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m  I-1 iJan" 11,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash__,@ Page Ftve Sultan Timber Sale Rated Most Valuable mSxt;:lnuPrce::e:::::dtnWn:otioie&apos; Vottuhh? 81ST'he sale containing the largest volume of K a re n Sam son were approve*or sa, e o o.ur, ..,, **mer * *e Oar,ou a*e ,ooto, m**o' ,aLerman Services at the monthly meeting of the Board of Natural northeast of Ellensburg in Kittitas County. It Resources, Commissioner of Public Lands Bert offers 9.3 million board feet of timber appraised L. Cole, announced, at $119,291.50. The state is selling 74.6 million boardfeet The KunamakstsaleinJeffersonCountytsthe Promoted Are Held of timber appraised at $1,650,390 50, located in most unusual sale requiring the use of "Sky- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Poindexter have moved 13 counties, line" or "Skycrane" type of equipment due to Karen Haberman, Kel- from Duvall to Carnation. Dave is custodian Cole reported the most valuable parcel being the rough terrain. It offers 9,230,000 board sty and Pike Streets, John Sampson, 78, of at Tolt High School. offered, the Bridge sale, is located approxtmat- feet of timber valued at $100,045 and is the first has been promoted to Everett, the father of ****** ely 25 miles northeast of Sultan and offers 7.9 such sale to be offered by the state on the the position of cost- Mrs. A1 (Norton) Skar- The ladies of the Bridge Club met with Betty million board feet of timber appraised at $305,- Olympic Peninsula. Clark for luncheon before their afternoon of bridge. ****** Tired Businessm Rand and James McMeins have moved from Nelsons Register York-Farms' en the Ammerman Ranch where they have lived Nelson Brothers of breeders each year. the past six years to Carnation. They are Monroe will have the Over 46,000now on file nvJted II.TA M Je Jog now living with their father, Walter McMetns, exclusive use of the are used to give dis- CWO 2 Navy, retired, prefix "York Farms" tinctive names to ****** in naming all register- homebred cattle. Has- Monroe Jaycees have a unique adventure in in business admintstra- had been an Everett tea- Miss Ltnda MeMeins of Seattle spent the ed Holstein dairy ant- ervation and use of store for townspeople January 20 in a mile- tton from Central ident for 61 years. He holidays visiting her grandmother, Mrs. W. reals bred in that herd. these prefix names be- long jogging program to promote physical fit- Washington State Col- attended Bethany Tem- J. Ammerman and sister Melonie. This prefix name use came an active mere- hess and kick off National Jaycee Week. lade. She was first as- ple Church and was a ****** has been granted by bershlp requirement in Jogging will begin at 7:30 a.m. at the Masonic signed as accounts pay- charter member of the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips are new leaders Holstein-Friesian As- 1965. Temple on South Lewis Street and follow a pre- able leader and in De- Sons of Norway. of the Hilltop Wranglers 4-H Horse Club. sociation of America By using a prefix determined one-mile course, alternating walking camber, 1965 was pro- In addition to his ****** and has become a part name for his animals, and Jogging for distances of 100 yards each. rooted to production ac- daughter here he ts The Women's Civic Club met last Thursday of official breed rec- the purebred Holstein The course will be charted from the Masonic countant-paper. In May survived by his wife, with 18 members present. Hostesses