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9..,) PAGE EI(HtT TItE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, THURS., APRIL 16, 1. oo. Eagles Lose League Opener 9-7 Coach t~rnie Ludwick's Ar- lington Eagles opened their Sno- homish County League play lastl Thur:~day, losing to the Marys- ville Tomahawks in a wild game, 9 to 7. Arlington spotted the Tomahawks an 8 to 0 lead in the third inning, then rallied to have the tying runs on base in the last inning but couldn't push them across. Big Chuck Pilon, Tomahawk southpaw, struck out fourteen. batters, the Eagles aiding his hurling somewhat by swinging at bad pitches. Pilon was just wild ~enough to be effective, walking six and hitting one. -Mar:}sville counted three runs in the second frame, making scratch hits by McGhee and Lian, two errors, and two out- field flies good for the 3 to 0 lead. The Tomahawks batted around in the next inning to score five runs, and "take a seemingly safe 8 to 0 lead. An error on Le- Claire's ground ball started things. McDonald then worked Lindquist for a walk, the only base on balls given up by the Arlington hurler during the game. McGhee's single to center counted one run and Lian's triple to deep left center netted a pair. Lane's one baser and Dot- son's double made it five runs: for inning. Marysville's final counter came in sixth on a hit batter and McDonald's three base wallop. Arlington's first counter came in lhe third frame, Cowles singl- ing thru the hole to left and Jack Anderson then tripling to deep right field. The Eagle~ counted three in fifth frame. With two down and Lindquist on first thru a fielder's choice Bar- seth walked. Larry Olson singled um m m DOWN TO EARTH BY BILL QUAKE Qu~he In Fob Thomason's first star Do Teenagers Need Recreation Center? The Arlington High School Too Late to Classify ELECTRIC -WAS IER- Looks like new--late model---S69.50 com- plete. Henry Murray, Arling- ton. Brand new Nylon Covered Bed Davenos -- very latest -- com- plete with fine nylon covered rocker--S199.95 complete. Easy terms and good trade on your old furniture. Henry Murray, )f the sea~on for the Darrington American Hist v " w ~ , ~ or Class, ]s ork- Arlington. !~ggers, .the ,~'eteran hurler!tag on a project, which seeks to Custo~l-owing, disking, ma- mrew . a sparkling., no-m~er] answer the question as to recre- against l~:onroe,.wmnmg,o to q..litton facilities for teenagers, nure loading and hauling; Nick Nicno.':~on limited me ,.og- ~, ...... trench silo digging. Homer Da: ;,'e[~s toif~ur" hitrSor:~thCO2ldnist m~ttUe~St:nna~eS~saV~ t~he:n tSoUn vison, so. Phone 47Wl. co~.e. 't six .... and merchants and the voung ~ BE~ P~R--- twirling .m me Loggers seeno ' r- f'the lea ue s a~ n Dar people would like to hear what Phone 641. Home, 1064 s.~ar~ o , 7_ g ~ ~e.~o_ "'la the average householder is Haircutting a specialty; machine rm~,ton nero a 6 to z teao wit thinkin about the sub'ect permanent $3.95 to $7.50; ma- two on in the last of the second g J " chineless, $5.50 to $10. Also before being rained out at Dar- Below are the questions being beautiful cold waves. rington last Friday. The oppon- asked;, and .,if you. have any ent was Sultan...Also rained mougnts on me suoject, or sag- ~ ~ ~ out the past week was the Ar- lington-Everett contest at Arling. ton last Monday, and the Junior Hi's opener with Snohomish last Tuesday...In contests scheffuted for the~coming week Darrington will travel to Lake Ste :ens for another league contest with the strong Lakers. Lake Stevens shut out Marysville twice this season...Arlington goes to Twin City Monday, April 20, for a practice tilt, and then entertains Edmonds in a