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PAGE EIGtIT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttINGTON, TIIURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1953. The Arlington Eagles ended their 1952-53 Northwest League baskethall season on a sour note by dropping decisions to the An- acortes Seahawks and the Sno- homish Pa'nthers. The twkn set- backs, plus the double defeats Edmonds suffered~, over the week- end, left the Tigers and Arling. ton tied for seventh, necessitat- ing a one.game play:off, the winner to oppose Everett for the final tournament spot. , Playing at home last Friday, Arlington fell apart in the final quarter and lost a 52 to 35 de- cision to the big and rough Sea- hawks. Arlington looked good during the early going, grabbing a quick 5 to 1 lead. The Sea-i hawks came back strong to take Too Late to Classify ; BY ..... Need a refrigerator. See Leon- .' -- -- -- BILL QUAKE ard. Need a refrigerator? See Leonard. Need a refrigerator? TO0 E-~--RTH See Leonard. I[ 0W 7.7 cu. Ft. Frigidaire---Brand .Y I" "" new 1953 MODEL - $199.75 I L By Quake complete. Henry Murray, Ar- ,~The Anacortes Seahawks es lington. I II I tablished a new Northwest an 11 to 6 first-quarter lead, butILeague scoring mark recently PHARIS TIRES---6.00x16 Ribgrip- per $15.25; 6.70x15 ribgripper,! the Eagles, a good second quar- running up an 80 to 55 score $15.95. Tax included. ter team ~hroughout the season, against Edmonds in the closing fought their way back into con- weeks of the season. The old rec- COAST-TO-COAST :ention, trailing by only 21 to 20 at the half. The score was knot- !:ed at 23 all midway of the third period, but from that point the Eagles faded badly. Anacortes, with only two seniors on their squad, controlled the boards and hit their shots in the final per- iod to win going away. Jim Ber- entson led the Seahawks with 16 points. Kenny Wangsmo was high for the Eagles with ten. Coach Ernie Ludwick's quin- tet journeyed to Snohomish Sat- urday night and put up a whale of a game before going down to defeat 54 to 48 at the hands of ord of 74 points was held by Mr. FOR SALE -- 1948 Oldsmobile Vernon, and tied by Anacortes (98) Convertible--$1095. A1 earlier in the season .... Jack: Ronning, Phone 152W4. Anderson. scoring 26 points, pac-iMurphy P---------~ckin---~Co.----~ Custom ed Western Washington College to an upset 69 to 68 win over Col- killing, cutting, and wr~tpping.[ lege of Puget Sound at Belling- Locker beef. Phone EverettI t~am last week. Anderson, veter- Tuxedo 3648 evenings, Arling-I an guard, played for Coach Er-ton 3401. hie Ludwick's Eagles in their palmier days .... Twenty rifle teams competed for the William Randolph tiearst civilian marks. manship trophy last Saturday. The Arlington Rifle Club finish- ed twelfth with a count of 1467. Scores of local shooters were Ben the championship clubof the Eagles Lose to Northwest League. Dick Borseth collected eleven first quarter ~i~ ~,.t ~a~I,,~ points to lead the Eagles into a ulg~o agz azca3~•• 13 to 11 first period lead. At the Playing at Snohomish last half it was deadlocked at 25 all. Monday for the right to meet the With Bob Ramberg hitting from Everett Seagulls and a crack at far out the Panthers nosed into the last remaining District A a 38 to 33 third quarter lead and Tournament