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F ai Held F Ja Grey " ' Barber ShOp P.TA Cancels Ueino Nov. ,o. .%O Monro .o,o.. Monroe. Wa,U. PA 'EE uner or mes v=. lodge Slates Op in Monroe P-TA will not meet in a Funeral services for James F. and by thee Monroe Police Depart- Sunday Turkey Shoots en$- November. [ Grey, 66, Rt. 2, Monroe, were held mont. for a time. He was a mem- ith Bldg Tho group's November meeting [ Passinq Time SattLrday at 1 p.m. in the Purdy ber of the Arthur Kincaid Post of Monroe's Vasa Lodge has slated Sm has been cancelled due o open and Kerr chapel. Mr. Grey died at the American Legion, No. 58. its annual turkey shoot for two Sun- houses held in Monroe schools last J his home November 3 after an ill- Survivors include his wife, Fran- days -- November 13 and 20. The Ferdie Cm'lstrom, veteran Wis- VIonda; to observe American ness of ,a few weks, ees, at the family home, and a program will begin at. the Vasa consin barber, opened here for Eduoation Week, it was announced wih the , Born in Salt Lake -City, Utah, niece, Mrs. Ralph W. Gray. Lodge hall at 12 noon .andthe pub- bush}es last Tuesday in the Smith this v,eek. ........... .. September 23, 1894, Mr. Grey was Rev. GeorgeKopper officiated at licis invited to come early and Building. " " T ,,, _ __ __ __']. _ a veteran of World War I. He the services. Burial was in the IOOF stay late. Carlstrom's new shop is ,boasted past 20 years :and has been in the' UtdFCd[5 served twenty years in the Marine Cemetery, Monroe. The day's events will feature as being the most modern and up- bartering trade for the last 36 Corp, attaining ,the rank of St)r- prizes including .turkeys, hams and to-date in Monroe, replete with lav- years. He moved est wih Mrs. Turningin their 'best offensive pleased both Ramey and assistant geat. He retired in 1933, at which bacons, games for all ages and free time he moved to Monroe. After moving here, he was employed by the Washington State. Reformatory "As far as the dollar is con- cerned, confidentially, it shrinks." --Santa Fe Magazine. coffee. ish furnishings and accouterments. Ca::strom ran his own shop in New Richmond, WisconsL. for the Carlstrom, making .their home in Monroe, in order to be closer to ,their family. NOV. |1 th GiVE YOUR 'VETS' Fried Chicken And Biscuits FISHER'S BISKIT MIX Pederson's00.rm00re,h 3'7' 40-OZ, 3 legged. Pan-ready .......... Pound " PKG ......... Wess0nOil FOR FRYING 49 BAKING & SALADS QUART .......... u 00PwI00RSE n ,00.oz39 {;, WHOLE KERNEL ORN NIBLETS 6/,1 12-oz. Tins rEdS 5/I LIBBY'S ...... 303 TINS PINEAPPLE JUICE Shur-fine 46-oz ....... DARIGOLD - EVAP. SUGAR00 2//25 65 D E C & H BROWN or PWD. O ) ' GT. SIZE BISCUITS 10' PILLSBURY -- BUTTERlVIILK .................. S-OZ. CHEESE SLICES 29' VERIFINE -- AMERICAN, PIMENTO, SWISS S-OZ. SPINACH WALLA WALLA ........................ 303 TINS FRENCH FRIES SHUR-FRESH, FROZEN .................. ]6-OZ. CRANBERRIEES 2/45' CHOCOLATE OCEAN SPRAY - Whole or Jellied -- 303 Tins ...... 7/1 4/'1 CREHE SA,NOWCHES ._oz.33 N.B.C. BARONET ............................ CORN FLAKES 4/'1 KELLOG'S ................................ 12-OZ. BAKER'$ INSTANT ........... _ .............. 2-LBS.6 9  COFFEE 1" FOLGER'S -- 1-LB. 65e ........................ 2-LBS. TUNA 29' BUMBLE BEE, LITE MEAT ............ TIN Beef Rib Roast U.S. Choice Veri- fine, well trimmed . Pound ........................ U.S. Choice Verifine RIB STEAK HormeL (3-1b. Can) Boneless waste free CANNED PICNICS Bar-S Thick SHeed SLICED BACON lb. 89' ea. Sl" lb. 59 Hubbard Squash Medium size, , thick meat, mature ................ pound Extra fancy Washington fruit DELICIOUS APPLES California outdoor sheers CUCUMBERS California all green stalk CELERY New crop California Zahadi dates DATES, lb. 10' 2 for 15' ea. 9' 1 LB. CELLO game of the year, the Monroe Bearcats romped by the Lake Ste- vens Vikings 38-0 for their second win over the Lakers this year. We predicted the score would be close and possibly rest upon the toe of Gerald Johnson. There was no doubt the "toe" was accurate and valuable, but not t'h'e difference in this one. The 'Cats found a scoring punch and used it nearly every set of downs. In fact, Coach Jerry Ram'ey's eleven had rthree passes intercepted very near or in the end zone, had two TD's called back, and moved the bail at will right up to the Lake ten-yard line. Don Bonga opened the scoring with a dancing 57 yard punt return of Lake's first punt. Mike McIntyre and Jim Nasman swept away the danger with two fine blocks. John- sons's toe rifled the extra point kick true for a 7-0 lead before many fans found their soas. Reviewing the scoring: Second TD came from Keith Weeks' 35 yard pass to Bonga. Johnson sent the pigskin from the hold of Bob Felix to malCe it 1"4-0. Bonga gath- ered in a second half pass from Felix and Johnson missed the PAT. Hustlin' Ed Massine grabbed off two more TD's in ,the second half on )mints of 5 and 7 yards behind the blocking of the reserves. CO-CAPTAINS NINE Trotting on th,e field were nine Bearcat seniors to watch the toss of the coin to decide who would kick and who would receive. With the nine co-captains the 'Cats rose to nearly a TD for each of them. It worked so well Ram'ey decided all nine would :act .as co-captains at the Sultan game