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• r tI ' i" PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, AS [NGTON, THURSDAY, SLPT. 17, 1953. Too Late to Classify Anywhere Anytime C. F. BADGLEY Phone 171W3 Arlington FOR SALE -- 4-year-old Reg. Double Standard Polled Here- ford Bull. Martin Anderson. Phone 302W2~ FOR SALE--Ready for locker-- Full grown~,~grain.fed geese. Phone 272Wl. ABRUZZI RYE--Recleaned seed $4.75 per cwt. Arlngton Feed & Farm Supply Phone 491 Brand new Model Ashley Wood Frigidaire Automatic. Washer --] LIVESTOCK BUYER I WANTED---FERN PICKERS IBull Service--Reg. White Face. I Cabbage for kraut. Heaters now in stock -- Wel Like new condition--complete-[ Phone 171W3 Arlington [By Callison's. Present prices 14cI Phone 171W3 Arlington. ] heads; 21~c lb. Emil " ly modernized and guaranteed.! .... r per bunch. Contact Callison's I~' --[ ~ MilP E of Bryant r a . ' ............ -~- " t~ade nd easy terms.--Henry[ ---This machine was traded for Quaker Off Heaters -- MontagI Langley, Wash. ~el. 7830 orIFOR SALE -- 26 ft Vagabondl ~~ ~vturray, Arlington. a brand new Frigidaire Auto- Wood Heaters.--Better see us Seattle Elliott 7752. trailer in good condition. Rea- FOR SALE--1 practic~l~ ~"--'Z---~.---- matte--Terms----S100 discount ttoday. Terms and trades. Henry -- ----~ sonabl'e Jack Comnston, above lC. Little automatic c ,~ena)x wasner -- ~rana new --- from new price ---Henry Mur- l Murray, Arlington. STRAYED f r o m Southermark Olvmnic Theatre " I Complete with 100 tt La[es[ moaei --- never uses ---ray, Arlington. - ' - pasture, one cream colored " ~- " i pipe, and $139.50 complete. Henry Mur. I CUP UP,FRYER TURKEY, 49c lb. heifer, coming fresh. C. F. Spring Lambs for Sale. Get one 315J3 after 6 p.m. ray, Arlington. FOR SALE---'29 Chrysler buzz[ Lawty s Turkey Farm. Phone ]~adgley, R. 5, Arlington. Phone for your locker. R. L. Currier, FO~L---~ H. C. Little Automatic Wa-----~l Fur-~- saw. Call Arlington 182W5. t 187W3.~____ 171W._..~3~__ _ R. 2, 5 miles out on Jordan rd.___._, part dairy--21c lb. naces and heaters--By far the FOR SALE--Grain-fed hog, but- Fordor '49 Ford. Original mileage FOR SALE---3-bedroom home, 1 WANTED--By young man, work, Mrs. Harold Morris, finest made--terms and trades, chered, ready to eat. Half or] less than 30,000 miles. Phone block off Olympic. Newly dec- by day, or month. See Night east of Bryant, on Itenry Murray, Arlington. whole. Phone 237J2. 1475 Arlington. orated; $5,750. Phone 2105. Marshal. Phone 2362. road. FOR SALE--A large made to or- der copper boiler for canning, also baskets to put the jars in, makes it easy to remove the hot jars 508 French Ave Ph I lik~ ABRUZZI RECLEA. 'E, RYE, newlE ] bag ................... 100 lbs. ItUNTER g." SON" 1~~:. /~'ii~ Phone 2051 '1| ..... I iir i':il BEET PULP ]l~~ 50 Lb. Paper Bags $1.70 [IB~ By the ton, $67.00 [i~it~lmd~i Pick up at store. [i~ HUNTER & SON |~~~ __ Phone 205 /| ,tg/ We trade Stoves, Heaters andl Rhnges. Now is the time to get|~ best allowance. Henry Murray,/~ Arlington. ELMER C. MAIER SUZANNA • Piano and Organ Instruction Contact Mrs. Win. Simpson Phone 542 U i 0~ Quick, easy to prepare for hot SISC fluffy pancakes. [ Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. ] Telephone 2117 Club Backs 31/ - Lb. Road