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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AU(]. 27, 1!}53. .PAGE THREE ][[ [ children Clifford and Laura, left,.,i BRYANT Monday morning after a fewll BY 1[1 Alice Thorn ]weeks visit at the Thomsen home.,, FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 1 1 1 ~ss, as s*s.p Ill Dh...e ,ma~lsen ] Mr. and Mrs ttarold HusbY of/| Fourth and Dunham DILL I]' ............ I RoUte 2, East Stanwood, and Mrs[| Arlington, Washington [J Bryant Grange will meet Fri. Anna Miller of Granger, Wash.,,I A Branch of The Mother Church, The Flrst Church of Christ, Scientist, ....... [ day, August 28. Juvenile Grange called at the John Thomsen hornet| in Boston. Massachuett~. O . , ...! ! o. /. ~ t !. . o/ . ~ . ]will also meet Friday night Friday evening last week. [| SUNDAY SCHOOL ......................................................................... n A.M. r oets I hlmet, ea uemanam s Arun Ion .nuts Hue [ House guests at the home of l Mr and Mrs James Taylor and[| SUNDAY SERVICE 11 &M g g g .. .. . ............................................................................. r* , [ Won Lst. Pct. GBL ....... ]Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smoke last son Alvin of Renton Vlslted at thell Testimonial meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. l~adlng B, oom: ~nurch Record [SheDard Service 102 833 [l~larvsviJ]~ 4 [0 |1 [week were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Art Fullerton home Wednesday[| edifice--open Monday 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 6:45 to 7:4k~ oU ........ ec ] F'ow'ler Agency :: 7 4:636 2i/:z ---~---,I ['--,--- - "-- - [ Morgan of Bremerton, who visited evening. ]| P.rmice:Ce2ting legal holidays. All are cordially invited to attend thee t me sine in. tHe s "lMurnhv Fpod 5 7 al~ _~ I Arlington sLittle Leaguers] Wennesaay, returning Home in Mr and Mrs Ben In,ham andll e e . d to make free u~e of the Reading Room. f ................. u aurth.f.lfth, sIxth,l~and[Arlington L & P 1 10 .091 8V2ltraveled to Everett last Wednes-[the evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. E: children visited Woodland Park[| ChrlsUan Science programs from The Mother Church in Boston are now gS, virgil yrey sn t- Last Week's Results .... ........ ]Jones oz t-ore.roy also arrlvefl in Seattle They made a tour oft| broadcast Sunday mornings at 9 o'clock from Station KJR, Seattle ,rlington Little League[ Fowler's 5 Mur-~h'' o 4 luay night, .~ugust xw, anu came]wednesday Thursday evening]the zoo and had a picnic dinner , . ~, IJ ,y ~ , ~cord with a nineteenI Shepard's 9 Murphy's 0 (forft.)/backwlth a sparkhng 4 to 0 win[Mrs" Smoke's brother and wife, Jat the park, then on the way]!_ , ~perzormance as ~owlerIFowler.. o~ v,~ 'Arlinc*tone, ......... L R.p o 1 over ~viarysvine s representatives.| Mr. ann Mrs. H. E.. Stauzzer, ar- home stopped at the home oi[|-- aUraped Murphy Feed 5 (forfeit) [Both ,teams were disoualified[rived from Olympia. The Joneses]friends' Mr and Mrs. Joe Kerns[| T, p even exciting innings, r~..~.;..~...;~..,-..^,,, / .......... "1 .. ] and Stauffers remained until af-[of Everett "for su,mer hi #*or ~-~ Ked ,.. ...... ~** ~1 ........ ~ ....... ~, ~,,.y .... IIrom zurtner paruclpauon in the/[ ......... . ,,.... , ,, um a TIr up a mAy w... .. She ar ' " , ter ~unuay OOtll lcav,nt~ .u. ~,- ~l ....... ~ I p d s 30, Murphy 1 t,~,,~ ..... t .