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THE ARLINGTON TIMES. ARLINGTON. WASItINGTON, T FURS., APRIL 2, 1953. PAGE TttR I Jack Lee of Seattle spent sev-!were guests Sundav at the Gil- __. [[ OSO ........... eral days of his Easier vacation bert h~akus" home. Mr. Bob Y~- R Ill ........ ~ .... /~U/~/V t/l/.J/.J with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and[ler also called. Mrs. Makus's i i ~ ~-- [[[ Mrs. ~eme ~u~, ...... Mrs. Claude Damaske. Jack at-[younff sister, Shirley Burrus, of i i i Dill gliiAV[ [[i corresDor.oenL . ~. ' i By btella ~'arsons tends Junior ~igh at Ballard. ]Granite Falls, spent a few days ~ILL ~U~L [I Mr. and Mrs. Chfforo l)avm March 27th marked the six- Mrs Harry Carlson of Arting-[with them. Shirley has rheumat- [ now_ residing at Kirk|and, are tenth wedding anniversary of ton Heights was happily sur-[ic fever and is unable at present ..... [tne nappy parems oz an aaoptea Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Run|son. They ,,,~o,~n w,~n .... ~, ...... -,., ./tn attpnd ~chnefl / .... I uaugnter corn in a ~eatue nO - recelveo oeau[liUI glzts Irom the c, roun of fri,~-~ ,,,h. .~,~o ~.1 Htt,,~ .. .... .~ ~,...^.. ~.,.. . ~..,,,. ~r~ "*" ~'" ' " I" - l^th but uired b .......... ~" ~. .................. 1 .......=-,,~-~, o,~y~,~, ~.~=,=- | l~Wl~ lO ~l~ll'l j lpital Iv larcn _u ...... ac~ .....y Eshe ~un2quists. tne ~Ig ~una. celebrate her birthday. The]brated his birthday Tuesday, the / I mem [nls w{2eK-t~nu ~n~ wau quls[s of wnl[e tlorse, ano the nei-hborin- fr~o-~o ~.,~ ~,~.,oa u~=t ,,,~,~ ~ h,. .o,.. ,~..,m-- [[. _Ouake ,]]named aexie aeona Clifford is]A. G. Shermans of Lake Cassidy. -,~v ~ ~.r,_.a ..................................... ~'Pro~=~~ =~" J~3o"~lt~hrJ~'a~m"~ ~"~o ~"t~h hl"m ...... par- [ The Everett City League is]the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack These people all called at the Pnr~,~nu frnm tho m,rn Mr [,~nt Mr .nn ~,~ n,a ~o,,~,, . . .... [looking for an Arlington club to]Davis- . . .. ]Rob|son home to wish them the Carlso'n's dau"ghter, Goldle: "wasland~'si'st'er,'Cath"y';'are"plan'~in'g ~agms spottea}ana a single. Anderson's worK]join meir circuit. They pray theirt Mr. and Mrs. Lack ~avis re-[oest o~ everymmg, sorry to miss the event but Terrylto move some time in April to a Loggers a 10 to 6 behind the plate was adequate]games at night. Any club inter, turned home Sunday evening[ Last Thursday Mr and Mrs with his mumps keot her at[place on the Jordan road were out in the fi-]and Borseth hustled at third.Jested call at the H & L Sportlfrom a trip to Pasco, where they[Tom Almli dro~)e to'Camano Is~ home .... o then roared from be- Lindquist gave up eleven hits in]store in Everett .... It's been ru-[visited for a few days with ]and visiting their daughterMr" and Mrs Kenneth Fenner Use "Tlmes" classified mq,, , . ..... | ...... e hve t~mes and take going the route but hurled goodlmored that A1 Running expects]daughters Roberta and Flora and[Evelyn Major and family. Mr.]and children of Lake Stevens effective salesmen. game of the seasonlball for so early in the season, Inow to play ball this season for/their families Their grandson, ', and "Mrs Ed Almli had as din-] bs, I, to 10 The game]yielding but three walks Ander-[F:rtWor~hroftheT~xas League..