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PAGE EIGHT Monroe Monitor, Thursday, June 19, 1958 School Sprinkler System Should Be Left Alone Monroe school district authori- ties request that the sprinkling systems set out on the various fields of the district not be tam- pered with, nor shut off. They point out that inasmuch as the district has but one sprinkling system, it is manda- tory that they be left operatable whe~ placed on athletic fields, Superintendent Thomas E~. Marsden said that if ball players would make known .their schedule, the district would make every ef- fort to cooperate in the place- ment of the lone sprinkler sys- tem so as not to interfere. He pointed out that there have been instances when the sys.tem has been shut off at night, both depriving the grounds of much needed water and placing a severe pressure on the lines. School Board (Contlnued from Ps~e Ts three directors present, acting president Jack Cole, Delmar F!eming and Lyle Earlywine. Absent were president Kenneth Schilaty and Floyd Howell, the latter because of illness.. The only other formal action taken by the board was authori- zation for the superintendent to c,.ontinue purchases of govern- ment surplus property. In his monthly report, Marsden indicated he would be on the road this week in quest of teachers. Area Sewage (Continued from Page lj ations to the .town council when they e~nvene in regular session June 25. In his report to the group, Kra- met, whose firm designed this community's sewage disposal plant, explained the siz, and capab~ties of Monroe's sewage disFosal system, Manning said. State Sportsmen ~Conttuuotk =rom Pa~u tere~t ,that it should continue strong backing of the Game Com- mission and the Game Depart- ment, together vith the Attorney- General's office, to defeat this move, Monroe Census (Continued from Page 1) most seriously affected by thes.e developments, while Wenatchee (Chelan County), Tacoma and Spokane have been affected to a lesser degree. Fourth, several of the cities and towns located in areas which are primarily dependent upon logging operations have shown small de- clines during the past year. Most of the logging communities' of western Washington have experi- enced only modest losses, with the exception of Forks (Clallam County) which has delined by 18:2 per cent. In eastern Washington, declines were r~ported in Leaven- worth (Chelan County), 3.4 per cent, Twisp and Okanogan (Okan- ogan County), 2.9 and 7.5 per cent, respectively, With Chewelah~ declining 4.8 per cent in popula- tion during the past year. Cities and towns whose lumber mill~ produce paper products, in contrast to general sawmill oper- ations, have not been as serious- ly affected by the economic re- cession. Several of these, towns actually experienced increases. " E~amples of these communities are Longview and Cosmopolis,' each with extensive and modern pulp operations. Longview showed a population increase of 100, or 0.4 per cent, and Cosmopolis 59, or 4.7 per cent. F i f t h, no consistent pattern characterizes the population de- velopment of the state's recrea- tional and health centers during the past year. Most of ,these com- munities usually experience no- ticeable seasonal fluctuation in population. The permanent popu- lation of Westport (Grays Harbor County) continues .to increase gradually. Long Beach (Pacific County), Winthrop (0kanogan County) and the communities in the Grand Coulee recreational area appear to have become stabilized during the past year, although Soap Lake (Grant Coun- tyL has reported a very substan- tiaI loss of 802 persons since April 1, 1957. As was pointed out ~pre- viously, the decline in the p'opu- lation of Soap Lake is attributable largely to the decrease in mili- tary personnel at Larson Air Force Base. Sixth, changes in the distribu- tion of military personnel CYeaan O' The Crop. Large white Dozen AVALON MONROE Frl. - Sat. Only JUNF'. 