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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TlfURSDAY, JULY 30, 1953. PAGE TttRF_ Class of 'i3 U. of W. i11 1 BY eumonaug. m -- m San!t.ariu.m, located Plans are going ahead full BILL QUAKE I!i , vffucn is support- sp, ec., for the reunion of the Class I| .ancl county iunfls, of 1913. University of Washing ........ J I ag toreports from ton. to be held next Saturday !~_ lrb'. I ! L~TTLZ LEAGUE STANDINGS !lrt it% / | [! .t.ne 5tare tmara o~ (August 1), according to Wm. H. nvans rltclles I " Won ast Pct GBLIUOn ~axer in II ,uo[ea]y De cioseu Horsley Seattle chairman. Hors- #-~ --.- I', Shenard's Serv 5 0" 1 000 ]~- . . .... I or so as an economy Icy was president of the Class of = [Mui;i ' ~ ..... 1 - t E~Nr~ ]l .... One Hit tiame ,. phy s I~eed .. 3 2 600 2 One hi ......... ~o. . v . Fowler Agency _. 2 3, .400 3 , Lnum was startedi Dinner will b,~ -t a ,~'clo-k n m ] Wes E ans chalked up Wm[Arli.c~to,~ r ~. p o ~ OOO ~ Don Baker lost Shepard s Serv. I and. it has an excel:] at the Edmond Meany Hotel, and!T~u~bs3r,,h~i)n l eagD~erP~aY loasetiLast Week's Results: ]Icetry for their third straight[] or..lrS treatmem oiI the group will go on to see the] hitter o~fer Arl]'n~,tonL'& t"SM~ur ] Murphy's 6, Arl. L & P 1 Ishutout last Tuesday, but the]] uauems. I performance of the Aqua Follies] oh,,s won the contest 6 to 1" Mike[ Shepard 2. Fowler 0 [fault couldn't be laid at his door.]] te to close the insti-I at the Green Lake Theatre I ~'~ ........ ~ ;,.~,~, ~.inn~] Shepard 6 Arl. L & P 1 [Baker held Arlington L & P to one Kahl, chairman ofI Thirteeners workin~ as "a com-I~,~'~""~_~,~",~'~,,~'"",~ ~,'~:[ Murphy 6,' Fowler 5 hit and whipped them 6 to 1, but ]l maintained that l mittee on arrangements include'l ............ INext Week s Schedule" ilost his shutout m the fifthll L" " spouea tne snutou[ ana no nl[ter. ltarlu~n at Seattle ]Seattle Mary Frances Ake Jane[w .... h h,a ~,,l~,~,~ .... f rh~,~[Monday Aug. 3---Arl L & P Iframe Darryt Jensen op~ned the[I he patients nowlH Berge Frank H Bailey George .......... , .... 5 ~. ........ I vs. Murphy [inning with a single off of the~l ercrest for approx-|co__Lellv Mr_.~ Wm. H. H_rsn lev]-.--~ .... A ....... .,'" ...... ~ Tuesday, Aug. 4---Shepard ]shortstops .glove. Jensen then }00 a year, whereas[ (Lucille Thomnson) n e l e ~. "~ ....................... | vs Fowler stole second and cruised to third[] )0ais spent annuallY[Steeele Mullins ~vIrs C E Hughes[mLar~3~l'vhiU[~imngtof~ith:~13n~b~'[ Wednesday, Aug 5--Arl L &P [on a passed ball Two strikeouts[] ~S_share of the bur:[Edward Taylor (V'illie Sehuma.[nneSga~lars~ g?v~ehUtPs ~nen~ats~s[ Thursday,. Aug. 6---Murphy [bled between the mound and/~ pos-t Aldercrest. I (Lottie Trenholme) "Mr and Mrs , . . "[ vs Shepard later a little ground ball drib- This is your last chance folks! Our big clearance crating Ataercrest ker) and Harold H Waller; El-' s , vs fowler zrirst tne secona oaseman went~m -'.