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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Sept. 2, 1971 !:;:: W.d. Bosches Surprised On Silver Anniversary Four Win Lower Snoqualmie School Lunch Menu Told Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bosch of 18102 and-Mrs. Jack Doueett of Route 2. and Mrs. Special Fair 154th Avenue were honored at a surprise Rink DeVrtes of Duvall. . " reception recently on the occaston of thetr A number of pictures were taken, includ- a 25th wedding anniversary just before they lefting that of the littlest guest, the anniversary C nning Prizes on a vacatton trip to Nevada. couple's granddaughter, AlyciaColleen Behrens. Hosts for the event were their daughter Sending gifts though unable to attend were Four Monroe women and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Behrens Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennis and Mr. and earned special awards of Edmonds and their son and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Darn Christten. in the canning division Mr. and Mrs. William (Skip) Bosch of Monroe. Immediately following the reception the couple of the Evergreen Fair. The anniversary table was centered with a left with his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Betty Courtney floral arrangement of silver flowers and whiteMrs. Henry Bosch for Reno and other cities inwon a third place in the velvet leaves with baby pink gladiolas in a Nevada. U & I Sugar awards and tall, cut crystal, footed compote belonging toWhile in Spark, Nevada, they visited an aunt a first in jellies for the Mrs. Beech's late grandmother, Mrs. William of Mrs. Henry Bosch, Mrs. Hazel Irish, whom Ball jar awards. Croft. Pink candles in silver holders were at WUltam Bosch had not seen in 40 years. They Others were Linda each side of the centerpiece, also went to Virginia City and toured a silver Mensik, second for Behind the table, Mr. and Mrs. Bosch drank miner's home known as the "House on theHill" fruit, and Htlda Nop- a toast to the past 25 years and one to the made over a period of four years with lumber son, secondforjelltes, next 25 years to come. from the Black Forest of Germany and finishedBall jar awards; and Mrs. Harry Owen of Snohomish, mother of with silver doorknobs. Esther S h a nnahan, Mrs. Bosch, and Mrs. Ed Kirk of Monroe, On the way home the couples stopped at Red first, pickles, K e r r poured. Mrs. Reg Owe= of Monroe cut the Bluff, California where the day before the awards. nntversary cake, a gift of Mr. and Mrs. temperature had been 126 degrees. enry Bosch. Assisting at the dinner for 87 guests were Mrs. Clarence Hester of Monroe, Mrs. Hugh Thomas of Everett and Mrs. Fred Bosch of Monroe. Among flowers sent to the couple was a special arrangement addressed to "Our First Wedding Couple" and sent by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peters, who just recently celebrated 25 years as owners of Monroe Floral. Other floral arrangements and gifts were sent by Mrs. Boseh's sister and family, R.E. Roeghtons of Lawrence City, Kansas; Mr. Mrs. Claggett Installed As Great Pocahontas Beryl Claggett of No- welcomed their great komts Council No. 32 chiefs back fromgreat YOb NG MONROE critics Tom Biderbost, Steve Addison and of Index was installedCouncil at the August Cindy Biderbost here consider the judges' choice for top as great Pocahontasat 24 meeting. Prizes the Degree of Poc- had been presented to awards in the art division at the Evergreen 1;air. The ahontas, ImprovedOr- Nokomis Council for youngsters found that Monroe was well represented in the der of Redmen council first place in public 1 2 1 win category. Shelley Minor of Dickinson Road won best held August 20 and 21 relations and for the in Tacoma. best scrapbooks for cu. ft. & holds of show for amateurs and the sweepstakes award for her Conducting her final the Children's Ortho- 5-Year Warranty! six-color collograph shown at center and Dan Russell of session was Hazel pedic Hospital and West Main won best of show for professionals with his silk Armstrong, of Men- Medical Center. pounds Amana is the only freezer that gives roe, retiring as great Following the meet- this comprehensive coverage. And, it screening shown at top. -- Staff Photo Pocahontas. She was ing, refresh me n t s I=ven a does not cost you one penny more! subsequently instal- were served from an small faro- Exclusive Coverage you get only with Amana: Monroe G/r/Wins Top ArtAward led as greatproph- elaborately decorated ilycan Freepa sfor5fu,,years, etess by the installing table. Many gifts and have an Free labor to replace them for 5 full committee, national a beautifully decorated Amana years! Monroe art student Shelley sign of photographic images on can-g r e a t Pocahontas cake were presented to and save Read this warranty. It's clear. Concise And best Minor's six-color collagraph re- vas. His awards carried a cash Leola Clayton of Col- g r e a t Pocahontas on food warranty afreezerever had! ceived the nod of Evergreen Fair value of $36, The artist is the sonorado; past great Poc-Beryl Claggett. tOO| ahntas Ruth Wegner " C I d " ' ~dT.d~. 