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January 11, 1973     Monroe Historical Society
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A SHINY HUBCAP provided an icy view of Monroe's Main Street this weekfollow- ing the season't second blanket of snow. Cold weather and chilly winds have com.- bined to keep the hazardous driving condi- tions around for awhile. --Staff Photo 32 Families Aid Some 32 families in the Monroe area were provided baskets of food and/or children's presents during the Christmas holiday as a result of a commtmity-wide effort, Mrs. Greta Neal, Christmas Basket Bureau area coordinator, said. A wide variety of groups and organizations helped to make this year's program an overwhelming success, she said. A canned food drive at Monroe's three elementary schools, plus money donated by district employees and secondary students provided 10 families with baskets. The food drive at First Mutual Savings Bank helped another family. d Durin Basket Drive Several churches helped another 10 families. They were: the Meth- odist, Congregational, Christian Re- formed, St. Mary's Catholic, Peace Lutheran and Maltby Congrega- tional. Service and Fraternal organiza- tions filling an additional five bas- kets were: Monroe Lions, Monroe Eagles and the American Legion. Four other baskets were supplied by two card clubs, a 4-H group and the Washington State Patrol. The Community Chest helped two families. The efforts of all these groups were greatly appreciated and help- ed make a happier Christmas for some families Mrs. Neal said. January 11, 1973, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Page Three Unemployments Checks Now Issued B/weekly An unprecedented withholding of Federal Funds earmarked for the administration of the state's un- employment compensation program will necessitate changing operations in local Employment Security offices from a weekly to a biweekly claims schedule R. W. Hutt, Acting Cam- missioner of the department an- nounced. ' 'Because of the Impact of Federal laws reinstating the extendedbene- fit program, the level of unemploy- ment claims had qualified this state for special administrative funding. But withhhlding of these funds has resulted in reduced local office staff and the new claims schedule," Huff said. Claimants should report every other week and claimbeneftts for the past two weeks. As a result re- cipients will no longer receive checks weekly. The loss of funds means $02 fewer staff positions for the first quarter of 1973 and 120 for the second quar- ter. Graveside services were held last Tues- day for Anna G. Marty under the direction of Purdy and Kerr C hap el. Mrs. Marty, 78, of Route 1, Monroe, died January 5 in a local hospital. She was born May 28, 1893, in Germany, and had been a resident of the Mon- roe area since 1942. She leaves t w o daughters, Mrs. Clar- ence (Madeleine) Ray of Monroe and Mrs. Arvid (Doris) Kraft of MarysvUle; a son, Donald of American Lake; five grand- children and three great grandchildren. CARPETS CLEANED In your home or place of business by Van Schrader dw-foammethod. No fuss * No muss No odor Call leday tar free estimate. Vail ey Carpet & Upholstery Cleaners 793-5581 APPLY NOW We Train Men to Work As LIVESTOCK BUYERS If you have some livestock experience we will train you to buy cattle, sheep and hogs. For a local interview, write today with your background. Include your complete ad- dress and phone number. CATTLE BUYERS, INC. 4420 Madison Kansas City, Me. 641 I l ~r-,,,,,~lF (',,ttl, ,,~,g J,;,~,a~rl, ~,tJ,r, 1-LB. Cubes or Print 3-LB. Can I IIII IIII III II Salad ang II I DINTY MOORE 12 oz. Tin NALLEY'S 15 oz. Tins SUNSWEET Quart iii i SUNSHINE I-lb. Box THEM TNE Card Of Thanks OUR HEARTFELT THANKS TO ALL who extended comforting sympathy in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful cards, and other ktndnesses, we are deeply grate- ful. The Family of John Keck 52-1tp Card Of Thanks We wish to give our sincere thanks to all who gave their kind- ness and sympathy and help in our recent sor- row, for the beautiful flowers, memorials, sympathy cards, food donations and other kindnesses. Special thanks goes to Rev. Wally Lanchester and Rev. and Mrs. Fred Marley. We are deeply grate- ful. Mrs. Elsie Ward Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ward and Famtly Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webster Mr. Ted Ward and F amtly Mr. John P. Ward Jr. 51 -ltp W Invest In ur Community IAVERSI..BORROWERS...HOME BUILDERS.NEW CAR BUYERS...1 e service all kinds of people here with special accounts geared to their particular needs. Whatever your banking needs you II find them filled at the Wide Awake Bank BANK OF EVERETT ~EMatR Fo,c 503 E. Main Monroe 794-76}t 126-2 ply Rolls Cube or Dinner FRISKIES 10 lb. Sack Dish CASCADE 3~ OZ. Box Tender Knit lb. Mix or Match Chip Beef- orned Beef pkg by Scoff Good Size Texas Pink / Grapefruit / DELIVERY SERVICE, PHONE: 794-8404 U.S.D.A. imp. B, F resh - Med ium We Specialize In Custom Cutting Large Size NAVEL ORANGES by the carton $3.98 71bs. Garbage Bags HEFTY pkg 30 Royal Detergent TREND 22 oz. Bottle Pork from the Land-O -Corn Fresh Blade Ib Hormel - All Meat Sandwich SI iced