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Now Is The Time To... TRADE.IN that OLD WASHER on a NEW GETS CLOTHES REALLY CLEAN Here is a real thriller for any housewife who has to struggle along each week with an old broken-clews. washer. There is no better time than NOW to trade it in on a brand new Speed Queen. We will allow you S40.00 for your old washer on this, America's most popular wringer washer, first with a new lint catcher and soap dispenser, plus monthly payments to suit your bucket. DEVERS In Monroe 123 N. Lewis PYramid 4-2266 I [q m ' Comments From Sports Afield COUNTY AGENT The is no ex . hr  oo. Glow wi a = make for not having rabbits ou his from briar scratches. yearly game list. Wherever you is are shot with about ev- I received a letter from Larry lve jacks or cotntaiis stmuld not cry type gun imle, xwever, C. Shannon, attorney for the Leg- be too far aff. And for pure variety a 12-gauge shotgun is the urivevsal islative Cotmcil, asking that I help of hunting methods, I have found favorite. Your pvefemmee slmd not, ify interested persons of a hear- no other ,animal to be such a chal- diotae your choice as to the type inc. The Legislative Council's sub- leage. You can hunt with dogs-- of shotgun. Shot can be 6 to 7, committee on Agriculture h as almost any dog--or without. You dep upou the country. Tt's scheduled a meeting for 10 a.m., can stalk or you can wait. Your tricky shooting, yet plenty of rab- Saturday, April 30 in the Burling. weapon can be anythi'g from bow bis have been killed with a .22 ton high schl. The purpose of the and arrow to a high-powered - rifle--but don't use this gun in meeting is to hear from the farm- mint rifle with scope; a .22 hand- sealed areas. ors in the area in connection with gun to a 12-gauge shotgun. A dog--any dog--will add great- a proposed marketing act (House You can make the sport as tough ly to your enjoyment of this sport Bill 450 of the 1959 session of the on yourself as you wan, but there And a dog will get you more game. legislature) which has been as- is no way to make a speedy, zig- A beagle or a basset hotrod ,are th signed to the subcommittee for zaging, fast-tntdng rabbit an two dogs made for rabbits. They study. Because the subcommit[ee easy target, says John Scott of are not fast enough to chase Peter wishes to sample the opinion of the Sports Mieid Magazine. underground and they are small agricultural and other interests Rabbit hunting is one spot that and built low, which enables them concerned, the subcommittee is doesn't require expensive gear. to got` through thick undergrowth. anxious that the public be notified ActuNly all you'll need is your Hunt slowly--you'll pass them of an invitation to attend the meet- gun, shells and license. But tough otherwise. When hung_rig without a ing. clothes will help in tough country, dog, arm yourself, then sSart kick- Snowshoes may be needed in win. iag the brush piles and briar PDAIRY MARKETING er. Here's a tip: Tie laces behind .......... patches. If you do not kick him The meeting mentioned above an'al.vsis made on the forage for o, My. Cttorail will sit s:ill and deals with a subject under consid- feeding value which is another im- rely on his camouflage to save erable discussion among dairy portant thing we would like to him. (Iwill!)Good hunting wea[h- er for rabbits is also the kind hunt- onefarmers'thatThiSwouldHUSealowBill 450produceriS the knOWin ourabUtarea, the corn when grown ers enjoy----cool, not cold, mornings groups to do certain things. Maybe and afternoons. If it happens to a list of them would be the best NEW LAWN BULLETIN be on the cold ide, warm sunny way to see what the passa,e o." the bill could do. The six purposes Just off the press is a new lawn spots are a good bet. Rabbits live bulletin to help home owners with in holes where cover is bare. listed are (1) Correlate cnarl:eting In the west, jack rabbits are con- of commodities with Market De- problems they may have. This bul- letin goes into the planting of the sidereal pests and not at all in the mand, (2) Establish orderly mar- lawn and some ef the steps neces- class of cottontails, which are fine keting of commodities, 3) Plovide uniform grades and standards. (4) sary for a good lawn. Then it also eairg. Jacks are destructive. Most covers care of the established larva