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, nn, m m PAGE SIX Monroe Monitor. Monroe. Wash.. Nov. 17. 1960 " Monitor Staffer -:lavcees Plan ml Wedding Photography | I w=,  , / I I LIONEL TRAIN SET? o PP am I TOMMY SPEIGHTS i i B.y. T=.is R.,.: Ramey's 'Cats Fall To Turks , H Hurt In Crash Hoo rogr I Photographer ] I .... ask details at . COOK RADIO & TTv" .... 1960-- 1961 Mrs. Ann Trout. Blinks, Park IED 4-6357 ED 4-2605| m PY 44327 Coach Jerry Ramey's Bearcats, away from a 7-6 halftime l.van- December 2 . .at Peshastin-Dryden Place, Monroe Monitor society ed- Young men of the o "tym m in their final game of the season, rage. Up-valley defenders inter- December 3 .... at Kings Garden urn suffered a 27-13 defeat at the cepted four 'Cat passes in the sec- *December 9 ...... LaConner here hands of the Northwest B league championship Sultan Turks. Turk mentor Jack Bradley tu- tored his undefeated charges to the win, in the third quarter, scor- ing three quick touchdowns to pull THE GOOD NEWS IS ALL OVER TOWN -- It's the news of Monroe Bakery's fair prices and superior merchan4ise. Find out for yourself by visiting this pleasant store now.  visit wgl convince you that it S wise to rely on Monroe Bakery. GLAZED DONUTS 58 dOZ. and half, two of which setup third quarter touchdowns. Sultan drew first blood in the second quarter. Monroe's only tal- ly ea.e also in the second period when Bob Fehx passed for 58 yards in three plays, hitting Keith Weeks ,and Don Bonga for gains of almost 20 yards each. Felix packed the ball Sovr from the one-yard line for the score, but Jerry John- son's conversion kick was blocked. Thus the 'Cats ended the session with a league record of 2-3 and a seasonal mark of 4-5. Burch Grandson Buried Monday Private funeral services for Wil- liam Monte Rossiter, 6-week old son of Mr. andMrs. WilLiam L. Rossiter of Everett and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Toby Bureh, Mon- roe, were held in the Purdy and Kerr chapel Monday at 10 a,m. Born in Everett September 26, 1960, William died at his home early Friday morning. Surviving in addition to his par. ents are  sister, Anne Marie; Mr. and Mrs. Toby Burch, maternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Rossiter, Mukilteo, paternal grandparents; and his great-grand. parents, B. W. Jenkins of Everett, Mrs. Nettie Oman of San Bernar- dino, Oalif., and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Behrbaum of Everett. Rev. Forrest Tibbetts officiated at the services. *December 10 ....... Monroe here *December 13 .. Leavenworth here *Dcember 16 .... at Orcas Island December 23 ...... at Darrington *Dec. 30 ... Pesbastin-Dryden here *January 6 ............ Sultan here *January 7 .... Kings Garden here January 13 .............. at Tolt *January 17 ... Granite Falls here January 20 .......... at Coupeville January 31 ......... at LaConner *February 3 ...... Darrington here *February 4 .. Friday Harbor here February 10 ............ at Sultan *February 17 .......... Tolt here February 21 .... at Granite Falls *February 24 ..... Coupevil,le here *Northwest League Games Coach ............... Don Koplitz Yell Leaders .. Marlene Holdridge Kathy Sarginson Diane Pasley Song Leaders ........ Lynnie Mae Pare Cass Game Time Preliminary Game ........ 6:45 Varsity Game ............. 8:15 Sea+fie Pacific Cloir Names Duvall S+uden+ As Business Manager FUNK A Monroe area student at Seattle Pacific Co],lege, Bob Funk, has been elected business manager of the college's a cappella choir for the 1960-61 academic year. Funk, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Roy Funk, Duvall, is a graduate of Monroe high school. At Seattle Pa- cific he is a junior majoring in Biblical literature. Be Our Guests. SATURDAY, NOV. 26 " 10 a.m. -- 5 p.m. Meet .Our SUNBEAM Factory Demonstrator Ask Abou+ Our Special Sunleam Appliance prices and our LAY AWAY, Plan Free Goffee and Treats WHEELER 119 E. Main St. APPLIANCE PYramid 4-3852 Too Late to Classify ELECTRIC ROAS_R, good con- . dition, make offer or will trade for overstuffed chair or ny- thing of equal value. PYramid 4-6340, Katherihe Scheiffelbine. 42-2tp under FOR SALE TWO USED ASHLEY wood heat- ers. Thoroughly reconditioned. Priced to sell. DeVers in Mon- roe. 42-tfc under MISC. WE HAVE room for an elderly man. Good, clean home and lov- ing care. If on welfare Class III preferred. Mrs. Connett, Box 747, PYramid 4-4247. 42-2tp under FOR RENT TWO BEDROOM farm home for rent.. PYramid 4-6591. 42-2tp under FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT, furnished. Very sharp, 5 years old, $55. Bert Arndt, Gold Bar, SYcamore 3-3544. 