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TUESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT EVER SUNDAY I \\ Line June 3, 1971, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Five County Commissioner Charles Hill last week establish a county dump site. He encouraged promised county participation in enlarging the the city to work ,with the county in long-range present Monroe city water line serving the Ev- planning for solid wasted disposal. ergreen Fair. Discussing the problem of inadequate water S--EW N =MACH]NESt & Used Service al] makes, Home Service Viking Sewing Center| )-7 09 -Wetmo re25 29 for the fair grounds, Hill suggested either an eight-inch or ten-inch line replace the present CAr Tmu w- :::! four-inch: line, a benefit to Park Place cus- =vz /UIUIII .......... tamers as well as to the fair. -= _ . "The fair is an asset to this area," Hill An application for a | said. "I don't want to see the public and the tavern license has nUlll=lJt. / U • RreainftlsweFdTin;vYkerneMo,,rabtlh: . ' fair mana er the fair s artici ation in a new West Main Street, ac- • .......... i: /! g p p ........ • Ae.malic ou=g 'O, oar ano water line and at that time the fair was not cordmg T.o ];ne wash- • cutting chain adjustable for " • Control light or neavy-outy cutting. interested in participating m the cost and the ington State | : city didn't feel tt could go the whole route. Board. .. . I for qmck "n easy starting. : ::;:::: Mayor Jack Law added that the city couldn't Anyone WiShing m § • ,ii: i!i:: :ili Justify a $20,000 project for a $15 a month support or oppose the | : account, application may write i reliable clutch //iP ~'IWJ~IdM" ' : ::i.:::: It was agreed that the city would work up a to the Ltquor Board in II Co .in.n '{ D : Ji ;: cost estimate and then determine citv and countv Olympia at P O. Box • ,,.th, . ..... ., ,~ .,.,,,,,,, " • word'sbest "k ~u es.=,~ --i : ~ .... • h , ~ ...~ re-., ;:. : ;: " responsibility. 11 ~d. ~ ~ chain saw value! price with 14" : :;:' H" unt ....... ~ It has all the tea- bar and chlin ....:: ..... i ...... . : : . ill added that the co y was also willing . II II il I t I I '| t_-res.ouv d exn ect ::: :; ::: to participate in the cost of the city's duma KIKUMI3 I I on more expens,ve i! ' i ii!ii !i D vallC UorChstBi*bo .Sc.h °°lo,Sret';i!:::::₯, , i : : :: : :i i:! iii!i!i i : iI }:::::i:: : !" Church wUl hold a va-ing be taken for ol . ii::: ::: ii: :/i cation.Bible schoolfor Zehrs, notes Mrs. Skykom sh | Ό :- :" "'- "-' • azt ages zrom e: u m Jnes er hobart, ! LOOKING to their new worthy advisor for the quarter, Jill 8:30 p.m., June 7 church spokesman. Phone: 794-6446 I Law, center, are other officers of the Monroe Chapter of thr2ughll.. .... \-] ............." - .... t lasses wut De mr the Order of Rainbow For G rls who were metalled w th children four years old Miss Law in ceremonies Saturday. From left are Sherrie and older and work-I-'-------- - - :- --=- .... ---=--- ----- - ---:-- - ---- ---: Casey, Julie Johannsen, Kim Sofie and Gall Smith. --Staff shops are plannedfor I Margarinein I-Lb. Tubs aam s. ! __ IIJ All Regular Flavors3 oz. Pkg. Photo ,, To