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/;! i~ !/ ii ii: one. He struck out the side in the fourth and seventh innings Smith had a perfect four for only after two close battles Peggy Anderson's Bryant team dropped a one run decision to Lakewood, and looked good do- ing it. North Arlington lost a win, the first in his short career. Arlington's attack was led by Dan Anderson and Steve An- derson, each with, two for three, and Jimmy Underwood Community ~all. Arlington Heights, 11:50-12:15 Boys and girls who will be in the four through the eighth four evening for Sultan, with with two for four. Schuler top- aware of t~t maw~lt/~n law of two doubles, and, .two s!ngles, ped the losers, getting three for grades this fall are invited to om's and to know that it win ~icnaras.nau a pair of triples mree ann a WalK. ... .~ join the Vacation Reading ne,r~ lie . Ior his night's WORK. ~ine score: + ~ 1"1~ ~'q,,h when they com~ to the I ' ' ' Short score: R H E Monroe ........ 001 200 1 4 9 2]b"(~[(m'o'l~ile """ - | I nm ore'am mmi Arlington .... 100 0100 2 5 7 Arlington .... 017 000 x 8 8 3[ ............... m m,m m. m ,m II Sultan .......... 010 802 x 11 8 5 1 Wilcoxen, Bonga (3), Parkerl pair of close games and drop- I II James, Caesar (6) and Marsh. I(6) and Flickner, Faussett (4).lped into the league Cel]ar. The [ " .... i[lain, Eoff (6). Jonker and Rich: [Klllough, Treen (4) and Marsh-[girls usually play on Tuesday ' [ards. [lain. __ and Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Mrs. Mary Best and Mrs. John Lilloren honored Mrs. Doris Bissell on her birthday last week at the home of Mrs. Lilloren. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Hartley, Mrs. M. A. Hart- ley, Mrs. Harold Bissell, Mrs. Bill Bueklev, Mrs. Walter Lath- rap, Mrs. Ruth Montanye, and Mrs. Raymor~d Case. Dinner guests of the John Lilloren's on Sunday were Mr. rand Mrs. Joe Running and Mr. children, Mountlake Ten'ace. Sunday evening guests at the Bill Summers home were their daughter and family, Mrs. Win. ifred Ingarson and children, of Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer tried out their new trailer house over the week.end, mak- ing a trip to Wenatchee to visit friends. They left Friday even- ing, returning on Sunday. Re. port a pleasant weekend. wood so that the beauty lasts. Remember-me sale ends July 31st. Order your f~ll supply now and save 10% off the regular price. For any Standard Oil product, call EARL E. GREATHOUSE 208 S. West, Arlington, Wn. = Ph. GE 5-2208 HAROLD YORK D~rl1~ton, Wash. ". Phone Hemlock