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ding P Op ooroe, ' "Tra ost Now en ' e rom to do something like located at 119 West this, open up a trad- Main Street. By MICK~E HENRY 677-2219 o ing post," Mrs. Many iteme are on , Shirley Martin, owner hand at the Trading of the recently opened Post, including furnit- Pre-registratton for kindergarten wlll beheld visited Helen Sentuk in Kent. Sh~ just loves Monroe Trading Post ure, tools, applian- a~ 10 a.m., May 22. There will be an election her mobile home and is doing fine ..... Bob and said. ces, gas and electric UJ "It really ives you motors, and many i'~:~+ ~:: ~ ~:':~ of officers and discussions on the budget and a Helen Barker of Devil's Slide, Utah were week- g . substitute teacher, end guests at the John Henry home ..... The Chet a chance to get to other items. ~ ~ **** . Carlsons of Index were up for an evening of know your neigh- Mrs. Martin, whose Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel McDonald, visiting during their stay ..... Celebrating birth- bors." husband is an auto long-time resident and civic leader, were held days this week are BeckySanger, Doris Temple, And Shirley is on and truck mechanic, this week at the PUrdy and Walters Funeral Chrystelle Maloney, Henry Trenk, John Zon- hand Monday through has in the past man- Home in Everett. neveld, Matt Bishop, Iris Meyer, Jim Vorder- Saturday from 9 a.m, aged and worked in Mrs. M..Donald died in an Everett hospital 'brueggen and Minard Shepardson. Mr, and to6 p.m to chat and variety and hardware J~ii ~:I: . May 8 following a series of strokes. She is Mrs. Norm McCausland celebrated their wed- have coffee and cook- stores. ~ ........ .... survived by her husband, Walter, daughter, Mrs. ding anniversary on Wednesday. , ies with persons that She says s h e plans sto b a grand opening for ...... ~' ...... Fannye Hollister of Oregon, two step-daughters, **** P Y- . . Mrs. Jennette Denny and Mrs. Flo~'ence Pekola, Pete sez a lecture is something that makes sometime m June. ~!~iiii~ ....... lw~ a brother, Bryan Thompson of Skykomish and a you feel numb at one end and dumb at the other. M011r0e Public Sch001s . . . brother Clyde Thompson in California, plussev- = ,,, y l5 19L b enu eral grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She ~ ...... | ~__ _, ~ , ~dla . .... ~ ..... LLI will be greatly missed:** ~,~Hnua| aprmg t.oncerz - unc M I Mother Sympathy of the commtmity is extended to Mr. ~=----=--L~ Ant RJ .JJI-- I[~--L----I --, I @ _ '= and Mrs. Frank Taranttno in the recent loss of /UlllUll[ /A[- IVI IDUIU OCflOOl Monday: Goulash, Thursday: Turkey CLINA-ROCKER~ her father, v Green Beans, Hot Roll and Gravy on Whippeo T~, **** Butter. Fud ie, Potatoes, Green Peas,I " b A-Z-BOY " Sp i0J~ _ .. , .... The annual Monroe Folklore for Band by and . g Mrs. uoyce hanson nas smr~s oz rocKery ~r~dale ~hr~nl nr" ~ ~a,,mN R~ ~n,,r Milk. Bread and Butter, L ec plants and ,.,,.~?_~. ~,v~ ,,-~y.~,~ ~,,,~ ,~ Concert will be held march by King, All Tuesday: PizzaCas- Peach Crisp, Milk. znezr own containers , --= "^ C^rrot Raisin Friday: Fish Sticks I~ook ~t TV, orj,st nap that people bring **** " tonight at 8 p.m. in Aboard for Dixieland, ~vxx~,~, ~ ..... | ~sofatiringday?La-Z-Boy's -L~Ilal~-= .... 1 ^,~ u ^,.- rz...~.~ wire tartar ~auce, E- an~ h ....... the Middle Schoo The Best of George S~u, ,u~ .......... I ~e~o~r e~r~ re- .~l HqV~ _^_.~ r~.~.~ ~m. ~rencn tries, frozen II laxingmood. W'IJ 18.n~' Captain Elwood oy . o . zs w,zze, ano .~em Auditorium. M~ Cohan, Abdul the Br~u, ,~, ~,~-~. Love and her family en~ertameo cne~r morner, Wednesda "" Taco ~roccolt, Bread and I ....... Included on the pro- Bulbul Ameer, and ~ ~" S ...... Butter, Cinnamon Mrs. Berta Eby, at the Elks uAuo m Av~ounc J~urger on ~nou~ . ~,,.. gram will be selec- others. Vernon Saturday evening honoring ner vum tions by the "A", Among the choir Made Corn Meal Bun, Roll, Mdk. birthday. The grandchildren gave her a very "B', and "C' bands pieces will be sel- Buttered Corn, Pud- pretty corsage of seven rosebuds. Also at- tending were Mrs. Clyde Weeks, a sister, and as well as perfor- ections from t h e ding, Milk. mances by the sixth "Music Man", Battle Joe McCabe. grade choir and the Hymn of the Republic Officers Graduate combined seventh and and the Water isWide, Two Monroe Police Mother's Dav_ o~ Nooks and orannies: Mr. and Mrs. A1 Boffey eighth grade choir, a British folk song. Officers recently All FASHION YARDAGE spent the weekend visiting Al'sfatherinCanada. The bands will per- The event is free graduated from train- ..... Mike Kostur left for Alaska where he is form such numbers as: and Open to the public, ing schools. employed. His wife, Phyllis, is looking forward r "~ attended a week long ~.~.4~ h~L/~~~ CottOnwere $1.98Knits to joining him soon ..... Polly and Marie Alejo Officer John Holm~.n are in the Tacoma area this week ..... Floyd Remnants and Dolores R/chards have been having a good co:~rse at Olympic ~~,,~ Now $100/yd time camging and fishing in Eastern Wash- Se i o C comm,=ity Co llegeat ~ 1/2P i ington ..... Sue and Gary VanDyk and family of n r enter ~ro=or,on onAdvanoe For Kendall spent the weekend visiting at the W/l- Investigation. r ce T-Shirts A cti it/ Officer Gordon East- TankTops son Timpe home .... .Joe McCabe and Berta Eby V es man graduated froma three week course in ~