berth, the Arlington: held on to win by their six point Eagles fell before the superior margin. Ramberg was high for rebounding strength of the Ed- Coach Stun Bates' club with 17 monds Tigers and dropped a 46 counters. Don Peterson led the to 39 contest. It was the last Eagles with 16, followed by Bor- game of the season for the Eag- seth's eleven. The defeat ended ies, the finale for six Arlington the Eagles league season. seniors. Lineups: Coach Ernie Ludwick's squad Arlington 35 Pos. Anacortes 52 trailed for three and a half quar- Wangsmo, 10 f. Bertenson, 16 ters before nudging into a one Goerlich f Francin, 11 point lead with just minutes to Spencer, 5 c Ruvera, 13i go. The lead was shortlived, Lindquist, 3 g Marrs, 2i however, as the Tigers garnered Peterson, 9 g Sandvick, seven straight points and a 41 to Subs: Arlington--Borseth, 3 • , ¢" • Hoover Special Vacuum CleanerlMattresses and • ,- ,ATE MODEL 8 cu. ft. --Guaranteed 1 year.--- BrandI kinds--All sizes~ • -*z frigerator reasonable.' new condition --- $21.95 com-[ Henry Murray, A Sundbergl R. 3 (Oso). plete. Henry Murray, Arling-[~ -:-- . -- I 322W4. ton. • I r~ew ~earoom ~ul[es--JUS~ ar- I -~--------~-------~--~ -----------~'------- I rived -- Newest finishes and I WlLLYS CAR for sale We trade. Washers--Extra_good!styles. We'll trade-in your didI some repair--T55 00 't seal tnls week on a oranuI one--easy terms on Dalance.]Carlson R 5 1 mile new Speed Queen or Frigidaire~ Henry Murray, Arlington. Edgecomb " ' Automatic. See us now. Henryl------~l -~" ........ Murray Arlington . • ~Have storage space for piano, forlcmn~ nn' T.ot'¢ ~,~t .~Nt~ ---------~--~1 use In rumpus room or will A .... B ...... .... ' t the ene[1L J Jane• , Brand new 1953 Model Frigidaire[ buy if reasonable. Phone 1643. Wheeler Grange, Oso, Refrigerators and Ranges --t~----------- day Feb 28 for the JFOR SALE--1942 G M C Trucks , • , Easy terms. Henry Murray,, ........ • " " • • ' ~ell~ f~m~l,~ ,.~, ~ Arlington , ~.v~ lo-pIy; slngie ax logging y, ~- , ...... a ........ • t~--iler ~2~ in ,~1,, xr~,.~. H. tneir home by fire. We trade furniture--all kinds--' dal, R.~'4,~ /krlington:~VPhone Shirley's Music Good allowances---easy terms. 25131. Henry Murray, Arlington. EleCtric Washer---Good operating condition- $19.95 complete. Henry Murray, Arlington. TRAV-LER TELEVISION -- High in quality; low in price. All Mahogany cabinets. COAST-T0-COAST MURPHY PACKING CO. Custom killing, cutting and wrapping. Locker beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo 3648 evenings, Arling- ton 3401. DUCK EGGS FOR SALE---Cicero, Route 3. Inquire Cooley's Cor- ner. latest model -- fully teed--we're closing $179.95 complete. trades. Henry Murray, ton. Philco Electric Range new--T129.50 complete.. Murray, Arlington. Knudsen 373, Chef Bluemke 368, FINE QUALITY, LARGE SIZE MARSH SEEDLESS Barney Brenne 358, and Gilbert " ~"/2--|/' ~'~ Russell 368. The Arlington club • • Lb. is defending County Rifle league : CHUCKED FULL OF HEALTHFUL VITAMINS. EASY TO PEEL. NAVEL ~,~_~ champions and are currently ~ •, leading the race again this year. SU] ~1 ~l[St ( )ral~R:~S • • • ~Lb ) " • . . A1 Ronning, Arlington offi- cial,called the Twin City-Fri-last week. Twin City won to gain i i PERFECTLY RIPENED---FULLY FLAVOREDa a a$ .e : ar or.yo. at nacortos • • • • • • • • • Lb. the eighth and final berth in the district "B" tourney .... !! Meal size NO 1 very best I~~~[ Cello b trimmed -11 -~" .