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t FREE... I - 8xl Photo of your laly Taken In Your Home By TOMMY SPEIG.HTS PHOTOGRAPHER or EDgewood 4-260S Wear White Walking at Nite, AAA Reminds "If you plan to walk at night, colored clothing that reflected that they will be able to stop with- wear or carry something white." light." in the distance of their headlights. These words of caution were is- Had the victims been wearing "You can't possibly avoid .trouble sued by the Automobile Club of Washington in a plea for fewer ac- cidents involving pedestrians and automobiles. Thomas L. GulliRson, safety rep- resentative of the AAA Motor Club, pointed out that 4,200, or well over one-half of all pedestrians killed last year, were involved in night accidents. "This horrible waste of human life and energy would have been reduced great'ly if the motorist had been able to see the pedestrians in time to stop or change directions," Gallikson said. "Most of the vic- tims were wearing dark clothing that absorbed light instead of Qight- 'light-colored clothing the headlight ,beams would have outlined the pedestrian in time for the driver to avoid the accident, Gullikson said. "When walking at night a per- son must wear this light-colored clothing," he added. "We must give motorists every chance to avoid trouble." The Auto Club spokesman also urged drivers to low down so "In an election year, the politi- if you're going too fast to see it," he warned. Card of thanks WE WISH TO TAKE THIS means to thank the ladies of Peace Lu- theran Church, Pastor Steube, the organist, and soloist, ,and all who assisted at the loss of our beloved mother, Mrs. Helen Bauman. Tlrank you for the 'floral offerings, the clans can't, seem to leave welfare food, and all the kind and loving enough alone."--Changing Times. thoughts at this time. The. Bamnan family Try a Monitor Want Ad. Paid adv. / FIXINGS & TRIMMINGS PUHPKIN 2/35' LIBBY'S ............................ 21/2 TINS RIPE OLIVES 3/51 SHURFINE - Lge. Pitted No. 1 Tall Tin PIECRUST 29 BETTY CROCKER (8c off) 20-oz. CRANBERRIES iiiNCEHEAT 39 NALLEY'S .............................. 28-oz. TOPPING 2/45 DREAM WHIP ........................ 2-oz. PUDDINGS 3/25' JELL-O, All Flavors ............ Rg. Size or 5/Sl NO. 303 TINS .......................... LYNDEN or SHUR-FRESH GRADE A  GOV. INSP: -- GUARANTEED FINEST H,NS 49' TOMS ib, I I to 13-1b', Avg. I1. i9 to 23-1b'. Avg: Nov. 17, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe. Wash. PAGE THREE "Comments From " Bauman Funeral COUNTY AGENT Is Held Monday Well, the election is over and we now have a new administration heading for Washington D.C. What the picture will be for farmers is not clear at the present time. Farm- ers will be looking with much in- terest to wheat will .be tried to salve the farm problem. I am sure a sincere effort will be made but the direction it takes may be up to you as farmers. Through organized action things can be accomplished which otherwise as individuals is impossible to get done. So now is the time for farmers to pool their ideas and make themselves felt to get the type of program th,at will insure a continued measure of not enly a way of life but a business in farming. Thyroprotein From questions in the office I would gather there is a selling pro- gram for thyroprotein going on in the county. Dr. L. A. Moore of the U. S. Department of Agriculture's dairy research center at Beltsvi, lle, Maryland recently wrote research findings on thyroprotein. Dr. Moore advises that thyroprotein should not be fed to herds when poor management exists and when the herd is underfed. Under any given situation it should be fed only to those herds which are well fed and well managed. Under such a situation the heavy feeding of grain would produce as much milk for the lactation as would feeding of grain and thyroprotein. Side ef- fects have been reported from oth- er states and extreme care should be exercised in any attempt of' feeding he hormone. The Purebred Dairy Cattle Association state that the use of any product producing thyroical effects is prohibited for those on test. Full But Hungry This can happen to dairy or beef cattle if .the hay or forage they eat is of poor quality with very ittle feed xalue. Dairymen often express it that the cattle eat well but there just isn't any milk in a particular bunch of feed. Those feeding for- age can now find out the feeding value