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l PAGE TEN . THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURSI)AY, DEC 3, lq53 I Scouts Distribute Too Late to Classdv FOwRaRfuNT'a':e'.r_~m2r~cklhuse'lFOR SALE--16 mm movie sound HOLLY FOR CHRISTMAS. JimmyI (2) Lovely Female Collie Pup-IFOR SALE--1947 Kaiser .... , ......... " ....... projector, 1,000 watts. Set in-] Hollenbaugh Phone 1123 pies. $5.00 each. F. G. Brown,I Arlington State Bank ] Christmas Seal BILL'S UNION STATION at Cof- FOR SALE--2 Guernsey cows eludes 2 8-inch speakers P.A.:~, ~-~~'~/ R. 4, Phone 2508. " [~-~--2~~' fee Inn (Highway 99, 1 mi. No./ coming in with 3rd calf. Spring-I system microphone with 100~ eua >At, L--tgU nearer, z oil/~s--YorkshirelrU~..bAbfi, -- z-year.olt1 Posters in County ~,lI~a?ed JUa~eCst!On), open by] ~ngutn:;, P$~7#e 9e5~c.h" Ralph/ f5t.'ft.c:dc~[:rtreb::dedPe~c;t::n! d:y.t:a;:i ~:yr ;ud?awCltda:n1 Ch:stne, r RY4h)t~hgros~508Y" G. ~118~." cau evenings. Boy Scouts from troops all over Snohomish - Island counties Cute Black % Cocker Pupp!es tolWANTED---Junior size bicycle./ film splicer; 2,000 ft. soundlsprings: car ra. dlo and heater,/ MOLASSES sCREENINGS [ CENTENNIAL SILK-SI~ swarmed into the headquarters of gia(men a cniia at Christmas. Hollenbaugh. Phone 1123. J film of Snike Jones Delta ounK oeus, single De(] ann 80 lb. bag .......................... $1.60 FLOUR the Snohomish - Island County Males $5.00, females $2.50. F.I , ~. .... "- ...... mattress, electric stove, wash- Weed seeds are all killed 25 lbs ........................ G. Brown, R. 4. Phone 2508. /One full site girls bicycle fort anymm ~oys, etc., reels. rnlsIing machine miscellaneous/ by steam. -~on~i~_v~ Tuberculosis Association last ~__ sale--S10 00 4 nested tables set siaitable for commercial or items 320 West Av Arl" H E ....... . , .... . e., lng- UNT R & SON Phone 2051 Dec. 5th and 7th week and went out loaded with FOR SALE--1935 ~ora r'lCKUp--- l~ano carved Chinese teaK nome use. triced reasonable, ton ............. " ....... -- HUNTEDt~c&~hl~n$7thne[A~ Christmas Seal posters which $70. Phone '18"30. I wood--S35. Large hutch cab- Also 1941 Studebaker clubI ~------------- !LOST--Billfold containing some ............. " .....~[ they will put up in stores, factor- ----------~--, inet in Philippine mahoganyI coupe, bent up, but good .rub-I ALL SEASONS DAIRY ] cash and papers. Finder keep FOR SALE---rAn all-chanr~' ~,l~ ies, and office buildings. The One hundred and twenty-ninei suitable for either dining] ber, motor, oversize springs,[100 lb. sacks 16% ............ $3.00 [ cash. please return papers. Re- Booster. This will de] |st posters will be displayed during pedestrians died in Washington room or living room. Phone/ $50. J. W. Johnson, R. 2 (Burn) Picked up at the door. l ward. Ed Couture, 525 West improve your picture. 1! n openedthe ChristmaSNovemberSeal 16,Sale'to whiChraise during 1952. 1414. Phone 21Fll. HUNTER & SON - Phone 2051 Ave. Crosse, R. 4. Phone 249~ tll funds for the tuberculosis con- trol programs of the association. This is only one of the many public services which Scouts perform in this community, said Mrs. J. G. Coburn, Christmas Seal Sale chairman, in thanking the boys. First Returns First returns from Christmas Seal letters mailed out to resi- dents of Snohomish-Island coun- ties have brought $6092.68 to the Snohomish - Island Tuberculosis Association in the first ten days ofhthee campaignassociation,stO raiSetuberculosisfUnds for ~1 TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT SAFEWAY t prevention and control activities. ~1 ., A.hough only people L U I g t n. 1" G.E. Telev,s,on