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Sky Valley Leaders Hc,,d Meet at the Methodist interested persons may Church. The girls attend the program and are asked to meet out- tour the camp. Anyone side and sit in a group interested in attending with their leaders, is asked to meet at 9 Visitor&apos;s day is sch- a.m. at the P U. D. eduled from 10 a.m. un- building on East Fre- til 2 p.m. on April 3 mont Street and bring at CampKillaqua. Lead- a sack lunch. ers, mothers and other Leaders and prospect- Members of the Sky- Valley Campfire Lead- er's Association made plans for their father- daughter banquet and Campfire week when they met here last week. Church Sunday was set for 11 a.m. March 24 i Monroe Plumbing & Edinger Rites Held Collins Sales Staff Heating 113 E. Main Monroe 794-8286 Hours: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Fixtures by- * American Standard Residential Remodel Repair * Briggs * Universal Runde * Southern Porcleln Valves b, ly- * Delta * American Standard * Price Phifter Hot Water Tanks i i, will be instructed in fire building, camping, cooking and outdoor entertainment for Campfire girls and Bluebirds. Leaders present at the meeting were the Mes- dames A. L. Bred- strand, George Ness, James Cummings, Geo- rge Barnett, Larry Fleming, Ben Magnu- son, David Neisinger, Lyle Packebush, Nor- man Kelln, Ann Clark, Miss Betty Trombley, and hostess Mrs. Noe- man Kelln. The next meeting will be held at 10 a.m., Ap- ril 2 at the P.U.D. build- ing. Funeral services for a Startup resident, Walter H. Edinger, 71, who died March 16 in Valley Gen- eral Hospital following an extended illness, ive leaders will meet were scheduled for for an outdoor training Wednesday morning. session at Buck Island Born November 29, from 10 a.m. until 2 1896 in North Dakota, o.m. on April 24. They he had been a resident Discount At Larry's of Startup for eight years. Survivors are six brothers, John H. of Lodi, California, Albert of San Francisco, Cali- fornia, Irvin of Fargo, North Dakota, Fred of Parshal, North Dakota, Art of Stanley, North Dakota and Herman of Cathy, North Dakota; and two sisters, Lydia Banik of Bloomington, California and Mathil- da Whear of Anamoose, North Dakota. The Rev. Kendrick Gould officiated at ser- vices held in the chapel of Purdy & Kerr Funeral Home Discount At Larry's Salmon Tall 16 oz. 69 Bumble Bee Discount At Larry's Grapefruit Lge. Pink Gr. Onions-Radishes Libbys 3/29 Libbys 3/25 Libbys Rutabagoes Turnipsswoet 3 Lbs 29 ======= =ORANGE ..... ............. Juice 12- -:===oz. Tin .............   Oz.;::= .... Libbys Tree S;;..;We et 5/$! Libbys Sta-FIo ,o, Starch 69si-e 49 Libbys Clorox Gallon Bleach Reg. 67 59 Libbys rag. 69 16 oz. / o a K e r s c.,,o Cocoanut T-he Home of U.S.DJ. Prime Steer Beef BAR-S Darigoldr.,, Butter Lb. 79 39 Discount At Larry's Giant Catsup 3/$1 Garden Peas Buf. 6/$1 Cream Corn Buf. 6/$1 Green Beam Buf. 6/$1 Fruit Cocktail Buf. 6/$1 4/$1 Bartlett Pears Buf. Fancy Peaches Buf. 5/$1 Libbys P.,-co.ot, ,of. 7/$1 t Maxwell 1Lb. Tin 79 House  Lb. Tin Sl.45 Coffee 00bs. Save At larry's Wieners  49 Dr. ROSSDogFood Asst. Tal' 7/$1 BAR-S SAND-SLICED k I l'_____ Mates Lge. 'eO, Bologna  49 ,-ao,sco Creme Cookies .//' I I I" "_ Reg. 12 Oz. 'J.L SIRLOIN U.S.D.A. PRIME STEER hernia Luncheon Meat ,).)l Steak ,. 98 ........ Roast Beef ,,. 98 IB.00thr0 - ,,o ''" Tissue o i,r: Chops Ridge Joins Patro I Adds 2 Pete Ridge Joining the Collins Chevrolet sales staff as a new and used car salesman is Pete Ridge, a four-year employee of the firm. Ridge previously worked in the body de- partment. Born in Duvall, he and his wife, Betty, and two children, Randy and Two additions to Wash- ington State Patrol per- sonnel serving this area are announced by Capt. Noel Hair. A former Snohomish man, Lt. Edward Red- mond will serve in the Everett office as assist- ant district commander with Lt. Gordon Shea. With the State Patrol for 25 years, Lt. Red- mond served most re- cently in Seattle andbe- fore that in Walla Walla. He plans to move from Bellevue to the Snohom- ish area with his wife and their five children. The second man, Sgt. George B. Tellevik, 