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Page Two, Monitor, Monroe. WA, June 21, 1973 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1898. MEMBER L Auoclatlon. r-~ndqKI 18U SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomtsh and Snoqualmte Valleys, per year $5.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomish and noqualmte Valleys $6.00. Official Newspaper of the City of Monroe and Town of Sldykomish. Address all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, Monroe, Washington 98272. Editor & Publisher .......... Howard Voland Office Manager .......... A1thea Hendrickson Advertising ................ Bruce Healy News Editor .............. Dick Baldwin City orrespon ent BY ANDY LUCERO It was Good Friday when I ran into Ron at Russell's Cafe. He was very cheerful. His folks were com- ing to see himoverthe weekend. His glrl- friend was going to fix dinner for them and there was going lobe a short family reunion with a lot of conversa- tion. His folks would not be able to stay for Eas- ter Sunday because they had other com- mitments. His girl was going to fix him dinner. No big thing like ham, roast beef ANDY LUCERO or turkey. Probably Just chicken, short rations pegged to a tight budget. Ron will be 27 years old this year. His span pf llfe up to this point has been nothing but a total of little frustrations that seem to get %igger with age. He is handicapped. ....... A long time -- 27 years on the home plate trying for a hit. A walk with luck would not take him to first base. His llmp right leg would bob- ble him on the stretch. A bunt is out. Maybe a base hit, but hope is his only plnchhitter. The vision in his right eye is ebbing and his right arm was never one of the dependables. But Ron is still there swinging at the curve balls of daily struggle. He survives on a paltry dis- ability grant and works atthis center for 40 cents an hour. A bill to help retrain handicapped people like Ron was vetoed by you know who. Not that Ron is much concerned about this. ARer all, if you are born with two strikes against you the spit balls that comelater areonly acts of mercy. On this Good Friday, Ron was cheerful. One happy day in the life of the handicapped we hope will not unbalance the federal budget. Amen. Pony Meet T h e Washington Shetland Pony Club plans to hold their Annual Calvacade of Private Graveside Ponies June 23 and funeral services were 24, at the Evergreen held last Saturday for Farlgrounds in the Angelus C. Witten Indoor Sports Arena. at the GAR Cemetery Saturday is 4-H Day in Snohomish. , with the classes being Mr. Wttten, 73, of run under Snohomlsh Snohomish, died June 13 in Monroe. He was born Sept- ember 7, 1899, in Douglas, Washington and came to Snohom- tsh in 1947. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Douglas. His wife and two daughters preceded him in death. He leavestwo daught- ers, Mrs. Thelma Johnsen and Mrs. Jean Longacre, both of Monroe; nine grand- children and stxgreat grandchildren. Arrangements were under the direction of Purdy and Kerr Fun- eral Home, Monroe. Memorials may be made to the Monroe Convalescent Center or Peace Lutheran Church, Monroe. Don't stutter with others . . . say it loud and clear MONITOR. 7116. County 4-H Rules and Sunday is Open Day with the classes being governed by Ameri- can Shetland Pony Club. Spectator admission ts free. For further information call Joan Winner at 743-6992 or Althea Shields at353- 2869. Post entries will be accepted. The Goodwill Indus- tries truck will be in the Monroe area June 27 local representa- live Mrs. Margaret Skoglund says and pickup requests may be made by calling her at 794-7405. Contributions pro- vide Jobs for handi- capped and disadvan- taged people who are Ct I1 the now receiving train- 794- Lug and rehabilitation at the Goodwill Center. MIKE DILLON of Pat's Chevron stole home on a wild pitch during first inning action last Monday night at the high school field. Randy Cottrell, left, came in to cover url hn II home as umpire Pat Conway called Dillon safe. Curley and Johnston won the MYAA title, 15-7. --Staff Photo Monroe's colt base- The Monroe gang ball squad gained a held a 6-4 advantage pair of wins and drop- ped one contest in league play last week. The colts topped Sno- homish 8-4 on June 14 and Everett, 14-8 on June 12. The local squad dropped a tight battle to Edmonds, 7-6 on June 11. Dave Witthuhn was the winning chucker in the Snohomish victory, his third in four starts. Mike Dickinson led the Monroe sticks with three hits with the entire team corn- bining for I0 hits to- tal. Bickler and King each poked two hits. Dave Jones shoul- dered the big bat for Monroe during the Everett whopping as he was three for three at the plate and ac- counted for four runs. Dickenson also swung a perfect game scoring two runs on two hits in two turns at the plate. Jim Stans- berry picked up his second mound victory. Tim Trombley and Wttthuhn unloaded a pair of three run four baggers but fell shy in their bid against Edmonds. heading into the final frame but a homer by Edmonds p i t c he r Lefty Severson and three singles doused the win. The colts own a 5-3 slate thus farthis sea- son and are slated to host Wilson Insurance at the high school fleld on June 23 at 11 a.m. On June 26 the Monroe sticks are scheduled to play Sultan on the home field beginning at 6 p.m. Leased Little Thing Can Save You Payment PACKWOOD l VOLKSWAGEN / 5500 Evergreen