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Page Ten, Monitor, Monroe, WA, May 1, 1975 Contributions total- N ew s F re rn ing $325 were added to the East County Senior Center building By MICKIE HENRY 677-2202 fund drive last week. School News: The Senior Ball, "Noche De Amor", was held at the school last Friday night. Members of the senior class tastefully decor- ated the gym for the semi-formal annual af- fair in a Spanish decor complete with painted scenes, handmade crepe paper flowers and a pin- ata. The Junior-Senior banquet was held at the school on Thursday night with barbecued chick- en as the entree, prepared by ale Olsen. Plans to have something different this year with a bar- beoue dinner at the ball park had to be changed to the school site due to inclement weather. The baseball team has two more home games at the ballpark scheduled for May 1 and May 8. The East County Senior Center in Monroe suggests sending a mini-bus that will have a seating capacity of twelve people to Sky once or twice a week to take seniors to Monroe for lunch or shopping or continue on to Everett for those who have doctor's appointments. How many would be interested in this sort of arrangement? Let us knowI On Wednesday night 19 members, substitutes and guests of the two ladies' pool teams drove to Redmond for a Chinese dinner, an annual af- fair at the conclusion of the season. Those enjoying the gala occasion were: Beve Monaghan, Gina Haman, Judy Myers, Joyce Timpe, Eddie Peter, Linda Steele, Betty Mona- pan, Pat Allred, Katy Fosterling, Edna Co- in, Patty Pierce, Judy Messerly, LaVerne Williams, Wilma Roberts, Verla Towns, Betty Quinlan, Mickie Henry, and Millie Pollow. Nooks and crannies: Ms. Dianne Wilson and the music students served a potluck supper for members of the Navy band before their Tues- day night performance at the school. Every- one who attended the concert enjoyed the spark- ling repertoire .... Don't forget the town meeting the night of May 5 for a discussion on a water system for Skykomish .... Alice Monaghan is home from an Everett hospital following surgery. Alice and Irv now live in Sultan .... Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lochmann have purchased the home form- erly owned by the late Mabel Stanton McDonald. The Lochmanns have three kiddies and have rented in Sky for some time .... Betty Austin visited briefly in town last Wednesday on her way to Seattle .... Taking advantage of the low tides over the weekend were the Wilson Timpes, the Elmer Peters and the Barney Bertrands and families who went to Moclips for clam digging .... The ale Olsens traveled to Sun Lakes / / ~ t~ a m1 HOUSE PAINT PREMIUM EXTERIOR LATEX Available in 1740 Coiorizer Colors No cracking, fading or peeling Superiorcolor retention Tough, weather resistant coating Gallon 2 GAL FOR e Some custom colors higher Reg. ADDITIONAL SAVINGS ON OTHER QUALITY BOYSEN PRODUCTS PRIMERS ENAMELIZEO HOUSE PAINT PORCH AND DECK ENAMEL PLASOLUX gal. 7.75 Save 3.20 Where the customer is the company UNDERCoATER Second Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 with their trailer for fishing but found it too windy to even get a boat on the lake. They met friends there and enjoyed the outing and a good visit .... Mr. and Mrs. Russ Kvam and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry returned on Sunday night from an Elks club tour to Reno. None came home any the richer for it, but they enjoyed a stage show and won't easily forget the man clad in a ladies' negligee whom they encountered in their hotel room .... You were promised the answer this week to the puzzle of the fisherman out in the Sky river casting endlessly day and night. It seems there is an old piece of piling re- sembling a man in the river, and ingenious Pat Monaghan rigged it up in fisherman's garb including a unique method that cause his fish- pole to raise and lower with the current. Look for it .... Sam and Sue Gale Jordan, accompanied by friends, recently returned from a five-day trip to Reno. They had a great time, but they didn't strike it rich either .... Gert Dedrick and Don Flynn both had birthdays this week. Pete sez: "An aquaintance is a person we know well enough to borrow from, but not well enough to lend to." The latest donations pushed the effort to $7, 765. The local Center is attempting to raise $20,000 to remodel new facilities at the former Vasa Hall Manor House, Frozen Prices effective Wednesday April 30th thru Saturday May 3rd, 1975. Sales in retail quantities only. or Broccoli Spears, hi-air 10 oz. t WKidney Beans ';;' 3,,.,,.,.Sl t Baked Beans . ,,,.,.. 65' t Chili Makin's .... ,,,,,,.. 44' Saltine Crackers "' ..,,.. 49' I BUSY ,.. Snackers ........ ,.. 49' i Iced Tea Mix .. (..,.,,, ..,. Sl" Grade AA Medium 6 oz. 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