-._ _,_ _, ,-, . ~ -- ~ .! .... ~ . i of a mill or $34,820 lensburg Victor J Bouillon; Port-[dg3u%~es Ay ~peir LOftyaln~SAa~d/ " 9 o [~v~.~' tLcover first, the throw by|l 1Lively enos amraay, Au, g. ls . we nave maae Iur- land Mrs L H "Gregory (Kate~ Ill / r | ! -er as in time, but the in-[] ther reductions in order -o move this merchandise le opposition has de-[Dallam) iVir." and Mrs. Charles]Kempf eounted three runs inthelmurpny s r lge ]fielder wasn t on the bag. It was[] now I e county to the pro-[McKinle~ (Nellie Higgins); Ta-[nrs[ .irame, a aoume play, ~)yK[g~_ ! 9 t~ ,' I" [the second straight game by L &[1 " u~lation with Fir'tcoma, Edgar J. Murnen S~okane [~nse~man}.o runK.y rarmenner[rOWler $ 0 [O ~ /P in which they collected but a|l it from the resi-~Mrs R R Morrison "(Zelma[nnajLy enmng me.tuning, lwo[ ........ [single blow, and the second]1 ~nohomish district " " " WalKS ana a pair o~ errors count- t'lavlng Demre a large crowo Reeves)" Vancouver Geor e W . straight 6 to 1 hckmg suffered )art of the county'S[Hutton;'Bellingham,'Georgge Hip. led^two more~ln theseeond-with[[a3~Tues?aYen~gnht,DM:[phy Feed[by them. Baker struck out four-/I [ g Id w I I I Y i e g a ~ 1 on wno,,..... ~.,~ ,.,,~, ~,~,,~ ~=u.,,.,,~ ,. .,~[ ,, ~" ~ "" "'~[teen and wall~a h,,t nn,~ i. w~.,I , m~m ~ 1 "1 "! .eonomy. [ A, .... , ..... ~.~n ~...~U .... ]third on a walk and Kempf s[league standings with a 6 Lo 5[ning his third straight I1 ] lm W ~ ~,tO # ad hie a~i~tant Dr I ~'-,-,,. '~-= ............ = -~o'lsingm. ~empI paced me winners|vermct over rowmr Agency Tim/ ...... - :. - II I D~earin~,~'l~efore a lervations for the reunion evening[attack with his two hits. [Simontacchi counted the winningly, l)enny riomal, working ms~] [ aW~sLWe still have a good selection of 100% virgin wool ,uit~ ..............'~,~,,,~t~ ~ ..... ~ ~,,,.,,, ....... l at the University Alumni Associ.I ,v~ ......... s ...................... o~I,~d i,, ~,,o/run in the last inning to give the[onrSc gamey of the season, struck]l ] ~_~u~ ttio,__~-~l,-md tol~S--Al~ aeveral summer weight ah~r art_ r-- ........."/atlon office Mel 0630 I ............................ /Feedmen the game Ei~ht-vear-~ ut .e!e en and walked three [ se~le~'rtai::flOeO?jii~t~ ~h~l~ .... ..... ....... S~.~lt~~ ~IIOWlllg Llli:tt; ' IJ.lJ.LI[ UI21~:tU~:~ OJ. ~ tlllll IIIIIIL, tll~l o ~ iHoia v :-'-" '-+'* sis 1,,-a *,~ tho -tare[ ~ |~t .... ~ ,~,u ,,~ ,h .......]old Tim opened the frame with a/ .... a~ go. v .up ~gnt p~t~, uuL, ii ........... , ................................. and w n -tglooons pinking up a single ana'- , and that Firlandsll~] ..... : ........ [sohd single e t to second] ......... {1 ~a....... II T....-...~.-. ~.. ~..II onurt ~uoze ~ n r~/...o ur,~.,,,.o .~Vvans ,.nast,~,. v.,."~a .--~vlntn|flOUOle' ano ~on. ~aKer ana uaryl| ~n 1,_ooo be as, oz[i VIC".I'O~IA ]|Murphy .............. 321 00 6 5 0 [center field The throw -,~* owa,,[wellman a pmr of one-basers all I I _ ~ --,- uouc ~aO are m use Arl L & P 010 00 1 1 3 -~ s,,~ .* a ' " n ............ r is " In three tops to the plate Glb- tients mi~,ht o cu../I Mrs.