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PAGI:. EIGHT Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Dec. 15, 1960 Humane Society To '0pen House' "Ilae Snohomish County Humane Society will hold open house at the Everet city pound, 2517 Hewitt, December 1924. Although visitors are welcome the year 'round, a special invitation is extended to open house so the public may see first hand how stray and unwanted animals are cared for. The Society has many animals available for adoption, some picked up by Humane officers, some lost or abandoned, some sick and in- jured while other animals, victims of over breeding are taken to the Society by the owners. Adoption .agreements must be signed, but most persons who apply receive pe and virtually all adop- tions are successful, Society offi- cials point out. TIME IS FLYING!! J01N THE FIRST NATIONAL XMAS SAVINGS CLUB Save your Christmas money IN ADVANCE 50c a week  $1.00 a week m $2.00 a week whatever you'll need for Christmas. It's easy  it's really fun saving for a PURPOSE. Start NOW at The First Nae;onal. MONROE BRANCH Gibson's Monroe Bowl Reports: Valley League Results VALLEY LEAGUE Larry's Food ....... 36 Sportsmen's Care .. 35 Monroe Motel ...... 30 Dutch Cup Care .... 29 Sullivan's Jewelry . 271A Blue Eagles ........ 24 Robinson Plywood . 221/2 Monroe Realty ..... 2O STATISTICS Sportsmen's care .. 806 Henry Zandarski ... 202 Ray Sampson ......... * Larry Nasrnan ........ George Stansfield ..... Ken Haskins ....... 206 STARLITER'S LEAGUE Cummings Bros .... 391/2 Bill's "76" Union ... 39 Monroe Bowl ....... 29 Monroe Serve-U .... 271/2 Monroe Lockers .... 26 Monroe Eagles ..... 251/2 Tri-Valley Phey .... 24 First Nat'l Bank ... 13 STATISTICS Ann Owen ...... 213-203 Cummings Bros .... 849 STATISTICS 20 Golden Eagles ...... 944 2535 21 Ralph Miltbach .... 257 603 26 Wayne Ohm ........ 235 584 27 Merrill Kern ....... 201 551 28 Jim Danieison ......... 550 32 Ed Pluney ........ 201 542 331/z Dennis Larson .......... 542 36 HOUSEWIVE'S LEAGUE Monroe Motel ...... 36 20 2370 Bubble Up ......... 34 22 575 Union Oil ........... 27 29 516 Earigold ........... 26 30 519 Pastime ........... 26 30 575 Whistling Post. ...... 19 37 587 COFFEE TIMER'S LEAGUE 161/2 Shari-Lynn ......... 34//, 21 16Vz Carlson's Shop ...... 31 25 27 Monroe Bevel ....... 31 25 281/z Monty's Market .... 28 27Vz 30 Monroe. Floral ..... 28 23 , 30 Doug's Barber ..... 27 29 32 Johnson's Bakery ... 231/2 321/ 43 Scott Trophy ....... 20'/2 3.5'/2 STATISTICS 573 -Dee Gohl ........... 219 564 2339 Irene Gibson ...... . 214 537 Ardelle Kern ....... 211 549 BUSINESSMEN'S LEAGUE Team 7 ............. 36 Dewall Motor ...... 321/z Valley Feed ........ 30 Cummings Bros .... 29 Saum Shoe ......... 29 Ingals ............. 25 Safeway ............ 25 Coast-to-coast ...... 171/2 STATISTICS Jack Law .......... 201 CASCADE LEAGUE Pastime Tavern .... 35 Gohl & Son ........ 34 Gene's Service ..... 32 Don Chev .......... 30 Wagner Lumber ... 29 N. W. Trophy ...... 25 Ferdies Barber ..... 18Vz Monroe Floral ...... 20 STATISTICS Bill Davis .......... 200 G. Pred,homme ..... 216 Bud Saum ......... 212 WOODS CREEK LEAGUE Golden Eagles ..... 41 Carlson Welding .... 31/ Newt's Cheveon .... 30 Clarke Shell Oil ..... 28 Bill's "76" Union ... 27/ Wolfknl Shur-CYap . 26 Crowel Log ........ 21 Petrolane Gas ...... 18 .. Evelyn Dahl ....... 4-7-10 split 20 Jeanette Johnson .. 5-10 split 231 Monroe Floral ..... 833 2369 26 27 LEAGUE 27 Lions ............... 42 13 31 Bob's Auto Repair .. 