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# Pale Six, MonitorI Monroe= WA. June 28= 1973 rme Air Force Technical Sergeant Clyde Jel- inek, Sultan, has grad- uated from the Tactt- oal Air Command's Noncommissioned Of- ficer Academy at Langley AFB, Va. Sergeant Jeltnek, who received advanced mi- litary leadership and management training, is a flight simulator technician at Myrtle Beach AFB, S.C. The sergeant has completed 12 months of combat duty in Vtet- ham. A 1955 graduate of Sultan High School, he attended the Unt- versity of Oklahoma and Htghline (Wash.) Community College. His wife is the former Genevieve C. Foley. on Oak Street in Ev- erett. Garold White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben White, Route 2, Mon- roe, has been com- missioned a second lieutenant in the Air Force upon gradua- tion from the School of Military Sciences for Officers at Lack- land Air Force Base, Texas. Lieutenant White, selected through corn- grttttve examination attendance at the school, is being as- signed to Mather Air Force Base, Calif- ornia, for navigator training. The lieutenant, a 1965 _graduate of Mon- roe High School, re- ceived a B.A. degree last year from Seattle University. His wife, Sheila, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arnold, who reside B0yden Elected Director For Ayrshire Assn. William Boyden of Route 2, Monroe, was elected as a direc- tor of the Ayrshire Breeder's Associa- tion recently at a na- tional meeting tn Portland, Maine. Boyden of Woods Creek Farm, Joined the national associa- tion in 1957. He got his first Ayrshire in 1949 for an FFA pro- act ead and now owns 90 with 50 mUk- era and has earned I0 Constructive Breed- er Awards. The four Boyden children, ages seven to 13, are act- Ive in 4-H work and Ayrshire youth ro- Jecte, showing yr- shires at four State Fairs and tn B.C. Boyden has attended national meetings in California, Iowa, New York and Minnesota; has been vlce-prest- dent and director of orces News Air Force Technical Sergeant Robert S. Fay, son of Mr. and ttcal Air Command Florida. Noncommissioned Of- The sergeant, who ricer Academy at completed a tour of AUld Langley AFB, Vir- duty in Vietnam, is a '9 StUff ginla. 1958 graduate of Sky- Sergeant Fay who komish High School Furniture. ;Gloat-ware received advanced and attended Everett Collectables military leadership Junior College. Hours: 10 - 5 TUeSo - Fd. a n d management His wife, JoAnn, is i 10:30 " 5:30 Sat. J training,is a radio- the daughter of Mr. i Closed Sun. & Mor~! logy medical tech- and Mrs. John W. Mrs. Robert J. Fay niclan at the Air ForceSarginson, 11821 I .! Buy.Sell.l racJe ! I of Skykomtsh, grad- hospital, MacDill, 142nd street, Kirk- I ,m ui ==_,_ , I uated from the Tac- Air Force Base, land. nn r K .ec m m m There's a new symbol on buildings, on signs, on cars, and in the sky today. Ours. Pioneer First Federal Savings symbol in green and black and white. Wherever and whenever you see it, remember it stands for an old friend--with a new name--a savings institution $90-million strong, and 39 years safe. The map above shows' how we've grown, thanks to you. Because you entrusted your savings to us, because you came here for home loans. But, in growing, we outgrew our old name. First Federal Savings was a grand old name. And when we took |i I Today... we not only have a new name. We also open a new office and welcome families in the thriving community of Redmond to the Pioneer First Federal family of savers. It's an occasion to celebrate. So we're holding informal open house at all offices. With a gift for everyone who comes in. And 16 special gifts, for savers. HIGHEST