by taking part in the forage testing program offered by WSU. This allows not. only a chance to balance the ration to keep the cat- tle doing well, but to make any needed changes for next year's pro- duction. Feed dealers in t.he county are cooperating by making avail- able forage sampling tubes and stocking the cartons for sale. Even though the resets might not. be what you wotfld like to hear, it is better to know so that steps to correct the situation cam be taken. Forest Trees Now is a good time for those in the tree planting business to order trees for either planting this fall t Funeral services for Hele Bau- man, 74, Monroe, were held in Peace Lutheran church, P a r k Lane, Monday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Ban- man died at her home Late Mst Wednesday evening. Born in Webster, S. Dak., April 4, 1887, Mrs. Bauman had been a Monroe resident for 18 years. She was a member of the Peace Lu- theran church of Monroe. Survivors include three sons, La- Verne Bauman of Monroe, Irwin of Moses Lake, and Willi,am of Springfield, Ore.; two daughters, Mrs. Arlene Hart of Moses Lake and Mrs. Evelyn Schaeffer of Web- ster, S. Dak.; one sister, Mamie Haven of Webster, S. Dak., and ten grandchildren. Rev. Martin Steube officiated at the service. Burial was in the IOOF Cemetery under the direc. tion of Purdy and Kerr. or next spring. We do have the recent price list in the office for the state forest nursery. This non- profit operation is in operation for only one purpose, to supply trees to those who plant them for our future forest. They have ten dif- ferent varieties and the price is quite reasonable t $9.20 per thou- sand. This will enable those with some land suitable for trees to get it planted so it will start producing for the future. If you are interested just contact the office and we will furnish you with a price list and an order blank. Card of thanks WE WISH TO EXTEND our sin- cere thanks to our many friends and neighbors for their comforting thoughts in the loss of our husband and father. Minnie T. Gamble and family Paid adv. Mahogany Paneling Pre-Finlshed and V-Groved 4x8 Sheets 15' sq. ft. WAGNER LUMBER CO. Corner Hill & Lewis PY 4-3301 or PY 4-2501 JELL-O THE "12-IN- I" MIX BISQUICK ALL FEAVORS 40-OZ. PKG. REG. SIZE BOX EACH ........ JIFFY Cake Mix Choc. Fudge, Spice, Yellow, White 5' 39' ......... 10' Jiffy - Choe. Fudge, White Caramel 7y2-oz. FROSTING 10 Shurfine FRUIT 303 Tins COCKTAIL 5/Sl Folger's Reg or ,Drip (2-1bs. $1.29) lb. COFFEE 65' Miracle Whip Quart DRESSING 49' Pacific Pearl Tiny 4a/a-oz. Tin SHRIHP 3/Sl JELL-O Reg. PUDDING 3/25' U.S. Choice Verifine, Boneless top tender portion ROUND STEAK ................................ lb. 89c U.S. ChoiceVerifine, trimmed and tied from Rump or Round BONELESS ROAST .......................... lb. 89c Boneless fully cooke! Whole or Half FIESTA HAM .................................... lb. 79c i Rath.Pure- Pork. (Pound cello rolls) :PORK SAUSAGE .............................. lb. 39 Thuringer, Goteborg or, Genoa, Salami A real,green salad garnish HORMEL, 4-oz. pkg. 'Old World Sausac:je L Snacks' .... 2 pkgs. 89c 'i,i:,:We have complete selection of poultry for your Holiday needs California No. l's YA g S . . . . . . 4/45' Ocean Spray l-lb. Pkgs. CRANBERRIES ............................ Ea. 2/29c Texas HamHns, Sweet, Juicy ORANGES .................................... II. 4149c Oregon yellow Plio Bag BOILER ONIONS ............ 3 I1. Polio Bag 15c Fancy California, plump full ears CORN ............................. . .... S Ears-39c See your Serve-U store for Papayas, Chestnuts, Pineapple, Brussels Sprouts, Mushrooms and Dates.  *"'' :*i .... i!  . . . Prices Effective Noveml:;er 17"rl 8-'1 9 Right To Limit Formerly Price Rife & Stuarf's Market WARM AS TOAST Houses take on a particular warmth when they're treated to oqr"Certified Comfort" Heat- ing Service. For one thing, they're conditioned by Shell Heating Oil-an oil of premium quality. Shell Heating Oil burns clean and gives maxi- mum heating efficiency. But the oil itself is just a part of our "Certi- fied Comfort" Service. We'll give you metered receipts, automatic refills, and a free applica- tion of Shell Sonitor additive to protect your tank.And our drivers are courteous and respect- ful of your property.  Houses  worm up to Shell / d'X, Don H. Clarke SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR PYrqmid 4-2361 Mome B