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PAGE EIGtIT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 6, 1953. FOR RENT -- Modern furnished FOR RENT--5-room % Too Late to Classify FOR SALE--Maytag washing machine, like new. Dr. Ben Burgoyne, 211. So. McLeod. Ph. 3381. Will teach Real Estate and pre- pare Salesmen and Brokers for examination at YMCA, Mt. Vet- non starting SepL 5. Call 28443 after 1 p.m. or write Paul Ring- seth, 7516 33rd N.W., Seattle. FOR SALE--Butane gas cook- stove, water heater; Sigler oil heater, 11x12 wool rug and pad;I chrome table and chairs; bed- room set, and other household articles; also manure spreader,I lime spreader, 2 milking ma- chines, hay loader, colpacker, 2 rubber tired wagons, '39 Ford DEGREE OF HONOR I~UMMAGE SALE The Degree of Honor Lodge willl hold a rummage sale at the VFW building Aug. 12. 13, 14, 15. Mem- bers, please bring your donation~ to the home of Mrs. Rudy John- son or bring them to the V. F. W. hall early Aug. 12. SILVANA Mrs. Irene Vognild, correspondent. A" large number of merr~er~ and visilors attended the Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid Thursda afternoon. Rev. J. H. Myrwang led~ the devotions. Mrs. Elmer tIusbyi presided during the business ses-! siGn, which was followed by a so- cial get-together in observance of the birthday of Mrs. Myrwang. The group presented her with a Sunbeam mixer as a birthdayl gi~rs. J. It. Myrwang and her l sister-in.law, Mrs. Thomas Starts, left for Seattle Sunday.evening to viM[ the Myrwang children. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Erickson ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pet- erson to Woodland Park, Seattle last Sunday, where they attend- ed the North Dakota picnic. Mrs. Ted Meyers and two of her children, Mrs. Martha Leonardo and two of her children and Mrs. Marie Shudshift motored from E1- lensburg and Sunnyside la~t Sun- day to attend the Opdahlslaget, held at Pt. Valdemar. They also called on the Gulhaugen and Drivstuen families during the af- ternoon. There will be festivities at the Josephine Sunset Home, Start- .woo:l, Sunday, Aug. 9, to whiel~ all are invited. of Norway/ Pi~a~ Aug. 9. The joint picnic of the Sons of Norway lodges, which includes Arlington, Stanwood and Silvana, will be held at Wenberg Park, on Sunday, Aug. 9. A picnic lunch: will be served at noon and the eommii~ee will furnish coffee, cream and sugar. All members of the lodges and members of Cam- milla Collett lodge are also in- vite~. Miss Guri Hall, R. N., who is employed at the King County hospital in Seattle, visited sever- al clays last week with the fam- ily of Mr. and Mrs. Thoralf Stor- vik an~d Mrs. Eendikka Storvik. The business meePings of the Sons of Norwa~ .and the Daught- SEE WHAT BUYS ers of Norway, held last Tuesday evening were well attended.Ira- portent discussions took place. Delkqous cefreshments were serv- ed w'i~h Anna B. Wangsmo and Nellie Thomosen in charge. A so- cial time followed. The Opdahlslaget held last Sunday at Pt. Valdemar, Hans Sneve Farm, was well attended by members and visitors ~rgm far and :near. The group voted unani- mously to have the picnic there again next year. Mr. and Mrs. John Eriekson and Iami]y who have been in North Dakota for the last two months, returned to their home on Monday evening. They enjoy- sedan, 70 tons grass silage. Homer Davison, Oso. Phone 3558. THOS, B. MURPHY, painter and paperhanger. Reasonable pric- es, will exchange labor for anything usable. R. 2, Jordan Road. Phone Granite Falls 2752. FOR SALE--'35 CheF. Coupe. Far better than average condition; $75. Phone 277W2. 