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] 30o. PAGE TEN THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURSDAY, NOV. 19, ('" ' % Too Late to Classify FOR SALON--Small grade A dairy farm, 12 dairy cows and trac- tor. Phone 3089~ WOULD LIKE TO TRADE wash- ing machine for piano. Phone Marysville 2110. FOR SALE--White enamel oil range, coils and water tank, $40. G. E. 7 cu. ft. refrigerator, davenport and chair, washing machine. Can be seen Sunday or evenings. Louise Wallitner, Trafton-Jim Creek road or at Louise's Baby& Gift Shop. GEESE for sale---A4.00 each. Bert George, R. 2, 2 blocks east of Arlington Concrete Products. FOR SALE -- 3.bedroom home, full basement, automatic oil htrnace, birch cabinet kitchen, hardwood floors, window dra- peries, awnings included, 2 cor- ner lots on So.,Olympic. Phone 1174 evenings. CABBAGE FOR KRAUT, good sol- id heads, 2c lb. Emil Carosino, R. 4, 1/4 mile east of Bryant. FOR SALE -- Purebred Siamese Kittens, $10. Phone 3096. Mrs. Ben Jenkins, R. 5, Arlington. FREE TURKEYS -- with every ~nen's suit or topcoat and every woman's coat purchased before Thanksgiving, November 26, at Hammer's. Death of Mrs. Minnie Cole Word has be'on received here of the death of Mrs. Minnie Cote, former residenI of R. 3, Arlington, at a Tacoma hospital on Satur- day, Nov. 14. The body was ship- pod to Lodi, Calif.. for burial, the funeral to be held Thursday, Nov. 19, at the East Side Mortuary. Mrs. Cole was a member of the well-known pioneer family of John Giltespie, who settled on the Hillis farm at Cicero in 1908. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Betty Halfhill, of Everett, and Mrs. May Gruwell, of Tacoma two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. 0 WHITE HORSE The Henry Dills have moved to Darrington. They formerly occu- pied the tenant house on the Frank Marty farm. Mr. and Mrs. Gunter and farr~- ily, formerly of Darrington, are now occupying the second tenant house, on the Marty farm. They moved in on Sunday. o In Arlington - Phone 1344 K[LLOUGH CLEANERS for Hat Blocking ana ~leaning 4% NO. 23680 NOTICE OF IIEARING FINAL REPORT AND P'ETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomlsh. In the Matter of the Estates of OLE A. ELIASON and JGC~..EPHINE B. ELIASON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Emma O Eliason, administratrix of the above-en- titled estates, has filed her Final Re- port and Petition for Distribution of the above-entitled estates, and the time for hearing the said report and petition i' set for Friday, the 18th day of Decem- ber, 1953. at 1:30 o'clock, P.M., in De- partment No. 3 of the above-entitled COUrt. That the court, upon such hearing, is asked to approve the report, distribute the property to the heirs entitled to ti~'e same. to fix the fee for the admlnlstra- trix and her attorneys, to discharge the adminlstratrlx and exonerate the suret:~ on the admlnistratrix' bond. Dated this 18~h ~ of 1953. (SEAL) ANDERS ANDERSEN. Clerk of the above-entitled Court By Myrtle Jordan, Deputy. J. P. MATHEWS and JOSEPH P. MATHEWS, JR., Attorneys. for Adminis- tratrix, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st pub.: Nov. 19, 1953. D~te of last pub.: Dec. 3, 1953. ]b" Radlo- TV "4 J. R. WILSON Phone 511 - Darrington or write 1605 Maln St., Seattle 44, Wash., If you wish us to stop. We carry 300 different typ~s of tubes in our car as well as test equipment and other parts. Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.~ THUIL-FBI.-SAT. -NOV. 19-20-21 ClmrltonJ-Ieston - Mary Sinclair "ARROWHEAD" In Technicolor CO- FEATURE "JALOPY" Leo Gorcey & Bowery Boys SWN.-MON. NOV. 22-23 Alan I~dd - Jean Arthur Van Heflin "SHANE" In Technicolor TUES.-WED. NOV. 24-25 Mc~ilyn Monroe - Joseph Cotten Jean Peters "NIAGARA" In Technicolor THUlq.FRI.-SAT. - NOV. 26-27-28 Joel McCrea - Evelyn Keyes "SHOOT FIRST" CO-FEATURE "RAIDERS OF THE SEVEN SEAS" John Payne - Donna Reed Arlington. USED FORD TRACTOR FOR SALE-- Kenmore Machine, good conditiol 2313. FOR SALE--Heavy duty barrow. $15. Phone 921. DON'T WORRY about your last.minute dinner needs -- cream, groceries. Will Thanksgiving Day. Grocery, around the from Catholic Church. BROAD BREAST of white meat MOISTURI PLASTIC BAG 4' LARGE SIZE, FOR POULTRY DRESSING. SMOKED, BAKE OR SLICE AND FRY. TOKELAND BRAND, TENDER, DELICIOUS. RUPERT BRAND, CLEAN, SMALL SIZE. COTILLION Ice Cream Fancy, extra rich, vanil- la. contains 16(~ butter- fat. Truly a Guest Ice Cream. Quart 6 CURTSY Fruit