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" PAGE SIX THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, OCT. 1, L oo. BRYANT Alice Thomsen Phone 250W3 Grangers Receive Service Pins One hundred seventeen attend eel the Booster Night program at the Bryant Grange hall last Fri- ~sented, Mr. and Mrs. K T. Knut- son and Mr. Johnson of Grange day night A potluck dinner was ton. Mr. and Mrs. Olson accom- served in the dining room before panied their son to the Seattle- the very fine program was pre- Tacoma Airport from where he boarded a plane on Monday even- ing. i The Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid met in the Social hall last Thurs- ]headquarters were present, also some from Fidelity, Kellogg Marsh and Cedar Valley Grang- es. K. T. Knutson presented 25 :year pins to Fred Maria, Oscar Carlson, Alfred Anderson and and Mrs. C. F. Turnipseed. ]Mrs. Carrie Orr and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarland were unable to attend so did not receive their pins. A piano solo was presented by Mrs. Hadley, vocal solos by Mx.,Wrage, a skif and a game by the Juvenile Grange, speeches by :K. T. Knutson, and Mrs. Knutson, Mr. Johnson, Edna Verd, the members who received pins and some others. Cake and coffee were served after the program. ~p Fire Group Fall Activities The Okiciyanawe Camp Fire tract Friday afternoon at the Grange hall with their leaders, F, dna Brendemuhl and Irene Wahleithner. They planned a hike and a party. Due to the rain Sunday the hike was postponed and the girls worked at the Grange hall decorating the base- ment with an autumn theme. Monday night the group enter- ~ined their guests at a party. Equate dancing and games were the entertainment. Afterwards a delicious lunch was served. ]lSaturday evening was very suc- Ilcessful with a large number at- SILVANA I tending. The committee wished to Mrs. Irene Vognild, ~ take. this means of thanking all corresponderrt. ' of the people who attended. [COME ON LEAVE Mrs. Gudrun has recently re- Marvin Olson, RM1, who has turned to her home following a been stationed for the past three month's visit with friends and years as radio man in the Coastlrelatives in Wisconsin. Guard, has returned to Washing- SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF iron, D. C., after a 15-day leave atiNORWAY, TO MEET the home of his parents, Mr. and Although the Viking hall has 'Mrs. John Olson, of R. 1 Arling- been completely razed, the meet- The Night Owl Blue Birds held their first meeting at the Bryant Grange hall last Thursday. The ~irls made pieturegrams of their l~rips this summer. Saturday their leaders took them on a hike and they had a camp lunch as a treat afterwards, m~bd~/Club Meets Seventeen members of the go- between birthday club met at i day afternoon. Rev. H. E. Baalson was guest speaker for the after- noon. He recalled some of the ex- i periences of the early pioneer days relative to the work of the Ladies' Aid. A short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Elmer Husby, which was followed by a delici- ous lunch served, by Mrs. Clif Henning and Mrs. J. B. Knutsen. An offering was lifted for the Mission Department with Mrs. Albert Bhekhus in charge. The Smorgasbord served by the Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid last ings of the two lodges will go on as usual On Tuesday evening, October 6th, the two organiza- i tions will meet at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rod. The meeting is scheduled for 8:15 p. m. and all members are request- ed to be present, as important items of business will be discus- i sad. Refreshments will be served !and