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* Dec. 22, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE SEVEN I i Bearcats vs Sammam]sh r,,,AY ,EcE.B0000 Game Time- JV 6"30- Varsit 8 +m -- --------'- /. - " Chr;sf,a_nWomen One Boy Arr,.e A* l. . , c P,um, J J.c smG[ P ' Cancel December Meet Monroe General Hasp. OPTOMETRIST .... E.vm-gm, . / Or... ey ............ ""' , -,_ . . Only one infant, a boy, ,arrived NormweK ireederlb me. Mom'oes Urn tea .clrshan ,Wom- at Mouroe General Hospital last 111'/ .V.est __]n" , Proven and Qnality I M ON R O E ANN TROUT .INKS PERSONAL ITEMS I en nave canceller me grous De- week. i J l"ramld 4-5561 I [ Fall City ED 3-6114 I . camber executive meeting. Tne ex- He is William Dale Willford Jr, I M O N I TO R Socal Edaor, PYr d 4-25II SOCIAL NEWS & CLUBS  ecutive committee will meet Tues- .................... !,.,--,   *( day, January 24. amdn/ilfforCd I o7" saoofi'rs, w Hard to Sell? Not With a Monitor Want Ad ...... IIO" I I . Ie Il = ,L--- e ..... '------- n- The next general meeting will be weighed, in December 11 at 6 A Monitor Want Ad Is the Answer 1= Arrena KIp n. Laay =.ions meet, .nrns.rmas ,numc us day, JanmT 1. pounds, 153/, os. Sno Club Chrsstmas Hold Chr=stmas PaT H,ghlsght Of Research i .... . .,,__,_ ,. .... c__ Par'-" ----------------------------------------mmmmwwwwwwwwwwwwwww :)morgasDora 3unaay Election of officers and a rist- ,IUD I, PqGqmlDr Ty O -- -- A turkey smorgasbord dinner mRS p_arty was held ast Thursday A dessert Cluistmas party was I I  nl V A r _.  = evening my Laay IA,  ............ . Research Club O  v and Chmstnas party was enjoyed ^f Mrs Nel - Carlson Rt 2 with held by members of .affi n I,I nB I q I I IIAPI   _ i .,. by some 7 adults and children of ' ..... ' Tuesday, December 1, at the  ' hart Suare Dance Mrs. ttarold Boreson as co-hostess home of Ma's Maude Vhite 217S RRUPL (ebRPastnsSday aernoon The Newly elected officers re Mrs" Blakel;St " ' L H  N i  I [lnili I group me at the WIC Hall in Snl- Cliff Gillies, pres!dent; Mrs. A1 Mrs. Ruth Smith, vice president. O O tan. Skarberg, vlcepresldent; Mrs. Bore- wasin charge of the afternoon . HOME OWNED and HOME OPERATED We ]FOOD MIX . mR I A The evening entertent in: ,. seLa; and Mrs. Wayne 'mtg;, Each memt.. gave. a  specialize in WELL KNOWN BRANDS at the In. .... ,_ i=mU I "Z chided square darming, singing or ....... . ...... . . . snor tam or reaamg on me urmv  " "''''" "--"" i"""Y = -, v I " Christmas carols, la visit of Santa During the business meeting fro- LPVVI==)/ rKIbl==h @ t M ON R O E ANN TROUT BLINKS PERSONAL I ITEMS M 0 N I T 0 R Social Editor. PYramid 4-2511 SOCIAL NEWS & CLUBS } Claus to the children and a gift exchange. Members report they are already making plans for next yem"s party. Mr. and rs. Charlie VCarga, Mr. and Mrs. Les McConvillie and Mr. vJd Mrs. Joe Nikolaisen and children,' all of Seattle, were guests at the party as wgs Miss Karen Skarberg of Monroe. at plmns wre made for helping a needy family and for giving away the bicycle Row on display at Mow roe Bowl on December 23. Th social hour enjoyed by Mrs. Bob Warner, Mrs. Ralph Gibson, Mrs. Paul Bennett, Mrs. Gillies, Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Boreson, Mrs. Dick Searle, Mrs. Kern, Mrs. Don West, S. Burt Main, Mrs. Bob Blnstor and Mrs. Tom Gable in- cluded la Chritm"as gift exchange. Hold Chr,stmas Dance Guests Tom Everett s Rustling Dees, vnd students WhiEybirds, By Archie Faossett Many high fliers make a erah landing. If you lmve two wives, that's bigamy; if you have one that is monotony. from the Hoe Down Raiders Square Dance Class eed he Hoe Down lader's Square Dance Club Christ- mas dance last