league game on the 23rd. .Coach Larry Muniz- za's track men open their season to left for two runs and counted Arlington High School's Amer- himself when Goerlich was safe ican History class circulated on an error. Two more in the form letters to grade school next inning narrowed the count classes at Arlingtonl Lakewoo4, to 9 to 6. Bob Blacker walkd, and so last week, endeavoring Rudy Thomson singled, Ander- to find how many boys between son was safe on a force play, the ages of eight and twelve with a five way meet at Monroe this Friday, April 17. The Eagles 3. Because of lacking facilities will compete with Monroe, Ed-ifr teenagers, they are going mantis, Twin City, and Oak Har-ielsewhere for their entertain- bar...Ed Korsboen s Jr. Hi nineIment" What would you suggest goes to Monroe on Tuesday, the to help keep );our teenagers in 21st for another league encount-Iur community? or.. ~A large delegation of At-1 4. Where do your teenagers lington fans journeyed to Star-] now spend their time? 5. If a recreation program tle last Tuesday to watch the were established, what kind of Rainiers open their 1953 home1 season. Seventeen of the Rain- [ recreation ~ould you like to iers 23 players tried their handI see your teenager enjoy? Social at beating Sacramento, but the dancing, ping pang, billards, Sacs won 6 to 4... shuffle board, movies, t. v., rollar skating, bowling, cards, base- o ball, basketball,tennis, bad- Little League mintn, others. 6. To your knowledge, are Baseball Closer there any teenage recreations in our community? 7. If such a center was es- tablished, would you be willing in any way to help? 8. If so, how? Financial, build- gestions, drop a line to American it works---S14.95 complete. Hen- History Class, Arlington High ry Murray, Arlington. School: .... ....... ncil has Brand New Innerspring Mattres- i ine lcecreauon cow 1 " " . ......... w...__ises--fu l raze---good quahty-- provmeo ior me ran mg ..... S ..... ....... ~ ~.... ~a ~e ..,,~..,' ~z~.~o.enrylvlurray, Arnng- Wednesday night and Saturday ..... morning; 2, Girls 8-11, Mondays fil:ae~.clas:lltied ad.', gel re and Thursdays after school; 3; stirs Phone 493 Summer Program. Do you think they should support a teenage ~!...,.~!~, recreation group? -~ .:.:-:.~:::~::::::::.:.:.:-:.....- ~:ii~::~:.: ~'~ ~:~:~;!~::ii}::::!~i~:~. 2. The school sponsors some ~::@:.~ '~:~:~-~V~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: , ~ .... recreation, do you think the corn- ~/4~i~:,.,~., munity should help teenage rec- '~:~~'~ reation? ing, sponsoring, furnishing, in- structihg, organizing new" groups, other. WANTED -- Baby sitting, any 5 Ca. Ft., Frigidaire--~ood oper- time at any hour. 514 McLeod. ating condition--$79.50 corn- Mrs. Ray Stratton. plete. Henry Murray, Arling- Oxy - Acetylene Welding a n d ton, Wash. Brazing, Homer Davison, Oso. , FOR SALVE--Guernsey bull, 13 FOR SALE -- White Rotary months old, for sale or trade treadle sewing machine, with for heifer. Erick Danielson, R. attachments, $20. Mrs. W. 3, near Trafton school. Starr. Phone 254J1. DANCE at Bryant Grange hall FOR SALE--1 'Rotoette Cultiva- tor, $135; about 200 sheets greenhouse glass; 2 heavy log- ging blocks, some % cable, three 6x16 tires, tubes; cheap. F. J. Custer, stucco house, Quil- coda Terrace, west of ceme- tery, Marysville. WAFFLE PIQUE -- Nationally known "ABC" waffle pique yardage--Reg. 89c. Now only 59c yd. at HAMMER'S DEPT. STORE PERCALE PRINTS---80 squares--- "ABC" a n d "Fruit - of - the - Loom" brand---washable---reg. 49c and 59c---now 35c--8 yds. for 97c at HAMMER'S DEPT. STORE FOR SALE---20 acres, in Bryant district; 5 acres cleared; old house; also 2 cows with calves, and one heifer. Smith Store, Bryant. Saturday night, April 18. Union music. Refreshments. 