~ h,,th ...... * ..... At. ..' . I Mlss Barbara Ingham took[| ..... ~ .... [Ll"lO||l,.., ,~*g lnm ng and. men[ (Shepard's leadbest 2of 3 1."":.'":.:'.* .... . ..... ,- .o~l~ ...... .~|mnsourg lwonuay, lsecond place in the It.me Econ-[| ~l~]~]~m ......... :..IOWOr.K, wal.Klngon-] play.if1.0) [lnenglole players to OOlster the~r]Lotsa Smoke !.talcs dept. at the 4-H Fair al[|.~3~~'~'.~ ~'~l-'l-',~" |[~[1 ~als Irist ~.all nlppeaatIGames This week: [teams. This came as no surprise[ Sunday the Smoke family had Marysville. She won a pin andll ~'_, ~"-~_~ I~---..~-J~ -- ......... ~,:: ~ pair ot murphyI Friday, Aug. 28, Shepard's[to" Arlington as Little aea~,ue[a reunion picnic at gyak Point.]was chosen 1 of 3 to represem]l 1~][~]~[~|~['~~ l::~/~k d'~-~ ~:tth_ uown sixteen on[ vs. Murphy's [officials in hrq,~tnn h,n ~,~ l fifty-nine relatives ate dinner to-]Snohomish Courtly at Puyallup. [| ~U~,'~t~~, B.~r'~J~,~ ~tters*ae comeStwsaWb" "=~"the (3rd game of playoff if nec- ' f r " -~. ......... .. "'gether.. All their immediate.fam-~ Tom* and" Bernice" Leon from" ~, -- . ,.- v to ....go do n y ] essary) ]o med !he tournament offlclalS[lly except Leonard and family of Alberta, Canada, are visiting at[I Pints, Quarts, Chicken .rid Turkey Size. , ~'~e" [ o~ that SUCH a team would be en-JWalla Walla were present, the George Es-e home I Sd " " . "~ ~, ~" " ,._ rew first blood m thejE%...LL_li ,]p ....... L [tered, the team not being a true[ Mrs. Edith Chft visited at her[ Those en~ovin~ the evenim,]| ~["~e::~,~l[-'~-~e=~,~,41 ~"~ _,~J-,e~f~ ~l~tI~e on a walk to A.rt[IFOOtD~ll IUrlIUUL Jrenresont.~ti-,~ of t~,~ M .... h.Jmother's home in Seattle from]..,~ .,~,~::~i~,~ e.,~,,~., w .... ,~[I ~...U|UU~.~i|L~ ~,..Ci|LU| |~ auell scoring on J~reys ~" ~. ...... ........... .~"'" Saturda last ..u ........... s o~.... ~.o~.~ ~ . [hni~,~ 'rr~,~ t ......... [o ! ! | ! t q~ / [Feed nine, which won the nghtlWednesday to Y ... ]birthday Wednesday Aug. 19th [I Pants, Qutrtts and Half ~llona 1 ~ to artici ate in Everett week Two sisters, Mrs. ~UtlOCK -- ' ' t 3 to 0 in the four hl; clleaulea Ior luesaay P P J " - and Mrs Ackles[were Mr and Mrs. Arthur Speer, II ...... ' ms Warren's double a[ ....... ] Don Baker hurled Arlington to[f Dallas, *rex., "'-- vis [Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Espe, Mr.]| UFI~OIAT. ON QUARTS, ~oacn Lariy lvlUnlzza anu as h " " oi ~an l~ranclsco were am. - . v ~' Gary t.udwlotr ~nd] " "It eir trlumnh holding, Marvsvllle~ . .. ]and Mrs. Ole Tlonson and Ber-ll While they Last ........................................ Doz. "Jl:~./ ~ -~'~,,.~':S~:'~,~.~' ,.~7.]sistant Ralph Pistorese will open/to a sin,,~,~ ~or.~,toh ~']~it ~t.~Jiting their mother. [nice Leon. [1 ~.~,*v,,~ ~ ~,.~ -~,'-,- ~- "s ~" ..................... in the 19~3 football season thi The Aber girls, Georgene L ~llae in their half of the[ i mu sda Se tember 1[struck out three, walked none,[ g _. alon'l Mrs. Edna Brendemuhl, Mrs.[| LOCKERS AVAILABLE ~a walk, Glen Lawty's!cm ng u.e., y, P .... 'land hit one. The lone Arlington[da and Ju.uy,. are gerund ". g[Fred McDonald of Arlington[| t~d with the lnlual turnout OI tHe fine after tmvlng mnsnectomles a double by Yes error allowed a third Marysville " " ' ]Heights and Mrs. Harry Valen oft| ~|)| |~Ig"lP'~! Rl~fMl~.r~'kT I"~f~| lr~ O~t~l~l'~ll'~. 