ranchers welcome ree'ular assault Maintain present markes and de- velop new markets, (5) Eliminate on weed control, fertilization and forays. This is usually long-range general management of the lawn. shooting and scope mounted rifles economic waste in marketing, 6) The different parts of the euiletin are standard equipment. Take a Maintain the purchasing power of were prepared by specifilists on stand and wait. A jack will run producers. Marketing of ou: farm the Washington State Universi:y only for short distances, then stop products is of real concern to pro- ducers and it might be well for staff and combines a number of short. This is your chance to get those of you interested to travel answers to different phases ef the him. to Burlington for this meeting on lawn care in one bulletin. These RabNt hunting is the perfect are available at our office in the game on which a father can start Saturday, April 30. Snohomish C o u n t y Agriculture his son hurling. A sinle-shot shot.- GROWING CORN Building in Everett. They are free nd can be picked up at the of- gun is exeellen as the beginning weapon. The youngster will be There has been a lot of interest rice, or we will mail if you care forced to score wi one shot, for in growing corn for silage this to call or write. Spring. Many questions are raised he'll seldom have a chance for a on varieties and how their matarity MORE COULD BE SAVED double. Remember, first shot is dates are in this area. Because of Uterine cancer, the second most always most important. this interest and because we don't common cancer in women, could D know just how many of the va- almost be eliminated as ,a cause of rieties will grow in Snohomish death through earlier diagnosis and County I have scheduled a field treatment, according to the Azneri- HIGH ROCK trial for this summer. I have writ- can Cancer Society. That is why ten some of the corn conpanies the Society urges aH adult women Sand , " Grave for seed to use in these trials. I to have a pelvic examination ohce have been almost overwhelmed a year. with the response so far. In fact The American Cancer Society PIT RUN. Delivered or I have some 23 different varieties says that last year mere school in the office so far. I hope this children died of cancer than from Loaded on your Truck will give us some of the answers any other disease. Help the So- we are looking for in yield of.silage ciety step up its cancer research per acre and maturity dates. I am program by supporting the April PY 4-3821 or PY 4-3826 trying to arrange to have some Crusade. I m, I April 28, 1960 Moaroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE THREE MONROE NEWS ITEMS Mrs. Clayton Netfleton of Golfs- town. N. H., arrived in early April to visit her daughter, Mrs. Carl Garey, and faraily of Sumac Drive. Mr. and .. Howard P. Schultz and son Eddie of Tacoma were in Monroe last weekend to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William T., Wood, 227 S. Sam St. Mrs. George Miller and daughter Lynn Ann of Seattle were guests Monday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Witson, 31,t Hill St. Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simon, Main and Kelsey Streets, were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Si- mon, of Wirlliams Lake, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Albion A. Blinks of Fresh Meadows, N. Y., .arrived April 15 to visit their son, Stanley E. Blinks, and Mrs. Blinks, N. Cub- tie Rd. RUBBER STAMPS Ye Can Supply Your Needs MONROE MONITOR Phone Monroe 2SI I It's Time To Plant DAHLIAS OUR CHOICE EXHIBITION DAHLIAS COME IN ALL COLORS 45' t0"l ", pertuber get your, SLUG BAITS GARDEN DUSTS FERTILIZERS FREE ORTHO GARDEN $3.49 Value 2-cjallon Spray-Ette Size When You Buy One Quart New Formula ISOTOX GARDEN SPRAY afhe regular $5.49 price WOLFKILL FEED & SEED Co. Monroe Shopping Center PYramid 4-6111 Price -Rite PY 4-2341 WE DELIVER EVERY DAY Prq-Z351 PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY DEDICATION -- THE NEW FIRE HALL Monroe Fire Department Members Will Be Hosts At A Dedication And Open Home, Sunday, May 1 From 1-4 P.M. Refreshments Will Be Served. See What You Made Possible. I Buy With Confidence! Always The Best Quality COFFEE 2-lb. $1.37 Kitchen Tested Id BandM BAKED BEANS 28-oz. 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