20-21 ~ 11 TECHIIIRAMA,-a L,~M S~T~ ~IE~XXT~S Tmamcoto~ Above Feature 8:3~ ADDED Above Feature 8".30 Only Also Fresh Grade"AA" EGGS . .,. doz. 47~ - HI-C PARTY PUNCH ------Lunch Box -- made in Seattle SANDWICH SPREAD I [] [] [] [] [] BANANAS Perfectly ripened for the finest flavor. Select from our large display. Pound Fhlck yellow rebated. RiPE CANTALOUPE .. . Local grown. Full boxes. :~ ' 'r~ -- ~ ..... RED RASPBERRIES . . Sweet-Tender-Local grown. Solid heads. Special ib 15c HEW CABBAGE . . . . PINEAPPLE [] buy. [] [] . . . 2 for 33~ Full boxes Sugar Loaf ~ Extra sweet. A special buy lb. I0~ throughout the state have affect- Choose your favorite 5c size .2 full. boxes 49~ . ..oh I0~ LEHONS Sunkist, juicy, large size .~ 3 for l Oc Carton of 24 dozen 39~ 46-oz. Can 29' Quart Jar ICE CREAM Snow Star- assort, ed varieties Special this weekend Quart carton Half Gallon 35' 69' SALAD DRESSING Nu Made ~ made in Seattle Quart jar 45' NOB HILL COFFEE l-lb. pkg. 2-lb. pkg. 79' '1" AO l-lb. pkg. 2-1b .kg [] [] "i'~. A~rway Coffee._ 75c$i.4~ Pineapple Grapefruit, so refreshing "4~-oz can DOLE FRUIT DRINK ' ZDc i,a "Lani 46-oz. ea~ PINEAPPLE JUICE .............................. 4 for 89 ' 4-oz. Can ROYAL TREAT MUSHROOMS. ................. 29c Highway 1T-oz. can CREAM CORN ................................ 8 for $1.00 CURTSY BEAR CLAWS Baked fresh daffy S-oz. pkg 29, CURTSY RANCH BARS Goldeu ~or Devilsfood 14-0z. pkg 39~ LUCERNE TWO-TEN Ha~ Gallon .................................. 39c NUCOA MARGARINE ~-lb. pkg. ................................ 29c Made in Washington I6-oz. pkg. FISHERS ZOOM .......................................... 2Sc 22-oz. bottle LUMBERJACK SYRUP 39c I5~-oz. can NALLEY'S SPAGHETTI & MEAT ................ 27c 100' ft. roll WAXTEX WAXED PAPER .......................... 22c ed many commun}ties. The most CANDY BARS .. ................. Ctn of 24 97c striking co,sequences have been .... produced by the movement of the Military Air Transport Service away from Lars~n Air i o r c e Base which is situated in prox- imity to the city of Moses Lake. This movement, coupled with a reduction in Boeing employment at the base, has halted the steady growth of Moses Lake as well as the growth of several other com- munities in this part of the state. On the other hand, continued ac- tivity at Fairchild Air Bas~, west of Spokane, has resulted in a further population growth of 15.5 per cent in Airway Heights (Spo- kane County). Increases in personnel at the Nayal Air station on Whidby Is- land have been responsible for the marked rise in the population of Oak Harbor and, to a lesser degree, of Coupevitle. Between April I, 1957 and April 1, 1958 Oak Harbor reported an increase of 713, or 30.7 per cent. The c'or- responding increase for Coupe- ville was 30, or 4.4 per cent. Bre- merton grew slightly during the past year as a result of the pres- ence of 2 aircraft carriers with their crews and families. Seventh. the increase in insti- tutional l~pulations during the past year has been a significant factor in. the growth of a few communities. Examples of this type of growth may 13e found in Trading cards in carton .Plus deposite NESBITS ORANGE 6 for 49c 3 varieties -- White, Devilsfood and Butter Scotch 19-oz. pkg. SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES .................... 