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:i PAGE rLN Legion One Sponsor Of Education Week Members of Arlington Post No. 76 of The American Legion will take an active part in the 33rd aanuaI observance of American Education Week, November 8-14, 1953, Commander Palmer Lund, Arlington, announced today. The American Legion originat- ed American Education Week in 1921 to focus public attention for one week yearly on the problems, needs and accomplishments of American schools. The Legion realized t h e importance of schools in building good Ameri- can citizenship and the need for better public understanding and appreciation of this. importance if adequate appropriations were to be obtained. The National Education Asso- ciation was the first to become a co-sponsor of American Educa- tion Week with the Legion. To- day, two other groups are also co-sponsors. They are the U. S. Office of Education and the Na- tional Congress of Parents and Teachers. The American Legion and the National Education Association annually select the theme for American Education Week. o To Whom It May Concern: I will not be responsible for any bills other than my own from this date on: Nov. 4, 1953. CIIARLES D. KING, Jr. O' Too Late to Classify LOST--Man's red Mackinaw coat between Fort, on and Cicero Wednesday. Ellis Buchanan, R. 3, Arlington. Reward ., . ,., ASk An old tooth brush makes a won derfully handy tool for cleaning jewelry, combs or other hard-to-get: at places. Put a little household am- monia in soap suds, and you can whisk them clean in no time. When things are too wet to iron, hang them up and let an electric f~n blow on them. They'D be ready f~r ironing a lot sooner, and have a pleasant freshness about them. Garden tools will winter well if they are scrubbed clean and all metal surfaces coated with oil be- fore they are put away. Try office desk blotters on your shelves under glassware and phina. They're colorful, and will absorb any moisture that may collect. That nasty onion odor can be completely obliterated from your'. hands. Just wash them in vinegar. To keep floors from being marred when moving furniture, slip old, heavy woolen socks over the legs. A folded damp cloth placed under a mixin~ bowl will keep it from slip- ping while you are lniXing, When starch sticks and burns on the bottom of your iron, don't use an abrasive to clean it. Sprinkle a little baking soda on a damp cloth and rub the iron until clean. The soda won't scratch the ironing sur- face. The Arlington Times PHONE 493 Eve. 7:15 p,m,, Sat. Mat, 2 p.m THUR.-FRI.-SAT. NOV. 5-6-7 Gregory Peck - Susan Hayward "THE SNOWS OF KILMANJAR0" In Technicolor CO- FEATURE: "THE ROSE BOWL STORY" In Color SUN.-MON. - - - - NOV. 8-9 Betty Hutton - James Stewart Cornell Wilde "THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH" Don't forget Sunday Matinee at 2:15 p.m. TUES.-WED. NOV. I0-II Don Taylor - Leo Genn "GIRLS OF PLEASURE ISLAND" In Technicolor THUR.-FRI.