1949 Case Tractor with cultivator attachment, $750. Phone 2301. 223 No. French. FOR SALE--Family cow, Guern- sey. Will calve in Fall; also Jersey heifer. Meyer. Phone 257J4 (Arlington Heights). FOR SALE -- 3.bedroom house, lovely kitchen, v e n e t i a n shades; fruit trees, one-half acre; part basement; $11,000. 603 Third Street, Arlington. 4 LAYING GEESE paint sprayer. F.L. R. 3, Arlington. FOR SALE--'36 BARGAIN. Call 2612 Colby Avenue BAyview 9015 Everett, DEL MONTE FRANC( Specially blended for cook- ing uses. Pep up thrifty meals with spicy flavor. 15/$1 CARNATION The perfect q main dish. Tender - spaghetti with tomato cheese sauce. 8/$1 cans DENNISON'S Economical, velvety smooth. Use for cooking or table use. Stock up now. Case of 48 $6.69 Perk up plain foods. w~th all meats. Keep a on the table. "" 7/$1 14-O . 7/$1 Cans " Bottle NALLEY'S Lindquist singled, and two runs would be interested in a Little o counted on an error, q~'he fmal'%eague Baseball program this counter came in the sevenHl summer An amazing total of 190 Fire Season Nalley's Silverware stanza. Goerlich opened the in- boys indicated they wbre inter- teaspoons. Luxurious ning with a safe blow, with one,ested" This surpassed the num- Started April 15 lace Bros. silverware down ;owles walked. Goerlich' ber planned on by about 130 SOFT~'ABSORBENT, STRONG. STOCK UP NOW. quisite Sharon pattern took third on a passed ball and'boys. Wednesday, April 15, 1953 ~ ~, a complete set. counted on a balk. Thomsen foi-i al~o-,d,, twn b,,~iness men in marked the official opening .of/ un 15.o,., lowed this with a free pass bUt)Arl]n~,~on laave i~ndicated a wil the fire season for this year. Anderson lined t0 the first base- .- .,'_'~ .... s--onsorteams A From that date logging opera- |~n~ mm~Vo , Roll ram, Cem man to end the garne, t f~n~eamtOleaP is lann'ed tars will be required to have on I " gue p , . HIGI[WAY HALVES. WONDERFUL FOR DESSERTS AND SALADS. SNOW STAR Jack Anderson and Bill Goer-, thus leaving two teams to be their landings and on their ]ichcnnectedfradubleand~spnsredTwmre spnsrsequipmentcertaintls'fireex" CUING PE CHES C a single, collected a walk, and iare, being" sought to enable thiz tinguishers and spark arresters, was safe on an error on his[program to get started. It i~ before they can operate legally , . . me r'ea fourth trip. Lane paced Marys-lhoped that each team will be in a. fore!sted area. The entoree: LIBB~'S' WHOLE SEGMENT CHILL AND SERVE FOR BREAKFAST T?re~drealiwC~y2~ fl2nV~r ville's eleven hit attack withleomposed of fifteen players, with meat action o~ me ~9~vmlon .oz three hits in four trips. [~ full scheoule of games to be Forestry on these requirements ~ ~ ~I~l~]~' ~T late.' Treat~ theYfamily t, Rudy Thomsen came~ inUP witherali~n~d'pla3 edmanagementun er" the supervision willExp "beermnceinitiatedhas immediately.shown that a m,mm n mm-m-m-m m m mm 16-Oz. Half/'~P' a'~/, nice running catch cent of capable vmanmu.m.--,,-- Can Gal OOc "Ot~,~[ field for the Eagles, Goerlich[adults good portionofourflrelossesoc- ORANGE JUICE played good ball at second, andI If an-one would like to span- cur oaring me. early season SCOTCH TREAT FRESH FROZEN. TASTES JUST LIKE FRESH oRANGE JUICE. Anderson played his usual/~oc oneJof the~e teams get in ,when we nave treq.uen.c sp,rln,g hustling game behind the plate. ) contact with Nit Ernest'Ludwiek, ~ry. spens. ~ern ano_o~ner~msn To offset the fine playing of thoseIAn~erican Histor~ teacher at the iuels are not yet green, ~tnu ~c 6Zz" ~': " " ate " J extremely dangerous after only note, ~ere the antics at the pl ill wake - ~-~--~-- '--~ *~,~,~" qve E~lelnigh school, or B" Q two or three days of sunny dry ~-'::~-t~-"^J~(vun"~"at'sucKe~. ~ . bad ~'ite'h~'e~!