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.Funeral...-Services. Sports Afield are renamg ror oo maoy eer in ome are mont we. oe ao o =,o not enough in others, is the big fodder scarce. The hungry white- ,,a L H, , Ups. v. Dne"er problem of wildlife agencies tail follows a food tail of apples throughout the range of white- and corn into the raD and is toiled deer, states Perry Walper caught when it trips a" wire. A in the May issue of Sports Afield deer may panic and be 'Elfrieda Pfieffer,, 65, pioneer Magazine. In Pennsylvania the sit- severely injured in its wid surge Monroe resident, passed away Tues- nation ires become critical. Hunger for freedom. Therefore trap di- day evening, May 17, in Monroe has driven deer from the moun- mensions are such as to allow General hospital after a brief ill- tains to the lowlands and farms, comfortable entry, head down. ness. Fruit growers, nurserymen and Once the trap is sprung, the vic- Funeral services are pending un- farmers suffer great loss from tim is so confined that there is no TELEVISION RADIO Repairs and Service WHEELER Radio and Television May 19, 1960 Monroe Monitor. Monroe, Wash. PAGE SEVEN KEITH NEON laUTb°i'0000ir!€ Signs and Service  Auto Repairs Only Neon Manufoc. turers in Snohomish County 2516 Wetmore Everett, Washington ;" Body Work Auto Painting RALPH MINOR MOTORS I room for movement to cause in- 'Yramid 4-3852 Monroe MONROE Phone BAview 47.63 FORD MONROE| jury. The sides of the trap ore  -n U-------.----- OOO__.O"" ••g malm°vedfurtherinwardas toit isreStriCttransferredthe ani-to •••••••••••••••••••••••••••O•••--•••O • a transporting crate. A panel in • the top of the crate is opened, and 111 ]( TRA LARGE   as the deer puts its head out, one • l 1 i. - ,ts ,s,o: I RANCH EGGS :aken Most • V "Local Eggs Are BeRet" Dozen game protector holds the head and another affixes ;an ear identification lw tag. Thus the deer is marked and • recorded to establish after release. Loaded on' trucks, deer are taken • to selected release areas. til notification of next of kin. Mrs. Pfieffer was a member of Peace Lutheran Church, Monroe, and the American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving are one son, G r a n t Pfieffer, Rt. 2, Monroe; one sister, Charlett Milz, Hanover, Ontario; two brothers, William Planz, La- Port City, Iowa, and Jack Planz, Hanover, Ontario. State To Raise 120-Thousand Game Birds It is anticipated that game farms of the Washington State Depart- ment of Game will raise nearly 120 thousand birds in 1960, accord- ing to William Ford, general super- intenddnt for the state's game farms. The eight units are now in the peak of pheasant hatching, Ford said. Young chicks started coming off two weeks ago and are now hatching in large numbers. One-hundred ninety-five thousand pheasant eggs are being set this season; in addition chukar and Hungarian partridge, bobwhite and valley quail, and redleg and bam- boo partridge eggs will be set. Most of the chicks to be raised will be released in the fall. Others will be turned loose during the summer months, at twelve weeks of age; and approximately 30,000 will be held as broodstock for next year's production. The 1960 spring release of adult pheasants, which provided the eggs now being set, has been nearly completed, according to Ford. Adults are planted during the spring months to enable them to raise broods in the wild and thus deer damage. Adding to the prob- lem, thousands of new homes have been built since World War II on what were once farms and woed- lands. Deer find the new environment much to their liking. It doesn't take long for new 1,andowners to close the region to the deer hunter by posting legally obtained forbid- dance signs. Choice browse, with no hunters, makes a haven for the deer. As a herd increases, damage mounts. In some areas deer are shot for control, but