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PAGE SIX i :Shepard's Cinch Second Half Title Coach Vance Holland's Shep- ard Service nine latched onto the .second half title of Arlington's Little League last Monday night, THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1953. I I I BY BILL QUAKE Shepard's tical chance to tie for the second Last Week's Results: Murphy's 15, Arl. L & P 6 ly taught in Colorado and Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Damaske entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lard Whitman and children from Pendleton, Ore., Wednesday. Mr. Whitman was on vacation and visiting his family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitman, in Oso. They spent the day with the Damaskes en route home. Mr. and Mrs• Paul Gregory and their three children, and Noel Gregory are living on the Hugh Putnam place. Mr. Gregory is the artificial inseminator for Golden Good Fishing. On South Fork Reports from the Verlot ranger station, Monte Cristo district, Mt. Baker National Forest, are to the effect that Twin Lakes, above Monte Cristo, are now free of ice and snow. The trail into the lakes has some snow patches, which it is thought will be gone soon, and according to reports there still are some snow patches around the lakes• The warm weather and abundant food has made the trout choosey• Early morning and late evening fishing is best. The Trailblazers recently plant- ed 5,000 fry rainbow in Heather Lake to help keep that lake in good condition. Rood Conditions. Any construction work being done on the Mountain Loop High- way is not greatly hindering traf- fic. The road is dusty but other- wise in good shape. Pilchuck Mountain Road---open dumping Arlington Lumber & half title by handing the Shep- Plywood 25 to 2. Don Gibbons ard Service its second straig'ht held the losers to one hit, a solid defeat after running up eight hit to center by Darryl Jensen in wins in a row. Art Lindell won the second inn'ing, struck out fif- his second straight decision after teen and walked five. Mean-losing his first five games. Lin- ~azhile Ran Baker was pacing the dell pitched effectively, although Servicemen's 17 hit attack with a touched for eight hits. but for the double and three singles. Baker last inning. Leading 9 to 2 going also set a new individual runs in the sixth frame, Lindell lost batted in mark by driving six his stuff and the first five men runs across the plate, surpassing at bat reached the bases• Shep- the old record of five held by sev- ard s had the tying run on first era] players• Don Gibbons aided:when the third out was finally in his win with two doubles and lmade. a single while Ran Rosenbach] Fowler's handed Don Baker his finished with three hits in four first defeat of the season and trips. Other players garnering:then continued the assault on more than a single blow were:brother Ran. The winners picked Larry Bjorn, Don Baker, and Den- I up eight hits, six of which went his Brownlow, each clouting a[for extra bases. Fowlers took a pak of singles. I shortlived 1 to 0 lead in the sec- Shepards scored in every inn-land when Virgil Frey doubled ing, leaving no doubt about the[and Ivan Molstad tripled• Don outcome of the game from thelGibbons singled to open the third very start. An eleven run blast[for Shepard's and counted as in the fourth frame, coming at[Larry Bjorn tripled, with Bjorn the expesse of a trio of hurlers,[counting on Dick Sass' single. just added insult to injury. In Fowler's came back with a trio: that frame the first thirteen men of runs in the fifth to go into the~ at bat reached first safely, with lead 4 to 2. Danny Pederson was eleven of them counting• The on- hit by the pitcher to start the ly bright spot for the losers was frame, Ken Sather doubled, and: a double play, Larry Sandstrom[Albert Huff doubled for a pair tO Larry Williams. " [runs, Huff counted on Frey's Short score" l double. The Insurancemen added Short score: R H E:five insurance runs in the sixth, , and they needed them Shepard s .... 