Friday evening at the French Creek Grange. Doris Mitelm was in charge of the musical program which includ- mas theme. Dtwing the short business meet- ing ,the club slated iL next meet- ing for Tuesday, January 10, at 1:00 p.m. at .the home of Mrs. Wal- ter Wilson, 310 Power St. Mrs. Karry Bayly will be program Eead- er showing "Selected Color Pic- ures." . Members latteding the Christ- mrs party m addition o the host- ass and Mrs. Smith were Miss Flor- 'ece Allyn, Mrs. Chester B,tes, Mrs. Florence Streeter, Mrs. Louise Webb, Miss Blanche Shmmahan, Mrs. Harry Bayly, Mrs. Charles  Woosley, Mrs. Jean Tucker, Mrs. William Stevens. Santa Claus Hasn't Forgotten Monroe San Claus hasn't forgotten Man- .L roe this Christmas season accord- ing to Mayor Robert If. Follis. The mayor wotfld like to hear PY 4-2461 (Parking In Rear) Monroe Del Monte -- At The Budget Price Qt Tin Pineapple Grapefruit 5/*1 Whole or Cranberry Sauce 16-oz Tin Standby Cranberries 5/,1 o0 o, FRESH Suffmist  Mix'em Up Clams and Oysters PINEAPPLE Hillsdale Sliced  Re 9. 8-oz.  A Larry's Reg. 8-oz. 3/,100 o For A Delicious Cherry Pie Reg. VICTOR MEDIUM SHRIMP Ige. 49c * Stokelys Sour Cherries 4/'1 :o,.o.,,.,,s,, .oz.,o SURFMIST SMOKEB OYSTERS SNOW MIST CRAB Enriched In Cubes -- The Favorite Lhs. Holiday Margarine 5/'1 O $ O + AT IRVING'S ,MARKET . @ e e 6 e *in 29c reg. tin 69c Picking good seed corn is a heap ed Owistmas carols and accordan from persons in the community 9 O easier'n picking-g0od seed people, n, umbers, who are in need or know of others i LIBBY'S PITTED OLIVES re. fin 29c @ Crossing bridges 'fore you come The eft tables de- in need of food or financial assist- . . were. ance for a Merry Christmas and 14 o to them is bd business. DEL" MONTE TINY DILLS coted m the Chrzstmas motif by .. ,,,,,, v,m- ui ma.. be  d h - Z.  9C O Soloman was rig, "a live dog Iel Ans and Doris Michell '-,,e', ..... "1F11" P'Yrid 4-4066 ' reached by ca g is better than a dead lion". 1 Mter poe Suck the group exchang v=tu uy camng rz,m, .... I " rI.r DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL J6-oz. 23 == It is better to be ,burned a litt e ts ' than to b Ol'Lly alf cooked, gf " I--.lD TT|[y EARLY LPN ' -- r  - IIk V  a w  --"  ---.i The club danOes the first ,and ............ l , -  You better build yourself a shan- third Friday of each mouth from I OLSON NURSING I -- ! ID||IT  I/r,JgAl|lg 1 --  ---= :+ _ r, there's a rainy day coming. 8-00 pm to 12"00 am at" the I ,sa I * / ""'--"-- "- =,=.v.ur,.,..,,, i i AIIPPil IilUP I A I .... I "-" I " A n00l Many big shots turn out to 'be French Creek Grange aly small potatoes. " Wash. State Health Dept. qUeeR RRRC A la of folks who used to sit on  License No. 145, mass S TEXAS PINK GRAPEFRUIT ............ 4 for 25c ,tAA. I ram- - I 233 S. Madison, Monroe I ownnescooling'are sittingtheir inheels.the ante-ream finding, a soft. joh. I ._I O FANCY LARGE AVOCADOS ........ 2for , lunUuuLn-: 4RI Ill I o LherBe]]y'achmg is catching' it makeSfolks sick +. -i $ " lCHER.RIES q =-111" GeUng ready to die helps a lot M E E T Y O U R F R i E N D S CRISP GREEN CELERY ................ stalk 1Sc . [ folks to five better., at the I HUBBARD'CUT SQUASH pound 4c J AmtLarry s --- Lge. Box /  i That golden egg wasn t laid by a I"* . I "'[ ......... '+ ..... SYCAMORE TAVERN I" I G00D Being a groumt hog makes some .be.ating.all.ghtforabear I: I C00KI,00 00IUSil s n,,l: ut ot for a wtchdog. STARTUP NALLEY' * A 'bad egg oRen looks good on FOR THE HAPPY HOUR m outside. Tlmt old .roeste in the hen house urlIT 't the only one that crows too Saurdays -- 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. I / .qPHfl.q / I I mi:gi , --d ml I on. :   V I V IP'V [ m++++, _: .... . ...... . [ ,. or'. -- ,-+. ,o, I I I HINCE ml .