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PAGE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASttINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 6, 1953. ChP Arl .gt.. ChnP. li ,y IT THE HALLER CITY TIMES 1BI BILL QUAKE yol. LXVI. Thursday, August 6, 19o3. No. 151[ ~as~ription Price $2.50 Per Year; $3.00 per Year outside Snoho-[ n ~ ,n. t, ..................... ,." .... ., ~l~h_ County.. . Issued every Thursday. Published at Arlington,[i & r Wallop [2"'" ,,,,~o, ...... . httle League In ~4LsJlin~'[em ov I [ w.L. I"cL LiDi O I:J ".*" o, .7 ~ , . THE ARLINGTON PRINTING CO. I~,,~.~k,, o '~ i-~ ~ J Shepard s Service .... 7 0 1,000 I-i . ~ . J. C. CARPENTER -- FRANK MARSH [tvau|~any o ~u tu v Murphy's Feed .......... 3 4 .429 4 oumy lournamen[ ~, C. CARPENTER ......... Editor & Mgr [ Unleashing a sixteen-hit at- Fowler's Agcy .......... 2 4 .333 4~ IgnOred as 2nd Class matter, in the Post Office at Arlington, Wash.] ~ack on a pair of hurlers Arling- Arlington L&P .......... 1 5 .167 5~A One team from Arlington will ~agton, under the act of March 3, 1879. [ ton L & P hit the win' column iLast Week's Results represent Arlington Little League I ] for th'e first time in the second Shepard 7, Murphy 2. in a county-wide playoff in Ev-I I " ~ I[ 1all with a 20 to 6 decision over Arl. L. & P..Fowler, postponed~ erett, Wed., Aug. 19. Either Shep- I ~ ~ T /T? ~ ~ T A T ]]Murphy Feed first half winners Arl. L. & P., 20, Murphy 6. ard's Service,or Murphy Feed will I ~,' I ) I "/ '( ~ U~ I ,Li I II rhe win cut L: & P.'s losing streak Shepard 9, Fowler 5. enter thesingle elimination tour- I ~ ~ J. .J. ~ .L ~ .,t.~ .L.L_~ Ilat five straight Next Week's Schedule namenL ream [o go win. oe (]e- l II ,~ Y -; - Friday Aug 7, Murnhv vs. cided this Friday, Aug. 7, when [ ~lx runs m tne opening irame Shenard' ~'" " ~ their game, originally scheduled on i1ve nl[s gave [ne winners a"- " TRUCE IN "Hot" War; Gains in "Cold War" lead they .never gave up_ Flax vsyLnwd~y'. Aug. 10, Arl. L. & P. f~ryT~l.e~ia~e?o~g.h2~a~llwbl~ ~lmomaccnl were down ~o ms " " v The sh( otmg war has aI)parently ended m Korea, at flr~t d~f~t nf tb~ e.on~nn rlvincx Tuesday, Aug. 11, Fowler vs. play Maryswlle at 6 p. m. in E - ................ -': .... " ~"-'"~' Arl L & P erett on Wednesday Aug. 19. The least there ~s a truce, and Uncle Samuel, who has 'been so up eleven runs, eight hits, and :'- "; - " ........ ameswill be --la-*e~l at Ba-shaw ht w ' - wen, ,~ug~z, ~vmrpny vs. ~r~. ~ ~,~ " o- elg alks in the four innings i ld free w th the blood of lns young, men, and Ins money, that h,~ w,,rked ~"--'~'--- ~ .... L. & P. f e . . " ~ " ~"'~'"" ~'~"~" r r m -finds hinlself in a pecuhar position, hated 'by the corn- ford went the distance for the Thursday, Aug. 13, Fowler vs. Other teams entered a e f o winners, although being tagged Shepard. Marysville, Edmonds, Lake Stev. ens, Snoharnish. Monroe, and four munists, distrusted by the South Koreans, and warned by for ten hits, to rack up win num- perfect three for three nights at teams from Everett's Little his allies that they are about Lo start a move to get Corn- ber three. Gibbons Hurls Three-Hit Win Don Gibbons chalked up win number five last week with a 3- hit, fourteen strikeout effort against Murphy Feed. Gibbons gave up but one walk and no earned runs as his team-mates picked up their sixth straight win with a seven-hit attack against Glen Lawty. Murphy's drew first blood, counting twice in the opening frame on Flex Simontacchi's hit, a fielder's choice, and an error. margin over Fowler Agency. Bak- er struck out thirteen, but walk- ed eight in winning his fourth straight game of the season, Don Gibbons opened the scor- ing in the opening inning as he hit Virgil Frey's first pitch over