514+ (11) 22 25 17 4] • • A.rl. L & P ....010 0 01 2 1 10[ Virgil Frey collected t w o Gibbons and R. Baker. D. Jen: doubles and a single in three+ sen, Santeford (4), Hoidal (4) trips, Molstad a triple and and M. Larson D. Jensen (4). double, and Sather a double and! -----------o single for Fowler's. Larry Bjorn I, / ~ . ar~a tripled and doubled for the los. urpny S tO r'la¥ era, while Gibbons added a pair • ~- ~ "~ . of singles to his hit collection. It t,o. lournament Short score: R H E • Fowler's 010 035 9 8 3 Murphy Feed, winner of th{ ~h .... ,~,o .............. nno nn~ ~ Q o first half of Arlington Little ~"T~,~'l~';(~re~"~."=Ba~er.°R~. ~chedule and victor over Shep- Ba'~e'r~(~)'~'and ~" Baker dib" ard Service in a one game play- h,,,,~ ~ ' • " ' off, represented Arlington at the" .... t~. , ten team county-wide tourney a'~ a ~ ~-~ e , held in Everett August 19-20.21:' fowler s ueteats i The team, managed by John St-i Im a !-! s ~ . ~ ! montacchi and Vance Holland,[l~|llrl]hV ]~ee~ ~) to ~: was composecl at pltcners wes ....., Evans, Don Gibbons Don Baker, Tnree unearnea runs In me Ran Baker and Art l.indell. Oth- fourth inning and a.pair of legiti- era on the team are Darrvl Jen-[mate counters in me nfm were sen Virgil Frev, Glen "Lawtv,[enough to eliminate Murphy Feed Flax Simontacchi, Tim Slmo~.[from the second half race last taeehi, Albert Huff, and Mike:Friday night. Although held to Lar,~on [three hits Dy a pair at pitchers, --'-- " . ' ~ [Fowler Agency took advantage of .. .... t three errors, a walk, a hit batter, t ootbaU Turnouts [and an infield hit by Ken Sather Ito count three runs and erase a 2 ~.~2~ .~ 1 '" lto 0 Murphy lead• A walk to Art " ]ff tLindell, Albert Huff s 1 i n e Coach LarTM Munizza Hiah[d°uble, and infield single by "~ ' *" ' " ' 1 t F~hool' football coach, has an-IGary Ludwmk,.and an.mfle d ou haunted that the first turnout:made lt5to 2 re. the.fifth... , for the Arlington High Schooll Murpnys .ralhea in me nnaJ le r stanza, loaulng tne oases wlm football team is schedu d fo[ ........ ~"-e-~'', u ~ay, ~°e~+emberpt 1. The Ea~'les~ no. outs, Ine resmt, at a WalK, a .. **...~ ~o=~ ...... with the[ hit batter, and interference on the "l~vi-, ('it,, Cardinals the curtainlbatter. At this point Ken Sather raisets'l~eing scheduled for Fri- settled down to retire the next ~@ night gontpmhpv 1"] at At-[ three hitters, leaving the tying l'i~,tn"n ....... - .............. I run stranded on third. Sather -"~--'~" ......... "struck out eight and walked two ,t~aen ~vlunlzza reques}eu tna[[to even his record for the season al lettermen report to me nlgn .~ ......... ]at three wins and three losses• scnooJ on. ~rlaay, August.z~, at!Mike Bloom nicked un two :2 30 to pick up their uniforms ~" ~" .... "lsingles for the losers the only ~On-lettermen planning on Turn- nlnxr~r tn ~nllo~t mn~a th~ Jug out for the squad Wl 1 be ~s-[¢in~le hlaw It ,x~ tbo th~prl s uea eqmpment at z:6u ~vtonaay,I straight win'for Fowler Agency. ~ugust 6x. ~ Short score: R H E ' 'O------------'--- [ "~dl',~.r~xp~o PU3') /'~f19 A ~ q ~aau~vaa ~v~,=,,,,~ G. Lawty, Bloom (5) and Ev- 1.. 1 I'* / ~1. * l ans Sather and Hall attena ,oacnes umc [ + Arlington High Schools coach- Mnrnhv'. Wnllan ing staff was busy this past "'u'iY~J "" '' '~**vlF week attending the annual L & P 15 to 6 coaches' clinic held at the Uni- versity of Washington• The clinic culminates with the All-State vs. Tri-City football game on Sat- urday, August 22. Head football coach Larry Munizza and assistant, Ralph Pistorese• will attend football conferences and lectures, which will be headed by Wally Butts, Ur/iversity of Georgia football • x)ach. Coach Ernie Ludwick, head basketball mentor, will at- tend lectures by Branch McCrack- en, who coached the University of Indiana to their National Championship last year. The clinic is held for the bene- fit of all coaches and interested parties, being sponsored by Washington State High School Athletic Association. Exploding for a nine-run inn-' ing in the sixth and final inning, Murphy Feed broke up a close ball game to roll over Arlington L & P 15 to 6. Glen Lawty and Wes Evans picked up three! doubles apiece to lead the teni hit assault on a pair of Lutnber- men hurlers. Evans also added a single to pick up four hits for the night. Flax Simontacchi aid- ed in racking up