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eviews (From Page I) such as Spencer has proposed, the superintendent said. It would also Jeopardize the square foot requirements for an eventual school at that site as defined by state law. Spencer had presented the same proposal to the board several months ago which was also denied at that time. Susan Keaton was hired on a six month federally funded program to assist the school nurse. The board renewed Cottam's con- tract for an additional three years and Fran Olson was reappointed as board negotiator with the cer- tiffed staff. rticipate on Investments Snohomish County PUD is one of the more than 2,000 local publicly owned electric utilities in the Unlted States which together plan to invest nearly $2-billton in new capital In- vestments in electric plant during 1973 Pud Manager W.G. Hulbert, Jr. said recently. "The 1973 budgeted expenditures will set a new record for invest- ment for the Nation's local public power systems, up 17 per cent from the record $1.7-billion in capital in- vestments made during 1972," Hul- bert said. The new facilities will be added to a total electric plant es- timated at $12-billlon. Hulbert also serves as Vice- President of the American Public Power Association. Consumption of electricity by the 30-million Americans served by local public power systems is In- creasing about 7 per cent annually. The rate of increase in new plant investment is greater than the rate of load growth because of the need to replace older facilities and be- cause inflation has increased the cost of building new facilities he said. Largest proportionate increase expected in 1973 will be in engine leneratlon, with budgets project at 72-milllon, compared with $17- million invested during 1972. Lar- gest dollar amount increase is ex- pected to come in conventional over- head distribution, up from $82- million in 1972 to a budgeted $189- million in 1973. Traveling through the heart of the valleys and resting for a five day stop at Sultan will be the Wash- tngton State Artmobtle, sponsored by the Pierce County Intermediate School District. The Artmobtle is scheduled to be at Sultan High School from January 18 to 22. During school hours on January 18, 19 and 22 the Artmobtle will be reserved for students. The public will be able to tour the traveling show from 3 - 4 p.m. Januaryl8 and 19 and from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Jan- uary 20. The exhibit features 65 pieces of art conslsttng of paintings, sculp- ture and pottery. Titled, "Influences: Mirrored In Contemporary Art" selections are from 30 Northwest area artists. The exhibit is divided into three sections featuring three major ethnic groups, Black, Asian and Chicano. "The touring show not only pro- YOU CAN EARN P vtdes students throughout the state with an opportunity to see original art work, but also provides the gen- eral public with a similar ex- perience," Sultan Art Instructor Jim Armstrong said. Students from Monroe, Sultan and other valley school districts will have a chance to see the works. The exhibit is free and will be stationed at Sultan High School during the entire stay. Edith W. Gordon. 78, At her request no of Skykomlsh, died services were held. January 7 in a local Cremation was under hospital, the direction of the She leaves abrother, Purdy and Kerr Wallace Furman of Chapel. Black Diamond, Wash- tngton. A YEAR January 11, 1973, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Page Five CITY OF MONROE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Treasurer of the City of Monroe is calling for redemp- tion, Local Improvement Dis- trier #56 Bonds dated January 15, 1960 and maturing on January 15, 1977. If Bond #50 is presented at the office of the treasurer City of Monroe, Washington, on January 15, 1973, it will be redeemed. /s/ IvlARCELLA DAVIS Treasurer Published January 11, 1973 Miles of Smiles Let's go to Curley- Johnston Ford and see what they'll give us in trade for a new car. lroe 794-5200 OOO f MONROE SEVENTH-DAY J ADVENTIS T C HURC H Sabbath School 9:15 a.m. Church. 11 a.m. Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 l~ m Welfar..._...~ Cente......_~r 10-.....~3 Wed.__.. Monroe Church Monroe Of The Nazarene Community Chapel ISunday School 9:45 [Worship 11 a.m. - 7p.m Lewis and McDougal 322 W. Main 794-80 9 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service II GOLD BAR OPEN Sunday Evening 7:30 BIBLE STANDARD Midweek Service Rev. D. Murphy. 793-57r 794-6713 Pastor RInks Sunday Schools 9:45 a.m. Morning Worshipa ii a.m. Evening Sendce.6:30 p.m. Rev. F. Ewert. 793-2042 Wed.Bible Study.8 p.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.' Evening Service. 7 p.m. Wed. Bible Study, 7 p. m. SULTAN ASSEMBLY OF GoD Rev. J. Flascher, 793-7731 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. Wed. Bible Study, 7:30 p. m, Episcopal Church Holy Communion, 8 a.m. Church School. 9 a. m, Family Service, 10 a.m. Sunday Service, I0 a. m. Homer Smith, Vicar. 794-640,' BETHEL CHURCH 1405 West Main Street Rev. H. M. Geridg, 794-770E Sunday: Church School, 9:45 Morn. Worship ii, Evening 6 Wed: Family Night. 7 p.m. SULTAN COMMUNITY METHODIST REV. C. Lurid. 793-5901 Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning WonhiD. II a.m. SULTAN BAPTIST Rev. Iolm Sloan, 793-1541 Sunday School. ~.45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a. rn, Evening Scrvlc. 7 p. in. Monroe First Baptist Church Sunday School 9.45 Morning Worship :00 Evening Worship '/.00 Attend Church Faith ,enter n Assembly of God 794-898 [ 123 North Blakely St. Rev. Roy Anderson | Sunday Worship ll:00 a.m. & 7:00 u.m [ Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wed. 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