~ REFEREES, by Walter Fud~ak, Jr ~:~ •., ag, . Yellow Onmns lb [ Potato Sale.* [[ [ Fresh Spinach ea,19£ I think that I shall never see i. I Wash. netted gems. clean wash- | A satisfactory referee, ~:~iNew crop bright colored p~_I ~0d-'lbn h;~y mesh bpagrl | Solid heads, well trim'd. ~' A ~ • ~ - • em $9 About whose head a halo shines,t Radmhes ...bu. O [ 4ff .Size "4' [ Cabbage .... lb. OC i:i Whose merits rate reporters' ii I ---- 100 lbs. | ~i! lines; ~! Firm, fine ripe ¢'bf~_ [ lkT., 0'~ 50-Lb. ~.,I 4 ~ / Tender and crisp. I~ ~ n ~C ~ U ~ ~ Bag ~ • • • ~ ~:~:; One who calls them as they are ~;i' Tomatoes .. ct . Celery ...... lb. 'IC And not as I should wish, by far. ORANGE SLICES A gent who leans not either way '*~IC~::: ~ ~.:~:~ ~,:: ~:~ ~;,:~ ~ ,::,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~::~ • But lets the boys decide th~ play; ....... ~ ............... ~'*~ ............ ~ ~~~*i~!~~]~~ GUM DR~ A guy who'll sting the coach whoR~) ARROW, WHOLE WHEAT OR VANILLA PASTRY STUFFED WITH FIGS. Fig I' Roxbury, sugar coated, 35 margin before the Eagles Quall 1, D. Erickson 2, T. Erick. yaps, counted again. Edmonds led 15 son, Bergam 2. Anacortes--Mc- From Siwash Hi or old Millsaps.i the true fruit flavor. to 11. 21 to 19, and 31 to 30 at the ,Cary, Petrich, Adams 3, Wellom, Poems are made by fools like me, 2-IA~. and tender. quarter marks. Johnson 1. But only God could referee. • • • • Pkg. IAneups: Arlington, 48 Pos Snohomish, 54l,~t~ f~ x~r~hi~t~ ~i~h YELLOW. GUARANTEED FRESH, GOOD FOI~ COOKING, BAKING AND TAELE USE. l-Lb. Arlington, 39 Pos. Edmonds46 Borseth. 11 f Barnhart, 6L%'"?* ,t',~,"=• ".~ .... "*'~'~T'" kee l d( ~r~ ;an e "*" ~" ......~ " "":'" ~ "~ a'" 2 f A ...... bcnoolAthletic Assoclatlon DUl- VV~IlgbII1U, ~ i LVIIIIS, O ~a~U ll, llerfllce, la letinl l (t • "=---" Goerlich, 3 f Lashua, 51D. Erickson e Aldrich, 10 " "" o Spencer c Johnson, 13FT. Erickson, 1 g Morley, 4 t I* • w II. 411~ • Lb. FLEET IAndquist, 5 g Allen, 121Bergam g Ramberg, 17 nrnngton Jr. m i u ' Peterson, II g Burdette, 71 Subs: Arlington--Wangsmo, 6, ~v'. ~o • . DELIC 0 S FRIED, .FOR SANDWICHES, OR IN OM~LErI~. Subs: Arlington---Quail 10,[ ~oertich 4, Spencer 3, Lindquist ,ins ~|na|e Hor, nel !;pam .,sco. Borseth 4, T. Erickson 4;D. Eriek.15~ Peterson 16, Olson. Snohomish ....... 12-Oz. son, Bergam. Edmonds--Symme, l---Carlson 4, Sinton, Iverson - Travenng.[o ~aonroe last Tues- For faster, easier wonderful cinnamon Sehulke 4. [Lynd Bennett any, the Arnngton Jr. riz casaoa • • • • Can muffins, etc. ' " team, Class A Jr. Hi champions, DEVIL FOOD, HONEY SPICE, WHIT~ AND YELLOW defeated Monroe Jr. Hi, Class B Jr. Hi champions, by a score of Betty. • ~, 40-Oz. 43 to 36. The victory avenged a-- s:' 20-Oz. ~ Pk~. previous defeat suffered at thetrocl er • • Pkg. sands of the Bearcats. , MONTRO~E, GRADE "AA" fresh cream, foil wrapped cubes, highest quality. Monroe jumped off into a huge VERMONT MAID The Darrington Loggers surf•t-,of a two-shot foul, with only five lead, piling up an 11 to1 margin • • • • • ¢ TABLE eel an upset one point defeat in[seconds remaining before Coach Ralph Pistoreses their opening game of the Districtt Fort- seven f~,,l~ wore call,~d quintet could get unwound. The - • B Tom:nament at Mt. Vernon lasti . " . ."7 ~ . "~... t7 Eagles trailed 11 to 7 at the .... Maple flavored, for Tue.