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+ -PAOE FOUR THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, SEPT. "3, 1953. h n mm m BY BILL QUAKE Shepard's Win Little League Title In a game that had everything, good pitching, good fielding, ex- I .. | ,ry Munizza and assistant Ralph even ttermen m I Pistorese at Tuesda.~'s initial t nemnc, Grind Tnrnout , grid session. Heading the thwty- v~i;e'S;n?or a:d=ix J=nior let-/~hXr~ean sqyadi3rfs? d?e2 Se?j~Sn termen greeted Head Coach Lar-t Sophomores, were lettermen Dick Borseth, Jim Corning, Dick Rus- sell, Dick Schuh, Dan Johnson, all Seniors, and Gerald Hendry, Larry Olson, Jerry Carter, Lyle Nysether, Rudy Thomsen, and John Dennis, Juniors. The rest of the squad is corn- posed of Seniors Marvin Taylor, Ron Forshier, Dick Erickson, Don Peters.n, Rudv Johnson, Arnold Espe, and Bill Kline, Juniors Charles Williams, David Dezotell, Don Klein, Ed Borseth, Gary Dus- kin, Richard Hughes, and Bill Ja- cobs. Up from the freshman squad of last year ,are Sopho- mores Wayne Richardson, Lyle Lindquist, John Larson, Ray Peak, Wes Rosenbach, Jack Lar- son, Pat Connacher, John Jacob- son, Denny Hammerly, Duane Smith, and Dee Robert~. The coaching staff expects a few more boys out now that school has opened. The big job for the next few days is the fill- ing of the end, tackle, and quar- [erback positions. The first week will consist mainly of running, ILUTHERAN LADIES" i calisthenics, and blocking and MEETS SEPT. 10 tackling to toughen and co'ndi- tion the squad. A lot of work must be done in order to be ready to meet the Twin City Cardinals. That game is only a week away, the Eagles entertaining the pesky Cards on FridaykSept. 11. U In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH CLEANERS for EXPERT CLEANING Mrs. Ole Hammer, Frisinger and Mrs. laugher will be Lutheran Ladies' Sept. 10, at 2 p.m. in parlors. All members attend and reinrebel box offering._______ o------ SELL IT--If you he, re of furniture, not m Ti'mes classified ad, went to third on two passed balls, and counted as a throw to third went into the outfield. At this point rain halted the l~rOeeedings for fifteen minutes. With resumption of play Don Gibbons belted a line triple to the right field corner. The three-ply wallop came with no one out. In trouble Evans proceeded to fire three strikes past the next hitter, b~t lost control to walk Richard Sass and Don Baker, loading the bases. Evans found the. range again and struck out the next batter only to narrowly miss the corners against Ron Rosenbach, walking Shepard's centerfielder to force in what proved to be the winning run. Hankins opened the sixth and final frame for Murphy's with another walk, went to second on a passed ball and continued into, third as the catcher's hurried LAUGH WITH "AUNT FANNY",,. ON THE BREAKFAST CLUB, ABC, 8:00 A.M.C.S.T. 12 % 39 RIPE OLIVES 9- 25 Call C PORK and BEANS. . 3 ans lz" GROGAN'S PURITY BRAND GREEN OLIVES.. . 10',o, 25c PAPER PLATES . . . NALLEY'S HAM.BUR~ER RELISH 12z 25c PLASTIC FOR THE PICNIC FORKS, SPOONS or KNIVES Pkg. A 1 BRAND NORTHERN MUSTARD 10 ..... C NAPKINS 80 Count Pkgs. Large Nalley's Crisp .+ Manning's famous -Lb. Can throw slipped into the outfield. Murphy's second baseman died there as Don Baker showed some real clutch pitching, retiring the next three hitters on strikes. Don~Baker held Murphy's to a solitary hit, Evans spoiling the no-hitter with a line single to right in the fifth heat. Baker also STANDBY FANCY CHUNK FERG'S RICH led hisclubon the attack with a TUNA 6 l'Z'can 29C CHICKEN BROTH . . pair of singles and a walk. Both hurlers struck out eleven and :. cool,Walked~omething rainy six. A tonight do wet with probably balltheir and a con-had . SILVER.n0N'~/EYBOW CI~,EA IVLE D ** e 14 ""Pkg. 29c ~osCHICKENDELICIOUS& NOODLES .... 