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Sept.18, 1975, Monitor, Monroe, WAr Page 'rhrr- YOUNGSTEAS EMBARKING on their edu- cation careers in Miss Judy Willems !morning kindergarten class at Frank Wag- oner Elementary are in front, from left, Cari Starcevich, Christopher Bauer, Dale Alexander, Keith Parrish, Mike Colyn, i Lisa Meads and Shayla Wilbur In middle Dale Jelink Service Held Funeral services employed by NEPA were held Wednesday Construction, Sno- W, for Dale L. Jelinek at homish. i;the Purdy and Kerr Mr. Jelinek leaves i:Chapel with Reverend his parents, Mr. and George Kopper of- Mrs. Hal Fisher of fflciatlng. Cremation Monroe; three sisters wlth Inurnment fol- Mrs. Diane Smith of lowed. Marysville, Mrs. Lin- da Butler of Lynnwood Mr. Jelinek, 18, of and Miss Nancy Fish- Monroe, died Septem- er of Monroe; abroth- -bet 14 as a result of er, Bob of McMinn- traffic accident, ville, Oregon; a cous- i He was born Decem- in, Lorena Blomgren ber 22, 1956, in Mon- of Monroe and his .:roe. A June, 1975, raduate of Monroe llgh School he was Eouncil Okays grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Blomgren of Spo- kane. (From Page I) ;that effect before being advised by Knappe that ,the action would be invalid. He withdrew the mottono Monroe Building Inspector Dick T aylor told !the council he needed a "yes" or "no" answer from them before he could issue a permit for the third building. Councilman Harry Donovan said he felt it was important to get the project started and made a motion to adopt the planning commission recommendations. On vote, Councilman Donovan, Helm, Wayne Whtsnant and Donetta Walser were in favor while Mike McCloud, Allan Borlin and Ewalt Schrag cast "no" votes. Schrag and Borlin seemed opposed to the idea of closing Monroe Street and aired that opinion throughout the discussion. Councilmen decided to continue to study the matter. for a warm winter Pacific Trail Jackets full selection of Girls Sizes Use Our Convenient Layaway Plan ... F 2nd & Cedar Snohomish are Jan Sherman, Randy Cahoon, John Win- thers, Darin Nelson, Tana Smith, David Vonada and Shawna Sonnonbergo In back are Heather Carlson, Matt Fowler, Mike Mar- tin, Eric Hargrave, Jennifer Duke, Tracy Webster and Jeff Creswello Absent was Mark Davisono --Staff Photo en's Sl 11 a.m. till dark Lunch - Games at Index Sportsmen Park Publ ic Invited 9-7110 AM/FM Stereo ~:' :$ ~. ":".?.~ .~@ :' ~'$:" "~"$:~ ". ": ~,~.'. ~::,~:r.~:~:~::~:i: .. $ 8: ~ -"~:.::~i ::::~$ .... ...... ................ .............................. :.~. " hb: :'~:~ :.+ ::.+ ~:.. :::.'" '.:.:.+ .::::~ ~?: .:~..?~ ~ :~ ~:::.. .*.~. . :.*,. ,.~.':::" . .... ::.:+ ~'::. ::'. .... ~~ ::2" ..~: ".'~. "':: :~. ::::" ~'.,'-.:,:;:.:. ':~ >.'::: "' : ::. .:.'." ::::::': .--:'-:. "''-"" ' :N-:.. -: .... -The Best Values in Top Quality GE Radios and Stereos AM/FM Stereo with 8-track tape player/recorder & turntable 88 88 YOUR CHOICE AM/F M Receivers, one with turntable, the other with 8-track tape player only 88 AM Clock Radio model 1388 7 -4725 AM/FM Clock model 7-4300 Digital Radio 2888 with any stereo purchase... Model HP-1 headphones a 9.99 value AM Di lock Radi model 7-4333 4888 with glowi, g numbers Antenna sales & installation by Winegard factory-trained technicians--full line of Antennas and supplies. e offer speedy in-home service on all makes of televisions. Serving the entire Skykomish and Snohomish Valleys. Monroe gm m A pretty big tree, too the equivalent ol over 2,000 pounds ol wood per person. You may find this hard to believe. But it's true. Wood is used in the newspaper you're reading. Furniture. Floor wax. Milk cartons. Grocery sacks. Fire logs. Insulation. You name it. Weyerhaeuser wants to make sure that you never have to choose between milk cartons and valuable forest- land, That's why we planted 30 million seedlings in Wash- ington during the past year. Wood is our only renew- able resource. Weyerhaeuser is making sure that there will always be a dependable sup- ply. Because someday you might use two trees a year. If you'd like the whole story on how High Yield Forestry and an ambitious regeneration program are helping us provide for the future, write Weyerhaeuser, P.O. Box 1228, Everett, Wash- ington 98206. We're here to stay. And so are the trees. Weyerhaeu o - The Tree Growing Company