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PAGE TWO Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Feb. 25. 1960 THE mOnROE moniTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomlsh and Snoquaimle Valleys, per year . ............... $3.00 Outside Monroe, Skykomish anc + Snoqualmle Valleys, per year __$3.50 Official Paper of Town of Monroe and Town of Skykomlsh Address all mail to PO Box 398, Monroe, Washington. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Ottlce at Monroe, Washington, under tha Act of March 3. 1879. I" Out of the Shadows--Into the Sunlight j Gibson's Monroe Bowl Reports: Valley League Results Rocking H J Ranch 18 10 Clarke Shell Oil 16 Oddfellows 16 12 Liquified Gas 15 Roesler Log 15 12 Carlson Welding 13 Northwest Breeders 15 12 Wolfkill Shur-Crop 12 Sky. Tree Farm 15 13 Newt's Chevron 7 Pilchuck Drive In 13 15 Schilaty Bros. 7 Sno King Dairy 10 13 STATISTICS Charles Refrig. 9 19 Jim Danielson 205-244 Bob Wieneke 203 LOCAL BRIERS Mr. and Mrs. Allan Magnusan, 337 W. Main St., were weekend guests in Centralia. "riley visited her father, Earl Davis. 11 13 A dead person may vote, legally, 15 if he marls an absentee ballot and 16 then dies before election day. 21 "Veto" comes from tim Latin 21 meaning "I forbid." 594 STATISTICS 559 in + ......................................................................... ++ fieurt HOWARD VOLAND ..................................................... Editor = . ..... -";/,?i i FUNERAL DIRECTORS I IkliLIMRiI= " ..... +'- "  "=:''+;"!:"::" ;:: ;" ;+. f " .*.- :* ' ..... "* ,fO, ...;: iMon. PY 61-n. ED 3-619]  : ... . i l Members of 1 PURPLE CRO PLAN m Frank Rocsler 203-200 570 Ralph Millbach ... Korky House 216 568 Eldon Furlong ... Bob Blomster 201 566 Vince Nelson _.. Bill Wagner 205 544 Bill Davis ... Jim Stansberry 200 532 Ar Boyle 209 Al Dearle ... 521 Reg. Owen ... Ed Beethcenow ... 506 Carlson Welding 898 Jeanne Sather 200 485 Eagles No. 1 .:. Dot Verlinde 200 485 Cat Prentice ... CASCADE LEAGUE Leonard Andrews ... Northwest Trophy 22 10 Harold Fischer Gene's Service 19 12Vz JUNIOR LEAGUE Pastime Tavern 19 13 Pythons 16 Flickners Drive In 16 15 Banshees 15 Eagles 16 16 Were Wolfs 14 Wagner Lumber Co. 14 18 Scorpions 11 Don Chevrolet 13 19 Vampires 9 GoAl and Son 8 24 Vikings 7 STATISTICS STATISTICS Bill Kroehl 220 581 Bill Faussett 183 Rudy Borchardt ... 560 Sandy Gibson 179 555 State Modernizes 551 Old-Fashioned Way 545 s34 O/Doing Business 525 The twentieth century now has 508 arrived in the state capital, as a ... result of strong leadership by 2578 Governor Rosellini. 506 Modern business techniques in he accounting field, more precise 505 ways of budgeting, and better 501 money controls before it is spent add up to dollars saved cud e/H- 8 iency increased. 9 In the License Department, 10 electronic processing machines have replaced old-style hand 13 methods meaning better service 15 for state citizens. By summer, 17 Washington will have the most modern licensing procedures in 493 tim U.S.! Watch for more progre'ss as 477 Democratic leadership brings your A Want Ad In the Mo-+tu, r., . Gene Predhomme ... 537 Rick Nelson 1_72 407 state government even more up to Results. i I Jake Lorentzen ... 531 ouay racon 170 424 date' Ifl -- m -- i --"--  I I N D E X N E W S N O T E S I Dale McCarty ... 523 VALLEY LEAGUE " . Don .Bus 210 510 Monroe Motel 18 10     . I l I ! 1. Errett Turner 200 505 Sportsnlens 16 12 Larry's 15 13 ".' "   : - 'J A new subscriber was added to cake supper on March 9. Burt Jellison ... 505 Monroe Realty 14 13  WASHINGTON'$  U  I the mailing list of the Monroe Mon- At 3 o clock on February 16 a EVERGREEN LEAGUE /    | itor this week--Mrs. Ernest Fide- Court of Honor was held at the Monroe Pack 19 9 Eag!es 13 15 , GOLDEN L -'-- +++ ..............   ! line school house for the Boy Scouts. Scott's Trophy 19 9 zomnsons 11 16 , nvnee ". /ili iiiil}::iiiii!iii :. Index really witnessed all kinds Two speakers, Bill Schindlier and Crowell Log. 7 21 o llAi rm I i I iiii+  [ of weather this weekend. On Sat- Oren Haight were in attendance. Stormo Shake Mill 19 9 STATISTICS  q/llZl/L Index Redmen 15 13 g i  iis: I urday evening the wind really blew Bert Spada, the local representa- Union Oil 13 15 Nels Carlson ... 