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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA, December 28, 1972 IT S A BIRD, ITSAPLANE, NO-- IT S A BASKETBALL. Monroe High School's varsity and junior varsity girl's basket- ball squads journied to Sultan for a pair of games and returned home as winners in both cases. Although both were close battles, the Monroe varsity won, 32-25 and the Jayvee gals won, 32-24. Kathy Atkinson and Ann Lowber led the Bear- cat varsity squad. Both girls teams travel to Oak Harbor tonight, Thursday with tip-off slated for 5:30 p.m. --Staff Photo May you enjoy the festivities and delights of this special time. We thank you for % your loyal support. Whitf ield Realty & Insurance '72 is, "out" and the Hew Year is "/n." Happy New Year/ Broughton Jewelry 106 E. Main. Monroe 794-7373 Fred & Rose Wheeler's Appliance 102 E. Main Monroe Men,s Basketball Adds New Twist-Play-offs A new twist has been added to the Monroe Town Basketball League this season -- playoffs. League president Jim Olson said the eight team league would be divid- ed into two divisions with each team playing a 10 game schedule. The two division teams emerging as champs would enter the playoffs to determine the final crown. The mens games are played on Wednesday evenings at the Mon- roe High School gym with tip-off at 7 p.m. The current season will resume January 10. Olson said ad- mission is free and the public is invited to attend. With three weeks of play current- ly completed Sultan Sporting Goods is riding tops in Division I ratings and the Bank of Everett owns the first spot in Division II. Both squads claim 3-0 slates. In action December 20. the Bank of Everett posted a 77-60 victory in Lake Stevens with Hammond netting 20 points to lead the bankers. Sultan Sporting Goods continued its perfect stretch with a 118-51 stomping over Eastern Meat. Brick- ert nailed 28 tallies to the score with Broughton adding another 24. Schwarzmtller collected 22 points for the meatpackers. Cory Prentice burned the hoop with 25 points to lead Trans Sales to a 106-48 trouncing of the Skins. Doug Elledge fired 23 for the Skins. The Faculty's Jim Klein, the leagues hottest scorer, stretched the net with 31 points, however the sizzling Boston Pizza House crew earned an 84-81 overtime triumph. Tom Gibson led the Pizza gang with 31 points, matchingKletns efforts. Monroe School District January 1 - 5 Lunch Menu Monday: HAPPY NEW YEAR! Tuesday: Beef Stew, Pickle Slice, Hot Bis- cuit and Butter. Goofy Cake, Milk. Wednesday: Chili, Crackers, F r e s h Apple, Hot Roll and Butter, Milk. Thursday: Meat and Gravy on Whipped Potatoes, G r e e n Beans, Bread and But- ter, Peach Cobbler, Morse's Variety W. Main 794-6336 GLASS I I Card Of Thanks INSTALLED-- (For Auto and Home) MONROE HARDWARE We wish to thank all our friends and rela- tives who helped make the observance of our Golden Wedding An- niversary such a suc- cess. Also thanks for the many cards and letters of congratula- tions. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oman 50-1tc Include The SILVER KING. CAFE Snohomish In Your Plans For New Years Eve Open 2pm Sunday, New Year's Eve 568-4589 Milk. Friday: Baked Sal- mon, Hash Brown Potatoes, Spinach, , Bread and Butter, Prune Cake, Milk. Welcome the new season with the warmth of old friendships and with hope for a shining tomorrow. Have Barn Good Milk The Red Barn Hill & Ferry Monroe 794-7829 Have a happy holiday, dear friends and neighbors. May 1973 bring to us aH a new era of peace and progress. MONROE HARDWARE o & SPORTING GOODS Monroe Shopping Center Monroe 794-8733 i i i