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] ~)O,~. * " ) 22, ('" PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARL[NGT()N, WASIIINGTON, RSI AY, OCT. I FOUND--Ladies' gold necklace Lakewood P.T.A Carnival will be FOR SALE--Boys' bicycle for FOR SALE--Two Owner may have same by pay-i held Saturday evening, Oct. sale--Full size. Phone 2042. face heifers Also BY ing for ad. Phone 493 24th, in the gym. Fun and en- ~--~U- corn binder. Gerrit ~-- -- tertainment f()r the whole ram- Hanowe en party sponsoreu Dy Phone 3016. 1 I I BILL QUAKE We trade furniture--See us for ily. the Trafton P~.A..,..Oet._ new davenos, beds and mat-! .... 618t, ~:6o p.m. ruDne mvlteu. FOR SALE --- DeLaval 1 tressea, etc. Henry Murray, Ar- IEleetric Washer--ln running con- ~.7~. chine motor units a hngton., j dmon--$19.50 complete. Henry] Ver .... d .,mmti,,, coo ~n cocks--S100. Ciarenee .... I 'urray A ngton ] eo ....... 3' Phone 3055. ' mplere. Henry ~wurray Ar- ' Eagles Travel To [Jr. Hi Bows To }2nd Team Wins From M rli -- ~ ~ ........... -- ...... We trade---Special allowance fo,./~---~ lin ton your old range on a Brand New/Brand New Dinette Table andl nng~(/.. ~ Maytag Washer--Very gd Anacortes F/'iday ,/Nrth Jr 34to6 ISnohomish 13 to 0 Frigidaire 1953 MODEL Elee-] four chairs, latest style--$59.50]Brand New Bendix Washer--Lab dition--new wringer Munizza Pistorese and Corn-] The Arlington Jr. Hi eleven|/ Playing a return game at the tric Range--Easy terms Henry] complete. Henry Murray, Ar- est model--S139.50 complete. $69.50 complete. HeAl ....... m'~ ....... to Ana~ortes|fell before a big North Jr. squad]Arlington field last Monday af- Murray, Arlington. t lington. Henry Murray, Arlington. ray, Arlington. iJ~ally j j ..... ...... ~ f ,from Everett last Thursday, los-|ternoon, Coach Ralph Pistorese's ~~" ~,~ ~'~,~._.. : /_~_~._..~ . . ..~..~.~. this Friday, October 23, in an e "ling by a lop-sided margin of 34]Arlington Reserves took their ~ ........... ~-~~ .~ Iort to sell a bill ~f gh~O~St~itthe|to 6. It was the third straight de-]second game of the season from ~ ,., - ' ~eanawKs, a top- g |feat of the season forthe Eaglets, |the Snohomish Panther Seconds " .. their owntrelghx~ithTh~nEaoglrte:s ~rT|and second league loss. |by a 13 toO margin, Arlington currently 1 . .1 Arlington held tile heavier Ev.[had previously walloped Snoho- ~~~21~ .'t'loFid~ "P.illk ~~. the secnd spt in the Nrthwest/" " h ..... .-I~=t/ ,t-~xx~z;~ ...... ,~ux~l~la ,,~-u,=ta ..... ,,v=-- Imish on their field 32 to 6 The. ~71t~23~lV ~~raDe~-'':a~'-~ League standings, along wit |,,~, , .... b,,t a- oi~hteen -ard]Eagles have now won three and " !Eag~s ............... leAdftneathi:orSeasS~,~nfirstD .... ~' es "'~ ~,. ~'~~ S~a~o'~m~,Snh :vhe;r~Se t~atnht t~;un ~r~lVot'tn ctoheltse~nduP;~iudlt Friday. Anacortes h~d Yl 'an aver the point and the vis-|Arlington settled down to drive ,~,, . , Limet Witwhinthen~YtSoV{141evTeTr~ae "to,':s\vere on {heir way. A Burg-[deep into Snohomish territory, z~,. t