in heavily populated sections this can't be done. In the Ligonier €alley of south- western Pennsylvania, experiment- al trapping is being tried by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Traps are built of heavy oak in openwork slatted construction. They resemble huge rabbit traps. Trapping is best in severe winter May 17, 1960 Editor, Monroe Monitor Monroe, Washington Dear Sir: I would like to take this oppor- tunity to ask everyone to observe Armed Forces Day on May 21st by displaying the American Flag. The Monroe JC's will be putting up flags again on Main and Lewis streets for those who have pur- Don Ramey, Monroe high school graduate and CWC freshman, will be one of four Central Washington deer are set free on game lands managed for public hunting. Oth- • NO SALES TO DEALERS • ers ore set free in remote areas • where these animals ore scarce PY 4-2461 (Parking In Runt) Monroe dmf°rwghitetagl?drefuset°accept:so •. Packed By Del Monte Large 303 Tina SNOWDRIFT' new range and return to be trap- Dew Drop Asparagus 5/Sl °° ped repeatedly. A repeater, identified by its tag, is moved mi,e00 ,0,'..,-- it will stay put. ' - : Kraft Asst. Preserves 5/'1 °° rej[ular price 73' . • CWC Monr0eite  Mix'era Up As You Wish Large 303 ServingDem0s  Beets-Peas-Gr.Beans S/q° ° € : • Home-Style  Delicious -- In yrup Large 2  e" Banquet Bartlett Pears 4/Sl °° College of Education young Demo- crats who will participate in the state Democratic conclave in Spo- kane May 28. .Ramey will act as a regular delegate with another classmate, both being a part af the twenty- man Kittitas County delegation. The former Monroe grad is cur- rently president of the college's Young Democratic club. He is the • Solid White Meat -- Budget Price • Surf-Mist Tuna Fish Large 3-lb. Tin 4/,1 °° O O .$ v • O Pr May,,, Formerly Washln . SPECIALS N.(Lewis St., Monroe PYramid 4-5511 ROCKET 2-4-D Weed Cutter 50 FOOT COIL ELECTRIC FENCE CONTROLLER UNmO %" PLASTIC All electric -- low in cost "7" economical. Has tw'.m HOSE REINFORCED fuses for complete ede£y. :uses s,taadara 1in vo$ current. ControUecc uncondYdonally warranty for 12 months. WITH Special... $21.4S NYLON THOR 200 Guaranteed for 12 years Specml $3.95 BATTERY FENCE CONTROLLER  " This UNICO 6 volt controller has built in quality to _ _ _ -11.45 UNICO ESTATE KIT give you years of eficiert service SPECIAL  A " handy package containing a .................. " ¢9 95 +ouna ca, each of No. I Esta.te -l O VUhl tA l l P-KI I I rn spec,ai ... , • Insecticide, No. 2 Estate Fungi- cide .and No. 3 ':Es:Le Mflcide. 1LA't'lll• & O • A I.TI2|l.Tg TM rXhe home owner can, by means Avau,- L--o a.. of these produc,ts, adopt a pro- ,a,. • ,q. tuuznBnmtax tective pro'am to prevent most ../N/KI.k../%./K vvrlGGLDi4,KKVVlF insects, plat diseases and mil- dews from reaching highly de- All steal, 5 cubic foot tra -- .pneumatic tire. stmtctive propovons. , SPECIAL... $29.95 Special $2.95 The cost of living index in Bo- livia jumped 15 fold between 1945 and 1955; in Paraguay, over the same period, the increase was 30 fold. Highlight of tills meeting will be a critical examination of the "Peace and Prosperity" slogan of the opposition party, by four of our outstanding Young Democrats from around the state. Questions and answers from the audience will be wdlcome as always. Many possible and probable candidates for office this fall will be in attendance. Free refreshments will be served. Large Package HI Ha CRACKERS 35c m Og¢IDENT IIno$ i Fr-----esh Ala------ska M-i----" ....... [BEST I;00O. *HALIBUT lb. 39' FLOUR I $ i From Young Eastern Pork -- Shoulder Cut 24 Pounds .................. -- n • *PORK ROASTS lb. 39'[ ' ' " *VEAL PATTIES lb. 79  IA Good Tasty Economy Steak Pound Tree Sweet . -- Reg. • • 0rangeJmce 5 for '1°°: : IChuck Air|¢ .o ,00ooo,, [[STEAK iL DLarig01d ice Crea mj LIPTON'S f qrll € j.85,:.... .. We Sell Good. Locker Meats. I TEA BAGS , [ I-I[ I : | Custom Cutting h OurBusmess  ?,'°'."0o"*'o ... ,, ,w, I • OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00 were Kathy Carver, David Asper, Kurt Biderbost, Eileen Steffen and 6 Sharry Cook. Local 4-H leaders assisting with • the details of the contest were Madeline Ray and Elma Steffen. Mrs. Helena Glover furnished • transportation. 