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((ontinued  page i) Grouse are up slightly but not as much as pheasants, chukars and quail. D]&apos;R- the 1960 harvest for Yakima and Kittitas counties should be above average. Deer herds have made a complete recovery from the 1956 winter setback. Excel- lent fawn crops of the past several years assure a healthy complement of age classes, and yearlings will be plentiful for the 1960 hunt. The fact that deer season will run sever- al days later this year should pro duce a bumper crop of large bucks in the hunter's bag. All ranges in Yakima and Kittitas county will produce excellent deer hunting. Some of the better spots are the Teanaway and Swank drainages, the north rim of Kittitas Valley, Bethal and Menastash ridges, the Tieten drainage, and .the Ahtanum Cowiche drainages. PHEASANTS -- the hatch pro- mises a better than average crop. Hunters will find birds more plenti- ful than in 1959 but less than in 1958, a record year. The outlook is very encouraging despite the early spring weather which had an ad- verse effect, on early hatches. Wild populations will be supplemehted by 15,500 birds released {rom game farms prior to hunting season. Hunters will find cover very ,plentiful in the Yakima valley this all. Corn acreage is up to approxi- mately 40,000 acres and sugar beet acreage has also increased. Crop harvest however, is earlier and His heavy cover should be eliminated at. a festa: rate than m 1959, if weather is fare.cable. Hum ing success should hold up better throughout the 1960 season instead of tapering 6ff rather abruptly as it did last year. The saran4 half of the season will produce good hunt ing as cover removal progresses and birds concentrate. Better pheasant areas will be the Raze, the Yakima Indian leserva Lion, and the Moxee and Ahtanum valleys. Benton and Wifitstrand areas also have a good population of birds. Kit.tiLes Valley posting continues to be heavy and Yakima Valley hunters will see almost as PAGE FIVE State Predicts Hunt Outlook County Talks o, Hod ,.,s.ts... P.,k as**.,  . ,60 o= o,. o=oo. , Initiation for three, presentation were introduced. m New Building of memorials and a pot luck sup- Indtiation was held for Mr. and Lethe Work Yakima Ridge, and the Horsehea- per for members and their fami- Mrs. Henry Bengston and Mrs. yen Rim near Presser. lies highlighted the meeting of Don k. Memorials are to / t'e'rU-I- ID uyDo'J'" li IIUI :Du;IJ;n" DISTRICT 5 (Continued from Page 1), Monroe Chapter, Order of the the late Carl Haul)rock of the provement of the sight, $34,000 for Eastern Star, last. Wednesday eve- General Grand Chapter, and Mrs. Farm Machinery Reairs (Okanogan, Chelan, and part of alterations to the existing building ning. Mary Wilson of San Francisco. Douglas county) af Eq ip ,Mule deer are the most sought- and $20,000 for a war memorial. Tables or the  luck supper, Mrs. Carlotte ite, worthy He u ment Repairs Commissioners lave marked $73,- the first meeting of the lall sea- matron, and Mrs. Hart reported after prize in this district, and num- Idi d bl Idi bars are again up this year. For 800 for "contingency", $8,000 for son, were centered with arrange- on the grand chapter meeting last We ng an Porte e We ng soil surveys and testing and $237,000 ments af dahlias. The group met June in Spokane. Mrs. White also mixedbags of game, plus good for fees and taxes, at the Masonic Temple. announced a meeting of the ways .AKLUPl :)"'"'"^"'ie MACHINE SHOP fall fishing, this district is pro- Floor plans indicate a two-level Visitors from Snohomish and Ft. and means committee for her bably unexcelled in the state. The parking, storage room, jail kitchen, Lewis were welcomed at the 8 home on Friday, September 23 at series of mild winters has put most PYramid 4-4793 NORTH LEWIS STREET game species in good to excellent heating plant and prisoner receiv- p.m. business meeting. Mrs. Mar- 