surging nawK.emven.. _ . ~ ]'or the second six pointer and al~.a.gms stun m a mreatenmg po- ~ ..... ou., Last week the Eagms naa to[ t3 to 0 lead at half-time. Is~tmn. A murth down pass, John stop Danny West, the fleet Sno-[ Arlirwton kicked off to start[Jacbsn to Pat Connacher, froml homish scatback with a 200 plus[the se~'ond half and Howard|the eight yard line gave Arling- game yardage, and stop him they[~)rom,,tl,, returned it for 72 -ards[tn a touchdown midway in the] Solid heads, fine for bol did. West:AcHtOc ~ *" '~ion'U' f out managed~, n ' :~nd(1 l~omancetablePiCk toUP~ht/o 24[~ndnk[[ ~:--"~"|1, serve' ~" t~uchdown_ ....... " o o~Bur~duff~ cn'.~tna h , ~hnrt" [secondl l?~T]g~rs,Week,sPeriodResults:,t,~Connacher" swept i SaveSLunCh~rs, Box,~ easyJ&R,y." spreadlng.*K~. Made.. with25 / ~AV~ZSO~ ~ "" |.|~b~j~k|,''' ' '.,~H,H _ ~[U_II [IUUI |~...,. * * " ,.Lbvegetab'e'ing or slaw.' An-economiajar Lb..~j~," ~, yards for the full game, and waSlv,~,,d 'rod it was 20 ~o 0 A re]left end for the try and theI lucky to get those. This week Ar-| ,(~,~ed~ fumble in the same nelEaglds had a 7 to 0 lead t lington will have to stop not[~~io~ set the sta~e for MethylS's| Both teams put up a stiff de-t nly ne man but tw big""'nete~n yard ~'~n and cnver[fense during the remainder f] ~ .~/~\ ~T ix~. ~ ,~a~ts~s 's"Lh'~JC! FspCYou~is.aa~Sar~ bruising backs and a passing at-["~..~. ;.~,.-, [the game. Snohomish failed tol tack as well..The big Seaha h [^";'~"*~""'s~'~" ...... ~,,,-~t s,~-~ ..... *~'~fh .......... ~till[threaten ,serlusly' driving, tO,e / ~~ ~sx~eei!'~..~ ~Z~-ID "~ (~S ~ best quant~ ~t~rm'sU, club, much b~gger than Sno O'~ ..... tha~ ,~h.... and ~,,ai,~ thev lArhngtn s twenty late m th ] mish, features the running of[~,~"~-/ o"ed.'~fiiT'tX~e Gwarfitthird period. Arlington got their 1~'~ Duane Berentson and Don Fran-[scorec~~ a~dd 'Renfror~a converted Isecond touchdown march going l ein and the passing arm of PatJ'ar ~h,~ noint Co~ot~ l.on ~odland]midway in the final period. Pow- ~z~TO. 2 ~iTetta,, r~__ \ _ '~C -'~o~ ~ ~[~.~~,~x\\ Adams. Anacortes has wins over/ ,ept' h s' ne (and-(fle-i agie slered by runs by Connacher and Oak Harbor, Ferndale, Mpunt[ egan to'maret] Arlington drovelLyle Nysether, Arlington droveI vernon ~warysvme, anu a~euro- n~ far thoir first touchdown}tO the ~nonomish eighteen. Mon-I ' " 2 34 var ........................ Woo!ley losing an upset 24 to 01of ~ ....... n.nnv James hit-]te Ne-os scored from there on a] ~l~ard~ht LAanrar?e~nm h::rmhe dP~n~Y / tingv t asCi~ ~st~:/t? a 1 f t" T h e ] !~ Jt ~:~i~g~n~ ~i2~~o~~ l~" -~ Cge numberYwo team in the loop,[ Once again Coach Ed Kors-[~ish had the ball in micifield as[ ' leven rankin boen's fight squad put up a~ Vaughn ~eber s e . . ;g| ................. Ithe game ended_ I behind Edmonds m Mumzza's]game oatue, .out t,,e me~.p~-I. ----------------o /rienced Eagmts were no matcn ' ~,,.,.q....,.,,~,o.,,..~..,.....~, book , . o . - , a~ vx~xx-x vv .o$. ~-a~.~.