~" ~ADS weather. The equipment, re- ~e*d. Oiler.( .e,-,,. ~-~,~ ,~i~n strike usually withl .10~ERT HAROWAY HE quirements must be fulfilled. It ~'lr~ on "t''oase. Arnngton-- ""' ..... ,et'-*t a-I"1 ""r~PPY VALLEY 4.H seems logical that they be :'. ROYAL SATHI . SUNNY _ANK m n I $ n even dozen runners stranded onl The Happy Valley 4-H Ciub brought up to the requirements the sacks. 1 .~aet and elected officers on April of law im.mediately as a prepar- ~~;~ MARGARINE mm A~R H A El L Offices elected were Robert atory measure for the dry weath- Cowles, ss .............. 3 1 1 2 l[Harraway, presiddnt; Kenneth er we know wilP be ahead of us ~ k m Crestwell. Serve hot with 16 0z ~ Peterson, Ib .......... 2 0 0 0 0["/lathis, vice-president; Garry during the next s'ix rnonths. ~~ 3-~, m , butter, or cold as salad. " ..." .,, q'homsen, cf ........ 40100]Person, secretary; Joanne Brad- Also effective on April l5 will ~~ I Add eolor to your meais, uan nu ndo son, c .......... 0 0 rooo Oe be Lindqqist, p .......... 2 1 1 0 1]er. All members agreed to be it illegal to throw burning ma- " " " I Borseth, 3b .......... 31012 ,re zcnt at Arlington Heightsterial such as cigarettes from [~~ Olsen, rf-lb .......... 20100[i~atly April 9. Joanne Braaley moving vehicles. $11a~ BOTH i I Luck ff=:rf~,--~l: ~erlieh, 2b ........ 3 2 2 2 0 made po~ters for the rally. -. :,,, m I Western t Wognlld, If : ......... 2 0 0 0 0 ~ -------------o . use "l~mes ~ass~leo ,~ - [ e .......... ~{1~ ,1.00 m Camels etc, Alwalsafreshstock Rainier Olin ia !! Coming, ph. .......... 0 0 0 0 0]cr~ILDEFNSE effeetlve, economicat " ~ .DO Go,d, Blacker rf 2100] ----- - -- -m [ ' Y p ' ' ............. GROUP MEETS aPRIL 23 ~~~~]~ !"-- at SaRway. Brew.aS, Lucky Lager, Wheeler, ]f ............ 1 0 0 0 0I The Civil Defense first aid | deposit. Nelson I I 0 0 0 0 0 " , " ..... : ........ I roan, and the medical unit willl " "~" ~ ~ I ~'~'~'~[ Carton $2.13 I Carter, pi~ .............. 1 0 0 0 0l~ee(on Thursday, April 23, in-) ~IP~AwA~,~/~ ..... lstead of the 16th, as previouslyl ~%~tr~ ,~,,'~ - Case of i2 Totals ...... 307854 [ 2;/'4314.29 QT. Marys,ille('-i AB R H A El?eh~du~ed~a[h~i~ee~gO~v'llybe" nasmm at 8 p m -- ~ " 3 1 0 0 0~ ' ' )Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Sat. mat. Tnomp,_on, ct ....... ~-------.c ....... tom 5 m. ...... ~- "~100| t Z p.m. Sun. Cont. t P. McDonald rf ........ 31100/ CARD O'FTH&NK , ee, l'f" 4220 0] tIeartfelt thanks to all wno ex" ~iiC~c~_61 ~A~EH ~f~l~ r ib, 85C L~aCGn~~ 2b .... ::::::::::: 4 2 2 1 0 ]tended comforting sympathy an d,THU.-FRI.-SAT.. &PRI_L 1_6-1%18 ": ?0Ps S " ........... .or O0" O 0S 'Brian ~b .. 4 0 1 0 1 the beautiful service, floral of-I ,, ,, U.S."C~OICE" GP,,ADE..SERVE'BREADED m .7.2 . . , .... Dotson'c;. I:II:I..IL- 4 0 1 0 0[ferings and other kindnesses, II COLLEGE ' ;~-" Pilon, p .............. 3 0 0 2 1 am deeply grateful.--- Clayton]A Universal International Picture ~,~v,~,a,u . . ..... [Grant. [ starting Maureen O'Sullivan u~z" GRADE. FOR A QUICK MEAL. n .... ........0391173'E, , o----------~ ! Edmund ,on,o VEAL_ SIR '~ota~s~ ore: R H I Charles Drage . , 79c , Golden Banana~ LOIN STEAK lb. I S rt . . I APPRECIATION , Marysvitle ...... 