¢~day night. The final count[during the nectlc nassie, z~ on ne quarter but pulled ahead at the REAL R~T, RICH AND SMOOTH, MADE ~M TOP GRADE PEANUTS. golden brown ~ancakeS. read Sultan 46, Darrington 45. It!loggers. Green fouled out for the half 22 to 19. Arlington held the ~t* ~asthet~hirds~raightupsetat[~~sersasdidZiebe~~andGatzke~eadthr~ugh~utthe~e~~ndha~f~ P{|allU Bullte ;oz thisyearslourney, Oak tIarbor] o ..Su,tar,. McDonald with sev. leading 33 to 26 at the third r . . . . and Concrete falling victims pre-lenteenpoints paced the Turks to quarter mark. Larry Gilbert vious to this contest. [0aei:• win Thomason's thirteen again paced the Arlington at- ~'~ ~ , Bumble Bee, for delicious casserole dishes " " ' ' d - 1 " Dromedary, mix, qmcK, easy, ~as~ aaa mm O)ach Vern Simmon's eager]was high' for Darrington. Dar' tack with. his second straight 6/s-Oz. • * 20-Oz. Loggers jumped into a good leadlrington goes back into action twenty pmnt g.ame. ~arison was ~~ Rose Bushes [ Chunk Tuna. Can 29c Devd Food M|x. Pk, 2, in the opening half, leading ll[Thursday night, playing Concrete sign Ior .t~eggle bcooeller's club&~l~ 2 Ye~ Ol ........ • Dinner Hour, try a steaming, tuna and noodle ........... " __ r a ~uaaea ~oc~¢ c 1o 6 at the quarter and boasting[in the first game of the night, with thirteen. ~~ " " 1 a~erole. Dromedary, zor ugnt, :,uHy, nne cakes• ' an 18 to 9 lead midway in thelThe Loggers can still gain the Lineups: ~.-~ Wide assortment of varieties, es- • ~ &T /! n~ ~t/° ~ • I~° 16-O1 ~ pecially grown and acclimated to " ~.~ m~cond period. At this stage of!third spot in the tourney. Arlington (43) Monr~ (36) IB our weather conditions In Wash- I": "-gg PlOOales... ] Lb. ~'~C White t,a~e m|x Pkg. the game the Turks started their[ Lineups: • Smith (4) ........ F .......... Circle (6) ~r lngton state. I White Star, for a tuna and rice casserole• Packed in a useful plastic cup. Pineapple ~ comeback, being paced by RaY[Darrington 45 Pos Sultan, 46 Jn. Larson (6) F. Anderson (3) ~, No. 2"s *" * , 6I/s.Oz. , i~;t~kreandonR::t'l'nMCy2:~ldtJh~'Th°nm~sgn'131 i " GYa~);k:' 11 GMiolbeer~2120)...:C ...... Ca~laSCenn(13)) ~'~,,~'~ 3/'1.98i,0 .... Each 69c ,1 B|teBettycrockerS~ZeM~,TUnadeuoiousCan 29e Orange Sherbet Pint 29 in Darrington's favor. Taking ad-fGladsjo' 4 c McDonal;]', 17 Jacobson (6)-~:Giiii-h)Ieheffey (2) ~^ w/whlp'd cream ............... ran@ i .~v. " '~ ~ fttt, • ~e • |41/ 0 ~mpress, serve on pancakes or xu,,~. vantage of several fast breaks inIGreen' 6 g Price, 8 Subs.: Arlington,~ Lindquist (5). ~ 3/3.25 .... Each l.Ot~ I Gln ercake.. Pk " z. 27C 2-L}a. " Aql the third canto the Loggers builttParris' 7 g Ziebell, 1 Monroe, Blair, Davis (1), Deri- ------ • ..... tva~lggg~z~ • . s . Can -~-- up a 35 to 27 lead onto have[ Subs.: Darrington--Edwards 1, field (2). the Turki narrow it to~To'32 at~ Haga 5. Sultan--Love 3, Bear, o f~ W~-'~x~_ ~..~'/~~=-~= ,. " --~'~ ~] Suzann~akeonthe Mn~a~er~p t- the third period mark. The Iinal[Clark" LION ,ow,.,s anc quarter was a knock down affair[ WIN 7TH PLACE " l as both teams battled hard. Bothl|A__| D:~| .... The Arlington Lions bowling , Y ",,- clubs had chances to insure a[JbUt~l lMutl~aa|~gsl team placed in the money in the k'g~~~~ .