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p/S S" "" Hal " ' " 00=oo, ste00n ,R eport L00sts Pol,ce Aux,ha eek Funds The Monroe Police Cost of the unit is $400 may mail checks to the -- , I Auxiliary department with the city supplying auxtliarypollcedepart-Monroe s Farm Ind. .... School begun a drive for half the cost. A can- meat in care of Cap- !':)i i- funds to purchase jolnt- vass of the business tatn Melvin L. Unruh. The performance records of Reg{stered H°l- BOOMING! 1 with the city a port- community will be made Chairman of the pro- stein cows from Farm Industries, Monroe, have been listed tn an official production tsttng able policeradioforuse Y" - report from Holstein-Friesian Associatbn of :) . - ': i: ';'( ,' 't9\\; Y Frtda Others inter ject is Chief of Police ,, Menu by police while patrol- ested tn contributing I% =.-.,----/,,h,--  America. Included are levels of sollds-not- fat (SNF) production for individual animals. ! tltt,,000000 }t ] ling on foot. y ltsSprlng Is 00ror.00  "  the SNF , l, Suddenl Theme , mine als, "':JT---- -  ....... MONDAY: Irish Stew, Moon" exhibitor s in- That's why we've opened our new office neighborhood headquarters for service for all our Farmers Insurance Group policyholders in the community. We?re fully staffed to provide you with the FAST, FAIR, FRIENDI.Y service for which Farmers is famous. Call when you need help with any of your insurance problems. And next time you're nearby drop in and let us meet you personally FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP AUTO • LIFE • FIRE • ItOME • TRUCK . COMMERCIAl, Sandbak Ins. 522 E. Main (Next to Vantage Realty) Monroe / \\; Small Halibut Cheese Bread Sticks, Butter; Irish Cake, Milk - Orange juice TUESDAY: Glazed Ham -Raisins, Whipped Po- tatos-Gravy, Buttered Corn, Bread & Butter, Pudding, Milk WEDNESDAY: Chili with Meat, Cabbage sal- ad, Hot Rolls & Butter, Frosted Apple Sauce Cake, Milk THURSDAY: Pizza Burgers, Seasoned Green Beans, Bread & Butter, Chocolate (From Page 1) The Trebelettes, a Monroe High School sing- ing group, will entertain under the direction of Brian Ayers. Committee members in charge of the banquet are Lawrence W. Whitfield, Gordon Keck, Maxim, Shrimp BePlate ,',. .... 69' Small Deveined Can Cove Oysters Blue B .... 59' Plate Can Tartar Sauce ,o,ies B .... 39' piquant Jar Health and Beauty Aids/ Gleem Toothpaste 6'/. .... 77' Regular 95c Value Tube Oral Antiseptic 1Z-oz. Bottle 77 € Scope ,.gular s,., va,ue Prell Shampoo Sa,e 3 .... 77' 12c Tube Tablets Btl. Save 21c of 24 Pepto Bismol 7 7c Shampoo T,u,,Fine Pint 77' Reg. 89c Value Bottle We roseve fhe righ! lim quantities. No sales ,e deole,. Tomato Sauce Hunts 15-oz. Sl00 Safe.a,,merl .... Individual ,, .... 59' INSTANT Zesty 5 Cans Cheese Wrapped Sli .... 16-oz. Pkg. 79€ Pkg. ,o.r.. P,.t 39' Ctn. . 12-oz. Hunts Tomato Paste Can29  Potato Salad O.art,,, Ctn. ,,as,,c Pkg 33  Lucerne Cole Slaw ,, .... 39' Buggies Sandwich Bags of B0 Lucerne 6%-0z. 49' Real Cream Cream Topping . Cat Food Puss n' Boots 5 6'A-oz. Asst'd Flavors Cans 75 ’ Dessert Topping Blossom 8 47' Time White 2 14-oz. 23 ’ Cans Cleanser Magic Detergent Wh,toMag,c ,,oz 49  ./,7 Buys at Safeway Loaf LoSuds Pkg Skylark Rye Bread ,, .... 29' Aj 5db.'oz 99  Mrs. Pk, 37 € ax Detergent Package Cinnamon Rolls of, Wrights Mrs. Pkg. 43, of 9 . .___ o .... -"r €2:: 69 c Hot Cross Buns Wrights Confidets Sa;:;?;'",?,g'.7 o? 77' Iorame- ruwu g ,  Ilcl !% Asparagus L a r e A A E s Cth:aCmO Doz. i) I , g gg % Fresh, Top Quality, -- 1!, .. ,,.,e ..on ..... A,51/.oz. $1 GO ik "' -"l ,.-. 21 i  -on, Best n _ I I  I iv I  • • • Wllgi DtUIIO   | --- tsar > -qii|||ldealforLunch--lr Cans • • 2900; . . __ .,. 3/00c "χ vWou  ' -" " c , you, _ _ __.. _ .o, ,o, R,00mhl00_ Kee/una Style 6''t= /'O 7 k,,mr. I/ S WEET J fresh KnunarlD House " =9 " li V • • II1 • v m. -- .w IJiirifil! 0 ranges Fre.sh Mus,hromns lb. 7 € • .  l/zuicy Y I P g - - ,,-- nrnnneJulce FloridaO.J. Can .' ,ucerneAssorle'tFhlvers Tast S r,n S inach 2 Bun. 29’ . Frozen Food Values. p Fruit Pes _ ' , . Bel-oirPure ,,0, .c Sherbet I _ A UCER II ^valencia,  Fresh Ach:e: Serve th°: ''*:*Q" Gape Juice Toe;::"t* '"=!" 