553 h' " " -' "'" l i F+iiiii',!iii + I a gale, it thundered and lightened, live was there also. Two cubs, Bob's Auto Repair 12 16 Jim Daniels 211 503 eLNV -' i  iiiiiil  ......... and hail, rain and snow fell. Spring, Steven Smith and Jonathan Sharpe Lions 10 18 Larry Koehler ... 529 k-"'m }.4--/ / W   [ summer and winter all in one received bear badges. Rieky Smith Ken's Auto Rebuild 5 23 Larry Nasman ... 540 '-Y",/ y hernan ... 508 mi i / i}::i:(:iiiiiiii! i:i:  ................... | short evening, received a lion badge. All three re- STATISTICS Harr S Paid by D ...... tic State Co,, ..... Lake Graham, Chr., Arcade Bldg .... c i m Jiiii l i Index was one of the schools ceived silver and gold arrow tips. Ran Magnnson 200 546 t=ari amer ... 545 i i !iii! i:] , that had school February 22. Tenderfoot pins were given Ronnie Willis Hill 221 542 _  -- Ii i i E/i)iiiii ...... I Mrs. Rudebeek and Mrs. Otis Smith, Ronnie and David Fideline. Vern Coon ... 532 I YES I' I i ;iiiii  ! Beck did some shopping in Mon- Second class pins were awarded to Fred Geyer 201 514 I i  i{iiiiiiiiiiii .... : i roe on Friday. Walter Denny and Lyle Howe]]. Korky House ... 514 I i  ii!i ii , Friday evening and again on Sat- First class pins were awarded Dennis Larson ... 510 I I I)]!] ] ..... . " I urday, February 19 and 20, the David Denny, Kirk Corer, Steven Hank Zandarski 204 508 I Scott's Trophy ... 2467 [ i iil  ] +:. i church was a scene of .activity. A +and John Slusher and Larry Den- ' There Is A i i.ii ": group of men and boys finished ny. Refreshments were served by Index Redmen 855 ..., Pontiac & GMC Truck I Ii | putting on the sheet rck and pine" the mthers f the bys" The boYS' COFFEE TIMERS LEAGUE i DEALER INSNOHOMISH I , / m  :;: i This evening, Monday, the Varney and parents along with the leaders Shari Lyn 22 9 I i " " ! men went up to the church to fin- are to be commended for a job Monroe Floral 21 11 I ll " :zs ! ish the last of" the sheet rock. The well done. A challenge was given Main St. Barber 18 14 I   "'...': [ pine is still to be varnished but .to Lake Stevens for Eagle scouts Carlson's 17 15 I , '-,!F %''   I one and all should turn out to see, .so  worki:ng boys. Ions Howell Eagles Auxiliary 17 15 I : 4kk' a  the big improvement so tar. Mucn is pen morner zor me CUDS ann Johnson's ,Bakery 15 17 l  |.':{.. \\;,  ll I still remains to be done but due to Galvin Lord is scout master. They Monty's Evergreen 9 23 1 I  [:,\\;  []  :':: . [ the lack of funds it must be .post- deserve a special hand of thanks. C 0 m e I n A n  I :ii::l i  , - - m wned ,to a later date. Thanks to We were espally happy to see [ Al's Care STATISTIC 24 i'::':ii| i"] ' \\;"x': l' ' ..''l.v. ,vil'T'rmi  , all who have donated time, food,|| andaecomplished.labor that so much has been Yolonda Spanjer at school on Mon-theday pastmrnhag'threeSheweeks.' has 'been fll for ArdelleRitta,Irene GibsOnBorehardtKern 215223171 488535541|11 SEE " & DRIVE !l m m Ill I .... | It someth'nes pays to see what Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Varney vis- Shari Lyn 854 2445 i ."JlilP2lll /:mwvp_ro vour neighbor is doing. Mr. Beck itedattheChas. Marshaflhome STARLESLEAGUE I THEN. I0060PONT[AC i  ill . %1 I walked across the l+t to watch in Snobomish Friday eve "ng. Monroe Bowl lo 00 1 .... -,. gab ,11 r, II ladaan I some men burning and clearing Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller and Price Rite lS 10 I $ ql IllUllll I a lot next to Chas. Ver .Valens Jr. dahghted Vera of Tacoma spent Cummings Bros. 18 10 I Mo,nroe ,,Lockers 10 12, I i i II _. ,. . There he found the cover for the the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill s '76 Union 13 15 I ,. ,.,.,.. , school garbage container. Mike`Miller. WIDE +i+++l [!:: l VIIIWI I Mr. and Mrs. Varney, Mrs. Fide- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bass called `Monroe Eagles 10 18 I Ct i!i] [:':++g ........ e I line and Randy went to Monroe on Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller on Drift Inn 10 ]8 I v .:';:| i; :-'-  Whatever a [e.ow lsze m Friday evening +to do some shop- Monday. First Nat'l Bank 7 20 |   ,=. wants to be, a growing bank I Ping. Mrs. Fideline and Randy re- Joyee Proper and her mother, STATISTICS I  ,,,se account can help pave the way, I turned home with her husband Mrs. Hallworth drove to Settle Carolyn Boyes 202 578 I f[= rtna a+." ! when he came from work and me amruay evening ano visim, uar- Bonnie Oh]son 195 504 I AND THE i .... -'-- - Lillian Boyes 183 488 l , Varneys went on to Snohomish. ol, returning the same evenmg. FOR4V wMHT /RUCK I IA ----...