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Oct. 20, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE SEVEN NIl vs, TWIN €l FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 21 m 8 P.M: HIGH SCHOOL FIELD Eppinga' Van Ess' Zylstra Herds H°s'pitui b°nd issue FBI Agent Talks To Kiwanis i [[ Earn Mention I Cow Test Report rev,ewed by boord . . os c, aoot in ,ee.a, acoor*. *o  o ! 9r. E. C. Plumley charge, member of the Federal vers, program chairman. Milnes OPTOMETRIST Bureau of Investigation, was the spoke on techniques used in de- 103!/ West Main (Continued from Page 1) main speaker at a noon luncheon tertian and investigation by the PYramid 4-5561 One hundred three dairy herds, .the other 532.3 pounds. The commissioners have set up gathering of the Kiwanis club here bureau. representing 4992 cows were tested Harold Fjarlie had a couple of a budget of the cost of acquisition LAUNDROMAT (Shopping Center) 25c Wash lOc I0 Minute Dry (0pen 24 H0urs) MONROE m on the standard plan of testing in 'he Cow Testing Association for the month of September, according to figures just. compiled by John Lovgreen, secretary. In addition, there were 68 herds representing 1710 cows tested on the Owner- Sample Plan. Jolm Krneze's Arlington herd led the small herd group, with a pro- duction of 958 pounds of milk and 53.8 pounds of butterfat, at h e r small herds were those of Sather Bros., Sflvana, 52.0 pounds of fat; Nels Walen, Silvana, 49.0 pounds of fat; Melvin Monty, Arlington, 40.9 pounds; and Gerald Klein, Ar- lington, 38.9 pounds of fat. The herd of R. E. Rothrock, Ar- lington, was high in the group of from 26 to 40 cows, with a pro- duction average of 1173 pounds of milk and 50.1 pounds of fat. Other herds in this size group were those of Brekhus & Son, Silvana, ..47.6 pounds of at; Claude Gadberry, Arlington, 46.7 pounds; Idale Jer- sey Farm, East. SLanwoed, 43.9 pounds; and Tom Mills, Arlington, 43.1 pounds of fat. Will Venn's herd at Fall City led the herds of 41 ,to 60 cows, with ,an average product.ion of 1136 pounds of milk and 52.3 pounds of fat. Others in this group were Wil- bur Eppinga, Monroe., 49.6 pounds of fat; Christoffersen-Van Puffen Arlington, 46.4 pounds; A1 Steiner, Marysville, 39.8 pounds; and John Wold & Son, Arlington, 39.5 pounds of fat for the month. Van Ess Bros., Monroe, had high large herd, with an average pro- duction of 1298 pounds of milk and 47.4 pounds of fiat. Other large herds were those of Harold Fjar- lie, East Stanwood, 6.2 pc.ands of fat; Ted OveneP., Jr., Stanwood, 41.3 pounds; Gl,ernseyg01d Farm, Arlington, 41.1 pounds; nd Rich- ter Bros., Fall City, :9.3 pounds of fat. Claude Gdberry had high two year old heif: for total production during the 305 day lactaLim period, with ,a production of 6.°,40 pounds of milk and 562.8 pounds of f, at. Don Thomas, SnononitL had a coup;e "of heifers in this age group, one produced 555.l pounds of fat and • • • . Covenant Ch. Plans Evangelism Workshop Led By Area Director Rev. Rudolph A. Johnson of San Jose, 'Calif., west coast area evan- gelism director for 'Evangelical Covenant Church of America, will be in Monroe next Sunday, Octo- ber 23, through Tuesday, October 25. Purpose of the visit will be an Evangelism Workshop at the Mis- sion, Covenant Church. The pastor, the Rev. Fred Neth, h,as extended a cordial invitation to the public to attend any of the Services plan- ned. On Sunday ,lv. Johnson will speak at the 11 a.m. ,and 7 p.m. worship services at the church• A film, "Winning My Friends," is scheduled Monday vening at 7:30 p.m. . A paL luck supper is slated Tues- day at 6:30 p.m. at the church. After the •supper Rev. Johnson will speak. Rev. Johnson is a graduate of North Park Theological Seminary, Oticago, and has done additional study at McPherson College, Mc- Ierson, Kansas, and Augsburg College, Minneapolis, Minnesota. He served as pastor of several Covenant churches before becom- ing west coast evangelism direct- or last February. three year old cows that finishetl their respective lactations with 18,- 900 pounds of milk and 660.2 pounds of f, at for the top producer, and 16,680 pounds of milk and 641.2 pounds or the other. Pete Zylstra, Monroe, had a three year old that gave 628.8 pounds of fat. In the four year old age group, Eppinga had top cow with a pro- duction of 19,470 pounds of milk and 772.0 pounds of fat. Christofferson- Van Putten