37, has served with the de- partment for 12 years and will patrol the area from Everett to the summit of Stevens Pass. He is married and has two children. Employed in the dis- trict are 100 men serv- ing the counties of Sno- homish, Whatcom, Is- land, Skagit and San Juan. Jante, make their home at Route 2. f'f: Ridge joins Jimmy wmcers Jones and Orvis Dog- las on the sales staff. J-||.]F'iecLe" j J. Hansen Election of officers was the principal ord- <e-electeo er of business of the Director John Hansen, Hansen Road, was re-elected as director from Monroe at the annual meeting of the Federal Land Bank As- sociation of Everett held recently in Marysville. Principal speaker at the meeting was Wayne Parris, assistant vice president of the Feder- al Land Bank of Spo- kane. He spoke on the "challenge" of adjust- ing to national and inter- national factors which strongly affected money costs and supplies for the Federal Land Bank system. t Monroe Chapter #102 Order of Eastern Star when they met here last week. Elected as worthy ma- tron was Mrs. Leonard Meldahl and Clifford Fankhauser was elected as worthy patron. Others elected were Mrs. Leslie Brady, as- sociate matron; Leslie Brady, associate pa- tron; Mrs. Ernest Righ- ettt, secretary; Mrs. Francis Jellison, trea- surer; Mrs. Arthur Merrick, conductress, and Mrs. Clarence Ed- wards, associate con- ductress. In other business Mrs. Roy Wiley, worthy t March 21,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Five Happenings... Round Duvall Iris Norman 788-2444 Two first aid calls to the Duvall Fire De- partment were to an auto accident on the hiway south of Duvall near Davis Mill, the other to the Robert McArthur home to take one year old Rene to the doctor and on to the hospital. Wilbur Berry of Route 1, Carnation returned home on Monday to continue his recovery from a stroke. $$$$$$ Mr. and Mrs. Einar Ryan entertained the Bridge Club with a luncheon and cards on Fri- day afternoon. $$$$$$ Mr. and Mrs. George Tampien have as their guest Mrs. Ann Marchello from New York City. Mrs. Marchello plans to make her home here and is seeking employment. $$$$$$ Paul Tampien, son of the George Tampiens has returned to the Navy after spending a leave home with his family. He is stationed on the USS Jamestown. He is an electronics technitian. $$$$$$ A baby shower was given for Mrs. Robert Funk by friends in the church parlor on Friday evening. $$$$$$ The regular Duvall town council meeting of March 14 was held in the Town Hall. Many facts of town government were discussed. Art Scheifels and A1 Tweten, representing Pearce and Associates, were present to discuss plans for Rio Vista Ranchettes. Also in attendance was Robert Barnard of Washington State Department of Game with a report on the boat ramp to be installed by the game department. Parking and conveniences and an access road will also be installed. This will be built on town property. Bids from local contractors would be accepted by the game department. Marilyn Herzog accepted chartmanship of a zoning and planning commission. Verle Bowe was elected to take 1968 census. James Q. Wallace, mayor, has completed his four year term. William Breen was appointed to the mayorship. Attorney Harold Rote has resigned his position as towu attorney. Town meetings will be held every two weeks due to increasing business. matron, gave a report Wlllett, chairman, Mr. on her visitation to the and Mrs. Ferdie Carl- reception for the grand stom, Mrs. A. R. Cur- sentinel Martine Maier hurt, Mrs. Clifford held in Seattle earlier Foxton and Mrs. Her- this month, bert Schwartz served Following the business refreshments to the meeting Mrs. Kenneth membership. Our Motto. All bankers smile. But that's not the kind of agreeability we're talking about. We mean agreeability that shoots a loan through when you need it. That gets a teller hustling when you want a quick look at your balance figure. Agree- ability, in short, that gets things done for you.., in savings, checking, loans, or in any of over 70 other services we offer. We do our best to look at things fimfhe counter. So, think first. First Bank. We're the agreeable ones.