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Jan. 25,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Three Jan. 27 A S K E T B A L L vs AT 8p.m. s,0000wooo Snohomish III III I I II I II I Illllll T Services Guild Sets Show On Former Held For Bob Poier Carr of meeting when details Seattle will demonstrate were completed for the and speak on the "Art flower show chairman- Charles Robert (Bob) of FlowerArrangtng"at ed by Mrs. Clarence Poier, 46, of Snohom- 8 p.m., Thursday, Mar- Bulge and Mrs. Ebar ash, well known to the ch 14, in the element- Swanson. Monroe community and cry school on Dickln- Show committees ap- active in bowling car- son Road in a project pointed were the Mes- cles, died at his home sponsored by the Val- dames Cliff Gillies January 18 following a ley General Hospital and Clarence Devers, brief illness. Guild. tickets; John Heichel, Mr. Poier was born in "Mrs. Carr is well William Rainwater, Snohomtsh on August 1, known in the Puget Bruce Stewart and 1921 where he lived all Sound area for her Richard Elmore, re- of his life except for creative artistry and freshments; Gene Max- that period spent in the public is promised am, Fred Collins, Alex Africa during World a most interesting and Zaremba, Percy Dyer, War II as a member of instructive evening in David Pesznecker and the U. S. Army. ways to arrange both John Meeske, hostess- fresh and artificial ms, and Peters, Roger A co-owner of Pater flowers," reported Maxwell, Swanson and Motors, Inc., in Sno- Mrs. Walter Bourdage Percy Cooley, hostess- homish, he held mem- berships in the Sno- guild publicity chair- es to the speaker. homlsh Fire Depart- man. Tickets to the In another project, melt, a position he event will become Mrs. Robert Koop is has held for the past available in early taking orders for a 15 years; the Gay Jones February. salad dressing mix that Mrs. Clarence Peters members are selling at Post No. 921, Veterans presided at the January a nominal cost. The of Foreign Wars; Earl mix is reported to be Wineheart Post No. 96 American Legion; Snohomish; sister Mrs. sufficient to make "two quarts of a de- Washington Athletic Charles J. (Arlein) ltcious dressing for Club; Everett Yacht Rapuzzi of Seattle; five salads." Club, and Everett nephews and a niece. Members are also Elks No. 479. Rosary was said Sun- busy compiling a book- He was a past presi- day at St. Michael&apos;s let of favorite cookie dent of the Snohomish Catholic Church in recipes with the County Automobile Snohomish and requiem Mesdames Cecil Kerr, Dealers Association and mass was celebrated on Bourdage, Bulge and a member of the Wash- Monday with the Rev. Ken SchUaty heading ington State Automobile Fr. Patrick O'Neil as that committee. Dealers Association. celebrant. Burial fol- Survivors are his wife, lowed in Snohomtsh. Kathryn; sons Charles The family suggests Washington has five Michael of Central that remembrances may species of salmon: the Washington State Col- be made to the Bob King or Chinook; Coho lege, Ellensburg, and Paler Memorial Schol- or Silver; Dog or Chum; Thomas Hall, at home; arshtp Fund in care of Pink or Humpback; and brother, Arthur B. of Snohomish High School. Red or Sockeye. I d Flower Arranging Valleyite Succumbs A former Valley res- ident, William H. Phel- ps, 59, of Bothell, died at his home January 13 with memorial services held Saturday in Bothell. Mr. Phelps was born in Oklahoma City, Okla- homa, June 6, 1908 and had lived in the Gold Bar area for a number .of years before moving to Bremerton in 1947. He had been a Bothell resident the past four years He was a railroad con- ductor for the U. S. Naval Ammo Depot at Bangor and was a mem- ber of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen of Tacoma. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Jessie Phelps, Bothell; 'a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Towne, Sacramento, California, two sons, William Phelps, Bothell and John Phelps, Sultan. Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs,!. Grace Kohler, GoldBar; i Mrs. Alvin Klein, Gold Bar, and Mrs. Ruth:::HIS VERY OWN to raise and breed is this Reamer, Seattle; a brother, Donald Phelps,:registered Holstein calf presented to Carl of Long Beach, Caltfor- Lehman by the Monroe Kiwanis Club as a nta; his mother, Mrs,. yearly endeavor to encourage members Anna Phelps, Gold Bars! and seven grandchild- ' of the Future Farmers of America. Carl, ren. : son of Carl Lehman of Park Place, will The Rev. Burton E. Swardstrom offtctatediiturn over an offspring of the calf in two at services ,:, years for presentation to another youth. O " ...... ............. Test ::L: :; .... , . : , , . .!'! !L: ' ': 7;!', ' , . :!: ,  , :,t,., ., ::esults Serving All ' Given of Snohomish County anci00l Statement DECEldlIER 31, 1967 /" ASSETS Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 3,275,522.10 First Mortgage Loans and Contracts .......... . ....... 36,8i4,330.46 Loans on Savings Accounts Investment Securities .............................. Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank * Real Estate Owned and in ,Judgment Office Bldg. and Equipment (Net) .... <. ' Deferred Charges and Other Assets TOTAL ASSETS "$ . I% . ":.':LC ,.. ll"" " .-,- , ::!\\; ,..- ' I : .'!"..':. .: .. .... k: ..... .,,, 1 '; " ." .%, 't; " ........'L .;;... %'&Qlir " ' "" I:l-t!IE$11 ill ,kwllillilll-'. ,,, :., .',lp." _%,...2 ,'. I05,871.96 1,315,473.05 283,600.00 $3,029.62 493,120.47 420,602.41 i ........................... I42,761,550.07 IN RYSVILLE ,,s: .......... : ,. LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH "X"','- :'.-... ,':.::. .:.\\; ', ..... .... '=-: -:" ' :':,1 i:, TJ\\; ............ :'"":=':"" . :'.t': ' .t-k;;-.:;: :.'::,':.:'.., ;" ., ':.:."-.,::'; . '..' .. .. ":',:::: 1." , c :. {.'-'7.'.'6 . ,- 'i '::. ! :!' it : ::::;:i .... ::-:.":7.',7;:".' ..-T -T'. -'. ..... / Savings Accounts ........................ : ..... '..$36,903,5,87.23 Loans in Process ......................... i ....... 2,416,$95.00 Other Liabilities .................. .i... i i ........ . 423,486.66 specific Reserves ................... ........... '. 32,054.27 General Reserves ...... . ..... .......... ........ .. 2,329,353.39 __ Undivlded'" Proflis and Surplus ...... ................ 656A73.52 oo00s ,,i i ........ . "'.::.,.:" . t'" I:{  .... :'' . .." '. ."." .. F,,  .... ::',"" :'>";iicJ {. .... " ." :l %:.,.,.+., .:l  . ".. ., .  ' .,, .,--- "'-. ...... : 3rX k:' .... r':-> ....... :.7. Ill ,: .,Im: .... ' FIRST FE ' ' ,,0 .... DERAL o:Av.., : ,=.-,,.---,..=-.,--_ .. ,,' AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ............. ". .....,..-:...-c'_':::.- " "" ,:'" ....... ..... ,,,,:,.... -:--------- ::" ""::,.*.;:-' ........ l & M Shopping Home Office Third & Mall 902 Second. IN EDMONDS ..... Center, MarysviKe  Evere Edmonds ,,,,,, Snohomisn Parents of the Mon- roe and Maltby students tn the fourth through sixth grades have re- ceived results of nat- ional achievement and aptitude tests their children were given last With Carl and his new calf are from left, Ewalt Schrag, past livestock chairman for Kiwanis; Ernest Fox, 1967 club president; Allan Borlin, FFA advisor, and Rod Hewitt, winner two year ago whose Holstein is the mother of Carl's calf.--Monitor Staff Photo fall, according to Greg Newgard, Central School guidance coun- selor. The aptitude or SCAT test was given to fourth graders only and the achievement or STEP test was given in certain areas at each grade level with the end result that each child will complete the entire battery of tests during the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. The bulletin sent to parents, with the score prepared by the Ed- ucational Testing Ser- vice, compared in- dividual results with those earned by stu- dents throughout the nation. Parents with questions Round oDuvall 788 -2444 The Northwest King County Historical Assoc- iation held open house at their Marymoor Mus- eum Sunday, January 21 from 1 to 5 p.m. Varied objects of historical value were ex- hibited. They were donated or loaned to the museum. The present association membership is about 30 but is expected to grow as interest increases and the museum enlarges. Sundays open house was a huge success as over 1000 people attended. Ralph Taylor and Don Funk were allotted a room for Duvall exhibits which included various articles of Written history, photographs, a pioneer cabinet made in the valley in 1873 and an early washing machine. There were many small items and some clothing. The ladies helping were dressed in pioneer apparel. Refreshments were served and the weather cooperated to make the first open house of the museum a real success. Mrs. H. P. Unnopulos, her daughter and son- in-law, the Earl Wttsons of Seattle dined with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Peerman this past weekend. Mrs. Unnopulos is living with her daughter since she moved from Duvall. The Women's Civic Club of Duvall will hold a white elephant sale on Thursday, February 1st at the library. Everyone welcome to come for coffee and dessert at 1 p.m. with the sale following. regarding interpretat- ****** ion of the tests are Mrs. Joe Martel and Mrs. Don Dempsey asked to contact New- spent a few days in Corvallis, Oregon visiting gard. with the Donald Martel family. rli00i&gG Mr. and Mrs. Alva Miller celebrated their anniversary and Alva's.birthday on Sunday. i O " King County Pamona Grange #13 met at Cherry * Valley Grange #287 Saturday. January 20th for: Wood Shakes a regular all day meeting. There were 57 in attendance. During the lecturer's program Lor- ! o WOod Shingles  raine Minshull sang three numbers. She was O . 0 accompanied by Joanne Benton. Donna Barth- o Asphalt Shlnglest olomew played two piano solos. I If you believe . . . . I 'Free Estimates ! L' There ..bstitute. INCOME TAX for onsclenhous service i . I i Call: LO8-5140 SERVICE lTerms Ava,lable i Before 9 a.m. All types. Open year ! , I KLASSY KLEANERS aro.nd. Hours: 8.-8. Rugs - Furniture AL9-4311. I H.  Park(w J Janltori ice Business Tax 5erv,ce, j BOX49 SuhtllB  I Walls- Smoke Damage 310 Commerce Bldg., Toll fee will be de- Comer Rockefeller and i.__....SY__. "03.ii ducted from invoice. Hewltt, Everett, Wash.