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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Sept. 2, 1971 Cherry Valley PTA To Hold Salmon Barbecue Tolt varsity football players and cheerleaders willbe guests of honor at the Cherry Valley Parent Teacher Association's salmon barbecue scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m., Septemberll, at the Cherry Valley Grade School in Duvall. The menu will include barbecued salmon, corn on the cob, French bread, salad, mtlk andcoffee and ice cream cup. Mrs. William Herzog said proceeds will be used for projects at the Cherry Valley school and donations of $2 for adults, $1.25 for students and 75 cents for children will be asked. f'Ji i if m i m im m m mm J (from Page 1) (from Page 1) classes at 9 to 11:30 a.m and 1 to 3:30 p.m. for kindergarteners and 9 a.m, to 3:30 p.m for fourth and fifth graders. Principal Orv Isenberg said ktndergarteners will begin school on a staggered schedulewith one-third attending the first day, a second third on the second day and the balance joining the group on the third day. He said scheduling was planned that way as a way to eliminate first- day panic among the kindergarteners who are easily overwhelmed by great numbers of students. Parents are receiving letters this week advising them of the scheduling for their children, Isenberg added. The older children will find their names on a class list posted to each door. Hot lunches will be served those who do not bring lunches from home. Lunch tickets may be purchased daily at 30 cents each or by the week, month or for all year. Maltby School Students in kindergarten through fifth grade in the Maltby area will follow the same ele- mentary school schedule with classes from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. A single kindergarten ses- sion will be held from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Wagner Elementary First, second and third graders will attend 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. class sessions at the school on Dickinson Road. Principal Gene Ernster asked that parents learn the numbers ofthebus- ses their youngsters ride and impress upon the children the importance of remembering their bus numbers to avoid confusion the first few days. Ernster said those new to the district can usually find out the bus numbers from ueigh- boring children. He suggested parents knowing of families new to the district help them out in that way. The lunch program at Frank Wagner will cost the same as at Central, 30 cents for a complete meal and milk. Milk may be purchased sep- arately at five cents. Ernster asked that $3 fees, due for all students in the first through fifth grades, be paid as soon as possible during the first month of school. He said the fees YOUR LOW I flVF RHI:AD-FACTORY DIRECT DEALER COLLINS CHEVROLET 794-7600/ Monroe only partly cover the cost of workbooks. Students at the Wagner Elementary School will also have their names on the doors. Those new to the district, who have not yet registered, are asked to report to the multi-purpose room. _equiem mass was ents in Yonkers, Mr. c lebrated Saturday in a n d Mrs. Alfred I/5"nnwood for Alfred Griglio. G. Griglto, 35, o f Bible vigil services Alderwood Manor, an were held Friday active member of the evening in Edmonds Sky Valley Wanderers and Requiem mass was who was one of two men celebrated at Thomas killed in the crash of a More Catholic Church light plane August 24 in Lynnwood on Sat- tn Okanogan County. urday. Mr. Grtglio was a corm nercial aerial hotographer for a eattle firm. He and the firm's pilot, John R. Williams, 25 of Seattle, were return- tug from an assign- ment in the north cas- cades when their twin engine aircraft struck Liberty Bell Peak, 70 miles northwest of Okanogan. Mr. Grigllo w a s born in Yonkers, New York on December 3, 1935. He and his wife, Elaine, a nd four daughters, L o r i, Denis, Kathleen and Christina, were active with the four-wheel drive organizattorj here, the Sky Valle Wanderers. Heis sur- vived by his wife and children and his par- EVERGREEN RACES Western Grand National NASCAR $12,000 Purse. MONROE ELECTRIC at Monroe Hardware I Electrical Contracting D 25 Years Serving Monr6e Area MONROE: 79t-8733 SNOHOMISH: LO 8-4568 Sunday, Sept. S six-year terms. Serving as park and recreation comm ssioners at present are George Hieber, chairman, and Dr. Robert Koop, Bruce T. Barnes, Dr. Robert Wilcox and George "Bud" Ohlsen. Also up for election in November is the Hospital District No. 1 position, a six-year term. Nominating petitions are no longer re- quired for the directorship. The candidate, however, must be a resident of the comm ,ssioner district the numerical description represents and must file a declaration of candidacy with the County Auditor's Office between September 3 and 17. Incumbent in the hospital commission seat is Mrs. Grace Kirwan of South Blakely Street who was appointed last April after the resigna- tion of Irv Faussett. Vets To Meet Monroe Barracks VWW[ 2377 and auxil- iary will meet in reg- ular sessions Sept- ember 8, at Congrega- tional Hall OPTOMETRIST 124 F. Moin St., Monroe HOURS: Tuesday or Thursday 7:15 pm Saturday, 9:30 am or 2 pm Channel 3 Schedule I IlW;,~JM" aGIV~, i:d LL Monroe Shopping Center IL 108 E. Main St. FELT TIP Variety of Colors to Choose from. Mfrs. Sugg. Ret. 49 \ 794-7351 UG 794-8860 Mfrs. Sugg. Ret. 49 Pencil Mfrs. Sugg. Ret. 79 BIG Tabl Sept. 2 Thurs. Sept. 3 Fri. Sept. 6 Mort. 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