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Jan. 19 8 p.m. I III Jan. 18,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Three 0000BASKETBALL 00o0000o00v,AT SnohomL00h , ]11 I:iremen To Dine Controlled Pheasant TOPS Has ,' Monroe Vohmteer the evening of February Hunt Reported Good M Fire Department will 10, according to fire- hold their annual dinner men and committeemen O n roe in charge of the affair Harold St. Peter. For the dinner, fire- men will entertain their wives and host Fire Protection District No. 3 commissioners, May- or Jack Law (who is also a fireman), the Monroe City Council, Fire Chief Louis Jel- inek of Sultan and Chuck Walsh of neigh- boring Snohomish. The dinner, which will be served at the Con- gregational Hall by the Congregational ladies, will be preceeded by a refreshment affair at the fire hall and fol- lowed by a dance, again at the fire hall, St. Pet- er said. Hunter successes at the McKennon-Lawler controlled pheasant hunt during the second half of the season in the valley west of here proved very good, according to statistics released by the State Department of Game yesterday. The first half of the season, October 14 through November 12, previously reported, was also successful with a 70 per cent harvest of birds planted. The second half harvest came to 65 per cent for a season kill of 68 per cent. A total of 1,560 pheasants, of the sand point variety, were planted during the entire season and 1,053 were harvested in the controlled hunt area. The game department could collect no records on the number of birds who left the McKennon- Lawler properties and were harvested elsewhere in the valley. Monroe Wildlife Agent Jerry Neal, as well as area sportsmen, have publicly expressed ratitude to William McKennon and Ward Law- r, owners of the land used by the game de- partment and opened to the general public for hunting. Chapter TOPS, a national or- ganization to "take off pounds sensibly", has opened a chapter in Monroe, according to Mrs. Julius Breedlove, leader. The Club offers an opportunity for group therapy and changes dieting from a humil- iating, discouraging ex- perience to one that is inspirational, fun and effective, Mrs. Breed- love said in encourag- ing interested persons to attend. Meetings are held at 10 a.m., each Thursday in the home of Mrs. Grade Davis, co-lead- er 15116 180th Place Glidden S.E.  :i Other club officers are Mrs. Lloyd Han- sey, secretary, and HELD AS EVIDENCE are these trout and smaller fish killed Mrs. Oleta Schell, trea- January 7 in a tributary of the Pilchuck River when the City surer. Interested persons of Everett's water pipeline was flushed with a high concen- are invited to attend the tration of chlorine gas. As a result of this latest fish kill club's next meeting or the State Pollution Commission may file suit against the City for further information mTnmgUak'-" cal1,1.794-8409, of Everett. An earlier suit tara massive fish kill in the Sultan River in June of 1966 is still pending.--Photo courtesy Marysville ,lwanls Globe, Bob Buttke, photographer. Glidden To Install Courtesy Mennonite oupne SPRED The .o.roo Tickets Youth Fete (From Page l) Club installation ban- know where the "safe" quet will be held at 7 Six Sponsors was. p.m., next Monday, Jan- The Stuckys told Dep- LUSTRE uary 22, at the Con-Pnanned Members of the Man-utyIversonthesafethey T UlppREI m gregational Hall on roe Mennonite Youth asked about was kept I  gl Suth LewlsStreet'an- Group held a dinner re- in another building and nounces committee Courtesy or warning cently in honor of their contained only personal chairman Ralph Rama- tickets will be issued sponsors to show their papers. - PRICE .... 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