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i PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1951. "l[ ers of Mjolner No. 34 and their! |]i),milies are invited to partici-I TOO Late to Classity SILVANA I/ , te There will be games and'- ...................... Mrs. Irene Vognild, ||.mtertainment for young and FOR RENT--3-bedroom house, in correspondent. []old. Coffe, cream and ice cream E. Stanwood. Wired for elec- Camilla Collett LodgeNo. 25] Will be provided by the lodge, i tric stove; $35.00. Phone Ar- Come and have a good time. I lington 1123. will have their annual picnic on The Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid WANTED=Girl o---r- woma----~ f--or Sunday, August 26th, at Leon, .viii meet in the Social Hall on care of 3 children, and light ard's Park, Lake Goodwin. Mere- Thursday evening, August 30th, housekeeping. Board and room. at 8:15 promptly. Mesdames Phone 1123. . Paulvin Barlond and Howard Rod are the hostesses and they FOR SALE--6-room, modern extepd a most cordial invitation to all members and friends. Miss Else Roog, who came ]from Detmar Germany, will be a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Griinm for six months. She arrived in New York on THURS.-FRI.-SAT., Sunday on the SS Washington, a new liner. She is a second AUG. 23-24-25 cousin of Mrs. Grimm. Mrs. George Grimm enter- "Pa & Ma Kettle rained in honor of the first birth- day of her son, Bobby, last Sun- On the ay evening. Twenty guests were present including relatives and friend~. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. With Marjorie Main, Percy Killbride Carton, Musical Short, Joe Doakes and Blaze Buster~ Short Mr. and Mrs. George Grimm and son, Bol~by, left Seattle on Monday morning by air for De- corah, In., where they will spend several weeks visiting with Mrs. Grimm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Haugen. Relative to the Pioneer Re- union which was held last Sun- at the Pioneer Hall in Ar- Miss Inga Brekhus and Mr. John Stensen were especial- ly honored. They were the old- est residents of the State of Washington who were regis- tered at the picnic. Miss Brekhus came to the state in 1875 and SUN.-MON., AUG. 26-27 house, new, 2 corner lots, good location. Can be handled with some cash, balance as rent. Don Meier. Call E. R. Meier, 792. Like ~ ~r ~ ~1 advance in price this fall. Bet- ter see us today about that Frigidaire range, refrigerator or washer--all at same low H~--Pi~n~, Mrs.- Or- cutt. The committee wishes to thank all the organizations and individuals who contributed so liberally toward the expenses of the Fair. This webk the mem- bers of the 4-H Clubs and their leaders are busy preparing their exhibits for entry at the County 4-H Fair which is held at Marysville. Mrs. John Brekhus had the misfortune to fall while camp- ing on Camano Island and frac- ture her wrist. She is convales- cing satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Thoralf Storvick attended the Sangerfest which was held last week-end in Se- attle. They report a very inter- esting meeting of the singers on the Pacific Coast. Mrs. Hans Bjorndahl, who suf- Frenchm With Joel McCrea, Slnelly Winters March of Time - Fox Cartoon and Popeye Mr. Stensen was born in Wash- fered a severe stroke a week l~gton. They were escorted to ago last Saturday, is a patient the speakers' stand and present- at the Arlington Hospital. Her ed a corsage and boutoneire re- many friends wish her a speedy speetively, recovery and return home to her There will be services in the family. "TUES..WED. AUG. 28-29 Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday --- ---- ~ ~ morning at 11:30. All are invited. .......... ~;.