--ll,. I * ae-horse business. Did you n2ce all the peple com" I EFFICIENT & CAREF UL! I ;  ' ' I AtLarrv's-Lqe Z4-oz  / J = ,g down the ladder of su.css? [ ,  ' -- U -- -- , ----- 1.- I -- ,titude'Ckontheyeuldetsananemgnli M NATIONWIDE >, iI - r-  oing on the rocks isn't loss, OVING "SERVICE IM'l lilLlg  I I .... "-_-=I-- II--_I.--JL R. I .iendsmt is are.When you find who your I L i Irl/Inu  riP| PLANTERS COCKTAIL NUTS 35c The trouble is hen your goose i SERVING THESKYKOMISHVALLEYJJ [ IIIIil O Ill&iilflV& .. - ;cooked you can't eaotllt s oon in I FOR THE PAST 40 YEARS  i , THERE IS N'UBS2TI2J2 FOR QU/klXrY ] PLANTERS PEANUT OIL ' ; our moth iS 110 sign yOU will al- I SNOHOMISH AUTO FREIGHT I , ,ays have plesty .to eat.  Top Quality Feed Lot Steer Beef I ____ :OLATE DROPS __F9,._ The old gray man is not what he / sed to be, many long cheers ago. , Phones  Monroe, PY 4-3311 Snohomish LO 8-2131 ! better check Up O11 yourself ; eforeYU you shout amen. '.  ..... ,,O, -'; " SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 79fl ASSTD. CHRISTMAS CANDLES 2-lbs. 4 :iiiii:: ::::i i ::i::ii::i .......... :::::iii,!!!!i!::!!::i!ii!;iii::i::;iiiiiii!iJ: :i:: ::i I  Uncle Zeke says, "Folks what's i Giant 46-0z. Tin 9 x) poor to paint are mostly too !l oud to +.wash ' ;iC:: -" ....... I HI COUNTRY APPLE JUICE 35= You better keep on smiling wheth- I ';;*: :::"'  ' .............  '  ' i Pound r you like it or not. :ii ii:: + . jq / ,, :,L . rSe,whenthere Syou haven toUSepayhaVingfor :anight'dead CUBE STEAK lb. 98  .,  :oo,,, ASSORTMENT 49, Z Sinew Free  Steer Beef i " rares bont R. '!i' IINALLEY S JAI i The piraiba catfish in the Ama- )n grows to at least ten feet in mgth, and has been known to drag Good And Choice Veal " mnoutofcanoes.--SportsMield. : VEAL CHOPS Ik 69'IIFRESH 4BU:I: U. S. postage stamps were first laced on sale July l, 1847. IIMnYONNAlSE ! Local Crown Fresh Dressed ' Merry e ,.___,.__..,uru. , ,=,, I ,, Larrys-Full Quart II F I 2 CHRISTMAS , :+ .:'[: noastiHgbnibacna lib qU I . ',; '. " I ,,. "LUTE-FISK lb. 25  rKuttn tuuus 0000, 4,1 ''"''"'"` ................ "+.-'- ; , A aood H Ho soent CEDARGREEN BROCCOU SPEARS 29 i E R I C '" LUNOH HEATS Ib + . . . # ' . .... ., _()' I DARIGOLD ICE CREAM ................ qh 4So  and best wishes for health ha ss m . " i , .0 !: .... PP .  and success, in the year ahead. It' has been , t - ." IlUin I@ol u0uCtAss ...... - """"" " E areal pleasure serving you :..thank you, B NEED A SPECIAL CUT FOR THE HOLIDAY? I I   ,+ ,+ +/'=  I , ,_ .. uurrc[ l . ,   .= WE HAVE THEM. CUSTOM CUTTTING ,sll . / I "_ Sh .. s, - ,,. _. . Barber.__op .o== ,.4-22n 2 OUR BUSINESS. ,ullb" Tin 69 2 15s. I I Mome Shoppmg Center . ... ........... .. i ..... I I - OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 eooooooooooooooooooooe "q ty, there's  rainy day coming. only small potatoes. thrones ,are sitting in the ante-room now cooling their heels. other folks sick too. of folks to 'live better. wild goose. folks miss a lot of sunshine. but not for a watchdog. the outside. isn't the only one that crows too soon. one-horse business. ing down the ladder of sueeess? I reckon they couldn't stand the high altitude that is when you find who your friends are. is eooked you ean't eat it. your mouth is no sign you will al- ways have plewty .to eat. used to be, many long cheers ago. before you shout amen. too poor to paint are mostly too proud to vhitwash. er you like it or not. horse, there's no use having night- mares about it. zon grows to t least ten feet in length, and has been known to drag men out of canoes.--Sports Mield. placed on sale July 1, 1847.