-- -- ..r--=.... RIDE I Mr. and Mrs. Varney attended Sunday dinner guests at the Bill Price Rite 775  | ALL N START h SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH THE I a quiet, home ceremony .!n which CO[s we...: and Mrs. L.r. Monroe Bowl 770 2253 I w s R XE AUE I ................... ,illii, 1 AA/ Nancy Benaoom ,ecame me orme cozy+ oz ejnngnam.  , . Aristocrats 22 5 i I 131R+TNATItNAILNIW...ISUILIAqIq | of their nephew, D0nald Marshall, .vrs. +oe, t4euene +nave NEW V6 ENGINE I ling[ [ h II P A ? I g''lLI gllLIh =R YOU I of Snohomish. Later they attended been stag m bed me pas week Ix Rollers 17 11 I bV   V V  m v .1 .v- rv  I a rece tion for the young couple with the flu. Several others have Missiles " 16 121 H - P Tigers 11 17 I Vllldg--Tl[O WITIJ OllU hl Blp_lT S . at the Snohomish Ihbrary. been hawng .the same thing. .vv,.v.,.,.n, ..,.,, .,.v,, ........ I Community club met at the On Sunday George Hallworth Strikers 10 18 I Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporation I school house c,ee;S?:YavFebma oehehriSdamuthter annddsiDera?eM/: Sleepers 7 20 I 16. It Was ae" P : " StrikersDick OsborneSTATISTICS210m7 1856 II DI=MONgTRA'rIM ..--.-- -- .------- .--------, --  Robert Boyer and children in Sno- I ............ II homish. / 594 I [ Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Dunlap vis- MargaretHousEwivEsBjorling LEAGUE164 452 I CALL I m ill I I ited the Hallworths on Sunday I i " afternoon.Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Schirman LOg 3 5344 [ P C I AL DarigoldMnroe Sporting 1717 10t' Ill I i i .... took Allen Schirman, Carol Smith, Monroe Motel 16 111 an m Lupe Denny and Sandy Smith to Bubble Up 14 14 I Ii I III I rl / ! ml_ I 1 the +show on Sunday evening. Flynns Towing 12 15 I Marine vlnylofl t'laStlC I'alil[ ,,orYL 211. s" Pastime " HUME PONTIAC CO I , Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith are ,STATISTICS ' I grandparents of a" seventh child. W2/uvbOrn:oFMbrray d Jeanette Johnson 197 "'" l II B. J. Prentice ... 499 i m , ..  i i Ronnie Smith, Lyle Howell, Ron WOODS CREEK LEAGUE I 1st & Ave. D I 1      Fideline and Dave Fideline went Eagles No. 1 23 5 I S N O H O M I S H I i XL1 U r r to the show with Robert Varney Bill's Union 18 9 i P i v ,, on Sunday evening. Charles Hilton and Rick Collins Wagner t umber Co. and  PY 4-3301 or PY 4-2501 Time To Plant... ORDER NOW FRUIT TREES ROSE BUSHES STOCK SHRUBS HOW IN Vegetable & Flower Seed Pkg. All Types Dormant Sprays for Plant & Trees WOLFKILL FEED & SFEP r,O, Monroe Shopping Center PYramid 4-6111 liU a+ I were home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. George Buckley of Seattle called on Madonna Brad- burn on Sunday. Mrs. Walter McDonald of Brook- ings, Oregon is visiting at the home of her daughter and family, the Kenneth Dennys. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richard, Frances and Bill of Skykomish, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Denny and Walter drove to Seattle Sunday and enjoyed Woodland Park. visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCleery, then drove to Everett to see the show, "Toby Tyler." Groeneveld Completes B.S. Degree At W.S.U. Wiard ,H. Groeneveld of Monroe was one of the vtudents who com- pleted work for a degree at the end of the first semester at Wash- ington State University, Pullman. He received the bachelor of science decree. No formal exercises marked graduation, altbo,,h students may return to go through .raduation ceremonies in Jnne if they wish. You are what you think you are. Culture, like custard, curdles when it's overdone. Bad taste is just bad education. NatUre's Nightcap Tonight, have a glass of milk at bedtime and sleep a deep ,nat- ural kind of sleep. You'll sleep soundly all night long...wake up feeling refreshed, realty relaxed. Milk is nature's nightcapl t/i,  One at noon, one at night, one along the way... You never outgrow your need for Milk, Drink three glasses every day. WASHIN{TON DAIRY PRODUCTS COMMISSION 120 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH SEATTLE+9, WASHINGTON