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Oct, 18. 1962 Monroe Monitor. Monroe,' Wash. PAGE FIVE O,,....,.nr..B.w,,.,..s: ~y. S,.r~..ns O.un.,, ~ [ ~T~mo ........ i Sunset Falls Fish Ladder Status Passin Vail ey [ ea i Points Up Initiative No. 30 Need with the Monroe Floral .... 21 3Carlson Trucking . 181 Washington citizens, consider- that of their predecessor. I Ckrlson's ......... 14'/_, 9 Bear Creek Cabinet 181 ing the merits of Initiative No. A typical example is the Sun- Shari-Lynn ....... 13 11 Kandy Kane ..... 179 30 which would establish a corn- set Falls fish ladder. It was to be Monty's Markel ... llV~ 12'A Eric's Barber Shop 178 mission management for State a $1,200,000 project designed to al- ._ Monroe Bowl ..... ]0 14 INDUSTRIAI, LEAGUE Fisheries, might wen,take a long low salmon to negotiate up the Not until th fourt * Millback's ........ 9 15 Charles Refrig. .. 18 5'A look at how the stale s sixty mil- three Skykomish River falls to ' e h quarter did Win Ibis one, fellows, and Sky River l)airy .. 9 15 Kern's Service ... 15 9 lion dollar fishing Industry is ru, new spawning areas. Some $400,- the wind and the Bearcats blow someone will notice you are in Drift-Inn : ........ 8 16 Ideal Cement ...... 12'/, LUA under .political appointees. {DO in state funds were appropria- the visiting Stanwood Spartans the league. , eASt,AbE LEAGUE Rocking HJ Ranch 11 12V._, The department's history has led in 1955 for the first stage and from the field last Friday night. It appears that Sultan, Con- Crowell Log ...... 192 Al's Tavern ...... 11 13 been one of sharp changes of di- construction was. begun.. .. After three quarters, Mike Carl- crete, and Langley are being Wagner Lumber 187V., Monroe llardware 10 14 rection under both Democratic two years, later construcl)on son found Kent Scott with a pin- overlooked as title-hopes. Now Wn. State Reform. 187 Tri Valley Ins .... 9 15 and Republican administrations, was halled by a new. aamtm- point pass that put the 'Cats in Stanwood mustfight anuphill (h3hl & Sons .....184 Robinson Plywood 8Vz 15'/2 Durinr, th- hast 16 years there stramr witn a aitIerent pnilos- front 6-0. Scott made it 7-0 with battle. This leaves Monroea n d Whiffield Really 179 STARLITEB'S LEAGUE have ~b e e n eight: c(epartmental ophy of fish conservation. Today his toe. Lake on the inside track. One of Monroe Floral ... 179 Monroe Bowl ..... 15 9 heads --- all too often with a nro- Fisheries personnel trap salmon The defeat was a bitter pill for them will remain at the pole posi- Valley Farm Equip 178aA Tri-Valley Pharm. 15 9 -" their own to re--lac,~ at the foot of the falls and haul the Spartans; they had begun a lion after this week's game. ::ildW~qha~i;:~6A1751{ move for the Cascade League Quick Pitches Monroe Eaglettes 13 11 gram or P - them by truck to upper spawn- crown. Now it looks like, as we John Boyes hustled his way EK GITF B & J Union ..... 13 11 ing areas. Good runs have been Monroe I~)ckers ... 12 12 / ~ built up, proving the merit of the predicted, the Bearcats Home- back to a starling end position. Golden Eagles ... 94Vz Smith's Cleaners . 12 12 ~J[us~][es _f~a~lng incompleted ladder which has al- coming affair this Friday could The Sophomm'e does well.. Newt's Chevron .. 93%, Monroe Serve U .. 10 14 ~rv ~ w'~ ready cost state taxpayers a half settle the Cascade League Chum- (;]'ads. Drop in the high school Darigold ......... 84 Duvall Merchants 6 18 loug~ ~[~)a[ million dollars, pionship. The rough and ready ltome Economics after the game. W. Shur-Crop .... 