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% PAGE EIGItT Little League Lineups for July 3 Announced The Little League doublehead- er for July 3 is scheduled to get under way at 2:30 p.m., or as soon as possible after the athletic events at the Athletic Field, which are scheduled for 12:00 noon. The first game of the day will find Murphy Feed going against Arlington Lumber and Plywood. The second contest will be between Fowler Agency and Shepard's Service. The probable starting lineups as announced by Managers John Simontacchi and Ray McClure are as follows: Mtuphy Arl. L P Kempf, ss Rezac, ss F. Simon- Sandstrom, If tacchi, lb Waugh, lb Evans. 1I D. Jensen, c G. Lawty, p M. Larson, cf Hankins, 2b Katlstrom, cf Parmentier, 3b B. Buell rf Danubio, rf The probable lineups for Bill Quake's Fowler Agency nine and ~]ance Holland's Shepard Service crew are as follows: Fowler Shepard Ludwick, 2b Gibbons, p Lindell, p L. Born, 3b Sather, 3b Sass, lb Ftey, ss R. Baker, c Molstad, lb D. Baker, rf Gibson, c R. Rosenbach, cf Warren, cf D. Rosenbach, If Hall, ]f Jacobson, 2b McKernan, rf Brownlow, ss FowlersDefeat Shepard's 6 to 2 THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1953. City Fastball 1 BY -- m BILL QUAKE Murphy's Lose to 9 * family, from Albert Lea, Minne- League Standmgs Shepard s Service sota, were welcome visitors at Won Lost Pet. Don Gibbons pitched his finest tchemga:sn:2% laSwtaWeo~k~aTh:: Marysville .... 4 1 800 game of the young season last , Y , Y Y " " ........ , nia wnere they visited relatives, Naval Radio .......... 4 1 .800 ]~nday night, the Bryant hurler .......... Darrington ............ 3 2 .600 holding the league leading Mur- an(] also at .~arKmna, wasn.. Shepard's .............. 1 3 .250 3hy Feed team to three hits and wnere mey visiteo ur. and lvirs. Mickey Ryan's ...... 0 5 .000 )ne unearned run. Meanwhile Jorda.hl~both professors at the Last Week s Results: his teammates picked up seven racmc J~utneran t:ouege. Marvsville 10, Darrington 9, oingles off of a pair of Feedmen . Pastor and Mrs. Myrwang Naval Radio 8, Mickey Ryan s 3 hurlers to win a workmanlike 4 drove to Seattle last Friday to Naval Radio 19, Shepard's 1to 1 decision Gibbons also paced meet Robert Kay Perkins, wno Next Week s Schedule: his team's attack, picking up a had just arrived at the Swedish Tuesday, July 7; Darrington vs. double and two singles in four Hospital "the day before, as the Mickey Ryan s trips. Flax .Simontacchi doubled first born to Robert Perkins and Wedne.~day, July 8, Marysville and singled for the losers, wife Dagny Myrwang Perkins. vs. Shepard's Gibbons opened the initial inn- All concerned were happy. I T.. I F,- F,, HELP WANTED--Edgerman for'FOR SALE---Small .~[T.Tf A AT A 11 --vv a.~L,~ Lv "~i~ooliv alder operation. Germain Lbr. 416 French Ave., A.~L~V~,Z~. II~ -~--i ~ ~ Co. Oso. Phone 3520. -~ i . " , -- ' . " ". " f -- . 5 .. ~ . nhn Mnrv C~rrnl ~nd M~vcr~r~t -- 9 C e I breast neck feet F E Head- camping stove ~ei~':i:'&--',: .'~.- ..... ."~ ~'.~"~" ..... good condition;good rubber;I ]ey, R.'5, Ari'ington. 