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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA,July 3, 1975 Monroe Team Tops Memorial Tourney The Monroe Youth Athletic Association hosted the first Chuck Barnett Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament at the Monroe High School diamond the weekend of June 28-29. The tourney was run in double elimination rounds with the Monroe Blue team finally taking the number one spot. Don McDonald'ssingle in the top of the sixth inning brought in Bob Meek and Randy Cottrell to win the game for Monroe Blue. Defeated Stanwood placed second in the tournament. Members of the Monroe Blue team are: Randy Cottrell, Mike Dettling, Mike Dillon, Chuck Donne, Dave Easterly, Jim Hunnicut, Tillis Johnson, Mike Keenan, Bart McDaniels, Don Me- NEW IN TOWN is Western TtreAnd plication. The owners plan to an- Donald, Bob Meek, Doug Price, Jim Shields, Battery, located at Ann Street and nounce their Grand Opening in the Ted Strom and Tim Walker. Pulling pitching Fremont. Owned by Bob Fankhauser, near future but invite the public to duty for the Blue were: McDaniels, Donne, t Royal Blair and Bill Arkell, Wee- drop tn any time. Western Tire And Keenan,cutt and Meek,D.K. PrtCeMcDonaldand ShieldS.coached theJtm winningHunni- = tern Tire And Battery sells and ser- vices tires for cars, trucks, farm equipment, and any commercial up- team. Many favorable comments were made by out- of-towners about the organization and the con- dition of the fields, according to Mrs. Jim Hun- nicutt, who headed the concession stand. Pro- ceeds from the stand will go to benefit athletic programs. Bill Sinnet organized the tourney and Howard Karen R. Shepardson Marshall was in charge of the fields 23 of Route 2, Monroe, Battery will be open Monday through Saturday. --Staff Photo Nauman, Hovde Commended A letter was read at last week's City Coun- cil meeting from Seat- tle First National bank which were passed in the Monroe area. Nauman and Hovde apprehended the worn- ........ .... ilili! ....................................................... ::::;: :: ::::~;~;::~ . ::..~:~ ~ ~'~:~ AN UNIDENTIFIED member of the Monroe Blue team skids into third base just in time as a Snohomish baseman snares commending Chief D. an and she was given died June 29 asthere- 11 a.m. in the Purdy the ball too lateo C. Nauman and Ser- the choice of reim- suit of an accident, and Kerr Ghapel. Pas- geant John Hovde for bursing the merchants She was born August tar Ronald Tollefson hi Dent0 -their "prompt and and th ..... 25, 1951 in Seattle andwilloffi a a '- e oanK or Jail. ci te ,,., ,,,- courteous handling of She chos to a " back The Monroe Youth the car for $10 andwill ,, p y had resided in the terment will be in the The Monroe Jaycees a matter the m - - - Monroe area for one I O.O F. Cemetery. Club will enter a 1965 be driven byDaleBar- ..- :. oney sac nan .... catalyst for thedefeat, r:2 ern: stolen by check in lieuand a half years. .any ,eague team sin- T-Bird in the Demo- ker. The car number "She was head tel- 0J0 t ar wins ......... allowing only three seres nrst lOSS at ......... lition Derby on July will be 156. of incarceration. "" 'a d f Du e nlts. ine victory trig of personal checks ler and vault teller ^ me n n s o c 4th at Evergreen There will be a prize ....... Th=,,Ju,u R tv rel fnfiu tC r"ib nt t:% Ior me nonomisn - " .... "^'-- , ,,',,o,v" 3 for the most popular orancn of the Bank oz .... . en ..o . ' in s The Javcees According to pro- car which the audience .... , uy ,,,==- cropping me league . " - .- - gram director Bill Ky- decides by its ap- ". flrsthan recentlYoenant lnWnsomeitS M( r( mrs. Sneparason was t?e22- ann hed record 1 for the soa 3aavy preos, the club bought plause. a memoer of wur av- . .... 20 **,., mn oe : .- ision title Nor Lutheran Church m ...... ,~ o r milserves as me " Everett and was a1969 w ..... /, ,:, :: ..... The team, made _,_ t lyS iI li raauate ot wascaae dad !i g: . 11-12 year ol s n i OAT High School. She also sponsored by the Gold MYC Se s lu chedule .UTO ." was a graauate of Ev- "- ":"' "^'* " "" WORKS " M, AN UFA( erett Community Col . - presented with the July 3: Youth Center Meeting, 8:00 p.m. She is survived by her L I,__aL___L_j . " 23 followings ittle July 4: Concessions and participation in Bi- [L it II nusoand, Donald, par- Loao, u@ All Stnr .... centennial Picnic, Noon to 6:00 p.m., Eagles en s mr. ana :vtrs. Park. Street Dance -- Youth Center Parking M " in which a combined i Clifford elhng, Ev- t,=.m nf~nld B~vVFW Lot, 8:30 to 11:00 p.m. Youth Center sponsor- e rett, one brother, A1- .. ' e d car- De m o 1 it ion Derby - Evergreen Speed- I len Melling, Seattle, is faced a combined way, 7:30 p.m. two sisters,Claudia .... . II II t==,,, ,. July 7: Camplng Club Meeting, 7:30, PUD mil = _u_ :_--I erett, grandmother ...... - .... " "'-" . ston and Seattle First. July 8: Bowling, 8:30. mrs. Esther Cruverof Gold Bar VFWhad five Everett and grandfath-youngsters nlavin on - 9000-Ft. er, Mr. Clifford Mel- - 1971 Ford l} per ling, Anacortes. ...... - ........... Roll ........ bale ,-, Gold Bar had thetitle ervices for Mrs. well in hand, with its Excellent shape, Detroit 8V71-13 Sheparason will be t anent f ur II SNO ll"" " closes opp o speed road ranger- SQHD rear ends- ou business is our business.,, big or small. With HOMISH Inursaay, 3, at g a es behind them. 12,000 lb. front axle. Hendrickson ourUnipackagecoverage, your inventory and equip- ment and building are protected under one policy.. II -- suspension- two 75 gal. fuel tanks- Includes coverage for bodily injury liability and prop_ I erty damage liability. Let us explain how United Pacific/ t} tI NEW 100x22 front tires--bandages on Reliance business insurance can protect your.entire O-OP, IN l) rrave, In cl rear qnd trailer. Includes Joke brake- operation You get your dollar's worth of protection with reliance. Call our office for details, Second Et Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 O e luber finer-engine heater. Jty "'Wherethecustomer is the companv'" wnspeo Ready to Roll--call Nat Brook collect Whitfield Rea CARS AND 1967 MUSTANG Hardtop, 289 V-8, auto, pwr strg, vinyl top 1970 MAZDA 4 door station wagon, 1200 cc engine, 4-speed, radio, good tires, lots of miles to the gallon with this one. 1969 RAMBLER REBEL, V-8, auto. trans, pwr strg, nice clean car. 1971 FORD GALAXIE 500 4-door 1095 hardtop, V-8, air conditioner, auto trans., w pwr strg, 1695 1975 FORD LTD 4-door, 400 V-8, auto trans, air cond., pwr strg, pwr brakes, and much more. Immaculate. Low mileage used car. 1971 C'HEV C30 1 ton truck with platform bed, V-8, auto trans, pwr strg, if you need a truck, see this one! 1974 FORD F250 3/4 ton, 360 V-8, auto trans, pwr strg, pwr brakes, XLI model with h.d. trailer pulling pkg. 4595 SUPER SHARP! 1968 DODGE D300 1 ton truck, 4x4 With front winch, V-8, 4-speed, 9 foot box. Looks and runs good. Vivian and ROd HewRt went to a wedding a couple of weeks ago and decided to make a week end of it. They met their son from Ellensbur . and then went oyster picking and clamming on hood Can- .MANY MORE NEW AND USED[ Sea-Tac Ford Truck Sales-Seattle & Insurance UNITED 794-8771 . RELIANCE PA,.IFIIC/ /~~ INSURANCE COMPANIES / ~ \ al. They stayed in their new camper they got on their vacation. There was a family reunion in the Hewitt family last week. Vtvian's two sisters, Luctlle Anderson with daughter Karen and grand daught- er Amy Lou from Alaska and Muriel Woodrow and husband from Okanogan and Irene Ranten from Burlington along with Vivian all went to their brother's home. Phil Tollefson and his wife hosted the affair in Seattle. The Monitor staff traveled to Hermosa Point for a picnic hosted by the boss and his wife, Howard and Mary Alice Voland. Staff members brought some of the goodies but the barbecued salmon, caught and cooked by the head honcho was the highlight. Some of us took a tour of the Everett water- front in the Voland speedboat and circled Hat Island before returning to the moorage. The two pilots were Nlna Lee and this writer and the two back seat drivers were the boss and Claire Tuohy. Originator of Jet Pumps Get the factd MONROE ELECTRIC at Monroe Hardware Electrical Contracting Serving Monroe since 1945 794- 8733 568-1568 ~.i~i !~i?:i> These glasses They get darker as the sun" gets brighter. And vice-versa. In stylish colors. Photo Gray and new Photo Brown. In your choice of fashionable frames. In plain lenses or in your prescription. Get glasses that change. Sun Sensor Glasses. At Vista Optical Center. / Look Into It" Everett Mall 355.1400 f I I Monroe CommuniW Chapel 23515 Old Owen Road Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11:00 Midweek Service 794-4440, Church 794-4302, Residence SULTAN COMMUNITY ME THODIS T James Updike, Pastor 793-5901 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. - I SULTANASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. L Flaschet, 793-7731 Sunday School, 9:48 a.m. Morning Worship, ii a.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Wed. Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. GOLD BAR OPEN BIBLE STANDARD Rev. Ralph Sieg, 793-5755 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Service, 6:30 p. m. Thurs. Bible Study, 7 p.m. This Space Available 794-7116 BETHEL C HURC H 1405 We~t Main Street Rev. H. M. Gering,794-7708 Sunday:Church School, 9:45 Morn. Worship 11, Evenlng 6 Wed:. Faintly Night, 7 p.m.' First Congregational CHURCH Lewis & MacDougall Streets Morning Worship and Church School: 10:30 A. M. Larry S. Baker, Interim Pastor 1-329-8647 FAITH CENTER Assembly of God Rev. R. Anderson, 794-8598 Comer Lewis & M cDougal Sun., 9:45 - 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Wed., Bible Study and Mlssionettes, 7 p.m. Monroe First Baptist Church Sunday School 9:45 Morning Worship ll:0C Evening Worship 7:00 SULTAN BAPTIST ReVo John ,loan, 793-1541 Sunday Schools 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, II a. m~ Evening ServiCes 7 p. m. STARTUP BAPTIST Rev. F. Ewert, 793-2042 Sunday School, 9:d6 a.m. Morning Worship, ii a, rn, Evening Service, 7 p, m. Wed. Bible Study, 7 p.m. MONROE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHUItCH Pastor Gary Christian,on" Sabbath School, 9:15 a.m. Church) 11 a. rn. Wed. Pmyex MeetingsT:30p. E Community Service Center !0" 3 Monroe United Methodist Church Family Worship 10 a.m. Followed by Church School Rev. Ken Coun,ttyman 338 S. Lewis 794-8863 i