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PAGE TEN THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 27, 1953. Too Late to Classify Chevrolet '49 4-door Fleetline Radio, big heater, washer, un- dercoat. Excellent condition. Charles H. Grewe, Phone 54. ENGINEER BOOTS -- Co,-apleto closeout--values to $17.95---sale price $11.00 at HAMMER'S Special Back-to-School Perman- ent for children under 12. Price $4.50. Haircutting a specialty. WANTED -- Middle-aged woman for housekeeper. Mrs. Kaylor, Phone 1135. BULL SERVICE--White Face. Ph. 171W3, Arlington. LIVESTOCK HAULING Anywhere Anytime C. F. BADGLEY Phone 171W3 Arlington ATTENTION MOTHERS-- insure your child's feet with famous BUSTER BROWNS from HAMMER'S Permanents for $5.50 up. City Beauty Parlor. Phone 641, or WANTED--Boy's or Girl's bicy- 1604. tie, junior size. Phone 2042. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS---for tough- wearing Pedwin shoes for school for $8.95 and $9.95 shop HAMMER'S Blue Lake Beans for canning. 6c a lb. AndersOn, 1% miles east of Edgecomb. Phone 179J5. LOCKER BEEF Nice Hereford steers for your locker. About 900 lbs. 21e live weight. Ivan W. Meyers, Phone 2579. FREE COMIC BOOKC---ask for them when you buy your Bus- ter Brown shoes at HAMMER'S Combining $6.00 per hour. New machine. Phone 101J1. Elmer Lohr, R. 2 (Jordan Road). 20 Cletrac for sale, fair condition.; Reasonable. Box 181, Bob Page, Darrington. The Hunting Season will soon be here. Make your plans now. Look over our rifles, take ad- vantage of our lay-away plan. --250/3000; 30/06; 257 Roberts. Winkes Hdw., Arlington. 5-Pc. Chrome Set--Table, four chairs--for only $59.95. See us today. Henry Murray. FOR SALE--Blueberries for freez- ing, canning, jams, jellies or fresh fruit pastz;y. Order now from Cornell's, R. 1, E. Stun- wood. 1% miles west of Hei- chefs corner. Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs--See our large selection today.- Henry Murray. We have a complete line of Ju- venile Furniture -- Chiff- a - Robes- Metal or Wood Hi- chairs-- Cribs -- Play Pens -- Chests, finished or unfinished --Tables and Chairs. -- Henry Murray. WORK SHOE SALE--buy now forl MEN WANTED--to winter and save--prices start at $50 suits for only $4.00 at T HAMMER'S HAMMER'S FOR SALE--Locker and grain fed, 10 months old. Phone 178W3. Floyd Wagner, R. 2, Arlington. Bleached Maple---The very latest in the New Blond Bedroom fin- ishes---4-Pc. Suite---Extra large Dresser with nine drawers and giant mirror--Bookcase Head- board with rails and low foot- bo0rd--Two Night Stands--all for only $199.95.,Henry Murray. beef, milk FOR SALE--Used and mattresses, $7.50 -- Separate each. First come choice--Royal Hotel, Ask for Mr. or Mrs. The Royal Hotel is ing with new Sealeys" purchased ry Murray's pliance. See in Arlington Times 10. LIVESTOCK BUYER Phone 171W3, Arlington ELMER C. MAIER Piano and Organ Instruction Contact