37 "2. 59 c I " .... II U B 1 _1 reen €;ann g Corned Bee:[ " Pkg. * - , • " .... O.€ 5 11 s" Sl°°  " " ettuce 2 Hds 29’ Iel-alr uu=,, ,u 0. . . . -SL.CIN Romaine L • . ,.o,, ,0.o,., 00 ors i 1111- _.:__1 .... Ltme for =9€ lee Cream Cauhfl0wer :,0,ous 5-°. 1 Julce..,. /omaToe Lemon JUICe Juice -- , ,T.- " ".- ..... dFlavors R .. r ...... Bel-air n 0z. Sl00 • _ _ iJgllVll o.. ,,oo ! ...... £-"49’ ,,,,,,e ,,.,,. Ur0c(0,, ,pu|, Frozen 1 Pkg,. " ,k,. AQ c :7::::Nctelon llg.2alb.69€ "2:n 79 c J0hnsPIzza C;::::;: 11: 89c of 6 "l'J Jello Gelatins ,argo 6 oz Sl00 Size Pkgs. Busy Baker Ginger 2-lb. I C Pkg. "1" ,J Cookies Vanilla, Lemon or Cocoa Busy Baker Crackers Oy,te, Empress Honey Clover Honey "Young gardeners, start now to be ready Hu,ts A3oz.$]00 1 p.m will be mem- for the March 22 jun- • . Cans bers of the Clara tar gardening contest," Battling Circle. EUeen urges Mrs.Jack Paque, Bakehouse Circle mem- Junior gardening chair- bers are scheduled to man of the Evergreen meet at 8 p.m. at the District, Washington Wayne Neal home. State Federation of In other business, Garden Clubs. Mrs. Roy Wiley was el- Snohomish County and ected recording sec- South Whtdbey Island retary, plans were made youngsters sixteen for the special birth- years old and under are day luncheon to be held invited to enter the dtst- April 4 and dates for rtct sponsored contest the annual bazaar were set for March 22, in 14-oz. kg 29 c set for December 6 and Floral Hall, Forest 7. Park, Everett. All en- Creamed 29 c MiSS Jean Countryman tries must be in place lO-oz. Ctn. reported on her trip to by 10 a.m. Whttworth College in There will be two Empress 33 c Spokane where she and categories: Class I, 12-oz. Jar other high school girls forcing branches in- from various parts of doors; Class II, making the state attended a a terrarium, which is school of Christian a minature garden missions. It was noted that the growing In a covered glass or plastic con- district annual meeting tainer. Entrants will will be held tn the be classified according Everett First Methodist to age, twelve to stx- Ch:rrCh at 10 a.m. on teen years old and Ho h27' th, dessert under twelve. g .... Entries will be Judged luncheon meeting were by accredited flower Mrs. Cecil Tallman and show judges and ribbons Mrs. Neal. . and small cash priz Others in attendance will be awarded for were the Mesdames three olaces in each Norman Harzen_, group.  William Hegewald, Paul youngsters needing Lorang, Max Hegewald, help may seek aid from Kenneth Willett, George adult garden clubbers. Keck, Lewis Morse, Mrs. Pague emphasizes Ben Luntey, wayn_e that the youngster need Rodland Harold Kau/I ' ah not be a member of any man, Wallace Shann - - ,.. ,. o- an, Anna Marty, Ben u,, ......... Verltnde, Ellery Jelli- son Jr., Ewalt Schrag, Albert Axtell Lauren- Lawrence Whitfield, ce Keech, \\;.Burton Morris Shrum, Albert Countryman anu ear- Whipple, Leslie Emigh, rest Tibbttts. Nut Lunch 13-oz. Con59 c Mixed Nuts ,orSnack, Hoody', 49 c Spanish Peanuts oCao Gene Ernster and Fox. ess Game Hens Methodist Cherry Valley (From Page 1) Another ls the "six- € men two-four, or middle school plan" where C Shoulder Cut Roast C 'Manor House, U.S.D.A. H I d Me Grade A and Gov. 0 et grades 1-6 attend the grade school, grades Eastern Grain Fed Inspected, Frozen lb. In a general meeting 7-8 attend a middle RoJled and Tied lb. of the Methodist Wo- school and grades 9- Fresh SMelt ,b. 25' man's Society of Christ- 12 attend at the high Ground Round c ..... tlb. 69" tan Science last week school. Our Under the middle members hosted guest nds Boneless Steak 98 c Corned Beef Sa'e'a" 'b 79' speaker Mrs" H°ward sch°°I plan' tf the dIs'- Top R0u .,cu Gering, set forthoom-rict could not "ford a Choice Beef lb. Fryer Breasts orDrum- 55' tng circle meetings and middle school at a new ,ticks lb. carried out routine bus- site, the middle school would share the htgh Sl00ced Bacon 59 " : • Armours C Fryer Wings ':3."; 25' iness. Mrs. Gering spoke to school campus, Mrs. Banner lb. Fryer Backs NeCks ,blO' the group on her ex- Raley reports. -- • • S .... €'eJc periences while in In- Everyone is urged to Pryer Livers FrieU b..7 donesta for fourteen attend and learn the • .