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Page Two, Monitor, Monroe, WA., June 16, 1977 News From Sky .( By Miekie Henry 677-2202 Mayor Joyce Timpe has made application to the General Services Administration for a Caterpillar bulldozer for use at the city dump and for winter snow removal. There are reportedly some of the machines available in Alaska that may be obtained by municipalities, who are required to pay the transportation costs. For your convenience the Skykomish Post Office lobby will remain open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday according to O.I.C. Donna Gibson. The lobby will remain closed on Sundays. School News: Gert Dedrick, high school teacher, has re- tired this year. Gert tells us she is the only one, ever, to retire in this school district after reaching mandatory retire- ment age...The teacher's "cottage" is being remodeled, according to Marc and Kathy Schulter, who occupy the cottage along with their small son, Sean...The youngsters who worked to earn money for a trip to Disneyland have had to postpone the trip until next year after it was discovered they were short of funds for the trip by the time they had paid all of their bills in connection with operating the theater. They are still dedicated, however, and plan to continue with projects aimed at a later trip. Gert Dedrick's son-in-law, Dr. Gerald Sanders, received his degree of Doctor of Medicine in impressive ceremonies held Saturday night, June 4, in Kane Hall on the University of Washington campus. Dr. Hall and his wife, Trudy, will live in Charleston, South Carolina where he will complete his internship. Douglas Gibson received a degree in Pharmacy in Roethke Auditorium on the Univeristy of Washington campus on Friday night. Dang was called to the stage to receive an award for highest scholastic achievement in his fraternity, Kappa Psi, and was told that his name was to be inscribed on a placque in Bagley Hall as a result of this honor. Following the ceremonies, the graduating seniors and their parents attended a dinner-dance at the Hilton Hotel. Doug is the son of Mr. andMrs. Earl Gibson. Nooks and Crannies: About 50 people from Skykomish, along with other area friends, spent from a weekend only to up to 10 days at Pacific Beach digging razor clams. While some rented cottages, others stayed in their campers or trailers...Ted and Barb Ryder attended the Mariners baseball game in Seattle on Friday night...The Volunteer Fire Department is seeking two new permanent members to fill their quota...Betty Monaghan, along with her brother and sister-in-law, attended the wedding of their niece in Seattle on Saturday night... Carol Brossart and two of their children from North Dakota arrived in time to go clam digging with Ham and Joyce Hanson and the others from Sky at Pacific Beach. Joyce's niece Teresa Springer, who was just graduated from high school, went home with Carol and the children when they returned to North Dakota...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gibson attended commencement exercises for their nephew Doug Gibson in Seattle on Friday night and afterward went to dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gibson...Last week Laura Henry celebrated her birthday. This week those celebrating wedding anniversaries are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Walls, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steele, and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Galbreth. Letter to the Editor: The chaperones of the Monroe High School graduation trip commend the class for its exemplary behavior, sense of responsibility and attitude. We are proud to have been included in their festivities and feel these young people are surely a credit to their parents, school and community. Our hats are off to the class of '77. Judy and Bob Smith Sharon and Ray Thompson Shirley and Harry Lemke Sandy and Dennis Larson Mildred and George Ness 15316 182nd Street Monroe, Washington SAYING FAREWELL--Monroe School District Supt. Roy Cottam, center presented certificates of ap- preciation to retiring educators Kathleen Barker, left, and Orv II Isenberg, right. Teachers, adminis- trators and citizens gathered at the Frank Wagner Elementary multi- purpose room Friday to say good- bye. Curley-Johnston stretched its unbeaten record to 9-0 last week, defeating a pair of up-valley teams and retaining its perch atop the 11-12 year division in Monroe Athletic Association Little League baseball. Building a 5-0 lead after three innings, the Curley-John- ston team had to rely on a Sultan error which scored Brian Cottrell in the sixth to take a narrow 6-5 margin over Sultan. Brett Felix