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PAGE TEN Too Late to Classify open on and after Monday, Aug. 31. FO--RSA-LIb---Two Holstein cows coming fresh. V. Strandberg, R. 5, 2 miles south of Edge- comb on pave_ment. Bernice (;ulhaugen Weds Clyde Schmoke A beautiful lawn wedding was solemnized in the presence of rel- atives and friends on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Gulhaugen, when Miss Ber- nice Guthaugen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Gulhaugen, became the bride of Clyde Schmoke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sehmoke of Seattle. Rev. J. It. Myrwang per- formed the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in a white lace dress of ballerina length. She wore a finger tip veil and carried a White Bible topped wilh a white orchid. Mrs. Bill Young acted as ma- tron of honor. She was dressed in a ballerina length gown of slate blue taffeta, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Arthur Gulhaugen was best man and Or- ville Gulhaugen was usher. An archway of white dahlias and greens with tall baskets of gladiolus and sweet peas formed a beautiful setting for the ring ceremony. Mrs. J. H. Myrwang played the wedding music, and Emmet Thompson was soloist. Mr. Thompson sang The Lord's Pray- er before the ceremony and im- mediately following sang "Be- cause." Mrs. Howard Swalting was the accompanist. A reception given by the bride's parents immediately followed. Mrs. Orville Gulhffugen cut and served the wedding cake, which was made in Maltese design, and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Mrs. Arthur Gulhau- gen presided at urn. Assisting about the rooms were Mrs. Olive Maurstad and Mrs. Maxine Edg- man. Mrs. Johanna Haarsager was in charge of the kitchen and Mrs. Dorthea Satrum arranged the floral decorations. The buffet table was centered with a largel arrangement of sweet peas and[ gladiolus over a beautiful lace] tablecloth. Matching arrange-| merits were used throughout the~ rooms. / Mrs. Arvilla Folden served the~ punch and Mrs. Lucille Jensen and Mrs. Grace Elaine Pink had charge of the gifts. All are cous- ins of the bride. Miss Marie Laf- reniere held the guest book. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Gulhaugen chose a dress ol burgundy lace and the groom's mother wore a dress of rose lace. Both wore orchid corsages. For a honeymoon trip, the bride wore gray suit with pink and black accessories. She also wore the orchid from her Bible. Upon their return from the wedding trip, the couple wil4 make their home in Seattle. The bride is a graduate of the Arlington High School, and has been employed as a stenographer for Dehn & Co., salmon brokers, in Seattle for a number of years. O High Cost of Veal A North Fork farmer brought in to The Times office a check which he had received for a veal sent to market in Seattle last week. The animal weighed pounds and brought a net $1.54. The check from a co-operatNe marketing concern contains some interesting information, and our farmer friend says he is going to have it frame3. On the face of the check was this information: Value, $6.65, Deductions: Freight (hauling t6 Seattle), $3.50; Yardage, 50c; Brand Inspection, 20c; Draft (charge for writing check). 10e Insurance, lc; Commission, 80c. The check was dated Augus 17. Eve. 7:15 p,m. Sat. Mat. 2 p.m. THUIL,FRL.SAT. - AUG. 20~21-22 Ring Crosby, Bob Hope ’md Dorothy Lmnour in ' 'ROAD TO BALI" Color by Technicolor SUN.