1936 Plymouth 4.Door for sale; excellenf condition. 808 Fourth St., Win. Stuller. PIE CHERRIES. You pick, 5c lb.; also Plymouth Rock roosters. Mrs. Harold Morris, R. 4 (4 mi. E. of Bryant, on Scouten road). NORTHERN PACIFIC section quarters at Hartford, Wash., for sale to highest bidder for salvage obtainable from build- ing by tearing it down and re- moving' from N. P. property. Seller reserves right to reject any or all bids. Submit bids to R. E. Womack, agent, Ar- lington, Wash. FOR SALE--Bluberries for freez- ing canning, jams, jellies or fresh fruit pastry. Order now from Cornell's, R. 1, E. Start- wood. 1~ miles west of He•- chefs corner. house. Schuh's Resort, Lake Arlington. Modern, Goodwin. Phone Marysville On paved road and 4486. route. Some fruit. I. J. Lewis, 3606 CUCUMBERS--Little Boston pick- Seattle. ling; also Straight Eight. Put order in now; don't wait too Transparent apples long. Josh Allen, 420 South Bring boxes. 301 French, Arlington. Phone 991. lington. Phone 232. AUGUST Family Circle Be sure to get yours• Featuring summer I~hlons and rec- ipes• STILL 5e ONLY m SAFEWAY is Celebrating Their 38th Anniversary Serving the People of the Pacific Northwest ROYAL SATIN White Satin. Pure Granulated. For Table and Canning. [g 10-Lb, ’ Pure, all vegetable. For a I DUCHESS, FINE FOR SUM1VIER SALADS AND SANDWICHF-~. • • • • • • Bag Oven Baked~,With Juicy Pork and Old-Time Sauce. DOZEN 2.95. 28-Oz. • • • • • • C~xI Evaporated. With Vitamin D Added, for Baby's Formula. CASE OF 48 5.85. Tall • • • • • Cans Dalewood. Ideal for Cooking, Baking and Table Use. Yellow Cubes. • • • • • Lb. pie crust that never fails. Can3"Lb" 77c NEW QUART SIZE Crisco. Pure All.Vegetable. "Truly Digestible. • • • • Everyones Favorite for Easy-to-Fix Meals. DOZEN 2.95. • • • • No measuring. 3 envelopes in each package. Each makes 1 full quart of non- fat milk. Pkg. o, s C JANE ARDEN Combination of Ripe Tomatoes, Fine Vinegars and Rare Spices. • • • • • Tuna Flakes. So Good In Salads and Sandwiches. Buy Several. • • • I • Garnet. Tender Sweet Beets. Deep Red Adds Color to Meals. • • • • • • Wonderful for Snacks. Try With Cheese Spread for Appetizers. • • • Bel-Air Green Beans. French Cut or Regular. DOZEN 2.29. Qucfft Jar Corn Can 1 -Lb. Pk~J. HIGHWAY CREAM STYLE. SERVE SCALLOPED. CREAM CORN l,.O,. 15c • • * Can GARNET, MEDIUM SIZE. SERVE COLDAS RELISH. WHOLE BEETS l,.O,. 15 •• • Can v EMERALD BAY. GARDEN SPINACH READY TO EAT. FANCY SPINACH 15C • • Can GIVES ZEST AND TANG TO MEATS AND DRESSINGS. FRENCH'S. MUSTARD 15c jar FANcAyLA'pEASIZE'VERYTENDER'I'-Oz. 15c • • • Can TASTE TELLS. DELICIOUS FOR PICNICS. 3-Lb. • Can 16-Oz. • Cans The Cookies With the Party Flavor. VANILLA ~ ASSORTED , WAFERS ~ SANDWICHES , l.Lb. 9~_~ 14-Oz. ’1~'T_ Pkg. ~e-JCI Pkg.~ ~dC Hormel's S h o r t Shcz 10-12 m. lb. skinned hams. Whole or shank 1/2 SMOKED. TENDER, EASY TO SERVE. NO WASTE. BONELESS BUTTS lb. 69c FAMOUS MILWAUKEE:LARGE AND JUICY. FOR BARBECUING. lb. 39c SLICED VEAL. OLIVE, PIMENTO, MACARONI & CHEESE. LUNCHEON MEAT BELTSVILLE. READY TO SERVE. 