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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., July 29, 1971 ! Mrs. Fugier Is 4-H Hostess 1 Mrs. Wayne Fugier Evergreen Fair and ; was host to m.mbers received sewing help of the Tualco Valley from Mrs. C 1 y d e 4-H Club when they Chewning. The next met for their second meeting, August4, will meeting in July. be held at the Chewn- The girls worked on ing home. their projects for the SAVE NOW AT q 1st and Ave. B- Snohomish il [)E tN. L ( SALE Friday July 30th" And all the way back with the Now Available At 568-9119 601 2nd Ave. Snohomlsh 568-3124 'i HARMLESS TO PLUMBING SEPTIC TANK, CESSPOOL Per Quart or BACTERIA THEREIN SAFE*EASY-TO-USE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! Use Your MASTER CHARGE Now Available At ilii iiilil i ili i! i MACHINES like this of Northwest Con- the overpass crossing the Burlington-: struction Company are hauling and pack- ing 1,300,000 cubic yards of fill to build Highway 522 across Park Place. At this northern end 'the four-lane highway will be built to a height of 30 feet to meet NorthernRailway lines. The average ele- vation of the highway across the valley floor will be from four to six feet, rising to about 21 feet at the Valley View Road crossing. --Staff Photo Announcing Friday and Saturday Nights 0nly TI RESTAURANT Snohomish Safeway Shopping Center v -~- v v v ~ v v v v v v. v SPECTACULAR 9:a.m. to 9:p.m. Reg. NOW 'Leaf rakes $1.29ea $ .80ea Back Packs $18.25$11.50 " " $12.75 $8.00 Clay pigeons $3.95case $2.50 Dinnerware sets values to $25.00 8-$17.00 Models-- Buy one-- GETONE FREE SPECIAL, Bargains 7:00p.m. to 9:00p.m. ONLY :: " .: ...... ~i . ............. i ~ :i ,;~:: :i;::; i :: ~.' ~. : :;:; .... " :;: : ;:;; :::: ; Our entlre stock of baseball gloves CI-~OMPING a~vay tS~hill northof Highway River and thi~::gou~hern intei-chahg~,:a!:~ ~e~~, :;: r : ...... ~"- ..... and mitts .............. t/'2 price 2 at the North Lewis Street intersection :according to Mike Fiorito, foreman for PRo power tools---'---L-:LL -21/2 price are workers hauling fill to the Highway 522 Northwest Construction Company The circular saws - jig saws -drills - sanders project across Park Place. It will take $1,7 million highway project is scheduled AND MANY OTHERS 1,300,000 cubic yards of material to build ll for completion by Fall of 1972 --Staff the 2.3 mile section and another 250,000 ; Photo e along the Skykomish Hundreds of other bargains in every 'C ~ ~"~-'~ ~ ChurchCollsPo r department ' -- COME AND SEE! ongre9aflonal star Fenne VALLEYe. H A" DSPORTSw A R E tended a ',call" to the Rev. Melvin R, Fenner Oregon and in Florida. He has lectured in 2nd & Union Snohomish LO8-2761 of Harrin on to,be its pastor. : ::!' Bible study at Whitman College and a college OPEN SUNDAY 10-4 p.m. Daily 9'6 p.m. ! If the Call is accepted the pastor will in Florida. begin his work here on September 1 ..... ' He is married and has a family of three The Rev. Fenner has been pastor of the., sons, the youngest a freshman in High School. MIKE Leatz Is Sab.Ageat Fat Soma Larsns Welcme Grandchild " , ' RENTAL AND .............. the visit of Mrs Lar . Philip Lentz of 160th to the formerKathleen SALES we comm me r .... - g - - - , "-roth:-and : nas oegun work Soma, daughter of the and s o n s u er grandchild are Mr. sister in law, Mr and'( as 'a sub-agent for. Gordon So.as. They iv rs oDer arsono - - - - Offers A Variety of Items For -- :" ^ - - h Mrs Harold Hal.an of uioraon oma msur- have three children, rcou e z wnose aaug ....... - Yermn California ;!!ance AEency on West Chris, 12; Robert, 10, Your Use At Reasonable Rates ,ter Mr. m_ -, '-er "" "-" Main Street and Suzee, 3. R /ne were n emrme and Mrs. Donald "_" h Lentz, 27, is married enna ...v,,.-uv -x.s (Vick e Dayle) P ROOF VP-75 ! ROOF 400-Mower arne Class of '51 reunion of Spokane bec . parents of a baby girl.and. also cViSited his Jeanzne Phzlbnck Selected , co nn J,,lv 7 Drozner, a r o n=, . |Mowing at that campingJ standard lawn & also "Th--'e b a by, n-" amed Hal.an and father, Miss Jea ine Marie The Philbricks note Isite;'Form.S & ETC J get at those hard to Nichol Dawn wei hed Cedric Holman, both Phi.brick of Mount that' their g r a n d- / 7 pounds, 7 1)/2 ounces , of Maltby. Vernon, g r-a n d- daughter pl .an.s to beI . get at places at birth. Her paternal daughter of Mr. and dental asszs anz. grandparents are Mr. ft^ II- .-^ -" .... Mrs. Floyd Philbrick 1971 graduate of Mount and Mrs. Tony Penna UUII [ of South Sams Street, Vernon High School, i of Spokane and he r , has been selected from she is the daughter of maternal g r e a t- a group' of 80 girls Mrs. Patrtcia Phil- grandmother is Mrs. JbllUl l/ llllJ for a year of school- brick of Mount Ver- Lena Larson of Ev- - ing at Bellingham non. erett. The little girlNanette Newby of Technical School. i also has the honor of Monroe has received .... .. ,, ,r~,, ~ . , z. A a gdI i t !d: lfoStr: ii" ii! f mhe P g :heath tLOW be! L oW bnS ofW 9U71 "s oarSy e Ip Mrs. Larson spent hi hschoolstudentsby ...,,,.g,; h,',-~n Mr" ROOF Riding MowerJ CLINTON : two weeks in Spokane R ks College in Idaho a zarded' a $3=0 0 "8: anc 'Mrs' I ,e;lie" Lo ': Simple t6 handle and ' OUTBOARD with her.daughter .an o_ for the 1971-72 schoolHolland scholarship atber, will" be enrolling,outpulls, outcuts any a x s o vmuea anomer ear ...... Y : _ . . Washington S ta t e at WSU for the firs small wheelrider in oaugn er mere, lvxtss Rtczs in ttex urg t 1 its class University ..- .h_ time this fal Jan Larson. Joining owned and operated by SNOHOMISH Friday July 30 OPEN 'TILL 9P.M, 2 YEAR GUARANTEE Versatile and Sleek - Styled 2nd Ave. Snohomish 568-9119 568-3124 her the last week was Mr. Larson and both returned to Monroe for SERVICE ALL MAKE] .'REASONABLE RATES Admiral, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.