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PAGE TEN TIIE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASIIINGTON, TtIURSDAY, JULY "'" _,,, 1953. % Second Half Phy Under Way Brand new 3-Pc. Suit--Vanity,/LOST--Hull and pair of paddles] FOR SALE--Sour cherries• U Pickl MILLWOOD,alder to a rubber "fold boat" near r w i 1" ha " " ' cabinet bed and chest -- z~ ;cLil ........ / o e p ck. E1 is Buc nan, 6t kiln driedshavl BY " quality--latest modern style-- lcoln orlage, l~ewara, l~oyatl.. " ~" rrin ton R ad[ ........ 2 $109.95 complete. Henry Mur- Hotel Arlington, Wash. Phone miles out on ua g ,o , dust• rnone z~w. 1 Ilm B[Lt QUAKE ray, Arlington. 2833. ' Phone 301W4. ----------------~_., __ ...... FTENTION WORKII~ FREE ORCHIDS--Friday and Sat- Norge Electric Range--Late mod- HELP WANTED -- Housekeeper,] buy your work sh~ ..... urday--this week. We have one el--excellent condition--J89.50 companion for woman alone, save uurlng our ju .OO~----= ,o::- for you! -- Henry Murray, Ar-complete. Henry Murray, Ar-1 to live in. See Mrs. Trayler, I at ,. lington, lington. West Third street HAMMER I Little League FIRST HALF STANDINGS tFinal) FOR SALE--9x12 blue rug and Murphy Feed, first half cham- Won Lost Pet• GBL pad $12•50; blond walnut piG•s, opened the second half in Murphy Feed __ 93 .750 ..double bed $10; fireplace fine style, trouncing the L & P Shepard Service 66 .500 3 screen $3. Call at Third and nine 18 to 3. Wes Evans hurled Fowler Agency 5 7 .417 4 Dunham or phone 1584. hitless ball the first two innings Arlington L & P 4 8 333 5 ,-~~~ ~..~ r. ..... WA~Eu--~ lm tslacKoerrles 6uc wnne ~len Lawty gave up out ----- - . .......... ' two hits in going the rest of theSECOND HALF STANDINGS to. tlu~er & ~on, Arlington._ way. ' V, on Lost Pet. GBL FOR SALE -- '42 G.M.C. White ASb-°rtsc°re:rl. L& f' 000"210 aRzH8E Shepard Service 3 0 1.000 .. Coach bus, seating 27 adults, • , .......... Fowler Agency 2 1 .66T 1" good shape. Price $1395. Henry Murphy s ....2(10}4 20x 18 11 3 Murphy Feed _. 1 2 .333 2 W. Johnson, R. 4, Arlington. M Larson S~nteford (2~ anc~ A,lln • " " ~ , ~ " " gton L & P 0 3 .000 3 Located east of highway 99 on D. Jensen. Ev}ms, .G. Lawty (.3} Last Week's Results: road just south of Cedar Inn. aria -t. ~lmomaccm. Murphy's 18, Arl. L & P 3 2rid house on left. ~, -- Sl~epard's 12 Fowler's 1 ~-- Shepard's 12, Fowler's 1 ~honnrd'~ ~ 'Arl I. Y,, P a FOR SALE--V, ork horse and har- -''~ ................. r e~tland R Takin~ advantage of Hob Gib- Fowler's 6, Murphy's 3 ness--$3.~.00. F e d W~. , ,. , - ~ " ,- . , " 5 1"/', miles south oI ~agecomo bons hve h,t hurhng, Shepard s Fowler s 12, Arl. L & P 5 , - . . , ~. Service opened their second half Shepard's 8, Murphy's 0 on. old Arhngton ttlgnway, 1 ,'-, schedule with a 12 to 1 verdict Next Week's Schedule: mlie~ east, end: oI roaR. over Fowler Agency. Gibbons July 27. Mon.--Shcpards vs. ~S.~U--~I struck out 13 and also led both Arl. L & P ~11~'9 ....... clubs in hitting with a double,' July 28, Tues.