39 161 31 Ken's Auto Rebuild 29 27 38% Scott's Trophy ..... 28 27 Handley's Nursette 25 25 Osborne's .......... 21 31 502 Index Redmen ..... 21 31% VaEey Farm ....... 16/ 39 21 STATISTICS 22 Bill Wngner ........ 236 569 24 Korky, House ...:... 201 543 26 Bob's Auto Repair .... 874 27 Lions ................... 2372 3O 371 W.S.R. MIXED LEAGUE 36 Misfits .............. 33 19 Missiles ............ 32 20 Aristocrats ......... 31 21 513 Sptrtniks ............ 28 24 567 The Upstarts ...... 28 24 540 Thumb Poppers .... 27 25 5 Alley Cats ........ 23 29 14Vz Go Getters ......... I1 41 24 STATISTICS  _ - 26 Aristocrats ............ 2136 28 Misfits ............. 755 ... 28% Gene Day .......... 186 .. 30 Hank Zandarski ...... 524 35 Irene Gibson ....... 174 473 38 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EVERETT, WASHINGTON . Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Rainbow Tavern ... 35 21 SM. Hogsewarmers 31 25 Tri Valley Insur .... 30 26 M0rs! VafJ00Iy Kern's Service ..... 29 27 Al's Tavern ........ 28 28 Monroe Hardware . 24 32 Great No, hem .... 24 32 Sno King Dairy ..... 23 33 STATISTICS Open Evelll ngs '|iJJ Ch rl$|mas " RalphGeneGreat 'edhommeMilbachNrthern ..... .... "" 2032029012580554573 Roy Jellison ........ 206 550 Earl Convay ....... 181 514 ...................................................... ....... Kothe Funeral : . ,. LOOK Iour pest . . . I 4-HOUR I." Held Yesterday w.-_ r_]___ c ..... i sin,= I " lIllS l--lOllOay JU00:SOH, pital Sunday m0rnig ,after a brief ; . ill in KihTanough. Mich., Ap- . ril 17, 1889, be had been a ,resident TRY THESE FOR SIZE: ." of Mue since 1942. Mr. Kothe ." was a member of Monroe Metho- dist Church, Monroe Lodge 160 of ." FkAM, Monroe Chapter 102, OES, SWEATERS  and Whatcom Circle of Neighbors . of woocrt.. ,1 He is survived by his widow, M'ae, ,and wo sisters, Mrs. Otto Reg. 75 . Kuisel of Oailing, Mich., and /Irs. : ,1 Earl Bray of Seattle. 50' '1" He was a retired emplye f , Washington State Reformatory. !. Masorde funeral services were ." held Wednesday in Purdy and Kerr " Ch,apoL Monroe, with the Rev. For- .__z re Tibbitts and Monroe Lodge of ; ' " F " ,w ...... m. ,,m,,mm m   & A M officmting. Burial was I[ lti IIIIIl111 |U|  IlJP . in Monroe IOOF Cemetery. lt ii _  Pallbearers were Walter W __bltO Oh _'1_1  - V g i son, J. L. Brady, Don Smith, Percy - ,  Dyer, William Woods and Glen " . " Guptil. ' i ' ,'g." Hen s Su ts A Services" Held Men's, ladies ,   ,.: ' := Long Coats . For Mrs. Hahn Ladies Plain (Reg. $1.75 '  Viola B. Hahn, 73, Mom'oe, died m  A me ' in the Monroe hospital Friday after  ' . an extended iness. uresses & bUI[S rn in Montana April 28. 1887, . : : Mrs. Hahn had been a i'esident of . ' J Monroe for bout two years, living . , previously in Duvall." She was a i  ::ta member of Monroe Assembly of :., , i,, c, od ureh. rillllll --ii.AIICE  Mrs. Marian Lager of Rnd; ess . ; - . , " tar, Mrs. Lou Hieb of Los Angeles, Ill AI_ _ _ _ _. A_--L--_. , Clif.; a brother, Ira Lemons of mnnrn Nnflnnlmr l.nlor i Wilsall, Mont.; 13 grandchildren IIIVIIIVV illVfflnl vt..,w.  and two great-grandchildren. ,mr.. . ed 1 - Funeral sermces were held W - ,-, "'hill, S. 7:30 a. fn. to 6 p.m. Weekdays  nesday in the chapel of Purdy and HUIIII, o.m. to 6 arm. Sturdnvs '  Kerr, Monroe. with the Rev. Ja- ==..= . we r --# , cobs of the Assembly of God Church 1 ____" officiating. Burial was in Monroe ....: oo metery -.'.. ......... . .. 0 J ]E00IA1EILI00|00Y I  World Premiere 00ACCUTRON* ? 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