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PAGE TWELVE Monroe Monitor. Monroe, Wash., April 28, 1960 w.., Christian Reformed Church V/IF.ST IVLAq ST. MORNING WORSHIP AFTERNOON SERVICE 10:00 A.M. 2.&apos;O9 P.M. YOU ARE INV|TED Sunday School for all ages at 11:15 A.IVL 37-tf l PLUHBIHG SUPPUES BvronHdwe. MONROE ainu EFFICIEN I & CAREF UL! NATION-WIDE /'" . " MOVING SERVICE i SERVING THE SKYKOMISH VALLE5 FOR THE PAST 40 YEARS SNOHOMISH AUTO FREI6HI Phones -- Monroe, PY 4-331 I Snohomiah, LO 3-2444 --1 ' "  \\;;..wlth our RA|N|ERS in 1960 : i..:: ............ J Research forester finds "man-from-Mars" protection clothing necessary when evaluating selective sprays designed to control seed- desta.oying insects attacking new cone buds as they open in the spring. F Sasebal Special  Ground Beef Seed cones, used for reforestation programs, are collected in large qconectiedobeYr;ig0bl}0m::hfe:t:istgef::?s. Weyerhaeuser Company [ , T.V. Dinners / P.vo.fge Moor Two Monroe Girls *--"" "''"" Elected To Snohomish I SWANSON'S -l [ Ground fresh dady. Safeway's Ib At Hi School C::o:WtF'H" 2";a: ] Quick.frozen Each 4 I" I fine quality. Lean and bright. S, elle Holcomb, Barbara Gatterman ,and Mrs. Cecelia Peters The Monroe chapter was in charge of entertainment for the eotmty meeting Donelle Holeomb (Contied from Page 1) ed md will be offered the parents for proval. The information offered pareuts should be covered in approx,-hate- ly one hour ;after which individual student programs will be analyzed by Gillies and guidance director Verne lankhauser in .attempts to satisfy each pupil's needs ,and de- sires. Parems unable to attend the meeting are requested to make an ppointment with Gillies or Fank- hauser for .a later date by phoning flag high school (PY 4-3606). gave a vocal selection accompan- ied on the piano by Nancy Borlin. On April 7-8 Susan Johnson and Nancy Borlin delegates and Mrs. Dee Johnson, chapter mother, a- tended the state FHA convention on the Washington State University campus in Pullman. Approximately 300 girls attended this meeting which included la talk by Ernest Timpani, superintendent of Washington State Reformatory. His topic was "Making the Most of Our Potential Abilities." Confer- Lady Lions See Fi|ms enee theme was "Blueprints for On Retard Children Better Understanding." The middle of March the girls - Films on retarded children were sown last Thursday evening, April 21, at the meeting of the Lady Lions at the home of Mrs. A1 Skar- berg, 340 S. Sam St. Mrs Bob Sdfilaty was co-hostess. The films showing the care and eeds of retarded children were tended a Demonstration Day in Bellingham for chapter members and officers of Region 1. Susan Johnson and Janie Jellison demon- strated the making of pizza and were awarded "an exollent" ra- ting and received $15 for the Mon- roe chapter. --- Baseball Special---- H00-C- Orange R'r*hi"g 4"*Drink Cans Sl ---- Baseball Special "--" Chewing Gum, / Your choice of J C all 5c brands Pkg. ,3 Pork Loin 49 DOUBLE , Whol. o, h.lf. r.o.,, oo,,.., two pork roasts with VALUE .,..,... .o,,,..,..,. lb. " Skinless Wieners 01m00iUnai:El0000:00Sa0000 all lb. 49' Piece Bacon Diamond "F". 6 to 10.15. Side] Lean streaked Fresh Pork Sausage .. 39' Fish Sticks c..,,, ,o. 29' CHOICE Pkg. Fresh Red Snapper , 29' ,0043 Lean **Ground Beef ',.69' Beef Pot Roast u.,.o,c.Blade Cut lb. 49' 7-Bone Pot Roast '" o,,. .w,r,, 59' 1'1 shown by Mrs Ruby Brown of Ev- Others from Monroe making the erect while Mrs" Itazel Venabeles' trip were Nancy Brlin' Janet Fed" 5 c i [ also of Everett, narlated erico, Charlene Hm'tzell, and Mrs. F I R i H LUCERNE I Worchestershire Sauce i CeceliaPeters tune putter 6r.det L&P . 