. A. B. Sneve is president of the "Laget" which represents all of the Norwegians. from the part of Norway called Opdahl, who live on the West Coast. Finest quality, c 1 e a n washed. U. S, No. 1 Uni- form shape a n d size. Lbs Buy a quantity now! NO. 2 POTATOES ............ ........ 50 lbs. 79c Outdoor grown,'it~asonably priced for bread and butter pickles. CUI'UMBEE'S~ 'qJl i i ' LB. Mild, tender local grown. Gl N OtlON i : ' i BuN . iI.. Large size. Sweet and tender. Wonderful In your salads. Sweet Spanish. Excellent for slicing.--LB. 3/10c. LB. ,49 ALSO IN SEASON: Watermelons, Peaches, Cantaloupes, Ap- ricots, Seedless Grapes, Plums, and a large variety of vegetables. SUNKIST For juice or eating. Ideal for fruit salads or breakfast. Lb. "C AEROWAX Self-polishing floor wax. Ouar, 59c PETER PAN A mild hand soap .for the whole family. Reg. 3/23c LAVA Gets grimy hands clean in a hurry Reg, 10c Size Perfectly ripened fruit. Cotillion Extra rich Vanilla Truly a guest ice cream. 'C 16~ TOWN PRIDE. ASSORTED ICE CREAM TOPPINGS. 7~:,-Oz. ICE CREAM TOPPING .. : ........... ca s SAFE-T PACK. RAVE YOUR ICE CREAM CONF-~ A"~ HOME. Pkg. ICE CREAM CONES .................... oi 12 BEL-AIR FROZEN Eliminates squeezing lemons. Makes one full quart. 6-Oz. Size 2/29c. FR ESH STOCKS OF Chesterfields, Pliilip and Old Golds Alwa at Safeway. Carton 2.13 Pkg. 22c or Ctn King Size 2-'-s HOMOGENIZED, ENRICHED WITR VITAMIN Dr. LUCERNE MILK .... -.. gal. DURKEE'S. YELLOW CUBES. FOR COOI~ING OR TABLE. FRESH MARGARINE . ... lb. 2 YOUR OWN 1-MINUTE WESSON DRESSING TASTES BEST. WESSON SALAD OIL ..... qt. BLACK TEA BAGS. 10c OFF REGULAR PRICE. CANTERBURY TEA 48 ba A REAL THI~T-QUENCHER. 10c OFF ;E~LA2 PRICE. TENDERLEAF TEA .... 48 SUNSHINE. CHOCOLATE SANDWICH COOKIE. AJAX HYDROX COOKIES . 12-oz. pkg. 39c TANG. SLICE FOR DELICIOUS SANDWICHES. LUNCHEON MEAT . 12-oz. can 45c NALLEY'S. FOR PANCAKES AND WAFFLES. LUMBERJACK SYRUP 24-oz. btle. 35c FERG'S. FINE FOR SUMMER LUNCHEONS. BEEF TAMALES . . 16-oz. can 29c LONG GR~IN CONVERTED FLAKY AND TENDER. The foaming action Polishes as it cleans. 14-Oz. 2 Can BABO Instant cleanser. Foams grease instantly. 14-Oz. Can UNCLE BEN'S RICE . 28oz. pkg. 45c FOR WOMEN WHO WANT DEPENDABILITY. MODESS NAPKINS . pkg. o g2/77c For summer salads and hot casserole dishes. SOLID PACK BITE SIZE 7-ounce 38 61/2-(:}'$, Can C Can ,C CHEER Have on hand for was Kind to hands. ,,,-o,. 31c Prices directly! F~!ay and Saturday, July 31st and Augusti lington. Nol Odes to dealers.