7:30 p.m. The chapter's next rag- , shape, ing facilities in the basement-, garet Hart, grand representative, ular meeting will be September DER -- have continued to in- County commissioners will share and Mrs. Lucille Swanson, worthy 28. The meeting will open in "long Monitor WQflt Ads Brlnq Resu|$ Eve Time creas. during the past year. For the irst floor with the planning matron of Goldenrod Chapter, form." the months of 'May, June and July commission. An auditorium, ac- total of 83 road-kills was repgrt- ed--the highest figure in recent years and a good index o'f deer abundance. Another indicator. damage complaints, has increased materially during t.he past summer. Hunters should be aware, however, hat during the irst two weeks of the season the majority of harwst is of yearling bucks in the lower areas. Early in the season a, hunt- er ,after the big ones must be pre- pared to hunt the high country with a pack outfit. In Douglas county the most pro- ductive areas for deer are .along the brehks of the Columbia river and Badger mountain. Foc those with boats, or able to pack in, suc- cess is always high in the upper Lake Chelan areas, especially on the north side of the lake. Other good Chelan county areas include thecreekFirStarea.,Creek--Twenty-fiVeTyee ridge, Mile Hi C Orange Drink 3/89 Entiat after contracts were let. i ridge, and the upper Entiat and  , upper Chiwawa river areas. If ITI Jr Unhappy weather dffers fall storms, then Ua.,or Fancy Pack At The Budget Price Lie 1/2  migration routes such as Blewett S W Tuna Fish //89 Pass, Mission creek, the lower == Chiwawa, EnLiat ridge, ,Mad river. 0vet Judging Muddy creek, Twenty-five Mile creek, and Cooper mountain Often Quality and Price for Happy Dogs Lge. 16-oz. become hot spots for the hunter. (Continued Vets Dog Food 10/89' * For early season hunting in Oka- Bremerton cok first for cities ' nogan county hunters should try the of 2O,000 to 50,000 with Bellingham sagebrush areas of the upper Meth- coming in second, Walla W, alla  ow and Okanogan river drainages, taking third and Longview getting Dennison's  Good Brands You Know Lge. 16-oz. Spots that should be good at this an honorable mention. Chili Con Carne 3/89' time include the Cub-creek-Rendez- Auburn, !challenging city, won vous area, Methow Game Range, first in the 5,000 to 20,000 class, Sinlahekin Game Range, Loomis with Anacortes taking second, Mos- many "No Huning" signs as last mountain and Teats Coolee, Con- es Lake placing third and White Year" A special Indian permit is cnully' the Chiliwist' Mr" Hull' and Center receiving an benrable men" : / again required to hunt on the Re Tank creek area. Whitetail are Lion. , AT LARRY'S servation. ' Woodland was irst for towns of eastern Okangan cotmty" Witch ade" less than 1'500 populatin' with : " [ _ ] TANG il  ee CHUKARS -- populations are up showing a definite buildup in north- 25-30 per cent over '.)59, but hunt- quate all storms such areas as Carrmtion placing second, LaCon- ing won't be as good as the record Fawn creek, Gold creek, Eight nor in third pl, aee, and Pateros year of 1958. M,ty weather did af- 'Mile Boulder creek, Salmon creek, getting honorable mention. UITS  VELrABL) fact hatching success of the early Douglas Mt., Chbpaka creek, ,and SpeCial .awards for outstanding broodsneSting arebirdSsmall.and BestaSa fieldcnsequencereports Teats Coulee often produce heavy accomplishment were given to SALAD --l"  higher, colder ranges kills. Reardon, the Swinomish Tribal 0 Pound Bcj ONIONS ........................ 39 come from the PHEASANTS -- birds are never Cammunity, B r e m e r 't o n high where the hatch is normally later, particularly ebundant in this dis-schools and Fairbanks, Alraska. D ncy Large LETTUCE ................ head lO DRESSING i a Lower, arid .ranges will have an trict but the 1960 popul,ation is adequate supply of birds and the ; _ kill will exceed that Of last season, slightly .above that (ff 1959 and i should provide a little more htm, t- Peace Luther.aft Will B.eautlful Green CELERY ............ each lSc At Lorry's, Nalley's Or. Better areas include the Columbia ing than last year. Some Of the  river breaks north of Vantage, better ,pheasant areas in 'Chelan Dedicate Gift Organ,  Ripe Loose BANANAS ....... : ...... pound 10 ClemnsMt"thalgiRidge'UmP countyincl'ude"Na'hahumcanyn' HldSGcredCncer][' ARBEE ]l Ji" tanumRidge' and AhtanumRidge" Stemilt Hill' Clckum creek' and : I CHEF BOY "  Others are the Rattlesnake ,Hills, Chelan Butte. In Dguglas county Dedication rites will be read nd  better spots ,are. Douglas creek, a speci,al sacred concert held this -- "= Fster creek' and eanyns n the reining Sunday' September 25' for : I CHOCOLATE i I/t thLAW/I north side Of 'Badger mountain, the new two-manual Baldwip or- SPAHrl=r| SAUCE.C4EESE 2for 29 Okanogan county pheasant ,areas Ban, a gift to Peace Lutheran include the Okanogan river bet- ChurchfromtholteElfriedaPfeff- : [SPAGHETT!=MEAT BALLS . 2 for 49 I I CHIPS / ; IF.$eNO AS UUC StRV,Ce[ toms, Pine creek. Pleasant Valley, fer. ev T.e . Tunk creek, Spring Coulee, Sin- The new organ will be used for  RAVIOLI with BEEF, 16-oz..tin 29c i lr'XON STATEA SLOW STARTERBAR ASSOCIAO theseahekinCHKARSbirdsreekhave-andbeingfaredNinelateMilewellnesters,creek.this ritestheship,firStwillservice'time in ,the,be readSpecialat llthisdedicatorya.m.serviceWOr-: I MEAT BALL STEW, 30-oz hn 59c ! I At Lam]'s Reg.PI/g: m : When two cars are traveling past. season, p_,_opulations are up by the pastor, theRev. MartinC.  S Market :.i b toward the same point in an inter- from last year s and birds are Stuebe. -- Freestone section, beth drivers are charged spreading into new areas. The more Visitors are welcome to attend wRh the duty to avid an accident" ppular chukar hunting sites in" either the morning service r the : irving' TREASURE GOLD PEACHES The "disfavored driver" has the clude lower Douglas creek, Rock evening sacred concert. Walter primary duty but in some circum- Island creek, and Moses Coulees. in Kampr,ath of Seattle and "Martin stances the "favored driver" may Douglas county; in Celan c<)unty Kosche of Snohomish will be guest KITTY KAT CAT FOOD chukars can be foand most any- organists at 8 p.m. 'be solely responsible for a colli- where along the breaks of the Co- THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Q sion. CALGON WATER SOFTNER In one case, Jones was driving lumbia river or Chelan Butte. In west and Smith east on Main Street. the Okanogan good chukar papule Both stopped for red lights at Tenth Lions are located along the Similka- Civic Music Assoc. AgedNW ISjustTheRight.Time  Here's The Place You Steak Lovers! NALLLW'S BEEF STEW Lge. ,3?le'" Avenue. mean river, in the Palmer lake Membersh|ps Redy U.S.D.A. Choice, Bar-S Bee Pound when the lights turned green in ,area, along Short mountain, Spring Lie. 6-oz. e their favor, Jones turned on his Coulee, and in the Rat Lake area. radio,(Cntinued from Page 1)televislon and opera per- Sir|in HILLS INSTANT 98 : left-turn flashing signal and pro- DISTRICT 7 former, ,as .the headliner amt (rely One Po-d ceeded slowly into the intersection. Smith's car, however, remained (King, Snohomish, and Kitsap artist contracted sa far. The com- NABISCO CRACKERS 27 motionless, counties) plated series will be ooked at fle Steak Mrs. Jones, sitting beside her Deer hunting prospects are `fairly conclusion of the membership drive " e husband, said, "I believe he is good, game protectors reporting with the volume of nmmberst.ips waitingorus."Jones, havingthe many deer as well as lots of sign- and the desires of each individud iVORY o same impression, started his left Road kills have been numerous in- deciding the outco,ne of the series. I ward.turn'smithThethencarsSUddenlYcollidedStartedwith suchfr" populationdieating a good population. The elkand huntingremainSwill be'abUtaboutthelikeSame'last eachattractinsSeasn naemberships for the five :or $3.50f thefor sttdenteries sellmember.