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PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, \₯ AS IINGTON, THURSDAY, SF,PT. 3, 1953. - visit with her folks in England. on Vacation." Later Charlie and FORMER RESIDENTS Assembly of God Church I [ ,,$^ $^ PEAT SOIL FOR RrTP~: HILL She is a war bride of World War Eva Chew called to spend the PAY VISIT HERE Rev. Verdun Delgatty, pastor lUU L~ttC tU ~, aOD |3 Bjerkaker. Phone *"'-~""" II. evening and to take RonnieI Mr and Mrs N. Kenneth Sa- Sunday Serviceg: -S u n d a y ...'77:':T,,.,.-.~'-Z-Z---Z..-7-- Z7---------7 By Laura Preston Louie Bluemke was guest of home. David starts his first grade,ther with their son Kenny andlSchool and Adult Bible Class, m~.Lw~u.L~-Alfler, nr, ormaple. Dry Wood for Sale, Thorger Johnson from Wednes-tof school Wednesday and he is daughter Sharon of Long Beach 9:45 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. ~nn umea snav~ngs an~saw- cook stove. Call Mw~ • ~,lr~| day through Saturday. SundayIall thrilled about it. [Calif made a brief visit in Ar'iEvening service, 8 p.m. 1 ofl~’~/2 l~ussell ~mner. t'none Arlington 2822. avaio. ~t~;~,au~,~6 Thorger, accompanied by Bill and/ Someone has quite a taste for~lington last week. Stops on their, Tuesday, 8 p.m.--Prayer and l ...... d[~,,,~,~ ~ |~t,~ Ida Holm, enjoyed the drive over/chicken' especially chicken thatlvacation trip included a week in[Bible Study. ]FOR SALE--2 brood sows. Phone FOR SALE--25 sqt ~,,uuacll aaJl ouub~; the Mt. Loop highway, tsomeone else has fed and caredlMontane, where Mr. Sather'sI Friday, 8 p.m.~Youth Service.] 255W5. tapered shakes $1 Leila Steckelberg was honored[ Ronnie Chew stayed overnight l for. Saturday six more were sto-]relatives were having a reunion,[~ I ~ ft..fence posts, al last Wednesday -by having beenIFriday with his cousin David/len from Leslie Sprott while heland a few days in Seattle withihere the Sathers were house[WANTED -- Ride to Everett by Phone 178Wl or 21 chosen by Mrs Frances Oleson. Steckelberg. Saturday afternoon[was downtown. This is the sec. IMrs. Sathers aunt and cousins, lguests of former neighbors onI 7:25 a.m. or to Seattle by 8:30 For Home Delivery of the County Extension Service Leila took the two boys to the]ond time within a short while Mrs. N. K. Tvete, Mrs. Ella Foss McLeod avenue, t h e AlbertI a.m. week days. Call 21Fll Sat- Arlington and to be judge of all entries of home show to see Ma and Pa Kettle that he has lost chickens, and Mrs. Nina Shevrum. While Lamps and Art Thompsons. urday or Sunday. furnishings, arts and crafts, for both the 4-H and Snohomish County, at the Skagit County Fair, in Mt. Vernon. She also judged the Home Demonstration booth. This was really an honor and we congratulate Leila. Birthday Party For Taffy Preston Taffy Preston was the honored one at a birthday party, at her home, in celebration of her first year birthday. The main attrac- tion was a little red wagon, lhe gift of her cousins, Larry and Ter- ry Lynn Holland, and in which Taffy spent most of the afternoon riding. She also received many other nice presents. The birthday cake was an adorable "Jolly Clown" cake which, along with the ice-cream, was the 'real' party for all the other little playmates. The guests were Robbie Putman, s(evie Marshlain, Wayne and Mi- chael Preston, Terry Lynn and Larry Holland, also most of the mothers. Taffy's two grandmoth. ers, Ethel Holland and Laura Preston, were there too. She also received gifts from her cousins, Olive and Myrna Howard of Springfield, Ore., and Craig Pres- ton of Toledo, Wash. Eileen Drivstuen, granddaugh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli, St., underwent an emergency op- eration on her throat Friday morning, at the Everett General