a social hour will follow. Pastor and Mrs. J. H. Myrwang drove to Parkland, last Friday, where Rev. Myrwang took part in the Lutheran Pastor's Seminar held there that day. They also visited their daughter, Ruth, who attends Pacific Lutheran College there. Mrs. Thomas Stang, sister-in- law of Mrs. J. H. Myrwang, who has been visiting at the parson- !age the last ten weeks, returned to California last week-end. Mrs. Jarl Sesby entertained in honor of her daughter, Judyann, on her 10th birthday last Thurs- day after school. Ten school- mates enjoyed games and, re- freshments. Judyann received many gifts Her two grandmoth- ers and other relatives attended. On September 23rd, the birthday of Jarl Sesby, Sr., was also ob- served when a large group of rel- atives called during the evening. Pot luck lunch and a social even- ing were enjoyed. The Ladies' Aid of the Luther- an Free Church will meet on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at Memorial Hall. Mrs. Gusta Ottem, Ruth Reese and Margit Pederson will entertain .@ The picture on the right carries a moral, which it seems wouid be "Do As We Say, Not As We Do." ~At any rate The Times photo caught the State Patrol's "Happy Birthday" Car illegally parked, or is it? We have wondered some- times if the parking divisions, plainly marked off in yellow paint were meant for decorations, or do they really mean that cars should park b~tween or straddle? OooooooooooooogoweooogoeooOOOooooooooOoooooomoooooooooooooo@ lEach 6 for Royal Chef No. 2 Can -~6-9-~ Tender Cut ............................. 24 for 2.59 Old Yankee No. 303 24 Cans 2.29 ..... Can Del Monte No. 303 Can Garden Variety ............................................ 24 for 4.69 Kulshan Tender, No. 303 Can 3-Sieve 24 for 3.9e No. 303 Can Here it is! Our Great CANNED FOODS SALE--- Sonny Boy 24 for 2.99 bringing you the 1953 pack of famous brand canned foods. And when we soy Great--we Kulshan No. 303 Can mean G-R-E-A-T! Not just a few canned foods Fancy Cut ........... 24 for 4.49 ... but dozens and dozens of them---fruits and vegetables.., soups and juices.., meats and Del Monte No. 303 Can fish--all the family's favorite foods . . . every Cream Style .................................................. 24 for 3.95 one a super-big value in super-good eating! Kulshan No. 303 Can Cream Style .................................................. 24 for 3,89 lhe Aberg home last Thursday afternoon for a get acquainted Standby No. 303 Con c party. The next birthday party, Whole Kernel .............................................. 24 for 4,65 will be at the Brendemuhl home] ..... Friday afternoon, October 9. t ~ -- NBC's new 3D .... 17c in an Everett hosplt______al, l Mr. and M~s. Ross JantZen of ltL, \ Seattle were Sunday guests atI 1he home of Mr. and Mrs. JimI Miller. Mrs. Miller received a let- Hunt's Solid Pack 24 Cans 385 ' ter from her daughter Mrs. Beal , MAINE Tomatoes . . 17c a zUICES :Messerschmith, who is on Nieosjal " tn Cypress. She said they felt .t~he [ Libby's 24 Cans 3.15 -- ' Garden " 24 Cans 3.85 earthquake but it did no damage] lrdines there. , " Sauerkraut..3 Grapetrult . :.303 Mrs. Lowell Browers father,] :birthdayD" Nrgard' celebrated his 90thl]~Ir. andSeptemberMrs. Lloyd21St'Hovik and][ I /Nalley'sBed Stew . 24 Cans 8'698. 15OZca o 3C Standby 24 Cans 4.25 ]~etty and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Back-] Can9c Grapefruit . cL 3'3 aan of Anacortes attended the] 49c ~ [ swift,s Luncheon Meat ~silver wedding anniversary of[ Pl~ll~2 ' ,2-Oz. Can 43c Banquet 24 Cans 7.55 qO[~ ~41". and Mrs. Leonard Hendri,ck-, ~ | Aa ....... 24 for 9.9S P~I}*~ No. 2~./_, ~.