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Quast Seeking Return To PUD Board Tom Quast, in seeking re-elec- tion for the position of commission- er of Public Utility District No. 1 of Snohomish Coury, emphasized the importance of keeping our util- ity district, on ' sound operating been: rate cuts saved the people eries. Since graduation he worked in excess of $i millio ,annually; for the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries cost per kilowatt hour for residen- and chemist for various pulp and tial use dropped 34 per cent; over food processing compani'es. He took $18 million was invested in new over the ownership of the Cedar- plant entirely from electric reve- . crest Golf Course in 1937 which he Council Agrees Lunn Baby 0, 20, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAC. T[-iffiqEl To Re-Assign Funeral Held mbso.'s .o=o. brain. Private ftmeralservicesfor Valley League Results C, A. 00..sencj___ Randle E. Lunn, infant son of ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lunn, Rt. 1, Mon- basis for continued good electric service and low electric rates. "Our district is the largest pub- tic utility district in the state, serving over 61,000 customers Land is recognized as one of the best operated utilities in the country," he stated. Quast is the only present mem- ber of the board who served since the date of acquisition of the elec- t.tic properties in 1949. He is now president of the board and during his tenure some of the achievements of ,the district have nues; $4,500,000 of taxes were paid by the District to support schools, local and state government; liber- alized line extension policy; resi- dential street ighting throughout county was modernized; District and City of Everett agreed to joint- ty develop the Sultan River for power and water. Quast was born in Marysville in 1906 and was graduated from the 'public schools in that cty. He then attended the :Vmversity of Wash- ington and graduated in 1927 with a B.S. Degree, majoring in fish- has operated since that time. Game Dept. Shorts Game Protectors of the Wasfing- tan State Game Department report the most common violation lately has been fishing without a license. Before going fishing, anglers should check to ,be certain that they have a 1960 fishing license. Resi- dent youngsters under the age of 16 years are :allowed to fish without a license, but a non-resident license is required of 'all persons who have not lived in the stata for at least six months. Town council agreed last week to re - assign a garbage collection agreement to William Vos, Rt. 2, Monroe, who made it known he ex- pects to purchase the ,George King- man collection agency. Councilmen approved the assign- ment of the Kingman agreement, which runs to early next year, plus a three - year extension to Vos. The .agreement. may be ter- minated by either party with 30 days notice. Try a Monitor Want Ad. roe, were held in the Purdy and Kerr chapel last. Wednesday, Oc- tober 12. Born October 3, the in- fat died in Monroe General hos- pital October 10. In addition to his parents, sur- vivors include his gandpareuts, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lunn and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Akers, all of Mon- roe, and his great - grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Akers, also Monroe. Rev. Forrest Tibbits officiated at the services. Cremation follow- ed. PRICES OF THE FROZEN FOODS IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 THRU SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29. OTHER PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 20-21-22. RIGHT TO LIMIT DINNERS 3/,,- o, CHICKEN " TURKEY - BEEF - BEEF STEAK ............................. ! !