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) ~ f-,) PAGE TEN THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGT()N, TIIURSI)AY, ( (T. 1, 1.)o,,. T I , ~- f'|----iL- ]QUALIFY NOW for Government[We trade Ranges, Stoves and Fur- O0 Late to ,mss ly I Jobs. PendingexaminationI niture. Henr: Murray, Arling- ..... ] open. Salaries start as high asI ton. Daybed with coil springs; car] $316 monthly. Prepare at home.].~ heater and car radio; bunk~ Write Box 66, Arlington. Irlu.l~i~i~,~'-u°n [ iorget tosee beds oil heater wood stove,! -- [ne ~usnneu's new ~cope, ±vias- ~l-otric stove eiectric roaster ]FOR SALE--Springfield rifle, En- ter rifle scope. They are tops-- [ field rifle, 30-06 cal., $50.00 and Ask the man who o ns o .e. Phone 368. ] $30.00. Inquire Backstrom Mo- Hammerly's, Highway 99, 2 FOR SALE -- 3-bedroom home,] tar Body Shop. miles north of Marysville. full basement, automatic .ill 10% OFF On Clearance of these '53 tele- vision sets: 21" Console, with doors, blonde. 21" Console, with doors, ma- hogany. 21" Table Model, blonde. OLYMPIC RADIO SERVICE Phone 1484 WOOD HEATERS---New and used --Henry Murray. Arlington. FOR SALE--2 purebred Polled Hereford bull calves, ready to wean. Will make good bulls next year; 1 Guernsey heifer, 2 )'ears old, bred to Registered tIere/ord Polled bull. Located on Burn road, 7 miles south of Arlington. R. 2, Box 289. Oluf Knutson. WEANER PIGS READY--Heavy, big-shouldered Chester Whites at Sunday Lake Ranch on Sun- day Lake Road, one mile west of 99. Ask for directions at Hei- chel Center Service Station, in- tersection of 99 and Stanwood- Bryant blacktop. TIRED OF PAINTING? • bills? Drive by and people at 229 Burke this problem by Color. New, Ic tional. For complete tion Call 821, Arlingl or write 303 Pine, Mt. furnace, birch cabinet kitchen, hardwood floor~, window dra: peries, awnings included 2 corner lots on So. Olympic. Phone 1174 evenings. FOR SALE--Walnut dining room /~t-, t sel--lable, 6 chairs, buffet. Call ~'_. 3161 or at Itanson's Barber Shop. FOR SALE--A wood cook stove, with copper coil, $20; also 2 milk cans. Alfred Alskog, Sr., R. 5. Phone 196W4. 5-Pc. Bedroom Suit--Brand new --latest style bookcase head- Henry Murray, Arlington. board--S1]9.50 complete. Itenry Murray, Arlington. Kelvinator Electric Range--Late model--Excellent condition $89.50 complete. Henry Murray, Arlington. Hotpoint Electric Range--Good condition---calrod complete. Henry'Murray, Ar- lington. FOR SALE--One H. C. Little Au- tomatic oil heater, complete with thermostat, 175 gal. stor- age tank--S145. Phone 315J3. Evangelist At Local Tabernacle On Sunday, Sept. 27, in the As- sembly of God Tabernacle, Rev. and Mrs. Clinton Ward, evange- lists from Canada, started a se- ries of Special Services. This mu- sical group has toured through- out Canada, parts of the United States and Alaska, and have en- deared themselves to their listen- ers with their unique and pleas- SCOTCH TREAT FROZEN Juice 6 ounces makes a quart of delicious breakfast juice I °'z "°'29 1.79 can 15c 3.39 Can c Canned Fruits Friday, October 2nd Through Thursday, October 8th DEL MONTE. JUST HEAT AND EAT OR SERVE SCALLOPED. IN-Oz. • • • • • Can LIBBY'S. TENDER, BLUE LAKE VARIETY. STOCK UP NOW. 16-Oz. • • • • • C~n TASTE TELLS. RED BEANS. SERVE HOT WITH CHILI SAUCE. DOZEN 1.73 ’ DOZEN 2.19 PC DOZEN 1.19 For those who wish a cup of rich, coffee. 