and Mark Protasiewicz did the scoring honors for C-J, with Felix scoring three on a homer and Protasiewicz driving in another two on a long ball. Sultan's comback was led by Shawn Stucker's three run homer in the fourth, followed by two more in the fifth to knot the score. Brian Cottrell found himself in the hero's spotlight in the bottom of the sixth with two out, when he stole third and headed for home on a Sultan error. Pitcher Jason Barker was credited with the win. The team had an easier time against Startup, winning 23-3. Swinging heavy wood in that game were Phil Vander- weyst, Rusty Hunt, Jerry Huck, and Scott Wright. Scott (Mighty Mac) McDaniel was winning pitcher. In other 11-12 year division games, Sultan smacked Circle Realty, 16-3 and Stoen's decimated Gold Bar 10-1. Shawn Stucker's grand slam homer sparked the Sultan win. Stucker also smacked another homer in that game. Don Donovan hit a triple and a single and winner pitcher Bryce Ramsey had a double. Chris Senner, David Meeds and John Griggs hit triples for Circle Realty. Gregg Larson and Jan Kuhnhenn led Stoen's with two hits apiece in their win over Gold Bar. Thor Thompson and Randy Hughes had triple sackers for the winners. Stevens and Sartaice had the only hits for Gold Bar. Mike Siler was the winner pitcher. Nosegay Shop In New Location Moving to their new loca- tion at 121 E. Main St. in Monroe has given Ray and Betty Pate, owners of the Nosegay shop, a bit more Bm Davis Graduates Cum Laude Honors Bill Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis of Monroe, graduated cum laude recent- ly in commencement cere- monies at the Northwest Col- lege of Assemblies of God. He received a bachelor of arts degree. Davis, a 1967 graduate of Monroe High School, served two years with the United States Marine Corps, includ- ing a tour of duty in Viet Nam. Class of '52 Holds Reunion, June 25 The graduating class of 1952 is planning its 25 year reunion with a no-host cock- tail hour from 6 to 7 p.m., and dinner from 7 to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 25 at the BetO, Pate, Owner Eagles club on North Lewis room for their large selection St., Monroe. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY of flowers, gifts and floral For further information call Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post arrangements. Sis Raben Zurfluh at 794- The expansion has allowed 7174 or LaRae Warren Holm Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of them to add a bridal corner, at 794-6574. March 3, 1898. MEMBER offering a complete line of Reservations for dinner wedding day accessories, ac- must be made on or before cording to Mrs. Pate. The June 20. IMIA lIPNAIL store also services weddings with a line of floral arrange- Harv Nelson IVE fill PN,4PER ments, corsages and bouton- As,~o;lation - Founded 1885 nieres. On Dean s list ,, In addition to the live and Laurence H. Harv Nel- SUBSCRIPTION RATES cut flowers, the shop sells son of Monroe has been Skykomish, Snohomish and Snoqualmie Valleys, candles, figurines, porceline named to the dean s list for $7.50 per year. Outside the valleys, $8.50 perand dried flowers, Mrs. Pate the 1977 Spring semester at said. Flowers may be wired the University of Idaho at year. Legal and Official Newspaper of the City of anywhere in the United Moscow. Monroe, Town of Skykomish, Snohomish County States, Canada and Europe Nelson takes courses in the Fire Protection District No. 3, King County Fire via the Florafax system, she school's college of engineer- Protection District No. 50, Public Hospital Dis- trict No. 1,/Monroe School District No. 103, Highland Water District, and Skykomish :School District No. 404. Address all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, Monroe, Washington 98272. ing. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Nelson of Monroe. said. The Pates have operated the Nosegay shop in Monroe for 11/2 years. Editor & Publisher ............ Howard Voland Office Manager ........... Althea Hendrickson News Editor .................. John K. Wiley When the Viking I landed on Mars it took a picture of its own foot. That's the way many of our own vacation snap- shots turn out. Western & Engllah Ou.tfitdng For the Horse & Rider Open Monday--Saturday, 9:30--6:00 15 E. Main St., Monroe Phone 794-7517 Noel Forsythe at Tim's Body Shop Body & Fender work, Painting & Welding V/X$" !i~i!iiii~i~i~iiiiii!iiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!iiiiiiiiii iiii~ ~i~iiiiiiii~!ili!