INTEREST, COMPOUNDED DAILY Remember you always earn the highest avail- able rate at Pioneer First Federal Savings. And we compound interest daily on all accounts. That makes a big difference. What's more... we guarantee 6% for two full years or longer l l l the Washington State Ayrshire Club; prest- I dent of the Washington I State PDCA; member of the State DHIA Board for two years; leader of a large county 4-H Dairy Club; member of the Wash- _ington State Dairy Federation and Wash- State Grange. served 10 years on certificate accounts of $1,000 or more. How's that for a sure thing ? SAVINGS INSURED TO $20,000 At Pioneer First Federal, your savings are insured to $20,000 by an agency of the Federal government and protected by the strength of this $90-million mutual savings institution. SAVE NOW,..GIFT OFFER ENDS JULY20 Open an account with $I00 or more, or add $I 00 or more to your account.., now.., and get a valuable gift FREE. It's our way of saying "thank you" for saving here. And our way of celebrating a new name and a new office, all at the same time. Coma save with us... now. CERTIFICATE ACCOUNTS Earnings Compounded DRily i ~um $1,000 minimum deposit. 6% guaranteed 2 years or longer. ,oo .ctue,,yearn 6.18% year PASSBOOK SAVINGS Earnings Compounded Daily per Earn 5% day-in to day-out. ,nnum Effective annual earningl .... 5.13% a year SAVE BY JULY 10 -- EARN FROM JULY 1 FIRST FEDERAL Only the name is changed. Same insurance, mime charter. Same friendly people. Main Office: Colby at Everett Avenue, Everett 259-0231 Branches: Arlington, Edmonds, Federal Way, Marysville, Redmond, Snohomish, South Everett on Monroe School Board and isatrustee of his local church. MONROE ELECTRIC ate. Monroe Hardware Electrical Contracting 20 Years Serving Mo.roeAre= MONROE: 794-8133 SNOHOMISH: LO 8-4568 39 Years Safe $90,000,000 Strong ARLINGTON MARYSVILLE \. ) EVERETT SOUTH EVERETT SNOHOMISH EDMONDS REDMOND KING COUNTY FEDERAL WAY PUYALLUP Application Pending PIERCE COUNTY Debris-burners have become a major cause of man-caused wild- fire. Burn debris only under sale, controlled conditions. D o n't leave your fire until every last spark is dead out. Ill it, thirty-nine years ago, nobody else nearby was using it. But as we grew and branched into new areas, we began opening offices where other First Federal Savings--not connected with us--were already located. Our customers were confused. Theirs were, too. So we've done something good about it/ Friday, June 22 we offically became Pioneer First Federal Savings ! We changed our name by adding another. Pioneer. And we choose a tree for our new symbol because trees were Northwest pioneers.., here before men came. And trees became the start of--and are still the basis of--Pacific Northwest economy. '100 DEPOSIT Set of I beautiful Llbby DECORATED TUMBLERS lEO0 DEPOSIT WoMolox lightod dial ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCK $1000 DEPOSIT West Bend otoneware ELECTRIC COOKER SERVER $8000 DEPOSIT erGo DEPOSIT Mint's two-sultar or Ildlel VINYL TRAVEL SAG as00 DEPOSIT Newl Gourmet Got of 4 LIRIY GLAIR IN-KEEPERR $1000 DEPOSIT Iml~rted 3 (It. Oeaoroted PORCELAIN STEEL TEA KETTLE 06000 DEPOSIT IIII I II $500 DEPOSIT Hand-finished hardwood $500 DEPOSIT Wafer-thin. leourate RALT AND PEPPER SET $1000 DEPOSIT Keel~ foods hot. Cornwall ELECTRIC HOT TRAY e$0oo DEPOSIT COUNSELOR BATH SCALE $1000 DEPOSIT Extra sturdy. All.American EVEREADY LANTERN eE000 DEPOSIT 7-po. Poroolaln-on-aluminum WEST lEND COOKWARE lET Ru~lsed, 30-qt. Poly-Llte COLEMAN COOLER esooo DEPOSIT Weet Bend no-~tlek Hi, h-Dome 11" ELECTRIC SKILLET II III I e000 DEPOSIT ), 4-qt. Preetor.$11ex ELECTRIC ICE CREAM FREEZER