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PAGE TWO Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash.. Nov. ! 7, 1 960 THE mOnROE moniTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomlsh and Snoquatmle Valleys, per ye*q" . .................. $3.00 Ohtide Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmle Valleys. per year _..$3.50 Official Paper of Town of Monroe and Town of Skykomlah Addre. all mail to PO Box 398. Monroe, Washington. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3. 1879. WARD BOWDEN ................................................................... Publlaher HOWARD VOLAND .......................................................... Editor PM Continues Urging Early' Christmas Mail Monroe Post.master Dan Connel- iy says: "Early mat, ling of Christ- mas cards ,and gifts is the biggest single factor in getting all mail de- livered before Christmas." Post of- flee facilities have been expanded and everything is geared `to handle a record Christmas mail in Monroe this year. VALLEY LEAGUE Monroe Motel 26 Larry's Food 25 Sportsmen's Care 22 Dutch Cup Cafe 22 Blue Eagles 20 Sullivan's Jewelry 20 Robinson Plywood 15 Monroe Realty 10 STATISTICS Su'llivan's Jewelry 836 Gibson'sk7 l| ...Manre | .Bawl Reports: D ,. Mabel Putts Buried Tuesday 00eague nesmts Funeral services for Mabel E. returning to Monroe abot t@o Putts, 67, 313 Kelsey St., Monroe, were held Tuesday at the Purdy and Kerr chapel. Mrs. Putts died He asks patrons to follow three Korky House 201 541 Index Redmen 12 27% simple rules to insure ,prompt .and Ken Haskins 200 587 STATISTICS Stock S h ! Si t d D 8 l0 delivery of Christmas gift WOODS CREEK LEAGUE Larry Brown 203 510 men coo a e ec e - packages - wrap them securely -- Golden'Eagles 26 14" Ken's Auto tlebuild 785 address `them correctly -- marl Carlson Welding 24% 15% Lions ... 2230 Local livestock producers will get a chance to learn the latest developments in connection with the lechnioal and business aspects of their industry from top-level ex- perts December 8 ,to I0, announces A1 Estep, county Extension Agent. ,Event will be the first Western Washington Livestock Conference, scheduled for Centralia College un- der the sponsorship of Washington State University. It will b the western version of the annual stockmen's short course, previous- ly held in Pullman. The panel of more ,than 30 speak- ers will include Dr. M. E. Ensmin- ger, Chairman of the WSU depart- merit of Animal science, Dr. A. O. Shaw, WSU dairy science chair. man, and Dr. Burton Wood, chair- man of the department of agricul- ttzral economics, Oregon State Col- lege. Also on the program will be WSU extension and research spe- cialists, representatives of breed associations and livestock business organizations, and a" number of leading stockmen, who will share their experiences with other parti- cipants. The conference wR1 get under way II ] GLASS INSTALLED -- (For Auto and Home) MONROE HARDWARE at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, Decem- her 8 and run until Saturday noon with evening sessions on Thursday and Friday. In addition to the gen- eral sessions, there will be separ- ate special-interest seminars devot- ed to cattle, sheep, swine and horses. Topics to be covered include economic information, reports on scientific developrrmnts in breeding, feeding, disease control ,and man- agement, and discussion of such related topics as weed control and marketing. No advance registration wi,ll be required, but Estep suggests that interested stockmen contact `the county Exension office at Everett for further information. Steffen Holstein Herd Sets Lactation Record Albert H. Steffen & Sen of Mon- roe has received a new