~!iiiii!iiiiiiii!i!iiiii!iiiiiii~ii Juanita Lobdell Dead at 75 Juanita A. Lobdell, Gold Bar correspondent for many years with the Valley News, passed away June 9. She was 75. She was born June 30, 1901, in Iowa, and had been a long-time resident of Gold Bar. She was a member of the Sultan Grange and Open Bible Standard Church. She leaves three sons, Don- ald of California, David of Petaluma, California, and Darrel of Lewiston, Idaho; three daughters, Dorine Jones of Renton, Diane Al- bee of Lewiston, Idaho, and Dorothea Smith of Everett; several grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was preceeded in death by her husband, Harold, in 1961 and a son, Duane, in 1975. Services were held Satur- day in the Gold Bar Open Bible Church, with the Rev. Harlan Lindstrand officiat- ing, with interment following in the Monroe IOOF Ceme- tery, under the direction of Purdy and Kerr Funeral Home, Monroe. Young Readers Turn Sleuth In Monroe Library Club Tracking down good books will be the job of young readers who join the Super Sleuth Reading Club at the Monroe Library this summer. As soon as school is out for the summer, budding detectives may receive a Super Sleuth Reading Club folder and begin to solve the ten clues to the "Case of the Missing Cookies". Each clue is accompanied by space in which to record a book read during the summer. After reading five books and solving five clues, each detective will receive Super Sleuth's Mystery Handbook full of puzzles, riddles and things to do. When 10 books have been read and 10 clues solved, the case is closed and each sleuth will receive Super Sleuth's Code Disk which can be used to send secret messages to fellow detectives. Books of all kinds are available from which young readers may make their selections, including mysteries and other imaginative stories as well as true books. Free programs featuring puppet shows, films, stories and crafts for children of all ages will be offered at all libraries during the summer and everyone is welcome whether a member of the Reading Club or not. Check with the Monroe library for dates and times. I (reg.) Sultan Sea.First Moves To New The Sultan Branch of Seattle-First National Bank will begin operations in its new facility at Fourth and Main in Sultan June 20. The branch's new quarters are one block east of the old branch building. Opening ceremonies are scheduled for Saturday, June 25, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Manager William V. Turner and his wife Helen will conduct the ribbon-cuttingo Entertainment and refreshments will be available. A week-long open house will follow, beginning Monday, June 27. The new 2,520 square-foot branch building will offer increased banking services to the community. The building will feature a driv~-up window and a night depository. Larger safe-deposit facilities will be available, and bankside parking has been added. Cost of the new building is $147,855. It was designed by architect Gary N. Tinsdale. Contractor for the project was Robert E. Bayley Construction, Inc. of Seattle. The Sultan branch was organized as the Citizens Bank of Sultan in 1910. It was purchased by Warren Jenkins, father of Seafirst Corporation Chairman William M. Jenkins in 1915. In 1945 the bank became part of the First National Bank of Everett. Seattle-First National acquired the bank through a merger with the First National Bank of Everett in 1961. Banking hours at Sultan branch will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday and to 6 p.m. Friday. Hours for the drive-up window will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday and until 6 p.m. Friday. Monroe Pilot Ends Training Jesus A. Cuevas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cuevas of 14924-180th Drive, S.E., Monroe, recently graduated from Continental Airlines' pilot training in Los Angeles. He has been assigned to E1 Paso, Texas as a Second Of- ricer flying Boeing 727's. A native of Havana, Cuba, Jesus is a 1966 graduate of Monroe High School, and use our new automatic pumps F hM tSI "1 rq eli )eCl l Full Cut Rd. Steak .................... 98" lb. Cube Steak ................ 1 lb. Breakfast Steak ............. '1#9 lb. Chuck Roast .............. "53e lb. 7 Bone Roast .... ----.69" lb. Rd. Bone Roast ......... 79" lb. attended Merced College, Merced, California. Jesus's previous flying ex- perience includes flight in- structor for military Aero clubs while in active duty, instructor for Beech Aircraft Co., Gates Learjet & Flight Safety, Chief pilot for Hy- Test International (Corpor- ate) Corporate pilot for Her- shey Foods Corporation. Chuck Steak ..... Rump Roast ........ U.S.D.A. Choice Whip Cream -- 441 W. Main, Monroe, WA. 98272 "Serving others as we would wish to be served..." ROD SEWELL, Gen. Mgr. Monroe 794-7049 -- Carnation 333-4179 69= lb. 95" lb. gal. *1" Skim Milk --qt. pt.