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February 27, 1975

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DUNBAR LUMBER has DELIVERY. Every Friday Phone 794 6446 t Six games marked Monroe Youth Athletic As- sociation basketball play here last Saturday. One of the hardest fought games, which went into overtime play, was the Laker's victory over the Sonics of the fourth grade. Mentor John Hovde's Lakers had difficulty trampling Coach Jim Marlow's Sonics, but Ran Lang's 14 point charge spelled the difference. In another contest, the Subway Sontcs defeated, 10-4, the Bullets. Subway's Brian Jelinek was high scorer with 6 points. Action on the Celtics-Bucks court gave the margin of victory, 16-8, to the sixthgrade Bucks with little Joe Redield taking scoring honors with 8 points. Paul Berndt's Celtics had two high scorers, Gregg Trombley and Randy Cotterell, both with 4 points. In a slaughter, Ran Wagner's Globe Trotters of the fourth grade walked all over Coach Jim Marlow's Sontcs 34-8. Hot shot scorer was none Welcome Spring with a sharp- looking Leisure Suit from Lee, Levi or Farah at East County's Family Apparel Headquarters 7 2nd & Cedar Snohomish 1-4233 Five MHS Swdems other than Jeff Laizure who dropped in 9 baskets for atotalofl8points, scntc Mike Siler tipped Win Teenage Award in 4 points for high score honor on his team. In another slaughter, Rod Roland's fifth grade Globe Trotters walked all over the Mud Sharks Five Monroe High School students, three boys and two girls, have been selected as Outstand- 40-6. Sharing scoring honors in that contest were Steve Adrian, 12 points, Scott Walker, 10 points, and Todd Strum, 8 points, all of theGlobe Trot- ters. In the last game of the session, the Braves, mentored by Neff Smith, defeated 22-8 Gary Drtvsteun and Joe Redfield's Dropouts. Tim Walker, with 12 points, and Dave Wenzel, 8 points shared high points in the winning attack. Lady Lions Hold Farmers Would Welcome r ! il II I more reasons II wo 1. Better roads and streets. 2. Better schools and churches. 3. Higher property values. 4. Better jobs. 5. Lower taxes. 6. Better selection of goods. More money spent locally means more and better jobs for everyone. The more our community prospers, the more everyone living and working here pros- pers. And the more people we have making more money, the greater our tax base becomes, lessening the individ- ual tax load for everyone. There's a big extra plus when you shop at home, too: The more you shop at home, the better our local merchants do. The more business they do, the more goods they begin to order. And the more goods ordered by local merchants, the better selection you have. When you shop at home, you're doing yourself a favor. The annual Valentine Party at the Convel- escent Center was hosted by the Monroe Lady Lions last week on their regular meet- tug night. They made favors and served ice cream and cake to the patients. Items of business discussed were a sub- stantial donation to the Corner Cupboard, the three Christmas bas- kets that had been tLven away and the rtstmas decora- Tax Rebate E. Robert StuhlmU- ler, president of the Washington State Farm Bureau, said that the possibility of rebates on fuel ex- penditures for agri- cultural producers recently proposed by President Ford would be welcomed by Wash- ington farmers. F armers in this state used an average of 50 million gallons of gasoline during 1974 at a cost of 25.3 mil- ttons for the town which was evaluated lion dollars and an as a "smooth opera- average of 40 million gallons of diesel at a tion." Final plans were cost of 1.56 million made for the annual dollars. Fuel costs Silent Auction to be in the production and held at 8 p.m., Thurs- marketing of crops day, March 20, at the totaled approxtmat- Masonic Temple. Cof- ley 26.8 million dol- fee and cake will be lars last year. served for a small fee and the donation at In 1975 Washington the door will be $1.00. farmers can expect Co-chairmen Dee increases in fuel costs Cottam and Darlene by an average rate of Whttfield note that 7.5 cents per gallon, there will be less ex- or by 6-7 million dol- pensive items this lars, if the presidents year and the proceeds recommended import will go to community duty for oil, set at $3 charities, per barrel, is enacted. [ patenteo. Odiinator of Jet Pumps Get the factd & SPORTING GOODS Shopping Center Presented as a public service by the following merchants: Bob's ApplianceRepair New Appliances & Service 101 E. Hill 794-5208 Devers Furniture 1 23 N. Lewis Monroe 794 -7505 Holcomb's Shoes Jerry's Men's & Boys' Wear 111 1/2 W. Main 794-4444 Connie & Jerry Coast-to-Coast Store 101 E. Main Monroe Comer Main & Lewis 794-7564 Aunt Martha's 1 23 N' Blakely Monroe 794-6555 Sno-King Dairy. Hill & Ferry Streets 126 E. Main 794-7191 Barn ing Teenagers of American for 1975, according to school counselor Mrs. Greta Neal. Named were Dawd Allen Elledge, Box 147, Monroe, Tim William Weaver, 347 So. Blakely, Dwight Mitchell Bickler, 706 Park Lane, Sharon Louise Wenzel, 695 Park Lane, and Debbie Jean Longacre, Route 3, Box 691, Monroe. The Outstanding Teenagers, who are nomin- ated by their school principals, are chosen for excellence in academic achievement and com- munity service. These students now vie for the Outstanding Teenager of the Year Trophies to be presented in May 1975. Similar trophies will be presented to the state winners. The 51 state winners will be eligible for awards totaling $7,000.00. One boy and one girl will be chosen for national scholarships of $1,000. 00 to the college or university of their choice. Sat., March 1 9a.m. - 5 p.m. East County Senior Center Highway 2 Monroe Sponsored by Youth Club / 3 lb. 12 oz. Hilton's 10 oz. Tin Libby's y.c. sliced or halves 29 oz. ,s New Salad Dressing Quart Jar Cleaner Pine-S01 28 oz. 1 19 Btl. %UII. Bowl Cleaner 9 OZ. Fresh corn country lb. Bar- S Pure Pork O9 lb. _b_. 27__,197___5, Monito r, Man ro e, WA___.A P a_ge FI ,ve Rapid " Reliable Reasonable T.V. and Electronic Repairs When your television goes kaput, we're the people to call. Our electronic special- ist can find the trouble fast. Costs are reasonable. q13 E. Main M onroe ~d Large Fresh Doz. Nabisco 14 1/2 oz. pkg. Kraft Pure 1/2 gal. THE Medium Size Ibs. Solid Heads Scott's C0nfidets Pkg. 12 DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE: 794-8404 I asy-Off Oven-Spray Aero Sandwich Sliced Sandwich SI iced iHygrade- Rel iabl e Half or 39 Whole lb. Fresh Ground ( Grass Fed) GROUND BEEF &