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% PAGE EIGIIT TIIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TtfURS., MAY 28, 1953. ~; C , |.lH'|~ |A~tr.,-. ,I .... ==--]'spray comes out and the wipers ing, too. Tell them .... . tl 5HUFFING [lwipe it away. It's that simple, want and ~'ou'll get. BY 3tarts l~~''1" l~/-.~.lr tl , [IBut inside the car is a genuinelWay you IiKe it. See ~AL r r ~irL . I~ WITH GOLDSBERRY [~treat, all of the knobs on the some of these days. | 1 i BILL . Arhngto.n.'s four-team LittleI Everybody has a color, one thatldashboard are clearly marked. I ~eaguewlllfiet unaerway next[~timulates them, makes them like guessing games but not l'O0 Late to t , eK. A ten[auve s[arilng gate]happier" Mine is red, as anyone while I'm driving. I just want to league play on ~a[uraay, June o .... ..... [be that is why I have been fort and luxury Another thing A. H. S. Awards 53 Letters ,n Major Sports I Jr. Hi Loses to ~ournaS a eaUle ~neaoer, penlnglwho. knows me _can testify. May-lrelax and enjoy .all of that com- NEEDnew WASHcolors__3CLOT[for .. ~ ms, ~nepard s bervlce,[drawn to that real red Buick in I know the name Buick is a our snrin~, towel sa] l~fty-three letters were awar- his~second letter. Other senirslMulti|feo,.,. -... to 1 wlurpny eee(1, Jrowler Agency, lEarl Weber's show window guarantee of dependability and ~AMMER'S deal to Eagle athletes the past .......... and Arlington Lumber & Plywood picmng up tneir secona letters .................. Many times I've gone in to see it, service so I don't worry about not week, in the major sports of ........ I l ne Arnnglon Jr. t~i. ooseoal wnl piay an elgmeen game just to sit and admire it. Now being mechanical. That coupled BENEFIT DANCE in baseball, football, basketball were /)ave bpencer, Jonn ulcmn-lteam ended their 1953 seasor schedule, each team meeting the and track. Coaches Larry Mun/z- son, Jim Mock, Bill Goerlich, with an 8 to 1 defeat at Mukilteo] others six times. I'm not the least bit mechanical, with Earl Weber's reputation for Grange hall every I can't even open a door unless fairness and hospitality and I night. Union music za and Ernie Ludwick made the Dick Lindquist Gene Cowles and last week. Again the Eaglets The managers of the teams it turns the same way I am used have nothing to worry about, ex- ments: .... .~ netting but two hits were ane- have been holdin workouts awards, Munizza giving out 23 JaCK Anoe,~on. . '= . . '. . g to so I wouldn't know about cept how to get the car, of in football and eight in track, ......... ....... T,, ]mle a:tne plate. Toe Eaglets with their respective squads the horsepower and such things. I course. Another luxury I have -- hree hea while Ludwick awarded twelve .* .... "zY~ ...... ~A ..... ".' ,"' ...... "*:lenaed ~e season with but one past week in an effort to find a had heard the day of the horse allowed myself lately is lunch strayed onto my plad nlor ranK.