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Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA, March 6, 1975 r'Of interest to... Lutherans Set Annual Meeting The annual meeting of Peace Lutheran which may be brought Church of Monroe before the Church will be held on Sun- Council. day, March 9. There While many area will be a 10:30 er- churches are showing vice wb!cl, wil! re- ..cmbership declines, place the two services Peace Lutheran regularly hela. Church has shown a After a potluck din- steady growth rate her at noon, the an- over the past few nual meeting will con- years which is due in vene and will include large part to the all committee reports out effort that has been concerning the pre- made to involve the vious year's activities members in church and any other business activities. year Admiral 25 (drag. meas.) Supe-Solarcolor TV Far and away the brbqh~Pst ~010r ,n Admiral his tory Coupled ~',,th tht, On," touch Colo, Master Control you LOUIOn r ~,aQt a be~ter con*b,natrort at such a behevab~e pr:ce Pecan gra,ned fimsh on hardboard O0 ' ' . SERVICE ", Monroe Shopping Center MORE. mora 123 No. Lewis March 27 has been set as the wedding date for Debra Anne Pom- eroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pom- eroy of Snohomish, and Mark Edward Carney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carney, also of Snohomish. The future bride is a student at Monroe High School and her fiance is a 1973 grad- uate of Monroe. State Officers Visit Eagles Auxiliary The Monroe Eagles auxiliary met last week with the state president, Midge Bo- back, as guest of hon- or. She was accom- panied by several state officers and many state chairmen. The next auxiliary meeting will be at 8 p.m., Wednesday, March 12 at the Eagles Club on N. Lewis Street. All the Easter Bunnies are shopping at Oster's Candy Kitchen giant chocolate eggs, bunni and baskets Name personalized on items ordered by March 19th ORDER EARLY! Gateway Farmers Market -1/2 miles East of Monroe ,n Highway 2 Sprin ...Every In Buy, Savings, Too! twin mattress or box spring by Nellie Robertson "You Can Cope With Inflation" is the theme for the Snohomish, King, Kitsap and Pierce counties' Consumer Education Conference be- ginning at 9:15 a.m. on Thursday, March 20 at the Seattle Center. Mrs. Marcia Raymond, Washington State Uni- versity's Snohomish County Extension agent, says the conference is sponsored by WSU's Cooperative Extension Service as part of their observance of the statewide Consumer Education Month which is March. There will be seven workshops on a variety of topics to help the consumer fight inflation in the purchasing of food, clothing, shelter and recreation, as well as how the consumer affects the economy. Leaders of these sessions include experts in many fields. There wUl be a lunch break at noon and the workshops will be offered both before and after lunch so one may attend two of the seven work- shops. For further information, contact Mrs. Marcia Raymond at the Snohomish County Cooperative Extension Service at 259-9422. Tualco 4-H'ers Earn Awards Tualco Valley 4-H baking, blue demon- club members held an stration, special awards dessert at the recognition, canning East County Senior sweepstakes and corn- Center in Monroe re- munity service; centlyo Brenda Pattie, purple Awards were pre- record book, blue sented to the followingdemonstration; Jody members: Pattie, blue record Debbie Andrews, book, garden judging purple record book, award; Terry Fugien, needlecraft award, blue record book, blue Ann Jacobs, Ron Bredstrand Announce Their Engagement junior leadership; demonstration, spec- for April 11, 1975. Nancy Frohning, pur- ial recognition and Monroe Garden Club ple record book, junior leadership; at 8 p.m., Monday, champion cat, bread Lisa Dickmeyer, blue March 10 at the home record book, blue of Mrs. George Ness. *** demonstration; Ron The Snohomish Court- Whitman, blue record Monroe Barracks ty Dairy Wives will 000 Now on sale~ A mattress packed with quality... from the multi-floral cover through double layers of upholstery luxuriously quilted to thick layers of urethane foam. And under it all, a superbly engineered box spring, to give every part of your body a good night's rest. Limited time -- hurry! Full size .......................... each 89.95 Queen size set ..................... now 219.95 King size set ....................... now 399.95 794-7505 Exclusive maker of the Back Supporter mattress .Free Delivery book, garden judging, blue demonstration, junior leadership and 4-H j acket; Robert Flynn, garden judging; Leah Whitman, blue demonstration; Deb- bie Matlock, clothing award. New members intro- duced were Todd and Mario Accatturo, Pat Smith, Lorri and Toni Brauner, Randy Fur- long, Jacki Reisinger, Doreen Snoozy and Donna Whitman. The club extended its thanks to Francis Morris for presenting the awards and to the Senior Center for use of the facilities. MR. AND MRS. LEROY G. JACOBS, 504 Ter- race Street, Monroe, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann Louise Jacobs, to M. Ronald Bredstrand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Bredstrand, Woods Creek Road, Monroe. The bride-to-be and the future benedict are both 1974 graduates of Monroe High School and he is presently employed by Schrag and Meeds Shell Service in Monroe. The wedding is set meet for lunch at noon and meeting at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 13, at the Everett Elks Club. The guest speaker will be Suzanne Hult- gren Olson, Charm Consultant for the Washington State Dairy Products Com- mission., , , "Accounting for the Fast Food Service Restaurants" will be the topic for the next meeting of the Everett Chapter, American Society of Women Ac- countants at 6:30p.m., Wednesday, March 12, at the Everett Yacht Club. #2377 and Ladies' Auxiliary of the WWI Veterans will meet at 12 noon, Wednesday, March 12 at the Con- gregational Church Hall for a pot luck luncheon featuring baked ham. Following the lunch- eon, separate meet- ings will be held with Commander Ed Peter- son and President Mil- dred Wailer presiding over their respective groups. *** Guest speaker Claud- ia Brown will give a demonstration on hanging baskets at the next meeting of the the one ord for the people Deposits Insured to $40, 000 I do business with at They're helpful and concerned about my banking needs. I always get warm smiles. Whether I'm there to make a transaction, apply for a loan.., taking advantage of the many other services offered. See for yourself how cooper- ative nice people can be. People to People Spoken Here Member FDIC