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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA, May 1, 1975 Wagner Club Fetes Mothers dohnsons Feted On The Wagner Community Club will hold its annual Mothers Day Luncheon from noon to 2 Golden Anniversary p.m. on Friday, May 2, at the Wagner Cam- munity Club Hall. The style show, usually done by some retail store, will be presented by home sewers this year. The garments will be made by women in the community and the title of the show is "Sew Much More Than Ever Before." Darlen Grteb, local businesswoman, will give a demonstration on quick sew methods. The luncheon is a "go through the line and pick up your own food" type according to chairman Mrs. Mickey Fulcher and will fea- ture salads, rolls and beverages. A small donation is charged at the door to defray expenses with the intent of breaking eyen. Crafts will be on display and child care will be available. District Meet Scheduled The Judge's council of Evergreen District garden clubs will pre- sent the 1 p.m. pro- gram for the district meeting on Friday, May 2, in Floral Hall, Forest Park, Everett. Mmes F. Bouchat and R. Raymond of Mon- roe are members of the council, being ac- credited flower show Judges. The 10 a.m. session will have a horticul- ture program, "Pix- ies in the Gardens", presented by Mrs. William Davidson. The horticulture show will have thirty- six sections in class- es for azaleas, rhod- odendrons, peren- nials, flowering shrubs and flowering tree branches. Luncheon will be served by hostess clubs. The public is invited to attend either session or to come for the day, says Mrs. Lou A. Romeo, district director. Wagner Community Club's Day Luncheon Style Show with fashions by "yo Darlene Grieb May 2 noon to 2 p.m. Wagner Hall Child Care Donation: $1.00 Available Mr. and Mrs. Milton Johnson of Sultan will be honored at a reception hosted by their family for their 50th wedding anniversary. Milt and Zel moved to Everett in 1937 and then settled in Sultan eleven years ago. They are well known musicians in the area having played at many night spots and clubs. Milt worked 30 years for the Weyerhaeuser Company in the sulphite mill. The reception will be held from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, May 4 at the Monroe Eagles Club. The couple requests that no gifts be given. Lady Eagles Mrs. Steve Zarana was elected president of the Three R's at the last meeting held at the home of Mrs. Gordon Keck. Other officers elect- ed were Mrs. Roy Wil- ey, vice president, Mrs. Howard Gering, treasurer and Mrs. Gordon Keck, secre- tary. The evening's pro- gram was presented by Mrs. Steve Z arana who reviewed the book, "Washington State Place Names". Members were urged to attend the state con- vention of Federated Women's Clubs at Sea- Tac Motor Inn May 7, 8 and 9. Snohomish District will provide hostesses on May 8 and district vice president from Monroe, Darlene Grteb, will serve as an usher on May 9. The next meeting will Add Sisters The Monroe Eagles Auxiliary initiated eight new sisters when it met last week and elected four more to membership to be in- itiated later. The newly initiated members are Debbte Anderson, Betty Pick- en, Hilma Hand, Gen- eva Johnson, Rosalie Aurdal, Judy Carson, Debra Dobbs and San- dra Satushek. Those newly elected to membership are Alice Graves, Yuvonne Juedes, Barbara Tay- lor and Mary Lang. Officers for the en- suing term were nom- inated and election will be held at the next meeting with installa- tion at the end of the month with the Monroe Aerie. Bowling trophies for the Lady Eagles Bowl- be a white elephant ing League will be pre- sale on May 19 at the sented at the next home of Mrs. Steve meeting at 8 p.m., Z arana. Wednesday, May 14 just prior to the for- Rehab Course mal opening Liz Fleming fromthe Monroe Convelescent Center, along with 32 other licensed practi- cal nurses andnurse's aides from Washington Plus 1-Year Parts & Labor Warranty 19%o., BIG SCREEN PORTABLE COLOR TV Modular Solid State Chassis (except 4 chassis tubes) Replaceable circuit modules Bright Picture Tube 70 detent "click" UHF tuner Instant Picture and Sound ~ ; Energy Saver Switch /" WAIl Slm,l $A| $70.00 ,NI 329'5 WP552 0LW Simulated F~eception it "INSTA-MATIC" COLOR TUNING | .... Just push one I / , o,,=.,..,, button and you I I *.tom. \ co=~ Hu, automatically / n,, ~.~ ' / balance color | I = ~ ~ intensity, I I ,.~/-,1/ I co~=t hue, contrast, I 1 i'/ ~ 1 brightness | I" ~ .cccjqt,.-and activate l I ~ ......... Automatic Fine | }/ Tuning. 