-SAT. - NOV. 12-13-14 Robert Taylor - Elizabeth Taylor ' 'IVANHOE" In Technicolor CO- FEATURE "THE SILVER WHIP" Dale Robert.on - Rory Calhoun THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI IN( TON. ASHIN GTON, Tilt IISI Ay, NOV. 5, I FREE TURKEYS -- with every YOUR FARM kBC Electric Washer--Good con- Room and board for elderly man, IColeman Oil Heater--Excellent WANTED--Good men's suit or topcoat and everyFOR SALE dillon--S24.50 complete. Henry excellent food, clean surround-/ condition--medium size--S24.95 boards or bolts. woman's coat purchased before We have Responsible Buyers Murray, Arlington. ings. T.V. entertainment. Pri-I com~lp etc. Henry Mu~rra,ay, Ar- ner, R. 5, Arlington. Thanksgiving, November 26, at Waiting, If Your Price Is vate home, with all home priv-I lington. -------- tlammer's. Reasonable Evanaire Oil Heater--Looks good lieges 1001 2rid St., Mukilteo -=------- WANTED--Housekee Wash ' FOR SALE or RENT or Option to aged woman. Mrs. ..... WE CAN SELL IT! --$9.95 complete. Henry Murray, ~ .....___ ____ Buy -- 10 acres, 2 bedroom 1135. Gas Hot Water Tank--Good con- Fran~ J. Eddy & H. 0. Zwarg Arlington. dition~-$39.50, tIenryMurray, Realtors ....... Maytag Electric Washer--Looks home, barn, chicken house, Arlington. t)ebuxe t~enaix wasner--A1 con- .. ood well Phone 473 FOR SALE--Girls' 916 2nd St., Snohommh Ph. 2932 ............. hke new -- $69.50 complete.l g " " ......... ~2___ a mon--~;~.o complete, uenryHenry Murray Arlington. ~^~-~ ~V~DAn~-~,~, V ..... Bee at Stu's~ Davenport--Looks fine--S39.50*" F -" w~'- w- " ~ ivturray Arungmn. ~ ,~ ......................... s ro iame cmer on neem can ......... j atock 2 - r ~1"~ o. ernse- bull FOR SALE--Purebred complete. Itenry Murray, Ar- be used electrm or otherwise. Brand New Thor Automagic Elec FOR SALE--Furnished 5-room ~.,~ V.~L-,~.~ bh,~., lOW11 bull, 20 months, $21 lington. Phone 284 after 6 p.m. t Wnuhor .~lAq 50 o~rnnloto" modern house, insulated, V.~ I ............................ Klein, 1V, mile S. ........ ~" Y ........... r" ..... , e ----I l-lonrtr "M'llrrnv Arllnc, ton I acre cleared. Sale price $6,800,1FOR SALE--Monarch rang , 3 comb. Phone 1869. In Arlington - Phone 1344 Three-bedroom house for rent-- " .....~ ....... ........ ~" ..... $500 down, balance F.H.A. loan. burners and deep well, two KILLOUGH CLEANERS 1% miles south of Arlington--!We trade furniture, stoves and Located ~,~ mile east Smokey/ ovens, clock, like new. VeryiFORSALE--6-wee s- tar $4500 month Call Stanwood appliances See us for good of- Point on Airport road. Call Ar-t reasonable. Phone Day 2532 lo Hamblin, R. 5, ALTERATIONS West Coast 1167. I fer. Henry Murray, Arlington. I lington 2642 for details, evenings 473. Phone 3091. 7 J J DEL MONTE CAMPBELL'S Vine ripened Tomatoes, used to make a good, nutri- tious treat. Try it as a soup, 101/2.Oz" sauce or ingredient Cans HILLSDALE or HIGHWAY Half s!ices, try with salads, hams, cakes and ice Cream. The family all like this fancy treat. Large 2I/2 Cans LAKEMEAD All children prefer this sauce. Use for making a rich, luscious, cake. A healthful way to treat 16-Oz. your family. Cans SUNNYDAWN Rich, red color! Colorful on the table. Start the day with health. a drink of Giant 46-Oz. Cans DEL MONTE Try this country corn flavor in your next chow- der! Rich. thick, and smooth. LA LANI A sparkling breakfast appetizer. A sip o' sun for everyone. Use in your cooking, too. 17-Oz. Cans Giant 46-Oz. Cans From selected tomatoes. Serve with hamburger, meat loaf and gravy. A spicy, juicy sauce that everyone likes. LIBBY'S Serve these luscious Whole Segments. Your family will rave when they discover this tart, tangy zestful fla- vor. 8-Oz. Cans 16-Oz. Cans GARDENSIDE I Red, ripe tomatoes, in rich puree. Get extra cans for casseroles and s a u c e s. Saves kitchen time. Large 21/a Cans TORPEDO Ideal for sandwiches, salads or casserole diSh- es, stock up now at this low price. 