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PAGE TEN Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Sept. 22, 1960 Timpanis Vacation In Denver ,Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Timpani and family of Park Place have re- turned from a Vacation tTip which included a week in Denver, Colo- rado, and three days in Santa Monica, Cali{ornia. Timpani children are Mary Jo Ann, Michael, Mark, Patrick, Tijnmy, Marilyn and John. The family attended the Ameri- can Prison Congress in Denver August 28 to September l where Timpani participated on the pro- gram as a panel member. Mrs. Timpard's sister, Miss Cath- erine Byers of Lansing, Mich., joined the family in Denver. They visited friends in Colorado Springs and Boulder d visited Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, the Denver museum and zoo. Next the Timpards drove to Al- buqueue, New Mexico, and took ghway 66 to California where they visRed his mother, Mrs. Mary Timpani in Santa Moniea and then took b_i'ghway 99 back to Washing- ton. Sturgeon lmve bartmls or feelers extending from their lower jaw, which drag over the bottom to feel or .taste food ,before its tubelike mouth drops down ,to suck it up. Local Kiwanis,Wives Planning District Convention Attendance The Kiwanis Club of Monroe will be represented at the 1960 con- vention of the Pacific Northwest District of Kiwanis Interntiorral at Vancouver, B,C., September 25- 27, club president John Vernon, an- nounced teday. Local delegates to the convention will be Carl Garey, Paul Berglund, and Vernon. Also C. C. Devers, Mr. 'and Mrs. Harold Fankahauser, Percy Dyer, Louis Morse, Ewalt Schrag plan to attend. Albert J. Tully, munediate past president of Kiwanis Internation- FOR PROFESSIONAL... RUG & FLOOR CAR It,s- GENERAL ELECTRIC Special/ SWIVEL-TOP VACUUM CLEANER Full Sum FuN Poweud NEW General Electric TW,ii'OWte I cuum Cleaner 'e res you.. BEATABLt !F #er. 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Com- mittee conferences, a discussion of plans for the coming year, con- sideration of sueeess,ful commu- nity service work, and the elec- t.ion of officers wl highlight the convention program, Vernon said. Tully, one of .the principal speak- ers, and the official representative of the Kiwanis International at the convention is a 21-year veteran of Kiwanis. During that time he h, as held namerous posts in his club, division, and district.. He also has served as a member and as chairman of several district and Kiwanis Intern*ational committees. Be served as president of the North Ameriean service organiza- tion. A practicing att0rneT, Tully holds .memberships in the Mobile, Ala- bama, and American Bar Associ- ations and in .the American Judi- cative Society. He is a past mem- ber of Delta Sigma Pi commerce fraternity. He served as Assistant United States attorney in the south- Stock Racers Conclude Season, Slate One More Go Special trophies, appreciation - wards, and championship awards were presented at the Sky Valley Race Assn. track north of town Sunday. High point trophy for the season was awarded Roy Jellison, Monroe, while the sportsmanship trophy was earned by Gene Guptill, also Monroe. Another Monroeite, Jay Riley, was awarded the "Ed Jones Inspirational Award", while an Ev- erett driver, Lee Brown, collected .the hard luck trophy. Council Accepts Easement Acceptance of an easement from Joseph Moore of Moore Sales, giv- ing the town access to a storm sewer line through Moore pro- perties, was ordered by Monroe Town Council last week. Council took the action upon the advice of town .attorney Joseph H. Smith who informed that body that the easement was kn order and advised them to negotiate sa12e. Appreciation awards were given to Mike Laizure, Stan Moser, Jay Deedom, Oliver Jameson,. Chris Engen, Carl Feller, Cecil Guptill and Bert Spada. Winning the B troph]z for the day was Brown, while Jellson collected the A trophy. In the first heat Ron Cummtn gs of Everett was declared winner. Second heat first place went to Bob Carraher, Woodinville. Brown won the third heat., while Terry MeCaffery, Monroe, took fourth heat money. In te B Main, Carraitor, John Hanson, Bellevue, and Jim Miller, Everett, placed in that order. Finishers in the A Man were BTown, Jellison, Guptill, and Loren Armstrong, Monroe. On Sunday, September 25, the Northwest. dirt track championship stock car and modified stock car races will be held at the local tack. ern district of Alabama for 1941-43, and as United States attorney from 1945 to 1948. Mrs. Cooley Reurns From Sae Federaed Club Board Meeting Mrs. P. P. Cooley, 616 Main St., has returned from Pullman where she attended the state board meet- ing o:f the Washington State Feder- ation of Women's Clubs last Thurs- day and Friday. She is s tae legis- *1aLive chairman for the Federa- tion. On her way to Pullman Mrs. Cooley visited her sister, Mrs. P. C. 01in and family in Cou.lee City. On her return to Monroe she visit- ed a friend, Mrs. Earl Llewellyn, in Dayton. "Fortunately for .the country, neither party is quite as: bad as the other insists it is." --Earl Wilson. Former Monroe Barber Passes A former Monroe btsiness man, Thomas H. Adams df Seattle, died September 14 in Veteran's Hospi- tal, Seattle, after an extended ill- ness. Burial was in Washelli Ceme- tery. Adams w, as a barber in the Savoy Hotel until the early 1950s. He was a member of Eagles F.O.E., Mon- roe, and the American Legion, Ed- monds poSt. Survivors include the widow, Betty, a step-son, Clarence E. Boyd of Snohomisb, and a step-daughter, Belv, a Bonath of Seattle. GET IN ON TIME! time tochange your clock* FOR. . . 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