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Dick Erickson in the center spot, (According to Grade) At DARRINGT()N MILL lx6, $4S; lx6 Tongue and Groove; lx8 Shiplap; lxl0 $4S. PHONE 121 - 7 Dick Borseth and Dave Quall at the forward positions, and Tom- my Erickson holding down one of the guard spots. Ludwick opened the season with Darrell Bergam, the next game it was Jim Corning, against Nooksack it was Dick Schuh. All three had one thing in common, none of them scored in their starting game. Schuh, who had counted nine and ten points as a reserve, failed to hit the scoring column, Coming has counted in every game but the one he start- ed, while Bergam has failed to connect at all. All three have points in their favor, Corning having a never-say-die spirit, Bergam being an excellent ball handler, and Schuh having height. Against the Cubs this Friday night, Ludwick will send his un- derdogs J, nto the fray with Corn- ing again getting a chance to win the fifth berth. Little is known about the Cubs. They have fair size and score rather well. Van Putten and Raser are two'~ell known athletes per- forming for the invaders. Fifth man or not, the Eagles ................................ will take to the floor shortly af- ter 8:15 to open their league season this Friday night, Dee. 18. Reserve teams of the two schools open the evening's play at 7:00. Arlington will follow this con- test with another Northwest League contest at Edmonds next Tuesday night, Dee. 22, and will JUNCTION SHOULTE ROAD AND HIWAY 99 play Mount Baker at Arlington, a r~on.league opponent, the fol- ]bwing night. Wednesday, De- cember 23. O Arlington Shooters I Outpoint Snohomish The' Arlington Rifle shooters squeezed out a narrow victory over a surprisingly strong Sno- homish team last Thursday night, Dec. 10, by a 1888 to 1884 score. i USED ' Electric Range, Cah'od units, as is .......... $10.00 Trash Burner, white enamel 10.00 TISSUE Gingham Bathroom .......................................... 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ROLLED OATS Alber's ............ 9s't EGGS Strictly Fresh, Grade A Medium ............................ Doz. MILK Darigold 2 "" .................................... Can Centennial Silk Sifted UR[ SAL 25-LB. SACK 50-LB. SACK '98 Meal Master 0fl Range .................... 35.00 25 Kitchen Chairs, red and black Ea. 1.49 30 Dinnette Chairs, from ........... : .... Ea. 3.95 10 Tables, from .... ............... 12.95 Unpainted 4-drawer Chests, cedar ........... 14.95 Unpainted Bunk Beds w/ladder ............ 19.95 Child's Table w/2 benches .................. 2.98 Felt Mattresses, double $14.95 ......... single 11.95 Box Springs and Spring-filled Mattress-- single or double ....................... 47.50 9x12 Linoleum Rugs ......... .............. 6.95 Exceptional values in sofas, chairs, davenos, cocktail tables, chrome sets, lamps, bedroom sets, etc. Your old furniture taken in trade. Open daily and Sundays from 10:00 a,m. to 9:00 p.m. You'lt ve More at Shield's Hiway Store The local shooters, being a little off form, were plenty wor- ried about losing this one and three erossfires added to the confusion and excitement. Clayton Grant was high man l~ for Arlington with 383 and Eu-[~ JAP TYPE gene Reed led the losers with 382.[~ TANGERINES . . lb. 10c Arlington--The scores were as follows: ,wlt~OFLORIDA PINKS .. ." 4 2 Clayton Grant ..... .'. ................. 383]~ Chet Bluemke .... : ................. 3821~ GRAPEFRUIT . for 5c Barney Brenne ...................... 3771 Ben Knudson ........................ 373]~ F~INCY NO 1 Gil Russell ................. . .......... 373 WEET POTATOES lb. 10c Total ........................................ 1-~ O HZAVr ~za'rZD CALIF. ~nohomish--- CELERY Ib 10c Sugene Reed .......................... 382 . . . . Bernard Crammer ................ 380 CALI FORNTA: Charles Lincoln .................. 378 Larry Wickstrom 377 CUCUMBERS each 10c Sam Mars .............................. 367 * " * ' Total ........................................ 1884 o RUBBER STAMPS Arlington Ptg. Co., Phone 493 FIRM, DRY ONIONS . . . . . 6 Ibs. 25c FERG'S DELICIOUS .. ~g:~ FERG'S REAL CHICKEN TAI~IAL ES . . . 8:a FERG'SIMEXICAN STYLE ! Im | "OZ. " CHIIJCO ~ :. 16~, I~TR~ 'S CHICKEN SPREAD. .3 3/4 ga Prices effective at Arlington on Dee. 18 and 19.-- unconditionally guaranteed. No sales to dealers. We right to limit. ~OOOOOO000000000,OOeOOO@O@@@O0