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July 29, 1971, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Seven Wag A ic her rea Picn --------, GLASS il Yoo ,M ! SetA Ha//Aug (For Auto and Home) i S VALLEY DIRECTORY t ust 7 M[c'ie Henry 677-22J9 '" .MONROE ]'L~]~WA]~II ~ .... .) Wagner Community pictures are asked to residents past and bring them. New res- The Red Cross swtmminglessons at Blackman day celebration on Sunday with the help of her ’ )ooooeooooooooo)eoeeo )oeeooeeeo 4 ).11 present will hold theirtdents of the Wagner Lake are now over with the followtng youngsters sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. B. Moorman ) ...... . .-. md 6 annual picnic this yeararea are especially winning their certificates in the various cat-of Sunnyvale, California, her sister Mrs. Alice I RENT A HE LR NG be Hre! S at 12 noon on August urged to attend and egortes: Face float: Tim Timpe and Pat Walls. Davis of Auburn, her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. =i Eliminate the guessworlc... 7 at the Wagner Com- meet the old time res- Back float: Coco Snider, Patti Williams, ReneeLeRoy Devlin of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil "SIMPLY TRY IT... BEFORE YOU BUY IT"e= munity Hall. , tdents, according to Walls and Keith Peter. Back and face Float: Cole and mother Mrs. Marge Hansen of Everett. , ,ochh,,,r R,=adgea,.te.dR.,,... i Coffee, tea, sugar and Hazel Armstrong, Terrie Peters, David Snider, Danny Meyer, April **** • • pe.e.o ,ho ,,o, | cream will befurnish- secretary of t h e Dodgon, Johnna Waiters, Hetdt Cordell and The weather was beautiful although a bit warm | eeR.,IfRe,OOpi,,ly)op,,r,'.o,..., i ed. Picnickers are "Wagner Community Dowie Monaghan. Beginner swimming: Shan- on Sunday when the railroad old-timers held e• INQUIRE NOW FOR DETAILS asked to bring their Picnic", formerly non Toler, Barbara Irish and Susan and Bud their picnic at the ballpark. All who attended ! SONOTONE HEARING GENTER | OaWardishes and silver- fleds ptihnie' ."Old Cannon from Index. Advanced beginner: Bryan enjoyed this annual outing of the old-timers and ,mX.,,I, Ave.lXed.R.Sld..) • Auckland and Paul Williams. friends, although attendance seemed to be aown • l,.roN, wa0h.,2o . ho.a,2-aT62 • *** from former years. Those with old time An important reminder for people over 62 **** years of age is that August 1 is the deadline Nooks and crannies: John Maloney is home New 7ea[and Man to clatmexempttonfromrealpropertytaxes, and feelinggoodfollowingsurgerytnDoctor's • *** Hospital in Seattle .... Mr. and Mrs. Edd Penton Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Parks moved to an apart- and daughter Mrs. Bob Crumpler are backfrom [ M hd* P[it ment in Snohomish on Wednesday. Earlterin a visit to their former home tn Texas Barny .... n et o Jst U p the week friends gathered for a farewell coffee Bertrand's mother from Winslowhasbeenvtsit- 441 Main Monroe, Wosh. 8272 hour for them. Cake and coffee were served andtug at the Bertrand home for acoupleof weeks .... "Serving others as we wou[d the Parks were presented with a farewell gift Mrs. Ellen Jacobson of Tacomahasbeenvisiting ,, A trade of Methodistlearning process for from the well-wishers. Mr. Parks has been her daughter, Mrs. Pat Miles and family .... Wel- wish t0 be se ed... pulpits for a year has both pastors and their serving in the capacity of principal of the come home to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Richards who C.W. Kerr - A.B. Green brought to Monroe the congregations. Skykomtsh School district but will be unable to have moved back from Seattle into their home John R. Sewell, Sr. E d g a r Hornblow "It is a chance for teach this year due to poor health. We're sorry in Sky. Floyd will commute to Seattle until his M0nr0e 794-7049 - Carnation 333-4179 family from Auckland, us to broaden our hor- to see them leave Sky. retirement this fall from Ideal Cement Company. New Zealand. izons, reach