have sent in their returns, Mrs. ~ ~ t~! t~lg ~ "ee ticket and complete ,, J. G. Coburn, Christmas Seal Sale U h A V t i]! No obligati,~r neiP#~Crh~Soe~t 72f~edy' s?:te Y~rayI.ryou do not have to be chairman, said she expected pub- I details at y ' lic response to be even more gen. V ~ ~ I ~ ] ~! present to win. .... o. " ~' erous than in past years. The Seal Sale will continue through; FRIDAY, DEC. 4th t PLUS: 5 Turkeys at Each bateway ;3tore . December, panded TB. case-finding program for 1954," she reported. "Medical GRANULATED T e 'r " , ter means of curing this tragic __ __ ! h y e New at Safe way 1 disease, and we must increase our efforts tO find all the people r 1 1 ~ A R I } NEW SIZE NABISCO ~ EMPRESS PINEAPPLE I~ ~' r~ N~ edWithTB s that they can be treat'and cured, o_________- ~ U ~ A K I I Sh re-dde-d Wh eatl Marmalade /t ::: ~:,~ ~ ~ ~llJ]~U~;J~ Imported, serve at breakfast ~ ~o \~ ""lnmans Claim , ~ Wholesome, crispy, (" "lr~--~--Ll|on hot biscuits, waffles or ~ \'~ let toast An appeUte entlcer ply.: g~aue, ~or ~ ~~ ~ ~ serve with sh'ced ba- piN. ,~/~m]~ ~ ~l~aaualA~r$ " , / -..~fa ~ oaKlng, table use ~a9 -~V V ~ ~ hands. " ~" ~ ~" ~ ~ Can |$..J~" , ~ .. Seattle, Nov. 30. -- A treaty ~ t ................. ' ...... ~ .~ r~ made with the Puyallup and oth- ~ ............................................... e er Indian tribes, and signed by SCOTCH TREAT, FRESH FROZEN, VITAMIN-FILLED. EACH 25c. DAIRY GLEN, FINE FLAVOR, GUARANTEED FRESH CREAMERY BU'I~I'ER '~ 1 aGVernr Stevens in1854' createdtract of land lying south of Orange Juice "" 4/$1 Fresh Butter i Conamencemenl Bay, near Ta- 12 Oz coma, to be known as the Puyal- ~1 e lup Indian Reservation. Under ' Can e b this treaty, according to Indian spokesmen, the Indians own ,2 REAL ROAST FROM FINE ROASTED PEANUTS FOR BAKING OR EATING al small parcels of land embracinlg SUNNYDAWN, FINEST QLALITY, MATCHLESS FLAVOR. ' " " . ' I ~1 small portions of the lower Puy- " [c allup River, near the highwayTomoto Juice 19 Peanut Bot er bridge on U.S. 99. These small ~6-0Z. ~ 20-0Z, 'f l~ plots are part ol an original area " Can Jar . of 1280 acres, nearly all ol which [~ly hi have been sold and patented. PIEDMONT RICIt AND SMOOTH MADE WITIt FRESH EGGS SIOUX BEE, PURE, FINE FLAVORED, DELICIOUS WITH MUFFINS. [the st Some members of the Puyal- lup tribe claim that the treaty al- 47: }lru!ned H0oneY :i c.o Can 5 |t thel~I so gives them the right to fish ~ .M% ~~BI R DY, ExOEL~LENnT GR~A ~SFoRep :LADS ;: Ofw the Puyallup Ri~er from their ' ' ' [to kn own property, using nets accord- rt 5-Lb. ing to old tribal customs, and have accordingly made periodic net sets in the lower Puyallup AC ELE D N river. IES Since thcPuyallupisthemost P,e Cherr,es 2/49 N,blets Corn 2 heavily fished steelhead stream in the~slalc, and produces an an- 19-0z. 12-0z. oora nual harvest of nearly 15,000 1 steelhead to sportsmen, the plac. Can Can but , ing ol nets in the lower river ZENITH TYPE, FANCY, COOKS LIGHT AND FLAKY living andpartmentCauses grave concern to the De-Tile 51ate Deparlment of Gamethe Dcpartmentf Game. of Fisheries RATH'S MAKES DELICIOUS SANDWICHES H()RS D'OEUVRESLunche0n,Meat 39 Showboat Rice 2_ Lb. ~I$ ~![[iiii~' P'an~S~ are both watching this situation I~ Pk i cto.~:ely, while experts are deter- . ,~ Z. mining the legality of the In- dians claim. The state will de- . ~ "ghway, tender half slices, in rich heavy syrup. DOZEN $3.19. ~:The termini what course to pursue ! ~ \ S]" ed P. PP] 27'~ei!t when the legal aspects of this sit- oe uatmn are clarified, according to ~ MORR[LL'S RI[$H PORK IC mea e . . . (;ameDircctrJhri~:Blggs" [2~ Suusug- "" " , Cream o The Crop, every egg guaranteed fresh. ,a~ag' 'rt~e Lutheran Ladies' Aid wilt~ " S a Doz. meet in the church parlors Dec. ~\ 7~ Exceptional value, seasoned just right. Home I Cd~QI ~I~,o~ e,q. \ " y, or delicious perfect cakes. Special pric 33e. [:~h i0tl~ at 2 p.m. ~ ~ ~..