001035 001032 01 97 tl, ~l For the many kindnesses andI ' --Plus--- C.S. "CLOlC~" OI~D~.. TRNDI~R. LIKE CHICKF.N. | ArlingtOn ...... = .... " Ihelp at time of injury of VernonI ,,m'r.a"m L AT _ _ .. _. _ _VEAL SHOULDER ROAST , lb. 67c.I Z Summary: Triples, Anaerson,[ Lilloren, expressions oI sym-i ~ ~-" ~' Perfectly ripened for finest flavor. lb McDonald Lian. Doubles, ~oer- ath and God wishes and the~ gTT.V'RR ~RE'lqK" RED SALMON. SLICED OR PIBCE. FRY OR BAKE. m Serve in fruit salad or on cereal. " ..... Ip y g ....... IA;'d(O~2"~:d~!2~lieh'" qu,st" Olson by PilonLeCla're'',,~~~n~]. Dotson.. ttun'lbeautiful. .flowers,we wish, to ex-I. ~--- --~'tarrin ' SI a LLL DP L If I T CLS sz;K O'NFR Ho DUbuque.KIN(; SALMON,_ AWAO . " " .lb."lb. 355C9c ]]' mrma-" "- orang - - Pilon, Lindqumt. Double playd . , ........... [ SUN.-MON .... APRIL 19-20 ~~LI(~HTI~O'LLY S~A~_~_~ -- m Large s|zes filled with lots of sweet , PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS . lk .~.~ m juice Drink plenty of juice for Lb. Goerlich to Cowles: arneo| I ,, FUKK SAUSAGE ROLLS . lb. 39c I Runs, Marysville 6, Arlington / I "THE MERRY WIDOW 1" ......... , , CARD OF THANKS M ATTD[''' I M-G-M Picture Starring U.S. 'Chalet' or 'Good' Beef.'Broll. ~g'~ _. " ,t Lge. Solid Heads. l~lnest of Crop. Ot " Lar.e ~/ We wish to thank all our IVl l m HLddLd " I L~,, Tamer SIRLOIN STEAK . .lb. O~C [ Corned Beef & Cabbage I FRESH LETTUCIHea[Is nel'ghbor~, friends and. their fam-.h -'- ........... /~ Color by Technicoloru.s. 'choice' or 'Good' Beef. Swiss. ~)'~' ~. | C~ed......................... Guarant~ 'r~*nd~r_ | Extra Lge. Bunches. l~dlshes or ~$ flies, for the devotea sympat y AT 1" ~2r?~T~~1 ~lllfl~[]rTl~l~l t ROUND STEAK .... lb. m ............ , .. , GREEN ONIONS Bun in our sorrow, and the beaut fu / ~ ~or s~c~ o~ ~he L~ Box ---, I Lornell Beet . . lb. ~)~c I Lo~, c~p. ^11 o~ee~ Ho~o~ fulflralmemorialfferingS'serviceand the b~auti-by Rev. A. ex~ua~'~ ~xvZ~~ " ||TUES"WED" - - APRIL 21-22 RING BOLOGNA . . - -- -I n,w,Crisp, Tender Heads. '--1 Fresh CUCUMBERS LU. First Quality, Fresh dally, AI~.. ~ Fre~ Cabba~ "e .. 15. 5~ ~ Selected QuaUty, Clean Washed, c D. Brokaw, and other kindnesses , |YVonne De Carlo - Rock Hudson in the loss of our beloved hus- [ in o GROUND BEEF lb. m fresh La oage . . m. FRESH SPINACH. Bag band, father, brother,and grand- A..... 11~'n'1" nner s' rf , """ I --- ". fau~e-*~-~r.--Mrs. rank ('lark,. Vivi- --- .xu v - an Affleck and family, Champ ~,~l.~L,,l| cei~,~ fi~,~} Color by Technicolor ~ ~. ..... ~ LOCAL YELL u,arK ......... an. ~amny, t~ay ~,ark a-d. ,-~--o ......... -- .... , ~__ ~~ PARADe= RHUB ,R No. 1 ( family, Ada Brunner and family, cover---S29 95 com"lete ~ Get acquainted offer. Use coupon at store ]~o ~., Best nualitv o " P ]THU.-FRI.-SAT., APRIL 23-24-25 ~~ and save 10c on Giant, 5c on Large size. Outdoor str~b~, at th~s lOW-" ' NOTICE! : / "~Aq" A~ MTKI~," ry. Can or treeze BagS2.49. On and after the present date, [ ~-~ .... .~"" .... \~~-~ GIANT SIZE LARGE SIZE now. Buy a box. iab. |~ the undersigned will not be re- |A Metro-tioldwyn-~viayer rxcture XI~:~ ~ w c~ 22 Lbs. or over 1:09 a.#. anSpnsible'y"AWRENCEPersnfrtherdebtSwthanLORENZEN[incurredmyself. by[ HtNfllHral~M MU~A|I/II~ IM |[ SpencerStarring.,ra,. 4D,e . .~ ...... " "" ") i Kathanne rlepl~urn ' " Aprll 16, I~D,~ ' / .... o------------- I ARLINGTON | uo-St .o~...l.n.g Aldo ~ay Prices effect|we Friday and Saturday, April 17th and lSth in Arlington. SELL IT--If you have any artl1~ | w~tn wmlam t~nlng of ,furniture. not In use, try S / / Subject to market prices and stock on hand. No sales to dealers. Times classiliea aa, i, Dance Saturday, Wheeler Grange, 9:30 till 1:30. Orchestra.' FOR SALE, or Trade fly fishing outfit, volver, or 25.20 or in good condition; sale, electric cycle, $10. Joe %mile north FOR SALE--1941 er house, 31 ft.; 4 to 6; butane stove; refrigerator. Lloyd Riker. End of on left, on Kaekman Olaf Hansen's OPTOME TRIS T