Mrs. Wm. Simpson Phone 542 FOR SALON--While we haven't a canning center this year for the public, I have two copper boil- ers, one was made to order. You can do forty quarts at a time. 1 have a false bottom for it. I also have a nice wood heater, well interlined, with all the pipes. I burned wood, also pres-to-10gs in it. Phone 2124. Mrs. Amy Otin, 508 French Ave., Arlington, Wash. F~RESIJ youn hen turkeys, 12 to 14 lbs. Oven ready, 60c lb. Lawty's Turkey Farm. Phone 187W3. FOR SALE -- Fordson tractor. Priced for quick sale, $25. Mar. tin Haack, R. 2, Arlington. 1 mile east of Jordan store. Phone 277W3. Wheel Chairs, crutches, trusses, abdominal belts. Johnson Drug. 'O Adeline G. Kyh, Pioneer Passes Mrs. Adeline Gertrude Kyle. 73, 514 Stillaguamish avenue, a piG. neer resident of Arlington, hav- ing lived here for fifty years, died last Friday evening in the Arlington hospital after a linger. ing illness. Funeral services were held at i the Assembly of God church, Ar- lington, on Tuesday, Aug. 25, the Rev. Vernon Delgatty, pastor of the church officiating. Burial was in Arlington cemetery, un- der direction of Moll Funeral Home Mrs. Kyle was l~orn in Man/, toba, Canada, March 31, 1880. ~nd tad resided in Arlington for 50 years. She is survived by her husband, Oliver of Arlington; four sons, Wesley and Lawrence of Springfield, Ore., Clarence of rTewiston, Idaho, and Beverly of Eugene, Ore.; and four daughters, Pea'r] Prather of Everett, Olive Woods ol Eatonville, Opal Frahm of Arlington and June Evans of Lewiston, Idaho; 33 grandchil- dren and 14 great grandchildren. O DARRINGTON CHURCHES: Darrinffton Methodist Church O. I. Borseth, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 11 am., evening service 7:30 p.m Catholic Church (Darrington) Mass every Saturday at 9 a.m. Calvary Pentecostal Darringl on Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn ing worship, 11; children's church, 7 p.m., evangelistic ser- vice 7:30 p.m. The Church of God of Prophecy Commercial Ave. and Cascade St Darrington, Wash,. J. R. Rainwater, p~stor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn ing Worship 11. Evening Wor- ship 7:30. Wednesday, prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. Friday, Young People's SerVice (V. L. B) 7:30. First Baptist Church Darrington, Wash, Chas. F. Brown, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship lla.m.B.Y.F. 7 p.m. Preaching service 8 p.m. Mid-w~ek service Thursda~ night. 7:45 o'clock. To Be G I V E N A W AY at your Friendly Arlington See this Beautiful C.B.S. Console Columbia T V valued at and get full details at your SAFEWAY Store ADDITIONAL A WARDS NOW --- SECOND PRIZE --- I -- THIRD PRIZE- ON 5-PC, ROGERS SILVER SERYlCE I 64-PC, ROGERSSlLYER SET s,tt BIGGEST GAZINE ELBERTAS Finest from Washington orchards, precooled and defuzzed, No. 1 fruit. FULL 26-LB. BOX $219 J. H. Hale peaches at their best. 26-Lb. No. 1 fruit. Don't wait, CAN NOW BOX U.S.NO.1GRADED, THE FINEST FROM WASHINGTON ORCHARDS. 