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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA., December 8, 1977 ii Imtex Soft Slnt nn ALL COLORS & TINTS ~LLONS ONLY 40% OFF IDree,. IAilex l,'laill ill IDilllil ALL COLORS & TINTS GALLONS ONLY OFF Now through January ,J 2rid El' Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 Where the customer is the company For the last eight years, a team of Weyerhaeuser scien- tists has searched for a way to discourage deer from eating the top shoots of young trees. This experimental feeding station is where much of their research took place. Here their test subjects, a herd of wild deer kept in an ad- jacent compound, sampled over 1,000 different concoctions. Not one curbed their appe- tites. Working mostly with rotten fish and plant extracts, the scientists attempted to isolate a chemical agent that would repel the deer without harm- ing them. Finally they found it, a mix- ture of proteins and lipids of a very common substance. Eggs. So now, when it looks like a hungry herd might wipe out a young stand or even stunt its growth, crews armed with garden-type sprayers treat the trees with this egg derivative. The deer then move to older trees where their "pruning" doesn't really do any harm. This way, we may be remov- ing a choice delicacy from the deer's menu. But we're saving a lot of raw material for wood products in the next century. Weyerhaeuser ~ Growing C~ny Monroe outscored Lake Stevens 15-5 in the third quarter of last Thursday's game to win, 48-26. This was Monroe's first victory, against no defeats. Leading at half time by a score of 22,14, Monroe over- came their first half tight- ness by shooting 6 of 12 from the field while holding Lake Stevens to only two field goals. Monroe's high scorers were Randy Cotterell with 19 points and Tim Walker, who scored 9 points. Monroe Monday, Dec. 12, Ham- burger on buttered bun, french fries, relish tray, buttered carrots, pud- ding, milk. Tuesday, Dec. 13, Scal- loped potatoes with ham- burger, broccoli with cheese sauce, bread and butter, fruit, milk. Wednesday, Dec. 14, Chili, hot roll and butter, carrot sticks, applesauce, milk. Thursday, Dec. 15, Christmas Dinner--Turk- ey and gravy on mashed potatoes, green beans, cranberries, bread and butter, pumpkin pie square, milk. Friday, Dec. 16, Maca- roni and cheese, spinach, egg salad sandwich, prune cake, orange juice, milk. Sponsored by Whiffield Realt 8, Insurance 794-8771 ,48-26 "An excellent floor game was also played by Jim Hun- nleutt. The entire team play- ed outstanding defense by holding Lake Stevens to only 9 field goals the entire game and out-rebounded the much taller team," reports coach Lee Ottlnl. The next freshman home game will be the evening of Thursday, Dec. 8, instead of the originally scheduled af- ternoon time. Freshman girls will play the first game at 6 p.m. with the boys game to follow. Rubber Stamps Made to Order Monroe Monitor 794-7116 Girls Lose First Game of Season Whistle blasts were heard more than cheers Thursday as Monroe Hi lost the first girl's basketball game of the season to Marysville 39-30. The varsity team followed the JV's to defeat. JV's lost 28-19. It was the first official game to be played in the new gym, which leaked from the roof. A towell was taped to the game floor to take up the water. Four Monroe and three Marysville players fouled out during the game. Still, thd green varsity players led a spirited first quarter, leaving the scored tied 9-9. The second quarter was bogged down under the per- sistent whistle blasts of of- ficials. At half time, Monroe was behind one point, 18-17. The tension of the first quart- er was regained in the third, spreading Marysville's lead, 27-22. If the second quarter was marked by too many calls, the third was marked by not enough. A backcourt viola- tion and several obvious cases of traveling with the ball Were overlooked by of- ficials. The officialing im- proved during the last quart- er, however. Marysville's lead continued to spread during the fourth quarter. Many points were made on foul shots. Jacki Neisinger made two foul shots, bringing the score to 31-27. Then two Marys- ville foul shots made it 33-27. Sue Smith stole the ball from Marysville's half court and brought it down court for a nice layup that bounced back out. Marysville ran it back and put it in, 35-27. Marysville made two foul shots, making the score 37- 27 with 2:10 to go. Kim Creswell got the ball and went for a long one, missed, with 1:58 to go. After two jump balls ended in a foul, Sue Smith again sank both foul shots, bring- ing the score to 37-29. Then she fouled a Marysville play- er who missed her foul shot, but one of her teammates put it in, making the score 39-30. Save Fuel This Winter./ :::!: ~ Cut Flex-O-Glass To Size--- o_m.