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PAGE TEN " * N THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, %ASHINGTO,THURS AUG. 27, 1959. k,--;---- Radio and!land said "Carey has evidentlyt They all motored to Portland ]CALVES WANTED---Day old or UILIUII t)L ~l~*L, j i . " I r ' [ ,1 Mr and Mrs. Theodore Peterson Wpg~|Rnd Denounces Machine Workers. The letter joined Hoffa in attempting .to Oregon to ha~e a family reunion, started Phone 4009. --,a*/.-. " ~'1~,~1 e, Ithr~atened that Carey and his!dictate to the Congress wmcn!with their sister, Mrs. Albert1 ~"" ~ t)onna, Nancy, aacou anu r~ i ~ ISTRICI Darrin ton TheirV n ~n~ I Union would see that Westland is elected by the people. ]Severson and brother, Georgel IU(KHAH D l all from,: . hreats w. ~ etpd I The, ~ p~man ~ai he does, Hansen of Kent, Wash The11950 FORD COUPE. Good con- . Lila Fulls Ph. 2595 1 names were overlooKea last weeK~& ~wa~ not r=-=,= o d - I r t- " ' Mrs,t;,~, fhp names of Deonle~t~ ~,I,a + ~,~U,~ve the rank-and- not believe the people ot tne Hansens nave lust leIt ~o nelrl dition--$zao.oo t-none ~oov. ~/m wrl 2o *:~ -- ~- - -, ,-,*-nmen[ ]-, * '(~ Y !Second District will be fooled by'home at Hot" Springs, South[~ t ViSiting the t~reenwoous. ,V*L ~vw,~ t tile memoer oi any umtm ~"v" - *" "s to fri-hten; "- kota I t woum nKe to manK ~nirmy~ Mr Andrew Arvidson injured i . ~ " . ~ inst!ports such an outrageous inter-]anyone wno attempt, to vg~tin- ua . !LIVESTOCK WANTED ~- WiLt Fulfs Ior writing me news I rl ~.' a ~flnna~, ~nd w~ taken i Threats oy laoor oosses aga ferenee and blatant attempt to a tmngressman m . g~ . n~ [ buy anv kind. Ricnarason's. me last week while I was gone [['"'"-'2*~:'*L~*~2fto me uu~tuL ~.Y ~rs"-t~ernardICongressmen who voted for the nressure me and the Congress~against the wishes of the people.! " [ Phone" 4609. " k nd I Clifford, Duane, Doug, and If Peterson, who was doing her IGriffin-Landrum Bill strikes at of.the Umted States, Westla I o I Too Late to Clasmfy--r !~ left Friday .night, August 14thJwashing at the Arvidson home the roots of our American system said INEWS FROM SILVANA I iFOR SALE--Registered German ana flrove straignt mrougn to/~inoP tboiP well has ~one ory . .~ wesnano saNe sucn ~nreats are har / Crescent City Calif where we; ::,*'~.-"7;-,~ ~-22---'-'~d on't f government, tmngressman!an interference with the rights Mr and Mrs. Herman Hansen,FOR 5ALIS---WOrK mare ana " Shepherd pups enone zany. ~taved until~Tuesdav with Mr i {~r~Aor~tl~s~n":u~amni~l~[~ave been]Jack Westland charged Thurs- and internal affairs of the peo-I have been visiting for the pastI ness. Phone 3147. 11---6 -ear-old baby crib, 1--Billy " " *J ~" ' a he Second Con ressional two weeks at me nome o~ wrs.[ -~ and Mrs Duane Latimer (NancyI rious d y. tple of t g [ : -,o c^r~ *'~ker Beef 2-vear. Igoat castrated wonderful " "," "~'*~ ~ " t r District nansen s oromer-m-law anu ~S-ir,-,~ ~--~,~ ' ",' i Ro~ne). Gary and Jerry. WhileI o------------~ I Westland referred to a let e ." - ~,~h,~ c~ ~ o~d er bv half. 40c nound l child s pet; l~wheel cha r. there we saw the redwood "TreesI Use rimes Classified Ads --!he had received from James A.I "It at the ver):,rogts otI ~er, Iv*r. ~.~Ep.~.:--.~2,~,2k- ~-[ ~o2te2172- - 1 Phone 3526. of Mystery." From Crescent CitY]effective and economical. ~Carey, president, International our American system, west- ~amny ot ~oute *, .