--Fowler vs. ----" "" -- ...... I M, ITI1 HAWIII IN ITS FLXVOR tWO singles and a walk. Richard Murphy RED CURRANTS FOR JELLY, 20c LA LANI. THE JU CE ' , . ' : • Sass singled safely three tirrlesi July 29. Wed.,--Fowler vs. lb• or 6 lbs. for $1.00 Bring con- [[~ |~l= ~l~i~l ~m I1 |l~lr .^ ,," ior the winners: " i Arl. L & P tainer. Philip Pearson, south IIMl, IllIJl l Ik lllll Ik . 4~-uz, ~hShortds:ore: 420105RH E July30, Thurs.--Shepard :; end of McLeod on County Road. | ||~|.~]||l .i- lUILi'L • • . . c-- FOR b p ' .......... : I vs. t,~urpny ....... Small size. Fowler s ............ 000 010 1 5 2 o~ FOR SALE--Jersey bull yearling, SCOTCR TREAT FROZEN. ADD WATER FOR BREAKFAST JUICE• summer picnics. Gibbons and R• Baker. Frey and] PITCHING RECORD price $80. Phone 187J1. ~l~k II &l~lP II lll~r ~ ; Hall I Wu Lst SO W Ave 60z • • . . " " • I , heat andwater. Ca11201. UKAHSt JUISt - • • • 6 FOR F• Simontacchi 3 0 18 20 1.000 ~ • Cans SH~PARD S EKE OUT D. BaKer ............ 2 0 31 7 1.000 --~ WIN OVER L & P [Evans .................. 4 2 82 37 .667 FOR SALE--Portable all steel RED TA6. PEAR HALVES FOR SALADS AND DESSERTS. Successive doubles by Richard Frey .................... 4 2 58 17 .667 welded American sawmill--175 I~ • I~allai lmaM~aFl~llm • I~ IP ~ ~ Sass and Don Baker in fifth inn-[Gibbons ............ 4 3 82 10 .571 h•p. motor, 10x12 Newman URU/I LIt ItJL#ll$l: 20-ok I~ GOLD C }g ing with two out counted the[G. Lawty ............ 3 3 65 41 .500 Matcher with blower, 105 h.p. I~ll[~|lll-// [I I~ii[la| Cans FOR winning run as Shepard Service]R. Rosenbach .... 2 222 18 .500 motor. Phone Port Townsend l~lnilum=mnnn Ill• Ill~lIF • • • • Jalnl$ won a 5 to 4 decision over Arling-lSather ................ 2 2 20 15 .500 962R1 or write O. D. Robbins, RANCHO. IDEAL FOR sour. SAUCE OR INGREDIENTS. ton L. & P. Darryl Jensen struck]M. Larson ......... 1 1 21 15 .500 Chimaeum Wash. m~AmimWA AAnnnlt. ~ Alaska chum. I~ out. eleven and giver uPi but firstfive[R"Baker/ : ........... 1 1 15 4.500 nmmualnu_ .................... vnnm 101/2"Oz" II FOR loaves and ca-’ ~ hits but three erro s n the D Je en 1 2 45 8 333 • • " netted ards' a fur " -rbs ......... 26 .286 two puppies. Howard Peterson, nom iu 0UUF • • • • • Cans Ill# t mnlngl Shep o iSanteford. .......... 2 5 46 ........ R d Ph^-'v,,c 16-0z. i' run bu ge. l Llndelt .............. 1 4 41 51 .200~ DENNISON'S, MADE FROM RED-RIPE TOMATOES. \ / Short score: • R H E[Parmentier ..... :._ 03 8 18 .000DANCE at the t:eaar Stump lav. m--,..~. A m~AmmalL ' ml Calls Arl. L & P ........ 021 001 4 8 41 . ern Friday and Saturday to a ['Rllp~ 14-Oz / ~~! Shepard's .......... 400 01x 5 8 41 .300 HITTERS 3-piece orchestra. Tnmn_| I_U/lllIP" - " FOR ~ ~ D." Jensen and M. Larson. D.[ AB H RRBIAve. rlllUU/ . • m • m ,omes Ba ................................ , NIP "N ~ ~ Baker, R. Baker,4) andR. -D Baker, 46261322 565 ' uunu ,,o,~ gF~ - ~"-- "4" ' I_" .......... , ...... "~.. Phone after 5.30 p.m. 247J4. WESTFAIR. WONDERFUL FOR COOL SUMMER DRI S. ger, Lanoons t ~. ~'rey ~b zo , l~ ODD .......... [C .................. 2 2 14 "513 Walter Best. -- .......... DO ---------- Abbons ............ 39 0 5 . FOWLER~S DOWN ]Evans .............. 49 23 21 27 •4695 Cu. Ft. Genuine Frigidaire -- FOR MURPlq~ S 6 TO 3 ID. Jensen .......... 49 22 17 21.449 Very good ,condition -- $69.5C MArl/l- $tPlUl= • • • • • , Bottles For healthier tIl! Ten-year-old Art Lindell hurled/R. Baker ............ 49 20 19 20 .408 complete--terms. Itenry Mur- pier pets. ~, ra Arhn ton SNOW STAR CHOCOLATE VANILLA OR STRAWBERRY the finest Game of his career in[sather 42 17 15 8 .395 Y, " g • i ' ' " downingthe first halfchampions[R. Rosenb-ach:: 38 15 10 15 .395 ~r ~l~r~ll 9 151/2"0Z" / 6 to 3. Lindell struck out elevenlG. Lawty _i ........ 54 20 13 16 .370 fect condition--all steel cabin-I I~ lll@ll= lll~l ] FOR I Ca.• lit / while holding Murphy s to five{M. Larson .... 30 11 14 8 ,367 ot .~pq~n .... lot~ FI..... I ~l_ unl.nnn • • m • • • Quart hits. The winners collected but[Kempf ...... iiii .... 54 19 22 13.352 ~i,,r"~-~--'~r~i~t~'~ ............ I .... - ........... U ======2U==lm two hits but cashed in on fou IT. Simontacehi 43 14 8 10 326~----~J :( HEINZ. PLUMP BEANS WITH PORK. errors and five bases on balls toI'Huff ................. 32 10 10 5 .313Ser el Kerosene Refr'ger o --I [ i 16-Oz. i count their six l~ans., !F. Simontacchi 52 16 257 .308 perfect condition--J139.50 com-, I~"~ ~' ~nJ~~t ' PORK AND BEANS • • • cans Shorl,[score: R H Ei -'----------o plete. Henry Murray, Arlington.! [[L; .... _- __ - , - 1 [ WALLA WALLA. SWEET AND TENDER. Murphy s 000 030 3 5 4 GIBBONS SHUTS OUT ~ , I~' I~_I_ ..... J Ill_..--,--..'...-- ~'~ I 17"O1. I .......... ~ ,. .~ ~rana new lua6 lVlOUel Lauson! I~ , II~l~innn ~ru~rin~ "1 I Fowlefs 003 30x o z ~* MURPHY S 8 TO 0 G ~wtv-l~ans (4) and T Si .... ':' ......... Outboard Motor--fully guaran-I~ UUI~'~U "'U' ~U, 11,~ ~ , FANCY PEAS ..... ~s , .... • "t boo umtmns nurieo Ine nrst teed--J15300 comnlete Henry I1~11 -- _ ~. !l I montacehi. Lindell and Frey. ;hutont of the season last Tues- Murray Arlin~,ton~. " I[l[~you.... o,,ho o.o r v #ln 1 I GARNET. MEDIUM SIZE. FINE FOR SLICING. ' 10av night with a three-hit per- ~ I~ ~~ ~o:t T1. I~[~ I I 16-Oz. FO~tLEWS WALLOP formance over Murphy Feed Gib- Congoleum l~ugs--[.atest Styles-- l~i~ ............ ,.o. ,,, , , WHOLE BEETS • . . . . Cans ' L. & ~. 12 TO 5 [boris struck out fifteen" and new stock. Henry Murray, Ar- II~ ano ires•. ~v | I Paced by the hitting of Ken[walked but two Don Baker lington. • ~ l e~'"~~,~,,r~,.;_--~,( ! batner, Amert r~uIt ana. v rgnlclimbed into a tie for league Youngstown Sink -- 54' wide -- 15IEEY'~.'~RICH IS FLAVOR AND VITAMINS. Frey, Fowler Agency elimoea In. batting lead with three straightbrand new--complete with fix- ,,,,.,~.,. ~,~,~ ** ~•l,~w~ 1]1/,, OZ "~ a /,a~.~ tose