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The course, sponsor, ed by the Washington State Heart Associ- ation, Fort Steilacoom Community College and Good Samaritan Hospital, was held at Good Samaritan in Puyallup. The course is de- signed to aid in the rehabilitation of interest to... by Nellie Robertson Preschool Sets Open House. The Monroe Pre- tion for the parents. school will hold an The children norm- open house from 10 to ally meet from 9:30 11 a.m. on Wednesday to 11:30, Monday and Thursday, May 7 through Thursday, and 8, at the Congre- with a teacher and gational Church, 309 parents must partial- So. Lewis, Monroe. pate one day a week. This group is an or- This is a cooperative ganization of parents preschool affiliated and young children, 3 with Everett Commun- years to pre-kinder- ity College and for fur- garten, whichprovtdes ther information call learning experiences Mrs. Marilyn Hag- in a play situation, ex- gerty at 794-4407 or ursions (fire station. ECC at 259-7151, ex- pumpkin patch) and tension 217. early childhood educa- Homemaker Week Proclaimed In Nation The first week in May has been named as National Extension Homemakers week by the National Homemakers and the Snohomtsh Court- ty Council of Extension Homemakers. There are twenty-eight clubs in the local council including four in the Snohomish area and one each in Monroe, Sultan and Skykomtsh. Mrs. Darrell Smith of Monroe is president of the Tualco Homemakers, Mrs. Martin By- ers is president of the Solbakken Homemakers in Sultan and Mrs. Bob Stevens, Skykomish is the president of the Shaggy Mares. The council president is Mrs. Margaret Hedeen of Snohomish and the newly elected vice president is Mrs. Cora Mae Walker of Sultan. The homemakers clubs are sponsored by the Snohomtsh County Cooperative Extension Service and the Washington State University Extension Service in Pullman. They are dedi- cated to making the role of the homemaker a better one through education and disseminat- ing information. The clubs also participate in community ser-I vice activities and man a booth at the Con- sumer Education Conference in Seattle each Spring. Mrs. Mary Wagner from Tualco Homemak- ers is head of the Homemakers booth at the Evergreen State Fair where consumer infor- mation and demonstrations of homemaking given. May 15 will be the County'Convention cul- minating a vigorous'and educational year. The event will be held at the Everett Yacht Club. stroke victims and of The Maltby Parent Spaghetti Feed from other persons needing Teacher Clubts span- 5 to 7:30 p.m., Thurs- this kind of help. sating a May Day day, May l, at the Malt- by School. spaghetti with sauce, * * * .... Maltby PTC - - tossed salad, garlic bread, coffee, tea or n,., r The Snohomish coun- ty Dairy Wives will May Day Spaghetti Fee and apple crisp. . from --,,,,.ovTTLer "'tllme ebek al n meet for a potluck -' Maltby School ; theTheannualprceedsdinner will luncheon, Thursday, Thursday, May 1 5 - 7:30 p.m.! go to the high school p.m., Thursday, May May 8, at the home of Families - $5 6 - 12 - $1 scholarship fund anditHall.1 at theit wtllMnrebe Friend-IOOF 1,MrS'Arllngton.RY Strotz, Route is hoped that a schol-ship Night and all of-A special feature will Adults - $1.50 Preschool - 75, arship of at least $150 (For High School Scholarship Fund) can be awarded, ricers are asked to be a personal shower wear formals, for the newly crowned r.rr,.rr],.ri.rrr=.|.iT=.z;,.rr|.r~Trl.r~= * * * Dairy Princess, Lois The Lutheran Worn- Klein. en's Missionary League of Peace Luth- The Everett Chapter eran Church will meet of the American So- at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, ciety of Women Ac- May 6, in the parish countants will hold its hall of the church, annual public relations The theme of the de- banquet, Thursday, ration is centered on May 8, at the Everett the Christian home and Yacht Club, beginning family. _ . with a social hour at A monologue by Mrs 6 p.m. followed by dtn- Salley Angel entitled, ner at 6:45. "I'm Sorry, But Reservations should I'm So Rushed" will be made as soon as be presented with dis- possible by calling Jan cussion following. Olin, 259-8178, Ever- Officers for the fol- eft Yacht Club. lowing term will be * * * elected and members, The Park Place Com- friends and guests are muntty Club will meet invited, at 12:30 p.m., Tues- Hosting for the even- day, May 6 atthehome trig will be a surprise, of Lenora Growcock. As A Gift Or For Yourseff Boxed Stationary In Pretty Prints Reg. to 1.59 Boxed Cards Printed in Decorative The Fresh Idea Company . . . Motifs... Reg. to 1.74 orse ar 115 West Main Monroe Monroe Shopping Center