5-YEAR WARRANTY judges for the sweepstakes award of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Russell ofWest of Newport and pasti! *ExclusiveAmana- Amana warrants for S years from date of or g nalpur. at the fair's annual exhibit of oUs,Main Street. He attended Western great Pocahontas Sal-j e n or Contact chasein U.S., replacement or repair of parts found de. ~ ~ __ __ ____ ~ '":- Freezing. .,. ' . fectiveastoworkmanshipormaterialundernorma use. ;=lP te color mixed medt ,.d .aw W;ashtngtotl S ate College in Belling- ly Olson of Everett. .... ~.:; .,~,.~ $ .1~. ,af~ a~:~- .,,.:,.. Four f st f eez.,Thisincludeslaborrequiredfrreplacementfdefec'Defectlve parts are, to be returned through " : It S, v pt e, pottery tex- ham=rid:will-attend the Untversity of Others instal 1 !-- l_v shelves., Amana's dealer-distr,butor organization. ju ior , amateu*rsand" Washington this fall. were Doris Hall Kids Day at Evel ............. * Bier-MoP@door" Owner is i'e'$pon$ible for serviceman's trave charges. :professionals. Several other Tulalip Council No. 11, ! green Fair, all under : with three partslCal cartage' replacement f gaskets' rubber r plastiCand/ight bulbs. Any product subjected to acc- : Miss Minor's print, involving six area artists were recognized with Everett, as Great Min- i 16 admitted free; car- shelves, dent, misuse negligence, abuse, defacement of serial : separate color processtngs, was en- ribbons for their efforts. Winners plate or alteration shall void the warranty. nehaha, Emma Clag- ntval rides half price We don't think you can match InCanada, the warranty applies as above except that :tered in the amateur division, mixed were: " it does not cover taxes, duUes, assessments levied at :media class. It was awarded a blue Suzanne Wetzel, Route 3, Sno- gett of Nokomis Coun- until 6 p.m. this Amana anywhere| time of part export. T o 1 e r o Rebekah ribbon, for mixed media, a best ofhomtsh, second prize, water color, cil No. 32 of Index Lodge, regular meet- :show rosette for the amateur amateur division; Betty Keene, She-as first great scout, and Joyce Hill of No- in s resume 7:30 p.m. Deepfreeze n ',division and the sweepstakes award homish, first and second, amateur kom s Council asfirst gFriday IBIOMn~ JL ]FREiRZnzR i - _ [~ :carrying a total cash award value sculpture; Paul Mumm, Route 3, Senior Citizens Day, great councelor. :of $86. It was one of several hun-Snohomish, third, amateur sculp- Hazel Smith and Ber- Evergreen Fair, all :dred entries submitted by 168 ture; Nila Robinson, Route 1, first, ;entrants. junior division drawing; Linda niece Norris of No- over 65 in free. komis Council and LU-, Saturday Miss Minor has comuleted her Keene, Snohomish, second in jun- lien Olson of Kloshe MHS Black-Orange :Junior year at the University of tar sculpture; ' Turn Tum Counc i 1 game 6 p.m. followed :Washington. She is the daughter Mikael McGrath, 179th Avenue, w e r e appointed to by WSR-MHS a 1 u m :of Mrs.' Barbara Minor of Dick- Monroe, honorable mention, pro- Great Council cam- game approximately :tnson Road and Jack Minor of Sno- fesstonal oil; John Furlong, 171st mittees. 7:30. Coaches bar- :homtsh and is the granddaughter ofAvenue, first in Junior ceramics; Plans are beingmade becue following first ;Street.:Mrs" Ralph Minor of West Main andBbbtesecond,Greenleaf'professionalSnhmish'waterfirst to hold the next Greatgame. A classmate of Miss Minor's when color; Richard Nash, Snohomish, Council in Sultan, with Photo session for senior Bearcat foot- the two attended Monroe High School, second, professional water color; Nokomis Council host-ball players, 1-2 p.m. Dan Russell of West Main Street, was Larry Countryman, Snohomtsh, ing. also a top winner with a best of show third, professional drawing, and Nokomis Council on field. ~!1 i " ,~ in the professional division for aDan Prevett, Snohomtsh, first, pro_- - - .... mixed media entry involving a de- fesstonal sculpture. kpund$ / ~ 1 ~ 'l~]~a'd/ - 28.0cu. ft. 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B a r Peas, Plain Cake w/ :menu for Lower She- Cookie. Chocolate Frosting. qualm e Valley School Thursday: T a c o s Friday: Pizza, But- District will be pub- with Lettuce and tered Corn, Buttered ..... ltshed as space allows.Shredded Cheese, Jel- Broccoli, Buttered Hot The following is for lied Fruit Salad, But-B r e a d, Chilled September 7 through tered Carrots and Peaches. 10. Monday: Holiday Tuesday: Hamburger GREEN'S on buttered bun with Lew.]s and Hill St. Relishes-Onions, Bu. Green Beans, Shoe- MONROE, WASHINGTON string Potatoes, Or- angee Wedges. 7 a.m. to , dnesday: Spa- ghetti, Garlic But- 10 p.m. CAMPUS tered French Bread, Tossed Green Salad w/ Da',s Week Dressing, Canned for Men & Boys In. *Cords a line *Plaids Bowlers Mon.-Sat *Nvlo s bpec a NOW THRU .LABOR DAY .= ..................... AA ....... A . Now For , } JointheFun IWe feature''' " 1" } Information Call $ Bowl Mondays $ -LEE-LEVI JANTZEN ...................... 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