-Lynn -Danielson,I] ....................... [and Tlmmy c u ed into th,rd,[!~ ..... ". I] i $ flu unuse'd ~'beds and[I correspondent. ][ ....~,,,2~ . f..u.~ ...... ~?"Iwhere another wild throw al-l9ns single, a walk to LarrY lI I ~ --~I ainor increases in[N~ San [son ana ~anas~rom, varmenner[lowed him to score. For Evans it[BJrn, Don BaKers double anqlI I ~' d Mr Ra hel t~ oromer ~ons single coun~ea Lnitorium, theystat-| Mr. an s. ymond S.c "[ o------------ [was win number six as he al-[.~ ......... II I ~L.I~ are na arems o~ a son oorn tnree runs in me nrsr mnmg ~~" / PPY P /,~ ,,,, , .... NoTed,the losers but three hits.[~ ....... :ll I -- "~" l~*arnhor~ nnrriorl/Thursday, July 23, at Mr. Vernon l~ Kmlr--~. I-hs~.l~ ]Evans own wildness kept him in[~lngles Dy t~on lxosenoaen anal1 -'" ~" ...... Rowle hos ltal he bab a~aa a~a~,a~auaao Wellman wrapped around a Put~t'o"t'llem b- in-] Y p" . T y] [trouble, Wes walking nine and[' , , . ]1 ns onnn~in, t~ ac /weighed 9 pounds 8 ounces and[~]~,$~,b ~=,~ ~u],~.9o[hitting one balking in a run, but]walk and a fielder s ehmee add-[1 lg th~a~t"th'e~'legisla-|is named Roger Dean. Mr. and|~aauLuuL ~av~;l a~wa~;a OIstriking out ten to wriggle out of[eq_anther counter inthe third:/] the board to econo-HErs'~ V'. ~wanson accompanlea [ Ron Baker, the catching.half of [trouble in most cases. ! ~a~(OwnSo 5o~Te an%a pas?~? [/I ..... -.. I I er possible. Suchi~ar. ~cne~ ma~ur.~ay co me nosp~-[the Baker brothers battery, tookl Fowler's opened the scoring in I.., L. :"]|l I I1Vl Illl I i Trr best be made, they [tal. to see^t.ne~r gran.~son. ~r.[to the mound last Monday night, lthe opening frame when Dougl~e~'.~' ~"~..'~'/~,.~n~'~.'..~'~','..~.~,~'[~ I1 I I1 I] I I Ill I I I I~ P lag" small samtor-[an~a" Mrs. unver ~cne~ are melhurhng a neat four hit shutout]Hall walked and counted as Vir-[**.^.,= ...................... : ""]l I II 1 hgll [ I I l_L. leentrating the re-lPa~ernm granaparems. - . [over Fowler Agency. It was theIgil Frey lined a two out double to] ....... |I I I I - ---- epatients in a few[.. Sunaay guests at.the ~ete[seeond straight blank!ng by]right. Frey counted on a wild],~,~nr~,scre: ...... ~ ~ ~|l I t~l I][~ ] [ ~IIIII~MPA 18 whioh nro fully/bnar[emo nome were viaole tml3lManager Vance Holland s Shew [thrnw fn the nlate Evan~ walkod [~nepara .............. 6ui ~lu b ~ // I I Ill~ I I ' l-II~IU I i" Oil ............... forms of care." of Buekley and Mr. and Mrs. ard's. .Service nine, Don Gibbon's and ............. counted as ........ Glen Law--ty Arl ........... L & P 000 010 1 1. 1 or Selmer Ausenhus of Mr. Vernon twlrhn a three hitter over Mur tan D Baker and R Baker Holdal #llInI# ecommendations/ [ , g " " -liingledtorigh d theoutfield-[ II I OLIrO I I o nmia f Aldercrest build-[4-Hers Enjoy Camp IPhY s last week. Baker struck outIer allowed the ball to roll to the[and D. Jensen. " " [I I ,,~. ................. I I ............ w w , o-------------- ~v~en s Iamous Dr~ml ipment, which be-] The boys from this 4-H group]nine and walked t o, aHo ing[wall. In the third Murphy s[_. "- "~ " [| [ ~7~-~'~"n"~"~-" ] I ~h~P~ Z~Lu~lvD:i~a~o Unty ]who enjoyed the county outing]but two runners to get as far as]scored four runs without the aidt~.,~----$,~-,-~..R,~l-,~-, I1 I LL~-_--L_T_'__,_-,,_"_'' I I .~"'~ ~ ~*-r ~** ~,HeU|l~.~.lH uanc. ,arge ted ihat the countylfrom Thursday to Sunday at thels~cond base. Virgil Frey, theIof a hit as Art Lindell bumped[ II I ,.vw, ,rag,no ,me. I I large. ~might keep Alder-14-H camp at Cranberry Lake]league's leading hitter, collected]into a wild streak after two were]I-- l[___ I[~_*~_L2.__ [__J [I I .... I if they wish He]near Deception Pass were Jerryitwo for three, and Ken Sather,[out An error which should have[lI1 ,.oop rltcn,ng ,.eau I! J flu [ [ t fin Pone action until alSchei, Larry Kappell Jimmy] he other half of Fowler's one-[retired the side netted the win-| ........... [I l + ~IUU I l ,I~ I.IIH ' two unch had two for two wKn Do(n nurlers snowing a 6 ,r ---- ned from the state|Parrlsh, Chfford Larson, Roger[ p , Iners two runs, but then threeland 0 record the -itching, leadl] I - I I "I--- ral 9n the eontem-land Wayne Brandstrom. Inci-[ Meanwhile little Artie Lindell,[walks and a hit batter gave the[for Arlin,,to-'s Littlg Lea~,~e wasll l nd until the coun-ldentally, we think the signs at|ten-year-old hurler for the In-lFeedmen two more and a 5 to 21+" ~ tw~ wa,, t+o wta,- m,mo, |1 ~:rs can obtain.a [the. gate of 4-H members homes [suraneemen, los] a heartbreaker:[lead. Ken Sather retired theside [tacehio"f~M"ur~pl~y-'Fe'ed'and"i:)o'n[| -pie on ~nelr wll.[are nice. [Linaell gave up eigM nits, all[wi[nou[ ~ur[ner oamage, eouri~p,,, ,,~ h,~,~,,~ ~,~,,,~,,o h,,t~,]m ~Y sufficient addi-[ Mrs. Inga Johnson and daugh.[but two I~eing o{the scratchy va-[walks and two errors plus Evans'|~'~'~'r'~'ia~,t~o"~:.'~n~'-~g~'[| I IW l~ m~ all ~ l ~=~ m m m ) Support the insti-[ter Helen of Seattle spent the[riety, struck out ten and walked]balk, gave fowler's three runs inJa~s-of'~ur~l~'L,s~is~e w'innin.~']l I V I U I1~ I P [ ~" r +unty affair. This ', week-end at the Almer Larsonlthree, giving up one earned run.[the fourth, all coming without a|est nitoh-r ~i~h ~i~ win~ a-a a l/ I II R U Ii ILql r ~ 41~ I IP , ....... ~" ................ " I~ I~ e that closure maylhome. On Saturday evening Mrs.IShepard s collected a gift tally mlhlt, tmmg the count at 5 all. Sl- |so lend~ in ~trlkonut~ with ~ll I ~ 1 ~ ~ V I ~ ~'~ I I a.~Year or more.[ Larson and her guests called at [the first frame on three infield[montacehi's w ! n n i n g . dash ]104 in4"8 an'el ~A-innings. A"rt"/,in':|| [ "ABC" m~eria~ in b~U~t~L mm~h,, w..,o ...... +~'+---- Ithe Lynn Danielson home. Mrs.[hits, Gibbons counting on a two-haround the SACKS has alreaaYld~l! whn ~ h,~,~- h,,rli-,, r~rh. II I ~o,.,. .,~,~s,us m ~au,,~s, axmsw, waste pique, =~u- ~'~. ]Johns(m called on Mrs. Swanson]out error. Dick Sass led off the]been told. {er'weli'of"late+ h'as alio- eJ'62[/I lar pique and mony other fabrics that ore usually 69