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. Scott Sales Go Up, C.Anderson Succumbs Former resident, Mrs. ed from Monroe High DHIA Rates M,Iler Herd H,gh Income Goes Down 65, Everett, died Jan-practicalnurse, shewas Celeste R. Anderson, School. A licensed The December report of the Snohomish County year old, two time milking, was owned by Simon Dairy Herd Improvement Association shows the Zylstra with 19,564 pounds of milk and 743 county average at 1132 pounds of milk and 43 pounds of butterfat. Others high in this age pounds of butterfat per cow with high herdhonors group were Cathcart Valley Dairy Farm, G. going to Waymon Miller of Route 1. M. Elliott, Monroe State Dairy Farm, Case These official records were compiled in ac- Lanting, Walman Farm, Stanley Faber, Pete cordance with the rules and regulations adopt- Zylstra and Son, R. E. Bartelheimer, Gale ed by the Snohomish County DHIA Board, Wash- Wallace, Ray Hagen, and T. A. Roetcisoender. ington State DHIA, approved and supervised by In the three year old class, high cow was the United States Department of Agriculture and owned by Hansen Brothers with 20,980 pounds Washington State University. of milk and 754 pounds of butterfat. Other High herd for those under 50 cows, in addition farms having high three year olds were Jack to Waymon Miller, 67 pounds of butterfat were Dodge, Monroe State Farm, Ricvtlle, Jack Pryor uary 16 in an Everett preceded in death by Scott Paper Company's sales for the year hospital with services her husband, Harold 1967 were $623,391,000, an increase of 5 per held in Everett Friday. Anderson, in Septemb- cent over 1966 though a decline of 11 per cent Mrs. Anderson, born er of 1967. She had in net income, according to Ben Hansen, corn- July,28, 1912 in Mon- been a residentofEver- munity relations manager for Scott's West Coast roe, attended schools ett for the past 18 Division. here and was graduat- years. Hansen said income declined to $48,341,000, equal after preferred dividends to $1.42 per common share. Net income in the previous year was $54,410,000 and earnings per share were $1.60. Harrison F. Dunning, Scott' president and chief executive officer, commenting on the sales and Open House Saturday & Sunday Steve Hottendorf, Snohomlsh, 56; AndrewBroder- of Stanwood, Duane Kuhlman of Snohomish, Case sen, Marysville, 51; G. M. Elliott, Arlington, Lanting, R. E. Bartelheimer, A1 Craven and earning figure, said: 51; RicvUle, Monroe, 47; T. A. Roetcisoender, Sons, Frank Bueler, Stanley Faber, Richard "The factors which adversely affected earn- Everett, 47; Ray McCarthy, Everett, 45; Ed Cabe, Laurence Brodersen, Fred Steen, T. A. ings were a depressed market for printing, Beetchenow, Monroe, 45; Richard Cabe, Monroe, Roetcisoender, Hennings Sylvan Jersey Farm publishing and specialty papers and a decrease 44; Melford Naas, Stanwood, 44. of Arlington, Walter DeJong. tn the earnings of Scott's foreign affiliates. High herds for those from 50 to 100 cows High four year old, three time milking, was Dunning added, however, that the firm is were Mark Prieto, Arlington, 53; Barr Farms, owned by McKennon Farm with 19,757 pounds of encouraged by the strong sales and earnings Monroe, 52; Royce Carlson, Arlington, 50; O1- milk and 798 pounds of butterfat. High four gains of trademarked lines of consumer and tver Nelson, Monroe, 50; Bill Thayer, Snohom- year old, two time milking was owned by Rt- industrial packaged products and expects the tsh, 49; Simon Zylstra, Monroe, 49; Nelson cvUle with 22,231 pounds of milk and 755 pounds improvement to continue in 1968. Brothers York Farm, Monroe, 48; Howard Rod, of butterfat. Others high in this age group were Stanwood, 48; Fred Steen, Marysville, 48; WU- A1 Craven and Sons, R. E. Bartelheimer, T.A. Judith Steffen Is Holstein Member liam Maas, Monroe, 47; Walman Farm, Snohom- Roetcisoender, Duane Kuhlman, George Stocker tsh, 47; Stucky Brothers, Monroe, 46; Henry of Snohomish, Skrinde Lervick Farm, Andrew Judith Ann Steffen, sociation of America. Graafstra, Arlington, 45; and Laurence Broder- Brodersen of Marysville, Fred Steen, Henry daughter of Mr. and The state had 10 sen, Marysville, 44. Graafstra, Frank Bueler, Monroe State Farm Mrs. Don Steffen of names among the 786 In herds of 100 cows or more high herds and Cathcart Valley Farm. Route 1, is among the individuals and firms were R. E. Bartelheimer, Snohomish, 55; Han- Top honors in the five year and over class, newly approved list of granted membership at sen Brothers, Everett, 52;SkrindeLervickFarm, in addition to Monroe State Farm, went to members admitted to the recent board of Snohomtsh, 50; Cathcart Valley Dairy Farm, RicvUle, Cathcart Valley Dairy, McKennon Farm Holstein-Friesian As- directors meeting. Snohomish, 49; Bob Rasmussen, Stanwood, 49; Hansen Brothers, HenryGraasftra, AndrewBrod- Pete Zylstra and son, Snohomish, 49; Case ersen, Ray Hagen, Frank Bueler, Howard Rod, Lanting, Arlington, 48; Frank Bueler, Snohom- Lloyd Barker, R. E. Bartelheimer, A1 Craven lsh, 47; Gale Wallace, Snohomish, 47; McKen- and Sons, Pete VanSoest, William Maas, George non Farm, Snohomish, 46; A1 Craven and Sons Stocker, Donald Steffen of Monroe, Bob Ras- Everett, 46; Monroe State Dairy Farm, Monroe, mussen, Barr Farm, Stucky Brothers, Case 46; Ray Hagen, Snohomish, 45; Pete VanSoest, Lanting and Hennings Sylvan Jersey Farm. Snohomish, 45; Stanley Faber, Arlington, 45; Lloyd Barker, Arlington, 44; Jack Dodge, Ar- C omi-'00 E ,, vents ... Walter DeLong, Monroe, 43. The top producing cow completing a 305 day Thursday St. Mary's Parish record this month was a mature grade Holstein Tualco Thursday Club meeting for ladies of owned by Monroe State Dairy Farm. This cow 12:30 p.m., at Tualco Monroe area churches produced 23,292 pounds of milk and 836 pounds Grange Hall. 8 p.m., St. Mary's Par- of butterfat. Dorcas Society of ish Hall. High two year old, three-time milking, was Evangelical Covenant TOPS Club, 10 a.m. owned by McKennon Farm with 16,964 pounds Church, 2 p.m., at 15116 - 180th Place S. of milk and 810 pounds of butterfat.. _High two church. E., Strawberry Lane. Service Counts ... Sylvia Boyd, a banking staffer with over 20 years of ex- perience, is just another reason why the Monroe Branch of Seattle First National Bank can give you the kind of service that really counts, quickly, efficiently and accurately. In front of the scenes Sylvia has a title of paying and receiving teller. Behind the scenes she also performs an invaluable service necessary to both our institution and the community as a whole: Sylvia is a reserve vault teller which means she has the responsibility of seeing that there is sufficient monies on hand to serve the community each and every day. She also plays a major role in our safety deposit system as many of you know who take advantage of this service. The management at the Monroe Branch of Seattle First National are extremely pleased to be able to have you served by such a trustworthy person as Sylvia Boyd. Your banking needs are in extremely good hands when you do business with Sylvia or any other Seafirst staffer. 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