~UP- I for their powerzu~ opponents. W~th still a chance to gain a[ ........ i n ot down to[ STANDINGS: portion of the league title, Ar-|~hen~rnsme APrPl~Sg~n g~ore than[Team WonLost PF PAl lingtonwill open up with allL... ..... ir own The Eaelets still]Edmnds ............ 4 0 96 43t their Kuns in the coming tray.l{'e*uut%_.._.." ...... ~'~ ..... ~.,anacortes .......... ~ * ~ / Cottage Cheese Zoo23' Anaeortes will have to do a little[.nave,a tong w~y to~ ~_~'~',Sm)homish ... 3 1 78 72 1-Lb. I$ . tackling and blOCKing oe~Ore ....... stopping of their own, what wtthL,,,,;" workhorse back Tomm,,]ARLINGTON ......3 1 71 381 .... triple threat Dick Borseth plung- ~2-'~..'~t...n ,.m ho ' ~hlo t~]Burlingtn .......... 2 2 62 65 ing John Larson, speed mer-[~,;m~l~. [Sedro.Woolley ..1 3 40 72 VACUUM PACKED. A GOOD DRINK ANY TIME. FRESHER BY DAYS. 1-LB. CAN S5e. chant,, . Mary. ,,Taylr'. and. the]. l -v,-s-*,'v""'~'h~ 'rh"'gn" rat"h'~ ~2 [Munt Vernn -0 4 64-,.,~-~.~-v, v~.....~. - , . 109] Edwards Coffee $1 65 M~ghty Mzte, J~m Cornmg, a i|~,~ ~,,~ot~ ,,m n~v Monroe Jr.~Marysvtile .......... 0 4 34 87] ready, willing, ex-j~;~'~.,*~,~f~;**,.~'~t th~ tiltlLast |BELAIR FROZE:~ @ Can" plode for touchdowns without[~* ~:' '~ ":'~-~ _~_"'?,?'~v'~,,'~,L ~he/ ARLINGTON 27 Snohomish 6 at ~tarnng at p.m. it ill o~ , m much urging. Jerry Carter, P | .................... r" for[Edmonds 31 Mount Vernon 12 L e 0 H a Qe s...s. . , tarsi nlgllt gi:tllllc~ lit IlIDtU ff ~ . Connacher, John Jacobson,Lyle ~,.~.t.. lr i-li ~l~v~n andl Anacortes 26, MarysvHle 14 an A---s~,-- - ............ , --- - Nysether, Lyle Lmdqmst,Monte[,..,, ~; ........ t~ a chance to] Burhngton 2a, Sedro-Woolley monej, time and labor Rich faerie ~)ndkJaCk tLarson~,all ca ....s. ~. .... in Vitamin C. " ~r~l~rl~ I~V nI~ QI. ~l~ rgn~,b~ee thee bys m actin" | Game~ This Friday: 6-Oz. O J_.~/_ 12-Oz .~,, "" |||~ --- are eager to see a " . P ' . 'It ,. . o / , [ ARLINGTON., :mac3rtes Can ~'~l~ Can .'~C SUNNYHILL GREAT NORTHERN, AN A~PETIZING AND NUTRITIOUS VEGETABLE couSparketheningtdmate.Eaglesbed bbb (?enterJhnDanCUldDenmsJhnsnLarry'again" Olson,hls" OrruibelArlmg tOn DeOnas tO ! Snhmish at Burlingtnltala.|p| |__., 3 ............... b:var H g g rveSl/Game[ Mountsedro.WoolleYof Vernonthe Weekatat MarysvilleEdmonds Whde" 8euns . . . 25" line backer on defense, willI In one of the few times that| Once again the Arlington -~'q~U~~'~ . @ . cause the Anacortes b a c.k s;lan 'Arlington second, team has|. .Eagles w]'ll ~artmK-~) ' "hate m" the ...... ' INSTANT, 3, DELICIOUS FLAVORS. EASY TO PREPARE AND SO GOOD TO EAT.. : trouble. At the tackle spots Dmk played under the l~ghts. . ,. . , the Ar'/No~thwestLea~,ue's~ameofthe~. Royal Pudd,nas 3/25 Schuh and Lynn Khne will hola|dngton Reserves will take on the[week The Eagle versus Anacor- BI~-VERLY ' ~i~ forth. Kline has earned his start- Everett Seconds in an arc light : vi "~ '~ f | [tes Hit x ll be the hLhh~ht o e~ . ~ Pkg. ing berth with his offensive et-,contest this coming Monday|lhe Friday ~rid fare The Sea. forts while Sehuh came up withlaight, October 26, at 7:30. ThiSlhawks will enter the contest a reanu~ uuRer HIGHWA~Y, EASY TO PREPAP~. SERVE WIT~H MELTED BUTTER. . one of iris better games last ,ame was scheduled to permit one h ow fay " hut the I , . . ] -touc d n onte, ~ Easy to; spread.Chunk style or ~ m ~ ~ ~l~ j[~ ] .