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Zeta Kappa Elects Engagement Announcedi a .... | i City Correspondent| 1972 73 Officers E'•" " Mr. and Mrs. Jose Roman of Arlington announce the engage- - L,m,,,mm~. ........... ..... lq,,p,,,q,mtm~ N e w officers for is from percepter merit of their daugh- ter, Blanca, to Mr. Arthur Lee Verlinde, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Verlinde of Monroe. The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate of Mon- roe High School and is presently in thenurs- Just don't know what part the Consumers Union plays in the . great conspiracy to spread par a note among us gullible folks but I read a few blurbs in the press and it 1972-73, were elected at the February meet- ing of Zeta Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Following is a list of the officers: Mrs. Jon Marks, president; Mrs. Jim Marlow. Alphi Pi, which is the 3rd Degree in Beta Sigma Phi. The group present- ed a check to theEast County Senior center with proceeds from the Santa project. Plans were March 9, 1972, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Five [Stop by, enjoy the finest in foods or stay I ]the night in one of our 21 new motel units.] OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ~~i Phone 793-3864 U.S. 2, Sultan II I I I II II I I I I I I t I II I II I I II I I I I I I I I II I I n l II II I I I I I I,1 II II n i I II II II I i i i i ii ii i II iii i i i i ii Ii lit i i iit I in ii ii ii ill i ii i I i i i ii i iiii ii IIIIIUtlIIII~I111111141 In i,1 Iltl I made to i ing program at Everett Community College. Her fiance is a 1968 ~aduate of Monroe gh School and is em- ployed by Snohom~sh County. An August wedding is upset me. On their February report they pistolwhipped thepoor innocent hot-dog. They claim that in 1937, the frankfurter had arrived at its peak. They were very cheap then. They contained vice-president; Mrs. Philip Kesterson, re- cording secretary; Mrs. John Claffry, corresponding secre- tary; Mrs. B e r t Bovenkamp, treas- urer; Mrs. Sharon work with Akeetacol- Monroe High School lecting Betty Crocker coupons for a Senior Band Concert Center mini-bus. The evenings pro- grams were 'The Con- Concert Band noisseur" by Mrs. Dick Fleming A~d Stage Band L "Nature's and b-y planned. BLANCA ROMAN 19 per cent protein and Moor, extension of- 19 per cent fat. It ricer; Mrs. B o b ist's Landscape" seems that 62 percent Kearns, city council Mrs. Lee Pownell and ,w.~- ~Vm i Carnation To Dedicate of thel937model was Andv Lucero representative; and Mrs. Lloyd Robert- av, Toes° Mar 14 omitted from the re- - Mrs.' Waldon Ander- son. " i New library Bui/ding port. The modern frankfurters, my loved ones, son, alternate. The meeting was 8 PM No Charge the bed companions of my acid indigestion, ac- Mrs. Jim Spada was held in the home of cording to the report, have degenerated to the elected for her third Mrs. Sandy Gladfelter. year as advisor. She ...... point of no return. ~, .................................................................................................................................. ,,, ............... 2,, That took the maniac out of my ego. The jobs, I put through the pebble mill are quite cheap, An in versary "- ................................... " ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ " i ..... | 59 cents a dozen. But according to the report ° AUTO LOANS ' ,~e ~o,o~ oo.,o., ~ ~eo~,~e~ ,o ~ ~or oo-t Celebrated == ! and the fat has increased to 28 per cent. Well, that stands to reason, in 1937 the doggies were - =-:- made by hand and had a good work out and --- nowadays they are programmed by computers. Mr. and Mrs. Clar- _~ ~ As a joint financial venture of the town of Carnation and the King County Library System, the library will move into a new building, being dedicated Sunday, March 12, at 2 p.m. with open house until 5 p.m. Master of ceremonies will be John Groshell, a teacher at Mount Si High School. The in- vocation will be given by the Rev. Marshall McKinney, Minister, TolL Congregational Church. A flag ceremony will be led by Boy Scout Troop 588. Herber F. Matschler, director of the King County Library System, will introduce special guests. Acceptance of the building will be made by Nick Loutsts, mayor of the T~wn of Carnation, and by George Dale, chairman of the King County Library Board of Trustees. Arrangements for the dectcation were made by the Carnation Women's Club with assistance from King County Library System staff. The 2,160 square foot