the left field wall. Richard Sass' double and a single by Ron Bak- er counted the second run of the frame. Shepard's continued their batting spree to wind up with fourteen hits, six of ~vhich went for extra bases. Sass, Gibbons and mmaist China into the United Nations. Stirred by an active press, radio and TV, with thou- sands of "specialists" guessing at the future and pre- dicting what will happen, the American citizenry and Omsequently their government, anxious to help every- body do the "right thing" as we see what is "right," rush in to help, only to get our fingers burned. We believe that communism, as it is being demon- strated by Russia and China, is so unsound as a theory of government that it can be used to destroy itself, if the civilized world will use the knowledge at its disposal. Russia has apparently licked us at every turn in the cold war, until the simple matter of sending food to her starving sattelite, East Germany, suddenly threw them into a panic This action is the best kind of propaganda--it is di- rect and cannot: be misunderstood. We can spend millions attempting to ape tho com- munist use of radio broadcasts, which at once are recog- nized as propaganda measures--But food, that's some- thing easily understood by hungry people. It at once demonstrates our desire to be friendly and ex)-operative; it demonstrates capitalism's ability to pro- duce under a free economic system. By her actions in the United Nations, refusal to co- )perate, constant "Nyet" or use of the veto, Russia has demonstrated openly the i npossible communist theory As to Britain's and India's present attitude in advo- cating China's entry into the United Nations, maybe we had better not get too excited. We believe the commun- fats, now released from their military effort in Korea, may start making things interesting for these folk before very long, in Burma, Malaya, and India. We trust Ameri- can fingers will not be the ones burned in taking some- one else's chestnuts out of this fire. Denny Hoidal and Mike Larson with three hits apiece paced the winners to their win. Larson trip- led, doubled, singled, scored four runs, and batted in three. Hoidal had a double in his three hits. Larry Sandstrom, Gary Waugh. Santeford and Ft. Melhart had two hits apiece for the winners. Glen Lawty and Mike Bloom had the plate for Murphy'S_.R Short score: H.E. Arl. L. & P ........... 600 545 20 16 4 Murphy .............. 400 011 6 7 Santeford and D. Jensen. . Si- montacchi, Kaustrom (5) and T. Simontacchi. o ~ELL IT--If you he, re any artlcl~ of furniture, no[ in use, try Times classified ad League. O Shepard's Wm Seventh Straight Taking advantage of Don Bak- er's two-hit hurling, Vance Hol- land's Shepard Service won their seventh straight game by a 9 to 5 Ron Baker picked up three hits apiece and Gary Wellman a pair for the winners. Henry Gibson and Gary Pederson garnered the only safe blows for Fowlers. Short Score: R.H.E. Shepard's ............ 202' 410 9 14 4 Fowler's ................ 101 120 5 2 6 D. Baker and R. Baker. Prey and Gibson. GEMS OF OP] 'Oil Take all the s' the hours.--Shakes: We own no past, possess only now. now is carelessly lost: or in acting, it come again.--Mary Baker 1 Great opportunitie all, but many do not have met them. The ation to take advanta is simple fidelity tc day brings.-~-A. ,E. l Opportunity is ra man will never let --Bayard Taylor. a pair in their half as Gibbons walked ond. Larry Bjom across, later Baker's hit. A single fourth broke the nie Brownlow sin counted on a A four-run rally in turing hits by Gibbons, iced the Flax Simontacchi three of his ing three solid sin bona. Short score Shepard .............. 200 Murphy ................ 