~ J~_ week This week the ends wHi be parents to observe their boys in E-ule " t he short end - - . . . [ . ._a~ shke o beont creamy. Childrenlove it in their |ll~ ~[n~~ ~~~ 16-Oz. -~/~$ hustling, what w~th Dmk Ermk-]actmn, players who are on thelof the odds so don't sell then" son once again on the available way up and haxe not yet quite ' o ~a e wili I . ]short. Another to .. m, lunch box;~_Z ~llUl ~l~ll II~Mll~ Can ~I~/==~'~ ~st h r~ck~on out of actmn the made the Ea~le vars~t l". ~' " " ~ Y- [find the Panthers of Snohomish ~J~C ast three weeks will have to Coach Ralph Pistoreses re-linvadin~ th~ lair nf the Burlin~- .~._._. _ " Pustle Gerald Hendry, con-] squad is undefeated in four[ton ~w-ith Snohomish f~- Kraft Caram, verted tackle and Rudy Thom-] ,arnes this season. The Eagles vored by a hair Mount Vernon real mayonnaise, i~,~e sen, smashing wingman. Daveltaave walloped Snohomish twice, will climb out of the cellar wit~ 1 s The Devotell also wants back in, it[32 to6 and 13 to 0, took Ed-la win over Marvsville although wandoWwaheS,read qt. Jarc ~:a.~__ ~._~- [I .... | dFOrnC~oraem:ol ;rPeP~e~e should be something to see,|monds 33 to 12 but were held to the Tomahawks" are 'playinga watching the four struggle for 0 to 0 deadlock by Twin City. Thelbetter brand of ball of late and Wright's Bread[ i, b. ~oUo~U~Pe~c~te~%m~aYd~am~'ro~se.r~oSuapo~nsUan~)~l 1-Lb. ~QC the two spots. [abilities of the Everett club are could upset someone before theLucerne, wtth Vitamin DUdded }g'~c | ~,...'.J'" 2S-LB. BAG ~'~ Og'~' | Pkg. (.J~t~ ,, Arlington, becoming known asiunknown., 'but from .the vastlseason is over. Edmonds will Homogemzed Milk aft O~ l.Og I C The Spoilers,' should be alsource ot Prayer mater ml the,tune up for their next week's an"- Ban touchdown underdog in this bat-]~eaguu. ~econas snoula more battle at Snohomish with an easy '~" '" ........... ~..~~~ltnan nmatne]r own. , [waltz through the Sedro-Woolley I Reach for the Sympwith Plentyof Always have some barsh !~------"~ I~Z::~llj]~[[kll~:::~ll~I Coacn ristorese will prooably Cubs , - "---- fuse the following players in his "------------o TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT SAFEWAY I Real Manle Sugar! Buynow for the Halle .~ . .~ ,,~ I lineup: I In Arlingten ~- Phone 1344 I /~1:--.~------ ~" ~ treats. ~c sizes. ' " ~.*~.~J.~v~ | Jack Larson, Lyle Nysether,] KILLOUGHCLEANERS CONSOLE TV SET I !!L' 8o?c l,~'~$r~~ |Pat Connacher, John Jacobson.I for G E 21'' ..... Dave Dezotell, Duane Smith, EdI EXPERT CLEANING ....... " " " Porseth, Dale Hurn, Gary buskin,I -------------c Roxbury y oe z'=,o ~.,c ,~, cat Mat. 2 ~.m. Bill Kline Ron Forshier, Lyle[ CARD OF THANKS No obligerUons--Noihing to buy:'Come in today I Choc Drops . .