~ ~on at South Lake Stevt nsI 12Cans 97C / a ,be,is o ato ...... "" Can Grange Sunday. I Mrs. Signe Hovik and Miss] ---- ------24Cansl.89 ./Jmce . . . s t%oz. 25c Garden l~reeston 24Cans6.S5 Helen Sill accompanied Mr. and[ Peaches . . 3.29 ~Irs. EdBachmantoChiliwaek,] COOKIES [ Grogan'sGian ,, Olives 24Cans5.75 BgC., last Saturday. They had a] 25c fine trip in spite of~tl~e rain. On] ~ rope., s~izarege Hunt's 24 Cans 6.1~ "the way home the~ ~ ~pped at[ . " Sunshine Hydrox I - w..oz .._ , Peaches .. 3.15 =t~e Buoy~ and Gulls Shell Shop,] Orogan's Green 24 Jars 5.75 No. Z~ Tun by Mrs. Martha Bellinger, a ..... ~~ Pkg. " 'J~ [ former Bryant Granger. [ fir. Olives . . l~Oz. 25C Del Monte Crushed 24 Cans 6.95 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sill of Seat- ~AKE FLO| I Doxsee Minced White ~4 Cans 598 Pineapple . 3.55 tie were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gertrude Sill and Helen. s-oz. 27c There will be a special bus- CENTENNIAL'S Extra rich, fully Del Monte Sliced 24 Cans 4.19 . Clams . . . . can lness meeting of the Grange AUX- I r. pp,:nea-- e . 2.15 iliary Monday, October 5, at 1:30 PrePared--Just ad4 liquid. [ T...,. 19c p:m. at the Grange Hail. Please I & Vdl,~ruu,. . . " Call lets see a ~tood turnout. HIC Saturday visitors at the J.B. ~ @ | Lynden's Boned d~ .- ~J" ?cl_ "Thomsen home were Mr. and lb. bagB l Turkev . . . 55c urange-alu ...v l~rs. W. D. Hale of Seattle ,and ~, u Jar 46-Oz. Miss Neva Ennis of Bellingham. Sunday evening dinner guests Please 24 Cans 1.93 Standby Orapelruit 2 were Mr. and Mrs. Les Hadden- " " 3. 5 ~ham and Sharon. lb. bag Dog Food . . a:r 9c 49c 97c Juice . . . can The Quilt Club will meet at the Hanson home on Wednesday, ~ -- -- ~ .... -"--" -- ~ ~ Standby Calif: Orange October 7th, for an all day meet- THIS WEEK'S I ------ - ll ' JUK:cL':-A 46 oz lngT'he Guys and Gals of Bryant ,I ti forll2for c= " --. Club will meet Friday, Oct m 14C 79C 1.55 the Grange hall. All . , M S. " "z4 an.s 2nd,members please be present with .at ! A rli na to n 29c11.69/3.32 I POWDER BleachesWhite~~I your books. 'i RO H I CMi . . . [ [ ! Mrs. Nels Rogne, Mrs. Pomeroy and Mrs. Wilkinson accompan- ied Mrs. Betty Booker to see a[= . R. L Arlington ~ Ferg's Chicken 24 Cans 3"751 / / / Giant LIDSqkql ~111 D JL '~P dahlia garden consisting of 14,. Spread . . . 18c 98c 1.89 q O00 dahlia plants, on Tuesday,. ~ I / / / / last week. They had lunch at the Pomeroy dahlia gardens, l" I~1 lFerg's " & Z4Cans5"69/ [ /] .~1 i ~g~ ~1 rs. .... have moved into their new home ~ Spaghetti Meat 25c,1.4_ 2.89 on the acre they purchased from .LI I I T "=" l :ii the Grange. [~ The Lloyd Larcum family have l~ moved into the old home of their, 1 m 1 L POSX late Grandpa. Corkins at Bryant. X The Coast Guard announce [* _ __ __ ,,.Full Quart ~3% [L: lno . . . = oo this week a national check to ver- [~, "---- ~ - i ity the accuracy of registration of [, WIENER~ motorboats. [m 10 ,b. soc .................... 95c / SWII=T'NING / , /lCl ofThe377 271survey"undocumented"Will affect ownerS l~craft, [. 25 Sack 2,13[ The perfect shortening | . 1,, SWEETS l , , which includes all inboard motor-]~ .................... Lb | P~'~ I.J~. boats and those outboards morel-- 50 Lb, Sack ................. 4.25 3 69, , D~ than 16 It in length. [O I ADI1 Afl ntnlnuo :;TAMI,S 11i . o.. . ,. , CELEeY,, ,s,o,.~.o~..~ NArd8 , The Arlington Times]lO Prices effective crt Arlington on October 2 and 3,1953.--Every item unconditionally guaranteed. [ Bacon squares - Bacon Ends , , Lb PHONE 493 ..... ]JO Nosales to dealers. We reserve the right to limit." \ L J/OOOOOOOOOOOOO~@Oq~mO000000000000000000000000000000000000