were ords at the organizat- breeder establishes a Temple to Blakely on Fremont, down Blakely f 1967 she waspromot- Grethe; another daugh- Liz Hackenbruck, Ruth Patrykts and Eleanor ion's headquarters in "trade mark" which to Powell, on Powell to Sums Street and up Sums ed to assistant cost tar, Miss Gloria Samp- Walker. Fern Johnson was the only guest. Brattleboro, Vermont. is used in all published to Main Street. accountant-paper, son, San Jose, Caltfor- Rosella Ammerman presented a very interest- More than 2500 pre- Information concern- "The joggers will then struggle back to the Mrs. Haberman is nta; three sons, Sig of tug program on mink, 'From Kits to Coats.' fixes are reserved for ing the performance of lodge where awards will be presented at a public marrted to John Haber- Everett, Con of Kirk- The February meeting will be devoted to the registered Holstein his dairy animals, pancake breakfast," Dean Harniss, chairman, man, a biology teacher land and Ray of Ever- annual 'White Elephant Sale.' and Ken Faulkner, co-chairman, announced, in Monroe High School. ett; three brothers, Ca- L. E Jochimsen, publicity chairman, said the Mrs. Haberman is a car Veland, Bergen, Basketball  Instant entire family is invited to Join in. native of Snohomtsh and Norway, AndrewSamp-  Queried Jochimsen: her husband is from son, Snohomish, and "Is that suit Just a little snug? Is each day Ellensburg. Sverre Veland, Ber- 10 just alittle dreary andgray? Are you tired Lunch gen; nine grandchildren Friday Nite and listless ? and two great-grand- REG. Jochimsen's answer was to "jog that feeling children. Potatoes away." Awards, as yet unnamed, will be presented Menu to winners in various unnamed categories. Monroeites Monroe At Sultan Jan 12 DiscountAt Larry's JANUARY 15 thru 19 Johnson Service Held OOA: **, Win Honors Jumbo Spaghetti with Ground Mrs. Leona A. John- sons, Maurice * and Beef, Hot Garlic But- At EWSC R ch Egg 49 son, 68, Everett, moth-George Howell, both of tared Bread, Buttered Two Monroe High an s doz. er of Floyd Howell of Snohomish, and Dr. D. Green Peas, Frosted School graduates, Char- Route 2, died January W. Howell of Everett; Chocolate Cake, Milk, lea E. Fowler and Angel 7 in an Everett hos- six sisters, Mrs. Orange Juice. Orville W. Thorp, both pital with servtcesheld Olive Ertckson and TUESDAY: Beef Am- Betty C ke 49 Wednesday in Everett. Mrso Marjorie Rice, adtne, Buttered Whole now students at East- ern Washington State roc r She was born Nov. 6, both of Everett, Mrs. Kernal Corn, Bread College, have been 1899 in South Dakota Lela Smith of Ed- and Butter, FruttSauce named to the EWSC Centennial and had been a resid- monds, Mrs. Lila Rain- Milk ant of Snohomish water of Snohomtsh, WEDNESDAY: Home fall quarter honor roll. Fowler, son of Mr. County for the past Mrs. Miriam Ander- made Chili with Meat, and Mrs. Hood C. Fow- $Jlk-$00eJ:0u aTlf*nA 0 years. Mrs. John-son of SeattleandMrs. Soda Crackers, Apple ler, now of Seattle, is LaChoy ...... ' '< :  son operated a nursing Murtel Currier of Slices, Hot Rolls with a freshma n music ma. home in Everett for sev- San Jose, California; 5 Butter, Peanut Butter Jor at EWSC. Thorp, eral years, brothers, Glenn Weeks Cookies, Milk a Junior, is the son of Chicken . Survivors, in addition of Marysville, Dale THURSDAY: Pizza Harold N. Thorp, 139 $1.09 " to her son, Floyd, are Weeks of Seattle, Or- Burger, Buttered Green Wood St., and is ran- her husband, Martin villa Weeks of Belfatr, Beans, Bread, Butter, Joring in business ad-' Chow Mein Discounf Af Larry's ters,Jhnsn;Mrs.three daugh-Harold EverettEverett Weeksand Cecilf OrangeCCanut Cake,Juice. Milk, ministration. (Alice) Rainwater of Weeks of Monroe; 25 FRIDAY: Macaroni reg. 59 Everett, Mrs. Dorothy grandchildren, 8 great and Cheese, Cabbage Hawaii Club DiscounfAfLarry's I',lla,arao ,.  