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PAGE EIGtIT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1953. Arlington's Little League got under way last Saturday despite the handiwork of Jupiter Pluvius, Murphy Feed walloping Arling- ton Lumber & Plywood 14 to 8 in the first game of a scheduled double-header. Of' Jupe came: back strong in the second game, i the contest being called in a[ , downpour at the end of the sec- ond inning with Fowler Agency leading Shepard's Service 2 to 1. The game will be made up this Friday, June 12. Big Wes Evans handcuffed the L. & P. squad with but a lone hit. Jerry Tryon's line double to left in the last. inning ruining the no- hitter. Ewms struck out the side in the first five innings, ending Hp with sixteen strikeout victims in the six inning affair. Evans gave Manager John Simontacchi plenty of worried moments with ten. walks gnd two hit batters, Murphy's featured an eight hit attack in winning the opener. Andy Kempf picked up a pair of doubles, Wes Evans a double and single, and Tim Simmontacchi a pair of one.basers. A one handed stab of a line-drive off the bat of Flax Simontacchi by Larry Wil- liams was the defensive play of 1 1 1 BY BILL QUAKE tack on three pitchers, Vance Holland's Shephard's Service nine opened their season successfully tast Monday by subduing Arling. ton L. & P. by a margin of 15 to 5. The two Baker brothers, Ron and Don, paced the attack with five qs and three walks in eigilt trips between them. Ron picked up three hits, one a triple, and a walk, while Don had two singles and a pair of walks. Larry Fors- man doubled and singled for the winners, Don Gibbons also doubl- ed and singled as did Ron Rosen- bach. Darryl Jensen picked up two of the losers six hits. Rosen- bach whiffed eight with his southpaw slants, walking but three while hitting one. A large crowd witnessed the contest, and saw Marvin Jacobson come up with two nice catches in center County Tennis Tournament Planned "t Registration for "participation . ~ln Snohomish County Tennis the (lay. I~ournament will close Monday, Snort score R H E Jun 15 rdin ......... . - 'I e , aceo g to t.u~,.~.,~,,t Arl. L..& P .......... 100 11a 8 1 51officials The tournament is open Ivzurpnys ............ 520 07x 14 8 2[Io all amateurs, and will be con- Santeford, Reza.c (5) and D.~ducted according to age groups. Jensen W. Evans and T, Simon-[The boys tournament is for boys tacchi. 115 and under, the men's divis- ;hepard's Wins ion is over 16 years of age There Unleashing a fourteen-hit at- will be a girls division for girls 15 and under, and a ladies divis- ion for any girl over that age. The tournament and registration is free of charge regis I Persons interested may ter by mail or in person. Contact Snohomish County Boys' Club, Box 717, Everett. or H. &. L Sport Store, 1703 Hewitt Ave., Everett. Drawings and full explanation of tournament rules will take place at 8 p. m. on Monday, June 15, at the Boys Club, 13th and Roeke- feller Avenue, Everett. Winners of each division will receive tro- phies suitably engraved. 