Oiling " " ld Bag The Commflnity Cluo ne their meeting at the Harold Hel- geland home on Friday evening. Plans were discussed to buy paint a little at a time so that they will have it all by spring when they plan to paint the hall. They also discussed getting the road oiled. Anyone interested in having it o!l~d, \voul~ you please go and see the commissioners any Monday morning. The club would also like to thanl4 those who donated to the bake sale. "And There Was Light'" Mr• and Mrs. J. D. Patch were very happy last week to be able to hook up to the electricity. They celebrated the occasion with party of 43 relatives and friends on Sunday, September 6. Mrs. Patch and Mrs. Morgan were also honored for their birthday the same day. Mr..and Mrs. Patch's grandchildren, Allan and Kevin Gwin of Mr. Vernon, spent tim week-end with them to help cele- brate. PACK TRAIN Make breakfast a treat. Serve with pancakes. Half Gallon DALEWOOD Fresh, yellow.cubes. For your breakfast toast or cooking needs. To Visit in Illinois Mrs. Sigma, ,,t.tgeland left for Woodstock. Ill on Thursday of last wce~. to visit her brother, whom she ha.~n't seen for 20 years. She plans to be gone a month or more. Miss Loretta Lee Helgeland spent the week-end in Granite with her grandparents2 Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch have received word from their daugh- ter, Mrs. Duane Jacobs, in Ger- many, saying she is enjoying her stay there. The buildings in the vicinity of Frankfurt were not bombed, and are very old build- ings. Dave Willard re}Urne~d home' Sunday, after spending most of the summer in Bellevue with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clapp and children of Everett visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patch on Sunday evening. - "O CARD OF THANKS W'ords cannot adequately ex. press our deep appreciation for the many kind and sympathetic acts that came to us at the time of our recent bereavement. Margaret Bannister and Family. Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 ~ THUR.-FRI.-SAT., SEPT. 17-18-19 Donald O'Connor Debbie Reynolds in "I LOVE MELVIN" Musical Comedy Color by Technicolor --Plus-- ROY ROGERS in "PALS OF THE GOLDEN WEST" SUN.-MON. SEPT. 20.21 James Cagney - Corinne Calvet Dora Dailey The New... "WHAT PRICE GLORY" Color by Technicolor Remake of One of Filmdom's Greatest TUES.-WED. SEPT 22-23 William Holden, Edmond O'Brlen Alexis Smith "TURNING POINT" Criminals at Bay THURS.-FRI. - - SEPT. 24-25-26 Burr Lancaster in with Eva Bartok "CRIMSON PIRATE" Piracy on the High Seas Color by Technicolor Colu gat" - Ions - You Do Not Have to Be Present to Win -- See Store Display for Details tO Seco? d A,,ard: Sik Third Award: Fleet Mix, easy to prepare. Has many uses. i i i ,0o, The magazine with help- STILL ful hints for the whole nNLY • Q Pkg. family, stories, recipes. Cream o' the Crop., Grade "AA." every egg guaranteed fresh. Breakfast b'utz gges--ons ’ Bel Air Frozen, a nourishing drink for breakfast. 6-0Z. Lumberjack, ideal with pancakes and waffles. I" 24-0z. Rich, evaporated milk with Vitamin D added. Case of 48--$5.98 Tall • Can )’ Kitchen Craft. All Purpose, With 15c Coupon at Store Display. O 10-Lb. • • Bag • AIRWAY ’ TOKAYS Large sweet red clusters. Ideal for lunch boxes and fruit ,bowls .... LB. A mild and mellow Brazilian blend. A break- fast treat. 