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ri ! LOLA AND FRED WEISENBERGER paused from their vigorous work schedule for a few moments to look over their soon to be opened Sultan Serve-U Supermarket. The new facility will open its doors to valley customers at g a.m. January 17. --Staff Photo Su nu Doors will swing open for business at the new Sultan Serve-U super- market on Highway 2 at 9 a.m. Jan- uary 17, manager-owners Fred and Lola Weisenberger announced. The 10,000 square foot building will carry a complete line of groceries, fresh produce, fresh cut meat and beverages at competitive prices. "We are home owned, employ local people and want to be known as a community store that the people can call their own," Weisenberger said. Among those employed at the new store are: JeanWyatt, Rena Tuggle, Barbara Sackman, Mary McCul- lough, Wanda Grose and Shirley Dun- lap as checkers; Ruth Reeves, box girl and Dave Meier, box boy. Wetsenberger said the store will have three check stands for quick convenient service and plans to add a fourth one in the future. The Wetsenberger's also extended their thanks to the community for their help, patience and encourage- ment during the planning and con- structton periods. Serve-U is a division of As- sociated Grocers, with head- quarters in Seattle. The Wetsenberger's plan a grand opening in the near future. Cutting Off Funds To Vietnam War In a telegram received by a group of Monroe citizens against the war on January 2, 1973, he said: I am pleased to hear of the concern in Monroe about Presi- dent Nixon's war policies in Southeast Asia. I supported the resolution adopted today by the House Democratic Caucus to urge a cutoff of public funds for the war. The latest sat- uration bombing of North Vietnam was ordered without any consultation with Congress or the public. Mr. Ntxon has yet to tell the nation the objective of this bombing. With your support, I will continue to vote for any reasonable legislative means to end this senseless war andbring our prisoners home. We have long fulfilled in lives and money any committment we have made to the government of South Vietnam. Sincerely, Lloyd Meeds Member of Congress We support Congressman Meeds in his efforts to cut off funds and urge Senators Jackson and Magnuson to exercise their power to help end the war. For information about what you can do call 794-8309 or 794-5567. Ruth A. Neubrech Kirk K. Cofer Dorthy R. Moberg Thomas H. Zylstra Gayle P..Parry Kenneth T. Cunntngham David A. Meeds Melvin R. Fenner John W. Roche William McCain Cathy McCain Meredith G. Cunntngham Joan Whisnant Phil Fenner Stgrtd C. Zylstra Patrtcta Jo Smith Joann McDonald Robert L. Dodge Randall Hughes Gregory Price David L. Meeds Joann Meeds Ron Thompson Wayne B. Whisnant Brian M. Ayers Ann G. Ayers Bill Smith 'Elizabeth W. Herston Thomas E. Herston Bill Herston Tim Ramey Nancy Ramey Lyman Herston Mtkael Mc Grath Marlene Budiselick Norine Johnson C arie Mathtson Russ Hanbey Jerry Guenser Gordon Sherling Jacqueltne A. Murray Diane B. Cheap Paid Ad I I January II, 1973, Monitor, Monroet WAr Page Seven Jn ' 'Browns mtth' ', a Northwest songwriting and singing group will present a con- cert at Monroe High School, today, Thurs- day at 12 noon. The concerts are designed to help raise money for school act- ivities, with all pro- ceeds being donated to the sponsoring school. The group is com- prised of Don Brown, lead singer and gut- tarist; Gary Smith, harmony and elec- tric and upright bass; David Jackson, piano and Craig Ostbo, per- cussion. Ostbo is from Marysvtlle. Flynn Elected Sky Fire Chief Don Flyrm was re- elcted volunteer chief for the Skykomtsh Fire Department during member elections held recently. Other officers elect- ed include: Barney Bertrand, assistant chief; Jim Vorder- brueggen, secretary- treasurer; Dave An- derson, first captain and Harvey Snyder, second captain. Lease A New For as little as you are now paying for that so-called economy car at- Poier OMs 568-4181 2nd & B Snohomish m e (regular prices) .Dresses . Sports Wear Lin erie ccessorles Good Selection of Sizes and Colors to Choose From ... Ladies' Apparel Other Locations: SNOHOMISH-Safeway Center EV E R E TT-I$14 Hewitt MARYSVILLE-B&M Center LYNNWOOD.Lynnwood Square Mt. Vernon- Mr. Vernon Mall In an effort to aid publicity chairmen of clubs and organizations submitting news releases, the MONITOR has prepared a News Story Fact Sheet for your conven- ience. This will be published from time to time and publicity chairmen should clip and save these until needed. , All social, church and club news should be submitted to the MONITOR by 5 p.m. every Friday. Publicity chairmen should submit news of coming events as well as follow-up stories. The mailing address is P.O. Box 399, Monroe, 98272 and the office is located at 113 West Main Street, phone 794.7116. Additional copies of the News Story Fact Sheet will be available at the MONITOR office and may be picked up at your convenience. News Story Fact Sheet Name of Organization: Type of event: Date: Time: Place: Purpo se: Reservations/Registration Required: Speaker or Program Topic: Is There a Charge: How Much: Other Information: Submitted by: Daytime Phone Number: Policy of the Monitor is to require a display ad in conjunction with a news for all making events.