0 Little Leaguers Have Fence to Shoot After turning out in spa- eious confines of Halleck Field for the past month, Little Leagu- Too Late to Classify SALE---Six acres of standing hay. Phone252W3. duty chambray -- Sanforized--1 Vo r two chiidren Monday a.m. to our everyday price---2 for $2.98! Friday p.m., June 15 to July 24. Phone 374. at HAMMER'S FOR I SPECIAL AUCTION SALE. Loads cer's home, Arlington Airport of new and used merchandise] --$50.00. of every description. Machin- --- 7--- cry, household goods, kitchen WOOD--2-cord load 15-incn mill- ware, tools, army blankets and wood. Phone 3512. silverware. Thousands of items. Wed., June 17th, 1 to 5 and 7 to 12 p. m. Farmers Auction sale at Snohomish~ PART of my Stra~berry field oP- en to public picking. Northwest 10c and Marshal llc a pound. Good Army bicyale for sale, $7.50. JoseZ~h Bauer, R. 2, 1st road left past Community hall going east, Arl. Heights. FOR SALE-~Millwood, alder or maGIc Al~o kith dried shav- ings. Phone 247W2. New -- Economical MIGHTY-MAN ROTOTILLER Only $144.00 -- Free Demonstration -- ARLINGTON FEED & FARM SUPPLY We no---~v ha~e g--e-~nuine- S~rr~ Re- placement Parts. Oil inflations, J~d gaskets, air tubes, check valves, brushes, etc. Arlington Feed & Farm Supply JUMBO SIZE TOWELS in eight beautiful colors--79c each or 2 for $1.45 at .~__ _._..__HA MM E R S._ ___~__. Hayes Packing Co.--Custom kill- ing, cutting, and wrapping. Free pickup on beef. Locker beef. Phone Everett Tuxedo 3648 evenings, Arlington 3401. WANTED, to buy, pinto, appolousa, W. P. O'Connell, Seattle, Wash. Three milking cows with first calf, one ond, one with third. R. 4, Arlington. after 5 p.m. It's FLEXIBLE PELLETS SURE SEALING ECONOMICAL JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH DAIRY GLEN. THERE'S NOTHING FINER THAN REAL BUTTER. GUARANTEED FRESH. Lb. BREAKFAST Larg ligLOSSOM TIME. LARGE OR SMALL CURDS, ALSO WITH CHIVE. Grade "A" guar- anteed fresh. Buy several dozen at field for the winners, Larry Sand. ers and fans were surprised on strom and Gary Waugh starred coming out opening day to see a 1 Lb ~ this low price. DOZ. afield for the losers, miniature ball park on the site _ _ "_" " .... Short Score R H E of the old diamond. A four-foot ~ w ~ar~on PARTY PRIDE Arlin ton L & P 100 103 5 ' 6" ~lhigh fence stretched from foul g ~,. ........... SNOW STAR. STRAWBERRY CHOCOLATE AND VANILLA FLA~ORS GALLON 1 29 line tne ience oelng I~D Iee[ irom-- -- ' ~ " " Shepards ............ 240 90x 15 14 1 , UI'an"al ..~q~ She I home plate at all points. Foul l . P~armentler, Death (..4) R.ezaeiline markers had been set up and I/~I ~ i ia/~BIm Half ~ (a,.anq o. oensen, t~. lxosenoacn/a new pitching rubber had been I~ll~ I =l Ull I Gal 65 ~uaxt ! Ev . 7:15 p.m., Sat Mat. 2 p.m. ana re. aKer. placed. As a special bonus for .... " Also Pineapple, in plastic cups. re- ...... Murphy's Downs Fowler's homeruns and shutouts this sea- RICH MILD CHEESE FOOD SLICES MELTS PERFECTLY usable as refrig- ----- ~ Playing before another largelson, Mickey Ryan, sponsor of the ram' m ' ' , ' ~ " * erator dishes. PINTi ~.-FRI.