~]~g ....... ~ ............. ~ Lindquist, Gary Mose, Monte] We wish to express our thanks I ~ ~I~~ Roxbury assorted flavors." 24 Ness, A1 Vroman, Dick Hughes, l for the lovely party and many to get your Free Ticket." I Gum Drop '.l-lb pkg TNU.-FRI.-SAT, - OCT. 22.23- Wes Rosenbach, Dee Roberts,[gifts given to us before we left. ........ n De,my Uammerly Wayne Rich-lThey meant so much to both of " ~ x...,~-~_-'~I.~ l~xbury sweet and chewy. ' . , y reake, Bob Parker, lus.--Mr, and Mrs. Glen Simkins. ADDITIONAL I~ TIIDUI:I I right, reade, uraage m~e, es .Vk,: , "MAN BEHIND THE Charles Williams, and Rudy[ ~" 13 1 _ ~ they melt in your mouth 31 -lb C Roxbur assortd hard candies* " TTlkT'' Johnson. ~. ~ ~ AWARDS . . UIII[ILI 20-Lb. Bhd~ I ........ ~ .... '/2 " ~'~{[~ 1.. ' .... .--.- -=-- - -, ----- I rarm ureau 1o _ I rAm axma ,ux . . kg. Oa Satin lVlXx .. l-lb plug . ~. Je. Anacortes will be praying on~ -heir home lot, they have all},,,,,,** P, .,am SAVE 8c on PARADE , . L,,,ON'S Color by Technicolor much better team than Snoho-I .......... ~---- mish, are bigger and have more, The S~homish CountyFarm The sen :: INewHeavyDuty Tomato, Vegeta SUN.-MON .... OCT. 25-2~ horses It will be a struggle from[Bureau will hold their third an-ay rod c, Noodle Sou . ,~ ~_ the opening whistle and a point[nual convention in the veterans When you're in Safeway this week-end ~ ~ender, cut =up. or p ~..:~.\ ~ ~ ~ _~. d~ could be the margin. We would/ttall, Marysville, on Tuesday, "~~~ hate to earn our living predict. IOct. 27, the session to begin at besure roger your PAl~ADErnoney car~ ~~~v~" .... ~--///~O~ worth 8~ toward purchase o* box of " ,deal for home ~OO licqotus mesy Lots of te ~~~ .~k ing the'outcome~ of a game like[10 a.m. . from a checker Token on ~his card is :': ...... lb 10-oz ave. A uick eas way to a h0 w freezers or Sun t ~~~ ~i this so may the best team win The session will deal with the ~~ /~./~/,~ nourishin~ e~ noodleS, r,s o z dinn r g ~j~~~ and that team be Arlington. Ov.'[agricultural program of the Unit- ~Am~Dy:o~e2~ PA~AVE m~k~. ygur cleaner. ~/_~Q ~.~ caseRll 7~ deem your coupons. ~i~~'~~ erconfidence will be Arlington's ed States Department of Agricul- Large 29e Giant ~ "~/~" .... ot z2 ...... ~ 2-OUNCE PKG. ~~.~~ ! worst enemy this coming Friday. ture, and all farmers interested ,'*.- fir[ ~ are urged to be present, whether ilrild 'i,i ~iii~13! ~ Go~od~~L 2__._____ I ~m%,l~'_~. -n! t~ .I I', %. members or not. / t,lotmng t, ommluee The essential problems of the ~%,\~k~'~ j; ..... farmers of Snohomish County ~,~\~~~.f A,k. ~lr ||~n~J~l~trl will be formed into resolutions ~'}~~V/! ,,w ,.,.-i ........... to be subnaitted to the State Dr-~ ~1111~11~.~_. I/ ~virs. ~eima Alexander, chair- Farm Bureau c--vonton which ,/ of the Clothi com- win convene in ;h man; Was ., .~ ~P.-.~,J~.~A~ m]ttee, states mat a conecnon on Nov. 15-19. ~'~" .~ ~//y~T#l~g of clothing made ,!n be: There will be a potlucl~ lunch ,i ~b,~,~,.t .... ,~,,~.