acquaint children I | • n i n o with Bible school, a il8 t IIIMI /" lecreat,o. Board Shows $elwatm. Arrowa ata O ethci urSat: j N k1 /$1 U U " II:://n " ' . hot dog.roast wttlbe " ..11 .... Be IRa A ,al A film, 'A Country , @i1 1 4' . II . , g PP Coyote Goes Holly- ! ,, Ult ' Interest In Buck Island wood' wUl be shown ' Harry McCloud, . " ! ' " r . " As in pas years, a I ' Interest tn purchase of part of Buck Island treasure r1°ftheAiVI°n; special crafts work- " _ -" by the Monroe Park and Recreation District shop is, planned for I • . I -,, • • Carnation Pkg. of 6 Envelopes " • was expressed by George Sieber, commission omm ttee ^ nou c`` adults. Btbleschool • • • • . - _ rl 1’ - r"/'1,4 chairman, at the city council meeting lastweek, missionaries will be I • • • • mm ! In PT nT rD l/T Pt UI" Hieber said the district had $5,500 funded the Rev and Mrs i • , mm • m • B lllO{Gll{ UI I OI ICIO( lVlall ppea m nowun from county emergency monies for use in pur- A ..... a'" - Clyde Zehr, presently : • , .. , ,,, ^.. " chasing a nearby golf course, but that efforts ...... on furlough from [] B • mm • m • B LiDDy S r a=ves oz. Hn h " JL 11~ l~/,L ~tJ.llJ.U.(:]l,.L "" - - . to purchase the property were ended w en tt .............. [] == mm • • • • _ _ memoersmp t e e r became apparent the cost would be too high. was recentl" mailed | Pfaffs Sales &- i• == | | • /. e)rt/nt Dnnrn D/4 He said there were all kinds of strings at- _ .. Y _ , i ,, • t , • : UO/ /G'I • tached to the use of the money but it may be n°WerVer, tn Y Uto e t bervlce ! . ,. ..... e po s 2709 Wetmore allowed for puchsse of land now privately owned . . __ 1 I BB I ! kH I.[ I i I1,'1 BB ] I llll II U ',11H I Green Giant I appea as ye’, we nape on Buck Island. , AI 9-2930 Asked by councUm,.n° the statusoftheswimm- you. ..... wt11 please do so to IVikin. Sewin. C.nt.r I =,._ :* ,: L P,,,. ..... l had ome re e tm:na e any notes- i - = - "_'"T---| I b | II II • s*e v ti n;" a 'ut e" cos₯"of"maintalning a - : I ..... II swimming pool after it was built. He said it's possible to build a pool through a levy, den-Committee.... ts always II . . 3Lb. Can I I Pnn_ A/_ nn I oral 'obligation bonds or and L.I.D., but it reaoy .serve mose | II II=|l_%l:ll • 1. ....w -rl "rilUU II would take a continuous levy or some other tess, mruma e,,.wtm I AILAB i I ,v.v • A..a• _ / • - l IOOO, snelcer, clomtng, means to subsidize maintenance. He commented _ ._ | ...,.... l I U • Jill:..• I K ==no ' " = an(] or, omer emer that swimming pools were notoriously money nc needs r ar-- I I'II |A | • _ • I B= tMIII • losers, ge y. a ' I Taco's, Spanish,l h n, n n JF' • less oI r ce oc ee , In another subject related to parks, Hieber + ,anA.... I Retried Beans, I II.,,1t I I U I L G I I I I I _1.1 -- B asked for and received a letter from the city a ,w~'~,~=~'~lJ~=~' ~,,Ia" I Beer or Tomato | I , v . • endorsing the Snohomish County Park Board's | Juice, Sherbert | I • _ efforts to obtain High Rock and preserve it as Gifts for the Salva- I rL'_ | ' ... . _ , ,^ a park area. tion Army can be sent I I.UU | k.nunK .una O i/Z OZ./In ."