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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA, June 12, 1975 ! /i~i?~ L : ;i;i~i~ i; NEARLY THREE thousand valleyites blessed the grand opening and made welcome last week- end the Adrian Taylors, owners and operators of Monroe's new Ben Franklin Variety Store in the Monroe Shopping Center. Here for the ribbon cuttin ceremony, were, left to right, Kenny Heutmaker, a cousin of the Taylor's, son Adrian Junior, daughter Tracy and puppy Ben whose partner, Franklin, somehow escap- ed the camera, Howard Filmar, Ben Franklin representative for store ftxturing and layout, Deanna Taylor, Dick Shaw, Ben Franklin area superintendent, Mrs. Clyde Simon, Deanna's mother who was given ribbon cutting honors, Dick Murray, real estate negotiator, Adrian Taylor, Barry Perry, real estate negotiator for the BF Western region, Monroe Mayor Grace Kirwan, Bill Lowder, BF's merchan- dising and operations manager for the Wes- tern Region and Chris Heutmaker. Other guests from out of town not pictured were,Clyde Simon, Deanna's father and his mother Bertha Simon. --Staff Photo Meeds Tells onies ore Questionnaire The Monroe Jaycee a triple and three Guild. _ Pony baseball squad doubles during four Mrs. Soderblom said Nll nm posted two more vtc- trips to the plate. He she has been interest- v utt, UI I I G tories last week in punched in three runs ed in art and creative their flawless assault as well as scoring work ever since she Congressman Lloyd on the league title, three times himselL was a child. Meeds released the The local pony team Rod Drivsteun slam- She recently fulfilled results of hisl975con- whipped Dium Con- med in four moreruns her dream when she stituent questionnaire struction last Friday, and Jeff Larson won took lessons at Cot- in a newsletter to res-10-3, and topped Duce the mound assignment. tags Arts in Snohom- idents of the Second Realty, 8-1, last ........ ish. Congressional Dis Thursday. ChucKer Jezz weber Working with oils, - Tonight, Thursday, allowed only two hits Mrs. Soderblom says " Ieeds said the 14 the Jaycee group is and tossed 12 strike- her family ts her 000 resnondents to the slated to meet Sultan outs during the Duce harshest critic, f4ffh nu,1 district on thelocal high school duel. Both Drivsteun The two new displays .......... Join a host of others wide questionnaire field, beginning at 6 and Rob Lentz were were nrimarilv con p.m., coach Phil Lentz two for three at the that are hung at var- --------Z'--,'*h "onomic said. plate and shoved in locations -- uroblems but disa- Joe Dickinson led the two runs a peme. : ] U'oughout town. ,,-ood ,,-h,,w Cnn ,r, =s local sluggers in the The Jaycees now own Other displays, hould"attac"k infl%t on Dtum Construction a 6-0 league slate and showing through June and unemployment victory as he rapped 11-0 season mark. include:Everett FederalJtm POpesav_at Responsdents also I , trigs and Loan and Val- expressed view on I -' \_ ' ' I ley Optometric; Jo- energy, berryptcking | (( - ....... I by children under 12 | I Anne Greenewald, and creation of an A1- / \ _ | Monroe Clinic; Gene- vieve Tuck, Seattle pine Lakes Wilderness | | | Area. /. Men's i- l First National Bank; "I'm very grateful / / " - I I Ha|dis and Linda Me- to all the people who I .% nlrt_ " I I Lennan, Monroe Con- took the time to fill I L v - valescent Center; Bill out and return this | A f dol II I "'z'UU ll erett; Sue W alcker, qu #.t isr n Monroe City Hall; to me in keeping in [ | Carol Deach, East touch with the desires | | County Senior Center. and views of Second | #lU I ,ltu [ | Works by a new ar- District residents." J sizes 30-38 J II ttst are added to the- He said the newslet- I .... . ,w II II I II round-robin at the ter will be re"ileal in| I .UU || begtnningmonth. A Ofcompleteeach the next few days. | _ I I schedule fortherest GLASS, JE RY'S "" of the year is avail- able at First Mutual Savings Bank. LLED-- .... / Men s & Boys Wear ;' r Au[o aria =tome/ l ,, NROE H RDWAR [ 111 W. Main 794-4444 Proper inflation is " the most important factor in tire safetYand tire mileage. Wl W( I, ) .... 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(Some jockey.} Jane has been "up" on Shanyaman during most of his racing life and was the navigator during his Winning streak at Portland. Put these two together and you might just have one of the best rider-horse combinations at Longacres. We'll see later since Jane is scheduled to work as his contract rider. About the horse, Jim Bloom, Shanyaman's trainer, says: "He's a nervous horse but gentle and Jane knows how to handle him. They just seem to get along well with each other." Jim should know the horse since hebrokehim to ride as a two-year old and has had him ever since. There is no cause to worry that he may be lost in a claiming race since Bloom pointed out, "We'll never race him 'for the tag' (nom de course for claiming) but we'll start himwhen conditions are right and if he stays sound we'll race him in any race he's qualified for." Jim has "monkeyed" with horses for many years but got started as a public trainer only after he attended a race meet with a friend of his. After that he was hooked. He has had his own public stable for more than a decade and plans to continue in the future. Shanyaman is his star and With Jane riding we should soon have a star-studded show some time in the near future. JOHN FISHER, DUVALL INVENTOR, in- spects a completed model of his latest brainchild, the Heat-Finder. The device installs in a fireplace and draws cool air from the room through the large box-like heat exchanger and discharges the heated air back in to the room. According to Fisher, the device is easy to install, saves on heating bills by making use of otherwise wasted heat, and is relatively inexpensive to purchase. The idea for the Heat-Finder, which is manufactured local- ly, came to Fisher during the energy crunch a couple of winters ago and has Intereste been in the developmental stage until six months ago when it was first put on the market. There is a display model of the invention at Day's Furniture in Monroe. --Staff Photo