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M0n0 Mine, Inc., Is developing what promises to be a large, profitable copper mine. If you would like to receive more infor- mation write to Joe Cashman, Geologist Mono Mine, Inc. P.O. Box 106 Index, Wash. 98256 Cats Scramble To Take Second Monroe Bearcats will week. were 10-12, 29-26, 50- Monroe led 16-13 at the have to do somescram- They scored thetrftrst 37 and the final 69-50. end of the first period, bling to win all of their win over Lake Stevens in In percentage play the dropped to 28-31 at the Cats shot 25 of 50 field end of the half, and remaining six games two years January 16 in and keep in contention a 69-50 clash Waddell throws for 50 per cent, trailed 41-49 at the end for second place in the termed as one of the best the bestfleldpercentage of the third period. league, now heldbySul- ball games played this this season. Theymade "The boys learned a tan, Coach Rod Waddell said after the Cats took one and dropped one last season. Quarter scores, with Monroe listed first, ;: National .... Beauty Salon ........................ ,.3' Week SPECIAL ij  Feb. 12-18 $17.00 Set\\;+'+'.j EI:::,; with Cut & - Brush & Curl ..,.....ff LO8-5911 Res: LO8-5720 Thriftwa, Shoppin Center-Snohomish 19 of 29 foul line at- tempts for 65 per cent, an improvement Wad- dell said, though the team would like to shoot at least 75 per cent. Individual scorers were Larry Ottlni, 20; Randy Olson, 11; Jim Armstrong, 15; Steve MaLean, 20, and Jim Law, 3. "It was a good team effort," Waddell said. "Olson and MaLean, the two guards, played out- standing ball and Arm- strong did a fine job on the boards." Though in Saturday's game with Stanwood the Cats lost 64-56, Wad- dell said it was still a good game. valuable lesson in this game," Waddell said. "They experienced the importance of momen- tum when late in the fourth period they pick- ed up 13 points to bring the score to within one point of Stanwood. "But then they turned the ball over a couple of times and lost some foul line shots and that made the difference tn the final score." Scoring for Monroe were Otttnt, 13; Olson, 7; Armstrong 18; Ma- Lean, 12; Dennis Kap- tetn, 2, andLarryPark- man, 4. Waddell said Monroe now stands in a tie with Langley for third place Feb. 1,1968, Monitor, Monroe Wash., Pae Five Happenings .... ' Round Duvo!l00 Iris Norman 788 -2444 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Mynhter of Rt. 1, Monroe, are the proud parents of a new little girl born on January 17. Carey Ellen weighed 5 pounds and 7 ounces when she was born. She joins 7 year old Pat. Grandparents are Mrs. Florence Scott, Rt. 1, Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Mynheir, Middletown, Ohio. Don't forget today's white elephant auction sale at the Duvall Library. Sale will begin about 2 pm. The ladies of the bridge club met with Betty Clark last week. Julie Orvis found she could still play cards despite her broken arm. behind Sultan and unde-, teated Stanwood. The first four league lead- ers will play in the tour- nament later this year. Waddell added that the J.V.'s continued their strong showing with their tenth straight win in pre-game action Food I 794-8404 Thursday - Friday - Saturday February 1-2-3 Blend Flour 10 Lbs. REG. $1.29 Discount At Larry's 79 Hen MATURE U. S.D.A. GRADE A 29 LB. IRVING'S MARKET Lge o Misson Noodles 29; Fergs 16 Oz. Coffee & Cookies Served Friday & Saturday 3/$I .+ 33 53 Discount At Larry's White King Powder 59 Chili C. Carne Oranges Geisha Mandarin Del Monte Reg. 303 Fru,t-- Cocktail Yosemite Reg. 303 Tomatoes Peas Reg. 303 Walla Walla --Luck- Reg. 303 Green Beans 4/89 4/89 4/89 LARRY'S IS SAY- ING FAREWELL TO MARTHA BLAIR WHO IS RETIRING SATURDAY AFTER 13 YEARS WITH THE FIRM. 4/89 6/89 Wess0n LGE. 39 Discount At Larry's Discount At Larry's Instant Potatoes PKG. Discount At Larry's 9 Orange Juice 10 Tree-Sweet Cream Lge. 1C, Banquet Pies Cool Whip reg. 23c Birds-Eye Peas - Broccoli - Limas 29 Ever Fresh 19 33 29 19 Fergs 16 Oz. White King ,qu, 39 Clam Chowder 4/$1 Lge. 2 Lbs. Bango Pop Corn 29 White Tuna Fish 4/$1 rZ23 Blue 3 Crescent Peppe Plate :,?. 00E00OOLICF, '+ Shrimp Discount At Larry s S&W Lge. 28Oz. ...... +'++" Bake Beans 3/$1 Sweet Potatoes 2,b,. 29 Silk Napkins ,. Large Avacadoes 2 For 39 Royal Pudding ,,.. Fresh Peanuts Pound 39 Lge. 2 1/2 Fancy Tomatoes Pkg 29 Fancy Apricots kge 2 1/2 Sun-Kist Oranges +Lb. $1 Stokelys Peaches Ten. ' Luncheon Meat.. 35 ,0,nds 39 t0-.es Large LimasL=. 69 D,scountAfLarry, Nabisco Toastettes 2/89 ANNIVERSARY SALE JILGS FINEST - PURE PORK Links . JILGS SMOKE - ROASTED ALL BEEF JILGS SMOKE-ROASTED Wieners LB. 49 JILGS SMOKE-ROASTED - WAFER SLICED Dry  1/2 Oz. Pkg. Beef /98 ALL MEAT - NO WASTE c,o,00o L,. 88 U.S+D.A. CHOICE STEER FULL CUT Round Steak ,. 88 HORMEL - LITTLE SIZZLER S_KINLES_S_-LINK 12 Oz, Pkg. Sausage 491 THRIFTY BY BAR-S SLICED Bacon  49 U.S.D.A. CHOICE STEER Roas+t ill