lactation average for their registered Hol- stein herd from the Holstein-Frie- sian AssAation of America. The Steffen herd has 46 com- pleted production records averag- ing 14,164 pounds of milk and 534 pounds of butterfat. Lactation averages are calculat- ed on the commonly-employed two- nkings a day, 305 day, mature equiwalent basis. This provides a uniform basis for comparison and Monroe SCHOOL MENUS for the week of... Nov. 21st thru Nov. 23 MONDAY: Spaghetti and meat balls Buttered corn Bread and butter Fruit ,Y2 pint Published as a public service by The First National Bank MONROE BRANCH TUESDAY: Vegetable-meat soup Soda crackers Bread and butter Cocoanut cake Pint milk WEDNESDAY: Special Thanksgiving Dinner Roast turkey and dressing Whipped potatoes and gravy Buttered green beans Cranberry sauce Hot rolls and bugger Ice cream cup pint milk HAVE A NICE HOLIDAY Member F.D.I.C. them early! Wrap your Christmas gifts carefully by using heavy pa- per, corrugated cartons, and strong cord. You can speed delivery of your Christmas cards, by securing free labels from the post office indicat- ing "All for Local Delivery" and "All for Out of Town Delivery" then sort and tie your oards in two separate bundles with the address- es all facing one way. Orfly Christmas cards carrying first-class postage may include a personal message. Always include your name and address on `the Christmas card envelopes -- This is socially ,correct .and helps both you and your friends ,to keep mailing lists up to date. Marl all Christmas gifts and cards for dis- tant points before December 10th. Monroe Marine Holds Role In Exercises COAST OF CALIFORNIA --Mar- ine Lance Cpl. Raphael T. VanNat. ta, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. VanNatta of Route2, Monroe, is serving with the First Marine Divi- sion, Camp Pendleton, Calif., which is participating in a huge tamphi- hious operation, known as Exercise "Pack Mule," off the coast of California. Navy and Marine units totaling 41 ships and 15,000 men are involv- ed in the operation being held from Oct. 26 through Nov. 4. -Highlights of the invdlved opera- tion include an actu, al landing by a crack Marine battalion against a mock-missile installation on San Clemente Island; laying and use of an underwater wire telephone system; and the install*ation and use of a special system to facili- tate the delivery of fuel directly from tankers to the forces on the beach. In addi`tion to the American sub- marines, aircraft, underwater de- molition teams, etc., participating, ships of the Canadian Navy Mine Force are also taking part in Ex- ercise "Pack Mule". selection in registered Holstein breeding programs. Washington State University su- pervised the weighing and testing of production as part of the offi- cial herd testing programs of the national Holstein organization. NOTICES NOTICE OF EXAMINATION FOR PREFERENTIAL LIST FOR APPOINTMENT OF ASSISTANT MARSIIAL TOWN of MONROE, Notice is hereby given that an examination will be held in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Man- roe, Wash., at 7:30 p.m. on the 1st day of December 1960, for the  purpose of creating an eligibility list for" appointment as Assistant Marshal of the Town of Monroe. An applicant for said examina- tion must be at least 23 year of age; must be an elector and have resided in Snohomish County, Washington for a period of one year prior to date of said eam- ination. Said examination will con- sist of a written and oral test in addition to a physical examination. Date November 16th, 1960. MONROE POLICE COMMISSION By J. CUMMINGS Secretary Published November 17 and 21, 1960. P Bills's Union 22 18 Clarke Shell Oil 21 19 Newt's Chevron 19 21 Wolfkiil Shur-Crop 18 22 Crowell Log 151/2 24 Petrolane Gas 14 26 STATISTICS Wayne Kern 203-205 583 Vince Nelson 231 562 Wayne Ohm 200 559 Art Boyle ... 