building replaces a 604 square foot structure. The $88,000 building has a book capacity of 8,000 volumes compared to 3,000 in the former building. The library has a multi-purpose meeting room, air-conditioning, carpeting and an out- side court. It was built on a former town park located on Toll Avenue between Morrison and Rutherford Streets. Most of the trees were retained on the property. So you are bound to pick up some extra blubber. Then the Department of Agriculture allows the makers of doggies to give them a water injection about 10 per cent of the total weight. The report states that the modern frankfurter's bladder is carrying more than 10 per cent. Well, there is nothing wrong with that. At least you know that if you get stranded in the Sahara desert with 50 tons of doggies you can survive. The worst part of the report was not about all the chemicals added to the doggies to make them comparable with our drug culture, it was the fact that they stated that 19 per cent of the samples that went through the saliva test were con- taminated with insect and rodent droppings. This is what really frosted me. Here I have been consuming a dozen frankfurters a week and have never been fortunate enough to get one that was Mickey Moused. I amgourmet. I am willing to pay the freight to get some of the good ones. But where do you find them? ence Ray celebrated their 25thanniversary Now Is The Time " Rates Are At Their west The party was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Irvin S t B Wall and daughters ee Firs ank First Mabel Roberts, Mrs. Seldom Porter and Mrs. Don York at the Wall's home on the Florence Acres First In Service ' Road. " Friendly People to Serve You | Mr. and Mrs. Wall were best man and Immediate Loans l matron of honor for No Delays the Rays 25 years ago on Januaryl2. First In E The Rays have re- x..Ar,P.ncA-: cently returned from spending a month in Years of Experience to Provide Hawaii. They were i [ Another question--where did the consumers accompanied by Mr. Rapid Efficient Service and , union get their samples? Who knows? I am all Ray's sister andhus- ~ Assistance | for a Congressional Investigation. The honorof band, Mr. and Mrs. '* 200 million American munching machines is at ",,Ray Erickson of Sent- i Strub Gains Membership s,~o. ~,s ,sthe Year of the Rat and Imuch ~,1^ -~ "(~--~ ,-o. -;= . | hate to be rat-finked. Lets get the good doggies * A three tiered wed " on-theplate. . L .....~t;din~'o~:-,~;~,o~*,;. ] ~ First In Rates .......... "i @harles R. Strub, unique among nat .................................. - .... o: ....... --- .......... M.D., of Monroe, has ional medical as- W ll "" IC" M eels ::couple, Mrs StevebYsherrila nieCe,of i • Lowest Rates in Town i been elected to active sociations, is design- ww.e. Ch,ld CI,n _ . , __- • membership in the ed to help member trict and are for the thenenmn'buffet.Was served at = | American Academy physicians k e ,e p The monthly Monroe | ~; ~: .~ |- hi will urpose of examina Attend of Family PhySicians. abreast of the latest Well Child Cli c " .P .... q tng the affair [ ~ ~ ~ ~_ r +J , : h,= h,=]a at the St. Lion, zmmumzatlon ann from Monroe were Mr. As a member of scientific develop- . ...... f AAFP, Strub will be manta in medicine. Mary's Parish'Hall, health su_pervision_o and Mrs. W.M. Ray [ a 0 N n O E e n AN C e i .i required to complete Founded in 1947, the in Monroe on Thurs- weu z nzsn.~, ~au p--~- Mr. ana lvxrs, ugh z = from scnoo~ cnuaren Yor 150 hours of post- AAFP is the country' s a~v March 16, • k, Mr. and Mrs. i i :~-' "- 1 - m Call 794-7960 for an Seldom Porter and grad u ate medical second largest nat- S~es;.r~lin~cs ~are appointment. T h e se Mrs. Mabel Roberts I i study every three tonal medical as- h ld on the third clinics are sponsored Manv ~wq o.~ years. The program, sociatton. I~SEA Nh~ Classes Set For Veterans~:~"'" o, each by the SkYcllallaeedY out of rteo]~i--gue~t~s .,,,.,h They are con wanaerers . trom throu hout west- .......... . - ~ g TTLE.FIRSTNATIONAL BA ducted by the Sno- local commum Y ern Washington also Washington~In an effOrtveteranstO help basiS,on suchWtllpointsbe asbrtefedhow Churchh°mishHealthH01dsDiS- Eveninggr°ups Series att:nded.4 H Clubumeet= i,_. ............... MaJ, ............... & .......... Blakely ............ ............ .................... ................ . ............. ........ -----794 714S. ...... ____ .i find employment, the to prepare for an in- Veterans Admintstra- terview, proper be- tion regional office havtor, appropriate Rev. Jim Floyd, of music, both vocal and Tualco Valley 4-H instrumental. In ad- Club will have their in Seattle will hold grooming and factors Buckley, will hold a a series of "Job In- to avoid which could series of meetings dition Bible studies next meeting on March terview Classes" on lead to rejection of at Monroe Commun- will'be conducted daily 11, at the home oftheir March 13, at 9 a.m. in the applicant, ity Chapel beginning from 10 to 11 a.m. leader, Mrs. Elmer The church extends Frohning. room 901, Sixth and J.E. Mullen, direct- Sunday morning, an invitation to those At the February 26 Lenora Building. or of the VA regional March 12 at 11 a.m. The classes are office, said t h e and continuing through wishing to attend this meeting, p r e sided designed to assist classes will continue Friday evening March series at the Chapel over by Dabble Mat- veterans who havehad every other Monday. 17 with night sessions located at the corner lock the girls adopt- little or no experience Veterans who arein- beginning at 7:30 p.m. of Lewis and McDougal ed a new grandmother in applying for a job terested in attending Pastor Rinks, of the streets. For further from the Monroe Con- to compete success- any of the classes Chapel, says in ad- information call 794- valescent Center. fully at the initial •should contact t h e dttton to Rev. 'Floyd's 6713. The club's future step in seeking em- Veterans Assistance Bible centered mes- A nursery will be plans include a rol- ployment--the Job in- Division, room 804, sages, the churchwill provided for children ler skating party terview. Sixth and Lenora also feature special under three years old. scheduled for April 8. Participants, who at-. Building, for further tend on a voluntary information. Monroe Man Coming Events.. New Member ......... " In Dairy Group FREE The Tolero Club will The Monroe Garden Monroe was repre- hold its annual lun- Club will meet Men- sented on the list cheon and .card party day, March 13, at 8 of new members ap- at the I.O.O.F. Hall p.m. in the P.U.D. proved by the Board of Holstein Friesian on March 15 atl2noon, building. Chairman for the event Pat Cummings o f Association of Amer- will be Mrs Clarence Seattle will be the ica at its last meeting. • Vernon L. Nelson of Corey. ' guest speaker and will *** discuss the art of tin Monroe and Daniel Jay The Monroe Com- work. She hasappear- Bailey of Snohomtsh munity Chapel will ed on T.V. shows in- were among 1S Wash- host a Youth Insptra- cludtng the Pamela ington dairymen ac- tion on Saturday, Mason program, cepted tn the group. March 11, beginning at Mrs. Vincent Nelson Pennsylvania, Wis- 7:S0 p.m. Refresh- and Mrs. Har r y constn and New York merits will be served, McCtoud will behosts, led the 45 states re- presented on the list and all youth are in- *** of new members. vited to attend. Washtngton's n e w *** Washington State members Join the The Past Nobel Heart Association ca- ranks of over 26,000 Grands Club will meet dows twofaculty posts people acttvelybreed- this evening, Thurs- at the University of ing Registered Hol- day, at 7:30 p.m. at Washington School of stein-Friesian cattle the home of Mrs. Medicine, thus pro- who gain a reduced Gladys Martenson. riding better educa- rate when register- Mrs. Mildred Corey Lion for the physicians ing and transferring is assistant hostess, of tomorrow, their animals. Uncirculatecl pre4900 SILVER DOLLAR These are collector's uncirculated, pre-turn-of-the-century silver dollars. Open an account for $200 or more, or simply add $200 to your new account. Good while supply lasts -- at our Main office or our new Silver Lake office. EVERETT FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Main Office: Hoyt & Wall • Phone: 259-4101 Silver Lake: Bothell Highway & 110th St. S.E. • Phone: 337-4101 Federal Regulations Permit Only One Premium Customer Per Year. .... J 1971 Left Over Kingswood Estate 3 Seat Wagon, Tinted Glass, Vinyl Roof, Remote Mirror, White Walls, Radio, V8 Turbo, Power Steering, Luggage Carrier, Sandalwood with Brown Roof. Sticker $5141.95 Close Out $3,672.07 1972 Surburban Carry All 4 Wheel Drive, 2 Rear Seats, Heavy Duty Shocks, 350 V8 Turbo, Power Steering, 950 16 On - Off Highway Tires, Radio, Gauges Sticker $5887.64 1968 V.W. Special $4,699.00 2 Door Sedan. Runs Great. 1966 Buick Special Coupe V8, Power Steering Auto $799.00 $499.00 1963 Mercury Full Size Wagon v~ $185.00 1965 Impala . 4 Door, V8 Auto, Power Steering, Nice Car. • $599.00 iCOLLINS CHEVRoLET:I 806 Wl Main St,- ! 794-7600 Monroe