=J ~~ ' in care of McCloud, ! ITuJlnc, n^v I Nalley's Tripple Pak / • • "lk • nunou/4! I 1113 !1/I i . . i = at the Monroe branch I HII i , " _%-T# rVIOT V " I I IPota ~,rea .oao r nos Approve :onSeaBtt el Ftrst Na- B to L ~~. t Funds in the amount grammed funds for. I Table Served | I m • 11" . of $8,000 for prelim- state highway pro- I _, . I II'hlnO ULJ Kraft - All Flavors 18 oz. Btl. i e t wren uumer Wine inary engineering on j c s, " " | | lllp " , JJ ] J[i State Highway 9 at -Calendar Of Events i' ............ " : ..... ..................................... 0 W" Turners Corner and ........................................................ ~.u.u o auce from Maltby to West " " " EV[RY -- "- Vine Street were Saturday Tuesday I | I /'t I • 2/ /'),4 among requests forVFW Light a Bike Monroe Class of 1971 I CHICKEN & I IU[Bfl 8 JUIC8 a,J(, sca e highway projects clinic, 10 a.m. to 2 graduation, 8 p.m., I I /___: .......... _ ............ ...................... .... Dressing Mix Pkg. approved May 17bythe p m, Central School, MHS vmnastum. | Dlle nnMe.’ | i-: ...... :: .... z.-;: .... ;. ........................... ,, • • mr State Highway Cam- Ferry street VCednesday l ""'"""" l |Large ,ze .ca Mpe ,icers Iinnln nan On'l ..... S Aday Monroe Chapter 102 I r family style I I"!" . h h A U IIblG 1.lUll work in. me lvial.’Dy Rod and Gun Club Order of Eastern Star, ell= nnl! I nm 'rnGo , IHI; i .area sscneam. edcen- fishing derby, young-inttiatton and honor I.;$UI I I UIIIUtU • | a z?ty Degm m me sters 12 years old and fathers, 8 p.m., last |CHILDREN ADULTS | | ' ' Mission Shell or lad * I-a ! .... under, 9 a.m., Buck meet before Summer / ....... • /., ' "" uit s Ide .... . -J • • • • • me pro ecttsoneof Island. recess. Grand Chad / . - ,. I iPq°" ' .n,q a n K,pe - ZZ OZ. rKg. []lllllllli .a number of requests Monroe High School ter meets, tn Tacoma I 4 A II...._ .,._: e/ v| v v [ ot ing ..e.Np. endltures baccalaureate, 7p.m., June 24, 25 and 26. | ThriftwayCenter |/Hnn n .lllb / II i OI ~ .~( l UltOn OI pro- MHS gymnasium | SNOHOMISH 1 | ' ' ' ' Lo.. v -- _ ........................................ m .......... J. grammeu an(] unpro- . i , • - • ............................. I " _ ' • '2 Fly 12b 3hoot Kolls I [ A |UO rn,,,I Viva', 3//$100 Scott S ' r , Boat()wnerssteera "seco y "g e" |-Bulk - seasoned Jusl;R-igi t- - I /OWel- , | sailing or power vessels under the Safeco roof of com-• ]_ __ • I "" v j plete protection I . ..... I I Pork Sausage I Johnson s Floor 46 oz. Btl. J IISafeco will insure that nothing is overlooKea : your null, | ........ I a ,e --e " 1 yourmotor, you_rseils, yourtrailer._theentireboatandl -., - ,-- I..lltllrr I/1/ 2V /Lil | "ItS equl'pment. We'll, do "It without" pressure or pain" -- I All Meat - r~o r'uss• - i~1o fv~us$ •• UI# t • ull I • UF=Y- ~"u• Ulln ..... YI • IUI i and, quitelikely, we ll show you a money saving as welI. | " I I ,. ,,_I llMl IEtllll Calo 15 oz. Tins , I wnltTlel0 Koala! . . . r, ,- -- n ,x l " The Best For Shorty - Browns- ba[ UOg #OOU U/ 'II InsuranCe £te el Short ...... =-;:::::;= ........................ ! 1 Fro----; I I SKYKOMISH DUNBAF LUMBER has FREE DELIVERY Every Thursday Skykom sh Phone: 794-6446 22 oz. Btl. Lb Young Pig-Pork-Sugar Cured