had erie in this age group that gave 663.9 pounds of fat, and Fjarlie had one that pro- duced 641.8 pounds. A five year old in the herd of Skrinde-Lervick, Snohomish, pro- duced 17,790 pounds of milk and 668.0 pounds of fat to ]ead this age oup. Willis Gansberg, East Stan- wood, had one that gave 635.0 pounds of fat, ,and Don Thomas had one ,that produced 630.3 pounds of fat in the IzcLation period. In the six years old and older group, Fjarlie had high cow with a production of 16,380 pounds of milk .and 596.9 pounds of butter- fat. John Hawkins, Everett, had ,a cow in this age group that gave 587.8 pounds of fat and Skrinde- Lervick had one that produced 583.0 pounds. In the total production for the month group, Nor-Mary Farm, Snohomish, had ,a 5 year old that gave 1890 pouhds of milk and 111.5 pounds of fat. Y , "what's thaL As we've been saying, careful homeowners can earn important cash savings With Safeco's "All-In-One" Homeowners Policy. Call us todayl Whiield ReaIW & Insurance • PY 4-6042 .0.,o-,..-,,,- Past Matrons Hold Dessert,Game Party At Florence Sχreeχers Mrs. Florence Streeter entertain- ed members of the Past Matrons Club of the Order of the Eastern Star at an evening dessert party last Friday evening :at her home on S. Kelsey St. Mrs. Maude ,White was co-hostess Mrs. V. K. Saum, president, was in ch, arge of the short business ses- sion which was followed by bridge and canasta for an evening of games. Mrs. Lawrence Whitfield receiv- ed high prize for canasta and Mrs. Inez Williams pl, aced top at bridge. Others enjoying the evening were Mrs. Bssie Hazlett, Mrs. Francis Jellison, Mrs. Mabel Robert, Mrs. Percy Dyer, Mrs. Ernest Hunt, Mrs. Alice Laizure and Mrs. Elea- nor Mulder. Local Briefs Mr..and Mrs. Harold Fankhauser, 505 W. Main St., recently spent ,a week ,at Dana Williams orchard, Peshastin, helping with the apple harvest. Rev. and Mrs. Myron Sharrard of Soqualmie ,and Mr. and Mrs. Karold Fankhauser, 505 W. Main and construction which follows. parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Saum, Park Place. Peggy, of Park Place visited last Sunday evening with her brother, R. N. Wallace, ,and family. Another brother, J. H. Wallace, of Vaide2, Alaska, was also 'in Redmond for the visit. Chinook, the past two weeks in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bosch of Park Place. home of Mr. and Mrs. John War- rail were Mr. and Mrs'. Claud War- rail, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Kay Worrall and John Hutch- ins ail of Seattle. for the following project: parLment of General Administ*ra- tieR, Room 218-N- Generat Ad- minisation B 1 d g. Olympia, Washington PROJECT. Installation of refrig- ation equipment at Monroe Re- formatory TIME: 3:00 p.m..November 2, 1960 Prime Contractors may obtain plans and specifications from the Division of Engineering and Archi - tcUlre. The State reserves the right to reject or accept ,any or all propo- sals and to waive informali.ies. CLYDE J. FF_2CN, JR. Supervisor Published October 20, 1960. isting facility, $86,000 to the county the remainder or so much thereof as will be necessary, or transac- tion ,taxes and purchase of inven- tory of supplies, drugs, food sup- plies, office equipment and furni- ture from Waiter Bourdage, all physical inventory items owned by him. $128,000, architects estimate of the cost of the new surgical-ob- stetrical wing. $122,600, architects estimate of cost of remodeling building to health department standards. $17,500, .an amount set ,aside for additional equipment needed in the surgery and for contingencies. The commission explained a 4V2 per cent contingency is necessary since IV it is nc.t known whether or not pres- • ent surgery equipment will be ade- quate or can successfully be moved to the new surgery. In addition when dealing with a competitive bidding situation and the current fluctuations of aber and material costs a reserve of this size is im- perative. $1,500 for bond opinion from Se- • attle legal firm and incidental fees in connection with the bond issue. $25,000, architect's £ee for design • ,and supervision of construction. The voter's pamphlet will be dis- tributed throughout the district to- Am gether with ,a sample ballot the latter part of next week, the com- Irdssioners decided. In addition, the same information will be pub- • lished in ,the Monroe Buyers Guide • and the Monroe Monitor. • $91,000, cost of purchase of ex-••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••, j. Great Year For Hunters FISHER'S BLEND FLOUR i LARRY'S HOME OWNED and HOME OPERATED We • specialize in WELL KNOWN BRANDS at the • LOWEST PRICES. PY 4-2461 (Parking In Rear) Monroe Kraft  Fine Quality --Special Price Blackberry Jelly Reg. 10-oz. At Larry's ........ 