1-Lb. '- Bag 2oLb, Bag ROYAL SATIN LAST CHANCE TO CAN AT THIS LOW PRICE. HURRY! HURRY! Crate Creamy smooth for easy baking. Ideal for deep frying. 3-Lb. Can TIME TO CAN AND FREEZE AT THIS LOW PRICE.--5 DOZ. CRATE $1.89 SIOUX BEE Half Milk, Half Cream blgnd, serve with break- fast cereals. Pint Quart DEEPFRY. SERVE WITH COFFEE, PLAIN AND POWDERED. RUTH ASHBROOK, HEAT AND SERVE WITH BUTTER. POST. THE CEREAL WITH THE FRUIT ADDED. Bran Flakes . . RALSTON BITE SIZE. SERVE WITH MILK AND FRUIT. QUAKER PUFFED, GOOD ANY TIME. Pkg. of 6 Pkg. of 6 10-O£ Box 12.Oz. Pkg. 4-Oz. QUICK OR REGULAR, NOURISHING FOR YOUR BREAKFAST 48.Oz. • • • • Box BUY FROSTED FLAKE, S, GET 5~,~ OZ. RICE KRISPIES FOR 5c Both • • For Wonderful new flavor. Four 1-Lb. grains baked w i t h golden Loaf honey. q Cudahy's small hams, short shank. Whole or full half, Lb. 10-14 lb. average. • • Doz. MARBLEHEAD. CUT TO ANY SIZE. SERVE BAKED OR STEAMED. • • Lb. MEDIUM SIZE. FULL OF JUICE AND HEALTHFUL VITAMINS. " 6½" • Lb. JONATHAN Crisp, juicy. First of the new crop. Include one daily in the school lunch box. Lb. RED RIPE Season nearly over, enjoy them now at this low price. Every melon guaranteed. Each WHITE MAGIC Try at maker's Expense. Buy it; try it! Mail box top to ad- dress on box. Tell how you liked it. Get full purchase price, plus postage. 23-Oz. Pkg. WHITE MAGIC Gets your clothes clean and white. Now made in Wash- ington. Half Gallon OXYDOL beats the Sun for getting clothes white• 19-Oz. Box C CHEER Leaves all washables bright. Redeem your coupon at Safe- way. 21-Oz. Pkg. C Sweet and rich, for breakfast toast and muffins. 2-Lb. Jar ’ BEVERLY Easy to spread for school lunch sandwiches. 12-Oz. a Jr ’ Penn Champ Guaranteed 500(] Motor 0il miles. Qt. 32c. CASE OF 6 .... Chocolate filled candies. Children love them. M & M Candies 7.oz. • • Pkg. 25c Chewy, sweet candies. A treat for the lunchbox. Kraft Caramels 39c • • Pkg. Tiny Breakfast Links. Seasoned just right. 8-Oz. Can Rath's, l~etfeet for sandwich fillers. 12-Oz. • Can ’ Tender, flaky piecrust and pastries. 3.Lb, • Can Allsweet, guaranteed fresh, yellow cubes. 1 -Lb. Pkg. Ostrom's pieces and stems for soups and gravies. 4-Oz. • • • Can Very Tender and Delicious. Serve With Bacon. SLICED VEAL LIVER .... lb. No Waste. Delicious Baked or Fried With Eggs. BONELESS BUTTS . . . ib 4, "Choice" or "Prime." Whole or Half. LEG OF LAMB ...... lb. "Choice" or "Prime." Square Cut Shoulder. LAMB ROAST ...... lb. "Choice" or "Prime." Thick Cut. Very Tender. LAMB RIB CHOPS . . . . lb. "Choice" or "Prime." Shoulder Cut. LAMB STEAKS ...... lb. Rath's, Black Hawk or Armour's Star. SLICED BACON . . . . lb. "Choice" or "Good." Serve rare. BEEF RIB ROAST lb. 65C "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Broil. SIRLOIN STEAKS lb. 69c Carsten's, Skinless. Serve often. 49c LINK SAUSAGE ' PKG, Ideal for School Lunches. Piece or 39c SLICED BOLOGNA. lb. Fresh Fish. Deep Fry. Serve w/lemon 29c COD FILLETS ..... lb. FRESH White Fowl. stew or fricassee, Lb, POPULAR Camels, Lucky Strikes, Philip Morris, Chesterfields, Old Golds. CARTON 2.13 pk, 22C 2/43c Prices effective F~ and EASTERN Schlitz, Pabst, or Keep a supply on hand. Ctn. of 6 12.Oz. 1.20 can 18 and 19, in