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: Page SiX, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., March 21,1968 : THE MARCHIN' IRISH were dressed in rick's Day parade Saturday. Braving the i orange and black as Monroe High School's drizzle, the marchers joined some 55 band and drill team led by Drum Major other units in the colorful event.--Monitor Mark Nelson paced off Maltby streets Staff Photo during the community's annual St. Pat- Lawrence Street School u _,._Tualc Valley Lite- k-Bike  ( F re m Page 1) (.ro= ..e .) M enu . .omemu00e. the bicycles, making each bike visible after auxiliary raising a matching or larger amount /] /U/-/O /-/ and ownership retained by the City of Monroe. MARCH 25 thru 29 Meet darkThe highlyfrm allreflecttveangles. Discussed was the request for a franchise to install and maintain a television cable system for Monroe presented by Sky Line investments Corporation represented by Bob Netherltn of Route 2, Lake Stevens. Netherlin said he was aware a current franchise existed but that no action had been taken on it and that if his corporation were issued a fran- chise it would take action within 30 to 40 days. It was decided to notify all recent applicants that franchises would be considered at the next council meeting at which time the Sky Line appli- cation would also be considered. At hts request Cecil Stanley Of Issaquah was' promised a letter affirming the city's intent to supply water to a plat of 6.79 acres in the area of Madill and Knott Road which lies within the proposed Wagner Hill Water Distribution System. The motion aired by Councilman Herb Schwartz and passed by the council stipulated that water will be furnished to the district when lines are completed and accepted by the city. Granted authorization to attend a building in- spector's school on March 14 and 15 was Harry Shaffer, city building inspector, at a cost not to exceed $80 in expenses to be met by the city. Adopted was a set of specifications and in- structions for parties proposing to install water distribution systems with the purpose of obtain- tng water from the City of Monroe. Requested by Utilities Superintendent Frank Netstnger, the Water System Requirements and Specifications "=" dated March 4, 1968, were adopted on a motion by Councilman Joe Moore. : Referred to committee for action at a meeting on Tuesday of this week, a continuation of last week's meeting, was a report from Councilman Ewalt Schrag on courses of action proposed for repair of the sewer lift station in the Monroe Shopping Center. Show Set PLANT AND RUMMAGE The slide show of All SALE West sires and their daughters will be held Congregational Hall March 26 instead of APRIL 5and 6 March 25 as was an- Luncheon served nounced earlier, i I C E MACHINE (ONLY ONE IN THE VALLEY) PARTY BLOCK 24 HOUR SERVICE Sultan Sporting Goods Highway, 2 ,, Sultan MONDAY: Italian Spaghetti, Buttered Green Peas, Hot Gar- lic Buttered Bread, Harvest Cake, Milk TUESDAY: Hamburger Biscuit Rolls, Gravy, Carrot-Ralsin Salad, Extra Biscuits or Bread-Butter, Choco- late Pudding, Milk WEDNESDAY: Chili with Meat, Carrot Sticks, Apple Sauce, Hot Roils and Butter, Cookies, Milk THURSDAY: Turkey and Gravy, Whipped Potatos, Buttered Corn, Bread, Butter, Iced Cinnamton Rolls, Milk FRIDAY: Tuna Noodle Casserole, Buttered Green Beans, Corn Meal Yeast Rolls with Butter, Peach Sauce, Milk Members of the Tualco Valley Homemakers Extension Club met re- cently in the Monroe P.U.D. building. The membership dis- cus sed three interesting topics. Mrs. Carl Hall- strom  spoke on "You and Tension". Psychol- ogy of clothing was the topic of discussion for Mrs. Elmer Frohntng and Mrs. Edward Snoozy. Mrs. Eldor Hultgren and Mrs. Del- mar Fleming discussed dieting and calories. Present were the Mes- dames Dan Connelly, Elizabeth Verltnde, Ron Washburne, Ben Ver- llnde, Cecil Davis, Clarence Ray, Ed Durr, M. V. Snyder, Allan Madding, Ada Drugge and Joe Moore. tape - the same mater- ial used in reflective traffic signs and li- cense plates - is vis- ible at distances up to 1,500 feet in the head- lights of an automobile. All youngsters par- ticipating in the pro- gram will be invited to ,enjoy a free soft drink provided by the VFW at Bob and Shirley's Ca- fe on U. S. 2. . Youngsters shouldn't be out bike riding after dark, but if they are, their bikes ought to have reflective tape, said Bob Winslow, di- rector of the local program. I AII you can eat... [ STEAMED CLAMS Thursday-Night SILVER KING cAM. 1st. Street t Snohom,sh Repeat of a sellout! New Mustang SprintS8. Where last month's Golden Nugget Mustang left off, this one takes over. Sporty extras included in special low price. And all these special goodies are added to a Mustang already America's No. 1 sports car! GT stripe ............................. included Sporty wheel covers ................... included Wheel lip moldings ................... included Flip-open chromed gas cap ........... included Bucket seats, stick shift, plush carpeting, included See the light. Spring is Sprint-time at your Eager Beaver Ford Dealer'., MINOR MOTORS, INC. __ Need a good used car? See your local Ford dealer- his are oil A-i __ Nevitt Service Is Held Masonic services for Melvin L. Nevttt, 59, St. James Hotel, who died March 12 in a Seattle hospital were held Friday afternoon under the auspices of Monroe Lodge 160 F&AM. Mr. Nevttt born in Colorado August 12, 1908, had been a Mon- roe resident for the past 16 months. He was a member of the Normal Heights Lodge No. 632 F&AM of San Diego, Califor- nia, the San Diego Consistory Scottish Rite Body of Abou Ben Adhem Temple of Springfield, Missouri, the Cascade Aerie No. 2327 FOE of Monroe and the VFW in Springfield, Missouri. He was a World War II Marine veteran. Survivors are his wife Martha; three daughters Paulageanne Bradford of Yakima, Sandra Mey- ers of Enctnatls, Cal- ifornia and PatrtctaHo- garth of San Diego, California; four sons, Melvin Nevltt of Bar- stow, California, Mtch- eal Nevitt of Mexico, Allyn Nevitt of Los Angeles, California and Martin Nevitt of Encin- & Kerr Funeral Home atis, California. with interment follow- Services were held in tng in the Monroe Odd the chapel of Purdy Fellows Cemetery. If so, it's more important than ever that you check with your Farmers Insurance Group Agent to see how Farmers save: money for preferred risks. i !Before you renew your present policy call George Sandbak 522 E. Main ns. 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Are you always sure your income will handle all your bills and pay- ments 7 5. Will you have the fun you want on your next vacation because you have plenty of money? -- -- 6. Do you have enough cash on hand to meet unexpected expenses from emergencies? --- --.. If you have answered "no" more than once, you may be doing without pleasures you really can afford. The fact is, it's not the dollars you earn that determine how well ou live, but how well you are able to set tee the hidden power of your income. Simple things like borrowing money at the proper time, or saving money with a sensible flnanc- Lug plan. Why not ask Interstate Securities financial house to show you how to money work for you. LARRY SCHONS, Manager, offers mon- ey for things you want ..with loans, financ- ing and budgeting all under one roof. Larry Schons is known as the Understanding Man. And understand he does. Because of his training and experience he knows how to man- age money on a sen- sible family budget. Larry is a family man, too...so he understands your desire for a better living for yourself and your family. If borrowing will help you, Larry Schone will arrange ,financial house money on a sensible basis. If you should avoid new obligattons, Larry will tell you so. Call Manager Larry Schons at Interstate Securities Company financial house today! The number is 794-7977. Or drop by 123 West Main Street in Monroe.