Spray Starch 49 Bates and Mrs. Viola grandchildren andnum- Coldslaw, Bread and Thornes, both of Sno- erous nieces and nap- Butter, Mtncemeat-Ap- Elects homlsh; three more hews. ple squares, Milk pkg. 2/49 wscs Hears Squash Hubbard Lb. 3,, . Engstrom -$1 Peas  onoe *or , Twelfth Century Eastern Washing. Oran esa o  - Split Gn 2 kbs. 25 Prayer At Meet State College, Joel N. Engstrom, has been el- Lira Beans 69 Woman's Society of acted treasurer f the TREESWEET reg. tin a Large 2 Lbs. Christian Servtce mem- EWSC Hoaloha 0 Ha- bars met last week in wait Club, an organiza-  gAran-e Juice - B i a" Se a" 49 the Fellowship Hall of tion of Hawaiian 19 the Methodist Church students and others in_ r e Milford 5 Lbs. with Mrs. Vernon Fyke, terested in the 50th ----------'---------------------:------:::::::::::-=::::-::= president, opening the state. Libby 4/$1 meeting with a twelfth Engstrom, son of Mr. Libby " 39 s ,tcto,, 0 oe,u prr o,, rs o, o S Corn Beef Hash Francis of Assist. strom, is a graduate of The group sang "How Monroe High School. Libbys .oz. 4/$1 Ore*our* ew .e*m.r,.,,o.,o L-,IjU|;LyS reg. 29 2/49 Pineapple Ju|e ly added hymn to the and T.V. and is work- Vienna Sausage recently revised Meth- tug for a bachelor of odtst Hymnal. arts degree. Lib 59 Zee 3/$1 Mrs. Wayne Nettles Beef Stew redo 63 Giant Towels sang the contralto so- bar, who showed slides ....... -------:----:------------"-- SERVICE IS ONLY PART los: "I Believe" and nd gave a dialogue of 12 Qt INSTANT MILK OF THE EASTSIDE STORY "He", accompanied by her visit to the Holy Mrs. Burton Country- Land. Darigold $109 =, Dessert luncheon was Presenting the pro- served to 23 members gram was Mrs. Rich- and guests by hostess- ard Arnold, Congreg- es Mrs. William Hege- The-H'ome of U.S.DIk. Prime TALL MILK : attonal Church mem- wald and Mrs. Nettles. Darigold 4/69 BUFFET DINNER ;U-STOM CUTTING iS OUR SPECIALTY. - Save At Larry's . accountant-paper for berg of Route 2, suc- Scott Paper Company in cumbed in an Everett Everett, announces hospital January 4 with Robert I, Thieme, Scott services held in Everett Coast general manager. Saturday. Mrs. Haberman joined A retired logger, Mr. Scott in April, 1965, Sampson was born in after receiving her Bergen, Norway on bachelor of arts degree November 30, 1889, and CARD OF THANKS ...... Words cannot express FORREST BROOK By HYGRADE ==================================================== All you can eat my thanks and apprec- iation to my dear friends and neighbors ucon s,,oo,. Oe, o49 Comet Regular Cleanser 6/$1 Every Sunday starting Jan. 7 for your gifts, flowers. cards and visits dur- ing my stay at Provid- HYGRADE-Fully Cooked SPORTSM the S CArE ence Hospital and at Pknks 391 " " EN m,,ome. . ounsnlne Choc. Ch,pCook,es ZY(;  I especially wish to ' ==.:=j=-__=:-=_-__==___:__=======:========== thank Rev. Richard I TIN 98 inmO,,o =o, for hiShospttalmany 0000o,oe 00*eer Bee u'*-n ,o Steak 89 Keeper m,om. ROUND 5 Carrie Green FuH Cut LB. LB. 1 to 5:00 p.. No Waste - All Meat Boneless CRAWFORD Beef 78lHoney $2 Va riety of meats . . . Salads . . . O0 washers--dryers--motors STEWING LB. 794-7891 Homemade Rol Is . . . Desserts . . . VALLEY VIEW ROAD Monroe