16":, trol trouble. Andy Kempf's one : -,~ "O~"0~ I 12 .oz, handed stab of Sass' ground ball .fl C and resulting throw to first was Can JUN~ ROSE---8-Oz. 55c, lb. 98c FERG'S MEXICAN STYLE the play f the night' althugh OFlax Simontacchi's pickup of the BLACKTEA . .. . 4iiIPkg. 29c CHILI CON CARNE . . same toss was a beaut. Dennis 3 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS FERG'S Brownlow looked good in the : ~ ~NEW m LB. 4 OZ. CHICKEN TAMALES fleldforShepard's. TUMBLERS., 6 59c Box score: ~j SWmF'r's :Mmphy Feed AB R H PO A E +~+ F. Simon-tacchi ...... lb 3 0 0 2 00 ! PEANUT BUTTER SEL~POLISHINGFLOORWAX ~ FORFRYING. BAKINGORSALADS h. Kempf .... ss o o o :o E AEROWAX ..... ++. 65c WESSON 01L .... ot G. Lawty ...... If3 0 0 1 0 0 uart w. +aos ...... 47c. BLACI~ FLAG--KILLS INSECTS SUNSHINI~. CRISPY M. Bloom .... 3b ~,~Q~O 0 0 0O , -Oz. N. Hankins..2b 1++ ~'"0 001 10 2: 43c AEROSOL BOMBS . Eaoh 1.39 CRACKERS.. + . 16.ox T T. Simon- q, A tacchi .......... c 2 0 0 II 1 1 KEEP THOSE SOCKETS Y~t/LL---75 or I00 W TT LIPTON'S CHICKEN NOODLE ........ cf:oo00 LIGHTBULBS . . . oo 20c SOUP ..... 3 M. Lawty ..... rf 1 0 0 0 0 T. Bjorn ........ rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .~ V1 _~ D. Gibbons ..2b 2 1 1 3 1 0[~ p , L. BjornD.R.R. BakerSasSBal~er ........ ........ ........ ........ 3b 3 0 0 0 1 0]~lbpc 322 000 201 1104 002 01.3['1[. ~ll?f17- a~ ,ISWIFT'S PREMIUMll2oz * t oz. 29c WR [P / -: IBI! ILRosenbach ef 1 1 0 0 0 210 ~---N---~-~" ~F ReTnold's Br n~J~. -., ~---~.....~ n!~~ eaxWithbase D'bRac"~.n:_._rf.lf 2 0 0 0 0 oIO coR.e,I , i I - D. Brownlowss 2 0 I 0 2 0[~ G. Wellman If 1 0 0 0 0 0[. BEEF HASHI with MEAT | I Meat IS tw,ce as important _ K Larson rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 Jto your boby as it is to you[ 12 wide Roll+ li | "Totals ".ii!i"...1"9 2 5 ~R8 "~ ~t: SWIFT', P,|.IU.I SW|FT'$ ,R[~,UM oz.. ,41 16 oz. ,4, Shortscore: '. "~ i i : : i *~ ~ Marphys ............. 000 100 1 1 2[~ (:AN Shepards ...... ,....000 llx 2 5 6,. cVIENNA Evans and T. Simntacchi" 'D'I ~ ROAST Baker and R. Baker. ]~ :, o---- sw.,rs SAUSAGE l OSO re lie PRE~|UM SWI,T'$ PR[~|U~ ii] Mrs. Nellie Geo g , II O 12 07. 4 OZ. !!J correspondent, lira ,. 53c cA. 19e LETiUCE ..... Hd.. +0c Katherine, Marjorie and Susanl 'I" Lb. Jenner of Seattle came up last Wednesday and visited until the week-end with their grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Jenner. The Oso Cub Scouts enjoyed a trip to the Shrine Circus last week, held in Seattle. They were grateful to Lawrence Fry, who donated the tickets for the circus, and also to Ted Nordstrom and POTTED SWIFT'S PREMIUM oz. 8c LUNCH TONGUE $WIFT'S PREMIUM 6OZ. 37 DEVILED VEAL LOAF SWIFT'S SWIFT'S PREMIUM PREMIUM oz. 19c HEAVY MEATED GREEN PEPPERS . . lOc CALIF RED RIPE WATERMELONS FANCY SUNKIST LEMONS . . U. S. NO. 1 WHITE ROSE POTATOES . . 31c ,+. 14c Lbs. WEED .... 29c I CAN NOW ELBERTAS THIS WEEK'S -- Finest Quality ] c :vor WINNER: For $10.00 HALES Rolf Olsen, who donated their time and cars. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathis and family with friends from _Darrington were Sunday visitors at the Homer Mathis home. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Pearson at- tended the wedding reception held at the V.F.W. hall in Ar- lington Friday evening of their nephew, Wayne Pearson, and his bride Betty. The new home will be in Arlington. Betty Pearson played her accordion and sang at the reception. Mr. and Mrs. Earl George, Mr. and Mrs. James Brotheridge and son of Rock Falls, Ill., left Tues- day morning on their return home after two weeks at the Lb. Lb. -Lb. -Lb. Margaret Lord 28.ox ~,09~ Box Prices efiective at. Arlington Sept. 4 and 5, 1953. -- Every item unconditionally Clarence George home. ham Arhn ton sales to dealers We reserve the right to hmzt The Armstrong benefit dance,~ ~O o01 Dun , ' g " " "', will be held this Saturday night, SeNt. 5, at Oso Grange hall. II~OOOOOOOOOO00000001~OOOOO@0000000000000,~e~@~Oe~OO \