'as good for two runs new season .. . /runner to reach first base Ofl Mr. and Mrs. George AbergJKodiak, Alaska made a trip Fri.[| /tI~LIL~IUI~ I1UI/EJ I] LULl) lUKlqkUl |ale Football un]mrms ann equip n trod it at 3 to 3 in .......... "/the three none reached second]and famil~ visited last ThursdaY]day to Sand Po'int Naval Station]| .,a,-, ...... ! irl" " E:agie grid achine willbe is ' " ' ~" klnS home ~ "* "K dl k Alaska t '~ k' the sixth with a~ ' . ...... "/ Arlington nicked un sevenltiOP " lana Lee, oz o "a , . ~ U ~ue(l equlpmem on ~vlonuay, ~ug. ~- ~- ~!nter, the result of[~, ..... ~----- w~" ..... ~ .... n /blows with four of them goingl Miss Betty Hovlk spent last] Mrs Fred McDonald, Mrs. Har.[ ~ n Molstad, an lnten-[,,~o, ~o o,~Xn, ~,~n ~,~ w,~n~,, q,~nt Jfor doubles The local Llttlelweek In Anadortes VlSltlng her[ry Valen and Mrs. Ernle Me-I ~,SS to Frey, and DugJ~~,~,~,"~,~'..~'~a'.~'r'[Leaguers bunched four doubleslaunt "and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E.[deema and 3 sons had dinner[ ~ C,...~ [ . field double. Mur-J,~, tha C',~rdln~l,~ f~nr~ ,r,,inJln the second frame to aecount[A. Backman, also her uncle andJwith the Brendemuhls Sunday[ -~ ,, ,, ~' It ................................. r / r again in their half[cit" /for all of tl~lr runs Wes Evans]aunt, Mr. and Mrs: Mike K on:[evening" Mrs. Valen brought pic-[ [*erapz SOlOed his way to J" o doubled to start the assault, Ron lholm, Jr, and family and several|ture slides of Kodiak with herl "I~i- ~..~ talking stealing second [ ~ ~ ]Baker bounced out to the pitcher J friends [and the evening was spent' view-/ ~'~ --dlk~lllt Itll] ' ' ' " . . IT'd on a couple of pus- She. ards Win Darryl Jensen then doubled for From Chicago ing her slides and Edna's slides ~'~(,~. ".-ne winning run waHl P I the first run. Mike Larsn wrked] Mr. and Mrs. C. Lundberg of[ of Alaska- '1 ~~_~-~,~ ~ ~'~ / ~u_l~ter, coming in the 11~.* ~ Ir~! _it ~_.~_ ]his way to first on a free pass'chicago visited their uncle, Mike] Mrs Elda Postal of Sibley, Ia.,[ ~l~,.J~-~-[[~lt ~"~-:a"'~*~(. ~nny reoerson walked rlrs[ l-layoii ame and flensen scored as Flax Simon-Jgronholm, and relatives a couple/ and I~Iiss Hattie Sill of Seattle[ ~ .~/~__[\' I~x'(2- .'~ zrame, went to sec-I taccni uoubledLarson and Si-iof da,,s This was Mr Lundber~,'s/..:~+~.~ ,..,-. ,~ ...... ~- ;,'o~ .... t ofI ~li~.."~/ 5~g ~ ll ~!ip%e.? ' " " the ............... ~ .......... ~,-, ~'l~'-~~~ .~~~ 1 s~dthbi~lsa~lnd I ~liPL~eda'l~S!:~i~ek~ha~n~n~e~Igfgatmoi ~ffr~t!~ai~nlhic!e;!h~u/~:ed~sdViurbglil[ !!~!i!~! Mirt.hW:hu~h~nge~genwi~:/th~l ta~fe:~t~:d:e~S!!l ~ oI!~r~t~'eT~UfwesM!~I re. R H E lead in the best of two out Arl' i re set1 with the Stateof ," 1 :~la \~1" ~1,~ ~ .... I ............. ed lngton played an excellent[ mp s Idles to Camano State Park They[ /"~ \~ ., ~ | 1 .... 100 201 15 3 1 three playmt With lviurpny re .. ...... [ ........ ~,,u,~, ~ brand of ball throughout the con-I Washington and all its scenery, enjoyed the triu very much ] ~ ~1' . kA | I. I / .......... 000 211 0 4 4 2Jflrst nail champions, oy m ...... S test Jensen cau"ht ~ fi-e .... ~ ......... ~ - - " ' -- ~ ~ '~'" ~~ ~d Hall F Simontacchi the Feedmen by a record score of ,_ C .... .~ ~.a ~..g.ame] ~uane ~larK oz .