Friday. And these seniors played their finest game. Lake could go nowhere; Monroe couldn't be stopped. Nasman played one of his great- est games, blocking, tackling, and even intercepting passes (one set up a 'Cat TD). It almost appeared as if ,the husky senior h, ad just learned how to play. Jim Hager was his usual fine footballer -- Ad- kins spurts at nd were again thwarted and thus the Lake attack withered and fell. Larry Barker, the Scott brothers, John Mac Dou- gal and Bob Thompson displayed exceptional line play on defense. The pursuit .and gang tackling Christmas Seal Sale Underway "Protect the family circle" is Bob Warner. It was undoubtedly the 'Cats finest showing -- a fitting climax to the seniors final home appear- ance. SULTAN AND MONROE FRIDAY AFTERNOON You oall this one. Sultan will en- ter as the favorite simply c n record and performance over the season. However, the Bearcats have shown marked improvement of late. The blast over Lake Stevens was a climatic point of an improving club. Match this wit-h the Turk power and you still have to come out with the nod...that is unless the 'Cats have improved as much as receut scores seem to indicate. At any rate, the game should be a dandy- win, lob, e, or tie. Kickoff time has been set at. 2:00 p.m. Ramey calls this one "a must for us". Coach Bradley figures like- wise. Both clubs are entirely dif- ferent and this difference should show on the field. Personnelwise, the Turks have the upper hand. Weight, size and speed are all on their side. Spirit and desire could well decide this contest. Carl Lindberg Funeral Held Funeral services for Carl Lind- berg, 78, Wood St.., were held in the Purdy and Kerr chapel Tuesday at 3 p.m. Mr. Lindberg died in Monroe General hospital Saturday after an extended .illness. A former Duv:all resident, Mr. Lindberg had lived in Monroe for about three years. He was born in Sweden on .June 9, 1882. Mr. Lindberg is survived by his wife, Ugenia. Rev. Earnest Lidell officiated at the services. Cremation followed in View Crest Abbey, Everett. County P-TA Council Will Mark American Education Week Mon. Mrs. Jake Reiner of Monroe, Sno- homish County Council of P-TA character and spiritual chairman, will lead the invocation at the group's regular meeting slated at 8 p.m. next Monday, November 14,. in the PUI Auditorium in Everett. During the council business ses- sion the budget and sanding rules will be adopted, the year book pre- sented and some assistance will be given the units in by-laws interpre- the aim of the Snohomish-Island tation ,and principles in raising and County Tuberculosis Association as using P-TA funds. it mails the 1960 Christmas Seal. campaign letters. In reeognluon of American Edu- The traditional annual fund-r.s- ing campaign opens November 14, with the maiJing of Christmas Seals to 35,000 residents. "Thousands of lives have been saved since the first 'Christmas Seal was sold, but ,the saving of lives is not enough," declared Hen- ry Backstrom, Christmas S e a I chairman. "We must see to it that every faintly is spared the suffer, ing and .tragedy of this long-term, chronic illness." "Proceeds from this years Christ- mas Seal campaign must do more than maintain our present TB con- trol activities," Mr: Backstrom continued. "We must expand our effort to find al the unknown cases of TB lurking in this community. We must increase our efforts to help ex-TB patients ,get back on their feet :and stay there. We must extend our educational program so that people of al,1 ,ages learn how to protect themselves from TB. We must' pat more money into medical research to find bettex ways of fighting TB." After exercising your dog in the field, it is best to wash out his eyes with a warm solution of boric add. This will remo2,e the weed seeds and foreign matter that have accumulated there nd eliminate the possibili,ty of inflamed and ir- ritated eyes. --Sports Afield. \\; cation Week November 6-12 the council program will deal with the teaching of foreign anguages in American schools. "Our Potential Linqulsts, When Do They Begin" is the title of the discussion to be led by Robert C. Groeschell, assistant superintendent of schools, Everett. A display of children's books will be presented by Miss Beth Lawton, Snohomish County children's librar- ian in observance of Children's Book Week November 13-19. Rec- ommendations will .be made for those interested in Christmas se|ec- tions. Council meetings are open not only to P-TA officers and chairmen but to every P-TA member in Sno- homish County. Mrs. Dave Howard Is Attending Cornish Mrs. Da,e" Howard of Monroe is one of the nearly 700 students enrolled at. the' Cornish School of Allied Arts it has been annotm! upon completion of Fail registra- tion. Mrs. Howard is an advanced piano student. Out-of-eity .registrations comprise more than ten percent, of the total enrolhnent, according to the regis- trar who reported that students come from as far away s Soenl, Korea, Manila, P.I., Mellila, Spain and Kethiloan, Alaska. Prices Effective Noveml:;er 101-111"i 2 ' Right To Limit Formerly Price Rite & Stuart's Market Turkey Shoot VASA HALL MONROE " SundayNov. 13,and002Oth " S'TARTS 12 NOON TURKEYS -- HAMS .--BACONS GAMES OF ALL KINDS FREE COFFEE TURKEY AS DOOR PRIZE Come Early and Stay Late!