- I " _ are___ BonelessU.SeD.A. s109 I i Oil .... Pimento 6 .... Jl'€ years. Mr. and Mrs. pros and cons of the Uologna LunchMeat Pkg. co Gering were In Indo- three plans. Refresh- 00lrloln lip Choice Beef Steak lb. .. _ 1 Pure ,n, aesia during the coup meats will be served. Link ausage Pork b.  by the Communists. I Circle meetings were Gardening Rump Roast u,0, 85 c Wilsons Tamales ,b49' set for March 20. lr- Choice;e'er lb. ..... . orE.,,,ro--, o, erie Salto oirole will Contest Set Veal 3teaK Manor House, 14-oz. OW meet at 1 p.m. at the Fie e  -- Catalns lfz .... S100 home of Mrs. Con Pork Steaks BladeCut 59' i-,sn.aKes Choi,e 11Pkgs. " Chamberlin. Meeting March 22 __ , ql i. Kippered € O' at the home of Mrs. Grain Fed lb. almon lipS Snacks lb..,, 7 EUery Jellison, Jr. at "Suddenly It's Spring" will be the theme of the artistic design show at Evergreen District meeting of Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs, March 22 in Floral Hall, Forest Chip Cookies, Milk FRIDAY: Choice of Pea Soup or Tomato Soup, Carrot Sticks, Peanut Butter Sand- wich, Pumpkin Pie Squares Whipped Cream Milk will begin with luncheon served by hostess clubs, and the second session follow- ing at 1 p.m. The artistic design show will have classes named: "March Winds Doth Blow", expressing feeling of motion; "Playing It Cool", us- ing cool colors; "Trum- pets of Spring", to use some of the narcissus family; "How High the Si S ΈΈΈ The Holstein Association's testing program includes provisions for determining the SNF nutrients, such as protein, lactose and minerals, Park, Everett. found below the creamline of milk. The morning output is credited to the lactation records of at 10 a.m. individual cows, in the same manner as total milk and butterfat production. Total nutrient testing was started in 1962 by the Holstein Association to provide breeders with another selection tool for Improving the herds. It is also a useful measure of milk's food value for dairy products processors and session terpretation. Others will be "Fancy Free", in free style; "Queen of Hearts", for abridge luncheon, accessories permitted; "Mad As A March Hare", arrang- er's interpretation. Mrs. Bruce Holbrook, Gold Bar, dlstrictpres- tdent, reminds gard- eners that any person who Is Interested is welcomed to district meetings, either or both sessions. Dinner 24 .... 49 , Egg Noodles Hour Pkg. or Spaghetti 3-lb. 59 c Macaroni Quality Brand Pkg. Sale starts 9 A,M. Wednesday ....,,,..,hS..,,.,,.,.h Tomato Puree Hunts 10 '/ -0z. $100 16th. Tasty 6 Cans / Dairy--Delicatessen Lu,.a. .at 23 e Quart Ctn. Cottage Cheese ,s, Sa"°' 79' Wisconsin Cheese Sharp Cheddar Ib Parmesan Cheese u,e,-. B .... 69' Grated Can Tomato Juice Tasty ppl Sealsland 4°°z Sl00 Pinea e Chunk Cans Dox,eoM,nced 3 Con'89 c CJams orChoder LUCERNE Breakfast Assorted Pkg. lavors o''59  Whole or Roasts Delicious Seafood Treat in an official production testing Holstein-Friesian Association of homemakers. The animals and their actual production le- vels are: Wastate Norlum Magistrate Bess 5868954, a four year old registered Holstein, has credits of 20,630 lbs. milk, 9111 lbs. butterfat and 1,- 849 lbs. SNF tn 291 days; Wastate Norlum Lola 5097359, a six year old, had produced 24,040 lbs. milk, 877 lbs. butterfat and 2,076 lbs. SNF in 275 days; Wastate Norlum Joy 4896771 a seven year old, had produced 23,830 lbs. milk, 844 lbs. butterfat and 1,931 lbs. SNF tn 305 days; Steilacoom Segis Hope D 4436654, a nine year old had produced 24,860 lbs. milk, 839 lbs. butterfat and 1,984 lbs. SNF in 365 days; Wastate GHS Progressor Pllly 4321264, a nlne year old, had produced 23,840 lbs. milk 764 lbs. butterfat and 2,094 lbs. SNF in 339 days. All are owned by Farm Industries of Monroe. Masons To Hear Refresh-