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PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 195L ][geles. Mrs. Howard became ill ~P[.[~Tf~TO~k/" hT,~ Hwhile visiting here. They spent L~:~, L-" ~'-"" "*.--'~' Iltwo weeks visiting Mr and Mrs. ~ars. ~aary ~es~, corre, ponaenL I[ [t Barney Garber. Henry Malberg of Chicago, a| Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holland are former resident of the Heights,|the proud parents of a second called On Mr. and Mrs. Rush| boy born to them on Sunday at Hershberger on Friday. ttenry's|the Arlington General Hospital. parents made the first improve-] The baby, yet unnamed, weighed merits on the place now owned[6 lbs. 6 oz. by Mr. and Mrs. Barney Garber.] Mrs. Ada Bissell, a former It has been six years since his[ neighbor, has been living at last visit to the community.|2238 N.E. 13th, Portland, Ore., Henry came west to attend the lwhile she is attending to the wedding of his youngest sister, ca.e,- of her mother, who has been Joan, which took place in Ev- quite ill. The neighbors extend erett last week. their good wishes to Mrs. Owen Mrs. Jennie Krull of Wenat- for a speedy recovery. thee, Wash., visited with Mr. Miss Katherine Dirks spent a and Mrs. Walter Best on Wed- few days in Seattle. nesday, staying over night. She Visitors at the home of Mrs. formerly resided on the Kelly Doris Bissell this week were Mrs. WHITE HORSE Mrs. M. Fleming, corresponding. 1VIrs. Cliff Denman was gues of honor at a birthday party held at her home on Aug. 17, when a small group of friends gathered to, help her celebrate. Among those present were Mesdames Chilcote, Nermo, Hansen, Swill- ing, Twilligear, and Bertels, also Bess Shattuck, all of White Horse, and Shirley May Roberts of Seattle. Jean Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell of White Horse, was married re- cently to Harry Bound of Oso. The wedding was held at the Marysville Catholic Church, with Father McGill officiating. place from '37 to '40. Drusie Woods and Mrs. Woods' Those from here who attended Guests at the home of Mr. son-in-law, Mr. Teddy Montaro, the wedding were Mrs. Pamela and Mrs. Walter Lathrop on and his three children. Keenan, Mrs. Anna Mac Engles Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A.H. ~Mrs. Lydia Dirks had the and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ashe. Fairchild of South Bend and Mr. pleasure of a visit from her Rodney Bertels has returned and Mrs. Bert L. Wing of Se-granddaughter and husband, to his home here after having attic. [Mr. and Mrs. A1 L3tle and also spent the summer in the east Mrs. Gerda Persson was pleas-] her great granddaughter of Su- with relatives. antly surprised on her birthdaylsanville, Calif., on Tuesday of Mrs. A. K. Breviek of Tacoma Saturday when friends came to lthis week. returned to her home last Fri- celebrate with her. They were Those from the Heights at- day after having spent the past Mr. and Mrs. A1 Kluin, Jerry tending and enjoying a picnic two months here with her sons Ktuin, Dici, Bob, John and of the Farm Bureau at Lake and their families, Karl and Pete. Also Claudia and Susie. Stevens on Sunday were Mr. Art Gladsjo. Elzie Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Best, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell John Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Buckley and Mr. and Mrs. Roy of Seattle spent last week vis. Sensen and Hanna. She received Lenhart and daughters, and Mr. iting with the Ashe family at some very nice gifts, and Mrs. Joe Bauer. Squire Creek. They also attend- Mr. Harry Hansen was home over the webk-end. The house is getting a new coat of paint. IAndquists Observe 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Li'ndquist celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Thursday, August 23, at their apartment in Ever- etL Open house was held all day. The apartment was spe- cially decorated for the occasion Sgt. Edgar Baker and Mrs. ed the Campbell-Bound nuptials Baker and children have moved held at Marysville. into their home. Mr. Baker has Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Setson retired after 30 years of service were week-end visitors in Bel- in the Army. Their place had lingham. been occupied by the Cornings. Lewis Ashe returned home Miss Judith Harrison of Seattle from the east coast on Thurs- visited her sister, Mrs. Thora day of last week. Recently dis- Norman and family from Friday charged from the army, he until Monday. Then Thora re- bought a car and drove home, turned with her to Seattle and visiting numerous relatives in spent the day with her Dad. North Carolina, and stopping by Mr. and Mrs. Russell, the! Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ross of at Washington, D.C., for a visit. center piece being a bouquet of Montana are making calls and On Tuesday of last week vis- yellow roses and gold mums. visits to their friends in the iting at the Seton home were Mrs. Russell is their daughter, neighborhood. We all welcome Mr. and Mrs. Will Dorner of Mr. and Mrs. John Lindquist them back. Brodhead, Wis., their grand- and daughters Gretchen and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Garber daughter Betty Dorner of Chicago Joan attended the festivities, are delighted with a visit by his and Mrs. Maud Schumacher of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Thorsen aunt of Spokane, who is yet very Footville, Wis., also Mrs. Ida motored to Pullman, Wash., on spry at age of ninety. Schuett and Mary Schuett of Ev. Friday to seek an apartmentI Miss Norita Tveit accompanied erson, and Mrs. Lois Laudensky for the winter. They were guests Mrs. Floyd Wagner to a picnic and three daughters of Cle Elum. of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Holland. in Darrington on Sunday honor- On Sunday, they all attended a On their return trip home on ing the German Studer)t Elsa, family reunion picnic at Wood- Sunday noon while dining inwho is residing with Mr. and land Park. Ritzville th?y met the frmer:Mrs. John Wrage in town. "Annie I~u Patch" and her hub- by, who now reside at Richland. Miss Sharon Brown was guest of honor at a dinner party at Mr. and Mrs. Howard, parents of Mrs. Barney Garber, have re- turned to their home at Port An- eleSrri,g ever made that 1tAts your finger 'PERFECTLY! the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Wold, on Tues- day, Aug. 21st, celebrating her 17th birthday. The guests attend- ed the theatre in the evening in a group. E/ECTRII] Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Maltsber- get and family were guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and RANGES Mrs. Walter Maltsberger of Marysville, on Sunday night and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Slaugder ---The world's best at very and daughter Edelle of Bakers- field, Calif', made a short visit~reasonable prices. on Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson ---See the new models today. attended a conference of the Latter Day Saints in Seattle on Easy terms and good Sunday. Nine of the eleven members of the Arlington Heights Girls' 4-H Club exhibited at the County ,air held at Memorial Park in Marysville from Aug. 22 through the 25th. From 22 exhibits they won 12 blues, 9 red ribbons. The members carry 8 projects: Jr. Foods, Baking I, II, III and IV, Clothing I and II, also IX, Food trades. HENRY MURRAY Preservation and Meal Prepara- tion. Miss Norita Tveit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Tveit, won second place in Sr. Division on the county judging team and was awarded a silver pin on Saturday evening. She also won a gold pin for her dairy foods demonstration. Miss Donita Liddle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liddle, R. 3, performed with the tuml~ling team on the Friday evening's program at the Fair. Donita along with Donna Lenhart and Ann Adolfson, presdnted a skit on Friday evening's program titled, "The Bride Bakes Bis- cuits." Donita Liddle was absent at Saturday evening's program when it was announced she was winner of a gold pin for her il- lustrated lecture on "Selecting the Jars for Canning." Additional visitors from the Heights at the Marysville 4-H Fair were Misses Betty Leffler and Etoise Best, Ronhld Tveit Bill Tveit, D a vi d Lenhart James Taylor, Jr., Mrs. Alfred ~z~mJd"Tsf oz~ o~ Adolfson, Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lenhart and Mrs. Walter Best. Mr. Virsil Chrisman has com- menced placing siding on his house and is also painting it. A better than one-inch rain- fall on Tuesday and Tuesday night was most welcome. With but one light sprinkling of rain since the early part of June we must have established a record. O Arlington T~IUR.-FRI.-SAT., AUG. 30-31-SEPT. 1 "Tomahawk" With Van Heflin, Yvonne DeCarlo Disney Cartoon, Cartoon, Technicolor Featurette SUN.-MON., SEPT. 2-3 "I Can Get It For You Wholesale" Starring Dan Dailey and Susan H~/ward Plus News, Cartoon and Special Short TUES.-WED, SEPT. 4-5 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, Jr;~" in "The Great Man Hunt" Plus Cartoon and Comedy WAMIIJkM| FROM $100 TO $1000 AT Arlington --Are better washers! --Better see us today. Good trades and easy terms. HENRY MURRAY Arlington SEPT, "Appointment With Danger" With Alan Ladd and .Phyllis Calvert Plus Screen Snapshot, and Woody Woodpecker Cartoons LEASE--50-acre Grade A bottom land farm to right party. Ren- ter will have to buy the stock and equipment. Inquire Bert Brekveldt, R. 4, 3rd house N. of Haller bridge. ELECTRIC WASHER -- Excellent condition --- $34.95 complete. Henry Murray, Arlington~ FOR SAI, E,..