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M March 14,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Five Brelin Service Is He EWSC State FHA Office :  Ernest Brel tn; 86, of 1906, d ted March 7 in vices h el d Monday. Alumni ----S---!;'_;;-:! South Ferry Street, a Valley General Hosptt- Mr. Brelin was born Won By Monroe Girl Monroe resident since al, with funeral ser- in Sweden on November ._ / member14'1881" of He waSthe Evan-a To Meet Deborah Evans, dough-  : il ,(Sfr9Yi: !  A | r  '- gelical covenant Eastern Washington ter of Mr. and Mrs. E Edward T. Evans of r _.q.. |r i Church. State College alumni in Echo Lake and a ,j L. L--  Survivors include five Island, San Juan, Skagtt sophomore at Monroe ...... '--  stepdaughters, Mrs. Snohomish andWhatcom High School, was elect- wsdetng e eign erl crwnQU3nt:rinleYw relinquished Robert CaNNy of Sultan, Counties will meet at ed second vice presid- ruler, Queen Rhonda IDraperies Remnants .+o+. 00,,he + Mrs. Gary Catnes of the Montecristo Hotel ent of Region I at the Dance Friday night. The new princesses for Battle Ground, Mrs. in Everett on Friday, Future Homemakers of 1968 are Marie Ann Stork and Kandt Jacob- # Andrew H. Broz of March 22. America recognition sen. A crowd of young people, estimated at land Bolt Ends Tacoma, Mrs. Albert Graham E. Johnson, day held Saturday at 100 to 150 danced to the music of "The Tax- MeIntyre and Mrs. executive secretary of Ferndale High School. men". See you Saturday at the St. Patrick's Bror Thompson, both of the EWSC Alumni As- Miss Evans is theflrst Day Parade and celebration! Monroe; two stepsons, sociatton, said the five- state officer from Mort- ****** a.m  [ Roy Berlin of Route 2 county area is now roe since 1957. - Snohomish and Allan district 14 of the She will attend the Mrs. Agnes Ktlen, whose body was found in her Borlin of Sumac Drive, EWSC group. FHA state convention in home last Sunday morning March 10, by a and two sisters in The dinner meeting, at Olympia on April 5 and friend, Bill Ruddell. It was reported that her p.m  Sweden. 6:15 will be preceded 6 when installation of death occured the previous Sunday evening, fol- The Rev. Wallace by a social hour. Res- new state officers will lowing a visit at the Ruddell home. Mrs. Lanchester officiated at ervations are beingtak- be held. She will also Ktlen, who had a record of heart trouble lived services held Monday en by Pat McGee, 5401 be eligible to attend the alone. She had been a resident of Maltby for afternoon in the chapel 74th P1. N.E., Marys- FHA national convention more than forty years. She was a member of Wde ., Ma rch13 f Purdy & Kerr Fun- ville' Jhnsn said'eral Home with inter- Program for the eve- in Florida this Summer. Debbie Evans Maltby Ladies' Aid and attended Maltby Con- merit following in the ning will consist of a gregattonal Church. Besides relatives tnSweden, S M h 16 oe IOOF Ceme- performance of the Tolet'o$ Pay Visit To CIoverleQf she leaves a niece, Florence McDanielofMarys- ville. At this date, funeral services have not to at., arc tery. Broadway hit play, The family has said "Luv," presented by Members of Tolero ey, Chris Anderson, been announced. ****** that memorials may be the EWSC Drama De- Rebekah Lodge, led by Flortan Haufle, Dora Dorotha Lane greeted a group of friends and Monroe Serve U Bldg made to the Mission partment at Everett the noble grand, Mrs. Bloor, Sylvia Bagley, neighbors Tuesday afternoon March 5 with an Convent Church. Community College. John Amstutz, paid a Walter Wilson, Rose Comer Lew|s & Main St Monroe surprise visit to Stuber, Charles Ste- array of delicious cookies and coffee. Present , .. Cloverleaf Rebekah Pens, J. L. Brady, Edna were Mary William. of Seattle, Delores Koep- pen, Lyda Hoggarth, Ella Kosantck, Mabel Brooks, Lodge of Bothell, Mar- Champers, Ben Boyden, Katherine Lotion, Hazel Webber, Ella Dyer, oh 5. Jennie Wilson and the Bee Pill b "s- u  travelingWasPUrpset presentstarf theof visttthethe MtsseSand AliceG1 endaLouden. M errick Otts.nes'SynthiapatT schernich,johnson, ******EdtthEstherWalster'HpkinsLauretta San-and Grace Keeper REG" 98 Angel 39 assembly presidentfTlerRebekoh Ladies' Aid meets this Thursday. Hostesses $1.29 the State of Washing- are Jane Weyen and Hazel Webber. REG ton to the noble grand Lodge To Host ****** n e"on- r .'oo" and members of Mrs. Clara Hanlon of Everett, celebrated her 5 LB 59 Cloverleaf Lodge. They, State President 75th birthday with her four daughters and their T IN in turn, are to pass it families with a family dinner at the home of iscoun A Larry's Discoun Af Larry's on to another lodge. Tolero Rebekah Lodge her daughter, Inez Whalen of Everett. Other Seven of the stars will most Mrs. Helen daughters present were Irene Frazter, Lois traveling throughout the Burns of Longview, Thompson and Lauretta Sannes, of Maltby. - state and it is hoped president of the Re- ****** they will reach the ca- bekah Assembly of Mr. and Mrs. Derry Donoghue will soon start K fl 35 Jorityofthelodgesbe-Washington, tonight at construction on aduplex, to be butld on the fore assembly convenes 8 p.m. in the I.O.O.F. west side of their property, facing Alder Street. ra Orange Juice Qt. in June. Hall on South Lewis This building will have the distinction of being Those attending along Street. with Mrs. Amstutz were Rose Rebekah Lodge Maltby's first duplex. Kraft 79 ****** the Mesdames Joke of Snohomish and Fir Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lundvall drove to Redmond Tasty Cheese 2 Lbso Mortensen, Gilbert Rebekah Lodge of Sul- last Sunday to have dinner with their son and Knoshaug, Henry Dirks, tan will act as co- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson John Weir, Ovide hosts, and family. Gourde, Clarence Cor- Id ****** ew Kind f M Anew family at Swartze's Mobile Park is Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson with their son and re- o o hey daughter. ****** tSnow n .,+ Circukthg in MOnroe Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams of Maltby have ..... -- Polotnes 2/2 sold their home and acreage to Rohert Martin, o,IM's.t ::0 v2QJT m T market.+the+an of Seattle, an employee of the Port of Seattle. The williams family plan on living in the vicinity G Discount A, L.rry's :rutintt3reYUr'sruepeart of Yakima ,,,,,, I00nrimp  " behind the counter if evening at the Fellowship Home. 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