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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Sept.18, 1975 earcats ... Your Being protected from loss or damage to your prop- erty with insurance is a part of the American way of life. You can be sure you get your dollar's . worth when you are insured with United Pacific/ -Reliance. For good United Pacific/Reliance ser- vice, call... IWhitfield Realty & Insurance 118 S. Lewis Monroe 794-8771 PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANIES m Monroe Jaycee Auxiliary 8 pm-Sept. 24 Senior Center Hiway 2 All Invited Mrs. Lucille Ellis was elected president of the Monroe Booster Club during a recent meeting. Dave McCallum was elected vice-presi- dent; Barbara Wither- ow, secretary; and Joan Btersner, treas- urer. :UN FOR ALL Junior (13 & up) sign up (open Sundays 10 to 10) Monroe Bowling Center Hiway 2 & Main 794-7473 207 N. Lewis 794-6500 Parts for automobile, small engines, welding equipment, air & hydraulic hoses made to order SALES & SERVICE 794-5311 Monroe .?>hopping Center Hwy 2 Sultan 793-2202 HOMELITE & STIHL CHAIN SAWS Easy Catalog Way 119 E. Main St. 794-7411 Momoe, Wash. Gold Bar, Index, Snohomish Sultan. Startup call Toll Free ZEnith 9689. This Call Mike 794-7116 Dick's Tire Haus (Petrisor's) Complete Tire Serv. New, Used & Recaps 320 E. Main 794-7103 Wiring, Heating Air Conditioning Anne & Freemont 794-6133 The Green House 568-4044 Complete service florist with you h"z mind gift items books Hallmark line lWeddin~ & FuneraLs] Next to Snohomish Auto Pare G&L GLASS WORK . AUTO BODY, PAINT 11 I/2 S.Lewts, 794-8158 CRAIG RECORDER5 "The Lives We Saveare 4Bwc $ in the Valley. Experienced Emergency _ WMAKW Medical Technicians 5.-3,?,. . bmi,. - J rllt4t - a,,,.,, BOB'S ....... Da eld Appliance Repair Travel Agent 101E. Hill MERCER ISLAND TRAVEL _. , "We Sell and Big Savings on Service" Bicentennial Fares See Bob for }dJ your new appliance ,, 794-5208 ,j LOBO CANOPIES Stock or Mode to Order Sales 794-5300 next to Pan-Alaska H & J Custom UPHOLSTERY Pi] lows Renewed $8 a pair Savoy Bldg., Main Street 794-4477 Humbing Supplies Window Glass Installation Electrical Supplies Housewares Paint Sporting Goods ttunting & Fishing Licenses Roto- Xlatic Service 120 W. M fin Monroe Sewing Machine New Viking World's Only Non-Oiling Machine SALES REPAIRS RENTALS Viking Sewing Center 2709 Wetmore,Everett !159-2930 (A-l; m M mt All Makes Repaired ,~--~-~ The machine of the Future!lll :F:]L , tgl ,,, Io ,l CALL 911 FOR POLICE, Enterprises Organic Fertilizers SACK - BULK - TON Permit No. 206 :793-9035 GOLD BAR. WA (Editors note: Even though head coach Ed Lucero was personally interviewed, along with athletic director and principal Bob Blomster, the following is the only information made avail- able to this newspaper concerning the Monroe Bearcats football game, as submitted by Lor- etta Richardson, Journalism teacher. Lucero said there were no individual statistics kept of the game.) In a game played at Snoqualmie last Friday, the Monroe Bearcats lost to Mt. St, 20-13, despite a fourth quarter comeback. Held scoreless until five minutes into the fourth quarter, the Bearcats were sparked by a 3/4 yard touchdown pass from Ray Maw to split end Jim Park. Steve Dickinson booted the extra point to make the score 20-7. Three minutes twenty seconds later, Dickin- son tallied six more points by crashing around the end for a six yard touchdown run. Final statistics were, Bearcats with 219 yards total offense as opposed to Mt. Si's 158 yards. Coach Ed Lucero cited Maw for an outstand- ing game and was well satisfied with the de- fense. Tomorrow night, Friday, the Bearcats host O'Dea on the home field, for an 8 p.m. contest. Booster Buttons Monroe High School cheerleaders are holding a booster but- ton drive for the up- coming North Delta football game, Sep- tember 26, Monroe High School athletic director Bill Prene- vost said. ' Those that purchase booster buttons at this UPPER ROOM FELLOWSHIP Sundays 10 a.m. Come and loin us Potluck at noon. Pastor Ewert 334-7866 week's O'Dea battle will be entitled to half price admission to the North Delta contest, he said. Proceeds from the drive will be used for cheerleader activities and the athletic fund, Prenevost said. Buttons will be avail- able during the O'Dea game. *of your