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~ ~ ~ r T ~) ~ . PAGE TEN THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. AStIINGTON, YlIURSI AY, SEPT. 24, 1953 II Mrs. Ed Soper went to SeattleI Miss Norita Tveit, her parents,1 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorsen ofI Mr. and Mrs. A1 Villwock ofr TOO Late to Classify, beef Also . Tuesday, where she attended the Mr. and Mrs. Art Tveit, and Marl- Seattle, Mr. an~d Mrs. Jack Thor- Bremerton were week-end guests ---- "-- " I comin~ fresh soon. ARLINGTON HTS. I/F ower Show School which was lyn Nelson of Arlington drove tolsen and daughter Kathy, Mrs.iof Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swan-IFOR SALE--White Face lockerI her, Oso. Carrie KelP" corr If in session Tuesday and Wednes-IPullman last week, where thelWalter Best, Mr. and Mrs. Bob ston. _~_~_. "-------'~-------'-'-"'-~1 Y' " Ji,lay I girls have entered college Nor-/Gibbons and son of Arlington en-I Mr and Mrs Wa,qan ~tarr and[FOR SALE--I. ft. Cream ~epar-IFOUR.ROOM upstairs "t~-k^^! l~.... " 1 Vir~al Chri~man accompanied lita is majoring in Home 'Econ-/joyed a picnic Sunday at White- famiiy were di'nnerguet~ Sunda,, atorL , ~oo,a condition; $15.1 for rent. Phone 103. al~IIUUI Yard /by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.tomies. ]chuck. The men also went grouselof Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffma~t lLagWttoys lurKey farm, r;. a, Ar-IFO--------~ SALE--Used~il ~,.: .... el ,~1. [E. Chrisman, his son David andI The 4-H girls, under the guid-/nunung and nsnmg, let Edmonds. ~ .... ~" ..... [ Reasonable. Also u IIdlJUJUU_ _ l.t /daughter. Rose ..... drove to Portlandlance of their leader Mrs Wal- Rev Everett of the Baptist Some of the members of the FOR SALE -- Bleached Walnut range excellent l t |" , |! l_t [last Wednesday. After attendinglter Best. are entering the clolh-/Church in Arlington purchasedlArlington Heights Improvement[ double bed $12.50. 2 blond co$-I Coast:to Coast, Arling Arnngton llell ]llIS [to business matters there theyling which won high blue rib-]10 acres from Mr and Mrs IClub worked on the grounds ofl fee tables $300 each Toast-I~ The "Arlinvton ~eiehts im.|drove to Lebanon, Ore., and vis-lbons at the Monroe Fair in the]Planque and are starting im-'ltheir park Saturday. They arel master pop-u'p toaster--needsITIRED OF PAINTING? ] provement c~ub met h~st Satur-|lted with Mrs. Chrismans father, lYakima Fair. Mrs. ~est drove tolprov?ment~. [hoping to get it in shape for[ minor repair, $7.50. Fireplacel bills? Drive by and se~ day Sent 19 and enioyed a very]Mr" W L Hassler. They returnedlEveretf Tuesday wit a the entries I Frday idr. and M s ( M.]seeding this fall. / screen with 4-piece tong set,]people at 229 Burke el nle~lsan't "evenin~ it~was Home-|Thursday" [where they are bell g assembled[Ayms tool: their ~ au~ hter Bar-] Mr and Mrs Richard Cornish~ $800 complete Light fixtures[ this problem by appl.~ ~~i!!tes@~t~ril.tAn)Me,d~:t~'nd~ra:SsctRi~r?P~i~nt~ul~!i;i~a~ri~i~!~?r;a~v] nr~I~c~rn~ndlbi!i~li~d~ihZ irvaderl 'reCUrl!i ~!tonUagp "~d~EllmAY;!;L~akerSsV~d!s;tf!i!] Mr~rGUy, KhellYe~ni~i .......... ~ ~ ~~~ -- ~ ~~ ~ ~ " classes which competed' for hon- I IIIP~ ~l~~['lln~ , ors in spelling chemistry, dramallK~ "l-~1 I ~1~[ IJ- i__~i~lL~"l~l j~ ~i~W ~ "~r ~i~ ~ I itl~ilJa~ll~ and athletics. Everyone entered] " .,'~:" ~,,., into the spirit of school days and I ~ ~V ]U, Ln~P q~Psen~ ~l Y J ~u~ J~q I 4 I~ W a~lllk en~ ~& ~ ~i ~1~" ~ '~Plr ~1~ all reported having a good time. i|~| Lunch was served by the hostess, ... -- -- -- --- m 1 .... Mrs James Taylor Mrs Art Nor-I~|~~ ~ ~ 1 / ljIF I l 1 I / I ! / .... . . ~ ~ ......... :: -~ - man and Mrs. Juhus Norman. ]l ~.~' ~.,::.i ,~ 1 -- ----- i! ! l [1[ I l 1 "=It- II r The next meeting will be Oct 3 I~~,;~l ~ I " I i I I ~ i i i / i , In . , , ::..