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:Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Jan. 27, 1972 f~~~~~~~~~~HH~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~iH~i~~~g~~~i~~H~i~~~~~n~H~~H~~~~~~~~~ ,| "=- News From Sky === The Ja~uary 27 meet- in the parking lot be- li = ing of the Echoing hind Our Saviours Lu- = -=- Pines Mothers of theran Church, 215 Twins Club, will be Mukilteo Blvd. Weath- = ,mmmmmmmmmmmm,mmmmmmmmmnmmmmm By MJckie Henry 677-2219 vmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmnmMi held at 7:30 p.m. in er permitting. the white house located All mothers or The P.T.A. sponsored ski lessons are now in Lila Fowler, also of Baring, is in the hospital progress with the bus leaving the school at in Monroe ..... Walter McDonald hopes to have 4 p.m. on Sundays .... Less favorable school Mabel out of the hospital soon. She suffered news is that Sky lost their basketball game with a light stroke. :.We hear Joan O'Reil}y was in a Seattle hospital briefly following an asthma attack...Helen Korslund and Art Henry are two who have taken bad spills on the icy walkways. k ~ r ~ c-k Nooks and crannies: Polly and Marie Alejo spent a few days in Seattle with friends who gave them some choice crab and smoked salmon to take home...Randy Bertrand was accepted as the Foreman for the heliport planned to accom- modate Forest Service helicopters in the area... Myrtle Gustavson spent a few days in Olympia with daughter Pare and fami~ly...Bob Bishop and a friend paid a sur.c;se visit to the folks, Rena and Bud, only to find they were in Bellingham for the weekend. Bob is attending Eastern Washington State College...Doug Gibson, attending Western Washington State College, wa: Watson-Groen on the latter's home court Friday night by a score of 107 to 68. The little team needs our support now more than ever so turn out for the gamesJ Mr. Edward McGrath and Mrs. Audrey Hedeen were united in marriage Saturday, January 15 in Lynnwood. The newlyweds will make their home in Edmonds. AI Korslund's daughter, Peggy Joann Ellis From San Francisco, spent a week with Helen and AI recently. Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. AI Korslund, Jr. and family were guests at the Korslunds as were Mr. and Mrs. AI Kesling, Al's former engineering boss. "k "k "k "k ~ "k The birthday party given Sunday, January 16 home for the weekend...A group of local business people attended a. meeting at the Dutch Cup in Sultan to protest poor publicity about Steven's Pass and also pass closures...Mary and ale Olsen are vacationing this week in Sun Valley. k -k -k "k "k 'k Pete sez he doesn't know why people are by the ladies pool team and other friends for Laverne Williams was a well-kept secret and the honored guest was really surprised. The party was held at the Whistling Post. k "k "k "k "k -k Judy Bullock, granddaughter, and Ralph Bul- lock, great grandson, were guests of the Art Beans on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. always saying "The rain came down in buckets". ****** Why, if it did, he says, it would ruin the Funeral services were held for Andrew Rohde, hoods on cars, break ladies umbrellas and hit 64, of Everett who died Jan. 19 in a local cats on the head and everything. And if it hospital following a brief illness. He was a rained pitchforks you'd be nailed down by the former Skykomlsh resident employed by the coattails and couldn't even make a run for it! Great Northern Railroad for many years. He leaves his wife Florence, one daughter, Mrs. Allan (Patricia) Roesler of Idaho; two sisters, Mrs. Edessa Carter of Everett and Mrs. Iver Jansen of Leavenworth. " "k "k'k "k "k Joe Gibson is still in the hospital in Everett after being t',ken by ambulance on Tuesday, January 18. Joe was having difficulty breathing ...Mrs. Blanche Balkwell and Joe Kashnlck of Baring are both in Everett hospitals while Mrs. Monroe Public School... Jan. 31 - Feb. 4 Menu Monday: Vegetable Beef Stew, Pickle Slice, Hot Roll and Butter, Chocolate Pudding, Milk. Tuesday: Meat and Gravy on Whipped .Potatoes, Buttered Carrots, Bread and Butter, Fudgles, Milk. Wednesday: Chili, Carrot Sticks, Hot Roll and Butter, Applesauce Cookie, Milk. Thursday: Turkey Gravy on Whipped Potatoes, Green Beans, Bread and Butter, Plum Cobbler, Milk. Friday: Macaroni and Cheese, Buttered Spinach, Egg Salad Sandwich, Goofy Cake, Milk. Velma Wolfe Honored " John West, a former manager here .,nd now ....... with~: Safeway in Auburn, and Mel Schank of Everett, head of the meat department here at one time. Other old friends came From Seattle, Bellingham and Everett. Mrs. Wolfe is enjoying the use of a camera presented to her by the group. Sixty friends, former and" fellow employees attended a retirement banquet for Velma (Mrs. Norm) Wolfe of Route 2 when she retired after 30 years' nearly continuous employment at the Monroe Safeway Store. Mrs. Wolfe, a checker, began at Safeway in 1942, quit a few times and then came back. Among those attending the party for her were Tualco 4-H Club Meets The Tualco Valley 4-H club held a meet- ing Saturday, January 22. Mrs. Daneen Doyle from the Monroe Con- valescent Center was a guest speaker. The club adopted Kathy Hougen as its grand- mother. The next meeting is scheduled for February 5, at the home of Mrs Elmer Frohnlng. Mothers Of Twins Meeting Planned guardians of multiple births are welcome to attend. For further in- formation contact Mrs. Daniel Gill, 568- 2455. Women Voters To Discuss U.S. Congress Snohomtsh County League of Women Vot- ers will continue its study of the U.S. Con- gress at a meeting to- =tight, Thursday. The Congress study involves discussion of Congressional struct- tires and procedures and Its ensuing ac- oountabtltty, , effect- iveness and respons- iveness. Among the topics are the senior- ~system, the method committee assign- ment, the powers of ~ommittee chairmen, and the powers of the conference commit- tee. The meeting will/be held at the home of Mrs. Herbert Shippen, 1022 Euclid, Edmonds, beginning at 8 p.m. For further inform- ation contact Mrs. Lee Hopkins, 794-8329.. Ist Annual No Occasion On Choice Quality Stuff - - - - Not Seconds 'Leather Coats *********-.~*:*From $29.95 Sweaters *************'Jr*** From Shirts ********************* From Pants *********************** Crew Neck Shirts **********From Light Weight Jackets ,*******From Leather Belts *************From $6.95 $4.95 $3.95 $3.95 $8.95 $2.00 HOURS: 9:30 - 5:30 Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 6:30 Fri. CLOTHES FOR HEN I I tEARIHG AID REPAIRS On the spot repairs on all makes and modcb.: reas~z0dl~le prices. Free Estimates --, SONOTONE IS00 Hewitti~e., Everett, Wask. Phone 252.$162 MONTH END CLOSEOUT SALE ON APPLIANCES KITCHEN AID TO pr Loading Portable DISHWASHER ELECTRA MODEL KDC-5--A KitchenAid portable dishwasher for the economy minded. Just push the action indicator for Full Cycle washing and drying. Features in- clude big silverware basket, beau- tiful laminated top and optional rinse agent dispenser. Electra avail- able in edged colonialtone or white. Close ~out Price HOTPOINT 21 Foot Harvest Gold REFRIGERATOR- FREEZ NO-FROST SIDE-BY-SIDE WITH OPTIONAL AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER Close out Prke s4999s (as 'is) HOTPOINT DELUXE DISHWASHER Close out Special s2299s Deve rs Furniture ' Tuesday~ thru Free Delivery. Free Parking Saturday 9:00 to 5:30