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Scores Of Cubs Receive Awards Catching up on activities and awards were welcomed by James Hudson, scoutmaster. members of Cub Scout Pack 27 who met January Graduated into Troop 38 sponsored by the 18 after their December meeting was cancelled Church of Latter Day Saints was Larry Aney. because of inclement weather. He was welcomed in a special candle light The flag salute was given by Den 4, under ceremony by Chet Launsberry, scoutmaster. the direction of Mrs. Phillip Aney, den mother, Announced as top winners in the fall bottle and a Christmas skit, "Twas the night Before drive were Jeff McDowell, first; Bruce Ham- Christmas", was performed by Den 7 under mond, second, and Dennis Meske, third. Recog- the direction of Mrs. Lynn Olltvier. ntzed for their work and presented pen and Awards were given to: pencil sets were Jim Neal, George Neal, Steve Jim Koll, Steve Kast, Steve Aurdal, Robert Maxwell, Randy Crowell, Danny Thompson, Bobby Ollivier, John Breckenrtdge and Steve Hensley, Atklnson, Danny Helm and Arnold Carter. wolf rank and bear book; John Shields, bear rank Den mothers receiving service recognition and Webelos book; Steve Kast, one golden arrow were the Mesdames Arnold Carter, one year and six silver; Earl Gilreath, one golden; Terry star; Phtlllp Aney, den mother's pin; Robert Gtlreath, two silver; Steve Hensley, one golden Atkinson, den mother's pin and Ron Washburne and one silver and Don Setzer, one golden; and Jack Hensley, thank you cards. Danny Thompson, one year perfect attendance National Commissioner awards were present- pin; Mike Sofie, Dennis Meske, John Shields and ed to 31 boys and 15 leaders who met the qual- Frank Washburne, denner bars; Danny Easterly, iflcations for the 1967 year. Randy Crowell, Earl Gtlreath and Jeff McDowell, Boys not already mentioned who received the assistant denner bars; Jeff Armstrong, Danny awards were Craig Smith, Tim Schirman, David Helm, Wally Gilreath, Frank Washburne, Jeff York, Jay Fankhauser, Kieth Matlock, Roy Dick- McDowell, Bruce Hammond, David Bengston and meyer, Barry Smith, Ted Sherman and Marvin Arnold Carter, science activity badges from Sheets. Webelos. Receiving recognition badges were 15 leaders Welcomed into the pack and receiving their who qualified for the award because the pack bobcat pins and wolf books were Terry Johnson, as a whole qualified at least 50 per cent of the Mark Feyder, and Steve Aney. Wally Gilreath boys for the National Commissioner awards. received his arrow of light from Webelos and They were the Mesdames Marty Price, Jerry was welcomed into Troop 70 Boy Scouts by Neal, RonSchirman, Jack Hensley, Ted Sherman, Larry Smith, assistant scoutmaster. The troop Rob Aurdal, Lynn Olltvier, Arnold Carter, James is sponsored by the Monroe Congregational Sheets,. Ron Washburne, Larry Whitfleld, and Church. Lloyd Helm. Men leaders were Ted Sherman, Bruce Hammond was graduated into Troop 33, Gerald Ramey and Lloyd Helm. sponsored by St. Mary's Catholic Church and Jan. 25,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Five i!: Basketball Games! Jan. 27 - MONROE - STANWOOD at Snohomish Angel o39 59 Discount At larry's 69 LBS. Sy ru p Lumberjack reg. 43 35 Nalleys San. Spread fu,, .to 69 Maxwell House Discount At Larry's .m Coffee . $1.98 Lettuce Large Roma,ne each  fl Standby u,h=..,., 33 Grapefruit Large ,o,-J."lll Mount e oo, oo a''' 10/98 Radishes Gr-Onions 3 Bu.