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PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON kStIINGTON," " " TIIURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953. Marysviile Wins First Half City League Defeating the Navy fast ILegion to Promote 60 New Fords "Aid to Korea Week" To Transport July 26-Aug. 1 Visiting Governors ball team last Tuesday night 4 to 2, the fast stepping Marysville slug- gers clinched handily the first half championship; in the Ar- lington City League, Darrington and the Navy hohting second and third places respectively, with Shepard's and Mickey's at the bottom of the ladder. A fleet of 60 new automobile: painted in Washington State colors, green and gold, and bear- ing decals of the Seal of the State of Washington on their doors, will be used as complimentary host cars for visiling governors and dignitaries at the 45th An- nual Governors' Conference Aug- ust 2 to 6 in Seattle, according to T,,,, l.,. ,. ri..o-+.. IFOR RENT--Upstairs 2 bedroom: L att; tV ,lll Dil apartment, partly furnished -- .... I Refrigerator electric range. : BOYSENBERRIES .ge.tting ripe.]Close in. Phone Arlington 2845 uraer early, a. t~. rucKett. Ph. or Granite Falls 2853 3080, Marysville. !-- - ........... -- -- -- F---~~----~ ~ "~FOR SALE--Or will trade for Ford. Mileage 33,000 Seat coy.! era. Window washers, good tires, R. & H. 124 West Ave Phone 112, $800. FOR SALE--30.inch Hornet chain saw, good condition. Phone 256W4., t]AY BALING and combining Phone 596. good hay, baled, one 3-year-old heifer, large, open, excellent locker beef. John Lopasser, R. 2 Arlington, Phone 257J5. FOR SALE--4 6-weeks-old pigs Phone 255W5. FOR SALE--Airline radio-phono- graph console, excellent condi. tion; also baby car bed. Phone FOR SALE--Sour cherries. U pick, I FOR RENT---3-room or we pick. Ellis Buchanan, 6 in, furnished. Inc miles out on Darrington road. Leod. Technicolor Adventure American Legion Post or to Col- f pnel Fred M. Fuecker, 2rid floor, 1620 University Street, Seattle 1. TOES.-W'ED .... JULY 21-22 All contributions are tax-deduct- . . I ible. Big Double Bill 1 --" -- I A special appeal is made to al "80t'1 OF ALI BABA" civic, Fraterrial, Community Or- ............. fganizati~ns~ together with the ~m -xony ~;urrxs ,~ v~per ,-aurte churches, to become active in this .-. , I relief drive, with the view of "To --mus-- IHelp the Koreans to Help Them- "SXY FULL OF MOON" iselves" " O o. -o"s and Jan Sterling In Tuesday night's tussle. Pur- Leon Titus, Tacoma, Transpor- . 21F14. "nell had the edge in pitching, ration Chairrnan for the Confer- WORK WANTED by high school FOR SALE or trade 9 ear old walking only 1 Navy baiter and ence Committee. bov. Phone 272W2. saddle horse reasonaYle "In hitting one while Hamilton for Valued at 162 9 ----=--~ =-:----- -- ; ' ~ " " , " i $ , 08, the cars are Use Times classified ads --quire at Arlington Variety the Navy l~suedfihree,passesand] 1953 Fordor sedans, Fordomatic busy, effpetive salesmen. Store. nit Inree ior tree oases, uom equipped and were esoeciallv as- ~ pitchers allowed 7 hits. Hamil- sembled painted and unho[~tm, ~ .............. ~ ............ ~ ................ ' -- .r- ...... " :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ton struck out 10, while Purnell ed in Washington green at the ~~iih ~:.~-~ ~iii!!!!i:iii:i!iii!i!i!:~J lanned .7 , Ford Assembly Plant in Rich. " .'i!iii!i!i!iii!iii!!i!:i for the Navy Dvcus and Sim-I mond, California, according to J. /-'~i!~ ~~)i~.-..~ -'~::i:iiiii!ii:!!i!!ii~ //~~ ontaechi crossed the plate, while T. Cavnar, district manager ol $'~~'---'- /~~?-..~ '~i!iii!iii!iiiii!i~'-.'.'l /'-i:-i:!:'JW Shehton. ttusby, Lingle and Put'-] the Ford Division, Ford Motor[ ~~~ /~-:'.'..~ ~.'i!ii!!i:!:~'i!i!...~ ~"~-~!~' nell tallied for the winners. I .. Company. , ~d~~-i::.~ , 1~:!.'.:::::.~ ~:i:i:i:i~:'..'-i:..~t /'::-::::::::~' ((hoilel erea 1el r uecRer State ::::: O,~arabla:relh~sN~veTa ~mdaae b-YlAdjutant of The "American +~Le-~ State Patrolman under the dir- ~iik %~~~ii::~~'.':~ . ~, .:.,.. ,n:l ~Javls].,iol~ has been .mnoin,ed b6 ~ov ection of Chief. JamesA Pryde' ~ii{i!i{i{J~=============================== 1or marysvnle wnne ~lmontac- #" " ~'-' "- " " will be assi ned " , ' ":ii!!i!!!iii!:i!iiii ' el'nor Arthur B Lan-lle to lead g to.the Qo',ernors ~ ~_~ chi for the Navy clouted a three- ]lhe Wa~hin,~ton State" drive dur as drivers and officials aides dur- "":'""'" bagger In the error column the ~ *" ' ', " in " " ::::: ,.. ..... 7 .......... ling "Aid to Korea Week' July g then' stay in the state. In or-[~.." ....... "" , ~uy~[rt,[_~),_~,!m }reek mmiea on-/26.August 1 This drive 'organ- der that the patrolmen better as-I ~ ~'~4-~--[~~m'~ ~ .,~'~ ltL~~ ~:.~:: ..... *y re,e, wm,e two errors weretized by the American Korean sist the Governors ,selection hasl ~:~ .~ ~ //- JULY chalked up against Marysville. / Foundation is part of a "nation been made on the basis of a ,care-I .,.~.~; ~.,.~I~ ],',/~l~~:.:':~i: .... ~- t wide camoai~n to raise ~5 0anoa}~ ful study of each Governor s bi- .,,~1~NI~ t-,