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And yet, while most of us are only too ready to • apply to others the cold wind of criticism, we are I somehow reluctant to give our fellow man the warm • sunshine of praise• To give praise coststhe giver • nothing but a moments thought and a moments eft- • art to bring happiness into other peoples lives and • also enjoyment in our own. Janet Graham IGerbers Baby Glass I OO dDiscount At larry's Salvadalena Memorial P lanned At St. M ary s A memorial mass will be held at 9:30 a.m. Sat- urday in St. Mary's Catholic Church, 307 North Madison, for Ed- ward R. Salvadalena, 39, a former Monroe resid- ent who fell from a sailboat and drowned in San Francisco Bay dur- ing a sailing regatta May 12. Mr. Salvadalena, a star News From Sky Diesel smoking? .n.  A r I. Chevron Diesel Fuels burn clean, increase injector life; triple fuel filter life. CALL Y( R -r, "' ,( J4" "::. Nonroe R.S. Francis 794-7303 *Standard Oil Company of California rugby player, was one of four sailing the boat "The Whisper" when a strong gust of wind hit the craft md caus.d him to fall, the San Fran- cisco Coast Guard learned. A member of the Olym- pic Club in San Fran- cisco, he was owner of a San Francisco physio- therapy office and made his home in Tiburon, California. Born in Monroe, he graduated from Monroe High School in 1947. He attended Everett Junior College and was agrad- uate of Stanford Untver- sity. Survivors are his wife, Jo Anne, of Tiburon, his father, Gus Salva- dalena, Everett, sis- ters, Mrs. Virginia Dtckmeyer, Monroe, Mrs. Dale Craven, Ed- monds, Mrs. Lillian Timm aud Mrs. Alice O'Neil, Everett, and a brother, Henry of Pas- COo 39¢ By Mickie Henry 677-2219 The Town & Country Christian Women's Club held a dinner Wednesday evening for mothers and daughters rather than their regular luncheon. At the well-attended affair Mrs. Dan Cook of Whtdby Island had a very interesting doll col- lection to show the guests. She gave the history of each one with the most interesting old dolls being those with china heads, hands and feet, and kid leather bodies. Young and attractive Mrs. Darlene Bursell was the guest speaker. At the regular meeting of the Town Council a request was made by Roy Gale, proprietor of Maloney's Store, to be allowed to obtain a license to sell beer. A public hearing has been set for Wednesday, May 22, so that the towns- people may voice their opinion in the matter. In other business of the meeting the council was advised by Mayor Freestad that the town's share of thd Forward Thrust program in King County will be approximately $3,900 for parks and $4,800 for arterial streets. This money will be received as the result of a bond issue voted by the people of King County. ***$** At the annual Chamber of Commerce fishing derby in the 10 to 12 year age bracket Tenna Blaine won 1st prize, Terry Pollow, 2nd, and Paul Williams, 3rd. In the 7 to 9 year bracket Denny Meyer won 1st, Bryan Philbrick, 2nd and Shannon Beedle, 3rd. Tony Beedle was 1st prize winner for the little kiddies with Paul Kraus 2nd, and Julia Anderson 3rd. Refresh- ments were served, and there were squeals of delight when a youngster caught a fish, and many tangled fishing lines, but all had a good time. *$**** Miss Mary Ward of New York City spent the week visiting her sister, Mrs. Don Waiters, at Scenic. After a visit with herparents in Spokane, Mary plans to return to New York City where she will enroll in Hunter College. The home of Mrs. Clarlse McCausland was the setting for a bridal shower for Miss Linda Stonehocker who plans a June wedding to Michael Lake of Startup now with the U.S. Army. Giving l reserves" Asst" d"m 5 "L-Z ¢i the shower in addition to Mrs. McCausland were Standby evening to-  o] A =. 