--'m T I. =:=== Dove G,antLiquid reg. 69 49 :Ban-quetl 39 Pine-Apple D.el MonteGr.,,t,6oz 4/$1 Clorox Half-Gallon 29 Pine-Apple::a, ,,oz.4/$1 Alum. Foil nooo,a reg. 25 Hunts ., Co,, ,,.. 4/$ ! Nabiscoo,,ocoo,,o.,,. 49 Del Monte Com 303 4/$1 ___ Cheese 69 CUSTOM CUTTING IS OUR SPECIALTY. Save At Larry's SIRLOIN U.S.DoA. Prime Steer Steak Full Cut LB. 88 SLICED ALWAYS GOOD - Breakfast Bacon B acon ! ,_ c., ,__o ,: 49 BEEF ALWAYS POPULAR - Always Good , Sausage u, ,.  ,s. $1 CORNED BAR-S This is the Season for itl Beef Cry-o-vat LB. 78- Johnsons Spray Jubilee 89 Yeast F leischmanns 3/17 Fancy ,,, Preserves 4 VARIETIES WELCOME TO TROOP 70 Larry Smith, assistant scoutmaster, says to Wally Gil- reath, who, with a number of other boys advanced from Cubs to Scouts in ceremon- ies last week. Seated to the rear is Resident Passes The death of a Mon- sons, Floyd of Lewis- Wally's mother, Mrs. Walt Gilreath and continuing left are Walt Gilreath and Lloyd Helm who is in full regalia as scoutmaster of Cub Pack 27.--Staff Photo by Shirley Hammerquist Matrons Meet Mrs. H. A. Dennis was Lunch Menu. roe resident, Mrs. Car- ton, Idaho, Donald of hostess and Mrs. Leon- rie Clontnger, 82, co- Long Beach, California ard Meldahl co-hostess JAN 29 - FEB 2 cuffed in Valley Gen- Dwatn of Snohomish and when members of the eral Hospital January Albert of Spokane, two Past Matrons Club of MONDAY: Spaghetti 21 with services held daughters, Marie Lam- Order of Eastern Star with Meat Casserole, here Tuesday afternoon, bertson of Yakima and met January 12. Hot Bread, Garlic But- Mrs. Clontnger was Eva Mlgnot of Route After refreshments ter, Buttered Peas, born October 3, 1885 2, Snohomtsh; 16 were served a short Fudge Squares, Milk in Riverton, Nebraska. grandchildren and 21 business :meeting was' TUESDAY: Beef Short- She moved to Monroe great-grandchildren, held and the remainder cake, Brown Gravy, in 1956, and was a Services were held in of the evening was spent Buttered Corn, Bread member of the Tualco the chapel of Purdy & playing canasta. As a and Butter, Fruit Thursday Club and Kerr Funeral Home with new feature prizes were Gelatin, Whipped Cream the Monroe Community interment taking place awarded to players with Milk Church. in Bozeman, Montana. the four lowest scores WEDNESDAY: Home Survivors are four as well as the highest, made Chili, Soda Crack- Attending were the ers, Apple Slices, Hot -. Mesdames Clifford Rolls, Peanut Butter Roben, Guy Streeter, Cookies, Milk Les Brady, Sheridan THURSDAY: Chicken Okerlund, Ernest and Noodles, Cabbage Rtghettt, Donald Smith Carrot Salad, Bread Percy Dyer, Walter and Butter, Pumpkin Wilson, Roy Wiley and Pie Squares, Milk Virgil Saum. FRIDAY: Tuna Noodle Bake, Buttered Green , - Beans, Bread and But- :')ONrl ":FC]IGET .- .:  :h ter, Chocolate Pudding "; ; Milk, Orange Juice. " yls.:: ThOgsda I J /I - " I  , : The Herne family amourger lle would like to express / : ./ . r * ' their thanks to the em- J" 'r 1, ployees of the Valley /. :: i other wonderful people  ! ! I .:.: ' for their kind expres- I !i$  sions of sympathy for I, :::: ...... our late husband and J '"%:: ............. , ........ !!!!!!!""J:" i father, Donald L. I% #.,l ......././'r  I ' H erne. ]iVlllage r e- n: Sarah Herne and I,.-  daughters L. .... , .......... , 1-1to M0n0 Mine, Inc., 20 % OFF Is developing what promises on . White Oil Paints V arn ish es -^ ed iu ms See Our Wit ,:/ow Display! Monroe Monltor 13 W. Main Monroe to be a large, profitable copper mine. If you would like to receive more infor- mation write to Joe Cashman, Geologist Mono Mine, Inc. P.O. Box 106 Index, Wash. 98256