~ ~ ~~~n~'~'~ ~ with the"old west recipe [laY0 win, and both teams managed to,~a2li flp___Shooting on the home range Everett City Association League ~~ ~1 blow these chances. With fourl~U|| |op~ tournament, taking 7th place. minutes to go it was fledat 38 The tournament was held Feb. 40.Oz. Pkg. 3,.__~ BaqI/--Lb- all. Thoma~n sank a charityl Feb 12, the Arlington Rifle team 15. There were 27 teams entered. AA dldM loss to put his team in the lead detested Marvsville by a score of Arlington team scores were: Vie HORMEL'S or ARMOUR'S i but a pair of free throws by Me-i ~10 tn 1871 "Hiah man for Ar- Olson, 570 Mel Sass 561 K. Lay- Skinned Hams, 12-16 lb average tenderized, ~O~ ~ ~ "--'JAm I3~matd gave the Turks a 40-39 ~'inat,~ was'Clave'ton Grant with~man, 522; Leif Logan, 411; Fred lead al the two minute mark• ~. For Marysville it was Adolph lDavis, 359• Team total 2985• ~ whole or shank half Delicious 'baked with Lb. ~~ S~W true maple flavored. Yorke netted a pair of gift shots Ko~titz with 384 t ~ o ' ' pineapple• "~ '~ ~ !"1 O ' 12-Oz. but a field goat by Tiland closed i..l"~.~ .... " ] Washiffg~'ton has 241 incorpor- "--- "----,,'-= ......... ladle vrup ..... Bottle the gap Io 42-41, Turks, with stilI~ ~:,:~g~'--~ .... " 3~81 ated places. .trmour's ,,Banner Brand, to accompany your breakfast eggs. __ -- ~ ~ .... a minute remaining. A lay-in by ....................... SLICED BAC0Nc . . . . . . lb. 49 . ,. o, . Thomason put the Loggers ahead ~2YaBr~aem~e ................. : ...... 38~[ ~l I:::::::~ ~ ]£:::~ l=~ them st le meamm ~.neese but a free throw by Yorke tied ~net~ . . ..................... ,,.~ ~ Certi-fresh, cut-up, pan ready; try fried chicken Sou y • • FRESH FRYERS ...... .,. v~ sandwiches or casserole d~hes. - -- the contest once more, this time~en ~Ue~len ........................ ~41 ~ _ • Ih ~1~ Chatham, cheddar, delicious for sauces, lb..., at 43-43. With forty seconds to go t~ t t~u ........................... I r~fi~'~/~/~. Price stole a Logger pass. and ~ . , -"~-~[ !~ ~v~~ Bar "S" Brand, good hot or cold, in sandwiches or for breakfast. Dutch Mill, Pimiento or Swiss, 8 slice~ per pkg. SLICED CHEESE 8 oz pkg Ina(!etLrows theby TilandCrippleandg°°d'EdwardsFree-Marysville'--l°[al........................................ ±vJ.U~| . • LINK SAUSAGE .... . . lb. 55c Dis osable the flush awa""" '" " ' ' krlotted lhe count again at 45 all Adolph Koplitz 384/Show ...... u.s. "Choice" or "'Good," finest eating ~'A ~ -spc _, - y .... ~ ...... .... " ................... 374 ,a:tS ,:,, p.m. Sat. mat Beef T-BOnre2oo eaks ...lb. O[}C PIECE BACON oOde o ft Oo .J.o pacts with eleven seconds to go. Mc- orm Anderson .................... 372 - - " Donald then put the clincher on Charles Allen ........................ ""2 p.m. ~UR. ~oBt. -|roln ~ p.ul. U. S, 'Choice' ' ,' serve swissed ~ , ' ¢~ lI~e game, sinking the first shot S~an l~anlKeoerg .................. ~9 ~ ~ ~ii:i!! i~ i°~ J~ u!Ui ~~16 ctleOm tlh ] -----------~ /Sioyo lqtcn ............................ £ __!*____~---- ]D ..../1"!11.1,, -- THURS.-FRI.-SAT - FEB 26-27-28 ~k]rlLll~tUll~U?~ q,,,iUU Total ........................................ 