~ nal~ oz me neeay m]s zan ana at noon - SKINNED HAMS . . . 'K_ 39 . " " . nter. Anyone having articles o------------- 12-Oz -~ ~'~ , i of clothing to donate should con- ~ ~ . ~ I~| *g .M~ I '/C Fresh, whole or half le~, makes a delicious roast. ,~. ~ t~ - ' tact her at 1411, or take them to 1OO Late m uasslIy ---- ----- TUES WED OCT 27 28 the " ..... " P.T.A. meeting Monday eve- ~ ~ ~ ~ LEG OF PORK .... lb. 57c STA~XST Ronol~ Reagan, Rhonda Fleming ning, Oct 26th. General Electric Auto Washer--- SNOWDRIFT Armour's Banner Brand. Serve bacon and eggs often. in o latest modei--used 10 months SL!CED BACON "TROPIC ZONE' ---condition li e new--$1 50 , . . lb. 67c r Delicious sandwiches OBITUARY complete, ttenry Murray, Ar- F~l~,l~6%~, ~r~w~ss~. ads. Ford quick lington. For all Cooking, Baking and Fry- Dr. r . . Ib 73c meal. Action, Romance Color by Technicolor Fresh eow for sale---S100. O~er- ing, BEEFR IB ~/~.o,. Wm O. Kroeze, R. 3, Arlington. c ROAST . . . lb. 63c THU.-FRI.-SAT. OCT. 29-30-31 --BIG DOUBLE BILL-- Joseph Cotten. Shelley Winters in "UNTAMED FRONTIER" Story of Feudal West Color by Teehnicolor ---Plus--- Jeff Chandler, Scott Brady Suzan Ball "YANKEE BUCCANEER" Adventure on Spanish Main Color by Technicolor ANNA OLINE BRENDEN Anna Oline Brenden, 78, 412~ ~5th Ave. S .W., Seattle, died Sat- urday afternoon in a Seattle hos- pital after a lingering illness. Mrs. Brenden was born in Nor- way Dec. 1, 1874 and had resid- ed in Seattle and Arlington the l past 30 years. She was a mem- ber of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Arlington. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Mabel Frisinger of Arling- ton; 3 sons, Herman A., Orvin E. and Carl E., all of Seattle; and eleven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held today, at 2 l~.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, with Rev. E. E. Sandvig officiating. ~urial in Ar- lington Cemetery under the di- rection of Moll Funeral Home. Christmas and Occassional Cards. Bernice Seymour, 416 5th St. Brand New Bedroom Suite--La- test style---S99.50. Henry Mt~r- ray, Arlington Extension Table--Brand new-- finished in natural varnish-- $19.50. Henry Murray, Arling- ton. Brand New Floor Lamps---Latest style ~ IES socket -- beautiful shades---S12.95 complete. Hen- ry Murray. Arlington FOR SALE---Arts and Crafts ar- ticles. The Elliott Christmas Shop, open Nov. 1st to 30th. Silvana Terraces, 3 miles west of Silvana. RE6. 24 BATH 33c SIZE SIZE Boxril Beef, has many uses. Bo'Ulon Cubes 2/33 Airwick Deodorant 59 .... Boil. Aerowax. easy polish wax. ~'c Liquid Wax, DO Can Old Dutch, d~dorlzes Dutch Cleans. ,4-o Can Twenty Mule Team. 33c Borax Powder 2-lb. Pkg. Centennial, for breakfast, lunch & dinner 51 Pancake Flour Ba," SUNBRITE TREET Foams away grease Handy for quick sandwiches Packed tantly. No rubbing. scrubbing stay fresh. la.Oz. 9/O . l .Oz. Cm~ ~o~ Can Prices effective ~riday and Saturday, October 23rd in ArHngton,~N~sale~s to dealers.