28-Lb. Box PEAK OF CROP, FOR CANNING. HURRY, HURRY, HURRY! 16-Lb. @ Crate t CAN NOW! FINEST QUALITY, U. S. NO. 1 WASHINGTON GROWN. 12-Lb. Box pERFECtLY RIPENED ]FRUIT. FOR FRUIT SALADS OR DESSERTS. Lb. Finest of the s~ason~ sweet large cluster~ Extra Large, Solid Heads Each $ q /'RICES EFFECTIVE b Rq[)AY ANI) SATURDAY, AUGUST 28th AND 29th, in LIN(;T()N, \\ AS1L NO S: L1,S TO ])EALLRS. Kirkman Halves. Delicious in Salads and Desserts, DOZEN 2.95 @ White Satin. Ideal for Canning James, Jellies and Preserves. No. 2 Can 10-Lb. Bag Cherub Evaported. For All Cooking Needs. CASE OF 48 5,98. 0' Tall Cans Townhouse Sweet or Unsweetened. Ideal Breakfast Juice. 46-02. Can Betty Crocker. Depend on This Mix for a Light, Delicious Pie CrusL t 9-0z. Pkg. Young, Tender. Ready to Heat dnd Eat. Use Cold in Vegetable Salad. 16-0z. Can Delicious Meat Balls with Gravy. Ready to Eat. 15-0z. Can PICKLE VALUES CRAGMONT COTILLION CRACKER TIME OeiHalves'FrPicnieandLunehes'MonteDills" . . 29c It Dri, Crec =~A~A'lk'~""AGCRBUSYBAKER'FORSOUPSAND SALADS.ACKERS.. . 16-Oz. ' ner~e 2 Lb ecl Biui Cucumber Chnps. . j=25c Cola, Root Beer, Creme, Orange, Truly a guest ice cream Extra rich GRAHAM CRAC ERS . . . ;;x" we Lemon-Lime and Assorted Mixers.Vanilla contains 16% butterfat. Libby's Sliced. Delicious, Economical. Plus Deposit. TEA TIMER CRACKERS. IDEAL AFTERNOON SNACKS. [Shasta Vz Kosher Ddls . . . GEl 49c Case of 12-L89 BUTTER WAFERS ..... t o s. Ti ..,.,.,,..,....,.,,,PICKLING TIME 3/49c Gives The Right Tang to Pickles. ~ QUARTS OLD MILL VINEGAR ... Cal A Practical Way to Buy Salt for Pickling. -l[aA SN0 WHITE SALT 4-Lb. 1Dr; ...... Bag Kerr. Dependable. Ideal for Pickles. 1 05 REGULAR JARS ....... Do . Pints NOW AT SAFEWAY ~, DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES White, Yellow or Devil Food, made by Duncan Hines. COOKIE SALE ....... ' ........... Starring Emlemm'y Clooney - Anna.Maria Alberghetti - Laaritz Melchior "THE STARS ARE SINGING" Color by Technicolor Assoi'ted pastel colors to add !)eautv to your bath. Roll Fresh caught salmon. Whole or half fish, head and tail on. LB. Freeze, can, smoke or bake it. Center Cut Roast 350, Center Cut ~teaks 39c .... Cocoanut Cookies Meaty for Barbecuing or Serve With Dressing. ~itr~ Jane. Arden. The Cookies with 12-Oz ---- PORK SPARERIBS. i~, ll the Part] Flavor. , . Pkg. " Be sure to have plenty oat hand Pkg, sliced. SerVe with Bacon or Onions. Economical "~- "( Eve. ,:IS p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 Jane Arden. A Favorite Wit~ the Children. .j~ ~ ' ~ ........... IS and ,)icnies of 80 BEEF LIVER ..... r g F OATMEAL COOKIES Ior sunimer t " * Armour s Banner or Kornland Serve Bacon and Eggs fo ![ THU~-FRI.'SAT. - AUG. 27-28.29 " .... g. Jane Arden. Ideal for Between-Meal Snacks. ~ ~ ' ' ] l~] I',, FRESH FIG BARS ,s-o,. ~C CONVENIENT AND ECO SLICED BACON .... ni, "MA AND PA KETTLE Jane Arden. So Nice to Serve "With Cold'I~rkgn~. Opt,,= ZEE PAPER TOWELS Roll 2/29C _ i;h "Choice" or "Prime." Very tender. ~ --'- ON VACATION" e-o z., Starring SUGAR WAFERS .......... Pkg " JL~ .... ND DEPENDABLE, STOCK UP NOW. Lamb Shoulder Steaks lb. 59c PAN RI a q Jane Arden. Choc. Coated. Delicious With Milk. 6~d% ~-~ ."