200 Gibbons and R. Iy and Evans. ' oeooeeeeBeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeOOOOOeeeeeOOOOOOOOO Pabst-ell American Cheese Food -Lb. Loaf Shortening -Lb. Can 50 Books to a Carton Carton Special Deal at ]une's Full Without Glocoater 1/3 Gal. Danny Boy Broken -Oz. Can Blue Lb. Bonnet .BURN HILL !]1953 Hunting 1. By Stella Parsons ] Pamphlets Available Giant Package ............ Seattle---Approximately 300,000I~" -- Panama and Mrs Vernon Preston hunting pamphlets were mailedl~ Standby Chunk and son Craig of Toledo came Thursday for an overnight visit with his parents, the Cecil Pres- tgns. Clarita had recently re- amed from a trip to Panama, where she and Craig visited her ~[olks. She brought Laura a beau, iful carved small chest. Fishing .. Sunday there was good fishing and poor fishing for the Amund- ~ons. While Lloyd a~d~his cousin, Melvin Christianson, caught but [me trout in King Lake, Finn and Joyee's brother - in - law, Gene t~ckstrom, and her father, Mr. Anderson, had better luck in the Sound. Mr. Anderson hooked a iifteen pound salmon and the others got six Rock Cod. Seafair Parade " Friday, Mrs. J. W. Johnson took oil by herself for Seattle by bus to attend an meeting of ~he Fryers Council of Western V4ashington Co-pp. Fortunately ~m" unfortunately Goldie w a s elected vice-president of the as- soeiation. Since the meeting was ~ot over in time for her to make bus connections at Everett she stayed overnight, taking in a show that evening. The next day, happening to be the date of the Seafair parade, she decided to view that--at ten o'clock. As this one was considered one of the best Seattle has put on and was eally outstanding, Goldie was glad of the chance to enjoy it. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Almli, last Sunday we~t to their son Oscar's home near Lake McMurray to celebrate his wife's birthday. A number of relatives were there and they all enjoyed a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Preston at- tended the wedding of their niece, Miss Jeanette Watkins of Mukilteo, Saturday morning. She was married to Mr. Harold Su- chon of Everett in St. John's C~ureh at Mukilteo. The couple left for California for a two weeks' honeymoon trip. The C. Prestons, also Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Watkins and their two boys, Rodney and Bruce, vis- ited Dub and Naomi Preston Sun- day evening. Stanley is the Pres-, Ion's nephew and he and his family are from Port Angeles.i They came to attend the wed-i ding of his sister, Jeannette Wat-] ki.s. i Sunday, the John Amundsons had as guests Mrs. John Foster, I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Christian-! ~on, Muryl and family, all of Ev- e"ett, Lloyd and family of Lake City, Irene and family of Fort- rnn, and Finn and family of ~Iarysville. In the evening Mr. and Mrs., John Amundson left v.'th the Ed Barnetts for their I~ome in Everett. A birthday din- ~er was enjoyed for Ed's mother legal descriptions of area[O and boundaries are provided, so that[~ ~. hunters may become familiar]~ with their chosen hunting areas before going_afield. [~ , Mrs. Mac Barnett. The next day l Ed and Muryl and son Casey left ~ for a two weeks' trip to Califor- Ferg's Chicken and Borene, with the borax base. MANNINGS RICH FLA VORED Lb. Can CENTENNIAL'S SILK SIFTED 1.98 50 [ PREPARED PANCAKE FLOUR 10"s~" 1.15 4"~- * Sk. Durkee's Long Thread -Oz: Pkg. ONIONS l l i l ,6 ~ 25c U. S. NO. Is POTATOES , , , , 10~25 Park Lane Whole CHICK .. Be sure you're registered. JACKPOT WINNE! HELEN 256 Haller ~ ArllngtO~ Kulshan 3-Sieve ~D~03 PEAS, new crop .... 2 35 Kulshan Cream CORN ............. 2 No. ~o~ 35c C~s M CP 7~~ 17c LEMON JUICE .... z can Standby .. 4s.o,. 29e GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Can HiC -Oz. GRAPEDRINK .... 46 c.