[Jimmie Murray, will be home[her guests Sunday her parents,[~ last Tuesday at Ar-]son and Olsen hit well for the[ o ' hollar guy]shortly on a discharge. [Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, her]| IC'111)I~'II' PUITI)g~U f~C ~UII)II~'IP CPICIkPIPI~'IP I conditions not exact-lEagies but more power is neededlof the Arlington ball club. An-/~rcra~e Meet|n9 Friday/ ]aunt Mrs. Betty Pearson andl] tirol ~llUl~N U[ ~,Ell~lDl+ O~.liMlllD| | ~r baseball. The con-]in the'first part of the batting]derson reminds one of "Butch"[ The Mt Wheeler Grange]daughter, Violet and her friend,[] " Fourth and Dunham " lled in the first inning[order. Arlington will probably]Fowler, who played on the un-]Home Economics committee will[Mr. Gent Huddleson of Everett, l| ~o~,"wa~'~'n'~, ~ | tilstorm passed over,]show more with the coming otldefeated club of 1937. Fowler al-/ .... ,.~t th,~ nro~.r~m ~t th-land Mr and'Mrs Joe Milner andl| ........................ + ' | tally finished betweenl-ood weather Iso cau-ht Accord|n- to/~........ ,= r- ,.~.,$+.- ,~ . "~l .......... ,~ ....... :~. o .... .~..+.J| ~hurch of Christ, Sclcm~ I showers, wintery[ Lineuns" ]United Press the Seattle Rainiers|an~if~d ~nch m~mhor i~ r~-Ithe Ed Almlis took Runny to Ev-Ill m ~os~on, Maasaenuevt~. Warm sunshine. ]Arlington h~ H R]are expected to head the Coast]quested to bring a labor saving]erett to attend the Scout Orama[] ~~L~.~ I aUek Jones, freshman[Cowles, s~ .................. 4 0 0 [League thin season, followed bY]|dea for home or farm and there]held at the Armory. Each den | ..................................... | :or the Lo,,,,ers hadlLind,mist n 3 1 3 |rm~ywooa, uos Angems, uaK'[wiH h~ ~ nrize for each [had a booth to exhibit artielesll TeaUraonlal meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Reading l~om: Ohur~ | f!ve batter~n a row,[Peter~on 'lb .............. 3 0 I land_San Francmeo, Portland,[ "~r:and~ Mrs. C~ark'" Knights]made by its members. The boys[] ~~oaas~at~ ! ~min one out of win- [Anderson, c .............. 5 2 2 [~a.n.~mgo, anu ~acramemo .... /and boys have moved from Se-|of his den had made bird cages,] p~..maly mvttea ~ a~na ~ | tame, when the roof[Borseth, 3b ................ 3 0 1 MmKey fiyan took a short trip tolattle to a cottage on the George[which they displayed. [| s~e rree u~e or the Reading Room. | a the young Loggers IL Nelson, 2b 0 0 0 [roruana last weeK ~n tne waY[Anderson nlace It was recentlv] Mrs Oscar Southermark is[| Christian ~ ~otherChucr ~, Bo~ton I* bro~,m~ | Lsen startedthe ~(~me-lWognild, If .............. 2 1 1 back+he sto.pped atLong Beach]vacated by'Mr. Clarence Eckma~{,]confin'ed at the General Hospital[| every $aturday 4:4S p.m. on Station KJR, Seattle. ! a stinging single tolBlacker, rf ................ 1 0 0 ann taiKea to,~oy ~tarr; ar., oe.~-[who had resided there for several]at Sedro-Woolley. She is in a[ straight hit of theIThomsen, cf ............ 4 3 1 [ter Known as ~g Jug: Starr iS]years" Incidentally, it is recalled]critical condition After her hus-[~ ....... ~--= ...... -=_=-:_---- hitter Melvin Wheel-|Goerlich, 2b ............ 3 0 0 |a meat magnate at the resort]that this house was also the[band returned this last Tuesday[| .... I Jones out of a walk, lOlsen rf .................. 2 1 ~ 1 tow.nana.wmlds a.mean COWling]home of Clark s great grandpar-[from seeing her he said she had l[ ~rr~ f~ ~-~-~T~ ~-~aV~I ~dquist walked to fill[Coming, ph .............. 1 0 0 !oaJJm nls spare.ume, recent.~Y]ents about forty years ago. [been given a blood transfusion]~ ][l~ ~L~A~L~l~ 1~ ~' ~ ~n Peterson also won]Wheeler, ph ............ 