his fourth win against a single setback w4th two hits. Dennis Hoidal with a triple and double and Darryl Jensen with a pair of hits aided in the loser's efforts 'to keep the game close. O Use "Times" clas~IDed ads -- • *foctlve salesmen The Rainbow Room A pleasant place to dine and enjoy good food, well prepared and courteously served. CALL US FOR RESERVATIONS, FOR SPECIAL PARTIES shelter• Canyon Lake Canyon Lake. Heavy beyond• Silver Lake travel• Twin Lakes a few snow patches• Coal Lake hikers• Bear Lake-Pinnacle --open to Bear Lake. hikers from Bear to Perry Creek Charm Breeders Association• Mrs. The report continues: to Heather Lake Trail• falls for horses and Gregory gave a dinner for Mrs. Benson Creek Road---open to Dickerman Moan Fowler's 9, Shepard's 6 Dale Steckelberg on her birthday,The South Fork of the Stilla- corhplete with a lovely decorated guamish remains good although Canyon Lake Trail. lots of down timber Deer Creek Road -- open to hikers who want a Fowler's 5, Murphy's 4 ^ake ~'~ W .......... that statement has been chal- .. ....... c , etc. .ve woum Jt~e to wel- ~..~n w;oh;..L ;~ ~t .... ,.. • v;~Deer t~reeK £rall. rne t~ascaoes. Shepard's 25, Arl. L & P 2 come the Paul Gregorys and his ermen are ta~in-" hire catches Green Mountain Road--open Boardman Lake Fowlers 5, Murphy's 4 • ,~,,~..-,~, .... ,~ ~,~ ,u~ ~,,- . Prior Week's Results: partner brother Noel Gregory to _~g '"~ catc.c~, but subject to heavy logging,Best check the last Shepard's 4, Arl. L & P 1 me commum[y aria extena an in- the 4-H fair at Marysville that truck traffic during week days• of trail before you Fowler's 9, Arl. L & P 5 vitation to come out and join us starts Wednesday• Sandra Par- Trail Conditions " over that section• Murphy's 4, Shepard's 1 in our community groups• sons was one of the eleven girls.Canyon Creek Trail is open to l Blueberries are Next Week's Games: Last week Mrs. Dale Steckel- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Robinson Saddle Lake past Meadow Moan- [blackberries and Monday, Aug. 24, Murphy vs. Shepard (Playoff) Tuesday, Aug. 25, Fowler vs. Arl. L & P Wednesday, Aug. 26, Murphy ] vs. Shepard (Playoff) [ T1]ursday, Aug. 27, Fowler vs. [ Arl. L & P ] Friday, Aug. 28, Murphy vs. [ Shepard (Playoff) I Next week's schedule is rather[ confusing, depending on different] results. Arlington ig beingrepre- sented at Everett in the Snoho-[ mish County playoffs. If Ailing-[ ton was defeated last Wednes-I day, August 19, tt~en Murphy will[ville to Mr. Kellys to a judging turned Sunday noon wiih 15 nice] ~ --- . , ~ ~ play Shepard's, tonight, Thurs-[ training class in connection with big trout. I ~ .... " 'x_~_qt_~mm~ ~ day, August 20, in their finall scheduled game of the season, ~0~0~~~---0---~--0----0~ ~ j-O and Fowler will play Arlington L & P on Friday, night, August 21. Tuxedo ~ ~A.~ I~[~ , , ~ 16-O: ,~ If Arlington wbn last Wednesday Light and Dark Meat ........ ~ Cans ~; ~ll~LTi-.- Campbell s L. gans but were defeated on Thursday night, August 20, then Murphy's Pabst-ett ~ -Lb. ~ ~ Grogan's Lge. will oppose Shepard's on Friday• American Cheese Food ~ Brick ~'~ ~ Giant .................... Can night, August 21. If Arlington goes through to the final night -Or Snow Mist ~l//,~ .Oz. there will be no games the re- mainder of the week. However Fisher's Pkg. Fancy ........... ~ /=2: Can next week's contests will go on as scheduled• o June Rose 1--10.Oz. Cam Fetti Brand .................................. Lb. ~ __ I--8-Oz. Grapenut Flakes .... BOTH I-~N HILL ATe' Farmington l~-Oz. ' [, ~DelseySoft 4, L Kleenex Type ................... d , Rolls ~|L Plain or nut 1L pkg. Goldsberry Johnson ms. B, n,ne" Arrives in Germany Tender Golden Bantam This is the final chapter at Pillsbury t' 4k-Oz 5 ' Corn • "o • ( Ears Mrs. Jim Brentnell and baby Da- Ready ~p ~ e d ~1~ Pkg'. ~ Fresh--Crisp--Solid vial's trip to Germany and Daddy. ...... )( arriv+ +or _ ~he found to her utter dismay • Lettuce . . . ,0oo~ that David's ticket, which is ten per cent of an adult fare for transcontinental flying, did-not ~ Tasty Slicing include luggage. She called a ~, Swift s famous -Lb I cousin, Paul Howell, living in New York, to pick up the