~04 ....... PORT Five, " M" Pastor Myrwang will speak. he_Ano _._t ;s_e Mrs. Mabel Stensen and Mrs In the Superior Court of the State of Lars Vognild visited with rein- Washington in and for the County. With Glen Ford, Viceea rived following the Pioneer Re- mZth~n~aa~f the rotate of ZELLA1 Lindfor~ union on Sunday. GUSTAFSON, Deceased. t Mr. and Mrs. Haakon Vognild ._N?tice. ~..hereby given, that C. E= 2 Cartoon. Pete Smith ~,te~to~ with ~.~ ~ ~ T ~aoit aammmzracor oi me es~a~ ox v ..... : ... ....... r. an,, ~.,rs. .~ars Zella Gustafson, deceased, has filed Vognlld in Everett last Thurs. in the office of the Clerk of this' day afternoon. Court his final report and petition for Mr~ .T,,li~ C'l~xr~l~r~c] ~rl ~ distribution, asking the court to dis- - -- ~.: ...%:-~ .~.~:.. ........ ~ o,.., tribute said estate to the persons en- THUR.-FRI.-SAT., ~ooert, oI ~eatHe, are house titled to receive the same, to fix the guests of Mrs. Emma Barlond fees to be allowed the administrator AUG. 30-31-SEPT. I Mr,~ Clevplnnd nnd Mr~ li~rl~ and his attorney, and to discharge the ...... . ......................."~administrator; that said report and are cousins. ]petition will be heard on the 21st day "Tomahawk" The annual 4-H Fair which of September, 1951, Friday, at 1:30 o'clock p m at the courtroom of the was held last Saturday on the Pr" " :: 'h ..... c " oDate t~ep rgmen~ oz sam our~. school grounds was well attend- Dated this 22nd day of August, 19|1. With Van Heflin, eel and a huge success. The pro- ANDERS ANDERSON, Clerl~ of said Court By HELEN D REIDENBACH Yvonne DeCarlo gram ~tarted at 10 a.m. and ran Deputy" " ' throughout the day and eve- J. P." MATHEWS Attorney for Es- Disney Cartoon, Cartoon, ning. Prizes were won by the tate, Arlington, W~shington. Technicolor Featurette following: Veal Calf, Janice Lar- Date of first publication August 23, sen; Two l~ryers, Maxine Enge- i951. Date of last publication, September bretson; Two Rabbits, Clarence 6, 195L It's been a grand vacation... with the beach, camping, : = sun ( lot hes and T-shirts ... but now it's back to school and ]lyibotenuses, irregular verbs, t'ootba]l games ~ :. and ml ight od, and you start at Peterson's as smart students have done for half a century. ) ?:? z~5 prices and easy terms. Henry Murray, Arlington_~_~~ FOR SALE--Good bred Jersey heifers, due to freshen soon. Kluin, at Edgecomb Albert Greenhouse. FA~LEASE -- 22 acres clear, large barn, excellent water, plenty wood. Victoria Heights. F. A. Stricker, Phone 246J5, Arlington phone. TRAINED PRACTICAL NURSEI, MR. ELMER C. MEI~ER wishes special duty, day or of piano and organ pupils. night. Call 2311. will accept a limited number ~EGIS-~,I Contact Mrs. William Simp- son. Telephone 542. just overhauled -- $100. Kil- lough Cleaners, Phone 1344. 2-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SALE RUMMAGE SALE Electric stove and hot water tank, garage, work shed, chick- Rummage sale sponsored by the en house, 1% acres of ground, Eastern Star will be held at the Backstrom Motor Co. sales- at east end 1st street, Arling- room August 24 and 25. On ton. Will Bannister. FOR SALE---'34 Plymouth 2-door Sedan, very good motor. Vic- tor Lindal, 5 miles east of Bryant____.___2_Phne.______251Jl___" ~ ~_ STEWING HENS, one and two- year-olds. N e w Hampshire Reds, $1.50 alive. A1 Meugniot, Phone 152J1. Better see us about that ASH- LEY Wood Saving Heater to- day. Easy terms and good trades. Henry Murray, Arling- ton. Saturday the 25th there will be a bake sale. WANTED--Waitress, at Coffee Inn, on Highway 99, Arlington, R. 1. Goo~l wages. Phone Ar- lington 20F4. OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER 2361 We buy hi'des, calves, veal, beef~ locker meat sold, wholesale prices. Graded and priced by O.P.S. Custom killing every Monday. MURPHY PACKING CO. s ELECTRIC WASHER--Very good condition -- $39.50 complete. Henry Murray, Arlington. FOR SALE:-- Small herd of cows, and calves; also geese and chickens; furniture; RCA Victor TV