*for $7 " iJ'R tOiN--- Tpne ib,, 89' JOY : force that Jones' car swung around year. Ruffed grouse population is theShips'doorTicketSso membecmpsare not availablemust beat O . and struck two pedestrians in the up slightly :from last year's low; 'purchased in advance. he men}- FELS NAPTHA south crosswalk, blue grouse are about the same. bership drive closes October 1. : iar]Nice lb 39 # L, : The pedestrians brought s u i t DEER -- Snchomish county is against both drivers for their in- the place to go this year. Deer The oldest covered bridge still At Larry's e. Inst: a**u0000e S00*00er00an00. O : Who do you think is responsible too many hunters. The low brushy It was built in 1333. for the accident? areas have unusually high deer | ?__ghCkg E conomlcal  9Li ; Smith was held at fault. He had numbers, ,and either-sex seasons waited a sufficient length of time should offer many deer. Lots o fsign " give. Jones the impression:iLL-;it has been repe,rted in the Cherry MEN or WOMF. he was yielding the right of wy, valley .area aoove Duvall. Good hunting 'can be found in logged NaUo-wlde firm seJling Mutual (This column is written to in- areas near Green mountain and flmds. We will tralm. Age no form, not advise. Facts may Canyon creek near Arlington. North- barrier. Should be over 35. Call Choice Calf change theapplicationofthelaff.) ern Snohomish county produced Seattle EM g-39"/Ibefresa-m- 10IN (:HOPS Ib )A# POLAR 00/00110 O It takes 6,000,000,000,000,000,000, good hunter success last year, and for aplmlntment. 28-4f deer continue to show well there. ! FROZEN 000 atoms to make one drop of we- Try these ,areas: North mnuntain, ter. ,Blue mountain, Stimpson and Frai- " : I FOODS  / ri 1" T ' ii )eymountaln, and Dan's ereek.! -" oa0es U / I ", Redmond Cleaners ing in this district is deendent l.wren V. Whlmeld I RIETIES on planted birds from ottr gam,e i Monroe Insurance i " / CALLSIN SULTAN [ Agency I No WMte Fine Breaded HILLSBROS * should watch local papers for an- , Wedl.days d:,ttays | nouncements of game ,= bid, Prlzdentll In$11e Co. | i VEAL-CUBES " lb 79' / . w.. " I release include: King cotmty-Qu-/ o, == I | Dry Cleaning At Its I release include: King countyAu- , ' burn valley; area( Snoqualmie val- 1 Life Insurance 'i ley; Snohomish county-Silvana, V I  i eHosplta] Insurance 1 / I TraRon, Oso, Porbage creek area', | .Mortgage I-suranee I  Locker cuffing is our business; Hun, we I I =.,b, Tin $I.:29 1-1b, Tin i Ted Earnheart [ LoweU to Monroe in the Snohomish 1118 So. Lewis or 130 So. KelseYi ; / w. Call 34tYou I CentralValley; valleyKitsap andcountY'BlackjackKingstn'are I PY 4.6042 Monroe PY '861 process your game the way you wane ,t. i' ' | II the more popular are=. II m 00000000000000 0000000000000000000061 cording to the plans, with 'a seat- capacity 6f 151, as well as a @ ing hearing room for county commis- sioners is considered. " [ llllll , -- The engineering department and   z --z. ice $.I1." (ii98i i superintendent of schools will have the second floor, the entire third e I II 0 O V'   , z.:.z ntennlal OlIK m health district, floor being designated for sheriff's The fourth department, floor will ,and house women's the the........ ,,,. "''- I - Is,ft00 ROU II I: jail, with, a capacity of 25 prisoners. I vv:w I i I . " IAt Larry's 25-1b. Bog li I The men s jail will take up the en- I tire noor earing ,for 94 prisoners plus a JJ Z ----' --------=-----=r drunk tank facility for another 15, capacityand' have a juvenile section with a :The sixthf 14.floor will house .wo SNOW DRIFT ee justice courts, a superior court, purchasing department and other p-y  :   offices. It was reported tha it would take  The Favorite Drink -- Grape Too 46-oz. 3.lb. Tin -- COMPARE THIS PRICE 15 months to construct the building