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+ ' +""+ 50% off Moutain Meadow Nursery 1963 West Main Street, Near Reformatory  794.7122 Oct. 24, 1963 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE THREE "PUNT, PASS, KICK" shout these winners of Minor Motors Ford Motor Company PP & K competition last Friday as they are award- ed first class jackets, helmets and footballs as area winners by Ralph (left) and Jack (right) Minor. Topside in new Ford Sprint is Grog Newguard who along with Jerry Koll, Ken Oster and W a 1 1 y Thoemke of the Monroe Junior Chamber of Commerce conducted the competition for Minors In Sprint with Newguard are Roger Stans- berry (left) and Tom Federico. Youngsters behind banner are, left to right, Mike Bond, Steve Weeks, Don Millback, Martin Hammer- quist, Jeff Kern, Randy Braa, Howard Keck, Jim Frost, S t e v e Plumbhy and Ken Unruh, ROUND S U.S. Choice ' Full Cuts Pound ." ..J Prices Effective OCT. 24-25-26 Right To Limit Fryers Shut-fresh - Wash. Grown - Cut Up Pan Ready VAN CAMP'S 29-OZ. 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Heplayed his finest game of the season against the Vikings. He blocked far better than he has all season, and he did a good job in a brief defensive stint. L o o k for three more good games this year plus a good senior season. 9r c 9r 9c 9r Langley will certainly bring a strong team to town. They have a high scoring offense led by quar- terback Bob Alexander. Alexan- der has also been tremendous threat on kick returns. He has run a couple of kick-offs back 80 plus yards for a couple of TD's. Other top running backs a r e speedster Jerry Bower and full- back Jim Porter. -k "k 9r -k  Langley is a team that scored 12 points against the Lake Ste- vens ball club, and in their other league games they have been ov- er 30 twice. Their defense how- ever, gave up 19 points to the Vik- ings, all in the first half. ***** The second half loss of Orville Thorp certainly didn't help o u r his life, but he now has 1100 feet of film ,behind him. He has really done a fine job. The reviewing of game films is a long and tedious job, but it is one of the most valuable parts of the football program. Without the films, you can oaly guess as to the whys of certain plays either working or not. Universe Viewed By Adventists At Weekend Meets Evangelist R. A. Rentfro, preaching in Monroe, has invited the public to view the universe through a 12 inch telescope brought from Spokane for use at Seventh-Day Adventist meetings currently being held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Stmday of each weekend through December 6 at Wagner Memorial Auditor- ium. First target for yielding 1 a s t weekend was Andromeda, nearest universe system to earth, located 900,000 light years distant, where a beam of light traveling at 186,- 000 miles per second would re- quire 100,000 light years to cross from .one rim of its universe to the other. Rentfro commented that An- dromeda is similar to our own milky way system, and that if it were somehow destroyed today, people of earth would not see its light distinguised for almost a million years. At the weekend meetings Pas- tor Rentfro is also featuring col- ored motion pictures taken on his trip to the Bible lands and Eu- offensive unit. The fiery s e n t o r ' 1)pe in !957 and a series of talks has been a standout all season on by medical doctors on communi- both offense and defense. His in- ty health improvement. jury is not serious and he will be ready for Langley. : '**** GLA SS We certainly owe a .big thanks to John Habberman who has been INSTALLED-- the cameraman for our movies. (For Auto and Home) He had never taken a movie in MONROE HARDWARE Verifine Quality Controlled 39  12-oz. pkg. 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