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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA,Sept. 18, 1975 ~i ..... Three of the Rainbow Girls officers to be installed at "- day night's public installation are, from left to right, Judy Holm, Patti Vanderweyst and Worthy Advisor Teri Magnuson° Top Cash Paid Flats Provided Bring Berries to: BERRYLAND PACKERS Hwy 2 Monroe 794.--5700 WHEELER'S COLD STORAGE 5th & Maple Snohomish 258-3553 Receiving Hours: 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m o a --Staff Photo VFW Women Meet Among the subjects discussed at last weeks meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxil- iary were the Voice of Democracy contest, held annually, a luncheon and style show the date of which will be announced lat- er and donation of items to the Volunteers of America camp in Sul- tan. Sehior Center Sept.28 Rainbow Installation Slated New officers of the local chapter of the In- ternational Order of Rainbow Girls will be in- stalled at public ceremonies at 8 p.m., Satur- day, September 20, at the Monroe Masonic Hall. Teri Magnuson will be installed as worthy ad- visor and the theme for her administration will be "Let there be peace on earth." Her colors will be blue, ice blue and white. Other newly elected officers are worthy As- sociate Advisor Debble King, Charity Angie Turner, Hope Patti Vanderweyst and Faith Judy Holm. The appointed officers are Recorder Sandl Snow, Treasurer Tracy Anderson, Chaplain Jennifer Gladish, Drill Leader Kim Creswell, Love Genny Ellis, Religion Diane Hensley, Nature Julie Burslem, immortality Jennifer Allen, Fidelity Mill Direct Pass These Savings "The Finest" from Barwick with the Best Rubber Pad on 123 No. Monroe's Church of the Nazarene'will host Rev- erend and Mrs. Roy Copelln, on furlough from the Philippines where they are mis- sionaries, at 7p.m., Jan Sofie, Patriotism Diane Hagglund, Service / Monday, September Tracy Magnuson, Confidential Observer Patti P ole 22 at the Church. They and Outer Observer Bonnie Mathews. have spent 21 years Courtesy officers are East Page Debble Sanders, of service in the Phili- West Page Laurie Mathews, American Flag Bear- ppines. er Becky Graham, Rainbow Flag Bearer C ndy Rev. Copelin has al- Sanders, Bible Bearer Julie Jones and Keeperofternated between being the Jewels Debbie Jackson. president of the Naza- A reception will follow the installation, rene Bible College in Methodist Women Meet Baguio City, P.I., and serving as mission The United Methodist The October meeting director since 1955. Women met September will be at 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Copelin taught 3 in the Amanda Lay- October 8 and Friendlyat the Bible college and man Memorial Hall Circle will be in was station treasurer. beginning with an charge. The Monday services executive meeting ports were given by will include reports by which was followed by different chairmen. Rev. Copelin and he will a pot luck dinner serv- have slides to show. ed by members of Mary Circle. After the dinner, re- ravelin ownspeople 12 noon to 5 p.m. $2.00,Children under 12 $1.00 on Highway2, Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Bus Clickenger had travelers from out of town visiting them recently. They were daughter Mrs. Dale Novotny with sons Dean and Russ of LaCrescenta, California and Eranddaughter Anne Renfrow from Sun Valley, alifornta. Ann and D.R. Johnson hosted two of their four children recently who came to give moral sup- port to the family while D.R. underwent open heart surgery. They were Dick from Cheyenne, Wyoming and Sue Clare from Kansas City. Their second son, Dennis, with his wife Bet- tie and sons Brent and Matthew from Apple- ton, Wisconsin spent several weeks here in Aug- ust. They also visited with the Johnson's fourth son Steve along with his wife Joan and their children Marry, Mtchelle and Mike in Edmonds. Are You Coil f r areer A e? Join us at the London Inn this Sunday at 9:30 a .m. for fellow- ship, discussion and coffee. Faith Center Assembly of God for more information; call 794-8598 , Meet The See some of the Radios & Stereos, Craig & Lewis onroe "Of interest to... ! by Nellie Robertson Plant A "Plant Party" will be staged bythe Monroe Jaycee Auxiliary at 8 pore., Wednesday, Sep- tember 24 at the East County Senior Center on Hiway 2. House plants and other popular greenery will be displayed and will be available for purchase. A demonstration will be given by a repre- sentative of the Growing Gift in Everett. The public is invited to attend and bring their sick plants° Helpful suggestioc s for care of plants and remedies for ailing plants will be given. Proceeds from this function will go toward community service projects. Engagement Announced Reverend and Mrs. Edward W. Anderson of Woodinville announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary, to Mr. Kevin Anderson, son of Reverend and Mrs. Roy Anderson of Monroe. Miss Anderson graduated from Bothell High School and Mr. Anderson is a Monroe High School graduate. Both are presently attending Northwest College in Kirkland. Several Rainbow officers from Monroe, Terri Snow, Grand Representative to Kansas, Dee Jones, Mother Advisor and Mrs. Peggy Win- ther, Grand Deputy of District 6 attended the official visit of Grand Worthy Advisor Sue De Vore staged by Occidental and Queen Ann Rain- bow Assemblies in Seattle. They were accom- panied by Mrs. Ronald Snow. The Monroe Rainbow Girls are making plans for a pancake breakfast slated Saturday, Sep- tember 27. Lady Eagles Elect Members Home Tour The Monroe lady Eagles elected several women to membership at last week's meet- ing and initiation of these cand idates a long with a number of those previously elected will take place at 8 p.m., Wednesday, September 24 at the Eagles Club. 794-8141 On October 5 from 1 to 5 p.m., the Snohom- ish Historical Society will host a "Tour of Homes" event° Tick- ets and a map of the six places on the tour will be available shortly. TheBusiness and Professional Women's Club, in conjunction with the Historical So- ciety tour, will spon- sor a Colonial herbal tea at St. John's Epis- copal Church Parish Hall. The Church is on the tour and will be open for viewing. Some members of the Worn- en's group are rais- ing herbs for the oo- casiono CARDS OF THANKS Just a word to let all my friends know how much I appreci- ate all their thoughts, prayers, cards and visits, and to thank the Fire Dept. for their instant response in my recent illness and surgery. I know that's what speeded my recovery. De Johnson. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends for their kindness, sym- pathy, and floral of- ferings at the death of our beloved Father and Grandfather. The Family of Jacob D. Stucky 35-1tp ,