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June 3, 1971

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By Mtckte Henry 677-2219 A summer schedule for Skykomtsh Community Church will begin June 6 with the workship service commencing at 10 a.m. rather than 11. Sunday school will be replaced for the Summer months by a bible club to be held one after- noon a week. Exact date and time will be announced later. A very successful junior pro- gram has just been completed with 18 students registered to attend Mirac!e Ranch Camp in August. The church has awarded four camp scholarships with Greg Toler and Diana Cole winning the two first places; Barbara Irish and Danny Boffey winning the two second place scholarships. Other students attending camp will be Dawn C0rdell, Shannon Toler, Patti Williams, Joyce Joselyn, Shert Anderson, Janie Walls, Juli Anderson, Bryan Auckland, Jerry Daniels, Keith and Kathy Land, Mike McCaus- land, Paul Williams and Larry Boffey. Also, watch for posters announcing vacation bible school to be held in mid-July. ****$ Commencement exercises for Skykomtsh High School were held in the school auditorium Thurs- day evening, May 27. The six seniors who were graduated were" Kay To!er, valedictorian, Dtanne Edgar, salutatorian, Bob Bishop, Greg Boffey, Brad Follow and Monty Richter. Fol- June 3, 1971, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Nine PUD Pays Tax Of $422.399 ,o.. SHOP & SAVE Snohomlsh C ounty 1970. Auto-Home Owners Public Utility DistrictNinty six per cent of Cornm ssloners have the tax will be return-Wakefield Insurance authorized payment of ed to the respective Agency $442,399 to the Wash- counties for dtspensa- For an appointment in Ington State Depart- tlon to cities and ,our home phone. ment of Revenue as the towns, school dis- FUD's Washington tricts, and for county 7944366 State Excise Tax for improvements. Evenings, Soturdoy& the calendar year Sunday BUILDING MATERIALS & HARDWARE Division of Snohomish Lumber Co. N. lowing the addresses of the valedictorian and salutatorian, school Principal Dallas Parks pre- sented the Mike Sarginson award to Brad Follow, the F.T.O. scholarship to Greg Boffey, the Axel MONROE JAYCEES admire the huge trophy they brought Fredertckson Memorial Award to Kay Toler and home from the state convention awarded for the club's work theBettyCrockerawardtoDianneEdgar. Com- CASH & A R/T Y SPECIALS mencement speaker, Dr. Leon Aller of Sno- in international involvement. The trophy was one of sev- homtsh, gave a very interesting address fol- eral awards won by the club. Shown with the trophy are the lowed by the presentation of diplomas by School club's new board of directors, from left front, Mark Olander LARGE Superintendent Robert Fay. PE RFORATED SELECTION ***** and Ben Magnuson president; and from rear left, John Reich, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bishop entertained a group I..E. Jochimsen (international projects chairman) and Don ECONOMY of relatives and friends following graduation Thomas.--Staff Photo CTUDS exercises in their home. A buffet lunch was D RAI N served themanywhoattendedtheevent.***** Monroe Jaycees Win Stale frophy Mr. and Mrs..A1 Boffey have as guests Mrs. PIPE Bert Boffey of Creston, B.C., Mrs. Howard 2s/4..x15 $499 Pierce of Fremont, Indiana and Mr. and Mrs. Displayed at various businesses- Jochimsen were first runners up for WSq. Ft. t .............. Vernon Clark and son Jerry of Tacoma. All tablishments here over the next sev- the Kern Award for the outstanding 4"x 10" Ft. 4" x15 Full th~.k $3 attended Gred Boffey's graduation exercises, eral weeks will be a huge silver Jaycee couple tnthe state. =S .Ft. 0 ............. ***** trophy won by the Monroe Jyacees Monroe Jaycees delegates at the Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gallagher spent theweek- for their international involvement state convention worked to elect Jim ! end visiting the campuses of Washington Stateprojects over the past year. Donner of Snohomish as statepresi- I University at Fullms.n and Central WashingtonThe Jorgenson- Hardman trophy dent butwere unsuccessful. Don- State College at Ellensburglooking into the hone- for International Involvement and her was named the outstanding ing situation prior to Dave's fall enrollment, several other awards were won by United States director. His region, 3 TAB medium Mrs. Frank Gallagher of Burton stayed with the the chapter at the recent Washing-which encompasses all Jaycee chap- weight little Gallagher boys while their parents wereon ton State Jaycee convention in Ya-ters in Snohomlsh, Skagit, What- 240-LB. trip. kima. com and Island counties, placed let Quality, No Defects ***** Monroe Jaycees, who placed fir- seventh out of 250 regions in national 3 colors-Green Yellow & White Mrs. Valeria Sarginson