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September 1, 1977

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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe. WA.. September 1, 1977 Fair Opening Ceremonies: Ruth Grewe, Snohomish County Dairy Princess, Sen. Jackson, County Commissioner Charles Hill, Congressman Meeds, Fair Director Richard Forsgren, Jill Crawford, alternate. .d ! The sidewalks in front of the Monitor building provided good viewing. (Continued from page 1) Gray, 89-year-old logger in a 23-year old truck, second; Arabian Knights horse unit, third. Trophies were award- ed for originality, workman- ship, costume and grooming and handling of horses. The Fair Parade Committee will hold a 7:30 p.m. meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 21 in the Monroe City Hall chamb- ers to critique this year's parade ~nd to lay the groundwork for next year's parade, according to Fred W,,iser, committee chair- man. City of Leavenworth float - 1st place in float division. , ' t ~v Seattle's Renaissance Drill Team Mayor's Trophy Winners / Kids parade provided plenty of color. Coast Guard Color Guard Television Clown J.P. Patches greeted a young admirer. 0 i / ;i ;~: ~ :?/i #(ii~)~/ Nile Temple's precision motorcycle team performed for the crowd Plaque-winning Sultan High School "Turk' Band