~ Run. Ft. :~;:::~~1"I Tack Over Screens pr_ . 49,,-w,oe ~. * ~ ~ Window Openings/ Also 28"- 48" W,dths i:::::: WARP BROS. Chicago 60651 PioT~eers in Plastics Since 1924 At Hardware, Lumber, & Bldg. Supply Stores COVER YOUR WINDOWS, DOORS, PORCHES & BREEZEWAYS! Coast.to-Coast Store B&E Hardware 101 E. Main, Moaree Sultan Hdwe. & Bldg. Supply 120 W. Main, Momm Dunbar Lumber Eastgate, Sultan Monroe Hardware 118 N. Lewis, Monroe 793-3535 Monroe SlmpCtr., Menr~ If you need to lose weight, you're not alone. Millions of Americans are toting more pounds than they should. The only way to take in your belt or slip into that pantsuit again is to eat less and ex- ercise more. But no matter how much you exercise, you can't escape that ultimate ac- tivity-saying "No" to big portions and second help- / ~e Airman Marque A. Walker, son of Mrs. Donna M. Reitz of 1122 E. 23rd, Kennewick, has been assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo., after completing Air Force Basic Training. During the six weeks at Lackland AFB, Tex., the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human rela- tions. Completion of this training earned the individ- ual credits towards an assoc- iate in applied science deg- ree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Walker will now re- ceive specialized training in the missile electronics field. His father, Harlan L. Walk- er, resides in Monroe. *** Navy Seaman Recruit Guer- don C. Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Ellis of Route 2, Box 31IF, Monroe, has completed recruit train- ing at the Naval Training Center, San Diego. During the eight-week training cycle, he studied general military subjects de- signed to prepare him for further academic and on-the- job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic occupational fields. Included in his studies were seamanship, close-order drill, Naval history and first aid. A 1977 graduate of Monroe High School, he joined the Navy in September 1977. Navy Seaman Recruit Ken- neth N. Korakis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Korak- is of Route 2, Box 256, Monroe, has completed re- cruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego. During the eight-week training cycle, he studied general military subjects de- signed to prepare him for further academic and on-the- job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic occupational fields. Included in his studies were seamanship, close-order drill, Naval history and first aid. He joined the Navy in Sep- tember 1977. I I ings. If you're overweight, you'll have to cut down on your calories intake, but not nec- essarily on the amount of food. Just eat more low-cal- orie foods and shun the grav- ies, creamed dishes, rich desserts, fried entrees and alcoholic drinks. If you are more than 10 pounds overwight, see your doctor before launching a do-it-yourself diet. You are more likely to stick to your diet is you balance and vary your menus, select- ing from the four bread cat- egories of: Milk Group (milk and cheese); Meat Group (beef, veal, lamb, pork, poul- try, eggs and fish); Vege- table-Fruit Group, and Bread Cereal Group. You also need butter, margarine, fats or oils, but in moderation. Exercise while dieting helps tone up the muscles and tis- sues and helps burn stored calories. If you want to go to a salon or gym, go ahead but beware of over-exertion. Or you can exercise at home. Crash diets aren't much use. You can take off pounds, but the diet is usually so bizarre that you cannot stay on it the rest of your life, and those pounds will creep back. Boys/Girls Basketball 9th Grade - Coaches: Boys, Lee Ottini. Girls, Barbara Strecker. Game times, 3:45, unless otherwise noted. When boys and girls play together boys game is first. Dec. 8, Stanwood (B & G) Dec. 13, Arlington (B & G) Dec. 15, Cascade (B) 3:45 Dec. 15, Marysville (G) 5:00 Jan. 5, Mariner (B) 3:45 Jan. 5, Arlington (G) 5:00 Jan. 10, At Lake Stevens (B & G) Jan. 12, Lakewood (B & G) Jan. 19, At Stanwood (B & G) Jan. 26, At Arlington (B & G) Jan. 31, At Mariner (B) 4:15 Jan. 31, At Lakewood (G) 5:00 Feb. 2, At Cascade (B) 4:15 Feb. 2, At Marysville (G) 3:45 8th Grade Boys - Coach: Gordon Sherling. Game times, 3:45, unless otherwise noted. Dec. 7, Lake Stevens Dec. 12 At Snohomisl Dec. 14, Lakewood Dec. 21, Olympic View Jan. 4, At Marysville Jan. 11, Divisional Crossover Just have time for o fast dinner while doing your holiday shopping P Try our HOLIDAY SPECIAL. (3 pieces chicken, fries, $ cole slaw, toast, catsup) 1 10 on to go I Prices effective Dec. 8-24 Dec. 24- 7 p.m. & Christmas IN Hwy. 2 E. Main St. Monroe