~ot~tson tOOK Potluck at Loyal Iteights Sew-[ . , ~~- ],~ ~'" _ (4) and ~ Simontacchi' 30 to 1. The game played last ~en~,~ me pia[ae, u on ~lD~OnSlhis granaza[.ner, .~ai~e ~ronno~m, ing Club Sept. 3, beginning alJ .- "1" ~., .~ebeZea~ 1 I " ' ~.....,4 ........ ~holdtofn~]rinnin~s ....... ~ t,...,a, '-~,~, ~aWtYltO visit a niece in Olalla ann a11"30 / ~t(~ / " - ~,,~L~v* .~.Ze~i / ~_ [ ~va~r~ement ................ came. up with a good perform-lnephew in Tacoma last Tuesday,] " " o-------------- J n D A ~q ~'~ -~s'tO~o~~ ~:Z (,~e ~l I ~ ~ .~ , ...... ance m left zield, and Run Baker/also to see the new Narrows~..... [/ O I~ -- ~Z~ ~ ~[i~-- ~O~*'.~. " ' ~._~ / ~'~ . [ Don uaKer paceu tne attack on made an outstandin~ catchinl u,~,~,,~ IJ ~ -~ ,~ ,~ -, --- J[ ~, o ~~*~i~" ~ -~6~.-- ~o~"L ,~o~U ~lSn ,ounty. /aouP2~rm:nf bylUpka~SSng Mu(~:eYs centier" . '[ T~i Quilt Club will meet at the[I I I i, J] enln t, ne up for Arhngton Howard Peterson home Wednes o~ e ze ,s ,~be ~U~ean Plenlr Iloaded~homerun in the up ' g F Simon : [ ........ "'1[ J]| U IL/IL~ |. I| [[ t .^,,s~ - ,~e , ~.~ ~r. "~ ------~---~, Hay, ~ept zna. ior an aiternoon ,~" D ._. [frame. Baker finished with two " " ^u o u c~ A w/ -. " [[ l[ 9 -~zs " ~. ~h.~ ~t\~ ] ~,lu annual picnic of theldoubles and a single, scored five .... ~.: .~."o" ~" "~ "; ~ "~ meeung. II ~ I" li [~ ~ I/ ~.~',e..//. % . County Farm Bureau]runs, and batted in nine in five c~ " ....... ~ ....... Mr. and Mrs. Arv~d Holmes and[I | ~][ ~ II~ ~k- JJ ,.~ ~t~ _~ ~k ./~. ~ eld Sunday, August 30 [trios to the plate All in all ~ ................ ~o ~ ~ ~ ~ u ~ dafighters Evelyn and Linnea,[[ ! ~ | ~ |~| | It~ ][ ~)~,~O ~ ~6 o~~ -~'~xx ~.~,'~, vs Park, Lake Stevens.]Vance Hollands nine picked up ~ihhnn~ ~. o a n ,~ o , Mr. and Mrs_E..A, Hackman and[] II _ - ~elson, Spokane, whola dozen blow~, sixof which went ~'~ ......... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Mrs. MiKe ~ronnolm, Jr., all ouI ..... __, II ,~ ~s "" a~tie~"" - Came to Washingtonifor extra bases, sandwiched ~,~,,"~ .......... ~ ~ ~ u ~ ~ un Anacortes, and Mr. and Mrs. P.[[ "|'h~ ~l~|lnff~ll Tlm a [[ c~" ,,~e w nla, as Farm Bureau around sixteen walks and a hit R Ba'- .... o ..... J. Clark of Fortson were Sunday J b |] i aMzation Director, will[batter Ron Baker collected a T;-" '~ .......... u~ o ~ ~ ~ u ~ guests at theKronholm home 'J PHONE493 I/ 1 ~ea . ..muex~ cz uu u u u u " - ker There will be ldouble and pair of singles while .~ - " ........... _ ..... Mrs. Margaret Pendell and L J 1 ~. ~ensen ....... c 6 l l ~ u o ..... ~ ._ entertainment for all.[Dennis Brownlow aided in the M Larson " rf 1 1 0 0 0 0 " " Bureau Members are cause with a double and single. T'Simon ...... be present and bringI Fla~ Simontacchi could have "tacchi .......... rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 ~andneighbors.~ _]gotten'by the first inning with G Lawty If2 0 0 3 0 0 )~.unen Will oe served[only three runs scored against ......... -- ..... lee cream anu pop b~l thee ~ae~~ Bu[eaU~r[hoirmbUteenrr~g pen:d ~hepga~sS Short score: 23 3 7 1R8 H8 E1 [~ I topped this scoring spree with Arlington ............ 040 000 4 7 1 ~ "------o---- ]thirteen in the fourth frame. It Marysville .......... 000 000 0 1 1 1 iO~ ~.~.~,_,~.~,. ]was Simontacchi s second loss of D. Baker and D. Jensen. 