~ 27e Hillsdale Half Slice .2 N~,,/, 55c PINEAPPLE .'. Cans Sweetheart TOILET SOAP .4 Re . ~ars Sweetheart TOILET SOAP .4 Bars For Easy Bleaehing BLU WHITE ...... 4 Ponds Cleansing TISSUE ......... 300 Play fair 3 DOG FOOD ..... ..... Black Flag Aerosol Large INSECT KILLER ... can FOR ONLY I baby were enjoying a bit of Scot- Cans land wh!le the plane was makingl~ . . n . an hours stop there Said for[ when YOU buy L cans a! renular nrice% - ................ ..... **,,.., ......... . . u r % ,rices etzective at Arlington on August "l (zn(1 ts.-- -very item unconaixionally the Midnight Sun--that it didn't TM sales to dealers. We reserve the r,ght to l~t. seem like night at all. They had]O " ,had a good flight so far and in four hours time would be in[~OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO~OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO{ Frankfurt, Germany. | , . nia. Ed has a number of relatives there whom they plan to visit. J. L. Gray, son Dick and. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Van Meer and Fee Wee spent the week-end out at the ranch with Mrs. J. L. Gray and grandson, Bobble. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Dutson and Mr. and Mrs. John! Luthi and family. Guests of the Claude Da- maskes Sunday were Mrs. Da- maske's brother, A1 Lee, and his ~;vife. Their son Jack had been[~ visiting with them the past two[~L'~ weeks. Also there were Mr. and[~ Mrs. Henry Rasmussen and their]~ four children. They all picnickedl~U~ together down by the river, after[O which the men fished. "Mr. and Mrs. Gust Zaretzke and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thorgaard Wedensday evening accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roal of Arling- ton to Camp Silverton, near Mon. te Cristo, where Carl and Gene Zaretzke and Karen Roal were enjoying camp life. As Wednes.. day was the night of the week for sleeping out Gene has his bed roll spread out at Big Four, Carl at Teppe, while Karen was at Sunny Crest. Friday afternoon u m, the kids returned home well[~ pleased with their week's outing.[~, Sunday afterrroon Mr. and Mrs.[~ Bill Albaugh and sons, Sandy[~ and Ronni~ of Lakewood, Mr.[~ Jerstad and Mr. Shuh, both of Se-[~ dro-Woolley, were callers at the Gust Zaretzke's home. A card from Lois Brentnell to her mother said that she-and the CHILl CON CARNE 16c2, 29c ELs.. o. 16can 39c Ferg's Delicious Ferg's 3 -Oz. c CHICKEN SPREAD 3 c 29 -Oz. " 16C.n 29c ' EGG NOODLES I~RM, DRY GROUND BEEF . lb. 47cS.nshine last week from the State Game TUNA ..... 29C CRACKERS... 16" % Department to hunting and fish-[t ASSORTED LUNCH iL 'TS ", lb. 59, Frying or Baking ing license dealers throughoutI~ whizz arand Ned. Red Washington. it was announced], SALMONok. , 29c lb.49c today at Game Department Head- __ WESSONOIL quarters. [ ~ e sp ay s ed * . Dromedary White or Devil SAUSAGE . : lb. 49c FamousChoeolate Following the pattern estab-,. OnYsSo!ERS ~ ']~'rOZ 9~ CAKE MIX .... Pk, lished last year, the early issu-I -- LINK ante of the hunting season regu-[~ ingtonlatins iSnimrodsdesigneda tObetterOffer Wash-]~oppor.[~ cATSuP~ . . ,14 ,ottle15e'" .~ NESTLES BITS . . 6; tunity for planning fall hunting[O Nalley's Kosher OYSTERS . . . . pt. 65c Flsher'sSpeelaJ trips. The utilization of a Wash-l_ -Oz. i" i" ington State map to show hunt-]~ DILL PICKLES . 24jar 39C CAKE FLOUR . . 2~ ing areas, which was found to be] a~ Clown---Colored tinued,Ppular withlast year,clearlyhaSdesignated [ ~been con-[. SPONGESCellulse Large ~ FANCY ~OLDEN BANTAM MARSHMALLOWS hunting area boundary lines[_~ S(iAi;];0WD " *Size ~,.,v rs shown. I~ Piggy Bank Cane & Maple -Oz. On the reverse side of thelo 2 43c CORN , , , , SYRUP ..... 12,.r State map. hunting regulations Ocean Spray CUCUMBERS, , Each , ,~ 4c