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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA., August 4, 1977 4r FOR THE (Local Silver Salmon) Complete Dinner ON THE RIVER IN SNOHOMISH August 6 and 10 Meetings Set for W.W.I. Veterans and Auxiliary World War I Veterans of the Monroe Barracks No. 2377 and Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 12 noon for a potluck luncheon Wednesday, Aug. 10 at the Congregational Church Hall on 309 S. Lewis St. District No. 3 will hold a session beginning with a luncheon at noon Saturday, August 6 at Roy's Chuckwagon, located at S2nd and Evergreen Way, Everett. Following the luncheon, there will be separate meetings. District Commander Jackson will preside for the W.W.I. Barracks and District President Margaret Smith of Anacor- tes, Auxiliary No. 2066, will preside for the Auxiliary. Department of Washington W.W.I. President Irene Bourne will make her official visit at the District No. 3 session. Drama Workshop Offered Aug. 9-11 The Monroe Valley Community Arts, Assoc. is presenting a Drama Workshop from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 9-11 at the Frank Wagner Auditorium located in the Monroe Middle School on Main St. The course is offered for $10 per person. Joe Pruett, instructor will be covering such things as stage geography, composition, tryouts, groupings, movement, stage busi- ness, timing, creating character, acting technique and make-up. For further information, call 794-5870. a for interest to... Women's Page Editor Mrs. Byron Named Mother of the Year ; Hogue Engaged William A. Dennis Riggle B. Hogue of Upper Marlboro, Maryland is proud to announce the engagement of his daughter, Taza Mar- lene, to William A. Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dennis of Monroe. Miss Hogue is a 1975 grad- uate of the University of Maryland and is currently employed by the Maryland State Board of Elections in Upper Marlboro. She is also on the Board of Directors for the Prince George's County League of Women Voters. HM2 Dennis is a graduate of Monroe High School and is in the Navy. He was assigned to Pearl Harbor after completing training for deep sea diving at the Ana- costia Naval Station in Wash- ington; D.C. The marriage is planned for August 27 in the Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints. VFW Hold Successful Picnic, Slate Second Hand Sale ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ............ .,,,,,, ....................... ~'~''~'~'~'~I~'~.....1~'~'~'~'~'~*~*~+~'~'~'~'~'`~''~`~',~'t~'''~'~ Patriot i .ares Is ul ~ / " ktl %%< ,h ~r~ o Snohomish Shopping Center ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Auxiliary President Sandy Smith. A successful picnic was held in July by members of the Veteran's of Foreign Wars Post No. 7511 and Auxiliary with about 35 in attendance, according to LaVette Moser. A second hand sale was slated from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 11-13, at 103 West Main St., next to Soma's Insurance. Lots of good usable items both new and used have been collected for the sale, according to LaVette. There will be a meeting of the pos+ and auxiliary at 8 p.m. on Aug. 11, in the IOOF Hall on S. Lewis St. Some important business will be discussed at this meeting Mrs. Thomas Byron of 3 Plainview Place has been selected concerning .the Fair Parade on Aug. 27, according to Eagles mother of theyear for District No. 9 which includes LaVette. the eight auxiliaries of Snohomish County. Her name was selected from a drawing held July 10 at the .'J'""'''m"'"'~'~"m"~'="''''""''""''''"""''"'''"'''"""'''"'""""''""''""''''''"''''''"''""'''''`~ Snohomish Eagles Club, at which time she received a lovely i NEWAnn/V,~tS i i red rose bud corsage made from three rosebuds and babys breath. The new District Deputy Alice Beltcher of Snohomish, made the presentation. Her main duty as Eagles Mother of the Year is t accompany the district president to all district meetings. Mrs. Byron has lived in Monroe all of her life and was Mr. and Mrs. Mel Armstrong are the proud great-grand- formerly LaVerne Thomas. She is the'mother of three parents of a baby boy born to Danny and Pam Armstrong on children, Peggy, Lvle and Vicki and a two and a half year July 16 at Minot, N. Dakota. old grandson, Matihew. The baby, named James Christopher, weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces. This is the first time in a number of years a Mother of the Year has been selected from Monroe, according to Eagles Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Armstrong of Monroe and maternal grandfather is M.L. Nordby of Startup. : 77 ......... :.~+ii .... diagonal ..... ~.:.~:::~:!:!!!! i Designed to perform better and last longer than any previous 19" diagonal XL-100 chassis. Runs significantly cooler than the chassis it replaces--which means greater reliability. Uses less energy than a 100 watt light bulb. Automatic Color Control- Automatic Fleshtone Correction-Super AccuColor Black Matrix Picture Tube-- Contemporary styled, durable cabinet. your 117 E. Main BANKAMERICARO Easy Credit Locally Owned 794 - 5858 Calendar Jehovah's Witnesses in the Monroe Congregation will convene on Aug. 13 and 14 at the new Jehovah's Witness- es Assembly Hall of Wash- ington, 11515-62nd Ave. E., Puyallup, Wash. for their semi-annual circuit assem- bly. Morning and afternoon ses- sions are schedtded for each day. Monroe First Baptist Church, located on Hospital Rd., will hold Vacation Bible School each evening from b:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, Aug. 8-12 at the church. There will be classes from nursery through adults. Carl and Shelly Lehman of Snohomish became the parents of a baby boy on July 23 at Valley General Hospital, Monroe. The baby, named Bradley Michael, weighed 7 pounds, 9V~ ounces. *** Roger and Betty Janssen of Snohomish became the parents of a baby girl on July 26 at Valley General Hospital, Monroe. The baby, named D.D. Renee', weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces. *** Mark and Lynne Hereth of Snohomish became the parents of a baby girl on August 1 at Valley General Hospital, Monroe. The baby, named Anna Elizabeth, weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Evangelist to Speak At Bethel Church Evangelist Doug McMurray and the Singing McMurray Family are slated to sing and speak at the Bethel Church, 1405 W. Main St., at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 5 and 6 and at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7. Pastor Gering invites every- one to come and hear this outstanding young family. ALL WOMEN'S FASHIONS to CLEAR Were '1400 - '22 I 99 I Were '32 - '44 Were * 10 - 99 99 Were. '4" - s13" I 108 W. Main ys 79 4- 75 Monroe