42-tfc MONROE SHOPPING CENTER 'TIN LIZZIE' GIVE-AWAY Get Your... Free Ticket I! No Obligation Nothing to Buy Presentation: DEC. 3 MODEL T Replica S0" Wheelbase Engine You need not be present to win SHOP... These Firms To Win RUNS AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CAR! e e itor, is reportedly recovering this wishing to bake part in the Junior week from injuries sustained in ,a two-car crash at the junction of the Stevens Pass tIighway and North Kelsey Street just north of town Monday evening. Mrs. Blinks was hospitalized with multiple bruises, lacerations, chest and neck injuries. The Blinks auto was eastbound on the Stevens Pass Highway (PSH 15) when it collided with ,a pickup truck driven by William D. Borden, 61, Rt. 2, Everett. The Borden ve- hicle was northbound on Kelsey. The Blinks sedan was listed as a total loss and the Borden truck damaged to the extent of $500 to $60O. Investigating state patrolman is Earl Sandquist. Am. Legion Auxiliary To See Travelogue A travelogue, to be presented by Mrs. Sylvia Oass of Skykomish, will highlight the meeting of the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary to be held Tuesday evening, November 22. Chamber of Commerce sponsored basketball program are invited to notify either Rod Sewell or Dave Neisinger, Jaycee members, Sewell said today. The Jaycee sponsored team will take part in District 16 league play, dates of league games to be ,announced. Turn-out games will be held on Tuesday evenings--the irst prac- tice was held last Tuesday, No- vember 15--at 7 p.m. in the inter- mediate school gymnasium. Misg Mary Reardon will host the gathering at her home, 215 N. Mad- ison St, at 8 p.m. The travelogue to be presented by Mrs. Cass is of her recent trip to Europe. Members are reminded that the deadline for gifts for the gift shop at ,the veteran's hospital is this Friday, November 18. Anyone. who cannot deliver their gifts to Mrs. George Kingman by that time is asked to call her for pickup. TURKEY SHOOT j NOV. lf-20 - Shoot Tmme 11 a.m, Games Missouri Shoots Cherry Gardens COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE 5 Miles N. E. Duvall Santa Reporting... NOT ONE... NOT TWO . . . BUT THREE FREE: Lione! Electric Tra,ns PURCHASED . . . o ---From WHEELER APPLIANCE, Your Lionel Dealer Plus: Two Oven-Rec :y Turkeys First Prize... Set No, 5770---4 Car Texas Special "ABA" Diesel Passenger with Two Powered Units includes: No. 0566 Texas Special Powered "A" unit with  ............. $7,95 No. 0576 Texas Special Duvnmy"B" unit ...... 3.95 No. 0566 Texas Special Powered "A" unit with headlight ............. 7.95 No. 0705 Texas Special PulLs, an ............... 3.95 No. 0706 Texas Special Vista-Dome ............ 3.95 No. 0706 Texas Special Vsta-Dome ............ 3.95 No. 0707 Texas Special Observation .......... 16 Sections No. 0982 22" Radius Curved Track __ 4.00 1 Section No. 0925 Straight Terminal Track ......... 75 1 Section No. 0919 Urxler Re-lafler ___2 ......... 1.5 No. 0101 IA Amp. D.C., A.C. Power Pack .......... 10.95 Wives and Institution Sheet Second Prize... $49.95 Set No. 5743--5 Car Northern Pacific GP-9 Diesel Freight includes: No.0597 New Northern ac.ic GP-9 with "headlight __$10.95 No. 0301 New Operating Dump Car .............. 4.95 No. 0865-250 New Gondola with Crates ............. 2.50 No. 0300 New Operating Immber Car ............ 4.95 No. 0860 Deck Car ..... 3.95 No. 0819-250 New Norern Pacific :Work Caboose to match loco .......... 2.95 11 Sections No. 0989 18" Radius Curved Track Full Sections .......... $2,75 1 Sectim No. 0975 18" Radius Curved Terminefl Track ..................... 75 1 Sectk>n No. 0919 Uncxmpler Re-Railer ............... 1.35 No. 0900 New 1. C. Operath latfonn ................ 3.00 'No. 0214 Girder Bridge __ 1.50 No. 0101 IA Anp. D.C., A.C. Power Pack ........... 10,95 Wires and Instruction Sheet Third Prize... $39.95 Set No. 5745--5 Car Pacific Steam Freight includes: No. 0g25LT Pacific Steam Loco and Tender with ,headlight ............ $15.95 No. 0850 New Missel Launching Car ........... 5.95 No.0319 New Operating Helicopter Launfing Car ...................... 7.95 No. 0847 New Exploding Target Car ............. 4.95 "No. 0865-250 New Gondola with Crates ............. 2,50 No. 0817-150 New Santa Fe Caboose ............ = .... 2.95 II Seons "No. 0989 18' Racus Curved Track Fl Section .......... $2.75 I Section No. 0975 18" Radius Curved Terminal Track ................. =__.75 1 Section No. 0909 Straiglat Track 9" Long ........... 25 1 Section No. 0919 Uncoupler Re-Railer ............... 1.35 No. 0103 800 mfl].tanps Power Pack ............ 7.95 Lubricant and Instruction Sheet $39.95 Fourth & Fifth Prizes II Two Oven-Ready Turkeys (Get Your. Free TicKet Today) Presentation Dec. 23rd. SHOP, EARLY- M, ONROE Hardware & S_00_orting Goods * SH 0 P F 0 T H E FA M i LY... E. Main S: CUMMINGS., DEPARTMENT STORE BROS. Douglass Barber Shop PYramid 4-4561) Monroe Laundromat Sna&Bar : Elsie's Beauty Sh@ Tri-Valley Pharmacy Safeway Stores Inc. Wolfkill Feed & Fertilizer Corp.