0 0 1 ]piacmg.secona w,th hm team ln l Mr and Mrs John Cole had[the evening before and one thatl[ ,~st and one run was[ -- -- --[~ St:l~?ntU~n~wel~.~n lnbob~l~tot~e~,r'[as visitors Thursday of last week, |morning. ]] Now upon the first day of the week, very early in the mora- l0 7 and the bases Totals 31 8 11 I P g g I c u sin Jack Anderson then [- . _ " ................... __ .. _llington's teams are running dead l o ple cou " s and their wives]. Mr. Southermark s . injured][ ing they came unto the sepulchre bringing the spices which ~arrlngton ass ~ :s la t i trom Amerta t:anaua 'ney were nana nas nealea enougn so me ' ' the ground to center] .......... ] s n their respective leagues .... ' ...... " . - ] ..... ......~ .~...~ [[ they had prepared, and certain others w~th them And they _ ~lllanu, p-ll .............. o u Ii Ev r ..... ' ...... ,tHe sons OZ dOlln s uncle,~ee~oanuage COUlCl De remu.cu ,,,~,,-,, . . .. aners scored as the n e ett rlero s l,~ero ano the f r nr ne thr ............... /G. Green, 2b-ss ...... 4 0 0 I Arlington "Lions Herb's aredo I Brks' a periodical visitor here[day. He has to keep exercising!| ound the stone roiled away f om the sepulc, e. And t y uugn tne ou~[lel(1 _ "lParris, c 2 0 1 lin b ...... " ...... "lin the pioneer days The Brookslhis fingers so they wont remainl? entered in, and found not the body of the Lord Jesus. And ~ntdBtllchGre:: to3klEdwards, lb .............. 3 2 1 ]log etle~D~n ~2:a~[ b~['diVa~n3~lw'ere accompanied here by their|stiff. -.. .... 1~ it came to pass, as they were much perplexed thereabout, [Rob~aga' ss + u z] .... . ]tonaUnt' Mrs rmnry uroogs of Traf- Mrs Finn Amunason has lust]} ked Dmk Borseth ~ g g [ ~1 . .................... has recentl under one a b~ " behold two men stood by them m shining garments" Why lnson rf 3 2 2 'face liftin+ ~ ..... After a short stay they were recovered from a case of laryn- . ' .............. : _. a~pen followed with]Sanford' cf .111111111111114 1 1 ]been recur" r~gisDaS~Im: nwa33[n their way to California for algitis. She and Mrs, John Amund-[| seek ye tne nvmg among tne ueao: me m not nere, ~uz to right that the/B Green, 3b-p 4 2 1 [enou - ' ..... . [trip. [son drove to Fortson Wednesday[~ risen: Luke 24:1-6 ~t momentarily ..in[D. Noble If .............. 1 1 1 [,~,~,gn soas no~ ~o, mn~er a[ Mr and Mrs. John Cole were~to attend a party at Irene John-[] low" " pp~ ]Mount, p .................... 2 0 0 [backstop has been moved closerdroner guests m Darrmgton on]sons. . [,: ..... .rag Anuerspn tO]M" Green, e .............. I 1 0 [to the nlate an-~ new wire strun- Sunday w~th Mrs. Colt's smter,[ A new baby has joined the[] amng run. [Estes, rf .................. 1 0 0 [over thee t,,- ~o,~m,, +~ .... ~ Mrs L Reece and family ~group of young fry on the ~urn.|l ~P~|~I~" ~,m ~~ ~a~ ~ lAnderson lb ...... 2 1 l/u--uitea+~t~s+~l'"s~'`'s .... [ ~" " - 1- .~ :'~.- } A boy was born to Mr andMrs/I ~/111~ blI~K/~M ~7~MUII'~ ie , ' " p q p aye s are not ~vlr. ann mrs. ~:vert ustrom " " ~ L L.r| Ludwmks Eagles[Jones, p ...................... 0 0 0 [usin ............................. Orlo Hamblln on March 22nd.]| |L /l] /Lll LII[|gL S ..... ] [ ~ up ume chasing ~oul CallS antiiamlly an(1 Mr. an(1 Mrs.... led coring in the first Wllhs, 3b 0 0 0 w " " ~ ' Hm name m J. Berton and weigh- ng three runs with-/Enyeart, 2b .......... 