2-Lb. Can 4-Lb. Can ineapp Hillsdale or Highway- half slices. Dozen ing interpretation of Gospel ~ 9 ~ Large songs in their playing of eight Castle Crest Halves or Sliced. DOZEN 3.39 15-Oz. ~•qtJeJ 21/2 Cal~ instruments and vocal presenta- Large ~)(~/~ • • • • • • Carl lions , CLING PEACHES . ,,.,,. Rev. Ward is one of Canada s " CAMPBELL'S. A SOUP, SAUCE AND INGREDIENT. DOZEN 1.15 Sunnydawn. Rich Color and Flavor. m " 46-Oz. outstanding lighting artists and Valley Gold Unpeeled. DOZEN 3.39 To ato Juice . . • on Tuesday and Friday nights WHOLE APRICOTS La e he paints scenes of nature de- 21/a Can Ad~YqL, I01/2-Oz. ~ Hostess Delight. Serve Chilled As a Dessert. DOZE scribing Biblical truths. These . • • • Can [r?!itC pictures are given to the oneLady Elberta Freestone. DOZEN 3+9 0cktail . . . ,1/~ with the most guests present. PEACH HALVES . . . 21/, can 33 CLIN{ PEnIHE’ A/s1 ". aturaUySweet. KeepChilied. DOZES', cLarge SUNDOWN YELLOW CLING SLICED. AN IDEAL DESSERT. DOZEN 2.95 Mrs. Victor Freyd won the pic- • • z Pineapple Jmce . . 4/I ture on Tuesday evening. " Libby s. Diced for Salads or Desserts. DOZEN 2.79 Lcffge -------------o 17-Oz. II~ • • • • 21/2 Ca~ i~[ ~ Garnet. For Vegetable Plate or Cold in ~$alad. Mrs. J. G. Coburn To FRUIT COCKTAIL . . Can 24C • Die'" " l .Oz. Head County Seal Sale Libb,'s Segments. For Breaakfast Fruit. DOZEN KINGAN'S SLICE AND FRY OR SLICE FOR SANDWICItES DOZEN 269 C U ueets • • • Can It-el' Whole Kernel Corn. Just Heat and Eat. ,OZE~ Appointmen, oI Mrs. J. G. Co-: GRAPEFRUIT . . .Can 2/37C 15-Oz. c Ni ,,o,. burn+ as chairmah of the 1953 • Can blets Corn .... Can 6/[ Glen-Aire Mandarin. For Jello or Salads.DOZEN 1.69 CANNED ORANGES. canlI'°" 2/29c tlighway. For Salads or Desserts. DOZEN 3.39 BARTLETT PEARS Large 29C ...... • 21/z Can TO BE GIV AWAY New 1953 21" No obligation. Nothing to buy. Come into Your Friendly Arlington SAFEWAY Store for a FREE Ticket. 5-PC. SILVER SET Third 64-PIECE Award: SILVERWARE SET RATH'S. SLICE FOR SANDWICHES OR COLD MEAT PLATE. DOZEN 4.65 Gold Cove. For Casseroles, Patties, Salmon Loaves. Alaska Sal 1+-o,. T mort . . • can 12-Oz. ~ Prince Paul Light Meat. Fancy, Packed in Brine. AT." S lid P k T 7.o,. • : Can o ac una Can LAKEMEAD: ] WITH PORK. JU OPEN AND )OZEN 1.69 Sweet4, Tender, Fine Flavored. CASE OF • • • • • SIOUX BEE. ~ONDRFUL ON TOAST ON WAFFLES. 16-Oz. Can Christmas Seal Sale of the Sno-' homish-Island County Tuberculo- sis Association was announced today by Mrs. A. B. Anderson, as- sociation president. The Seal Sale, which will be condncted by mail throughout the cotmtv from November 16 through December, is the only source of funds for the tubercu- ]osis prevention and control ac. tivities of the association, Mrs. Anderson said. The local cam- paign will be a part of the 47th annual Christmas Seal Sale to be held throughout the country by the 3,000 voluntary associations affiliated with the National Tu- berculosis Association. Forty-six new cases of tubercu- losis were reported to health de- partment in Snohomish county in one year, and there were 13 deaths. Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.m. • • • • VALLEY PRIDE.+ YOUNG, TENDER AND SWEET. 