~, were Dan Jonnson ana w ...... in baseball and ten in basket- ~- .... ..... I in in six starts, losing their last fifteen-man squad for league was past anyway, so even though out. I have been eating at theMay 25. Owner may DICK torse[n, woe-Year let[ermenlfi., i" " .... w ,'r,~... ................... ball. .,,- o c^ ; ~. T~I~..." ~,a-_ll~**., T,. ] ,~z 11 ct It) , lllU tralll i:lv~,ZlO.g- play. wlrn each squaa number- paying for damage Bill Goerlich, one of Arling- ~(o;s Jnd?l C';#n~/an3y' D~kLed .113 in hitting, ing around 25 players, thisi timesthe hOOdand severalWaS Uppeoplea coupleshowedOf youBn TOnhaven,tandlgonemUSt~rgein sinceYU ifit JOSEPH ton's firiest competitors in many 4,,h,,h o,~ q,~,-,~ ...... , ...... ] Arlington s lone talh, came in nieans that about ten will have me how the frimfram went has recently reopened, you should ~~-Be~ry yeats, picked up a letter in each (~'i~'on" jo~l']:Den~i's"~u'd~~, T%o'm~.]the second frame. Don Borseth to be cut in the next few weeks, around the gismo, the only thing do so. The food is delicious, the ing prices, sport. Dick Borseth, only a Ju ..................... ,~ ...... [walked to ~tart the inning Den- o I got out of it was there is an home-made pies are the kind Northwest Pick up nior, also won four letters, while and L~'le E;ans. Gale Knutson n.~: nammerly was nit oy :ne RUBBER STAMPS automatic windshield washer, mother tries to make. Um-m-m. and return. Sign Jerry Carler, a sophomore won (:nrv ~:~ondrlot.-nn nnd Tnro ~:,'~Dltcner. as ~as Duane Smith to ARLINGTON PTG. CO., PH. 493 Now that I know about. A little The girls are very accommodat- Joseph Bauer, letters in every sport but basket- h~'~(',~,,~'~{~Tt'~.~'-~",~"~",,",,~',?,'~." ~"'[load the bases. Then Jim Morgan -- ball, and Dick Lindquist earned ..... I " s saI on an error and Borseth . ~_~Z~_---~-,~ his on all sports but track. Lind- ~asKetball ....... awards were maOelcountod o~ ~:, .-~ -* to G. Captain Kenny Wangsmol ........... ~ ~, ,,~,~2 : ~ __~v:~ quist is a Senior. and Dave Spencer" both winning[,lvmKtl~eo.. ~on' ..~ne game m :ne ~.%~ ,/~ :~: 1 ~m~~ Co-Captains Kenny Wangsmo thoi~ ~o~h ),~t,~ ~ q,~,~,~jirirsi irame as wtorgan had trou. b'~=~'~.~.~i'~,i I~ l~ andAllenVanceheadedthefoot-a'n~i'D.~u~'~lua~l'l'~aJunior'wn~',blewithhiseontrol. Twohitbat- ~'~ ~~ ig~ ball letter winners, each winning nin~ his ~.o~nd ~ttor C'~thor ono" [ters and a pair of walks gave the " A-~r on W i";- ........................... "'winner ....... , ~ s one run an error netted ~ear le,termen were Co.captain . , ., ; .... S ~- .......... , anorner ana a aouote oy l~azala ~:;2:::ll .~ i ~ i i i ltlcn clnuqulsL 13on t-eterson . '.. . .... ) , ,-_- and Bill Goerlich all Seniors Ju- wa~.,g Ir.a pair' A "1 tauy~?A~~ ...... " ~ --- ~[ln toe seeono came as a result Eagle Batting Title mors uicK ~rlCKSOn and UiCK ............ ~"" I II .... ~. ._.., ~..u ..... ~, .... ,, oiaaouoleoyunanKanaaoan: ,~ Ig~." .,~,.,~..~,.~ " BUI~CtlI, gnu ~OpllOIIIOf~T U~ltUlI ,~_ | ..... " Ber'~amand Torero- Erickson rnreemore in tne third cinched Arlington's four year letterman a ~ " . thegame the trio counting onI catcher, Jack Anderson, wound Catcher Jack Anderson ana . r ' up the 1953 baseball season as ............. three e rors, a walk, hit batter t-ironer Klcn Linaqu~t heaaea Arlington's top hitter. Anderson " and t~o singles. Connacher hurl. TASTE TELLS. NO PICNIC IS COMPLETE WITHOUT BEANS. paced Coach Ernie Imdwick's stickers with a .361 average. Larry Olson, who paced the field for awhile, slumped to a .333 mark. Anderson led in total hits with thirteen, runs scored wilh eight, and triples with two. Mar- vin "Wognild topped the run bat- ted in c01umn with ten and Lar- ry Olson and Rudy Thomsen tied for most doubles with two. Complete season averages are as follows: ]Player AB H Ave. R B 2B RBI L Hblson .......... 