10-12 LBS. lb. 47c • SMALL TURKEYS lb. 57( ed their stay there, but were glad 16-Oz state.t° get back to the Evergreen PORK and BEANS..Can" 10C "Cho,ce"Leg of°rLamb"Prime"'..... lb. 65’ Mrs. Lena Vognild of Everett. WALLA WALLA. SWEET, TENDER, FLAVORFUL. "Choice" or "Prime" Lamb. lOl/z.Oz. is vit:iting with Mrs. Arthur Rod GREEN PEAS . • • Can 10c Shoulder Roast .... lb. 45c this week. Iver Potten, a pioneer merch- MARION. GOLDEN CUBES OF TENDER YOUNG CARROTS. Delicious Broiled. 16-Oz ant of th~ locality, visited +ith DICED CARROTS . . Can ...... 10c Lamb Rib Chops . .lb. 79C Irlem]s and relatives last Sunday. For Frying or Broiling. ~ ~~ COUNTRY HOME. HEAT AND SERVE WITH BUTTER. Beef SirloinSteak. lb. 73c - " ' 'KERNEL, CORN . . p o,. 10c Very tender. Broil. TASTE TELLS. READY TO HEAT AND EAT. Beef-T-Bone steak lb. 85C Double Smoked. Tangy Flavor. LIMA BEANS is.oz. 10c Rath's Thuringer..lb. 69c " • • • Can Lots of red lean meat, special price. --Captain's Choice Seafoods'--- SALMON STEAKS Fresh frozen. Ideal 1 t_h w g~ served fried or''*'*--"-~I|~ broiled with tartar Pk . sauce, g .~t.I m ~ Frozen tender white meat. in,/.., Halibut Steaks DDC Select frozen fish. ~'~' , I Lb0 )C Haddock Fil ts Frozen. No bones o rwaste. 57C Sole Fillets 1-Lb. • " " Pkg. 10-Oz. • Pkg. • • • 16-Oz. Can ICE CREAM SPECIAL Snow Star, Strawberry, Chocolate and Vanilla 65c ICE CREAM Ha,f .... Gal. National Blscult Waffle Cuplets. 19C CUPLETS Pkg. ...... of 12 SPECIAL Both 79 • • for SOAP A saving of 20c on 10c on 2 large sizes. LARGE SIZE 2/45c U. S. NO. 2 POTATOES ................. 50-lb. U. S. No. 1 Washington grown. Clean, washed, best quality. Lb. RED RIPE KLONDYKE, EVERY MELON GUARANTEED. CUT MELONS Ripe Watermelon lb. LUSCIOUS LARGE CLUSTERS, SWEET BERRIES. Seedless Grapes lb. LOCAL PASCAL, FOR SALADS OR RELISHES. Crisp Celery LOCAL OUTDOOR GROWN, FINE FOR SI~ICING OR PICKLES. Fresh Cucumbers Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.rn~ THU.-FRI,-SAT. - - - AUG. 6-7-8 A Riotous Musical Rampage Dean Martin - Jerry Lewis in "THE STOOGE" SUN.-MON. AUG. 9-10 Rk:bmd Widmark & Joanne Dru in "MY PAL GUS" TUES.-WED. - - AUG. 11-12 Camel Wilde & Steve Cochrcm in "OPERATION SECRET" THUI~-FRI.-SAT. - AUG. 13-14-15 James Stewart & Janet Leigh in "THE NAKED SPUR" Color by Technicolor Action and Drama Olympia or Heidelberg. Case of 12 Cons • RINSO Gets clothes white and bright. "+2/49 Size C BRUCE'S Camels, Luckies or Chester- fields. Always fresh ~t Safe- way. ARMOUR'S. FOR APPETIZERS AND SANDWICHES. 12-Oz. • • • C~m BLUE PLATE. IDEAL FOR COOL SUMMER SALADS. 5-Oz. • • jm Can BLUE PLATE. FOR PRYING OR OYSTER STEWS. Polishes as it cleans. BANGO. EXTRA GOOD+ WHITE or 4 2/3-Oz. • Can Quart REG. SIZE 4/29c 6ATH SIZE C 2-T-~, + m+ , Pkg. CI~N KING VEGETABLE DINNEI~. HEAT AND EAT, • • Each DELRICH. ENRICHED YELLOW CUBES. • • • Lb. i Camay Toilet SoaP For a softer, smoother skin use CCamay. Regular Size B~h 2 Size I Carton 2/43 2.13 Pkg. 22c C Juice Oranges Sunk•st. sweet 6’ and Juicy. BUy a bag full. Lb. Golden Perfectly ripen- ed. Slice and serve w I t hLb" breakf'st cereal. BaN AMI Cleanser Famous Ivory For kitchen or bathroom. , oz 12c Large Ivory Con • • • • BABO The instant action cleanser. 14-Oz. C an ~ 17-0z. ' Bottle Medium Ivory oo. Personal Ivory ao. Ivory Flakes . . . 12-Oz. Pkg. Ivory Snow '+.°" , , , . Pkg, Prices sales h and Saturday, July 7th and 8th, in