home heating energy. Ask for your Heat Keeper Kit. It's packed with valuable conservation information. Call WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY Gordon Soma, left, welcomes Doug Nixon to the Gordon Soma Insurance Agency and to Monroe. "Mro Nixon," says Soma, "comes to the agency well-qualified to serve the community. He's a hardwork- ing young man and will be a definite as- set to the agency and the community." --Staff Photo Following are athlet- ic contests scheduled for Monroe School District teams: September 19, varsity football, with O'Dea, here, 8 p.m. September 18, ninth grade football with Lake Stevens, 3:45 Mrs. Wtnifred G. (Ovenell) Sofie was laid to rest in the Mon- roe I.O.O.F. Cemetery Wednesday afternoon. She will be remember- ed as one of this val- leys most dedicated workers, both to the family and the com- munity, especially the p.m. Tualco Grange. September 19, eighth Mrs. Softe, 71, of grade football at Ex- Route 2, Monroe, died plorer, 3:45 p.m. September 12 follow- September 17, high school boys and girls cross country at Lake Stevens. September 23, high school cross country boys and girls with Stanwood, here, at Monroe Golf Course. peru. September 23, girls volleyball with Arltng- WANTED TO BUY Refrigerators - Freezers Not in working condition. Don't want old rounded cor- ner ones. Those we buy must have good cabinets with no part, missing. Ph. 743-6183 collect or write: Blume's Refrigeration 15609 Meadow Road Lynnwood, WA 98036 hag an extended ill- ness. She was born Febru- ary 21, 1904, in Start- wood, and had been a lougttme resident of the Monroe area. She was a member of Tual- co Grange No. 284 and September 18, gifts Normanna Lodge No. volleyball at Sultan, 4 3, Sons of Norway and the East County Sen- ior Center. She leaves four sons, ton, here, 6:30 p.m. James and William of Monroe, Tom of Sul- tan and Marshall of San Jose, California; four daughters, Miss Sherrte Sofie of Red- I ............ l" " " I'T l mond, Mrs. Dolly Hun- ntcutt of Monroe, Mrs. Pamela Coney of San Jose, and Mrs. Wendy George of Sultan; three brothers, Ted Ovenell of Stanwood, Nel of Los Angeles and Stanely of Mt. Vernon; two sis- ters, Mrs. Hazel Rob- inson of Olympia and i. Mrs. Rollie McFar- : ] land of Snohomish; and A 12 grandchildren. J| Her husband, James, U preceded her in death [] in 1970. Services were held at lit Purdy and Kerr Chapel 1 :-'B with Reverend Tim F r Sporrong officiating. Memorials may be IIII made to the Fred Hutchtson Cancer Re- Monroe I MONROE EVANGELICAL I . %. search Center, Seat- r.nmmnni~ Chanel ] COVENANT CHURCH I Monroe I-irst tle. vu,, ....... ,-r r ' 200 S. Sams 8t.,794-8433 ! Baptist Church l .., A . 23515 Old Owen Road I Pastor Tim S ---on- t SundaySchooi 9:45 I. - zl I | -/tld/y Worship Service 11:00 ]y 2c rn Lg9 45 p' I Sunday School :9:45II BEN " :" Midweek Service I ,. j _ ., u- ,, ^^ I Morning Worship 11:0( ] I AI%I 'LII I .......... ! vening eamuy rdgm, u: u 1 ...... W---1-'" " 00 m .......... "I~4-~J~.~-U, .L..D.urcQ ] ,Ur==A ~a;At..,,=,=b ~==,.~Mce q.~3(~' I ~V~IltIl~ Ul'l~/ltlJ /' l suLTAN COMMUNITY , , BETHEL CHURCH ' SULTAN ,A IST I METHODIST I Z405WeatMainS=eet ImlneLong Pastor. 3 -80601t|1 'K IamesUlxlike, Pastor I Rev. H. IVi. Gerlng,794-7708 I~r v.~unda e~'ool 9.45a. m. IIR/\'--J~.' ~,,, ~,~1 t Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Wed: Family Night. 7 p.m. Sunday School. 9:45 $4 m. / Morning Worship and | ' Y , : __ /| 1 10 30 A M Morning worsntp, ii a.m. G|NERAL MomingWonldp. 11a.m. / ChurchSchoo: : _. / ....... o--,ce ?,, m. /I/A~s~ Evening Wonhip, 7 p.m. / Larry S. Baker, Interim vastor / ~v=mu8 ..... ., f. ~EN REORC.~IZED 71"1E Wed. Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. J 1-329-864 ] Wed. Bible Stucly, , p.m. POSTAL SERVICE GOLD BAR OPEN I FAITH CENTER [ MONROE SEVENTH DAY- fr SELF SUPPORTING Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. | Comez Lewis & M ugal [ r-~ .,.~ 11 ~ m " ~ Mo ng Wors p. n ls , 9:45-11a.m.-6:30 p.m. ____ _ , ..... =._. Evening Service. 6:30 p.m. / Wed., Mid-week Service '/ Comm RSErvtc ' ON Thurs. Bible Study, ?p.m. I andYouth. p.m. / 'z0- " .%' W.ZNYOUm O,V ", , ..... - " value oF Monroe United Methodist Churchs Family Worship 10 a. m; Followed by Church chool ' Rev. Ken Countzyman 338 S. ,e~S 794"886;3 ,.,s ,,. ,,,.,u..torts