6-Oz. Cans HOSTESS DELIGHT Five trim diced fruits-in sparkling syrup. Ready to serve. It's easy! thrifty. It's Large 21/2 Cans TASTE TELLS Succulent limas-sweet tender. A vegetable every- one likes to eat. 15-Oz. Cans POND'S TISSUE So handy! So useful! Soft, ab- sorbent. Box of 3OO FAMILY CIRCLE New Super Issue. Everyone in the Family will enjoy this magazine. STILL ONLY DOG FOOD Nip 'n Tuck. Full of high qual- ity meat. 151/2-0z. Cans SPONGES Du Pont cellulose, very useful around the kitchen and bath- room. Size Large DROMEDARY, THE FAST, HANDY WAY TO A LIGHT, FLUFFY TREAT. 14-Oz. Pkg. PREPARED WITH CARE. FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND DESSERTS. 7 4Vz-Oz. Can BEL-AIR, MAKES A SPARKLING PUNCH, SO ASY O MAKE. 6-Oz. Con STARKIST, A FAST, ECONOMICAL DISH THAT IS SO GOOD TO EAT. Safeway quality, ground lb. 39c or fresh daily for hamburger. Lbs. $ U. S. GRJkDED "GOOD." FOR FRYING OR BROILING., Lb. U. S. GRADED "GOOD." BROIL AND SERVE WITH FRENCH FRIES. Lb. U.S. GRADED "GOOD" SHORT CUT RIBS, VERY TENDER. Lb. U.S. GRADED "GOOD." SERVE RARE FOR DELICATE FLAVOR. Lb. U.S. GRADED "GOOD," BLADE CUT, ROAST WITH VEGETABLES. Lb. U. S. Graded 'Good.' Serve Swtsd, Beef Round Steak 65 Fry with bacon strips or onions Fresh Beef Liver 32c Rath Biao 67c Sliced Bacon ...... lb. Captain's Choice, tender, white ~,~[']ic Halibut Steaks .... lb. READY-TO-COOK Turkeys Young, tender hens, 1953 crop. 10 to 14 lbs. t CAMAY For a soft, clear complexion. Now with cold cream. Reg. Size Bath Size 15-Oz. Can I~ac-Milk. Ideal for cooking or drinking. Serve ice cold. High in protein, low in calories. 1-Lb. Pkg. COTILLION FANCY Extra rich, Vanilla contains 16~4 butterfat. Party pack. Quart Carton 3-Lb. @ Pkg. PARTY PRIDE Pineapple or Orange Flavor. So good with cookies or cake. SWEET, SELECTED PLUMS FOR JAM SO GOOD. EMPRESS PLUM JAM 2.Lb. 2/$1 Can s DIXIE, SO EASY TO PREPARE FOR THE TREAT OF THE SEASON. 16x/z-Oz. FRUIT CAKE MIX .... SUZANNA, MAKES SUCH TEMFrING BUCKWHEAT CAKES. 2I/,.Lb. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR . Can EASTERN POPULAR Schlitz, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Budweiser. BEEF, VEAL, LIVER. BUILDS HUSKY BABIES, SWIFT'S BABY MEATS Can 5/$1. DAINTIES, BONELESS, NO WASTE. SEASONED RIGHT. 9-Oz. CUDAHY PIGS FEET . . . jar CLEANS UP TWICE AS EASY. AJAX CLEANSER 1,.oz. 8/$1 * * Can THESE BROOMS WILL LAST AND DO A THOROUGH JOB. PLASTIC DURA BROOMS $1.69 Camels, Lucky Strikes, Old Golds, Philip Morris, Ches- terfields. CARTON 2,13 Pkg, 22c or For Glossy fur and happy disposition. 8-Oz. Ccms s P r I c e s effective Friday and Satur- day, Nov. 6th and 7th, in Arlington. for for. for for 0 Florida, medium size. Sweet and full of juice. Ea. 17 for # U. S. No. I--Washington Netted Gems, clean washed.--100 10 Lb.. Large Crisp heads. Fresh Lettuce Ea. Firm, red ripe, for slicing or salads. Slicing Tomatoes Lb. Perfectly ripened, excellent flavor. Golden Bananas Lh. Smocth, even sizes, U. S. No. 1. SWEET POTATOES ....... lb. Fine for slaw, salads or cooking. GREEN CABBA*GE ............ Best quality FRESH CRANBERRIES . cello, Medium size, sweet and full of Juice. SUNKIST ORANGES ......... lb. Economical way to a lo:~1' complexion. Cleans dishes faster, o Pers. Size Medium Size Bath