out and **** He has been a chemist for the company for many Pastor Hornblow and accept moreresponst- Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Christophersoncelebrated years .... James Barrett from Bellevue has been imm-H=i=mmmmmmim his wife, Judy, and btlittes for world pro-their 65th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Julyvisiting Pat and Gladys Sullivan and is having sons Peter, 9, Philip, blems and better meet 18. They were surp 'tsed with a lovely dinner so much fun with the kids he doesn't want to go 7, and Stephen, 2, are the challenge of en- at Zeke's Drive-in Restaurant with their family home .... Among those having birthdays this week living in the Methodist vtronmental prob- and former friends of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. are Dave Anderson, Clartce McCausland, Bill parsonage on South lems." the Rev.Horn- A1 Sanford arrived from Vancouver, B.C. for and Melvin Steele, Vtck Pollow, Bob Datema, Lewis Street. blow said. the weekend and several friends from Everett Kay Toler and Nettie Okerlund. In turn, the Rev. Bill arrived Sunday afternoon to help them celebrate **** Smith and his family their day. They have one daughter, Mrs. Harold Pete sez this nice lady told him if he planted N ew n d U sed C are ontheirwaytoNew (Oleda) Gibson and one son Kenneth of San clumps of chives between his rosebushes it a ars Zealand to take over {From Page 1) Bernardino, California, two grandchildren and would keep away the "atheists". P a s t o r Hornblow's 180th Place. seven great grandchildren. Prior to the an- responsibilities for a Sattler was betng heldntversary celebration Kenneth had spent some year. in the county Jail Tues- time in Skykomish visiting his mother and father -= -- .... = = -= ....... The two ministers day and the 16-year- and sister and her husband. said here before the **** Smiths left Sunday that old was tn custody tn th . . the Everett Youth Cen- Mrs. Art (Mabel) Bean enjoyed her birth- e experience ma ter TIL Feerdejoa oTOOePe: Ask the lady,,. who 54th and Evergreen Way T h e Fe rea on the owns UIIE;. Loan Bank Board has southeast corner of approved an applica- ll0th Street arid the if|tia ( a |mR 'aR#ai tton by Everett Fed- BotheU Highway. Cost """'"W .... Everett 353-1192 eral Savings and Loan of the buU_ding is is- 2709 Wetmore AL H-Z I3U Association to open a timated at $75,000. --- -- - ,-' - --- ---- imiamaiaiaillimnimimaimmmiimmaimmmmmmmi branch office, accord- ing to Dewey Barnett, - president of Everett :- Federal. The new branch of- h i&ig ) & h rice will be the first • • • $ i , in the history of the • • , • eli el i i pioneer Everett sav- | IF • 1i ii ' | • " ings and loan assocta- _ _ . ,"--'--L"__ _ - " ' mm)so tion which was founded i | [ li O B- [ n m= me'NoT in1916. Itwill be LL IlllOl l" I, U. ,o=o=, located in the Silver BUILDING MATERIALS & HARDWARE ;li Savings Up To ;.DRESSES Hurry Selection Is Great LADIES' APPAREL SI40HOMISI-I. S~feway Center EVERETT, ISI4 Hawifl' LYNNWOOD, Lynnwood Squ,zre, Fred Meyer MARYSYILLF.. B & M Center Across from L NWOOD OPEN SNOHOMISHNIGHTS MARYSVILLE 'TIL 9 P.M. Division of Snohomish Lumber Co. 118 Lewis OLLED ,oo ROOFING 55-Lb. ROLLED ,.1oo ROOFING 9g-Lb. ROLLED 8 .,oo ROOFING 15-Lb. FELT I0 Per 324 Sq. Ft. Roll Offer Good Tit August 7 WHITE PAINT Buy Now Before Prices Increase/ * Power unit weighs only 6½ Ibs. * Mastergrip handle on top for one-hand control safer tool • Cuts an 8" log in 6-seconds. • Cuts a cord of firewood fast. • Cuts the cost of living on do-it-yourself projects. Pi’- nic tables, furniture, etc. Also see Mini Mac 6 Auto- matic with 14" bar and auto- rnatic chain oiling. SAVE $30 On MINI MAC 6/), WN i $169.95 NOW ........ Come in & meet your New McCullock Dealer SPH CE RTAIN TEED BRAND SELF-SEAL ALT SHINGLE -New Panel -- 4" x 8' x This is a Premium Panel Reg. $6.95 Now Per =quare I~r k BRICK MAPLE MITRE was NOW $5.49 Mitre Box Now Only.. C_=_,~h Value 1/20c; $1.25