1 1, ~,.~o~.,~m, ' ........ Bloom fin today, Aug. 31, at 8 ][snge~auppalgn" ivnKe - ~. [] Freshman students,I . ........ ing error accounting for the only I r tmrents, are invited I Meanwhile ~on L~iDoons Hurled run I in the High School [ three innings of one-hit, .scre'. Siaort_ ........ seoro" ..~ r4 ~ __w to stud their less ball, Wayne Heaths infield Sh rmrd ~11~ ~n tl~q~ ~o ~" lules, and general [single in the third marring tHe Murohy .... 0 ~oa 1 ...1 ,..'~ ~,a will be riven to record to win.his seventh game i'hh~n~ I? Ra~nh~,~h ~A~ ~,~ g I , senbach Gt ........................... students become [of the year Ron Ro R Baker le ,~imnnt~oohi Rlnnrr~ wath their~twlrled the final tuning, g~wng 4 n " " ( ) a d T. Simontacchi. up solid hits to Yes Evans and Let Shopping Keep You Hopping? " I , There's no need m dash al! town m do your shopping. It's all so simple---~ when you shop the smart way . . . with the ied pages ot the telephone directory and your kVithout leaving your home you can do your lag... and save the time and money spent on from store m store. your next shopping trip a modern one. Use "Shopping Showcase" -- the classified, pages of telephone directory. TELEPHONE O" Dahlia Show August 29-30 The Forty - fourth Annual Dahlia show will be held August 29th and 30th at Floral hall, at Forest Park, Everett, Wash. The Snohomish County Rose and Dahlia Society formed in 1909 is the oldest flower organi- zation in the United States This year's dahlia show wilt be the biggest and best, according to Mr. John Lindstrom, chairman of the show There will be many new innovations to interest the flower lovers this year. There will be competition be- tween the dahlia societies of the entire state, which promises new and beautiful varieties and keen competition. The amateur and professional growers have been separated in competition this year which means that the amateur will compete with amateurs and the professional with the profession- al growers. This will stimulate both classes of exhibitors to keen competition and make for a show tha't will be of great in- terest to the general public. Of special interest to ~he many ladies interested in arrange- meats will be the section devoted to floral arrangements This sec- tion includes dahlias and many other popular flowers Those responsible for the show are John Lindstrom, show chair- man; Jess Cavender, schedule; Tony DeRooy, judges; Mrs. R. D. Evans, awards; Mrs. Wayne Ko- tula, clerks and ribbon girls; F. J. Custer, entrees; Jess Cavender, properties; W. L. Wolfe, lighting; Mrs. John Lindstrom, music; Mrs. Fred French, corsages; Fred French, publicity; Mrs. Lillian Barton, information. The public is cordially invited[ to attend Doors are open at 4] i p.m. on Saturday, August 29thi and are closed at 10 p.m..They are open again on Sunday, Aug. 30th, at 10 a.m., and at 3 p.m. trophies and awards will be pre- sented, and the show closes at 5 p.m., with a distribution of the flowers to those present at that time. There is no admission charge o In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILL.UGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING 1 e e exc/se tax e Easy terms. BACKSTROM MOTOR COMPANY TELEPHONE 1~1 "Arlington's Friendly Ford De~ler Since 1931" ARLINGTON, WASH. I I II I I II IHl[ll[I II I Ililll I I I I II II