5-Lb. Can ’ G rd id Pe 17,0z. a ens e as . • c=n Garde~ide. Firm, Red-Ripe. Serve Scalloped. Canned Tomatoes Large * • 2z/2 Can Nip 'n Tuck. Treat Your Dog. CASE OF D F d 151/2"Oz" og oo .... can DOZEN 89c OCTOBER ISSUE • • • • • CANNED DOG FOOD. FOR HEALTHY, HAPPY PETS. LIBBY'S. SOUPS, VEGETABLES, DESSERTS. 41/a-Oz. Can 8-Oz. " Can 16-01. Can DOZEN 1.49 DOZEN 95c am Biggest. Issue Ever! New meat recipes and colorful STILL articles. ONLY DEL MONTE or TASTE TELLS mato ;auce Perks up plain foods. Keep a quantity on 8-Oz, hand. Cuns THU.-FRI,-SAT. OCT. 1-2-3 --Big Double Bill-- Herd Wart Starring Dennis Morgan , "CATTLE TOWN" -" --Plus-- Abbott & Costello in "MEET CAPTAIN KID" Good Family Fun SUN.-MON. - - - - OCT. 4-5 TUE.-WED ..... OCT. 6-7 Story of the Sioux Indians THE SAVAGE" with Carlton Heston - Susan Morrow Color by Technicolor THU.-FRI.-SAT. - OCT. 8-9-10 Robert Mitchum - Ann BIyth in "ONE MINUTE TO ZERO' Korean Adventure Produce Prices Effective Saturday Only U. S. No. 1, Yakima Netted Gems. Sweet, reed. sized yellow Stock up now at these special onions. Now is the time low prices, to buy a quantity. ,oo+.~, 10" 29' 5O-lb. bag 3/10'~ 2.79 Lbs 1.49 Lo U. S. NO. 2 POTATOES ............ 50-lb. bag 69c LOUISIANA YAMS. SERVE CANDLED FOR A REAL TREAT. FANCY YAMS ..... lb 2/19c TENDER, TIGHT BUDDED SHOOTS. SERVE WITHCHEESE SAUCE. BROCCOLI lb 15c PERFECTLY RIPENED GOLDEN BANANAS lb 17c Green Peppers Lg sweet.meated bells. Serve stuffed w/gr0und beef. lb. 10c Sweet. local grown, tops off 6½C CARROTS ..... lb. Clean, med. size .... RUTABAGAS..lb. 5C swat corn, well nued ear 6/19e SWEET CORN . Deidelberg, Brew 66, Olympia and Rainier: (Plus deposit.) Cm~e of 12 11-Otmce ,C 1.62 Bottle Nalley's. Tender Beef Cubes with Vegetables. DOZ.: 4.15 15-Oz. • • Can Cherub, Evaporated. Ideal to Cook With. CASE OF 4g---5.98 Tall Cans Luckies, Old Golds, Chesterfields and Camels. Carton 2 2.13 ,+ 22c or Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Tender Spaghetti, Rich Sauce, Plump Meat Balls. Spaghet & Meat n n.ISl/,-oz. 4/$1. • JGtlSO C{:tn • Everything for a Complete Dinner. All in one box. Spaghetti & Mushrooms 39c Saves Times, Make One Night a Week "Chef" Night. Meat Balls & Gravy • Can ,39c Bite-Size Beef Pies in Meat-Tomato Sauce. Each 20c It li R li 5/$1 a an avio •• " Can Quick-Cooking Spaghetti, Ready-made sauce, grated cheese. Spaghetti Dinner . . . p g. 39c Complete Sauce. Delicious on Spaghetti, Rice or Potatoes. Spanish Sauce Ii.O.. 2/35 * • • Can C Chef Boy-Ar-Dee, Made the Old Fashioned Way. Old Style Relish. . o,12v'°' 4/$1. SKINLESS ROASTING Swift's, tender, juicy all meat. Wrapped in cello package. Ready to roast, 3-4 lb. Just stuff and pop in the Lb. PC Lb. WHOLE OR HALF ROAST. EASY TO CARVE, DELICIeUS TO FAT. Leg of Pork . . . o Lb. VERY TENDER. SERVE WITH ONION OR BACON STRIPS. Veal Liver . . . . .+ LEAN, _F-.CONOMICAL. BAKE AND SERVE WITH DRESSING. Pork Spareribs . . . SMOKED. NO WASTE, SLICE AND FRY OR ROAST AND SERVE• Boneless Butts . . . Lb. Kingan's, boneless, n o waste. Ready to eat, just heat and serve. 3~/z-Lb. Can "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Broil or frY. Sirloin Steaks ....... lb. "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Round Steak ........ lb. "Choice" or "Good" Beef. Thick cut. T-Bone Steak ....... lb. Ground Fresh Daily. Ground Beef ....... lb. MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! Prices effective Friday, October 2nd through Thursday, October lington. No sales to dealers.