10-1bs. 5/,1 °° "If Dogs Could Only Talk" -- 24 for $1.95 Reg. Playfair Dog Food , 12/'1 °° --h---Fo- He " Dinner Bdl Margarine 5/'1 oo Hillsdale  Regular Flat Style  2 for 27c Reg. AT LARRY'S Sliced Pineapple 8/q °° Cream Style -- Peas Green Beans Too Lge. 303 Kounty Kist Corn 7/q °° • GOLDEN CARROTS, pkg. 1 € • TOKAY GRAPES. lb. ,• CARAMEL APPLES, ca. • SWIFTS G00D PRODUCTS SWIFTS PEANUT BUTTER, Ige ........... 49c SWIFTS CHILl CON CARNE 24-oz. 43c SWIFTS PARD CRUNCHERS, B-lb. 98€ (Contimmd from Page 1) £ield checks from Whatcom county showed !29 hunters with 42 ducks and 39 pheasants on Lake Terrell Game Range .and in other sections 257 deer hunters had 32 deer and 4 grouse. A check of 124 bird hunt- ers found 78 pheasants. In Skagit county on Skagit Game Range 99 hunters took 99 ducks and 41 hunters lad 30 pheasants. Over the county. 83 bird hunters killed 37 pheasants and 924 deer hunters were field checked with 40 deer, 7 grouse and 1 bear. On the San Juan Islands 288 hunt- ers had taken 123 deer and 68 bird hunters took 45 pheasants and 24 O qtail. Whidbey Island checks ' showed • 65 deer off the Island at Columbia • Beach since Monday. • Logger • Hurt In Fire  A GraniteFallsloggersuffered: Irving's Market serious burns on the hands and legs early Monday when an oil stove in the back of the ’ruck he • THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY St.., had dinner recently with eou- was riding in tipped ,as the truck • sins, Mr. ,and Mrs. George Wilkin went off the road north of Monroe. at Dryden. Fred Lewis, 43, was treated in • Rockne DeWitt was in Monroe Everett for second and third de- • last weekend from the University gree burns.  A Henry House Special Pound ofWshington, Seatle, tovisithis Gaate to Classify DINNER A/ll’ Mrs. V. K. tsaum and daughter, TRACTOR with implements for eggy, ofPkPla,.exsitedlast sale. RayPass, 809E. Main, Sul-  L|NKS ' q mda) e eni g wit: he, brother, tan, SYcamore 3-2505. 38-1tp . N. " al ac ,and f Lmfi '. Another :ethel, J E Wail .'e, , Valde, laska  s lso 'in Re, mend fcr styles and types to choose from e vL, t. including scriptural, personaliz- • Pure Pork  Fresh ed, and others. Excellent selee- • mmm Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Paulson of tion. Prices begin at $1 per box hinook, Montana, were vsitors and up. Orders now being taken : * bastlflg Chlckefls ]b 9 Cj e past two weeks in the home of by the Young People's organiza- • • :r. and Mrs. Fred Bosch of Park tion of the Mennonite Country • lce. church. RL. 2, Monroe. Phone: [ Dinner guests last Sunday at the PY 4-4196 or PY 4-4181 for orders Guardnteed Young and Tender me of Mr. and Mrs. John War- and information. 38-3tp dlwereMr, and Mrs*. Claud War- : "kSaJt n IgNewPack--lceland m 45 €] dl, Mr. and Mrs. Don Worrall,  "err'n- ' :,ss a Worr, a .on .uto- M E E T T H E  • s  of Seattle. The Good Carsten Cure I C A N DID A T E S *Sliced Bacon 3 Ibs '1°° I LEGAL NOTICES : . " " CONGRESS CANDIDATE • Sealed proposals will be received -tPa"s0n Peterson 9 --- ---;a-o. --omt  - -- -, ,r the followin.g project: .N " *Lunchlleats Ib 49fl BY: Supervisor, Division of En- gineering & Architecture, De- S A T O R  • William Gissberg STATE REPRESENTATIVE PEACOCK LUNCHEON HEAT At Larry's Reg. 12"oz. IRobert Bernethy DURKEES FRESH €: O O O O O O WILL E IN MONROE DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS SAT OCT 22 • • NOON TO 1 P.M. COFFEE & COOKIE,S SF_,RVED • -| A ’s t t e Ct O O MAYONNAISE • At Larry's Lge. 24-oz. 1 Pound : HI NO CRACKERS 35c l.geYP I. :' PUREX BEADS OF BLEA,H '- 39€ Reg.-P-. • Tender Young Beef Pmd TV DINNERS 5 9 JOHNSON ASSORTED PIES € : CHUCK WELCHES GRAPE JUICE 3 for : SUNKIST PUNCH 6 for STEAK IHILLS BR0S. I i ., ,ICOFFEE J g • CUSTOM CUTTING ISOUR BUSINESS OOOOOOOO0000000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOq REYNOLDS ALUMINUM 35€ • 2:lb_Pkg. BANGO POP CORN 29€ IXL LASAGNE 4°'°='5' : ............ Ie. A.B.C. CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS 49€ t €1 t MINCED : CLAUS, At Larry's Reg. 7-oz. t il.