~,~tu, we drove to Crater Lake, Ore-1" son. stopping to see the Uncan-/ ny Canyon on the way. We ar-| rived in Portland Wednesday[ night where we staved with my] sister and her familv. Mr. and| Mrs. Tom Williams, Marilvn and] =arby Wh rsd=y and Friday ,ve I visited with cousins. Mr. andl Mrs. Jerry Miller, Jerry Lee andI Cheri in Tigard, Oregon. Friday] evening we took the ferry across/ ~ "~ /~'~ "" the Columbia at Astoria, arriv-/ ing home Saturday afternoon, /~ ~t~ W;n a Trlp for Two to GI Hawal! tired but having had a wonder- ~ You Will Travel on a Swift. Luxurious Pan ful trip " ! ' "'''"n "'"'' ' " ' '''' *'" "' I Stay at Famous Wa;kiki Beach and Tour the NOT A NATIONAL CONTEST: But a Local Washington Mr and Mrs. Bob Boursaw Island of Oahu. Contest for Safewny Customers spent last week vacationing at Hood's Canal where they report the weather was beautiful, even warm enough to go swimming in the ocean Staying with Lyn- ette and Grandma Boursaw while they were gone were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blacken and three boys from Marysville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eoff and family took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cleveland and her brother, Clifford Cleveland, and his family to Fisherman's Wharf in Seattle for dinner Saturday of last week. They also took them clam digging at Camano Island . . Win a TSp for lwo to Fescinatln9 Alaska, the 49th State and America's Last Frontier. You WII Travel Aboard Spacious Pan Am "Sfrafo" Clippers. Redlve the "Gold Rush" Days. Enioy the World's Most Beautiful Scenery. Visit Your Nearest SAFEWAY STORE For Contest Details! CRF AM O' THE CROP Medium "AA" DOZ. State Park several times while they were here. They all left for t~ their homes in Los Angeles, LUMBERJACK CaliL, Tuesday [ "~ i, d 22-0z. Mr. and Mrs. Ilo Soma visitedI- Maple I lavore Bottle with Mr. and Mrs. Myrlea SomaI and Mr. Soma's mother, Mrs. IdaI Soma. in Snohomish Sunday! night. I Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H.[ M. Schoos Sunday afternoon FRUIT COCKTAIL BAKER'S Instant were Mrs. Olga Hoidal and Rich- ard. and Mr. and Mrs. George Federspiel, Donnie and Lynn all from Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Hoidal, Debbie and 'Kim of Marysville and Mrs. Anna Jo- hannsen and Lena Hoidal from Arlington. Mrs. Maxine Cole entertained Sunday in honor of her daugh- ter, Lynn, on her birthday. Guests coming for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Enselman, Mr. and Mrs. George Enselman. Frank Pullium, Sherlene and Monte, Judy Gritsch. Richard Lewis. and Lynn's sister. Sharon Lynn Cole is spending this Peach, Strawber- 2-Lb. )~ week at Orcas Islanq State Park ry, Raspberry, ~,m with the eiahth grade activity Loganberry --- club Arriving Saturday of last week BUSY BAKER--Sugar, ~ ~ 1 to visit the A. M. Meng family Oatmeal, Vanilla " Pkgs. were Mrs Meng's brother, Mr. Wafers, Cocoanut and Mrs. Fart VPhvell and three children from Augusta, Maine. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin KITCHEN CRAFT--Ideal .- . u-u, I Kidwell. and her s!ster, Mrs. Day- for baking. -- " id Luna and two boys all from 5-lb. bag 49c, 25-1b. bag 1.89 ~g Santa ~arbara, Calif. Mrs. Meng had not seen her brother for fifteen vears and had never metHalf his family. POST Homogenized C~I. Mrs. tIoward ~,~itchell and two HIGHWAY--Grape -Apple, 4-Lb. or Strawberry-Apple Jar SCOTCH TREAT Pkg. Cadet q,o.S1 Ripe ~ Cans ~-oys from Pellingham spen* Thursday visiting with the A. M. 3"eng farcily and their guests She is a -o~, in of the Kidwell's. ~r. and ~rs. A. M. ~eng an0 children trek :Mr. and Mrs. Ear; Kidwell and f~milv. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kidwell. and Mrs. David Luna and boys to Deception Pass and Hope Island Friday While they they purchased two salmon and brought them home to bake. Mrs. Earl Kidwell took several colored slides of the area which she plans to take home and show to her students in Augusta, MaChO wher,- she teaches set:eel " Visiting Staff Sgt. and Mrs Robert Creenwood at the An- drew Arvi 'son home while the Greenvoo~s were l-ere were her brothers, George Peterson, and Alpha Bits, 8%-Oz. Pkg. Grapenut Flakes, 12.oz Pkg. Sugar Krinkles, 10-Oz. Pkg. Pkgs. 17:0z. Cans 2-Lb. Can Housewife's 3-Lb. Shortening No. 28828 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETI'I~ON FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomlsh. In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN VICTOR JOHNSON. Deceased - . NotiCe is hereby given tha~ u, u. Willard,administrator of the above- entitledestate, has flied his Final Report and Petition for Distribution of the above-entitled estate, and the time for hearing the said report and petitio~ is set for the 25th day of September,: 1959, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock, F.M in Department No. 3 of the above-en- 'Atled court. Upon such hearing, the court asked to approve and settle said re- port, fix the fee of the attorney for the administrator, fix the fee .of. ~le administrator, discharge the aalnln - trator and release and exonerate the surety on the administrator's bon~l, and close the estate. Dated this 17th day of August, 1959. ISEAL) MARY C. ANDERSEN~ Clerk of the above-entitled Court. By Edna Jernigan, Deputy. MATHEWS & MATHEWS, Attorneys for Administrator, 315 Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington. Date of 1st publication, Aug. 27, 1959, Date of last pub Sept. 10, 1950 V. S. Choice Lb. Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Sunday S p.m. FRIDAY-SATuRDAY-SUNDAY AUGUST 28-29-30 "UP PERISCOPE" James "'Maverick" Garner Andra Martin "ENCHANTED ISLAND" Jane Powell --- Dana Andrews Tall Cans 12-qt. PET Size DOLE Giant 46-0z. Cans Ur S. No. 2--Netted Gems--Economical large families. 50-Lb. Bag Large Yakima--Lge. selec- tion of crates for can- 16-Lb. ning--Low price Crate Each n Garden fresh. nlonSPlan favor- 3 -.~- Ill ite salads Lb. Large thick meated bells Lb. ITALIAN U. S. No. 1. They're here for canning. 30-Lb. Box 2.19 Lb. Leg V. S. Choice LB. Ice Milk LUCERNE. 59 Vanill.a or Triple Treat HALF GAL U S Choice )~J Lamb, Boneless Lb. Bread SKYLARK. U. S. Choice L~-, Sandwich. Lamb Lb. ~ LARGE LOAF HIGHWAY / 16.Oz. Cans SUNKIST 6-Oz. Can Chocolate 24-Oz. Milk Amplifier Jar SNOW 6~/~-Oz. MIST Striped 121/4"Oz- Shortbread Pkg. U. S. Choice Lamb Lb. 12-Oz. EMPRESS jar Tomato Sauce TOWN HOUSE 8-Oz. Can POWDER 4.Roll ROOM Pack Feminine Pkg. Napkins of 12 V. S. Choice Lb. U. S. Choice Lb. Full Cut Beef Whole Lb. Fish DIAMOND "F"--6 to 10 lbs. Whole or half slabs. Lb. Spaghetti DINNER HOUR. Long Style 24-Oz. Pkg Lemonade SCOTCH TREAT. Fresh Frozen. 6-Oz. Can Assorted Colors All-purpose Cleaner Reg. Bars 32-0z. Can 47-0z. Pkg. 28-0z. Bottle Facial Tissue Pkg. ) of 400 Sale starts 9 a.m. Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 29, in Arlington.