Cake Convenient, economical, loaded with fruit. A time" saver for the holiday sea- son. ll/rLb. Cake NOB HILL The coffee with the aro- matic flavor. It tastes as good as it smells: 1-Lb. Bag Bag 83c 1.65 Sunshine, cream filled, for entertaining. Pint Lb.. 4-Oz. Can HAND CLEANED/ Practically no )infeathers Be Sure of Top Turkey This Thanks See Safeway's GIBLETS / of Broadbreast Wrapped and , seaJedinside at Competitive Prices. Fresh, seasoned just right for dressing. DRUMS,,CKS PORK SAUSAGE .... lb. Whole or half, easy to carve, tender. Plump and heav, LEG OF PORK .... lb. Lots of dark mea us. graded "Good" or "Choice" beef, fry or broil. SIRLOIN STEAK .... lb. 63, U.S. graded "Good" or "Choice" beef, serve Swissed. GET FREE TV TICKETS " " " Ground fresh daily, Safeway quality. ROUND STEAK . lb. AT SAFEWAY WHEN DOING YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING. GROUND BEEF .... lb. ARMOUR'S "STAR" OR DIAMOND "F," 10 to 14-LBS. WHOLE OR SHANK HALF. U. ~. Graded "Good" or "Choice." Blade cut,Lb, roa~ with vegetables. DUBUQUE SHORT SHANK, 4 to 8 LBS. CELLO WRAPPED. Lb. Lb. CUT-UP, YOUNG, TENDER, COLORED FRYERS. READY FOR THE PAN. MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I OCEAN SPRAY Whole or jellied, delicious fla- vor, beautiful color to grace your holiday table. S & W FANCY 16-0z. Can U 6, I. Ideal for desserts, candy making. Valamont, ready to use, moist, delicious flavor. Libby, serve delicious pumpkin pie often. Scottch Treat, sliced, fresh frozen. Taylor, clean, smooth, best quality. e 1 -Lb, s Pkg. NUTS 28-Oz. ~ar Lb, 10.Oz. Pkg, FLUFF -LEST For Waldorf saalds, desserts, and marshmallow squares. ROXBURY Extra nice quality, fineand assortment,crisp. StockSWeetup 1-Lb,J:~C Covered with light,1.Lb. now. Pkg, rich chocolate. Box Lucerne, fresh daily, serve with pumpkin pie. Small, ripe, tempting appetizers. Whippine CreamHalf 33C Libby's 0lives ,oz m --o ---------Pint Can O Lalani or Del Monte, tender golden slices, rich syrup,convenient tlmesaver for holidays. Philadelphia, made of heavy cream, ,.oz. 53e Cream Cheese Z2 ,5-oz. Reddi-Whip . . . can can Can / White or Wheat. Buy xtra for stuffing. For cocktails and saiads. 63, -" " " Cream 0" the Crop egg guaranteed fresh, rs. Dreau . . . Loaf " River onnmp.. Can C own Colony, ideal for dressings. Valley Frost, fresh frozen. , , , Poultry Seas'n'g i joz. 19c Melon Balls. 12.oz. , Pkg.' Hydrox Cookiespkg.12z" 39c Centennial, easy to prepare. Pancake Flour 4.Lb. 51c SOS, for Magic Scouring, soap in the pad. Scouring Pads. lO.P=pkg. 23c Allsweet, yellow cubes. Margarine . . Lb. 2/61c " Cleans pans Uke new. Babo CleanserCan'4"" 2/25c Economical, safe and gentle. A quality bleach for fine linens. Gal. Ill Ill Ill| WITH COUPON VALUABLE COUPON ' Mag FRESH CIGARETTES Camels, Lucky Strikes, Pall Mall, PhtUtp Morris, O I d Gold, Chesterfield, etc. CARTON $2.13 Pkg. TOM & JERRY BATTER Made of choice ingredients, a time saver when entertaining. I I l -Lb. cu,, 69c ] Now made in Washington State. Clip this coupon and take it to your Safeway store for additional saving on White Magic Bleach. Cash Value 1/20 cent. Void after December 31, 1953. Blue Plate, best for cocktails. Small Shrimp. ca.5z" 49c Blue Plate, for frying or stew. Oysters. . 43? Crlsco, pure vegetable, for baking. 87 Shortening . can c Starklst, for creamed and casserole dishes. Chunk Tuna 33c Ccm Get 3 Regular Cashmere Bouquet Soap with Coupon in box. Vel Detergent. ,ljg.o,.pkg. 69c TENDER AND CRISP Fresh, crisp and sweet, Buy several for the dinner. Lb. SMOOTH, CLEAN UNIFORM SIzEs, FINEST QUALITY. Bite Size 6I/z.Oz. Can Solid Pack 7-Oz. Can Prices effective Friday, November 20, through Wednesday, November 25, 1953, in Arlington. FANCY, VERY BEsT QUALITY, IN CELLO BAG. Lb. Lb. 2 RED FLAME TOKAY GRAPES Fancy, best quality. Sweet and juicy. Rich colored large bunches 9/2 _ riced : ........... LB. ~/LDc GRAPEFRUIT Med. size, sweet and juicy. Thin skinned, meaty fruit. For breakfast, color- 4/25 ful salads .... EACH Tender, fresh, firm shoots. Broccoli Spears ..... lb Crisp, tightly curled heads, fresh Brussel Sprouts .... Netted Gems, in handy mesh bag US No. 1 Potatoes ,0-Lb. Bag Sweet Spanish, reed. size, mild Yellow Onions 1O-Lb " Bag Fine, tree-ripened, for eating and holiday goodies. Fresh Dates ....... Also for Your Selection: Cocoanuts, Avocados, Tangerines, Nappa. Fresh Corn, Artichokes. and many other fresh fruits and tables. PRODUCE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY