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:PAGE EIGHT , THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASItINGTON, THURS., APRIL 9, 1953. ! V W Tan | tbA ----*r- COTTON YARDAGE--Sanforized[FOR SALE---1937 CheV. v.~. wv a,~,wo auu i.~QL~ tv ~,,.a3~lIw percale prints--values to 59c---I tor. $100. Jack Warr( BY ~ .... reduced to 35c yd.---3 yds. fUll ton Apts. No. 4. ~k'=ThA~ MEN'S DRESS SHOES---Values to 97c. I---~ m m m BILL QUAKE $11 95---Your choice now $500. HA.MMERS DEPT. STORE ]BATES "35Crawler Bla.., II'fd.'~fif.~71 pr.--2 for $900. __ ~ usable except bla~ [~,~r~ HAMMER'S DEPT. STORE ~ng needs mounting --$5 .... ~,~~~ ~~ tractor,, on rubber and steel tractor in trade fore Little League - g-------~ ,~,,~,~ ,,~,~ ....... u-~,/~,ra,~ Priced for quick sale. Emus See Bert at Harold 0 .......... tel~ "-'%'s.v ..... ~'~"'"~2~ .... ' ~ r'fLarson 1st house north of Ce-I age, 4 miles east o~: Post celebrated its 25th Anni-I COAST-TO-COAST 9Fl1' ................. ~"= FOR SALE--1949 CaSl Baseball Sought .n tvlarcn z~tn ~oyer-,an I anal ory corers. ~zo per ya a. d~rh..=~ qt..r~ ph,.,.,~ .,~,.,.,,.~l .... versary. Over fifty members and I x~-U~,.'K---2-~~ ..... ~ [ fertilizer attachIIll I Arlington High School Ameri- iriends were served a delicious!"~'~t,%~,--2**.~'~'~'~t~.'~%h~ Wear your Easter Bonnet to the[ Phone 2301. 223 Frel . ~, can History students in their ...... " ........................ The Arhngton Eagles will go Eagles will travel to Snohomish]a,.,~ioot far imnrnv~d 'rporp~tinn!ham dinner prepared by theI ~,~,4 ~-~t.,,~,,, c-,~,~r t,~ P..t Hettie Lowe Guild Spring l Arlington. ,..... .......... ~ ................ ' ' " " ifull ............ J ...... -~.,- ...... Ladies Auxiliary. A beaut y[ - Luncheon at the Congregation- FOR SALE '51 CheV ' against the Everett Seagulls and an Thursday', April 16 to tangle for this area have become in. decorated cake served as dessert FOR SALE -- Electric range 1 al Church gaturdav a.vl] 11 ] . --- ,., "~ the Snohomish Panthers in ~'ith the Panthers in league con-I[ere~ted in a'nro~ram for "Little was the Auxiliaries anniversary year old. Coast-to-Coast, At-, Tickets-S1-00 ...... "' "'~" ...... I ~uxe.pwer..g~U::ndi~ scheduled contests this coming :est. " ILeague" baset)al~ gift to the Post lington. - ......... - .... I ..~'~**~D~ ~ week. Everett will play at Ar- Still hurting from the cold andI In discussions" during their ... ..... D~IFOR SALE--1941 National Trail-I ~:~' *~"2~:.._" .... lington on Monday afternooll, ,~'et weather, the Eagles have]ela.~.~ norind.~ it wag brought out Twenty-IlVe year gola pins g e o~ honor eKe ~a e ~ ": ,~. ~. ..... ~ ~. ~. ........ ~../ rhone ~w~i. ,were presented to Delbert West-I urday April 11, at Backstrom~ .............v ..... ~.~. / ............ acti April 13, in a 3"30 ball game. IL men unable to really get out and . [that othei towns of this size . - I '~ to o, uutatne ~tu ~, uiz n~a~- rul~ ~/~-LlL--une p~ will be a non-league affair. The ;et hustling. Two of three gameslthroughout the country have over Otto Eltzenberger Robert[Motor Co. salesroom 10 a.m. er ........ t .. ^ ...... , ------------[ncheduled at this writing havelieagues operating with at least Mags2 d Wa~ruenmPe~gslHELP ;W--AN~i'EI) -- Expel] Llgy e l [at 'd Y;,Eo m ]X a wt Wag; _liP" ['~l ~'~e~ ])een postponed, Arn.ngto.n w~n-[four teams participating At ~or na g .. P P . _ [ office girl. Write EP., care Box I on left, on Kackman road on/ ed pipe and thermi Ior twenty live years Mack ~a .... l~ ..u I ning an 11 to 10 mr}uer in me[present leagues and teams are ~ " ". . I ~6 Arlington I Olaf Hansen s farm I 315J3 after 6 o m .~ ~ ~ ~only contest prayed, mat againsIt,)la,,in~ in Mt V rnon Sno- ~prague, another twenty-Iivel--~~ ~ ~, . e , year man, was unable to be pres-!l ~P.ason April 1t I Darrington. [burnish Marysville Everett and ..... ; ..... I Coach Ernie Ludwick will/Edmon~ls ' ' ent. [ ' ~" t;oacn ~,o ~orsooen annnls ~r .............. ! Hi baseballsquad open their pro~.aD}y start UlCK L, lnuq. UlSI[ Little league ball is played on A joint installation of the Post,[ U F: O IV: V season at home on Tuesday, aga mst bnonomlsn, ana m tr~ee~a shortened diamond, between and Auxiliary was held with the]l I V ~ ',~-~/ ~ m ~. ~r.~ L April 14, going against the Sno- ~aCK Anuefson or Jerry ~a [boys of theages oI nine to Stanwood and Snohomish Posts ~ m#~ ~V~T~ ~O~v.v~r ........ ril ~ " ~ ~.'. ~x~x & Auxiliaries at ~tanwooa Ap homish Panthers in a 3:30 game.t agalns~ ,.~vereIt:,lz Anaerson/twelve. It creates a tremendous 6th [ EXACT YEAR OF CHRIST S DEATH FORETOLD As one oi ner lastOUtlesas Hear TIns t.xp~amea .-------------o [[ V.F.W. HALL, ARLINGTON, WASH. , . .:%:~ . ~ ..~ :.z: .~.~:.~...~..-~ . ~'. ~':-:h::~;"-:'~i!~!~?:::::::;- ~ ::::~:::.:.~...~.~ ~."" =========================== ~-'~. ~'.>;:::::::':~t~ ~:::-:':~: "'::~:;::::::::~9 ==================================== ~ .: :b:~.:.:.:.:.::::~ ~ ~.q:':.~: ~:::::~.:.~:*x~ , ............ "7 ~,-::i~i~i:ii~i~!~j!i~i~iii~:;:::i:: .~!~!:i~!!!i~ii~i~!,''~ N: i !!i?i!" ::i:h::::: ~ -" : s ...... n on u,e m ouuu ou.n [.OrangeiW .WeM ar me lade Your cAmumbr cites stomeree~~~l:.]- [- [-\P DLFU g|uFllFboS dle.dH0 l|lGAhL MIX IL?Z3Rpure,0CHERUB [leconomical,MIX4_6.OorNo. It will be a Jr Hi leaaue contest I " " |amount of interest if handlea The inclement weather has solDennis will do the backstopping[right' as witness the 28,000 fans ." ....... I1 DETAILED GRo'4rrH OF EMPIRES REVEALED ....... [[ PROPHECY PERMANENTLY CONFIRMED chores Others rounding out the d hampered turnouts that Krs'lclub are Larr-, Olsonand Donlatten ing the Little . League rreslaent ann a very pleasam ! - . ....... h,~. in his first roar ns a ha~o-I ~ World Series last year Leagues, one was the presentation of a [ " .v.-.., J ..... ' r i , Peterson at first, Bill Goe l eh I. ~ | Can ~0c Can 1*~ | "-07-PKG ball coach still hasnt much of[ leounties districts, and statesiflag to the Arlington Library byl[ ~ ~;~;:~k/ N~Y~'~" ~"~| 1 ~ 7.1~ "- w'h w"" w .... land Len Nelson at second, Dicklnave their own "la"offs I Julia Lien. 1[ ~.~,4m auu] a~a uL$ r-~l,~axm m A~ ~o,j an men o ill in positions v 2 Borseth at third and Gene .... on the club Twent,, tw- ~r,~[ , ] It IS the opinion of the Amen-[ turning out for the Eaglets who Cowlesat short Theoutfield can History class that such a~ , o , w" v " . Congregational Church [I Bring the Family and Your Friends are defendin,~ cham,~ions this t shapes up lth Mar Wognlld, league could be operated in Ar-]A D Brokaw minister ' ~ .... o season. ~" v t Rudy Thomsen and Bob Blacker.[lington. Sponsors are needed for] ' " " 1] Special--COLORLD PICTURE RLVIE~ 7:o0 o t ~ leach club, as are managers orI Sunday Church School, 945 LOGGERS-TURKS FRIDAY I[ ~g'~l|T~I qP~ I~Ai~qP[_I lieaches: Anyone interested in a.m. Morning Worship, 11 o'clock.II F'REE--A PRINTED COPY OF THE LECTURE ,, The Darrington Loggers willie ][~L~I~ I~L~ ]~/'~][~|][1 IIsponsrlng, managing, or par-I open their 1953 home season in all ~ua'-- ]ttlcipating in such a program getI "B" League game against the}l ,~ ..c I I in touch with Mr. Ernest Luu- Sultan Turks on Frida~y April 10.I. Dave Quail)yes the only A.r- wick, The game is scheduled for 3"001lingmn oasKetDau player recmv-I o p. mySo far the Loggers haveling recognition on the All-North-IT____'_ ~__ _J i lost three games one to Arling-Iwest League team selected by/cell[illS oquau . ton and two to the w,eatherman.[coaches of the loop. Quail made/liT:_ #~___:__ i~_l_L ' Coach Vern Simmons hustlingjhnrable mention. The First / YV Ill q.$pUllill~ IVltULt:I| Loggers were rained out of alTeam was composed of Dean AI-/ .~ _ ..~ ......... I game with Arlington on Mareh/~rld:oce gff MS~h~mrmhn Darrow/wi~?~Cr~ ~als~nt:llSt:~eoS~;rra~cet' ~J, an(] also rained out of their " ' Y ' ' e " W , came through with a 3 to 1 n t l ag;,e opener at Monroe onRoss FrOOll ,, Luv [win over Marysville in the open-! April 7 era anu o ncln oz Anacor-~ .... } .... " * li~i - -" ..... Ires and Mar" ~v:"^'- ~.,.. ~,. ling rouno oI t_~e t:ounry A ten-i In tnelr only tilt so Iar the Log- ., y~ H~ ~ t~nut=t~ tn~ ,~ntohes The visitors ,rained gers looked sharp, both in thelP!!n." "j :A1Ronning, Arh.ngton'S/~ut'a's'~ngle win in th~ 2ndl ....... ~z~ field and atthe plate. Veteran]OI~erinoto. pro oaseDali, haS[doubles andthen had to usel ~::!i::ii!~ -~mmm~-"glm"--" Bb Thmasn will prbably get] ~een c'a}cn!ng regularly Ir "[ne ~their number he singles player ] FRI DAY* , AP' R. PILLSBURY i the hill duty aeainst the Tnrk~ Irort worm cats. A1 startea/~ ....... ~,o~ ,~.., ~ :~ii~::!::!~ 17-Oz. with ~ott earris behind thelaga!nstthe St. Lou)s CardinalsI Tom Erickson of Arlington hadl plato= Infielders will probably a~s~n~ro~}2"on .7 to a. ~onmng little trouble in winning the first De Dar.ryt Edwards, Geraldl'.,s ~ ., . .picture .In melsineles with a 6-0 6-0 white-I ~;:' " 141/~-O$.I Green Bill Green and M,.~r,Mdi'Ilnles, wnlen snoweo nlm nail-I ..... ~'h~.,~ .. ~g.~o~..:.'...~ th.~ '1-,.,-., I i Haga. with the ca-dens bein~]Ing a runner at the plate as hlS]~.,~, t~ n~ot, w~o~-~,,., .,,,,t~ th,~] patrolled by JohnT!land, Duan~ttcam won2 toO....Harley.Bass-iseco]~'sing~es ~n'aseasya'}as~.] GERBERS BABY FOOD~'~ 12 Sanforo, ,and Bill Ro3inson. t toio, IormeI' Fortiano outnelaerl .. ion ~Aliflr=~ a o-X ......... o-u trlumpn over I Oz. | and manager of the Arlington B - "" ;~ st nd Br-ee[ | ..... ,l~owtn ::aAml/n t~946, has .movedtEUSnn~Y'rtlYm~)~e~rt21ir talents[ J [ Dr)xr~ ~rm ]i "l " ~ ~,go . ltarley is snUland won the first doubles, 6-1[ | DII~ 12i1V 1 11 as eager zor me game.as ever: ":land 6-3 over Strum and Kruger. 1 ~ l~arry IvlUnlzza says mat wnlteu ~ " " rn [ AllCeph Thom~'mn_ [t vress ......... sports writers are au ori [Gary. Lendrlckson. ,and Jim Co-[ ' - ~~ ELBERTA PEACHES.. ! one 2a0W3 1['"~ i ............ =[zng lost Arhngtons only match,] uv p cKs ~eatue to win me iua6 . Mc Bryant Grange will meet Fri-I .... ....... [losing the second doubles to "I - - ..... ~ ~ ,pennant L~ picks rmnywooa to,c. ra n-Lovell ~2 and 64 '~ U~~J,$ \ PoOME~LK L~I~d B~EA~N~ j~S clay. Alrll 1UttI. twind u~,' ,,, ~,,,~ , ;~ ~.~+~,~l Ia y a a , o- - t r~- Mr and Mr Bob Boursaw and . Y. "" .~Z~' ~;~:' .~ ..... ~l Arlington, currently tiedfor[ "~ ~cramonng wltn OaKlanu anal 2V" daughters Jean and Lynett, and ; ................ the top with Snohomlsh goes tol .~_ __~ . ......... ~..os zange~es ~o iln]sn in Ine nrsIIS,,,~h,~mish on Mon,~a,z 'Anril 13 I IYlK, ~II~l l1l'~ boraon BlacKen i A;~ **~*l,~*,~ T *~-,*,*l-- ~ 4" " ~- ] lt''~ ~' "~'" J' ]~ ' l HI H : u,',~,u ........ ,,roster, turner, ' , x m e re 1 ~'~, "~