1871 " " In 1..o,,,..Win Feb. 18th the riflemen went to Gregory Peck - Ann BIyth J~s L,~C~U~ v v Everett, where they defeated the "THE WORLD i League Standing Blues by a record score of 1922 Won Lost to 1851. This is the highest score ' IN HIS ARMS" Everett ............................ 7 0 shot in the county since the F~]mondsFalconnersMUkilte° ........................ ........................ ...................... 345233 setaonly league started.toneWhaveCOUntYit, brokenClayt°n GrantrecordtheOfsame391 SUN.-MoN.C°I°r by Technicolor. . . 'MARCH 1-2 M/ I/ A INE! lfl~ ~I~T ~ ~r~-d~U I ['~~ For cleaner, softer hands, in handy Plastic bag. I Ba~ Arlington ..........3 4 night by Art Jarboe of the Can- , • • of 8 M Yellow Cubes high quality ~ low Blanched, freshly roasted, and Marysville ...................... 1 5 doGS with a 395. " RED 0UNTAIN cost. salted. Brings out beauty while It cleans your skin. Naval Reserve .............. 0 7 Arlington-- Coach Stu Marshlain, Jr. and Clayton Grant ...................... 391 Paramount Picture Starring 2/57¢ 8o, -- R~. h~ Arlington Boys Club cage Lloyd Hartley ...................... 385 Alan Ladd, Lizabeth Scott Lb. Can ~C • • Size Get the soap that gets the dirt---gentle to hands. _-..-. TUES.-WED. MARCH 3-4 --Double Feature-- "INVITATI0 I" M.G.M. Picture Starring Van Johnson, Dorothy McGuire "FUGITIVE LADY" Republic Picture Janice Paige, Binnie Barnes THURS.-FRI.-SAT. MAR. 5-6-7 "JUST FOR YOU" Bing Crosby, Jane Wyman Safe Lux care gives longer wear for nylons, p Reg. akes " " " " , • • • Pk~, Brand new Lifebuoy has a new, pleasing fragrance. Lux, you'll find life pleasant when your Lux lovely. oft~er • • Lug, for lovelier skin and s hands. Berth Size Reg. Size. WESTERN BEER Beg. • a • Size No spots, no streaks, no extra bluing rinse. 3-Oz. • • Pkg. Prices effectiv[k~G~lay and Saturday, February 27th and Subject to m~tRet"changes and stock on hand in Arlin No sales to dealers, i Your favorite brand in an extra long length. • KING SIZE Ctn. 2.13 Pk~ Rainier, Olympia, Alt Heidelberg, Brew 66, Lucky Lager. Tins dep. Case of 24 ll-Oz. 3.23 Bottle team can gain a tie for third to- night if his club can down Ed- monds at the Everett Boys Club gym. Arlington easily downed the winless Naval Reserve team 46 to 23, in last week's contest. Arlington was never headed, holding a 27 to 11 half-time mar- gin. Wheeler and Klein topped the Arlington attack with ten and eleven points. Lineups: Arlington (46 Pos. Nay. Res. (4) ltendrickson 8 f Shanahan~ 4 Hurn f Mahlund 3 Wheeler 10 c Bellarts Knutson 2 g Farr 5 Elein 11 g Bly Subs. Arlington--Mock, Ella- son, 1, Wognild 4, D. Klein 1, Becktell 2, Wick 3, Funk 4. Nay, al Reserve-Price, Leary, Mar- ton ), Blake 4. Chef Bluemke ...................... 383 Barney Brenne ...................... 382 Gil Russell ............................ 381 Total ........................................ 1922 Everett Blues--- Karl Bielser .......................... 380 Maurice Morton ................ .*... 373 Harry Bourcier ..: ................... 370 Gar Bourcier ........................ 364 Joe Lindell ............................ 364 Total ........................................ Shooting in the State P. I. Com- petition last Sunday, Chester Bluemke of the Arlington team made expert qualification with a score of 962, Art Bogan of Cen- tralia being high for the entire state with a score of 976. o Last year 305 dogs were li- censed in Moses Lake.