set, with antenna, just like new. E. Aberle, R. 4 Arlington (1 mile west of Bryant). FOR SALE--1948 Oliver 70 Trac- tor with 6 ft. power mower, double bottom )low, 8 ft. Case disc and harrows. arate. Priced 279J3, Arlington, NOTICE Sleeping quarters near Arlington yearly convention in pel Hall (First and Sept. 1st and 2nd. If rooms, call 183J2, or FOR" SALE -- First bred $190, 3 mo. er calf, $45. Plain hogany upright Marysville 5275. FOR SALE--Red dressed. A. M. Turn in at sign crossing, % mile toward Arlington. FOR SALE--1500 lb. logging horse. Horse ness $55. U. A. (1 mile E. Ebey Lake Riley road). CANNING NETTED GEM Full of For canning and slic- Famous Yakima Net- Fancy ing. Peak of season!ted Gems, U. S. No. 1. c,,. ............. ,89c lb. 3 or Blend O' Gold - Juice. Popul'r sum- . ~ Serve with butter -- mer beverages. Bi~Ti~T tW| OT I;arD + and salt. A real I~ LAGE 21/~ CAN .... ~,.., vl v~=== tteat.l ..... EAR ~ 18-Oz. 1Oc; Dog. SWAT, mm Rive DOZEN 2.9 i WATERMELONS . . . lb. 3c ~~~ ORANGE JU i:ii~i~itoiiiiii!alt~iill "~,"~"~S~. .... ",.1.~C STUFF THEM! GREEN BELL Sutter s Gold. I In ]. PEPPERS . .... lb. 9c Ideal breakfast "i juice. LARGE [] 2~ CAN ............ t Ill/ CRISP, FRESH PASCAL , CELERY ...... lb. 6c DOZEN ~..a Lakemead. Serve with cream for breakfast. Van Camp's. In rich tomato auce. Crisp, salted, tasty with summer salads. Pure vegetable oil.* Fine for cooking, too. Chunk Style. Light meat. 16-Oz. Cans 21 -Oz. Cans 1 -Lb. 1-Lb. r ' Quart Quart 61/z-Oz. 6% -Oz. JELL WELL GELATIN DESSERTS ................ 4-oz. 8c VINECREST SEEDLESS RAISINS ................. 2-lb. 43c BETTY CROCKER, PARTY CAKE MIX ............ 20-oz. 36c BETTY CROCKER DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE MIX .... 20-oz. 36c BREAKFAST GEM EGGS, medium 'A' .... : ......... Doz. 69c EVAPORATED MILK, Darigold or Cherub .......... tall 3/42c NOB HILL COFFEE, our finest in a bag ............... ].-lb. 86c NALLEYiS POTATO CHIPS, flesh and crisp ......... 7-oz. 37c HOT DOG BUNS, Ruth Ashbrook ................... pkg. 18c ZEE IVORY TISSUE ............................. 4 rolls 33c Guaranteed U. S. "choice" and "good." Arm or blade cut. 'i U. S. "choice" and "good." Serve with Make cheeseburgers or bacon burgers: U. S. "choice" and "good." With French Fri~! "Choice" and "good." Whole or half LEG OF LAMB ............... l "Choice" and "good" shoulder LAMB ROAST Cudahy "Puritan." 4 to 8-lb. PICNICS ................... Roasters or Fryers, smaU, pan ready TURKEYS . ................. Shoulder. Fine for braising VEAL ROAST .............. Delicious served breaded' VEAL CHOPS ............. Hormel's or Armour's Fancy SLICED BACON ' Whole or piece, silver FRESH SA,LMON ........... BABY FOODS Libby's strained & homog- e:~ ...................... 3/27 Cashmere Bouquet Fragrant Toilet soap. Bath ~,~e 2/29 at ...... . ................... WESTERN BEER Rainier, Olympia, Heidel- berg. ll-oz. 2/27 Plus dep ............. C DIAL SOAP Stops body odor before it starts. Regular .......... I ROOT BEER Cragmont, Orange Soda or (Plus c deposit) ......qty. KABO CLEANSER Keep a few cans handy. 14- O~ ...................... C CAMAY Soap of beaUtiN1 Re0ular ........... CRYSTAL The family Reg. Bar ........................ DUZ POWDER The soap that does every- thing. .~ ~ 20' -Oz ..................... IVORY SOAP Personal size. ' Handy! .............. )~ IVORY FLAKES For washing fine fabrics. 12- C oz. y .............................. LIFEBUOY SOAP Refreshing and rc healthful. IVORY SOAP Pure mild float- ing Large ........ TIDE POWDER Redeem Safeway ! 19-Oz. your coupon at IVORY Baby's soap years. Medium ............ SOAP 24- Oz ...................... Prices effective Friday and Saturday, August 24 and 25, 1951, subject to market changes and stock in Ar, lington. No sales to dealers. Sorry, we must reserve the right to limit quantities.