Way 353-1:1921 Based on 36 month lease | comzact 30 days in a month.I Unleashing nine runs in the third inning, Curley and Johnston Ford drove to a 15-7 victory over Pat's Chevron last Monday night to cap- ture the Monroe Youth Athletic As- sociation championship. Curley and Johnston stopped the Monroe Eagles 5-2 on June 14 to earn the title shot for the West division with an 11-2 slate while Pat's easily claimed the East division top spot with a 10-3 season mark. An East-West All-Star game is scheduled for tonight, Thursday, at the high school field beginning at 6 p.m. Butch Hanson was the winner on the mound with relief help from Randy Cottrell and Ferrell Cobb. The three chuckers combined for 14 strike-outs. Cobb tossed eight of them himself. Curley and Johnston's nine run barage in the third ,busted-up a tight 3-3 knot which developed in the open- ing stanza. Cobb shouldered the loaded stick for the Ford team, rapping a pairof doubles and a single to send in six r.b.i.s. Robbie Schab knocked two singles to drive in two scores and Bruce Madill poked twln singles to account for another run. Jeff Orwiller led Pat's with apair of singles, forcing in three runs. In final play last week on June 14, Collins trounced Gateway Farmer's Market, 19-1; Alex Floor Covering downed Stoen Construction, 13-4; Pat's tagged Monroe Bowl, 9-5 and Curley and Johnston aced Monroe Eagles, 5-2. On June 11, the Eagles dropped Monroe Bowl, 11-6; Curley and Johnston bested Alex's, 13-3; Stoen edged Gateway, 19-17 and Pat's trip- ped Collins, 9-8. Cobb tossed the winning strikes for Curley-Johnston against the Eagles, facing 10 batters and fan- ning nine. Bruce Madill slapped a sacrifice fly in the sixth tnningto drive tnthe game scoring run, breaking a 2-2 tie. Jeff Price connected with a double to drive in the lone Eagles tallies. Collins' Randy Ridge was the wtn- ning pitcher against Gateway with Dan Porter tagging three r.b.t.s, and Bob Meeks posting two more runs. With Terry Harder throwing the strikes for Alex's against Stoen, teammate Bill Wright connected with his first hit of the year, a triple, to send three runs across the plate. John Boresema tapped a pair of singles for three more runs. Joe Redfteld gained the mound victory for Pat's victory over Mon- roe Bowl. Jim Hunntcutt swung a triple and two singles for three r.b.t.s and Greg Trombley met a double to drive in one run. On June 11, Mike Keenan was the winning pitcher for the Eagles, Butch Hanson tossed the victory for Curley and Johnston, John Frost posted the win for Stoen and Chuck Doane heaved the ball for Pat's. Three players from each squad were selected by the coaches for participation in the all-star battle. Wayne Flickinger, Pacific College's son of Mr. and Mrs. commencement exer- Homer Fltckinger of cises, June 3 at the 1203 W. Main Street, Seattle Opera House. Monroe, received a Senator Mark Hat- B.A. Degree in math- field from Oregon emattcs at Seattle was featured speaker. Funeral Home 441 Main Monroe, Wash. 98272 "Serving others as we would wish to be served..." C.W. Kerr, Gen. Mgr. Monroe 794-7049 - Carnation 333-4179 CLOSE OU Phones IR . ,2.9s ,P,x) NOW $4.95 Stereo Indoor Antennas 5 only values 16.95 Capital 60 Minute Cassettes Tapes Blank Citizen Band 2 Channel Transcever Model 6419 (one only) HOW $14.95 Codax Automatic Keyer hk, del 361 Reg. 39.95 B/W T.V.7"Screen Model 7TV1 AC/IDC- AM/FM Radio and Power Cord Was 159.95 MONROE T.V. SERVICE Located at Monroe Appliance & TV. Monroe Shopping Center 794-53ll / Hearing Aid Repairs on the spot ,n most makes and models $4. 75 plus parrs =omplete overhauls available 20% discount for Senior Citizens and children Free estimates 2805 Colby Avenue Everett, Wash, 252-8762 MONROE ELECTRIC at . . . Monroe Hardware Electrical Contracting 20 Years Serving MonroeArea MONROE: 794-8733 SNOHOMISH: LO 81 '1 5~ Appliances Kelvinator Hotpoint Whi rl pool Mona rc h Stereos & TV's Packard Bell Motorola Sales & Service Shy _ng3 lent er Offers a Complete Line of Auto Parts 115 1/2 W. Main 794-6 ;00 Reel & Rotary Mowers Hand & Circle Saws Briggs & Stratton Lawson Parts Service EASTMAN 494 W. Columbia 794-8296 Sewing Machine New Viking - World's Only Non-Oillng Machine SALES-REPAIRS- RENTALS Viking Sewing Center 2709 Wetmore,Everett INSTALLED- (For Auto and Home) MONROE Easy Catalog Way 115 E. Main St. 794-7411 Monroe, Wash. Gold Bar, Index, Snohomish Sultan, SZarzup call ZEnith 9689 Dick's Tire Haus (Petrisor's) Complete Tire Serv. New, Used & Recaps E.Main 794-7103 Wiring, Heating Air Conditioning 112 N. Lewis 794-6133 The Green House 568-4044 Molt Complete Selection of Fr~h, Dried, and Pozzed, Planzs in SnOhomishCounty IWeddin s & FunezaisJ Next to Snohomish Auto Parts John's Restaurant Pizza House Come Try Our Pizza Visit Uur Cocktail Lounge HOURS: Mon-Th Ilam-1:30am Fri-Sat Ilam-2:30am Sun 12 am to 12 pm E.Main. Monroe HARRY'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Call Collect SY 3-4092 P.O. Box 3, Sultan G& BODY SHOP GLASS WORK AUTO BODY, PAINT 11 1/2 S.Lewts, 794-8158 Gordon Soma Insurance Agency Complete Insurance 103 1/2 West Main Monroe, Wuhlngton 98272 PHONE: 794-8759 MONROE REALTY FARMS * HOMES * ACREAGE 103 West Main Res. LO-8-4737 Phone 794-7487 SNOHOMISH, 9-3:30 pm - Mon-Thurs 9-5:00 pm - Friday 9-Noon - Saturday Service is our business After Hours Coil 794-4256 RUDAN KENNELS ALL BREED GROOMING - BOARDING 100% Beef Pet Food Sales Stevens Pm Highway 794,5236 4