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January 27, 1972

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Pa~e Six, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Jan. 27, 1972 THE MONROE REFORMATORY Tigers aced the Stanwood City squad last Thursday night in Q hot shooting spree, 115-101. The benefit contest raised more than $600 for the Stanwood High School booster club. The money will go toward the purchase of a Universal Weight Set for the school. In the top photo, Wheeler dunks in two of his nights 28 point total. Next to Wheeler in the dark uniform is teammate Wright. In the photo at right, Hicks and Wright, #5, clear defensive backboard for a Tiger rebound. In the bottom photo Jones scores two of his 26 point total on a fast break. At left is Stevens, who tallied 17 for the evening. Staff Photos Sedro Tops Monroe In Foul F/lied Tilt Safe Boating Classes Set With a 96-82 loss to Sedro Woolley Fri- day night, the Monroe Bearcats slipped into second from last place in the Northwest AA League standings, with a 2-9 slate. It was a contest plagued with fouls, 48 in all, and Sedro took advantage by converting 32 extra points at the gift line. Monroe was whistled 27 times, while Sedro was cited for infractions, on 21 counts. However, Sedro Woolley tossed in 32 of 41 for 71 per cent, as Monroe hit 16 of 26 at the line for 61 per cent. The Bearcats outshot Sedro from the floor, but the foul line made the difference. Sedro led from beginning to end, holding a 48-40 half time edge, and then outscored the Bear- cats 28-16 in the third period. Dale Bunge of Monroe topped all scorers with 25. Randy Parker of Sedro Woolley tallied 22 and Doug Wood threw in 21 points. Other scorers from Monroe were: Gary Kolrud 13, Doug Elledge 7, John Trombley 17, Doug Kriegal 15, and Benedict 6. The next contest for Monroe is Friday, Jan- uary 28, when they travel to Anacortes. The Seahawks are currently tied for the league lead with Oak Harbor, with both teams support- ing 9-2 records. Monroe Girls Edge Stanwood Ball Team Monroe High School girls varsity, basketball team nipped Stanwood last Tuesday, January 1"8, by a 38-31 count. Both squads battled very closely throughout the contest, usually within four points of each other, uritil the Monroe girls walked off with the victory at the final buzzer. ....... !ii~i!iii! Leslie Minor and Ann Lowber teamed up to hold Stanwoods' high scorer, Sharon Cole, to five points. Meanwhile Kathy Atkinson, guard, pumped in 13 points to lead the Monroe scoring attack. Minor tallied 12 buckets. Teresa Kelly, Minor, and Lowber dominated the backboards, all three grabbing nine rebounds apiece. Thus far the girls have compiled a 5-2 record for the season, with one game remaining, that being today, Thursday, when they host Sultan. Others scoring in the Stanwood Contest were: Kelly, 6; Lowber, 4; Blomster, 2 and Parabek, 1. !!iii Marysville Slams Cats . ":.. :.... .~ ....... ...................... ;i~!ii~ . ....... : .................. Pi:~:.:: : ....................... ................. ~. :,+.. Snow .Removal Cost Is High At Stevens Pass Of the state's seven major mountain pass highways, Stevens Pass on U.S. 2, was the sec- ond most costly for snow- removal during fiscal year 1971, according to the State Highway De- partment. The cost for almost 28 miles plowed totaled $226,349 during the year The clearing of a 55-mile sh'etch of Interstate 90 on Snoqualmie Pass was the highest at $535,704 In total, the State .r,,, Highway Department f maintenance crews spent $1,300,067 for snow-re ~:.~ moral on the seven mouptj moval on the seven rfiountaln pass highways. Monroe High School wrestlers traveled to Marysville and returned with a 38-12 defeat. The loss dropped the Bearcats season mark to 3-4. Only three mat'men managed to out wrestle their opponents. They were: Wayne Steffen in the 107 weight class, Warren Parham, in the 140 division, and Stacey Griebb, at 157. 100, Lee Lienhard (MA), dec. Bob Mauro, 10-2; 107, Wayne Steffen (M), dec. Doug States, 15-2; 114, Mike Complien (MA), dec. Sarg Smith, 7-4; 121, Gary Baxter (MA), pinned Chuck Whitfield, :58 of the second round. 