83 EVERGREEN LEAGUE .... ~ About that same time another Vikings of ~Lake Stevens will visit. ASB offers you coffee and an op- Jameson & Son .. 77% ltoliday Inn .......... 195V._,- 26 In Palo Alto fish ladder, at Granite Falls was Some Thoughts portunity to see old friends .... Let a few of these gems ran]- t/omecoming Dance will be held Funeral services will be Friday m Sidney, Montana for Jack (;. Wilson, 29, an operating engineer at llhe Sultan River Dam Proje('l. who (lied of injuries receiw~d (It, r- ing the recent storm. A two month resident of Sultan, Mr. Wilson was killed last I,'riday when a large tree fell into the construction area where he was working. He was employed, by Gates and Fox Construction Com- pany. Survivi~ arc his widow. Je- anne, a son Byron Wayne, and daughter, Judith Marie at hem,,, and his father. Gr'lt Wilson. of Bluff Ulah. Local am'angemenls were un- der t~he direction of Put~ly and Kerr Ftmera] llome, Hill's Union ...... 75 I,arry's Foods .... 55% HOUSEWIVE'S LEAGUE Union Oil ........ 20 Bubble Up ....... 17 Whistling Posl ..... 15 Darigold ......... 14 Cook's T.V ....... l,l l)uvall Moloretles 6 Custom Metals ... 5 Loggers Inn ...... 5 BUSINESSMEN'S LEAGUE Saum's Shoe Haas 193 B & J Drapery ... 191 Sullivan's ......... 188 Duvall Motors ... 184 Coast to Coast ... /82 ~~portsman ....... 176% Dutch Cup ....... 176 Blue :Eagles ...... 173 ~Y MIXER's LEAGUE Cal's Hardware .. 186 Peter Motors ..... 183 O.K. Sundries .... 182 10 10 18 39 19 Edna's Snack Bar .... 184 8 I.ions ................ 182!./., - 97 Smilh (;leancrs ...... 181 - 12 4 Safexv:,y .............. 177 - 25 7 Prudential Ins ........ 177 - 16 9 Duvall Really ........171 - 92 Ken's Aulo Rebuild .. 170 - 98 LIME IJ(IHTER'S I,FAGIJE Northwest Trophy 19 5 Sno King Dairy .. 15 9 Whir field's Ins .... ]4 19 Day's Upholstery . ll 13 Vlsie's Beauty ... 11 13 Pandora's Pantry 10 14 Tiffany's Cafe .... 9 15 Sultan Variety ... 7 17 Local News Briefs built, ttowever, changes of water Washington's Huskies o p e n what should be one of the tough- est conference races in several years when they met Big Six rival Stanford in Pale Alto Sal- urday. In Stanford lhe Huskies will be facing a team that boasts letter- men two deep at almost every position, one of /he biggest lines in the country and a flock of pass- ing quarterbacks that spell trou- ble on any occasion. Only an amazing 27.0 upset to Oregon State's Beavers mars an awesome Cardinal record. cream and cake. Lillle Marie Moberg celebrated The Orville Isenberg home her fifth birthday anniversary on Wednesday, October 10, with was recently the scene of a neighborhood guests enjoying ice barn shingling party. flows made it inadequate and it never operated efficiently. Today lhcre is talk of installing electron- ic counters to determine the mer- ils of the ladder and perhaps to correct its design. In the mean- lime, another costly project sik~ idle. Initiative No. 30 would patien~ Fisheries management after tim highly successful Stale Game Commisskn, In 1934, the first year of its existence, approxi- mately 20,000 Steelhead were caught in the state. Last year they numbered 117,01~0. Hay you signed Initiative No. 20? If not, check your neighbor- hood sporting goods store or look up a member of the Washingln S t a l e Sportsmen's Council. Chances are he'll have a petition in his pocket. OeOeO0Ooooooeoooe oooeoooooooooooooooooooooo i CANNED FOOD SALE ALL WEEK Popular Brands - Lowes Prices FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY 11 A.M. and 4 P.M. At Larry's 3-1 s. Chex 2 Dozen II I HUBBARD SQUASH .......................... lb. 4c FIRM CRISP CABBAGE ...................... lb. 4c FANCY CHERRY TOMATOES ........ box 15c LARGE GREEN CELERY ................ each 15c Af La rry's Reg. Pkg. Lge. II There Is No Substitute For Qualify I II Ill U.S.D.A. Eastern Beef lb. Ell II Henry House - Cured Just Right lb II Henry House - Try 'Em With Sauerkraut lb II Made Wlth Our Own Special Seasoning lb. ROSE-DALE CORN .......... 7/ Lge. 3O3 ROSE-DALE PEAS ............ 7/ Lge. 303 LIBBY'S PUMPKIN ............ 7/ Lge. 303 YOSEMITE TOMATOES .... 7/ Double Luck 303 GREEN BEANS .................. 81 SUNNY JIM PEANUT BUTTER 18-oz. 49c 2-1b . SIJNSWEET LARGE PRUNES S-W FRUIT CAKE MIX 69c iS. : 65c Q SUN-MAID RAISINS 23c Comstoek 20-oz. APPLESAUCE ................ 5151 Dinner Bell MARGARINE .............. 5-1bs. Reg. PACIFIC MINCE CLAMS 4/ Reg. CALO CAT FOOD .......... 8/ Lge. 2V. PEACHES or APRICOTS 4/ i BANGO POP CORN 2-1be. 29c Pkg. MASTER CINNAMON TOAST 35c TREND POWDER GI_ANT .TREND LIOUID_ 49c " One Pound SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES 45c Frozen - Donald Duck Reg. Frozen - Swiss Miss Lge. Reg. 12-oz. Tin At Larry's I I I ble through your mind awhile and it m a y become evident that the Hear'cats are a surprising bidder for the championship. An unscored upon streak has become the pride of 'Cat line- men. It is without doubt that the stop department is greatly re- sponsible for the successes thus far. Bearcat dcfcnsemen have given no scores to opponents for the p a s t 19 quarters. While the of_ fensc hasn't overwhelmed op- ponents other than Coupeville, t h c y manage to show strength, and score enought to win. LeRoy Bloor moved 215 pounds farther and faster than is be- liewlble when he led quarterback Carlson on a bootleg for an ina- poriant gain against Stanwood. Bloor had to really hustle to cross the field and knock down a couple defenders for Carlson's gallop. Dennis Olson, through sheer hustling pursuit, intercepted a Stanwood aerial at a spot as Olson says, "1 shouldn't have been." Coach Steve Hansen came up with another dandy. This time it was Orville Thorp's defensive play against the Stanwood sweeps. Kent Scott must be in on every tackle; Bruce Mac- Dougall, Carlson, and Roger Oh!- sen stop the airway department: Roger Creswell uses the "red- dog" to great advantage. Add all this up and the 'Cats have placed themselves in an enviable spot -- the pigskin laurels could be all theirs. Fro~h Improve Bearkitten followers remark at the improvement shown by the fresh. In their opening contest, the first-year footballers were trounced by Lakewood 27-0. Last week the 'Cats-to-be gave the Cougars all they wanted be- fore bowing 13-6. Among the fresh, George Lang's bull-like rushes, the passing arm of J. D. Warren, and the catching of end Kip Johnson were impressive. Defensively, the Monroeites tack- ling was in need of improvement. Hansen's Punting Someone is going to ask. Ron McCaffery gallops in with direc- lions to punt. The question is: "Why the dif- ference as to when?" Only Han- son can answer such unanswer- ed thoughts as: "At Nooksack we run on our own 30 with 4th and eight while we lead 6-0; against Lynden we lead 6-0 with 4th and one on the Lynden 40 and run the ball; against Stanwood the count is %0, 4th and one or so on the Spartan 32, and McCaf- fery punts -- why the difference?" Give credit where due. McCaf. fcry is a fine punter and has been been of great value to ,lhe Bear- cats. Battle for the Title? Friday's Homecoming contest appears to be a dandy for the upset-minded locals. S o f a r lhis season they have gained little notice. After upending Lynden, statewide poll. After finding slalewide poll. After f i n d i n g themselves ranked 12th by the lI P, th e Bearcals read where a county-wide paper selects S t a n- wood as one of the favorites for the Cascade title. Now the Men- recites meet the other co-favorite Friday night when they host the visiting Lakers. Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Over five million packages of din: WILLARD TREATMENT have been sol4 for relief o[ symptmrm of dislress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers due to Ex-, cees Acid--Peer Digestion, $o::r or Up4ctl Stomech, Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleep- le~neslN etc.. due to Excess Acid. Ask for, tt ! st ~ i I Wlil~ s MeesaEe which fully p sins thht hon~ treatvmb"tt---h'o~.-at CAMP.RILEY DRUG CO. Too Late To Classify Saturday night ..... Jim Bon~a eonlcst tickets (m sale this week CURED WOOD. 1 cord loads. .... From Sultan high came a $12.00, Monroe, C O,D. Earl request for honorary tickets to Balchcldor 794*7953mornings the game and $10 cheek to aid before 9 a.m. :'8-If(, the Fh3nga Fund ....Drill lean] FOR SALE: (?hliOn]e dinette set, to make their firsl :q)pearancc formica top, 4 vhairs $20 794- Friday at half lime ... IIomecom-7883. 38-3tp ins Queen to be announced at halftime .... No t~am is anymore FOR SAIA,:: Olympic wood heal- valuable than the reserves. One er, eleclriv fable size egg grad- of lhe best is Senior Class Proxy cJ' and candler, waters and Bob Riordan. electric fencer. All in good con- dition. Rt. 2, Monroe, 794-831,t for directions, M. Aikens. 3g-ltu Methodists Rally For Urgent Needs Appeal Over 1200 Methodists from Snohomish, Island and Whatcom counties attended a dis- trier rally in Burlington last week for the purpose of mobilizing for a capital funds drive, part of the Urgent Needs Appeal. The campaign goal is more than lwo million dollars, to be carried out by the 276 Methodist Churches in Washington and Northern Ida- ho this fall. It will be used for or- ganizing and erecting new churches, expanding the facilities of present congregations, and slrengthening church institutions in the Pacific Northwest. Key address at the rally was ~-iven hy Bishop Everett Palmer. Also on trhe program were the Rev. Jack M. Tuell, Puget Sound Superintendent, and James M. Dollivcr, Everett attorney. Local Brief Major and Mrs. T. 1t. Lang- ford of Tacoma were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Wiley last week. Ill I II FOR RENT: Fucnish~t aparl- ment, 794-8872. 38-2t p FOR RENT: One bedroom up- sl~airs apartment, furnished. clean and comfortable: Photo, 794-7592. 3g-tf,' FOR SALE: 250 gallon oil drum. 226 S. Sam St., Monroe. 384tc { i i!!ii}!i!!!iiiii!!i ! !iiii ! ii!i!iiiiiiil i:::ii/i%;q :: ::. ;ii!iiiiii! i!ii :giiii!i?ii;: 0 Model DD-63, el~ric, 4 colon; or wNte . Automatic Dry control measures moisture--shuts off when clothes are just-right dry[ Or set dryingSPECIAL "dme yourself. 0nly Frigidaire has Flowing Heat-- safer than sunshine! No,stoop lint screen on tl e door! 5-position Fabrics selector matches heat to the fabric. Very Reasonable Insist on .Fri[;idaire Dependability! Installation Cost Fl: IGID2 I E l;=;,r = i iii i i i i i iJ Phone SYcamore 3-2565 SULTAN. WASHINGTON FOR SALE: Shrubs. Now is the time. The place, Zerger Nur- sery, 143 Charles S|rcet, Mon- roe. 794-8715. 38-tp FOR SALE: Tw