273J3. Blacken at v~s or rne pasior Ivlyrwangi trailer, goodrubber, $400.' Call 791. FO~-SA-L-E--14-months-old Jer- IT'S GOOD NEWS: sey bull, good stock. A. J. Hendrickson, R. 2. , Abide in me, and I in you. 'As the branch cannot WANTED--Alder logs. Prefer 10 of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ft. Good price for good timber, ye abide in me. Germain Lbr. Co., Oso. Phone I am the vine, ye are the branches. He that abideth 3520. ~ire---b-a~ales. and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit; out me ye can do nothing. Phone __00~Marysille 26 If a man abidenot in me, he is cast forth as a bra In Arlington - Phone 1344 is withe~red; and men gather them, and cast them KILLOUGH CLEANERS fire, and they are burned. John for WATERPROOFING Thursday', July 9, Darrington vs. Naval Radio O LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS Won Lost Pet. rqurphv Feed ........ 5 2 .714 .:~hepard Service .. 5 2 .714 Vowler Agency .... 3 3 .500 ~xlington L & P .... 1 7 .125 Last Week's Results: Murphy's 13, Arlington L&P 12 Fowler s 6, Shepard's 2 Shepard's 4, Murphys 1 Shepard's 5, Arlington L&P 1 Next Weeks Schedule: Friday, July 3 Double-header 2:30.Murphy vs. Arl. L&P 4:00, Fowler's vs. Shepard Monday, July 6, Shepard vs. Arlington L&P Tuesday, July 7, Fowler vs. Murphy Wednesday, July 8, Fowler vs. Arlington L&P Thursday, July 9, Shepard vs Murphy Friday. July 10, Shepard vs. Fowler (First half ends) O WHITE HORSE ing with a line double off of Wes Evans, Murphy's leading hurler. Ron Baker then scored his bat- ~0#~ y/l~r/O#$ ~'q:: ~ery-mate with a triple, t,he hit coming with two out. Shepard's rhade it 4 to 0 in the third on a pair of walks, a hit batsman, and li ~_O~ ~ .,.,----t.noup~ f~~ I/~ hits by Don Baker and Ron Ros- enbach, with Baker's wallop good ~or two bases. Murphy lone tally counted in the fourth frame, with e eeWith a big Hankin's scoring as a result of a ItlOLI:)/ Y': ' V$,L pair of errors, ruining Gibbons' bid for a shutout. Gibbons struck out eleven and didn't walk a man in winning his second win against a single Sp~a::::fYecS~::: ;hlulr~;1.m~n~ IF:~~_ ~ defeat. Wes Evans went down to his first defeat of the >,ear, go- Arlin:::?" ing four innings, striking out eight. Glen Lawty hurled the last two frames and whiffed four. Short score:R H E E W Shepards ............ 103 000 4 7 3 ' IUpe __ _.: ,terml Murphy'..s ........ 000 100 1 3 0 Gibbons and R. Baker. Evans, ~~O~.', G. Lawty (5) and T. Simontacchi. Certi-fresh, pan ready. Nothing ~---------o tastes better than Fried Chicken on __"-n Baker a picnic, so fry several for the Holi. lb. day. St ik 0 S your "4th" picnic. r es ut eventeen Diamond F or North Star. 12-16 lb. Avg. Whole or Shank Half. - lb. 5c Mrs. M. Fleming, Don Baker, converted outfield- h 1F~]les~ 4hge rnfYa c am eh~r ~omt :t~e eorrespondinff, er, set a new league strikeout m m m ,, lb, Sweet, Vine Ripened. Thick Meated. US. , " Y g ~ANSENS RETURN FROM record last Monday night, as the - -- llle - " t - k 10 12 lb Avera D~ | I A1/ ". their se,~nd straight win over 6,000-MILE TOUR fireballing right-hander whiffed ~e,~sv :~ea~y o ~oo. - . ge. I:RI ITRlfllln ~ Ib ~', Shepard s Servme= The game: an Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hansen anc 17 would-be hitters in his 5 to 1 ~m~[| I I| Pl//l~lt~ ,,_ v~m ~mv~ia ~,v ' v ~IPI, I ~ . ...... , as Michigan and Illinois. They the Lumbermen, gi" g p i qKI/lllllaqP@ wlllnave .. " .