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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., May 23, 1968 .L Happenings ound Duvall Mr. and Mrs. Robert Funk are the proud parents of a wee girl named Julte Ann. When she arrived on May 2, she weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Funk of Duvall and Rev. and Mrs. Francis Pitcher also of Duvall. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Pearl Ftmk and Mrs. Myrtle Pitcher both of Duvall and Mrs. Lilly Randall of Seattle. This is great grandchild number 49 for Pearl Funkl Mr. and Mrs. Perry Norman had as house guest this past week, an uncle from Spokane, Mr. Walter Sparks. Mr. Sparks went on to Vancouver, B.C. to visit with a sister. The Duvall Firemen served another 1,000 breakfasts again this year at the 7th Annual Ftremen's Breakfast. Fire Chief Ed Norman wishes to thank all those who took part in the very successful day. Funeral servies were held for John V. Free- man on Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Duvall Evan- gelical Church. Interment was in Novelty Ceme- tery. John was bern in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 27, 1914. The family moved to Mt. Vernon when John was one year old. He attended schoot there and Joined the Navy during World War Two. He met Marie Wick in Los Angeles and they were wed October 10, 1943. After the war the couple settled in Duvall. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Larry (Carol) Coby in Duvall, Katherine and Mary at the family home; one grandchild, Debbte Coby, and one brother, Melvin of Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. William Martin have given little Marcie a sister. Tammy Marie wasborn May 15. She weighed seven pounds. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stough of Duvall, Mr. Claude Martin of Duvall and Mrs. Mary Martin of Seattle. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Burwell of Rouges River, Oregon and Mrs. Stough of Toledo, Ohio. Mike Crawford Recital Slated Michael J. Crawford, a Monroe voice student at Eastern Washington State College, will be presented in his senior recital Wednesday, May 29, at 8:15 p.m. in Show- alter Auditorium at EWSC. A tenor, Crawford is a student of Dr. Ralph Manzo, EWSC professor of music. He will be accompanied at the piano by Judith Roberts, a Tonasket senior at EWSC. His program will in- clude works by Handel, Bizet, Tosti, Copland, and others. Crawford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Crawford, 249 N. Ann. A graduate of Monroe High School, he is study- ing for a bachelor of arts in educatton degree at EWSC. Shingles shabby? Chevron Shingle Stains pre- serve unpainted wood in at- tractive red, green, brown. i LLYR I S%ZOL MAN I R.S. Franats I 79-,73o3 I Standat'd Oil ComDny of California I fB bW" o all t Nursenf Evergreen Shrubs & Trees $1.19 and up Azallas $1.29 and up Rhododendrons $1.49 and up Iris (80 varieties) $ .75 and up I Man Items In Bloom I J 15520-182nd. Ave. S. El Three Babies Are New May babies born at Valley General Hospit- al include two little girls and a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Johnson of Snohomish "became parents of a baby girl on May 13. 'Named Loretta Lee, the baby weighed 7 pounds, 2 1/'2 ounces. The only baby boy horn in recent days was Raul Gutetrrez Jr., new son of Mr. and Mrs. Raul Gutierrez of Everett. Born May 14, the baby weighed 7 pounds, 151/2 OUnces. Another Snohomtsh c0ple, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Prentice, named their little girl Renee Lynn. Born May 14, she weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. Science Series Planned The Skykomish Com- munity Church announ- ces plans for special meetings to begin May 21 and continuing through May 26 at 7:30 p.m. each nigh except Saturday. Conducting the ser- vices will be Willis E. Ketthley, former sci- ence teacher, naturalist and phographer who will use illustrations from solence with an ev- angelical emphasis and approach, along with moving color slides of nature, wildlife and oth- er scientific subjects. These glimpses of Two Monroeites Are ECC State Track Qualifiers Two Monroettes will be among the 13 entrants and two relayteams that Everett Community College will send to the State Community Track Tournament in Seattle this weekend. Monroe qualifiers are Lee Otttnt who placed first in the 440 qualify- ing race held last week- end in Yakima and Rich Hartzell who placed sixth in the two-mile. Qualifying trials will begin at the University of Washington stadium at 5 p.m. Friday. The top three qualifiers in each event will compete in the finals, beginning at 1:30 Saturday after- noon. Creatlon's wonder through the camera, tel- escope and microscope are then blended with narration and inspira- tional music. Monroe School Lunch Menu May 21 - 31 Monday: Meat Patties, Hash brown potatoes, buttered corn, bread and butter, frosted cake, milk. Tuesday: Ptzzaburger, Buttered peas, Bread and butter, Dessert, Or- ange Juice, milk. Wednesday: Turkey or chicken, Potatoes and grawy, hot rolls and but- ter, Sauce, Milk. Thursday: Memorial Day, no school. Friday: Choice, tomato- vegetable or pea soup, vegetable sttcls, des- sert, milk. I Wood rot rapid? Chevron Wood Preservative protects mud sills, fence posts, grape stakes, for years. CALL V YOUR STANDA RDV OIL N Monroe R.S. Francis 794-7303 Standard Oil Company of California Graduation Cards by   Parker 45 Coronet Fountain Pen Cool and colorful Cartridge or Ink $6.95 GOING PLACES? For OVERNIGHT or AROUND THE WORLD... The perfect travel companion is styled by Tria "Travel Kits "Beach Kits "Pu rse Kits "Evening Purse "Gift Sets "Heather Mist Sachets $1.25 - $2.00 - $2.50 "Men's Travel Kits A.or,. Color ,]J. 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Attending were the Mesdames Inez Cook, Melvin Armstrong, Charles Thomson, John Weir, Bessie Foye, Mildred Marcear, Jen- nie Wilson, Walter Wil- son, Bea Boyden, Les Brady, Jake Mortensen, Henry Dirks, Jolm Am- stutz, Verner Bensen, John Stuber and Miss Alice Louden. Assisting as co-host- ess was Mrs. Dora Bleor. Mrs. Ma:ccear will hold the club's next meeting at 12:30 p.m., June 13. GLASS INSTALLED-- (For Auto and Home) MONROE HARDWARE dent; Mrs. David Meeds, secretary, and Miss Claressa McPoland, treasurer. Committee chairmen named were Mrs. Earl Graden, penny drive; Mrs. Glen Armstrong, work chairman and Mrs. Melvin Arm- strong, reporter. In other business con- ducted by retiring pres- ident Mrs. Jack Hen- sley, penny drive funds from bambino envelop- es and decorated cakes were counted. A total of $105.70 was record- ed and Mrs. Hensley announced that if any- one still has an envel- ope it may be returned at the office of Miss McPoland, 112 North Lewis. 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