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April 14, 1977, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Five Valley General Well Child Clinic Set for April 21 The monthly Monroe Well- Child Clinic will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. at Valley General Hos- pital in Monroe on Thursday, April 21. For further information, call 259-9386. kibby's Grand Opening & Open House Gold Bar Farm Market Greenhouse & Nursery April 15, 16 & 17 Opener Special Fuchsia 4" Pot (Reg. Price q8) $9~ Head Lettuce O paks (Reg. Price 59~) We specialize in Fuchsias & Bedding Plants / ~ ~',. Frcc Riit ~ith c~cr~ purchase during Open Hou~,c ~.~ Bux dirt!el & ~a~c 1oo3 Croft St. mwy. 21 793-881 1 Gold Bar C Betty Green 568-2278 j 12 oz. tin 200 count box Free .Deliyery Service 2 Del|ver|es a Day 794-8404 ~ iigml if Hi ~,~~q~FARM FRESH-F~VOR-FULLiiI~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - ] .sford THREE INJURED-Three persons received injuries ted to Valley General Hospital by Monroe Fire ..................... S:,i,t:n a:N,i s :hu ,q, ,e as the result of a collision Tuesday afternoon at the Department aid units. Ogden estimated $2,500 _ intersection of Highway 2 and SR 522, west of the in damage was sustained by the Conneway vehi- City of Monroe. According to Trooper Ray Ogden cle and at least $1,000 by the O'Reilly vehicle. i/h l 32 oz. lib of the Everett State Patrol Detachment, investiga- The conditions of those injured was not known at a ~ III ting officer, a 1975 compact driven by a man iden- press time. The cause of the accident is st ll un- Sunny Jim 20 oz. Betty Crocker 26 oz. 7-UP Wizard 32 oz. der investigation. William Shelton Services Today Services are scheduled for 3 p.m. today (Thursday) for William A. Shelton of Carn- ation, who died April ll fol- lowing a brief illness. tiffed as Charles D. Conneway, 64, of Clark Fork, Idaho, collided with a 1974 van driven by Myron K. O'Reilly of Skykomish. Conneway received facial lacerations and was later taken to Valley General Hospital for treatment. O'Reilly was not seriously injured, Ogden said. Two passengers in the Conneway vehicle also sustained injuries His wife, Thelma Conneway, 70, received multiple fractures, the trooper said. A passenger identified He was born Oct. 27, 1914, as Joe Cole, 73, of Sultan, received cuts and bru- in North Dakota. He had iSeSo Both Mrs Conneway and Cole were transpor- been employed by Carnation Farms for 12 years. Calendar He leaves two daughters, Marilyn Shelton of California and Patricia Shelton; three sons, Gary of Celia, Wash- F Cascade Eagles Auxiliary All tickets must be pre-sold. No. 2327 will meet at 8 p.m. For more information call Wednesday, April 13 at the Rose Accetturo, 794-5218 or F.O.E. Aerie on N. Lewis St. Claressa McPoland, 794- * * * 8003. ington, Mitchell of California and Roger. Services will be held in the Purdy and Kerr Chapel, Monroe, with Rev. Elmer Wenzel officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Sultan Cemetery. The Monroe High School Band will perform their an- nual Spring Concert at 8 p.m., Thursday, April 14 at the high school gym. There will be a 50 cent ad- mission charge. See us for all fishing needs JACK'S SPORT SHOP 311 Ave. D - LO 8.4272 Snohomish, Wn. 98290 The Monroe Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly program meeting at 12 noon Tuesday, April 19 at Petosa's, Highway 2 and N. Kelsey. Programs will be presented by two groups, the Monroe School District on the subject of the upcoming May 10 Levy and Harold Ohlsen, Tualco Grange Master, speaking on the conditions of the railroad traffic crossings in Monroe. *** Monroe Veteran's of For- eign Wars, post 7511 and auxiliary will hold an import- ant meeting at 8 p.m. Thurs- day, April 14 at the IOOF hall on S. Lewis St. There will be election of officers and plans will be made for work partys for the year end reports, the annual sale of poppies, installation and loyalty day parade, which will be held in Sno- homish April 30. *** The Womens softball league will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, April 18 at the Monroe PUD Auditorium, 120 E. Fremont. St. Mary's Womens' Club will host a luncheon pre- sented by Luncheon Is Serv- ed, Inc. from 12-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 20 at the Religious Education Center, 601 W. Columbia, Monroe. No tickets sold at the door. oe@s Come to this Christian Science Lecture "Who is Making your Decisions" by Edward C. Williams, C.S.B of lndianapolis, Indiana Member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship Thursday, April 21, 1977 at8 p.m. in First Church of Christ, Scientist, "Fourth and Avenue D Snohomish II] are welcnme "*~ colh,ction taken ("hild care provided Oil 6-pack Complete cans Sunny Jim 18 oz. 16 oz. jar Reg. 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