-MON, - - - - AUGUST 23-24 Romance with Loretta Young and Jeff Chandler in "BECAUSE OF YOU" TIEF,~-WED .... AUGUST 25-28 --Double Bill-- Damon Runyan's " "STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME" with Broderiek Crawford, Claire Trevor Plus---Tim Holt in ': "TRAIL GUIDE" THU]L-FRI.'SAT. - AUG. 27-28-29 AND PA KETTLE ON VACATION" Starring Mmjorie Main & Percy Kilbride Plus One Hour "Bugs Bunny Cartoon Carnival" THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, AS t[NGTON, TtIURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1953. LET'S TRADE---Have two lots in ENGINEER BOOTS -- regularly FOUND -- Young canary, light r" ~ i e Vo. $1595 genuine Cheppewas-- yellow Phone 3211 A~p~Ctw~ipcW:ilsoder !irnb~u:;r::e. now onlY$Alli0~M~t,s FOR SALE--I-year-old red hens__ , • 30c lb. Will deliver 3 or more. Tho f.nr~or~ nr~ ]rim~ro~!z I WE TRADE Refrigerators and Phone 276W5 Milton Deyo R ......... " nges--see us for special deall 2 (Jordan Road). ~. z. rnone z~Ja. this week. Henry Murray, Ar-[ ~- -- ...... I lington /FOR SALE -- An all-steel buzz 5 Cu. Ft. Frigidaire--very goodi ' ] saw, new; price $35. Martin condition -- sealed-in unit --IWE TRADE FURNITURE, Stoves/ Haack, R. 2, Arlington (1 mile $59.50 complete, ttenry Murray,and Appliances--Henry Mur-I east of Jordan store). Phone Arlington. ray, Arlington. 277W3. Maytag Washer---looks like new ---excellent operating condition ---new wringer rolls -- $69.50 complete. Henry Murray, Ar. lington. FOR SALE--Quart fruit jars, good condition. Robert Baird, 578 Gilman. STRAYED ~ Three heifer calves strayed onto my place. Charles Nygard, R. 4, Arlington. FREE, a $69.95 Zenith Vacuum HORSE FOR SALE cleaner, with attachments, withI Phone Granite Fa combination purchase G. E.I~~ Dryer and Washer. Winkes Mrs Be-~sie McD Hdw., Arlington. Box'233, Sunde road. FOR RENT--5-room house, mod- CEDAR STUMP ern except heat; 2 miles fromt luring Zeland Mill Arlington on Kackman road. da a°nd r ~- Old Piper place. Some fruit, day and Saturday. Will be at ranch Saturday. I. J. WANTED--E aekberr Lewis, 3606 Calif. Ave., Seattle. at Shorty's Service, ( Prices effective Friday and Saturday, August 21st 22nd, in Arlington. No gales to dealers. ! HERSHEY'S Almond of Milk Chocolate. Deli- cious and nutritious. Everyone's favorite. 49 Bar '~ GOLD MEDAL • • A variety of recipes on each package. For dependable baking every time. 39 Pkg. C TRY BETTY CROCKER'S NEW PIE DISCOVERY. RECIPE AT STORE. 10.Lb. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ..... Ba, 89c EVAPORATED MILK FOR COOKING AND TABLE USE• CASE OF 48--6.24 CARNATION MILK ..... 3/39C LA LANI. IDEAL FOR FROSTY FRUIT PIES. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE !l POPULAR Old Gold, Chesterfield or Philip Morris. KING SIZE CARTON 2.23 2/45c REGULAR SIZE CARTON 2.13 Pkg. 2/43c SO EASY TO SLICE. FOR SANDWICHES OR COLD MEAT PLATE. • • • • NALLEY'S. IDEAL FOR PANCAKES AND WAFFLES. VARIETY OF VEGETABLES, SOUPS OR DESSERTS. 12-Oz. Can BITE-SIZE. TRY A COOLING TUNA SALAD. IT'S DELICIOUS. • • • 24-Oz. Bottle 41/z.Oz. Cans • • • • SPERRY. YOU CAN DEPEND ON LIGHT, FLUFFY PANCAKES. l SPECIAL OFFER! 25c OFF ON 25 LB. BAG. 61/2-Oz. Can :,,, : • . 'Dairy Glen' Butter ,0.oz. 25c 63c * * • Can Lb. • .m • • 4-Lb. Bag SNOW STAR • • • • 25-Lb. Bag Strawberry, Chocolate and Vanilla. Treat your family. Half Gallon 65c ’ | Flavor buds of 100~/, pure coffe. Dissolves instantly. 2.0,.49 6-0z. Jar 1.45 .Jar C White or Wheat. Makes delicious sandwicb s. ’ ’ ’ i r 'Dalewood' Margarine i i . 