128, Ron Marr (MA), dec. Dan Martl, II-0; 134, Bruce Larson, (MA), dec. Tim Diers, 9-3; 140 Warren Parham (MA), dec. Dennis Lambert, 16-6; 147, Billy Grieves (MA), dec. Elson King, 17-0.~ 157, Stacey Grieb (MA), dec. Gary Crain, II-0; 169, Jeff Guddat (MA), dec. Dave Schruder, 3-0; 187, Dale Grlbble (MA), pinned Mik~ Wenz.el, :36 of the second round; Heavy weight, Tom Rowe (MA), pinned Sole Gelner, A free 12 week series of boating courses sponsored by the Everett U.S. Power Squadron. will be of- fered beginning Feb- ruary 3 at 7:30 p.m. The classes, to be held at Cascade High School in South Ever- ptt, are for boat owners, and non-boat owners alike, including sail, inboard or out- board skippers. Subjects to be covered include: safety afloat, seaman-' ship, aids to naviga- tion, charts and pi- loting, mariner's com- pass government regu- lations, rules of the road, and small boat handling. The United States 'Power Squadron is a non-profit boating educational organiza- tion. For further infor- mation, call 794-8750. New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Wilderman of Kirk- land, became parents of c baby boy on January 17, born atValley Gen- eral Hospital. The baby, named Joseph Stephen, weigh- ed 7 pounds, 14 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Bosse of Snohomish, became parents of a baby boy on January 21, born at Valley General Hospital. The baby, named ' Michael Herman, weigh- 1:15 of the first round, ed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. AEC Touring Show To Be Valley h Dire tory At Schools Churc c Both Sultan and Sky- komlsh High School I students will get a chance MON o ' " +~2'-~-~']~="-= to view an Atomic Energy R E SEVENTH'DAY ~ I~ "~:~d Commission traveling ADVENTIST CHURCH .~'~ ,~ [ ' ? Sabbath School 9:15a. m, ~ I~ I J| display on the peaceful Church, 11 a.m. II ~-.-']r~-~- ~--..~- uses of nuclear energy Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m Congressman Lloyd Meeds Welfare Center 10-3 Wed. announced. The display, "This Atomic World, " will ap- pear at 19 high schools in the Second Congres- sional District this spr- ing, Meeds said. Sultan students will see the display on February 17, and it will move to Skykomish on March I. T"EON LY,ssuE 0" FEB. 8 IS OUR :CHILDREN'S EDUCATION AND THE FUTURE OF THEIR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM VOTE YES ,- Paid For By-"Think Children Levy Committee '72" Bob Pollack & Boris Miller Co Chairman Monroe Community Chapel Lewis and McDougal Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11 Sunday Evening 7:30 Midweek Service 794-6713 Pastor Rinks ,I SULTAN BAPTIST Rev. Do Prescott, 7933901 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 6 p. m. Evening S~rvice, 7 p. m. SULTAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. J. Flascher, 793-7731 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, II a. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. Wed. Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. Episcopal Church Of Our Savior Sunday School, 10 a.m. Services, 11 a.m. Homer Smith, Vicar Monroe Church ~ Of The Nazarene Sunday School 9:45 Worship 11 a.m. - 7 p.m 322 W. Main 794-8059 SULTAN COMMUNITY METHODIST Rev. C. Lund, 793-5901 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. GOLD BAR OPEN BIBLE STANDARD H, Lindstrand, 334-3891 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m, Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. S TARTUP BAPTIST Pastor Ewert, 793-2042 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7 p. m.' Monroe First Baptist Church Sunday School 9:45 Morning Worship U:00 Evening Worship 7:00 Faith Center Assembly of God 794-8598 123 North Blakely St. Rev. Roy Anderson Sunday School 9:45 Worship U a.m. Tuesday - Prayer 7:30 p.m. Evening. 7:30 Midweek - Thurs. 7:30 BETHEL ASSEMBLY Corner of Columbia and Madison Streets Howard M. Gering, Pastor Sunday: Church School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship lh00 a.m. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. Thurs: Bible Class 7:00 p.m. Special Young People's Activities Scheduled