hospital. At this writing she is home and reported doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Preston were surprised, and pleased, by a phone call recently from a friend whom they hadn't seen since she was a small girl. The former Lunette Vos, now Mrs. Elwell, of Muskegon, Mich., was in town visiting a relative. After' calling to tell she was here, ar- rangements were made for an evening visit, which was so greatly enjoyed. Lunette, with her parents, was across-the-street neighbor of the Prestons, in Ar- lington. The Vos family moved to Michigan when Lunette was about 9 years old and this was her first return visit. Sunday atternoon and evening visitors at the Damask. home were Mr. and ]t~rs. Steve Rado- wits and family of Everett. Wayne Preston, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Preston. ha~ been ill with tonsilitis but is greatly improved now and .well on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson and daughter Carol, of Granite Falls, and Mrs. Davldson s father, Mr. St. DeJor, of Tacoma, were Sun- day visitors at the Johnny John- son home. Later in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson stopped in on their way home from a picnic at Lake Goodwin. Stella, Sandra and Byron Par- sons went east of the mountains Saturday morning, returning Sunday night. Their mission was visiting and getting fruit, peach- cs and prunes. They visited'with Stella s sister and family, the Springer's, at Malaga, then with friends, the Reeves and Sines, in Cashmere. They stayed overnight at the home of Mr/uteri Mrs. Cross ip Veenatchee. The tree-ripened peaches they brought home are really delicious. Monday callers at the Parsons home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parsons of Bellingham, Stella's sider, Mrs. Elsie Howell, also of Bellingham, and Mrs. Howell',c son Paul, of New York. Paul How- ell is a te~/cher at N.Y.U. but ha:: been doing summer teaching al Cohlmbia University. He is hav- ing a brief vacation and is visit ing his mother before returning to his regular position at N.Y.U His wife and two small sons will be returning home soon Irom a Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.m. THUIL-FRI.-SAT: - - - SEPT. 3-4-5 The Nation's New Singing Sensa- tions!--in a grand happiness hit! Starring Rosemary Clooney - AnnQ Metric AIberghetti . Lauritz Melchior "THE STARS ARE SINGING!' Color by Technicolor SUN.-MON ..... SEPT. 6-7 Alan Ladd - Deborah Kerr Corinne Calvet - Charle• Boyer "THUNDER IN THE EAST" Romance in the Far East TUES..WED. SEPT 8-9 Peter Lawford - Richard Greene in "ROGUE'S MARCH" Adventure and Drama THU.-FRI.-SAT. - SEPT. 10-11-12 Tyrone Power - Piper Lcmrie in "THE MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER" Action and Romance on the Mississippi Color by Technicolor f t BLOSSOM TIME, LARGE OR SMALL CURDS, ALSO WITH CHIVE. Pound SEPTEI Armour's Star or Diamond F Whole or shank half, 10 to 14.1bs. Average. For the holiday dinner. Lb. [’ Wilson's Short Shank Whole or shank half, 20 to 24- lbs. average, tender, mild cured. Lb. CANNED Rath's Boneless. Easy to prepare, just heat and serve. SKINLESS Milwaukee, Swift's or Bar S, cello packaged. SLICED Veal, Olive, C h i e k e n, Pickle and Head Cheese. , 47c Morrell's, carefully smoked, 4-8 lbs. ave., cello. SMALL PICNICS . lb. 43c Youn colored, cut-up, ready for the pan, tender. FRESH FRYERS.. lb. 63c Beltsville, 10 to 12-lb~. ave. Ready to cook. SMALL TURKEYS . lb. 57c Easy to carve, "Prime" or "Choice." LEG OF LAMB . . lb. 62c Canadian, smoked, boned and tied. BONELESS BUTTS. lb. 69c U.S. "Choice" or "Good," beef, delicious barbecued SIRLOIN STEAKS.. lb. 69c U.S. "Choice" or "Goo’l," blade cut. BEEF POT ROAST. lb. 41c Safewayquality,' ground fresh daily. GROUND BEEF . . lb. 39c FRESH SALMON Can, freez, bake, fry or broil. Whole or I.D. half fish. Picnic Suggestions White embossed nap- kins. Keep plenty on Pkg. hand. of 80 Ruth Ashbrook, have plenty for your holiday. Hot Dog Buns. . 