0 SALE STARTS THURSDAY NOON From Henry House  The Good Cure Pound PICNICS Sugar Cured  Tenderized accepted. The superintendent was asked to tabulate bids received for supply- inK eletcric light globes and to ac- cept the low bid in each case. Mary Steffen was first with a • perfect score in the Holstein con- test. Other blue ribbon winners • enhance natural reproduction in chased them. Armed Forces Day O FRESH TOMATOES marginal pheasant areas, is always the 3rd Saturday in May Monroe 4-Hers Score I LONG GREEN CUCUMBERS ........................ ...... eachCfn" 10€ 29c Last yea,', approximately 99 thou- by Presidential proclamation. It Top Places In County O RADISHES GREEN ONIONS .... ,...bunch 4€ sand birds were raised on Depart- replaces Army Day April 6th, Navy ment farms. DayDay 0ctoberwhich was27ththeand2ndAirsaturdayF°rces Dairy Judging Meet • X-TRA LARGE GRAPEFRUIT ........ 2 for 19€ in September. The Monroe JC's Monroe 44I members fared well • " "Board Meets militaryUrge everyoneinstallationtO visit aand viewnearbYthe in a county-wide dairyjudging con-  [ "many displays and demonstrations test held last Saturday. Snohomish LIPTON'S SOUP SPECIAL I County Farm ,Bureau sponsored thetimeArmedto prepare.Services have taken the this annual event which is called • [ Green Pea Soup ........................ 2 for 33t= I For Hours, Hours recognitionthe Earl HOpeof theMem°riallate EarlcontestB. Hopein  i Tomot o Vegetable .................... 2 for 29€ [ R. W. Cedergreen of the county extension service. O [Chicken Noodle ........................ 3 for 43€] (Continued from Page 1) Past President proved$731" FOrplansthe librarY,to add tables,directors$120;ap- Monroe Junior ChambercommerceOf heldThreethe sameSeparateday, contests were O [Onion Soup Mix ........................ 2 for 3Sc i chairs, $200; shelves, $200; work Local blue ribbon Guernsey win- P room, $250; and plumbing, $250. hers were Sherrie Sofie, 2nd place; O [Wish Bone French Dressing ................ 23€ [ Two bids to supply paint to the Young Demos Meet and Chris Ray, Kathy Carver, Kurt , school were received--one from " ! Wagner Lumber Company, the Slated Next Tuesday Biderbost, Larry Cook, Susanne Hultgren, Teresa ,Biderbost and • other from Monroe Hardware & Sporting Goods. The Monroe Hard-All young people interested in Tina' Schneider" "Irving's Marine! ware low bid of $4.60 per gallon for promoting better government on . Top judge of the Jersey contest .,. was Teresa Biderbost Other win- coatt°P cOatwas paintaccepted.and $4.30 for under- invitedl°Cal' stateto attendand nationalthe MayleVelS'meetingare hers in this field were "Joanne Hult- • Directors received three bids of the Snohomish County Young gren, Kathy Carver, Tina Schnei- ,, from firms wishing to supply plas- Democratic Club, in Everett, Tues- der, Kurt Biderbost, Judy Steffen, ter board. The low bid from Wag- day, May 24, 8 p.m. at the public Sherrie Sofie, Terry Keck, Jeffry  THERE IS NO SUBSIII30-|11 FOR QUAIJTY her Lumbor Company of $3.29 was library auditorium. Ray and Russell Dean. O son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ramey,  | LJ}ll |ll'r L IIP, imlllll  | Rt. 2 Monroe. 0 GALLON CLOROX BLEACH SSc SOUPS 2 for 35€ : HEINZ ASSORTED OLD, COUNTRY HARD TACK 29€ P]--orCho¢olate NEW GIANT OVALTINE 79€ FREE-STOME $ 00g PEACHES 5 for . . . . Black Gold - Lge. 17 oz. STANDBY ; PEANUT : BUTTER , ,, Large Jar .................... _ : DURKEES MARGARINE 4 Ibs. $1.00 :