0 0 0 /+uesda A ril 14 is a hohda" " the mit on Stev "a at birth 5 lbs 12 oz |I IIUAM .. l aucwnnnh,ch sailed over the top =Ial Sundberg enjoyed a trip to . ?f gyanttgZn / Totals ~ / :arkiY'onyPour calendar, thY SundSa owatchthes enSs. 4 ylWiasSeho ship I] OILI/qlln L/qflLIIUVU i uattrl, all , a d to , ...._ _ / + .................... iSeattle Rainiers, managed local- renorted the weather was beau- Sandra Parsons is please m g g,~ggP~aam ~a~m~nm I :oaud l~te~ qUlCK as[.. Shortficore~ ...... R^ H Elly by Mickey Ryan. open their tiful the road was free of snowlbe the recipient of the twenty-[] rAKI} I ; :,~u uuee um=~/~arrington ..u6a oo~ u o x a[home season against the Secra- and ]mndreds of skiers w~r~ seenlfive dollar scholarship offered bytl ~ , ,.~,.~,,-,~-~ ,-~ ,-,. ~, tot the second on[Arlington .... 310 020 5 11 8 2/mento Solons 7I believe R,,an on thZ+v~-rious hills .......... Ithe Business and Professional|| Iq.'Z! %,"1't4:1.~ .%'I/]~JT) A~ V ] ~uwards a fielder's .... < ~ ,, r, , ~-~'~ k.)~ J-:~. ~ ~-_~ ~, ~. L.~z ~ .A v.-- - " ...... / THand, Mount (1), Jones (6),[wH1 be m hm usual seat behind ~-~'~'- U-ile" took ~"-:^-~" +n[Womens Club of Arhnoton. [1 ........ [ ,, er o Bill I~ oln- . ... ~-~a~r. oa .v oclluu~y L~ r p[ - y !o _.lB. Green (7) and Parrm Mlhome plate giving advice to the whilo nt wnrk last work nnd Young Terry Johnson seems to]] &pru o, loo~ , emu EWO Well fllI" ' ............................ . . lip r. ...... .~ r.h,~lGreen (5). Lmdqmst and Ander-]ump~res on that date .... was immediately taken to thelbe hawng one tough time after]] =,~c.v ,vr.~u~.~a~ r.~rm-.~ vaw=w,'~,.~ ,n e~ ,,,~ [ I A ltal another this spring wnlle re n gton took a 4 to 3 Summar,," Trinlets Lind-uist,[Dick Lindquist and Jack Ander- rhn.gton Hosp.. , where hiS[covering, from the flu he -ot the[I ZION LUTItERhN CHURCH, SILVANA 11"31} a.m. ] ' aalf as Dick Lind ...... ~" ~, ~" -.7 "~ .,., /son as hi~ b~,~ .... ~,~ ~r~ ~,. conumon is sam to ne serious. I .~ ..... s . . |1 ................... I to d " ~. noole uouoies lnomsen (z, ...... ~.............. - .Hls four children" from S okane mumps Tne oay ne returneu to |[ ~ I on Leep.rightcente, or Sanford, B. Green.'Hit by pitcher,[field wj!l shapeup with either and Montana have arrive~ Ischool, Tuesday, he met with anI Special Choir and Solo Music in both churches. "'~'~'~ ~'~'~"~ Borseth by Tiiand. Balk, Lind- ]Larry ~lsen or ~on reterson ar ........... ". _ I accident, receiving a cut over his l Sacrament of Holy Bantism administered I ""'~" ~'"*""~"" nuist Strikeouts Lindnuist ~5~ /nrst almo wlsen may get a' uz interest to me local znenus o,,o r-to ~u,,,~,~ ~,~,~,,,~,, ~,~ ,~II ~ " " I ~slead_fthe.game Tiland (1), Mount (~), Jones [berth intheutfield. Len Neison!m the announcement of the.en-[s~l~oolroom~'~n~ struck his head[] ....... '. ._ . . ,, I ~eort rarrm, ano ,~1~,. Walk~, ~.~h" ~-...~..~,-~H'~""~~ ~,,,~ ~.-'m/or ~ih ~oerlich will get the call gagement oI ~WlSS ~oanne ~ames,n,~..... ~..,.tha ..~nrn~ar .......................... nf ~ t~hla Th~ ~,tl| All are cor(:llally invited to worship ,,Him' who died for [ . Worked Lmdqumt l~nd ~ M~unt ~-~) .~,~n~ ~_~ [at second while Dick Borseth of Lake Stevens to Pvt. Burton L.In,~,~,~,~d ~ d~,.tnr'~ ~tt,~n~i,, h,tl| our sin, and arose for our Justification -- I l sEidg~ards2:d R~b~ ~. Green' ('i~': Runs"ba~tecl~ in~ L:[getwSlethe~da~ ti~r?handarGdene El~tesSo3foE~iretatnR-drsB~rtnEistfortunatelyno~st]tch~es"were re-*]l J.H. Myrwang, Pastor. Nelson, Wagnild Blacker, J An- g ": uired Id a 7 to 4 lead. derson 3~ Thomsen ~2~ t;,~t~r /it will be a battle between Mary tes, who lived on the Herman ~ - ~ ........ -- ................ arv Wogmld and son B C~reen '~ o~ .... ]Wogmld Bob Blacker Rudy Fry farm several years ago Pvt ...... , ,,, ,,,, , ~ ~Hm~t [~ , ~ ~,0] I~.UU 11 [~UI 1 ~ ' + . . " -- -- -- lus Thomsen s hne e_::'~..~.~ 1-, ,,~..~.,.. ' ~,, ,~ .... ]Thomsen, and Olsen Thomsen Estes ~s now statmned in Japan ~d " :,.~,~IIJLU J. U, L~. 1~1 UU J.,C, lYl. k~t~ll, " . + a pa~r for the L,,~i,~. n~ho,, , .... [and Olsen both sophomores, are w~th the U. S. Army. The wed- " hfth, shawng the . o |h~ttmg well, I~ut Wognild and drag date has not been set. The Loggers took _ ., _ Blacker are expected to find the The Oso I~ome Demonstration ~ad in the very next Arlington Onens range soon, and both are letter- Club met at the club rooms '~ble by Bill Green, ..~ . .r men. Wednesday, March 25th, each x,m. Anaerson, a ,~R~t~ll AnPil _q o---------- member brought her own lunch Y ~ck Noble, ano ..... r . T.-.I. T ..... T .... to smt her own fancy. It was ny mc~mmy The Arlington Eagles begin to ll~t.l~ lgllllll} l~lIl~ eaten and personally judged af- Simmons used six- in the contest, giv- race to show their ggers hit sharply, Winners eleven to mford made sev- ,s in the outfield, strength behind Roland Mount fastball for the he worked. through the that they will ~etition to "B" this season. Larrupers the Thomsen was ung Rudy clouted tagged doubles play for keeps this coming Thursday, April 9, as Coach Er-Suffer in Cold Weather nit Ludwick's nine entertains the Marysville Tomahawks. T h e If one gets up early enough in game will begin at 3:30. It will the morning and goes by the ath- letic field, he may spy three fig- be the first league game for both ures kneeling on the pitching clubs Fresh from an 11 to 10 victory mound, kowtowing to the East, over Darrington, the Eagles are where the sun should rise over looking forward for a chance at the left field wall, and speaking bigger game. The Tomahawks the following 'words in unison, are defending champions, and "Spring is here, the sap is riz, we have a strong club again this wonder where the sunshine is?" season Arlington's spirited last The three, figures are Coaches ditch comeback against the Log- Larry Munizza, Ralph Pistorese, gers may have injected more and Ed Korsboen. There used to spirit and hustle into the Eagles, be four figures, but last week and this could be.a big factor Ernie Ludwick got in a ball Lindquist-$mder~on game for his team, between hail storms, and no longer joins the Coach Ludwick expects to start group. POWER CHAIN SAW ARLINGTON Chain Saw Reputation for !+ PERFORMANCE E.L. 'ill Go on for Years Munizza's track men have a four-way meet scheduled for Snohomish on April 10, along with Marysville and Twin City. His track squad is still in the limbering up stages; being un- able to get going on the slippery and usually muddy track Coach Pistorese's racket squad has been inactive for the past week due to the weather, and Coach +Few men kave served their Ed Korsboen's first Junior Hi ball game is just two weeks away. Korsboen's Frosh haven't turned out for a week. Until the weather changes there.is no doubt that the three will be actually anxiously scan- ning the skies, hoping for a ray of sunshine O Darrington Travels To Monroe April 7 The Darrington Loggers will I