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e , . Gibson's Monroe Bowl ,Reports- Valley League Results VALLEY LEAGUE Flynns 27 36 Monroe Motel 40 24 Pasbime 16 47 Sulivan's Jewelry 38 26 STATISTICS Sportsmen's Cafe 38 26 Mary Price 197 498 Larry's Food Store 38 26 Pauline Higgins 187 ... Monroe Realty 291/z 341/2 MERRY MIXERS LEAGUE" Blue Eagles 26 38 Rocking H.J. 41 23 Robinson Plywood 25% 33 Roelser Log 39Vz 24 Crowell Logging 21 43 Sky Tree Farm 37 27 STATISTICS Odd fellows 30 34 Nels Carlson 203 565 Northwest Breeders 29% 34 Irving Scharf ... 531 Charles Refrig. 29 35 Larry Nasman 201 533 Sno-King 27 37 Harry Sherman 205 513 Pilchuck Drive In 23 40 Larry Koe!fler 538 STATISTICS Bill Wagner  519 Al 1)earle 516 Stu Jonkers ... 536 Jim Stansberry 0 507 Smllivan's Jewelry 875 ... Irene 183 512 Larry's Food Store... 2519 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE JUNIOR LEAGUE Kerns Service 42 22 Banshees 39 20% Std. Housewarmers 39 25 Pythons 33 27 Carlson Trucking 35 29 Were Wfs 32 28 A's Tavern 35 29 Scorpions 31 28 Monroe Hardware 32 32 V4unpi.res 23 38 Rainbow Tavern 25 39 Vikings 20 40 Sa{eway Store 24 40 STATISTICS Great Northern 24 40 Mike CYawford 196 486 Sdy Gibson 181 425 STATISTICS Mike Carlson 170-170 469 Carlson Trucking 887 2543 WOODS CREEK LEAGUE Jake Lorentzen 292 553 Eagles No. 1 51 13 Ken Haskins 193 541 Carlson Welding 37 27 Rudy Borchardt 224 538 Bill's "76" Union 36 27% Francis Jel]lson 191 535 Wolfkill Sur-Crop 31 33 Nels Carlson 192 534 Clarke Shell Oil 27 36% Jim Danielson 213 ... Newt's Chevron 26 38 Butt Main 211 ... Liquified Gas 24 40 Bert Spada 200 ... Scldlaty Bros 23 41 W.S.R. MIXED LEAGUE STATISTICS Aristocrats 44 19 Schaty Bros. 926 2753 Missiles 33 28 Ralph Gibson 202-213 581 Low Rollers 35 28% Chris Engen 563 Tigers 28 36 Ralph Millbach 213 563 Strikers 25% 38% Eldon Furlong 562 Sleepers 20% 43 Bob Pocednik 203-2 557 STATISTICS Harold Fkher 212 552 Aristocrats ... 1827 Vince Nelsor ... 551 Seepers 664 ... Roy JeRison ... 550 Hank Zandarski ... 519 Ed Plumley 208 550 Stewart Failor 196 Bill IMPs ... 547 Ila Gourde 188 438 Sherma ... 546 EVERGREEN LEAGUE Jim Danison ... 525 Monroe Pack 39 25 Cal Prentice 201 522 Lions 37 27 BUSINESSMENS LEAGUE Scott's Trolhy 36 27 Cmnn-dngs Bros. 40 24 Campbell Shoes 39 25 Duvall Motors 35 28 Sultan Jaycee.s 35 , 29 Ingalls Realty 34% 29% Coast to Coast 29 35 Minor Motors 28 36 Valley Feed Co. 15 49 STATISTICS Dale McCm-ty 221 543 Hry Ingalls 204 595 Ratph Gibson 221 595 Jack Law 206 539 Jim Cummings Jr. 225 574 Chris Engen 203 524 HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE Dm'igold 39 25 , Monroe Motel 36% 27% Monroe Sporting 36 28 Bubble Up. 34 29 CHARLES REFRIGERATION SALES and SER.VICP- 24 Hour Service A. i. (Ame) CHARLES Monroe-PYramld 4-2438 Phone Residence PY 4.5252 2S-ttr Stormo Shake Mill 36 28 Index Redmen 34 30 Umon Oil 33 31 Bob's Auto Repair 24 40 Ken's Auto Rebuild 16 47% STATISTICS Delton Davis 206 551 Vern Coon 223 539 Earl Akers 293 533 Umo Oil 856 2475 STARLITERS LEAGUE Cummings Bros. 44 20 Price Rite 40 24 Monroe Bowl 38 26 Bill's "76" Union 34 30 Monroe Ea$1es 28 36 Monroe Lockers 28 36 First Nat'l Bank 23 41 Drift Inn 21 43 STATISTICS learl Kcehler 176 500 Retta BorchmMt 191 514 Dee Gohl 215 531 Irene Gibson 189 524 Bonnie Ohlsen 211 518 Monroe Bowl 826 2241 Lions Club vs Blinkers, 2 games Lions Club 199 220 419 Blinkers 349 389 738 High Series for Lions Bill Snyder 103 ... High Series for Blinkers Hazel Golden 147 ... Ed- Brumbaugh 210 ... Olaf Myhre 197 ... ...an extension phone Give her an extension phone for kitchen, bedroom or sewing room to save steps and give pleasure for years to come. If 'you wish we have free personalized gift certificates for extension phones. Stop by our office or call us for full details. Serving the [astest growing communities in the U.S.A. WEST COAST TELEPHONE COMPANY FAMILY FALLOUT shelter constructed in the I tton is building the various shelters for research basement of the Orval M. Conner residence inland demonstration purposes. Group and come Battle Creek, Mich., is typical of some 100 built [ muuity shelters are also among 159 projects now or planned in the nation of either the basement[under way or being negotiated throughout the shelter type or the oatdoor above or below-ground [ nation for construction in new and existing pubHo designs. The Office of Civil and Defense MobiHza- I and private buildings, in parks, and similar sites. (OCDM Photo) April 28, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE NINE \\; *. ,' 0 This is sustained yield forest management... 40 y*a ' ..,, tdt  every mature tree harvested today in the :Douglaa fir region, there must be a balanced growth of 79 tes ravaging in age from 1 to 70 yes:re. planting Northwest jobs for the year 2040 New trees replace the old on properly managed commercial timberlands. Lands reforested this year will be our source of raw material in the year 2040. At that time, tree farms will be providing jobs, payrolls and products for another generation. A perpetual oyole of log supply and uninterrupted produc- tion year after year requires more than immediate replanting of harvested areas, however. It demands orderly cutting of mature timber in relatively equal amounts each year. Faster harvesting on our lands now would deplete resources, decrease future production and endanger long-range employment. Under the true sustained yield forestry plan we are building a balance of timber age classes. This will supply a uniform amount of mature timber each year for lumber, plywood, pulp, containers and other wood products. Production will be sable and employment opportunities oen grow, depending upon new products, research and development. Also, forest industry tax support for schools and overnment will continue on an untsrruptsd be 8uletned yield Is importtt to the continued prosperity of the Ptwifio Northweet...an area that relies on the forest l,roduots/ndtmtty for more than one half its economic welfar Worki to maitefm a l=ent forest lndutryl;; Company AWeyerhaeuser