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March 19, 1959

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BOB ERICKSON O BI MILK Darigold Tall Tins ICK Beffy Crocker 40-Oz. Pkg. 3/39 39 2 $139 Folger's ' Cn FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE----6-oz. jar . . . 85 CLA-M CHOWD iR 4 :c:'oO!.$1 i CH I Li'00 "''e*''csz 89 O.c;den+  FLOUR 99 IO-Lb. Bag COT, CHEESE ,,., 27c MISSION MACA ItNI 4 .,,. 69, KAN KAN -- Chunk Style -OP FINE MEATS-- W&SHING.TOt't GROWN .... Tede, Who!e Bodied CEDERGREEN FROZEN FOODS PEAS ,0.o,. ,,. 7/Sl FR. FRIES I 0-Oz. Pkgs. ' I STRAW BERRIES "' P" 33' Butter Alder Parkkb. U & I Powd. or Brown Sugar 2 No. 1 Netted Gems nil .--PRODUCE-- SPUDS Fresh, Green, Tender ASPARAGUS FLORIDA PINK GRAPEFRUIT __ -- -- Iml ulgn 12/98' i BAR-S m 6 to 8-Lb. Average PICNICS..,*, . 35, JILG'S -- Skinless, Cello ""'-"---Wi*NK: . . . . . . . . .4% THRIFTY BRAND -- 1-Lb. Cello ---DRY GOODS DEPT.--- GIRLS' EASTER BONNETS and HATS With HAND BAG up to s2.49 NEW/N EW/ N-E-W-! Ladies' Hand Bags s2.98 & s3.98 NEW SHIPMENT STRUTWEAR HOSIERY EASTER {or GIFTS B A C O N " " L " " " " " " " 2 ' 85' BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS PURE PORK Bulk ' ." - , ORLON SWEATER SHIRTS S A U S A G E . . . . . . 3% ,1.9s to '2.98 STOP a'nd SH'0P  OowntownMarysville II Jl Near the Stop Light I on 3rd & Stale m rysw"e a In _ s--.,N... at the ._ ,,o,.,s II See the Manager For Details M'ARYSVILLE G Marysville, Thursday, March 19, Garden has YV at Hi//crest Clinging Vine Garde March 11 at the Arnold Nelson with Wold. ors were present to activities. Mrs. gave a report on the meeting, which was at the Congregational Everett. This group and received 4 ribbon- March 14, day at Hillcrest school out the flower beds last year. Mr. and donated a cultivated Grape the school. Junior Clinging Vine will observe Arbor by planting a tree at School. Mrs. Bill Monk J Curtis Thomas made tt visit tO Shaw's rest an elderly couple in take them a cake their well- being. The next meeung w 8 at the home Of ton. with Mrs. JameS co-hostess. Garden club makesplans for Spring Mrs. George Davis W. F. Kipple were the dessert luncheon the meeting of Garden Club at the Mrs. Kipple, March and St. Patrick's Day' denced in the freshments and flower ments Trophy warded first to Mrs. :second and third to Mrs. Gerry. Roll call was naming a perennial to this year. Mrs. ClarenCZ ler's paper on "Sprin Roses" went into the tory at the roseand ideas on rose care the ,*,'ear. Mrs. G, Torie read Thumb of Green," Mrs Austin gave a fundament followed by "My Whi] GardenClub, containing food for It was announce Fuss is moving to Wash., and Mrs. Seattle. Mrs. Webb program committee, members bring wire, bon and flowers to meeting, as Mrs is oing to give on corsage making. Garden club i meetinq Thur at city hall i Marysville Garden club ICity Hall Thursday, t, 11 o'clock. The ! Kelley read an article and arranging. told of her trip brought a branch from Itree growing along Goldie Siggins !Michigan very cold !pared it to "our west." Sadie Johnson marigolds, saying that efforts being made to marigold the state Hilda Leishman, and Alice Ponds were ion the park to meet with the park garding flowers and beautifying the park. Lunch was served at hostesses Goldie Fauver and Peggy rangements were featured. Laura P.owers. and Sadie Johnson. Fir It. Clair Kuhnle. zn pourmg container; Jessie gckford in and shrubs Morden won a third in -' rangement. Violet Gab'. i Tingstad and tlilda LeiS 'firsts in horticulture- BIRTHDAY DINNER i Asbery, celebrating his i was held i of Mr. and Mrs.