~--~mm ~ve~vvr~ , ~/~'~'~ Mc~|orie Main & Percy Kilbrlde COATED GRAHAMS ...... [,]o.~. zt c COMFOKI I~L~.~ .... 750's ~]O~L, "Choice" or Good Serve sw ed I .nd Beef Round Steak .......... lb. 75C I C='_:;~ w~lte Of Ml Plus One Hour : Janelgt Trrlr~Pll~l~ ~/~.t%rlrt/' Fresh Party Cookies.l~TT~.~e S-Oz." ~/'~C$~W ~ZEE. EXTRA LAR----'~ ....... "~" ~"~'" .............. "~'~ n~'r~rlrZl~" -- ----- en Cut Easy to Prepare ] chUieke~ and duZ ~*- -- ..... - .F. NAPKINS . . -,0.s 2/Z5c Ev - 1 "Bugs Bunny Cartoon Pork Shoulder Steak .... lb. 59c [ economy mea.. ~e is ] "N ;R ound Eone to Ca e. ik 4 as Carnival" 1 ' ABSORBENT, sOFT. MORE SHEETS--LAST LO O Pork Shoulder Roast ...... lb. 49c [ gu.~ ]d COl .~.o. .... ,o.~, kl g a r el ~es CHIFFON TISSUE ..... 100.s 2/25c I~ :pple Vict~ Maturein Comedyand PatriciaRiot Neal Zee Handy or Lunches, Picnics.lh~ In Own ?ispenser Holder. 9/~..~ DELICATELY. SCENTED. MILD COMPLEXION SOAP ;_.hay Camels, Luckies, Old Golds, PhlhpMorris. "" ..... 40's Param t Napks. Req 't ne "SOMETHING FOR rresn at Sazeway. ~anctwl~n Da,~ "" Bondware. For Pi0 io , o/o ' SIERRA PINE SOAP si,t Mr THE BIRDS" Carton __ Costs Little Saves Much, O0~r~ nr'VOuns P% /-2]~d~P FOR SCRUBBING FLOORS AND WOODWORK. J r one 16 Og rs Fh ,.. Fern Wax Paper. i25's ---~- Fern. Each Package a Different '~'-" SPIC N SPAN ...... Pk dware Plastlc Coated g~ ]6~p~ pastel color. ~=t~r~_ ZoI g' A a-er Plates. ,o:9" /ZD Cockt'lNapk's. 0,s z/z c R EEMYOUROOU O.A SAFEWAY "" i ' rs M inda Dmell ,n "'" ........ .------- OXYDOL DETERGENT. . . "ISLAND 0r DESIRE" CANNED " . ~ ' m m SHINES AS IT DRIES. FOR ALL LINOLEUM. '~l|t|.= ~"n* lc SALE Drama in the South SeaScolor by Technicolor D''" LIQUID SHORTENING AND SALAD OIL. " LIo?oUID yy2?AXN . . . ~T .... SE,~,,-,-5 M~ z WESSON 01L . . . . . . . ~u;;, 69c g:2|es a tre?Z?pr ice .P V YOUR HOUSE. 1 Brew 66 O1 m la and get 2 cakes for le The Nation's New Singing Sensa- Rain'er, , y P" EASY TO SLICE IDEAL FOR COLD MEAT PLATE. fN/~. hl :K DEODORANT .. 51/, tlo~s!--im a grand happiness hit! and Lucky Lager. ADMfHID g TIpE, " 12-Oz. A~]o REG SI"~' ~/"F~ZI~ r~a~iva~Ja~ ~ aila~saa . . . Can .~t/q., ~ ........ ~ v.~ze VE~ ~NOWS. READY TO EAT. A MEAL IN .A C.~,~I. CLAM CHOWDER 15oz 27C Can c..o,~..1.02 ,'Choice" or "Good," BLade Cut. Serve With Fresh ~tnd O BEEF POT ROAST . . " ,c aeom "Choice" or ,'Prime," Shoulder Cut. Very Tender and Ju" Y. ]~reme: LAMB ROAST ...... Will not burn For dishes and aion 12.07.- CAN SNOWS. MAKE YOUR OWN CHOWDER. MINCED CLAMS. . . . .'v'Zc. 30c 15-Oz. Pkg.