1.00 Mrs. Wright's i Try These for Sandwiches G'S No sugar needed. package and get a 5Y~ age of Rice Krispies Both for ......... LUNCH BOXi ADDS ZEST AND FLAVOR TO YOUR SANDWICHES. S Quart Jar MAGAZINE Be sure to get your issue of the Family Wonderful recipes, and articles. BEVERLY. MAKE PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY S ANDW]~CHES. BUl ,0.o,. Jar STILL 5C ONLY VAN ZEE Slices, spreads and perfection. Serve often. 2-Lb. Loaf BEt AIR Selected frozen fruit, peak. Serve Raspberry year long. DOZEN 10-0z. Pkg. TIP TOP. A COOL, REFRESHING THIRST-{ Frozen Lemonade 6.oz. • * • • Cans SCOTCH TREAT. SWEET, TENDER, NEW PEAS. DOZ. 1.75. Frozen Peas lo.o,. ROMAN MEAL Easy to prepare hot cereal. 28-Oz. Pkg. C THOMPSON SEEDLESS Large sweet berries. Delicious in salads HYDROX or desserts. Fine for garnishing. Lb. Top Grades Only SWEET, THICK MEATED, VINE RIPENED, WASHINGTON GROWN CANTALOUPES. ._ =." . lb. 3½c Sunshi.'e, chocolate sand- wiches. LARGE, JUICY, SWEET WELL-FILLED EARS. LOCAL GROWN. Ear 4c 12-Oz. ~ ~IChoic~w# or t~GOO~agg Blade cut. SWEET CORN 10/39 ju, and very tender. Serve • • • ' • • C Pkg. e..Jq~~ with fresh vegetables for Sun- Lb. day dinner. PERFECTLY RIPENED. GOLDEN COLOR. FOR SALAD OR DESSERT. RIPE BANANAS .... lb. 15c SNOWDRIFr ROUND BONE POT ROAST ....... lb. 49c "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Very tender and juicy. FANCY HAVEN FOR SLICING. WASHINGTON GROWN. RIB ROAST STEAKS lb 63C HALE PEACHES lb 9c , or • " • FRESH CUT-UP Box 1.79 o • o • For all cooking and baking. "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Broil or fry. PASCAL, CRISP STALKS. STUFF WITH CP~AM CHEESE. 3-~. 87c SIRLOIN STEAKS lb 69c LOCAL CELERY lb 4c c= • .... ~* • • • • • _ "Choice" or "Good." Cut to your favorite thickness. TIDE T-BONE STEAKS ..... lb. 85c Young colored, cut-up fryers. lo packaged, ready to fry. RED RIPE SUNKIST "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Serve swissed. WATERMELONS ORANGES ROUND STEAK . . . lb. 75c Lb. Serve ice-cold watermelon for Sweet, juicy reed. size, full of For the washer or dishes. "Choice" or "Good." Tender, easy to carve. dessert tonight. Everymelon " ,.oz 31c SIRLOIN TIP ROAST lb 85c guaranteed, healthy vitamins. • • • Pkg. Fresh Frozen, Serve Something Different. Lb. "C C FRESH DAILY SUNBRITE Lb. Ground Beef • • Fresh Caught Silvers. Whole or Half Fish. ENTER THE BIG WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT CONTE~T. , Ground fresh daily. Safeway WHITE KING SOAP 22-Oz. quality. Serve as meat loaf or .... Pkg. 29c For kitchen and bathroom, hamburgers. • • • Lb. 13-Oz. C Milwaukee, or Bar S. Cello Packaged. ~?~ ~O~ W~T~ W~O~ ~O~O ~ i~.~9~ O~ SOFTENER . . ,0.oz. Can • " Pkg. ~de.#~ ; • . Lb. (' Served Hot or Cold, It's Delicious. Mushroom Buttons. Ready to Heat and Serve. QUICK OLD DUTCH Tree Tea Bags , . 48Bags 49c WESTERN 0strom Mushroomscan"°" 41c Roman Meal . . . Buy 2 Pkgs. and Get a Muffin Pan. PlayfaJr. For Healthier and Happier Pets. Dog 3/27 Makes clothes easier to iron Buy= at reg price Muffin Mix 2 P os49c Canned Food Cans C .... A!~ half price. Stahl Meyer. Spreads Easily for Appetizers. Twenty Mule Team. For Kitchen or Bath. 12-Oz g~l~ 14-Oz. Sp Olympia. Plus dep. 2.Lb. 33c P,.. Z/Z0c can Heidelberg or Borax Powder... Can Liverwurst read."/"°"can 23c Case of 12, 4.19 Liquid Pectin. For Jams, Jellie. A Tangy Cheese Spread for Company Snacks. Pabst-ett Cheese Jels Rite Pectin ,.oz. 2/25c • • Pkg. ~-'d~ • • Bottle Ruth Ashbrook. So Good for Late Evening Snacks. Quart For The Washer or Dishes. Kind to Hands. Sweet Rolls . • • Pkg ..... 30C Bottle • ....... Cheer Detergent .. ]Pkg.19°z 31c