~ .................. .,~= atwhlehtlmetherewlllbeapot-i~~ ~ ~ l in ~ ir~ ir~ i ~ luck supper and a business meet- ~ ~ _ m.,. i in imi i.u i w Entry at Fair ! [ t ' Gary Norman has entered his, ~ ~ prizewinning Herefordheiferin;~l~ Valued at 349. 5- Oblngatnons- l,thin to the ruyallup fair. ne Will go tOll Puyallup again Wednesday and]l r ~ ~, ,,., i, _ o ...... "~ ...... " -- ., stay"the b dance of the week to I ~, IOU DO Not Have . to Be l'resent to Win - : tore Displays for Details care for his animal. ---Valon - - "- * - G,..~ [ . - Mr and Mrs Fred McDonald ,~ /'~/'~Q~'/'J/'~t'F'~/ ,~!/]n'~~O have'received the announcement ,~ ~ ~A/~t~ t/t/ t/~./ ! u ~4/ t/ At baJ ~/ l I.A/O ~ ~ ~_ I1~ ~ ol the engagement of their m~ v v sun " grandson Fred Gerald (Jerry) Va- len to Miss Patricia Sautner of Kodiak, Alaska. Jerry attended the Arlington schools while liv- ing here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Valen, and is now employed in the Electric Shop at Kodiak Naval ~tation. Second 5-PIECE Third Award" SILVER SERVICE Award" 64-PIECE SILVERWARE SET Oven Glo. Crisp, flaky salted crackers Ideal with soup and salads. As advertised in Fam- ily Circle. 19 35 Pkg. ~ " Box C ocho,n Thermos ,or ohoo Lunc .,..c TOMATO SOUP ...... O/ ;7 Ca~ Dry milk solids For drinking, cooking baking. As advertised in Family Circle. 1 -~*b, Pkg. Rochow. For Mixing Lac-Mlx Smooth & Creamy. SWIRL MIXER 4 cup ......... Size James Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Taylor, of Marys- ville, are house guests of the Taytors this week. P. ~VI. Gates le~t for his home in Santa Ann, Calif., Sunday. He has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Lydia Dirks. for the past month. Cue:'t:; cf 5~ ...... d ~,_r.~. Rob Lenhart and family at a picnic dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brown and three children of Everett, Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs. G. Brown, Sr., of Everett, Mrs. Kathrine Wegener and son Wayne and Gene Stan- ton of Arlington and ~VIr. and Mrs. Win. Buckley of the Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kelly of Seattle visited at lhe Guy Kelly home over the week-end. Mr. Kelly, who has been doing child welfare work in Pacific County the past two years, will attend the University Graduate School of Social Work this coming year. Other week-end visitors at the Kelly home were the Ted John- sons of Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Griep oL" San Jose, Cal. Mrs. Griep and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly all attended high school together. BEEF RIB ROAST -- "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Tender, fine - grained meat. Serve Prime Rib Roast of Beef for your Sunday dinner. "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" BEEF. CUT TO YOUR FAVORITE THICKNESS. Lb. 8 "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" BEEF. BROIL, SERVE WITH FRENCH FRIES. . "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" BEEF. SERVE SWISSED WITH TOMATO SAUCE Lb. CUT UP SMALL icnics ALL VEGETABLE, TRULY DIGESTIBLE. FOR YOUR BAKING NEEDS. WHITE, YELLOW, HONEY SPICE AND DEVILS FOOD. CREAM O' THE CROP. EVERY EGG GUARANTEED FRESH. CRATED. MAKES NOURISHING SANDWICHES FOR LUNCH BOXES. MADE WITH FRESH WHOLE MILK, HAS THE "JUST-MADE" FLAVOR. 3-Lb. Can Doz. 6-Oz. .Can 20-Oz. Pkg. Lb. Mrs. Josephine Wold has gone Pan ready, young colored Dubuque. Short shank, cello to Seattle to visit her daughter fryers. Cello wrapped, wrapped. 4-6 lb. average. and, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Brown, for two weeks ~ National Dog Week/ As Advertised in Family Circle/ while herhomehereisbeingre': Lb. ,b. ,tILe modeled. : Frisk es I= i ly I= lot schoollast week due to tonsilitis. Deliclolls, baked, serve with dressing. ]I~IP ~1~/ bag. For a limited ........ ~ i~':i[ All purpose Kitchen Craft. For 10-Lb , this time she is improved and ~ ~'~ ~.x~ '1 Save 35c on 25 lb. At will return to school. | =:'~J] time only. Treatza.a.~. *1 /lU ~[ m.[ all your Cooking and baking _ " ' Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carlson Large size. Boil with cabbage. I ~ your pet to a nour- ~aa,, ~__jo~-Jl:q.] ishl~ meal. y ~ ,=- ~ needs. With 15c coupon, bag and twins of Butte,' Mont., are FRANKFURTERS .............. Made With Lean, Red Meat. Case og 48----$6.95. Fleet. Reduce Baking Failures. Nc~v Recipes on Package. visiting at Mrs. Carlson's par- Ground fresh daily. For meat loaves. 16'Oz, ......onts' home Mr and. Mrs Clar- Ken-L-Rahon . . 2/31e Biscuit Mix ..... 40-OZ.Pkg. ence Swanson, and with Mr. Carl- GROUND BEEF ................ Lb. son s grandparents,.Mr, and Mrs. ~tLarge Milk Bone Biscuit. Good For Your Pet. Parade. Getl~ m .Yur Coupon for a Stainless Steel Paringlg.OKnife. Biscuit " 29-0z. Harl~" Carlson. For Sandwiches and Snacks. *"~g~ Fresh. belie, sweet uog .... Bo, uetergent .... ,_ 4.z. 42e New The Lefflers are repairing their Kippered Halibut .lb. Ocean Perch 29e barn and are adding a new shed. Builds Rich Red Blood. Case of 48---$3.$9 It's Dated for Freshness. Now Made in Washington. " - np n Tuck .... c** 12/$1 White Magic Bleach . . . N 9 151/2-Oz. " Eve. 7:15 p.m.. Sat. Mat. 2 p.m. THURS.-FI~I. -, - SEPT. 24-25-26 Burt Lancaster in with Eva Bartok "CRIMSON PIRATE" Piracy on the High Seas Color by Technicolor STAllING ' CLIFTON BARBARA WEBB. STANWYCK CHARLES BRACKETT TUES.-WED. SEPT. 29-30 Ralph Richardson, Trevor Howard Kerima "OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS Passion in the Jungle THU.-FRI.-SAT. . OCT. 1-2-3 --Big Double Bill-- Herd Warl Starring Dennis Morgan "CATTLE TOWN" --Plus-- Abbott & CosteUo in "MEET CAPTAIN KID" Good Family Fun Libby's. Spreads Easily. Makes Good Sandwiches. LIVER SPREAD . . 3-oz. can 2/27c Llbby's. Combine With Pickles for Sandwich Filler. POTTED MEAT . . 3-oz. can 2/17c Libby's. Real Ham. Seasoned Just Right. DEVILED HAM .... 3-oz. can 21c Llbby's. Fine With Salads, or on Cold Meat Plates. VEAL LOAF .... 7-oz. can 39e. Libby's. Lightly Smoked, Fine Flavored. VIENNA SAUSAGE.. 4-oz. can 2/39c Mild Ivory. 99 & 44/1009 Pure. A Size for Every Use. Pers. Size Med. Size Large Size c 3/23c Snow's. Whole Kernel Corn in Chowder Form. 15-Oz. Con Cup Custard, Vanilla Sandwich Cookie. Allsweet. Colored Cubes. Always Fresh, ll-Oz. An Ideal Complexion Soap for the Whole Family. Bath Size White King. Softens Water Without Leaving Scum. 30-Oz. , Pkg. For Cleaner Clothes, and Sparkling Dishes. 19-Oz. Pkg- Snow - white, solidly formed heads. Very ten- der. Serve creamed. CRISP STALKS. KEEP PLENTY ON HAND. FIRST OF THE SEASON. SERVE CANDIED. J MEDIOM SIZED. SAVE~NOW! BUY A BAG FULL. JONATHANS. FANCY AND EXTRA FANCY. ~r Fresh, Firm Heads. Serve cold slaw Green Cabbage 5e Cut In ~ and Bake w/ Grd. Round 6e Danish Squash ..... lb. LUX LB, LB, lO-LB, BAG LB, Fresh, Sweet, Thick Meated. Casaba Melons ..... lb. Special price while they last. Italian Prunes ...... lb. LAVA ,' c 5e SKYLARK Made with 4 golden grains and golden hon- 15-Oz. ey.~ As advertised in Family Circle. Loaf O'CONNELL'S The flavor of the wild ones. Made from berries the bears missed. Dell- 12-Oz. eious and wholesome. Glass WESTERN Olympia, Heidelberg, Brew 66, Rainier and Lucky Lager Plus dep. ll-Oz. CASE OF 12 .... 1.62 Bottle POPULAR Lucky Strikes, Ches- terfields, Old Golds, CARTON 2.1 Camels. Always a fresh supply at Safe- Pkg. 22C or Prices effective Friend Saturday, September 25th and 26th in Arlington. ~o~ales to dealers. A complexion soap for the whole family. Bath C Size Gets dirty hands clean in half the time. Reg. Size