21c Bondware, have plenty for hot coffee. Paper Plates P g" 2/25 • * of 10 C Sliced Kosher, flavor magic for your meals. Libby's Dills • • -,or 29c Adds flavor to meats and sandwiches. Frenc.h's Mustard • 16c School Supplies Crayolas, sixteen as- Pkg. sorted ~olors. of 16 Ruled pencil tablets, 33 sheets of paper. Pencil Tablets .. • Each Mallard, stock up now for school. L d P il Pkg. ea enc s . . • of 6 LePage's, ideal for school children. White Paste 4.o,. • " • Jar 5c 15c 10c NALLEY'S, STAYS CRISP, A MUST FOR THE HOLIDAY PICNIC. 7-Oz. • l • • • Pkg. SNOW STAR,3DELICIOUS FLAVORS, CHOCOLATE, VANILLA O1~ STRAWBERRY. . Quart 29c Half • • • • • • Gal. PIEDMONT, GUARANTEED FRESH, FOR THAT PICNIC SALAD OR SANDWICH. Quart • • Jar WHITE SATIN, FINE GRANULATED, FOR COOKING AND ALL YOUR CANNING NEEDS. • • • . m • TRY IT, FOR PICNIC SANDWICHES OR COLD MEAT PLATES. • • • • • BREAKFAST GEMS, GRADEAA. EVERY EGG GUARANTEED FRESH. | • • • • • • BEL-AIR, FRESH FROZEN, MAKES A FULL QUART OF DELICIOUS JUICE. • • • • • BEL-AIR FRESH FROZEN, ENJOY FRESH TASTING LEMONADE. • • • • • 6-Oz. • Can BEVERAGE POWDER, WIDE ASSORTMENT FOR PICNI[C REFRESHMENTS. l • I I II Win Valuable PRIZES Including Other prizes include: • 5-PIECE SILVER SERVICE • 64-PIECE SILVERWARE SET ~ o • ° • Get your free tickets at: your nearby friendly Safewav. TASTE TELLS, IN TOMATO SAUCE AND PORK, A PICNIC MUST Large 21/z • Can SNOW CLOUD, ALWAYS FRESH AND TENDER, DELICIOUS TOASTED. 8-Oz. • • • Pkg. DEEPFRY, PLAIN OR POWDERED SUGAR, FRESH DALLY. Pkg. • • • of 6 CRAGMONT, ORANGE, ROOT BEER, STRAWBERRY, CREME. PLUS DEPOSIT. Case of 12 Ill II Canned Beer Olympia, Rainier, Heidelberg. Buy'now for the holi- day. Case of 12 12-Oz. 1.98 MIB QUICK RICE re Get new ideas for cooked in Buy your copy Still Only THIS WEEK'S Cooks in a jiffy, light and fluffy. 8.Ounce Pkg. .C SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING STRAWBERRY Oil BERRY. Enjoy buy this famous at this sensational ": 1.89 Full • Quarts 10-Lb. • Bag 4-Lb. Can Now in. both King and Regular sizes. REGULAR sIzE K1NG SIZE p~ Carton Carton 2.13 Pkg 2.23 °, IIIII Sunshine, delicious cream filled sandwiches. HYDROX COOKIES 39c • • • • Pkg. 12-Oz. • Can ]ANE " The liquid shortening or salad dressing. WESSON OIL Quor, 73c • • • • Bottle Treet, made from juicy pork and tender beef. LUNCH MEAT l .oz. 47c • • • • • • Can Lighter than ever, the Wesson Oil shortening. Doz. 6-Oz, Can r’ FREE Get your free every package of Jane Arden miss this special LUC, Breakfast sausage, pure pork, small links. RATH'S SAUSAGE ..oz. 39c • • • • • Can '"~-87c Can • • • Pkg. Homogenized milk tamin D added. Half Gal. Whipp ~/, Pt. 33c, Cream ,z Now is the time to can or freeze. Pre-cooled Full and defttzzed, every 26-Lb. box guaranteed at Box Safeway. Preeooled and defuzzed, can or freeze. Full now! Carefully sorted, every box guaran- 26-Lb. teed. Box U. S. NO. 1 FANCY AND EXTRA FANCY. FINEST QUALITY FOR 28-Lb. • Box • • • Lb. RED-I~IPE, FOI~ THE HOLIDAY, EVERY MELON' GUARANTEED. • • • LARGE, WELL FILLED EARS, EXCELLENT QUALITY. • • • Large Ears... SUNKIST Med. size, extrab~’'OC juicy . . . full of healthy vitamins. ~. U. S. NO. 2 Yakima Netted S0-Lb. G e m s. Clean washed. ~lg STAHL MEYER LIVERWURST 414-0 " ........... Can PABST-ETT CHEESE SPREAD ........... Pkg. PARSON'S SUDSY HSLD. AMMONIA ..... Pint Prices effective Friday and Saturday, Sept. 4th and Sth, in No sales to dealers. BABY Liver, Pork, Veal or the baby. 31/vOz. Can .' LUNCH Easy to prepare, good to eat. 12-Oz. Can