33c / BEEF PRICES ARE LOWEST AT --SA FEWAY-,- Apple Chlp, Lemon Flake Chocolate Chlp, Banana 19-oz. pkg. SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES .................... 39c Bone end BEEF RUMP ROAST ........ lb. SDc BONELESS BEEF STEW .... lb. 69c Pkg. of ~'sBEEF SIRLOIN TIP ROAST lb. B5c FRESH GROUND BEEF .... lb. 49c PRESCRIPTION FACIAL TISSUE ............... . 15c . .~.o,,.,,..,,... BEEF TOP ROUND STEAK Ib79,1 BONWDARE PASTEL PLATES ........ 2 for 29c [] [] [] [] , [] DS IBEEF BOTTOM ROUND STEAK Ib 69'1 FR.0ZEN, ELAIR GREENF00,,~ [BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK . . : .'i" ." .'lb'. 69'] ~uo ... ~., 8 for Sl IBEEF T-BONE STEAK Ib 79 their peak 10-oz. pkg ........... [] [] RATH'S SLICED FRESH BRADLEY SMOKED PICNICS BACON KING SALMON FRUIT PIES PIN~A~P~ ORANGE DRINK Smoked just right 39c 49c Apple, Cherry or Boysenberry 8-inch Pie Dole- Frozen 6-oz. can 6-8 lbs. Perfect Morelles Palace .. Whole or half a 2 foiw~, choice for Sunday Serve for break-., sea food treat Lb.U ........... ....... id~O' "'qO~ dinner. Lb ......... fast Lb ............. Lb : :... 9-OZ. call withMedical Lake (Spokane CountY)an increase of 9.8 per cent, DOLE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 7for SlNIBLETsWhleKernelco l,-oz Can and in Port Townsend, w~ere the [] [] [] [] [] RN ................6 for $1.00 s t a t e Diagnositc Center h a s . ' Rancho " -, moved into Fort Worden. _~TAIHI_~T r.llllllK TIIIIA ~'~ ~'z~ Eighth, the suburbanization , ~"~ VEGETABLE SOUP .............. ".. 2~ trend appears to be continuing, es.peciaUy in the metropolitan" I r|[IlIlIVI VIIV|II" Iql~"rR [] [] [].[] [] [] [] i ::Ican ~a~: ~0~3 ~a~ area of Seattle. Most of the com- KEN NOODLESOUP.... munities in this area reported in- SEA TRADER CRAB HEAT . 39 IlL ........ ~s',~s;~o:' creases during the past year ~e REYONLDS FO largest numerical increase (1,066 persons) was reported in Kent; [] [] [] [] [] other large increases have oc- lake Terrace (774), Bellevue (750) INSTANT CHOCOLATENalley MAYONNAISE LUNCHEON i=Ltig=_ hndNinth,TUkwilaannexation(503), played a very Bakers Flavor Mix J Made in the Northwbst [Ram's ~- perfect for sandwiches/ . v..~. 5-lb. Bag importan.t part in the growth of 16-OZ. carl i Quart Jar " I 12-OZ. Call / 3-lb. Can S~ck up now ,~., ,~- populationmany towns andadded citieS.by annexattonThe total47c , [ 59c . I , 47c i 93c 71c ~ " to incorporated municipalities of the st'ate amotmted to over 4,800 dub-inK the past year. In LUX FLAKES LUX DETERGENT FACIAL TISSUE TOILET TISSUE persOnSseveral cases, such as Port Orch- For fine, fabrits Liquid -- easy to use Powder Room M.D. Powder Room M,D.TOILET-eeonomteailyTISSUE~ ..~1 arc], Bremerton, Rock Island, Au" burn, Everett, Sedro-Woolley, and 1,2-b~ pkg. . 22-0z. can Pkg. of 400'-s Pkg. of 4'-s Pkg. of 4's ~allyEaSt Redmond, annexationSpopu.aC. ~ -~_-~_ offset declines in the 3Sc 71C 29 53c 43c lation within the. 1957 corporate limits of these cities. The largest increment resulting from annexa-Camay Soap .............. .. reD. 3/29c Ivory Flakes 12-oz. pkg. 3Sc Cheer DeferDen+ 2 I-oz. pkg. 35c tion (635 persons) was reportedZest Beauty Bar bath .size 2/41c Dash De+ergep 25-oz. pkg. 41c by Edmonds. Other municipali- " " ties which annexed relatively large populations are Tukwfla KRAFT (392), Everett (359), Mountlake Terrace (354), Vancouver (351), for perfect salads 1 and Sunnyside (328). Miracle French Dressing t How much is a'billlon dollars? Well, it's a pile of $1,000 bills-- Ill ~eet higher than the Washing- ton Monument! 8-oz BII. 25' Comer Cleanser 14-oz. Can 2/31c Prices effective Thursday, June ]9, thru Saturday, June 21, 1958, in Monroe. No ~alea to~ dealers, right to limit is re- ~erved.