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August 4, 1977, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Three Sheriff's Dept. Rescues Tallied The Snohomish County Sheriff's Department con- ducted 26 search and rescue missions during the first six months of 1977, including four drownings and one fatal climbing accident, according to the latest sheriff's report. During the same time last year, the sheriff's depart- ment carried out 28 search and rescue operations. Acting Sheriff Bob Phillips credited the department's new, larger helicopter with cutting down response time to emergencies. mO0000OOOO000OO00OO00000000OO0000OO000001~ 0 0 presents a Drama Workshop 7- 10 p.m. Aug 9- I1 Frank Wagner Auditorium : _$10 per p.erson For Further informatmn Call 794-5870 Joe Pruett, instructor 00000000000000000_0000000000000000000000 Please call or bring your Women's Page news in on Fridays. Monroe Monitor -- 794- 7116 Troop 70 August 12 & 13 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Corner of Powell & Kelsey proceeds will go for purchase of camping equipment for the troop. NEW MARSHAL--Jay Harvey, Snohomish County "s former Sheriff and former field com- mander of the Washington State Patrol, yester- day was sworn in as United States Marshal for Western Washington. He immediately enplaned for Washington, D. C., where he will undertake an intensive briefing from the U.S. Department of Justice. U.S. Marshal Harvey, left, has been and remains one of the most respected sheriffs and majors of the state patrol in the annals of Washington state lawmen. At right, federal court Judge Charles McGovern administered the oath of office to Harvey. Origami Featured At City Library Legal notices MONROE PUBLIC SCHOOLS School District No. 103 Monroe, Washington 98272 Origami, the Japanese art of paper-folding, will be fea- tured activity of a Happening (Continued from page 1)at the Monroe Library on Fri- The Board of Directors of day, August 5 from 10:30 Monroe School District No. a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 103 have scheduled a special Blakely, filed for re-election School age children will public meeting for review and adoption of the final to council position No. 3, learn to change a plain sheet budget for the 1977-78 school which he has held since of paper into a familiar year. The meeting will be 1974. . animal to take home with held August 15, 1977, 7:00 Former councilman Lloyd them. They will also enjoy p.m.. in the Board Room of Helm, 716 Lawrence,filed listening to the story of "Pet- the Administration Office, for the at-large position ronella," aprincess who sets 480 W. Columbia, Monroe. which is being vacated by 'out to seek her fortune, and Washington. first term councilman Mike participating in the story of McCloud. "The King With the Terrible All three members of the Temper." Monroe School District Board of Education whose terms expired have fded for Services Held for re-election and are unoppos- ed. Irvin Jones, Dorothy Gerald Boeser Moberg and Douglas Keyes Services were held in Mon- will run to be re-elected in roe Thursday for Gerald Boe- their 4-year positions. set, 29, of Clallam Bay, who Snohomish County posi- died July 25 as a result of a tions shaped up with a little logging accident. more enthusiasm, as nearly He was born April 5, 1948 every position will be con- in Minnesota. The deceased tested. man was a 1966 graduate of In The Snohomish County Monroe High School. Assessor contest, incumbent He leaves his wife, Vickie, Robert Shaw, an Everett of the family home; two sons, Democrat, will face Demo- Todd and Justin; his mother, cratic challenger Nick Agos- Mrs. Philomene Boeser of tinelli of Everett. Monroe; three sisters, Clara No Republicans filed for Hanson and Yvonne Man- Snohomish County Sheriff, oske, both of Monroe, and but there are eight Demo- Martha Aney of Quesnel, crats hoping topin on the top Canada. lawman s badge. Among A Mass of Christian Burial those who filed are: was held Thursday at St. Bob Twitchell, Everett; Eu- Mary's Catholic Church, gene Oswald, the present with Father Michael Ryan of- Undersheriff, Everett, Rob- ficiating. Interment followed ert Turner, Arlington; Rob- in the Monroe IOOF Ceme- ert Dodge, Edmonds; D.C. tery under the direction of "Doug" Englebretson, Ev- Purdy and Kerr Chapel, erett; Donald R. Nelson, Monroe. Bothell; Joseph E. McCann, Jr., Marysville; and John "Hugo Frye" Patric, Sno- homish. 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