12oz. TinA  I rs. wdts LunchoonMeat 3 U pin for Joan O'Reilly and Carol McCausland. After an of games and refreshments the bride- to-be opened her many lovely gifts. Mrs. Wilma Roberts was awarded a five-year her services in the Crusade for the • American Cancer Society. She would like to • thank all of the members of her committee for • their outstanding performance. Scene Around Sky: It was men's night Tuesday for the regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star. The refreshments of hamburgers and potato salad they served after the meeting con- vinced the girls the men should be on per- manently. . . Mr. and Mrs. Chet Miller of Bellingham were overnight visitors Thursday. Chet attended Past Master's night at the Masonic Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. William McLees of Whldby Isl'and and Mr. Lloyd Gray of Arlington were visitors of Mrs. Alice McLees this week. Mr. Gray, Mrs. McLees' brother, was on his way to Minnesota where he plans a three month visit with relatives. Two of our pinocle clubs were entertained "this week -- one at the • home of Mrs. Joan O'Reilly and one at Virginia Vaughn's. Pete is sorta wondering what the response will be to that ad he heard on radio this week: "Seattle City Light will pay you $75 for that old pain in the neck you have around the house. ' ?? 3 or$1 Lge. Tin White Star Tuna Discount At Larry's Lge o • C o ro n et Facia, Ti=ues 4/$1| i BImln0n0SGoldenFirm ,bs.29€ Nalleys Asst. Slads 3/$1j Rhubnrb Wine"ed 2,b,.25€ H u n ts o_,eo., ,ge. 2,/ 4/$1i Real Gold Orange 7/$1j May 23,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Five Wally Turner Seeks Second District Seat Wally Turner, an Everett businessman, yester- day announced his candidacy on the Republican ticket for congress in the second congressional district. The seat is currently held byCongress- man Lloyd Meeds, a Monroe product and a for- mer long-time member of the Skykomish Valley business community. Turner, 52, has been an Everett resident since 1954, moving to that city after working in the Middle East as a management analyst for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in Beirut, Lebanon. He holds a master's degree from the Uni- versity of Minnesota and has attended the Uni- versity of California Law School. Turner is married and the father of three children. /_ ,,aycees (ro,n PaLe l) Jaycee Fair Mates who will also be instal- led are Mrs. LaVere Jochimsen, state direct- or; Mrs. Bill Davisson, secretary, and Mrs. Dean Harniss, treasurer. Guest speaker for the evening will be Bob Thornton, president of the Washington State Jaycees. A reception is planned following the program for Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Koll, long active Jaycees who are moving to Maine in June. President elect Harniss and retirning presi- dent Bill Davisson note the public is invited and extend a special invitation to all in the comm, mtty between the ages of 21 and 35. A 6:30 p.m. social hour will precede the 7:30 banquet. Reservations may be made with Davisson at 794-8257. Bearcat (From Page l) Bonga himself was 2 for 2 including a double, but neither hit figured in the Monroe scoring. "The second game saw the Orange and Black jump on Concrete's ace rtghthander Rob Gregory for ten hits as they pounded out a 10-5 win. Jim Armstrong, Michel, Parkman, Arrington all contributed two hits apiece to the Monroe attack which found the Bearcats ahead 10-2 going into he last inning. Three consecutive Lion singles, with an outfield error on the last-one, enabled two runs to score and the third tally scored on an inteld out. "Arrington gave up ten hits enroute to his sixth league win against one setback. The young rlghthander tired a little in the seventh inning of an extremely warm day in Concrete and had just recently lost a tough game Drab got you down? C. Boggs Passes Funeral services for Charlie W. Boggs, 45, of Chevron Colored Coatings Everett, a former Sky- decorate and waterproof komsh Valley resident, Protect better, last longer, were held here May 16 CALLIIIYCJR following his death May TANDA''0Tr. MAN 12 at home. IN*:iiiiJi::Monro® Mr. Boggs was born on March 11, 1923 in • R.S. Francis Sultan and lived in the 794-7303 Sultan and Monroe area *Standard Oil Company of California all of his life. For the past 15 years he had been employed by the State Department of jTip Top 6/$1 V 49¢ i l Survivors are his wlfe, Orange a n o Spray Starch Reg. 79¢ Violet; a son, Mark of :::::::::::::::::: ..... ========================== C 4n4°='39¢! Sultan; three daughterS,Mrs. James (JanLce) jDarigold 79¢ rescent ,o:k Popper Mrs. Clancy of Moses Lake. 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