---8.weeks-old pigs-- $20.00. ~/~ mile north Smokey Point on 99. Joe Vosika, Ar- lington, R. 5. WANTED TO BUY---Horses, any kind, any amount; top prices. C. A. McMillan, Arlington. Ph. 183. Extra gooct Chester White pigs, 3-14 weeks, $35.00 each; 8-12 weeks 30.00 each. Phone 243W3. kSHLEY WOOD HEATER--Like ~-U, , new--Was traded for a larger size---S69.50 complete. Henry Murray, Arlington~___~ FOR SALE--1937 Terraplane. Ph. Stanwood 26F22. SCHOOL TEACHER Needs a 2- Bedroom Unfurnished House to rent. Call Mr. M. E. Hen. drickson, Washington Grade School. HOUSE, 26 ft. long, very good condition, Reduced price. See at old Taylor Mill, 9 miles east of Arlington. COLEMAN -OIL HEATER--Me- dium size. Condition like new. $49.50 complete. Henry Mur- ray, Arlington. Phone 2391. Arlington ------ and Division. LOST--Black and white male after 6 p.m. cat. Lost at Cedar Stump, ----------- Wednesday, Aug. 29. Reward. FOR SALE -- '39 Mrs. Robert Story, 7421 55th Good condition; N.E., Seattle 5, Wash." 1361. BLACKBERRY PICKUP -- Charles Nelson is now picking up Ev- ergreen blackberries at Cas- ner Grocery, Trafton. chores and general mainten- ance. May live in. Apply at Arlington General Hospital. GOOD PEAT SOIL- Am now moving some good peat soil. Your chance to secure 4-yard load at $8.00. Must act quick. Roy Robb, Phone 187Wl. WANTED--Green alder poles. FOR SALE--Oil and wood rang- Contact Arlington Plug Co. es; davenports and dressers. Be ready with plenty o! "GOOD EATS" trom SAFEWAY Taste Tells, LARGE in ......... No. 2$/~- tomato sauce .-- @ Rainier, or A c m e. Handy, 12-oz. cans. CASE 48, $3.55 ...... Best Foods QUART or Nu-Made. . ..JAR saving price ............................ Blossom Time, 1.LB. Creamed. . ............. CTN. Fresh daily! sparklers. 10.OZ. Also ....... PKG. Frozen Broccoli .................... Or Grape Soda. Crag. mont. Plus dep. CASE 'f~ $1.79 2 o,s. 31e Armour's: ~Iust chill, slice an~.serve! 12-Oz. Can ....... L...:... Mrs. Wright's FRESH BREAD 23C Lunch Box. Quart Jar, SANDWICH SPREAD. 64c Homogenized or regular. LUCERNE MILK...qt. 19c Nalley's. A picnic must POTATO CHIPS .'.7-oz. 37 Our finest, l-lb. bag NOB HILL COFFEE.. 82c Milky Way, Baby Ruth -- 5 for 20c HERSHEY BARS .... 95c Bondware. 9-Inch PAPER PLATES..pkg. 17c ELBERTAS U. S. No. I fancy, pre-cooled and defuzzed. Extra fine quality, famous Yakima Valley fruit. Selected large sizes. PEARS Washington grown Bartletts. Ungrad- ed. Now at peak of oa oo, 1.79 26-LB. BOX ........ 25-LB. BOX Vine-ripened HalVe and serve with ice cream. POUND .............. -' Party Pride, r i c h, creamy assorted fla- vors. Quart ............ White Embossed. Pkg. of 80 ZEE NAPKINS..2 pkgs. 27 Famous Dixie Cups. cold drink. 12's DIXIE CUPS ..2 pkgs. 29c oshor Style 29 DILL PICKLES .24-oz. C Evaporated. Case 48---$6.72 CHERUB MrLK 3 42C Lucky Strike, Old Gold, Chesternd. CIGARETTES .2 pkgs. Oac 90 NETTED GEM Pt Famous Y a k i m a Netted Gems. U.S. No. 1 3c Washed and clean- ed. All purpose. Pound ...... 50.LB~ Guaranteed ripe! WATERMELONS ...... lb. 3c Golden ripe BANANAS .................. lh, 17c Serve with butterl SWEET CORN ......... '.Ea. 5c Sweet, local pascal CELERY Fancy green Bell PEPPERS Yellow, clean, slla00lll ONIONS SMALL 12-16 LBS. Swift's "Premium" or Armour's "Star" Short Shank. LARGE 20-24 LBS. Armour's "Star" dr Cudahy's short shank. A holiday treat! lb. 63c lb. 57 MARSHMALLOWS, Campfire ......... " CRACKER JACKS, candy coated popcor MARSHMALLOWS, Fluff-LEst ....... CHUN KING NOODLES, crisp, tasty PICKLED PIGS FEET DAINTIES, FRENCH'S PREPARED MUSTARD ..." Make a tasty meat loaf GROUND BEEF ................. lb.65c Loin cuts, tender' PORK CHOPS ................. lb. 75c u s and 79C LEG OF LAMB ................. lb. Hormel's or Armour's fancy b SLICED BACON .............. .1 59c Milwaukee or Swlft's SKINLESS WIENERS " 59c FRYERS TURKEYS Certi:fresh, cUt=up. Serve with 1951 crop Bronze Spring Hens. N.Y. Dressed " Broadbreasts. 12 cranberry sauce. to 14 Ibs. lb. 69c lb. 57c sPiC 'N SPAN No rinsing, no wiping. ,.,.~ ................................ 25c SIERRA PINE Fragrance of the pinewoods. Reg..aBrs ......................... 17c BLU.WHITE Blues as it washes! 3-Oz, Ctns ....................... WHITE KING Granulated soap powder. ,C PALMOLIVE For lovely complexions. Bath Size .................... OXYDOL Washes clothes white! 24-Oz. " QQC Cta .............. :.::: ............ J) WOODBURY Mild and gentle, lc sale. Bath Size ...................... FAB For every 19-Oz. Ctn. IvoRY For washing 121/z-Oz. Ctn. Sweet, 1.Lb. Ctn. Prices effective Friday and Saturday, teml~r.~$1, subject to market change~ Ar/ing~ sales to dealers. Sorry, we right t% ~i~t quantities.