29 Luncheon was served to Mes- 5anet Federico, Nancy Borlin, Don- dames Paul Bennett, Bob Ilom- ster, iels Carlson, Tom Gable, Cliff 1-lb. Pkg. GJUies, W, ayne Kern, Bert Main, I' Gordon Tjerne, Bob Warner, Doc WSU Mother's Bus Will Boresa'BobOlsen'Skarberg' LeaveMay6Frmweek to]eaveEv- II "'" 9 CREAM'S'= and one additional guest, Mrs. Dick Hoyt. . Everett For Weekend 1 1 _ _ Reg. or Drip Grind rllllS LoTTee 21b C,n $117 ,.  Announcement was made this of a special ,bus -..,k. Cg" erett for Pullman for parents who A V A L 0 H plan to attend the traditional Moth- SNOW $Tallon $1.35 ers' Weekend festivities at Wash- ington State University. Announce- son 73 ( Lfll MONROE ment was made by Margit Ander- ('r;crn for the Associated Women Stu- Half I[ Phone PY 4-4517 dents Committee for the weekend. The All.Vegetable Sh0rtenmg. Thm's., FrL' Sat.,  Previously five chartered buses allon U7 were scheduled to loave Tacoma  B 1  Iiiv Just right to use for baking. 3-lk Can April 28-29-30 May 1 and Seattle for the May 6-7-8 week- wtvte so rtW' l I aamaScope . COLOR ! PLUS-- A FAIRVIEW PDUCTK)H A UHIVERSAL.iHTERHATI^L RELEASE SCHEDULE -- THURSDAY & SUNDAY "4D Man" 7:15 Only "5o Few" 8:55 Only FRIDAY & SATURDAY "4D Man" 7:00 & 10:32 "SoFew" 8:30 Only Kiddies Matinee (Kids 6 to 60) SATURDAY 1 p.m. "Littlest Hobo" 2 STOOGE COMEDIES 3 COLAR CARTOONS ALL SEATS 35c end but now, in addition, a bus will leave the Everett Greyhound Depot on Friday morning, May 6, taking mothers and other family members the short route direct to the campus Compton Union build- ing. The bus will return to Everett on Sunday, May 8, leaving at 2 p.m. Seats are still aailable on the Everett bus which must be re- served in advance with he WSU Moms Weekdnd Area Bus chair- man, Mrs. Dan Lancaster, P. O. Box 603, Seattle 88. University of Idaho mothers are also invited to use the WSU buses ,as their campus at Moscow, Ida., is only (a short distance from Pull- ,man. The weekend program aain this year will include the festival of gymnasties and dance, the produc- tion of "South Pacific" at Pallman high school, he "Matchmaker" in Bryan hall, the fish fan production, 11 slated Fri(ay evening. Saturday night's schedule will include Spur Song fest, the pays, a community concert. On Saturday morning the May Queen coronation is set. In the afternoon a garden party is plan- ned at the president's bovae. Sun- day afternoon a concert featuring Miss Rose Bamton, soloist, is sched- uled. PROBE LEUKEMIA CAUSE Leukemia is a form of cancer for Which there is growing evidence that it mav be caused by a virus. The American Cancer Society is now investing nearly $1.000,000 in search for a cure for leukemia. It is also supporting $1,250,000 in virus research. Research h,as made it possible to cure leukemia in labor- atory animals by drus and mas- sive doses of x-rays. These exoeri- mental approaches, however, have not made it possible to cure leu- kemia in human patients. Support the American Cancer Society's Ap- ril Crusade and help continue this encouraging research attack. Tall Cherub MilR 8 for $1.00 Tall Carnation Milk 6 for 79 Campbell's Tomato Juice 4:z. 23' NFW POTATOES dr".,l,41,..A rLAA'A LUCERNE Quart 49 Pinf 4')1= ] Long Wh, for s,ze and quahb/ ,q/llUq ,llqqq Half Gallon 89c Carton dr,,uF S.ow. . 20-oz. Shced P,neapple .,..,, 4 o. 1 Dan,sh 33' Curtsy Horns ,.. White 7-oz. $ Sohd Pack Tuna ,,o, 3 (.., 1 He. . Whole Kernel eqF 12-oz. Sql Ignway .orn V.c..m Pack I Cans [ ,, 00--SILV-00OLLA00fl G p f it '0"'--"*"" ra e ru Rhubarb 5' I L,,:.:i,i:,N WISH-BONE / ^"z7;,TCT:'::oo:::m'" Fresh ro,.sed.n..seb,,|speo|a|.Poml, I o0000ss,00os / Peanuts 3 Jl.O0 ] ,, I I' lt, .Irb 1 (} (' J] 0 For 3 different WISH-BONE | 84b. 1%k :'- :.:.  // Soaa o,..., tob., o, / ,d ,.o.t.V.,ow .st, I  Olr, r aul tl// " 2S For2differentWlSH-BONE i Bag , I <Minn./ SolodOretsJngLabel, / Omons 3 10' I HURRY! OFFER EXPIRES APRIL 30, 1960/ Sale starts 9 A.M. Thursday, April 28, through Saturday, April 30 in Monroe. We reserve the right to limit quanties. No sales to dealers. Located in the Monroe Shopping Center.