-SAT. - - JUNE ll-13Jcrowd, Murphy Feed downed Cold Storage team in the City ~,~lmm~l~I ~ .... chnic lor Feature iFowler Agency in a nip and tuckISoftbail League, has announced ~|llV~'~ 2.Lb. LUCERNE ~pectacmar le o ]battle bv a 7 to 6 count. Fowler s[that he will $1.00 for an5' [qfl[NIfl~I II $ Loaf of theGreat Swamps ]outhit the winners, but fell before J homerun hit over the fence in ' FreshITIIIWI| " ........ H" l- last inning, rally that netted]Little League play. Ryan will al- RICH, CREAMY, MtLD CHEDDAR. TEMPTING, PLEASING FLAVOR. IJUk~J5 UJ~" " ~ ]three runs The Feedmen nursed so pay the same amount for any ~I ~I WILDERNESS" a 2 to 0 'lead until the fourth shutout in Little League games ~e'-i|~lIe~m ~-'~allAdl~,dlm'A r~r~o ,','hen Fowler's' exploded tlMS summer. = II"'IIUIII =IlIdlmdlq~I~ ~ Homogenized, n- Walter Brennan - Jean Peters for five hits and six runs. A walk, Thanks ~ ~l~l ~lllllNl~q##Nl~ Lb. - riched with Vlta- "l rain D Better ~,~ ~isingles by Charles Warren, Gary] Thanks for the material in LAC MIX M~KES 5 "~JARTS OF NON FAT MILK REAL ECONOM" your milk buy! GAL.qII~ ......... 1" I'[Ludwiek' Ken Sather. Ivan Mol-[building the fence goes to Jakel - . ~ __ - _ _ . ,ux. ........ .~ ~tad, a double by Art Lindeil, andlWhitiey of Union ]Vlill, who do- ~1~ IIolI am IeI_ I JUNE ISSUE ,vDUlp .1D'II~TT~-IG~ g,yiG~ I-n error, accounted for the runs.]nated the lumber and IVIassar I IWV mm|IIg ~IIM~ 1-Lb. Pka. 3-Lb .~a ..... ~a v~ IM,,rphy's picked tm a p~air in the[Lumber Co. for the 2x4's for thcl I~II |WIIIR o 3so - Pkg" I=amIIy Cir, ST. LOUIS" i fifth on three walks and a hit byIframes. The fence was built byI ~ ........ Now ON SALE The Great Story of Dizzy Dean [Glen Lawty. , !Phil Bjorn, ,who thought of theI KRAFT'S. CREAMY CTEESE. SPREADS LIKE BUTTER. Featuring Summer FashionS, " " I Held to a hair of hits until thelidea, Erriie Ludwick, Bill Fowler,[ ~m m m mn ~ Salads. colorful pictures and~ Starring [last frame Murphys came to life. I Vance Holland. and Bill Quake.[ rLa~~a IIIm--. butterflies, and summer mag' Dan Dailey - loanne Dru With one out Andy Kempf drew Other material and labor were[ IIII~I~I~-- I~I IlIl e STILL ~, / q 'a walk, Nell Hankins scratched alturnished by "Buzz" Forsman,] ~II~~ IIl~ Pint ' hit to ~i~ht and Wes Evans count- [ Harold Land Motors, Bill Jensen] ONLY ~ TUES.-W'ED. - - - JUNE 16-171ed both" on a sizzler to center.]of Arlington Truck Repair, Ervlk ' _ __ ,, , r an John S1 DUTCH MILL HARVEST BLOSSOM a ~vh,~, ..... e,~modv I Evans counted the winning runIB andt, of P. U.V., d "'ll I I Lucerne, half milk, half cream blend. ..................... ~ on a close play at the plate on montacehi of the Naval Radio|l a~l~_ __l AL _ l I P "1 rn "THE FIRST TIME" Lawty'S ground ball, Fowler Station. II llgPfl n n t-amnnv Hnnr HALF & HALF .... 0 -- * ....... ...... '- -'--- ' The next -)ro ect in mind is a]= v..vvvv m 4mmumu3 nvw,/ |,~t-~Huy pLt:(t2,2 tlDune tl[..t tIOU-I 1 J II t~ I I Robert Cummings - Barbara Halei ble play of the season in this con-lcenter field scoreboard and paint-II Swiss ~ American both" make I I ~n nurnnse onriehed fnr nutri Lucerne. For Coffee and Desserts. Itst as'Joe Wiggs struck out andling of the fence. I| deliciods snacks anti s~,ndwiches. | | tiu~ba~king ........ " TABLE CREAM .... .,~,~, ................ ,,l Larry Ka]lstrom was out at third, ~ ---~---------o-----------~ || I | " "" "" " " ],~enrv Gibson to Sather Fowlersl IL~/~ID DE'M'T' II A l~I I I ,, .t. B-- 2c ,t. =_- Lucerne. Rich and Thick. Pint 63c. "~T~'~T~ llvan Molstad led both clubs mn | II -- -i[ I I ..... ~.~a .~.~x~v,,~a.~ llfittin~,'with two singles in fourl~~. -- II ~..Y" i~/~C dl . , , u 7.. WHIPPING---""CREAM.." :,, . . ". . . PUI% icl~2~t--o-rm, moaern nouse r~. or It I [ qL~| OF ZENDA /tnps. Tim SImontacchl was easl-I w,th bat~ Ph~,~,~ 2aa~ II I I O l l ,er , ,* rhe defensive star of the game, I ~ ~ ] q I Luc ne. Rich in Chocolate. Starring l the eight-year-old catcher nail [Short Score' ' R H E.I~ .... - , , " " " ~ ELL WELL FROZEN DESSERT MIX. CHOCOLATE AND VANILLA. ~ Romantic Stewart Gromge, rv, two runners at the plate be. lMurphys ............ 020 023 7 4 11 ...... , CHOCOLATE DRINK.. qn~nd Beautiful Deborah Kerr 'sides throwing out the potential lFowle~'s .............. 000 600 6 6 2 I ~r~'~'~r~- ~.~ ~ f~ 4-Oz. ~ /t' ~ In Technicolor tying run at second in the lastI F. Simontacchi, aawty (4) Pl . Lucerne. Drink Lots and Yet Be Slende' frame. Timmy also picked up an]T. Simev,~cch!. Lind.!l. Frey (6)I ~g'. /aim/[infield single to bat in the firstiand G'bson. Winner: Lawty; LOs-ITEMPE'ST MAIN. DELICIOUS FOR SNACKS AND SANDWICHES. NON'FAT MILK . . . ~~*~1[~~' .,-, .,o-. ler: L',nc'ell. [ "~/~ "~,~.,. i. ~1.,.. ..,. .,.] ~ .~ ....~ 31/4.0z II] i:Llli .iit[ HI . . . . can Lucerne. Fresh Cimfned. Delicious fO, I NON*AT MIL VERY LOW CA O . BUTTERMILK . Fresh pack, light-meated. Ideal for and main dishes Bite 6Ih.Oz. Can Milk ,,oz. Pkg. FRISKIES. 10C OFF ON A 5 POUND BAG. SPECIAL ONFER. Me; PURE, MILD AND CREAMY SMOOTh. REAL ECONOMY, FISHER. EXCELLENT BISCUITS, WAFFLE~ AND PANCAr~,S. 5-Lb. Bag I 2-Lb. Pkg. Sunshine. Chocolate, filled sandwiches. Jane Arden. Coconut a n d marshmallow topping on Van- -illa Wafer ,'O,, 39 Pkg. C 6VvOz. Pkg. cream Fresh, fully flavored. Thick melted, premium sizes Enjoy cantaloupe a la mode. RED RIPE BLACK SEEDED KLONDIKE Lb. Whole (Cui... Lb. 7c) FAVOI~ITE FOR SUMMER SALADS ARLINGTON, WASH F.DJt.F, "Arlington's Frieudly Ford Dealer Since 1931" I II TELEPHONE 1771 Lge. Heads EL. SWEET CORN 49-Oz. Pkg. Plump, juicy, well filled ears. B es t quality. Serve these Lge. roasting ears to- E-rs night. Perfectly ripened, just right to eat. Serve sliced right to gat. Serve sliced on cer- eals, salads, or in desserts. Solid Pack 7-Oz. Can U.S. "CHOICE" or "GOOD." TENDER. A REAL TREAT. BEEF T-BONE STEAK . . Beef Pot Roast U,S. "Choice' or "Good." Blade cut. Very tender and juicy. Ideal for 45c family dinner .... LB. Halibut Fresh caught, te meat. Excellent baked or broiled. Certi-Fresh, Cut-Up Fresh Fryers , .lb. 59 Ground Fres~)jMl. Ground !b. 45e SwiIt, Milwaukee, Skinl's Wiener Veal. Olive or Luncheon MeP, t Prices effective Frj#ay and Saturday~ June 12th and 13tit, No sales to ~l~r~.'