and daughters Dolores teenth out of 124 chapters, won two standings. Super Sealdon sq. ft., 8 ft. sheet and Gerry were in an auto accident in Seattlefirst places and a second for the Those attending from Monroe, in Choice of last week when the Sarginson car was htt broad- records and recognition awards andaddition to the Jochimsens, were 12 Colors WIGGLE BOARD 10 et . side by another motorist. Mrs. Sarginson has second place for the outstandingpro- the Messrs and Mesdames Ed Beng- SQ. been released from the Seattle General Hospital ject of the year in connection ston, Bob McCarty, John Martin, ........... :where she had b.en confined with injuries as their swimming pool efforts; Ben MagnUson, Roy Keenan, Bill New Pr~ ' ' a result of the accident, addition, Mr. and Mrs. L.E. (Kay) Davisson and Dean Harnlss. PLYWOOD Mrs. Joyce Hanson was certainly surprised SHEATHING ,x, Thursday night when the fully-manned city fire 8 & l0 ft. lengths Ea truck pulled up to her house with the siren | 4 x 8 x 3/8CDX ......... $2.72 ..... waging. There was no fire. Members of the William Miller of In his new capacity, Installed- m 4x8x I/, CDX ........ $342 R l II II iIm al volunteer department brought refreshments, Forest Grove, OregonMiller will be direct- For Auto and Home J H ,x,x ,cox ........ U L II III 'IL h Sl ul a money collection, and a gift for Joyce inhas been named Gen- ly responsible for all Monroe Hardware H 4xex3/4CDX... ..... .86 ['a t'Few 15a' s-- Hurry! | appreciation of her work on the new lawn oneral Telephone's Ev- General Telephone Main Street. erett district maria- service operations tn- ger, according to G.F. cludtng equip m e n t Whatever is happbntng to our bears lately? James, area general planning, matnten- , m The critters are getting a little out of hand.manager, once, installations, Wayne Williams was out by Profftt's Point look- In his new post, he construction and all ing for mushrooms when a bear took after him will be responsible forbusiness activities. and che.sed him to his car. He didn't argue telephone operations the point. Then up in Scenic the Don Waiters in I0 north Snohomish had their garbage cans locked in the garage County exchanges in- The March of Dimes when alon came Mr. Bruin - tipulty, tipptty- cluding Monroe, SUl- reports that smoking and tore garage door right the hinges, tan, Skykomish and during pregnancy is And these are the bare facts! Stevens Pass. associated with lower BLEND SLEEPWEAR ***** Miller previously birth weight. Nooks andcranntes; The kiddies' flshtngderbywas district manager in Maloney Creek on opening day, chairmaned in the Forest Grove I WE WILL BUILD I by Roy Gale, was pronounced a huge success, area. Everett is the Winners will be announced in the next edition largest of the 15 dis- I On Your Lot I of the paper...Mr, and Mrs. Wilson "Ttmpe, tricts in General of [ C~lorWrite [ son ,Tim, and Katy Fosterltng spent the week- the Northwest's five- end fishing at Westport. The ladies caught state operating area. I FREE BROCHURE I all the fish, too!...Fat Burns and Mel Rake Former Everett Dis- have been painting Pat's house...Judy Joselyn trict Manager Jack I Ov=r 30 PlansI entertained one day last week with a farewell Olson has been pro- | 3 Bdrm. from $11,995 I party for. Jan Essary...Former Sky student rooted to the position I0'CONNOR a CRONINI Mike Pastey will be graduated Friday evening, of program develop- I Since Z939 I June 4 from Interlake High School at the Seattle ment manager in the 1 3s3- 04 mooHwy. 99 So., I Center Opera" House. Mike received a basket- company's general I ever=it ' | ball scholarship to Bellevue Comm mtty College. offices. 44% DACRON@ POLYESTER/32% NYLON/24% COTTON S-M-L $ 00 ,/ Congratulations, Mike[...Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leu of Edmonds, Mrs. Dorothy Conrad and Mrs. Lucille Polo of Seattle were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Helen Park. Don't forget the June 8th meeting of the Skykomish Commun- Get a "head start" on your college education tty Development project at the school. Enroll in Summer School at !lllllllllmllll.lllll, EVERETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE June 21 - August 13 S-M-L More than 100 different day and evening courses including Chemtsti'y Design New and Used Cars Math :Photography Biology Speech History Spanish Psychology Tennis Accounting Swimming Teen Sewing Golf And Many More G8441 E Apply NOW For Admission G6490 Registration: Monday, June 14 S-M-L Saturday, June 19 G6362 $ 00 54th and Evergreen Way For complete information, call the Registrar, 259-7151, Ext. 256 Everett 353-1192 EVERETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE ,mnmuunmmmnnmmmmmammmmmummmnD=nmmmmnmu EVERETT, WASHINGTON 108 W. Main St. MONROE 794-7571 .--_--_ ----_--_- --_----_-- ---- -_--_-- --_ "x