-oz. GET ONE EXTRA FOR ORANGE JUICE s/,,, ( 12-oz. TINS .... EA'. 33c) ................................................. 6-oz, TINS JUST ........ STRAWBERRIES RASPBERRIES BROCCOLI spears LIMAS Ford Hook BABY LIMAS 10-oz. Pkgs. OR GET ONE EXTRA FOR JUST 1 ...,... c. ,..,..s. ,,:oz 4/Sl" CRINKLE FRIES 16-oz. SPUDDIES I b-oz. OR GET ONE EXTRA FOR JUST SPROUTS BrusseJ i0-oz. 1 PEAS 2-1b'. pkg. 2/98 or 3/99 SHORTENING CR/SCO ...................................... 3-lb. CAN INSTANT MILK CARNATION .............................. 8 qt. SIZE 6/89' CARNATION ....................... TALL TINS INSTANT MILK 59 SHUR-LAC ................................. 8 qt. SIZE 77 POTATO CHIPS 59 NALLEY'S .............................. TRIPLE PAK 63' PEANUT BUTTER 98' SHURFINE -- CREAMY (Freezer Jar) ........ 3-1bs. ALUMINUM FOIL 35 REYNOLDS .............................. 25-ft. ROLL SOLID PACK TUNA /)/ WHITE STAR .................................. TIN @O U.S. Choice Verne well trimmed Pound Sirloin Steak U.S. Choice Verifine full cuts, swiss or roast Pound Round Steak U.S. Choice Verifine, tender, lean Pound T-BONE or CLUB STEAKS ......................... 98c + U.S. Choice Veriflne lean, easy carve Pound RUMP ROAST .......................................... 79 From lean Choice Beef Pound GROUND BEEF " 39 Verifine by the piece Pound JUMBO BOLOGNA .................................. 39 California red slicers Tom.atoes All green local stocks Celery Fresh and green Oregon BROCCOLI Washington McFarland CRANBERRIES Fancy Red DELICIOUS APPLES Pound Stalk 9 Bunch Lb. Carton Pound 4/49 ' Prices Effective October 2-21-22 Right To Limit Formerly Price Rite & Stuart's Market VAIJJY LEAGUE Monroe Motel ....... 18 Larry's 'Food Store .. 15 Sportsman's Cafe ... 12 Sullivan's Jewelry ._ 12 Blue Eagles ......... 11 Dutch Cup Cafe' ... 10 Robinson Plywood ... 10 Monroe Realty ...... 8 STATISTICS Monroe Motel ...... 824 arry Sherman .... 204 Gerrit ,Kroeze ..... 223 Ken Haskins ........... Jim Court .......... 222 Henry Zandarski ... 204 HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE Union Oil ........... 15 Monroe Motel ...... 15 Darigold ............ 13 Pastime ............. 12 Bubble Up .......... 11 Whistling Post ...... 6 STATISTICS Irene Gibson ....... 241 Pat Stucky ......... 204 Jeanette Johnson .. 6-7-split BUSINESSMEN'S LEAGUE Team 7 . ............ 19 Saums Shoe 15 Valley Feed ......... ,15 Duvall Motors ....... 14 Cummings .......... 11 Team 8 ............ 10 Ingails Realty ....... 7 Coast to Coast ......  5 STARLITER'S LEAGUE Cummings Bros ..... 22 Tri-Valley Pharmacy 14 Monroe Bowl ........ 13 Bill's "76' Union .... 12 Monroe Lockers .... 12 Monroe Serve U ..... 9 1st Nat'l Bank ....... 3 STATISTICS Irene ,Gibson ......  212 Monroe Bowl ....... 790 WOODS CREEK LEAGUE Golden Eagles ...... 18 Carlson Welding .... 14 Clarke Shell Oil ..... 13 Bill's Union ......... 12 NewCs Chevron ...... 11 Petrolane Gas ...... 10 Wolfkill Shur-Crop .. 10 Crowel,1 Log ......... 7 STATISTICS Dale Champers .. 245-218 Jim Danielson ... 205-237 George Wright ..... 200 Art Boyle ............. Jim Pope ............. Carl Sather ......... 205 Doug Saekman ..... 213 Eldon Furlong ...... 212 Harold Fischer ........ Ralph Millback ........ Cat Prentice ........ MERRY MIXERS LEAGUE Roesler Log ......... 18 Scott's Trophy ...... 14 11 6 Ken's Auto Repair ... 12 12 9 Osborne's ............ 12 12 12 Index ]:tedmen ...... 6 17Va 12 Valley Farm ........ 5 18 13 14 STATISTICS Dick Osborne ...... 224 578 14 Vern Coon ......... 201 512 16 Ken aster ...... ....... 510 Ken's Auto Rebuild 842 2304 244O W. S. R. MIXED LEAGUE 606 Aristocrats .......... 19 5 552 Misslls .............. 15 9 525 Thumb Poppers .... 15 9 563 Misfits .............. 14 10 510 Sputniks ............. 12 12 The Upstarts ...... 