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Page Four. Monitor, Monroe, WA., June 16, 1977 le Officers Installed At Formal Installation Eagles Aerie No. 2327 and auxiliary held a formal open installation of 1977-'78 officers June 3" at the Eagles club on N. Lewis St.. Monroe. Installed at the ceremony for the Aerie were: Vern Durra,,, president: Tom Byron. vice president; J.E. Cube, secretary; Rexford Bonga, treasurer; Balzer Weigel, con- ductor; Blvnn Jellison, chaplain; Tom Gaab, inside guard; Paul "Puppy" Edwards. outside guard and Harold Thorpe, Jim "Skip" Norman. Wayne Dearie, Harry Lemke and Bob Lung. trustees. New auxiliary officers are: Sandy Smith, president; Traveling Townspeople New residents of Maltby and new to the U.S.A. are the Peer family, Kenneth, Irene and eight-year-old Clair Janet, of England. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Shelton of Mahby are hosting the family. Mrs. Shelton is Kenneth's sister. Weekend guests at the McCrum home were Dorothv's 24 Monroeites Attend Stat le Convention Monroe was ,,'ell represented at the Washington State Eagle Convention held at Wenatchee June 8-11. with 24 local Eagles attending. Delegates from Cascade Aerie and Auxiliary F.O.E. No. 2327' ,,ere: Rerta Maahs. Sandv Smith. [%nnv Belle. LaVerne Byron. Charlotte Kilburv. Vern Darro\v. Tom Byron. Paui Wile. Balzer Weigel. 13ob Lang. Harold Belle and Harry Lemke. Registered visitors ,,ere: Jeanette Wile. Lois Darrow. Ann Macfarlane. Ethel Dinges. Martha Blair and Art Kilburw. LaVerne Byron, vice president; Martha Blair, secretary; aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. La ,Tence Cook of New This.year's convention was the largest in the history of ..... SandiVanGelder, treasurer; Charlotte Kilbury, conductor; Brunswick, Canada. Milt's nephew. Paul Totter of ate Eagles with 1.485 people registered, according to .... Penny Belle, chaplain; Linda Gaab, inside guard; Lois Lubbock. Texas is visiting with them for the summer, t_aroJ vcKs. Darrow, outside guard; Marih'n Lee, Iris Jelinek and Carol ' Also attending from Monroe ,,ere: Mr. and Mrs. Earl .... *** Kolrud. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Sullivan. Lillian Maddex and il ) Svcks, trustees. " Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bovce and daughter Karene have , Shirlev Lemke. .... buffet followed the ceremony, returned from their recent "two week trip to Maul. Hawaii. Washington State Auxiliary Madam President Louise Peaee Lutheran Sets June Bible Sehool , Mervin said the weather was loveh 85 degrees and they Elliott honored two Monroe auxiliary ladies. Sand," Smith ' ':A.t just rested and enjoyed it. **', " " and Ann Macfarlane with a request'to sing at the'June 8 Sh er' s Feature d "Prav. Praise. Give held from 9:30 a.m. to 12 memorial services and June 9 opening ceremonies. /AI noon on av ,epo e re, mi, upon i ,e,u 1977 G ,aT-Re Bethel Youth Crusade Peace Lutheran Church's dav. June 20-)4 at the church from a three day trip to O'Sullivan Dam in Eastern Wash- Vacation Bible School to be located on the comer of Park ington. " raduatos . Lane and Dickinson Rd. in Bret was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold St. Peter and An inspirational youth crusade entitled "'Door to Happi- Lee Jonnson Monroe. son Jamie. *** Trip to Couga ness" ,,ill be held at Bethel Church. 1405 W. Main St.. ~Ar~4'~r f*~re Classes will be held for the r/nn Monroe at 6:30 p.m. Sunday through Friday. June 19 ,,,v,v, ~,o children in grades Kinder- Janet Rodland Eastman and daughter Jaimie returned to through 24. featuring the Shier's. aecordme to Mrs. OVERSTOCKED garten through sixth grade. Monroe for her brother Harold's graduation. A trip to Cougar Inn on Lake Wenatchee was taken bv 67 Howard Gerin . " We Need Room SAVE Registration ,,'ill be held They stayed at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. members of the 1977 Monroe High School graduation class Evangelists Frank and Helena Shier ,,'ill present an inter- '7 | Comet 6 cyl., Auto., 1 owner $1699 '71 Mercury Sedan Air, Auto., Warranteed $1099 '70 Cad Sedan DeVille Air Conditioning Best Offer '72 GMC. Carryall 9 pass., trailer towing pkg. s2999 '73 Chev Carryall VS, Trailer towing pkg., Auto. S1999 '72 Chevelle 4 dr. H.T., VB, Auto., Power steering s50 Cash 72 Chrysler Newport Custom 4 dr. H.T., Air, Perfect mechanically $1999 '69 Ford Wagon VB, Auto. s799 Pontiac Ventura R&H, 2 dr., V8, Auto., P.S., Economy Special. :i799 62 Ford Econoline Van Mechanically Good s399 '68 Chevelle 4 Spd. Best Offer Nova Hatchback 6 Cyi, P.S., low miles Low Down Low Payments '66 Chevy Van Runs Fine s499 '69 Torino 4 spd., V8 s999 '69 aids 442 s799 '67 Impala 2 dr. H.T. s799 Chevelle Malibq 4 spd., engine rebuilt Best Offer '69 Datsun Pickup 4 spd. Best Offer '66 Impala 2 dr. H.T. s499 CLOSE OUT 77 Golden Falcon travel trailer. Featuring 19 ft. tandem, fully self con- tained, 2 holding tanks, 3-way refrigerator, 4- burner stove with oven, sleeps 6. Skyline Factory Warrantee AS LOW AS $3999 Lee Johnson Motor Cars Snohomish 568-7995 743-7838 after 5 Open 9-9 DRIVE A LITTLE SAVE A LOT from 9-9:30 a.m. Monday. June 20. For further information call 794-7230 Tuesday, Wednes- day or Thursdav between 8 a.m. and 12 noon. Wayne Rodland Monday through Saturdav returning to her home in Spokane Sundav with her brother Harold. Wayne plans to fly Harold home after a short visit there. *$$ Francie Ballinger. Cougar Inn manager at Lake Wenat- chee, was in Monroe recently, visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Joplin. Monroe Christian Reformed Church Slates Bible School "Lord Jesus. Teach Me" is the theme for vacation Bible School to be held daily from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Monday. June 20 through Thursday, June 30 at the Monroe Chris- tian Reformed Church, 1016 Main St. Classes ,,'ill be offered for ages five through 12. Mrs. Clarence Zylstra said the central goal of vacation Bible School is that souls be ,,on to Christ and grow in PECIAL FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE ON THE RIVER IN Christ. She said students ,,ill be for their annual Skip Day. They left Monroe at 7 a.m.. Wednesdav. June 8 bv bus and arrived at the lodge at 9 a.m. in time'for breakfast, ac- cording to Mike Anderson. They played tennis, football, volley ball and other ball games and also did some hiking and" boat riding. He said some even braved the cold water and went water-skiing. Cougar Inn manager Francie Ballinger said the group was one of the best behaved graduating classes she has seen. The lodge served them their meals and they slept in sleeping bags in and out of the lodge. national theme for the program. The, received their minis- terial training from the college of m nisterial Education in Lebanon. Oregon and Bethel Temple Bible School in Seattle. Wash. and have traveled around the world visiting 23 countries in missionary effort. Their presentation is exciting, educational and geared to the younger generation, full of games, prizes ,x'ith Graver and Oscar (The Grouch) from Sesame Street and loads of fun for all who attend, according to Mrs. Gering. She said a special feature each day is a blacklight Bible story. She said. e,,-eryone is invited. Four adult couples went along as chaperones and thev challengedand invoh'ed returned at 9 p.m. Thursday. Y7 11 _. General TT --~J. 1 through such activities as Mike said the weather was nice but windv, vauey nospltm Car washes were held by the class to help pay for the trip. Honors Volunteers at Tea song time. Bible study, in- teresting visual demonstra- tions, craft making and other methods in keeping with the theme. For further information re- garding attending bible school call 794-8162 or 788- 1116. Calendar Cascade Auxiliary FOE No. 2327 will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 15 Charles Woosley's Celebrate 60th Wedding Anniversary June 6 marked the 60th wedding anniversary of Charles and Ruby Wooslev of Monroe. Their cfiildren and grandchildren gathered the preceeding Sunday to celebrate. The family prepared dinner and enter- tainment and sharing of mail greetings filled the day. Present ,,ere son Charles (Chuck) and wife of Corvallis. Ore. and daughters Mervl Worthington and husband of Stanwood. Charlotte Evered and famih" of Bellevue and Pear Murphy and famih" of Snohom'ish. Also. cousin Everett Reichman. his wife. daughter and son David and his famih' of Portland. Ore. EVENINGS a WEEKENDS BY APPOINTMENT PAINTED and ROUTED One mile North of Britkms ~uetion at 334"6634 6613 Foster Slough Rd.- Snohordli~h,Wo. Covenant Church Slates Bible School "God has a Message for You" is the theme of the va- cation bible school to be held from 9-11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. June 20 through 24 at'the Monroe Evangelical Covenant Church located on S. Sam St.. Monroe. Everyone is welcome from preschool age through grade six. A volunteer service axvards tea sponsored by the Valley General Hospital Guild ,,as held Tuesday. June - at the home of Marihn Pendleton in Robinhood'Park. Ross Godard. Hospital Administrator. Beverh Seese. Administrative Assistant and Ah'ina Hereth. Superinten- dent of Nt.rses thanked volunteers and presented a single carnation nosega.v to every volunteer. Jovce Stexvart received a'2.000 hour pin. Erma Durall and Helen Devers received 1.000 hour pins. Other vohmteers with outstanding hours are: Marian Van Trojen with 900 hours. 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