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Sept. 13, 1973, Monitor, Monroe, WA. Page Five MONROE SCHOOL board member HowardI Bond, left, presents three of the first sen- ior citizen gold club cards issued by the district recently. From front to back receiving their cards are Rose Struber, George Guy and David Meeds. The cards Service Held entitle those over 60 years of age free ad- mission to school district sponsored func- tions. Persons may apply for the card at the school district administration office, the East County Senior Center or the Monroe Convalescent Center. --Staff Photo Monroe Public Schools ... For Longtime Monroe Man For those residing in the Southeastern por- tion of the county, near the Snohomtsh-Ktng county boundary, a cooperative preschool Funeral services were held last Thurs- day at the Monroe Christian Reformed Church for Henry Groeneveld with Pas- tor Rtts Tadema of- will be offered at fictating. Cherry Valley Ele- Mr. Groeneveld, 72, mentary School in of Monroe, died Sept- Duvall beginning in ember 3, following a October. brief illness. The preschool, for He was born January three and four year 21, 1901, in Germany, old children, will pro- coming to the United vide learning exper- States in 1931 and to fences with a pro- the Monroe area tn fesstonal teacher and 1938. He was a re- an advisor from Bel- tired dairyman and levue Community Col- a member of the ledge. Christian Reformed or registration or Church of Monroe. He further tnformation call Marlene Rtspens at 788-3389, Fall Schedule Told For Area Bookmobile The Fall schedule for the Sno-Isle Re- gional Library Book- mobile was released recently. Beginning Septem- was a former commit- teeman of the A.S.CS. Snohomish County. M r. Groeneveld leaves his wife, Hella, of Monroe; two sons, WUard and Henry, both of Route 2, Mon- roe; three daughters, Gretel Groeneveld and Mrs. U.L. (Adeltne) Inge, both of Everett and Mrs. Bradley (Lillian) Pattie of Monroe; two broth- ers, Frteltng Groen- eveld of Everett and Menno Groeneveld of Stanwood; two sis- ters, Mrs. HUkeltne Beekm nn of Route 2, ber 10 the bookmobile will make a trip Monroe and Mrs. H.- through the valleys ward Taggart of Ev- erett and seven every two weeks on Monday. Following is a list of stops: 148th Street South- east (Old Monroe-Sul- tan Highway} and 275th Avenue Southeast - 11 to 11:20 a.m.; E. Lentz', 124th S t r e e t Southeast {Crossroads} at Sul- tan Basin Highway - 11:35 a.m. to 12:05 p.m.; Startup, Z tebell' s Store - 1:15 to 1:40 p.m.; Index School - 2 to 2:30 p.mo; Index Post Office - 2:35 to 3 p.mo For further infor- mation call OL9-5700 or AL9-8177. y patentee grandchildren. Interment was in the IO.O.F. Cemeteryun- der the direction of Purdy and Kerr Fun- eral Chapel. Memorials may be made to a favorite charity. If you don't want to be embarrassed by in-, feriority, advertise where you'll be read .... in the MONITOR. On School Supplies Office Furniture Chairs, September 17-21 Lunch Menu Monday: Lasagna, Thursday: Chicken Buttered Corn, Hot Chop Suey, Fluffy Garlic Bread, Goofy Rice, Green Peas, Cake, Milk. Bread and Butter, Tuesday: Beef Stew Prune Cake, MUk. With Vegetables, Friday: Tomato or Pickle Slice, HotBis- Vegetable Soup, cult and Butter, Fruit Toasted Cheese Sand- Jell., Milk. wich, Celery Stuffed Wednesday: Chili, With Peanut Butter, Carrot Sticks, Hot Chocolate Chip Cook- Roll and Butter, Pears te, Milk. and Milk. Child Birth Classes Scheduled At Hospital A new series of child birth educa- tion classes are scheduled to begin at Valley General Hospital in Mon- roe Se! tember 17. The nine week series is designed to help expectant parents develop a clear understanding of childbirth. Course topics will include in- formation on pregnancy, labor and delivery, postpartum and baby care. Also Included will be instruction in breathing techniques, conditioning and relaxation exercises. The classes are designed for couples in the last three months of pregnancy. There is a $9 fee for theprogram which covers the cost of a workbook and materials. Persons wishing more informa- tion about the class should call the hospital at 794-7497. Advanced re- gistration is required and class size Is held to a minimum. Buy in Yottr Container and $AVE! Originator of Jet Pumps Get the factd Come in or phone: Monroe Hardware & SPORTING GOOD8 Monroe Shopping Center --and more EE'S Hours |:30 to :30 Monday - Saturday lit Street -- Snohomllh -- M8-44$3 I 2nd El. Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 Where the customer is the company dohannsen-Havens Wedding Celebrated A Canadian honeymoon followed the August 17 wedding of Julte Johannsen of Monroe and Nelson Havens of Maltby at the Maltby Con- gregational Church. The double ring evening ceremony was per- formed by Reverend Norman Green. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johannsen, Monroe was given in marriage by her father. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nel- son Havens of Maltby. Attending the bride was Debbie Whitfield, Monroe, as maid of honor and Kathy West, Maltby, as bridesmaid: The attendent and candlelighter, Janet Bauer and Linda West, both of Maltby, wore blue and white long sleeved dresses and carried blue and white carnations. Greg Hamik of Tacoma was the best man. Larry Bauer, of Maltby and Steve and Denny Johannsen, the bride's brothers, were ushers. They wore white and black tuxedoes with blue carnation boutonnters. Both the bride and groom's mothers wore a blue carnation and white rose bud corsage. The reception was held at the Comm mity Club and was decorated in the bride's colors of blue and white. A blue and white floral centerpiece was arranged on the main table. Mrs. Court Dezotell and Mrs. William Hieb cut the cake. Mrs. Leonard Hamtk poured punch and Mrs Russell Dean and Mrs. Ken Strteby served coffee. Wilma Eppinga was in charge of the guestbook and Elaine Johannsen and Ann Farrtngton took care of the gifts. Matt and Jon Strieby, nephews of the groom, passed the grooms cake. Both the bride and groom are Monroe High School graduates, Julte in 1973 and Nelson in 1972. Julia is currently employed at Klng Size Photo in Everett, while Nelson works on a farm. The couple resides in Maltby. MR. AND MRS. NELSON HAVENS (Crown Studio Portrait) 701 First Street Snohomish, WA Dial 568-4126 (Home Owned) II i i The following Local Firms are Proud of having participated in your project... Bntractors Sub-Contractors Suppliers Dunbar Lumber Keith Krause Smith & Carlso. Valley Concrete Welding & Ornamental dk