baggage Swift'ningBrand..., ....... :pCan~ }( Cucumbers.. ,0, and mail" it to her, but before he. ~' could arrive at the airport the[. d ranil?LO' Yakima Golden Meated airline officials found a couple[~ who were not using their quota of[ baggage space and wduld be glad]O Cantaloupes.. ;.on to have Lois use it. She was mostl _ . grateful to have matters simpli, l~ OCt" '+ fled and continued on to Frank.";., 1 e. , 25 Lb.Sack 2o15 Firm, Dry furt Germany without incident. For all purposes 50 ,b ~oo~ 4.25 unions" " . . "tt * '+~+ [ Mr. Brentnell met her in Frank- ~ fort and they exchanged their ~, ~ iD~--~ plane tickets for train and con- ~ Thompson Seedless tinued to Stuttgart by rail. • The housing situation in Ger-= "~ --~ra.es . . . many is deplorable. There are no • houses, apartments or even too- . Begmore Brand-- |l/6-Oz. *t~( ~ I tels for rent as we know them. ~ Dogs love it .............. Cans They are living in one small room • until they can locate something ~, better, or until the army builds more housing for the servicemen WAX PA|q andtheir families'There aretw° --i f ' { ' " ~ ~~.~~I !,, ' ' I | i " GermanwomenfromRussianoc- ' "' " ~ ] ~ /~a Diamond Brand, lq~-F* buildine. One lady's husband ( heavy waxed ........ l L;Im Roll was taken away by the commun- ist police late one night and she has not heard of him since. She ~ EACli finally fled with her small son to the American zone. The other girl SKINLESS is engaged to an American G. I. and is most interested in learn- WIENERS . . . . . . m. 39c IL ing English, American Style, Clor&x Brand, Cal and sindb Lois is anxious to learn PORK For whiter washes ...... , ..... 7_2 German the girls have already established a friendship of mu- LINK SAUSAGES .... lb. 59c Staley's liquid Sta Flo ...................... Quart tual aid. Lois writes that unless you hear a person who has ac- tually~experienced conditions an. der the communists it would be impossible to believe how bad it is. Most of the stories not nearly so harrowing are labeled propa~-~ ganda over here. Just to clear this story up per- haps you'd be interested to know[~ Lois found those travelers checks[~ in her luggage after she arrived[~ in Germany. ] Community Picnic + 1 hope you have the date all nicely circled in red crayon on: your calendar but just to remind you to glance at your calendar, i this next Sunday, August 23, isi the Burn Hill Com.munity Club picnic at Kyak Point. Dinner is! potluck and bring ),our own cups, plates, silverware• Coffee and sugar is furnished by the :qlub. 'Well, Well~ Ne~vs This week the Harold Stones and Harold's father are wearing very wide grins. The Stones pur- chased Harry Olsen's old place a couple of years ago and have been busy improving it ever ENDS AND PIECES BACON , . lb. 35c SUGAR URND PICNICS ." . +lb. 49c DELICIOUS COLD CUTS . . . . . lb. 43c since. They just recently dug a !well, they went twenty-five feet and have eighteen feet of water in it. The well was completed and capped while the Stones were vacationing in California, going as far as Los Angeles. They did ]not know their good news until] ,~ their return. Like a good reporter] ! Yours Truly spotted the ear as it: iturned in the gate and hurried[ over to get that first reaction. It[~ was, to put it mildly, favorable. [ t I Mr. and Mrs. John Luthi were[ delighted by a visit from John's[~ Q Leslie Brand, Ask for free Canning Book Pkgs. Sunshine ......... Crescent's dependable brand ............ Pkg. Phenix Lbs. Ferg's Mexican .o,. 27+ Style ..................................... ~V Can Ferg's .~ and Meat ..... 2 Garden Brand-- Pickling season i$ here ........ 6 -Oz. ~erg's ............. Can ~er+'s CO': 1~¢ Delicious cane and maple in a cute piggy bank container 12% THIS WEEK'S JACKPOT WINNER: $5.00 FREE GROCERIES brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. M A E W d Jeff Luthi. The brothers had not vs. . . oo s Prices effective at Arlington on August 21 and 22, 1953. Every item unconditionally seen each other for 14 years. Jeff is a school teacher in Sutherlin, O R. 3, Arlington No sales to dealers. We reserve the fight to limit, Ore., and has been in summer school in Portland• He previous. ~"~~~~~~~~~~~~~