~ freezer owners, stock up now at this low ~~llilm ". ~o~o~S_~"- ~ ~ I II- Lme f Mrs. Andrex~- Lien and Mrs. ~\\~,,~'1 ~ '~fiee. ~~~-4u'~s"" ~. \ |:~ MIY~e 17-Oz. Pkg. ~,i[Oblis Albert Soeer wilk be the hostess- ~ \ -'J~z2"~" " . ~~:,~he~:~ g ' e. 0~ .Iv.-~" -4 .Jr~'~ ~ ~w~ut~ |l||/Iq~ m With Coupon ~ 0Oras, is. .................................... . e22 I 1-1b pkg.3Sc $1.00 II ~~ ~T;~ " L.~tJ~' \ Chunk Style, for creamed dishes sandwieh,s ! e LNA I "4 lOlbs...3.33 ILU . I II \ Stark,st T h 1 ~ Od ,S ,ClCJ Pur ,,, [ SEWING C ,NTER I I I X - eei Young, tender fryers, cut up, ready forte pan. I I ~. ~ ~s ~~-:"~- _ 1~Clfj - "k e maple flavor, for pancakes, french toast. [ 2703 R:ckefeller Ave. i 9, I I"Q ,,o, Fresh Frozen Rabbits . . . 6 ,,.9t Lumber ack S ru . . ,o, Phone Ce. 2713 Diamond "F" 8 to 10 lb. sides. Whole or half slab. ! Ilq#~ .... ~ ~~e" ~'~ - ~CtcJ ~ " " * " ~ ~ l~r der., =---~ s~ "" t~ " ---- I _.r~.~ .. . earri fancy r,e e uacon . . ..o$ I I Milwaukee. boil with abbage, sure to be teuder. I ' I .|1~ ~~_~[~ :~,~~4~/,~O~l| Large Frankfurters . . . . 39' I ..,o . . Til:g, a, V. S. "GoOd" or "Choice" cut to your favorite thickness. | Pomerelle, rot- a festive tOO . - " " ~~'~m ~,~ h, ~ u( NIi.-FBL-SAT.--Eve."THEJohn 7:15 Payne -In TechnicolorVANQUISttED" p.m.. s.c. Jan M.,. 2 p.*~ Ste,,in,,EC. ~-,-Scaptain's Choice, frozen steaks.BeefFancyTSeafoodsBone Steak, o o ..oooo.,1. ~ or.GiG ,,ooo~,. or "o~o*oo," ~,~oo co,. Beef "Pot " Roast "" . L~. ~S* lb. 41c !! |1"- ,I Dr ~10ma Hel~e[ ,, I:""eh . to. s..o ~o [iallterne _ .i~Wllle meat. elaarett es v" - ~ .n. fish . ~ ~,h I~C "'. 93 ~~~ ~~o~ ~K'ill~', ~ P~~~i NEW CROP FLORIDh uITRUS r a n g e$ m~_ ~,i i~G~'. [.~:d~ [Z2:t', o~e.~ CO-FEATURE: Salmon ib.e.. 69c [ Bed Round Steak. lb. 65c Camels, Lucky Strikes, Pall Mall, Philip Each 4//25 I Lb. 8 "TORPEDO ALLEY" Eldridge brand fresh frozen. I ! I~orris, Old Gold, Chesterfields. "~ .......... -_,~ ~ ~I! b US Good or Choice Broil with french frtes New ero lar e dark re n 1~ Mark Stevens Dorothy Malone ' I ..... ." | r...,^. ~ val~-e.~~ ~n~l y( 1O-O . ' ,C re Scallo s Fk, 69c P I Beef SMolnSteaks.lb.63c i 2.13 2 Fresh cucumbers ~ " Arizona n~~arge heads, . '~ f:~.h C SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. -- ' ....... l itt DECEMBER6.7.0-9 i I nlIBV rNNII ,, II1, Now in seasn~Isteaks" ' vl' : .... "SHANE" Sunn._ank Margal , D D/ruuu can IU/ Fresh Mushrooms 29 Alan Ladd - Jean Arthur 1 Breakfast--Serve with waffles scrambled eggs. ^ ' tr l't v voo I1',1 TI',D G Eltl P |TOEI The margarine with the With i ' --/"- Ob(~b{.) ' ' i fresh milk flavor. Foil Coupon ~ ... ,~ ' ' In Technicolor .... B,qow DILTII ~ _~ JI IIq I1~i ~.o,. T r U " N "'s " - " "' ~ . 4 BIG DAYS " o u x s U - Spry, pure vegetable, for perfect baking. ~ ......... VALUABLE COUPON 3-Lb. s Can Sunshine Cookies, for lunches and snacks. Try new Improved Sunnybank, the Margarine with the fresh milk flavor. Clip this coupon a~ad take it to your Safeway store for additional saviugs on margarine. Castt value 1/20 cent. Void after December 31, 1953. ) ' I on t Miss it! TBUR.-FRI.-SAT. - DEC. 10-11-12 "SCARED STIFF" Dean Martin - Jerry Lewis CO-FEATURE "SAFARI DRUMS" Johnny Sheffield For your automatic dishwasher, controlled suds. 24.Oz. Pkg. 10-Lb. Sale B., 25-Lb. Bag 50-Lb. Bag Prices effective Friday, December 4 thr0ugh~ Thursday, December 10, 1953, in