- " --t second straight win. trey. nurie~ ran into the floods in Sioux City. walk to Mike Larson in the first ORIIll~OO I|llwll~ld ,, , , ~u. Fauc.. Ceier* Tender au,~ "-io- may potu two hkl shut.outball for rive ana on the way east and altogether and hitting Richard Enselman in =--------- -- ..--- B, " --~'~ . .... ~'" .,, ,,. ~nts~dh~n~:~:k~a~u~p;~]~gt~.u~f~)~i~[~.~tmei~es?~te~ianpqre~`)~ th~in~gfthn ~s&nplycntr~{c~iP:~ Armour's. P, cnie pac~.Lb 89c I FA.V. rARTS res, celery lb, IOC ~ln ". . ...... i .he3 state, was their trip through their single tally in t " Skin~ sWieners ~,-~g I :C lcken ~ed Haven Ripe and Juicy "11. | 1| lbs. Larr~ Mcr~ernan m Ine nnal inn th Bw tt r r Wau h sln~,led ' . "] e "~ o n mountains and hi- frame as Ga y g ' ~" " ~ ' " " | ~B ing before a double-p!ay w~pedl~o the trip through Yellowstone with tvo down, Darryl Jensen -'- li-htfull- Smoked--w [ .~nor'~o.~.e, FRESH PEAOHES ...... lb. J- C out the rode. Yon lxosenoacn gave] r~,trk and the Bad Lands doubling, off the left field wall ~ g , . ~.~ . " rJk~#-~ [ orea.s~,~mgrm A..~ ALSO: For your selection, seed- ~ up eight hils, istr~gkoutff::, ~ns~l ~ for the counter. Jensen also l~xp'ra a,mon Lb..?t, I it~ucks.ar~cl~ Lh 98c ~stgrcaoPrenS" afr~ShmleyontS~e~l~se~: BR] tKFA~ walked s x, 1 g ~ KTTEND HOLMSTAD REUNION nicked up the third hit for the , y ur favorite. soual fruits and vegetables. ~ ~ start of season. [ Mr. and Mrs. Estes Forrister. of! losers, a well tagged single to ~. la~l Shepard's picked up three: Squire Creek attended the Holm. center in the final inning. . ARMOUR'S NALLEY'S. CRISP, D~ICIOUS, LIGHTLY SALTED ........ straighl walks on Fowlers start-If-tad reunion held at the Pioneer Shepard's, could pick up Out /'~L .... ~ i-i.~m ~ j .~ I"~1 __ Grade A. ing hurler, Don Gibbons, LarryI .~all in Arlington on June 21st. four hits off of Jensen the L & P lmppu lid.lEa [l'~d~Te~llTgl [ '~lllt~O 7-Oz. ~ fresh. Have pler Bjorn and Richard Sass all be- IMrs Forrister the former Bernice catcher making his first ~tart of Eas- to slice for a delicious ~. x~l~E~l,t;~J~kJlllJ[Jk.~ Pkg. ~ for y o u r in " i~ued free passes by ten- Wurland is a randdau hter of t ear also Jensen struck out ~,,~t ~n=dwieh w~, ~,~,~ ......_-- salad. g . - , , g g he y " .... d ................................. ads AND APPETIZERS SPECIAL PRICE year-old Art Lmdell. Frey went the Holmstads on the maternal i eleven in hm five lnmng lob an _~. ...... " " in at this point and struck out ~ide. She reports about 200 de-'didn't walk a n~an also an ex- l'~-:ol. ~=/,,-~ | D_. ~.A. __~, ~][7 ~ 1 Lb the side but a fielder's choice scendantsprecent atthe reunion cellentDieceofwori< TheService ChUm DU ttel w aIe] s , P;- Doz. and a hit batter in between was Station crew were handed fou , _ ..... ~nl:~u GREEN GARDEN. WHOLE KOSHER STYLE DILLS. goal for two runs. Gary Lud-ISWALLOWS .22 SHELL unearned runs in the third inn- wick singled to lead off Fowler's: Little Bobble Anderson, son of in~ when Jensen's infield corn- Shortening Hal, BEL-AIR half of the ,first. Lindell fob!Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Anderson, m~ted three errors around hits lowed with a walk, Ken Satheriwas rushed to the hospital over by iJon Gibbons and Don Baker It's dig es~,tible. Be sure to I,,~ , ~C~ ~-~,-~-~,. Gal. '~" Lemo e singled to left, counting Lud-]the week-end when he swallow- Baker also scored the first run redeem 30ur 15c coupon SNOW STAR. STRAW'BEI~RY, CHOCOLATE. VANILLA. GAL. 1.29. wick, and Lindell scored onled a casing from a 22 shell for Shepard's in the second cantO.on 3-Lb. ~1C~'~ i Half GaL ~ Try this new siz : Charles Warren two out double.~ --------- sin~,ling and later scoring Can l~ qk,,J[-~Lm 65C Quart ~$~ I fresh frozenlemo~ Two errors and singles by Dug' Berry season started in for the Gar'v Wellman's slow roller. _..- Hall and McKernan in the thirdl Bertels on Monday of this week,]The win elevated Vance Hol- ' DAWN FRESH BITE SIZE. MAKES DELICIOUS SALAds. SANDWICHES. 12-Oz. 'FI gave Fowlers a 3 to 2 lead. The;but due to the rainy weather theiland's squad into a first placiden. Mushroom Sauce winners iced the contest in the berries arenot ripening very fast. tie with Murphy, each with White Star Tuna " :lq, Can. d~ fifth on a single by Warren,. a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Szeckly{tical five and two recordsA ,, E Ideal for gravies and cas- walkHall tOwalksAlbertto Huff,Lindella single OYano ~a- ;md~. children,end visitorsf Seattle,at the weretArt ArlShrtL & score:p tt~" ^ tayo" ~x ~ ~ serole dishes. TASTE TELL. COMPLETE YOUR PICNIC. SERVE HOT OR COLD. , . , eek- . ' .............. - G-Oz.1~ ther, and a flna!,_9[~e-baser by Clads,o home. Mrs. Szeckly isiShepard's .......... =014.00x ~ 4, Pork & Beans . . ,,,,c= 17'La e FLUFF-'[,.* Frey. Warren v/~Hall, ease Mrs. Gladsjo's sister. I D. Jensenana.~a~Ke .uarson. u. Can JLV'~., picked up a pair oI nits ior m ~... . ..... ~...~ ..... ;. vi.itin.!Baker and t~. uatcer. FRESH WHOLE KERNEL,. SWEET AND TENDER. SERVE HOT WITH BUTTER. ................ col .... .......... , ....... Marshmalk winners, wmle noz, oa~. ,__-;,~n .....~-rsi~ter Ruth Gan-! w;,;t~,~ttheBertelshomeov- C Jacks " , leered a pair of singles Tar me ...... sy .... ,:- -~ , . ....... *,-- 12'Oz ...... noway, is carmg for the chHdrenlertheweek-endandalsoattend" vrac..-r Nnblets Corn . o,o- , ~,~,,~... , ,, ~ luring their mother's absence. !ing the Timber Bowl, were three. Favorite with the kids. }~ Takenic fornroasti~g.yur holt Prize In every box. I-Lb.~ Sh~prds:?re: .... 200 000 ~ ~ ~ Mrs. Gladys Stafford, of Almira!of Rodney's buddies'fr~n~eWh2by Nt~ MADE. oE'r5 PIECE LAZY SUE FOR 50c AND JAR COLLAR. i~owler's .............. 201 03x 6 8 0 :~ visiting at the Cliff Denmanilsland Naval Base. y Sx/2.Oz,~./(~g~ R. Rosenbach and R. Baker. ~ome. Mrs. Stafford, whoisMr. Tonv Olivera, from Boston ; Tom Mayonnmse . . . S " ,k,. Lindell Fre (1), McKernan (6), Oenmans sister, will leave forlProffit, from Chillicothe, Ohio. Box "1~'~" ...~,~ r-~sony .. _ ~ome the latter part of the week. and Jerry Jackson,. from Salt'Lake[~ vMILDSnow For Pour Picnic Hot Dogs and Sandwiches. ...... ,1 ~_ .-. ........ _ ~ .." ......... City Utan. Also vmmng w,m t,,~~ FRENCH'S MUSTARD 9-oz. jar'lO g ------------u lvir ane tvirs u ies rarrls ana .. _'. --c ....... ,,r..,a e-om .,or: , ~. :' '] ehildren have" moved back to ~er~re~twas "~'"* ........... Eb, o~ny. Delicious in Sandwiches or Salads. ~/-~ ] ~'0 . [ their home at Squire Creek. They Art Cabe, Nina Cloer returned Mild and granulated for ef- 0HOPPED OLIVES can Z//'IC [ Mrs. Nellie George, [ ~ave been living m ~rays riar- home last-.Friday from North ficiencY2x/~..Oz" 29c Happyvale Whole. Ma~kes Your Picnic a Real Treat. ] correspondent. ], Visitors at the Getschmann C:l~~nb~.t~:~r%t~oeYthnaramo~n Pkg., SWEET PIOKLES ......... 21-oz. jar~" Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson of ~ome over the week-end were ......... ,-..,, v t er lney traveleu vy p,a,~ Evere~t came Saturday and isi - Mr. and Mrs. Wiess and children " DREI~ Crag ed until over Sunday with Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Westcott dudI Mae Thompson. ehil(~ren, all of Bellevu'e, also blr.[ ~'~. an-' Mrs. Carl Kisor, of Red- and~Mrs. Gearhart and daughter mound, s~ent the week-end with a n..d Mr..Moore,of Hoquiam: Mrs.] Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mortenson wmss is a a augnier oI t:ne[ and together they enjoyed the Getschmanns ~wrs. "wgstco . qn,,h~ Bowl ~t Darrin~ton ~randdaughter and Mrs. Gearhartl "'Mr's~.'Marie King ret~rnec1 here a niece. They" attended the Tim- to reside after several months ber Bowl. I visit with her children at Sultan Visiting at the Swalling home and Seattle. on Saturday,. and also attendingll ' M-~ ~azel Helm and children the Timber Bowl, was Mrs. Swa - .'= ...... . ..... ~. lfng's mother Mrs Waller of Se- r,e~en and ~mon oI uarrlngton .--' " ~. - ~*,nt to Mar-sville Sundav ac attle, and the Paukeviches, au oi j J~ - ~mpanied by her parents, Mr. Seattle. ~.~,.~,~ ~ ..... ain~ a and Mrs. L. B. Knights, to visit ...~'~'~;"~.~.",.~.~ "~ ,~e~.~ ~.~ u...--.~ a~,~ t,mo~ Phelns ana to w=~, ~ ~,~ -~-~ ,~,u, .... v--- ,,,,. ~.,~ ,,,,o. ~= o~ v ,~ +- ~--~---~ ,~o.,'*.- ,',," taCkson- ~.,~I. M~ Dhel6c ,,,qebrate her en~ u,=.,-,-~ .~.~v.,,s .v. ,. ;,,_;~ ......... v~ ~" "" ville Fla. where he wilt entr a DirTntlav ' ' ._ -" ~. ...... naval aviation electron school. ~nalon tietscnman nan me ..... ,~ ... a,,, ,, 1- 10 " " - _ _ . He .~pu.t~ xu. u~ts ,,u .y misfortune to nave the door slam- , ~------------ reed on her arm last Thursday, on June 24th to Mr. and Mrs. Mel- but by Sunday she had the ban- vin Parkerr of California.. b also dage off, and then went to White A.w. t'eterson ana uo .. Horse, accompanied by her cous- John Sandstrom each built a p~t in Janet Pumphrey, and visited silo to care for their perishable wRh Sharon's grandparents, Mr.hay crop. The change of the moon and Mrs. Barney Getschman. didn't help a..b~t th}s. tlme,s~anm Mar" Ann Limin~ has been va continuing w~tn a llItle sun ~' " r for a treat eationlng at the beach with he ,,_~ ~....~ u~.~ o,,a ~;~a~o,~ granamomer, ~vlr~. z~eu ,,,t, . ..... - who has been ili oI Darrmgton, witn ner parents, . . Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Knights visit- A correction is made that Chf-led Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ford Tungate is appointed to be Jesse Phelps at Marysville, hon- on the Tables and Seating corn, oring them on their wedding an- mittee instead of Walter Tungatei niversary as earlier stated, i Beverly Slumen and her two daughters, of Everett, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. a~d Mrs. J. E Daniel. Other guests also were Mr. and Mrs.! Elmer Hagglund and daugh~ter, i Howard Turner and his bride, of Mt Vernon, were in the com-i munity and at Darrington on Sat-! uxday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parker re- ~ived word that a girl was born Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.m. THURS..FRI.-SAT. - JULY 2.3-4 "THE LUSTY MEN" Exciting Action Starring Susan Hayward, l~obert Mitchurn SUN.-MON. - - - - JULY 5-6 Marlene Dietrich in Technicolor Western "RANCHO NOTORIOUS" TUES.-WED..-- ...... ..JULY 7-8 Shelley Winters - Ricardo Montalbon in "MY MAN AND I" Sunday visitors ' with the Georges were his sister, Mrs. THU.-FRI.-SAT.-- JULY9-10-11 Gould and her granddaughter ..... , ,.. ' ........... ~.Z no~ert -ray,or and Eleanor P~rker oI ~eatue, ana also lvlrs. ~rJ.~uy~ Rose of Edmonds, and her moth- in er, Mrs Ella Bramon, a visitor from Iowa. "ABOVE AND BEYOND' Clare Parker .of Concrete visit- ed his brother Glen, and family,l The Love Story Behind a also enjoying the Darrington] ...... " .... Timber Bowl for over the week. ItI J~lHlOn oouar ~ecret was rather a reunion for ClareI and his friends. I v- s .neter'en Root Beer, Strawberry, la and Assorted MixerS. Dishes shine without wip- . Case of 12 -- .ing. Kind to hands. , 10gh Fall ~ 15-Oz. ~t Ruth Ashbrook. For add- Pk 1.O~ QuarttJ Pkg. t~-[-C ed fun, serve real hot g. ~]ltA_l* dogs. Already sliced, of 6 Everyone's Favorite. Plus deposit "q rl!! DUZ , 9 10-Oz, t~tt Hire s Root Beer. Soap Powder EONDWARE SO 'EASY TO USE NO FUSS Beverage Powder. Delicious Fruit FlavorS.~t~l~l, lce~lI: " ~ the pu Real rieh soap Your wash- " " _____Flavor___Aid . . . Pkg .llt er's best friend. PAPER PLATES . . pkg. 2/25c Iv 201b-'Oz" ~'~Q.o :~K~u, Will COLD DPXNK OR HOT DRINK CUPS. ' ~l!l~lO~l~ I~~Y.' JUly ..... PAPER CUPS . . . pkg. 2/25c Rainier, Olympla, Heidelberg, LUT~Othu BUY PLASTIC KNIVES, FOP.KS AND Brew 66, canned beet. ~ L~*~ts Who Detergent o, 12 L rlingl Washes white without PLASTIC SPOONS . . pkg. 2/25c ,2o,. of JLo~t~k Cans . ~ ,- bleaching. . ~ ~ly 19-Oz. 0~1 ~ I 1 .. j~'..elaim~ p~. O/C DS,~:.~~/'~Y,~[q.~~~ I Alka Sel~La~ PERSONAL IvorySoap , """ MIX WITH PICKLES FOR SANDWICHES AND APPETIZERS " m eating or OrlnKln~, ~"' Pure mild floating soap. w 5'/2-Oz. " 60 For dishes and complexion. L,bby s Potted Meat . . ca. /29, Size ~. Pers. LIBBY'S. DELICIOUSQUICK-MEAL DISH. " -- 16 Oz Size 4/21c Spaghetti & Meat . . .. . Z7 Ivory ~I SPREADS EASILY. IDEAL FOR PICNIC SANDWICHES. . . Get Dupont 3-Oz brush with 3 Ubby s Devded Ham . . . . . Can" reed "v ~IG. $1Zi CURED AND COOKED. MAKES GOOD SANDWICHES. ium I ory C Libby's Lunch Tongue 6.o,. M.d. , Size ONLY CHOICE MEATS ARE USED. FOR A QUICK " ' ,-,. L,bby s Corded Beef . " Size BATH SlZ| Prices effective Thursday and Friday, luly 2nd and 3rd0 in Arlington. No sales to dealers.