3 2 .6670 0 0 0 Anderson ...... 36 13 .3618 2 1 7 L. Olson ....... 24 8 .3335 0 2 7 ~nla .............. 9 3 .3332 0 I I ~0~/les ................. 27 7 .2596 0 I 0 W~g~lld ........... 32 8 .2504 0 I 10 Tbomsen ........ 28 6 .2142-0 2 3 {:~.er .............. 10 2 .2000 1 O 3 L|ndqnlst ....... 29 5 .1726 1 0 1 l~t, er~n ............ 18 3 .1672 0 0 3 B~seth ............. 30 4 .1335 0 0 2 ~arllch ........ 31 3 ,0975 0 1 3 Dtm~ln ........ 1 0 .0000 0 0 0 Knudson ...... 1 0 .0000 0 0 0 Hur~ ...... 1 0 .0000 0 0 0 M. Wheeler ....... I 0 .0001 0 0 0 B~ken ........ 3 0 .0000 0 0 0 .......... 2 _0000 oo_00 T~:als ._ 287 64 .223 46 4 9 4Q, Erickson Captures IF trict Singles Tommy Eriekson, Mr. Tennis of Arlington, swept through the District Singles Tournament at ML Vernon last Friday as if he ownod it. Eriekson lost but four games in three matches, once again bringing the title back to Arlington after a two-year lapse. Tbb: makes lhe third year in lhe past five that an Erickson has won the title, Jack winning it in his junior and senior years, Tommy, only a sophomore, has two years to go, and if he keeps up his pace, they will be calling the trophy the Eri~:son Cup. .Nr.iekson waltzed through Bel- Iingham's 1st singles 6-1, 6-1. His next o0ponent was Clyde K)inger . of Snohomish, who seems to beat everyone but Er- ickson, and Tommy'beat him for the umpteenth time 6-0, 6-0. Kel- ly iV_olstad of Mt. Vernon wau his victim in the finals, a 6-1. 6-1 loser. A littl~ch of iron: was added to this-- "match, as {t was Molstad's brother who beat Tommy in the final match last year. Erickson swept through the entire season withou~ the loss of a set. ~N WASHINGTON .HIGHWAYS Jl the diamond aggregation each .... ...... ,. ed the final three innings, pitch- Sugg winning nls Iourth letter In oase- .h.; ..... + ........ lng hltless ball and st ...... g oo, ' estions dan. Anaerson was also capialn f..,,. NS." 21/2 of the squad. Two year awards "~_.'" ~ . Corl Huth Ashbrook. Adds Fun to YourPicnic. ~were made to Seniors Don Peter. _ ~ox ?core- ......... ~rllngton (:~ A..~ HOT DOG BUNS .......... ', son, Gene Cowles, and Marvin .......... NALLEY'S. AN APPETIZING ADDITION TO ANY PICNIC. . . ."~ carson, c: """" ......POT ITO CHI PS Wognlld. One.year letter win- : ............... : . wmrgan p-lf 4 1 0 0 0 O ~ners were Senlors Bill Goerhch, , ............... i~ Dalewood yellow cubes, always fresh sloe} Juniors, Len Nelson and Dick ~acooson SS .................. q o v o o u 7.Oz. FRESH MARGARINE ..... l Borseth nnd Sonh~ ..... W.h.~ ulanuer, lb ..... 3 0 0 5 0 0 =' Pkg. Dennis 'Jerry Car~er:~ar~y dl~o~Borsein zCnacherhlfP ............. fool summer Colors Add Beauty to Tableg* Now STAR STRAWBERRY. CHOCOLATE AN, VANILLA FLAVO,. andRudyThomsen. '''" ' .................... ICECREAM ' P ASTIOTUMBLERS'L .... ....... ammeriy 3b ............ 1 0 0 2 0 ; uarsten brooerson captain OI Mn~o 2h ' 1 [3 () 2 [3 CI the track team a Senior won his ="%~ ............. 2, Y. 7, . Y, ~, ' " Half What's a Hot Dog Without Mustard. .. ' .. ' .... reaKe C ............. ~ o o ~ o C~L 65c Quart .FRENOH'S MUSTARD .... ~; third letter as a miler Anotfler,e_;,~. ~. ...... o ,~ n n n n " ~lllltll li ........................ ~ U U U U U Senior, Ron Pumphrey, and Ju- T^*-,~ o: o ~18 4 51 SNOW WHITE. CLOTH-LIKE TEXTURE. CONVENIENT, ECONOMICAL. nior Dick Borseth, won their see. . .............................. ~ 14 ~. ] Bondware. So Convenient To Have on pISlll ............ Z~yEo ENA~IT~. !C~O~SOML FI I " - } PAPER PL~TESp ........ OIl, ond Big A. Semor Bill Goerhch, Arlincrton Oln oo(~ o 1 ~ 5] Pkg. Junior Marvin Taylor. and Soph- :'.:~.':,%:~" .......... "A~=~ nag ~" ~ ~ 7)} ~:~'0 omores Jerry Carter and Darrell ~'~.~.~ "?;....... o, ,,,, .%~ ,~__~,, Hot Drink Cups. Stock Up NOW. 9-oz. CUp~' , - . . i,...~,.., tonnacner (~) anu gergam also won their first let- . ...................... r PA ER CUPS .......... oe~'~' ters m track. Run Forshler made .. o . LAVORS. --- KOOL-AID 31 ' Roxb~ryforafterdlnnermint.s. ....... : a managerial letter. ..t ...... U Letters Awaraea CANDY MINTS ... Six Earn Letters i Jr Hi Athletes . PkcJ. Pabst-ett. Cheese Food. For Delicious S In Track Thirty athletic letters as earn- SALAD DRESSINg. Y LLOW COLOH. A FLAVOR ALL ITS OWN. CHEESE SPREAD ........ ......... edbyJr, lli. footbailandbase- i~A[IEY'S TANG t'oacn ttaipn vismrese gave out I-,-~ll t.-~,,~,,,.-.o ,~,~,~ awarded the ~ Jolly Times. Delicious Served w/Melted letters to six men in tennis this .... ~ ..... ,,,o j,~.~____ ,- haseball Quart YELLOW POPCORN ...... a " past weeK. freshman year. Spearhe dins the lettermen lotto~ ~r|nn~r~ wPrP ~w~rdocl to was District Singles titlisl Tom- ;~.--~'Mo"r"a'n-~Ro~-~eake--F-rank FINE RANULATED. FOR COOKING, BAKING'Jk~'D THE TABLE. Tiny Cheese Crackers for Snacl(s and ~ :,~ . ." . ,Jim u"&ISUGAR my Erlcxson winning his second .... ' "- Denny SUNSHINE CHEEZITS letter. Dick Erick on, a Junior, al-{ amnerner l, u nhn 3r::ot :on Rick ]~" o won his second letter. Other~.-' ~ y' - - - ~ -- __ 10-Lb. Cudahy Sliced. For a Quick Meal Main 1) '-"~ - " " i " h fir "...,..,~. ,..,,,~ .,..n~,.,~ ,.~,-~ltnnacner' JaCK barson, 13uant~ ~ BGg leuermen in ienn s ior I e sit .......... ~ - - - . 1 BEEF & GRAVY time are Juniors Bryce Earnheart, i Jim, Corning_uonand .TOmwlcK rounoeaFster; and ~ianager Geral'd Schroedl. Cragmont ]Be a| ~7~-~--- out the sextet. With all lettermen . "-:t)a'l'l" "'tt'~e s"'''Z'%'" ~?.~:%~F" ...... rlin~" IOOt ie rio t~api. KlCK t~on- ge :h returning next year, A ~,Ion .~ho. h~..., ~m,~,~rlv ~,~., Root P-eeL Cola, Orange, Grape, Cream, Lemon Lime, Ginger '~houtd .... have. one of the top t ms veaKe," - tmn" t~usse~" [1, u'ick K]nin. Ale add Strawberry. Plus deposit. In [~1o area " " o Larry Gilbert, Frank Olander, ,,~ ~ ,~ Jack Larson,'John Jacobson, John DOZEN I tonnacl~er Ion Larson, Wayne Richardson, Lyle 1 OR FULL |" Large or small curds, _ . . o . ~... Lindquist, Gary Mose, Duane 5ticker tor Jr. HI Smith, Don Borseth, Bo Kluin. l..~0'~.] QUART '~" chive. and Louis Stangeland. All but Run Russell are freshmen. Rus- :[-Lb. Pat Connacher. left fielder for Coach Ed. Korsboen's Jr. tti. baseball team, ~aced his team- mates, at the plate with a .278 average. A .278 average isn't too bad, as this is strictly a pitch- 'r's league Connacher also led "n runs hatted in with three and 'otal hits with five Jim Morgan 'cored four runs to lead in the coring department. Averages are for six games and are as fol- lows: AB H R RBI Av. ~o~nac~'or ...: ........ 18 5 2 3 .278 L. Snyder ......... : .... 4 1 1 1 .250 D. Smith ................ 10 2 1 1 .200 lammerly ............ 13 2 1 2 .154 Dlander ................ 15 2 0 0 .133 Morgan .................. 19 2 4 0 .105 Borseth .................... 1 3 0 .091 Peake ......................... i 0 1 .077 laeobson ................ 18 1 3 0 .056 Carlson .................. 1 0 0 0 .000 Mose ...................... 2 0 0 0 .000 Stangeland ............ 4 0 0 0 .000 John Larson .......... 6 0 0 0 .000 Jack Larson .......... 17 0 i 0 .000 Totals ................ 15117 16 8 .113 sell is an eighth grader. O City League Opens Tuesday, June 2 Darirngton, the defending City League champion, and Marys- ville, the league's newest team, will open Arlington's C i t y League next Tpesday, June 2, at 8 p.m. Other teams entered in the tight little loop are Naval Radio, Mickey Ryan's, and Shep- ard's Service. The first two weeks' schedule is as follows: Tuesday, June 2, Darrington vs. Marysville. Wednesday, June 3, Ryan's vs. Radio. Thursday, June 4, Darrington vs. Shepard's. Tuesday, June 9, Marysville vs. Ryan's. Wednesday, June 10, Naval Ra- dio vs. Darrington. Thurg~lay, June 11, Shepard's vs. Marysville. 6-Oz. Bottle ~ inier, Alt Heidelberg, Brew 66, Olympia, Lucky Lager. ~ Cc~e of 12 12-OZ. . 1.94 CAN t. BEL-AIR FROZEN A new size in this delightfully refreshing drink. 6-Oz. Can 12-Oz. 27c 2/29c can 5c SALE; Corn Flake~ ............ 12-Oz. Rice Kri~pies ........ 5Vz-Oz. BOTH 26C FOR Safeway has ample supplies of TOP QUALI'I~Y berries for your freezer or canning. Also serve strawberry shortcake topped with Lucene Whipping Cream. FULL CRATE ..... $2.89 Box Ctn. WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF COTTAOE CHEESE Eaeh Certi-fresh, pan ready, cut-up colored tryers, Serve chicken Lb. Southern style. DIAMOND F, NORTH STAR, 10-16 LB. SHANK HALF OR Skinned Hams . . . L,,. CUDABHO BRAND, 5-7 LB. AVERAGE. ECONOMICAL. Smoked Picni~ . . Lb u. s. "CHOICE" OR "GOOD." BLADE CUT. VERY TENDEI~' Beef Pot Roast . . . Lb. LUCERNE WHIPPING CREAM .......... :/'2 pt. 33C LARGE, FIRM, RIPE. JUST RIGHT TO EAT. MILWAUKEE, SWIFT OR BAR S. JUICY AND TENDER. Skinless Wieners Lb Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat Mat. 2 p.m. THUR.-FRI.-SAT. , MAY 28-29-30 "PONY SOLDIER" Typrone Power Fights Warring Indian Tribes Top-Notch Action in Technicolor JUICY, MEDIUM SIZ*E. IN HANDY MESH BAOS. NEW CROP Lb. 5-Lb. Bag Lb. CANNED HAMS Wilson s. Boneless, no waste. Just heat and eat, or serve cold. 6-Lb. $5.79- Can Hormel Hams va Can %~,Io OCEAN Cranberry A elicious, for your meat 16.Oz. Can f Mrs. Buyer and Mr. Seller Get a Break Through the Want Ads @ 3c Per Word Minimum charge 65c The Arlington Times and Shopper PHONE 493 ARLINGTON, WASH. SUN.-MON. - - MAY 31, JUNE 1 Exciting Damon Runyon Story in Technicolor "BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY" Mitzi Ga nor - Scott Brady \ TUES,-WED ....... JUNE 2-3 'THE AFRICAN QUEEN" Another of the Ten Best Starring Humphrey Bogart . Katharine Hepburn THURS.-FRI..SAT.. 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PLUMP BEANS COMBINED WITH TENDER MF-~T" CHILI !TH =B[ ,oNS 16-o,.' Prices effec,lv~i~t~ay n y, M:y ,2:d and 23rd " sales to dealers.