555 Merrill Kern 204 552 STARLITERS  LEAGUE Cummings Bros. 29Vz 10% Bill's "76" Union 25% 14% Monroe Lockers 22  18 Monroe Bowl 21 19 Monroe Eagles 18% 21% Tri-Valley Pharm. 18 22 Monroe Serve-U 16 23% First Nat'l Bank 9 31 STATISTICS Luella Thomas 190 J(an Cedergreen 196 COFFEE TIMERS LEAGUE Monroe Bowl 26 Doug's Barber 23 Carlsons 23 Shari-Lynn 22% Monroe Floral 19 Monty's Market 17% Unsponsored 14% Johnson's Bakery 14% STATISTICS Ardelle Kern ... Ann Owen 201 523 14 Irene Gibson ... 545 15 Doug's Barber ... 832 18 18 EVERGREEN LEAGUE 20 Lions 30% 9% 20 Bob's Auto :tepair 26% 13% 25 Ken's Auto Rebuild 24 16 30 Handley's Nurset.te 19 21 Scott's Trophy 17% 22% Osborne's 16% 23% 2397 Valley Farm 13% 26% CASCADE LEAGUE Pastime Tavern 26 12 Dan's Chev. 23 17 Gene's Service 21 19 Gohl and Sons 21 19 Wagner Lumber 20 20 Monroe Trophy 17% 12% Monroe Floral 16 24 Mickners 13% 27% STATISTICS Ew Flickner 213 532 Bill Davis 215-203 563 Jim Court 206 546 Bud Saum 204 521 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Sell with Monlto, Want AdJ Holiday Hospitality BEGINS WITH DARIGOLD EGG.NOG; Delightfully r;ch--w;th traditional rum" flavor. (Non-alcoholic.] ORDER NOWI AT YOUR DOOR OR FAVORITE STORE Rainbow Tavern 27 13 Std. Housewarmers 23 17 Kerns Service 22 18 Al's Ta,ern 21 19 Whitfields Ins. 18 22 Great Northern 17 23 ... Sno King Dairy 17 23 533 Monroe Hardware 15 25 STATISTICS 14 Kerns Service 946 2558 17 Ken Greatreaks 226 586 17 Stu. Jonker 204 572 171/2 21 Ed Siler 199 559 22% Vince Nelson 205 552 251/2 Wayne rKern 195 539 25% Gone Predhomme 181 535 Bert Spada 224 531 514 Arne Olson 265 528 suddenly l,ast Saturday evening. Born in Monroe on April 27, 1893, Mrs. Puts had hved in Eureka, California, for the past 11 years, F Talera Rebekah Lodge ' CHRISTMAS BAZAAR weeks ago. Survivors include her husband, Fred, and a brother, Bud Skillen of Monroe. Rev. Forrest Tibbetts officiated at the 1 p.. service. Burial was in the IOOF Cemetery. SATURDAY, NOV. 19 Masonic Temple Needlecraff  Baked Goods Country Store Lunch at Noon -- Pie & Coffee All Day DOOR PRIZE --- FOOD BASKET Turkey Shoot VASA HALL MONROE Sunday, November 20th STARTS 12 NOON TURKEYS -- HAMS .-. BACON FREE COFFEE TURKEY AS DOOR PRIZE Come Early and Stay Late ! i! ,N ta play 'HOLLR DOLLAR' the NOVEL NEW Fun Game HOLLER DOLLAR RULES 1. New Dollar bill will be spent each Man 2. No phone calls to sponsoring mer. day morning with one of the participating chants. You must visit store to copy Monro,,, merchants. Serial number of that serim number, lmrenase not required. dollar will be posted Monday noon in 3. $14.00 will be added each week to jack- stores of "sponsoring merchants" listed poc. below. Find that dollar before Wednesday Monroe merchants. Serial number of that 4. Store personnel of_participating and non-paruetpamg merehants not elgible noon, present it to sponsoring merehant, for jaekpot. and receive all of jaekpot total. If found after Wednesday noon (the serial number of this week's Holler Dollar is published below) you receive half of |aekpot total. Each week's dollar is void after 6 p.m. Saturday. : 5. Cheek name of next week's "sponsor- ing merehants" Hsted below and visit those stores early for jackpot. 6, SHOP IN MONROE. Check serial nnm- hers of your dollar bills and enjoy this rewarding game. HOLLER DOLLAR THIS WEEK WORTH THIS WEEK'S HOLLER DOLLAR SERIAL NUMBER Z 544 227 76.1 NEXT WEEK'S SPONSORS THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS FIRST N]ffid00ik SANK, ,. PY 4-261 "Quallty Brands & Mats PY 4.24671 .,L00Drs r,ocx s.oP