9 15 9 Go Getters .......... 7 17 9 5 Alley Cats ......... 5 19 11 STATISTICS 12 Missils ............. 829 22 13 Bill Snyder ......... 224 551 18 Carl Sather ....... 210 573 Hank Zandarski .... 230 541 545 Irene Gibson ....... 199 539 __ Margaret Bjorling . 183 49 INDUSTItLA LEAGUE Rainbow Tavern .... 15 9 5 Great Northern ..... 14 10 9 Sno King Dairy ..... 13 11 9 Kerns Service ....... 12 12 I0 A l's Tavern ......... 12 12 13 Std. Housewarmers _ 12 12 12 Monroe Hardware ... 9 15 17 Whitfields Ins ....... 9 15 19 STATISTICS Kerns Service ...... 864 2460 1% Stan Brzezinski .... 212 560 10 Bob Schilaty ....... 244 11 Kefl Greatreaks .... 200 ,7 11 Oene PredhorrLme .. 198 12 Ralph Millbach .... 200 533 14 Errett Turner ...... 203 530 21 JUNIOR LEAGUE Woodpeckers ........ 7 1 546 Alley Cats ........... 6 2 lamrods ............ 6 2 Pin Poppers ......... 5 3 Thumb Poppers ..... 3 5 6 Low Rollers . 3 5 9 Yogi's ............... 1 7 11 Beatniks ............ 1 7 12 13 STATISTICS 13 Dick LeMoine ....... 187 517 14 MORE BOWLING 17 COFFEE TIMERS LEAGUE Monroe Floral ....... 13 11 651 Carlsons ............ 13 11 621 Dougs Barber ....... 13 11 537 Monroe Bowl . ....... 12 12 528 Shari-Lyrm ........... 12 12 526 Unspensored ........ 12 12 522 Monty's Market ..... 10 13 519 Johnson's Bakery ... 10 13 517 STATISTICS 507 Wilma Deane ...... 201 505 Irene Gibson .......... l 502 Ardelle Kern .......... 466 Maxine Gilbert ..... 180 t63 6 Shari-Lynn ......... 813 2174 Pilchuck Drive In ... 17 7 Carlson's ucking . m 8 Valley Residen.ts Are Rocking H. J. Ranch 14 10 Charles Refrigeration 12 12 Named TB Christmas Sky Tree Farm ...... 7 Rusick Mink ......... 6 Odd Fellows ....... 6 STATISTICS Joe Redfield ....... 232 A1 Dearie ....... 200-203 Ernie Verlinde ..... 203 Nels Carlson ....... 206 Dale Champers .... 207 Bud Saum ...... 204 Jim Stansberry ....... Don Bus ............... Harold Johnson ....... Del Davis ............. Dot Verlinde .......... CASCADE LEAGUE Wagner Lumber .... 16 Pastime Tavern .... 16 Genes Service ....... 12 Gohl and Sons ...... 12 Don Chevrolet ....... 11 Flickaers ............ 10 N. W. Trophy ....... 9 Monroe Floral ..,... 9 STATISTICS Bud ttolmes ....... 204 Pastime Tavern 889-857-816 N. W. Trophy ...... 899 EVERGREEN LEAGUE Bob's Auto Repair ... 16 .Lions ............... 16 I-Iandley's Nursette.. 14 1817 Seal Campaign Heads 18 Forty-six aoeal Christmas Seal chairmen have agreed to serve in 588 their areas for the annual Christ. 586 mas Seal campaign of the Saoho- 563 mish-Island County TB Association 520 which begins November, 14 and 512 runs ' through December, H e n r y 507 Backstrom, chairman announced 500 this week. 536 Valley residents serving include 514 Mrs. Joe Leferriere, Gold Bar; 521 Mrs. Roy Pullium, Index; Mrs. Hat- 472 old Funkhauser, Monroe; Mrs. Xa- vier Bueler, Snohomish; Mrs. Elsie Zabel, Startup; Mrs. John E. Dan- 8 tel, Sultan. 8 "Great progress has ,been made 12 ag, ainst TB," stated Backstrom, 12 "but a big job remains to be done. 13 Christmas Seal contributions must 13 be bigger than ever this year to 14 hold the gains already made and 15 to increase our efforts to defeat TB. All those who can contribute 533 a little time to the preparations 2562 for this campaign are urged to con- 2422 tact the office at 2907 Rockefeller Ave., Everett. 8 . "The promises of today's poll- 8 tieians become the taxes of tomor- 10 row."---Dr. Orlo M. Brees. i- VO TE DEMOCRATIC '" BOB BERNETHY STATE REPRESENTATIVE 39th Legislative Dist. BOB BERNETHY Has Served as your Representative m the Legislature for 22 years He Has Always Been a Con- sistant and ardent supporter of IJ Education Highways Member Highways Committee IJ Labor IJ Natural Resources Chm. Natural Resourdes Com. SJ Public Welfare