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YOUR LOW OVERHEAD-FACTORY DIRECT DEALER COLLINS CHEVROLET 794-7600 Monroe Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Oct. 28, 1971 Fourth in a series .... P, I All permanent and part-time residents of Skykomish, Grotto, Baring and the upper valley are urged to attend the survey result meeting at the High School at 7:30 p.m., Friday, October 29. The project, sponsored by the Upper Valley Commtmity Development in cooperation with the University Of Washing- ton, should be of great interest to all. ***$ The regular monthly meeting of the Stevens Pass Orthopedic Auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. Shela Toler on Wednesday, October 13. A cordial invitation is extended to any new mem- bers who may wish to join the guild. Those in- terested may call Mrs. Margie Frasier. : Mrs. Katie Koch and Mrs. Berta Eby spent several days viiting Mrs. Esther Beal in Spokane. Mrs. Louise Paterson, a former Sky resident, took them to Manito Park to see the beautiful rose beds. On their way home they stopped in Wenatchee for a nice visit with Mrs. Clifford McFarland and her son Gene and his wife $*$$ Mrs. David Jenkins (Kathy Sullivan) is home to stay with her mother, Mrs. Gladys Sulltvan, while awaiting her husband's return from asix- month cruise of the South Pacific on the air- craft carrier, S.S. Constellation. The ship is scheduled to return in April. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kasparec of Spooner, Wisconsin were recent visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Christopherson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gibson. The Lon Hildreths of Portland and Mrs. Gerry Ahem and Mrs. Thelma Leavens of San Fran- cisco are visiting the John Maloneys for a few days. Mrs. Laura Henry entertained her pinochle club on Wednesday night, October 20. The winners were: Mickie Henry, high; Marie Alejo, both low and pinochle; and Donna Gibson, draw. **** Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Nooks and crannies: The young people had a C. Jarman of Route good time at an Autumn leaf dance in the school3, announce t h e gym on Friday. Music was furnished by a local engagement of their group, the "Fresh Cut Flowers" ..... Don't forget daughter, N o r m a the high school play "The Boy Who Changed the Lynelle Jarred.n, to Fred H. Fieldcamp, World", on Saturday night, October 30, in the school autidottum. Fifth and sixth graders have a contest going to see who can sell the most tickets ..... A firearms safety training class was held at the school on three successive evenings for ages 12 and up ..... Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cobain AFTERNOON kindergarteners of Mrs. Gayle Church found some smiles for picture time. The youngsters from left, front row, are Bernie Sitz, HolliSherman, George Gardner, Cassie Robinson, Anne Marie Quaranta, Darrol Anderson and Angela Brauhn. Second row from left are Jim Burnett, Anne Hagar, Dawn Ellis, Engagement-Is Told son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Thorsen, also of Monroe. The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate of Mon- :iiil i Randy Hudon, Michele Marlow, Scott Robinson, Lisa Strawn, Kyle Head and Leslie Fugier. In the third row from left are Michelle Potter, Bonnie Dillon, Jeff Huizenga, Roxann King, Charlene Stark, Caprice Smith, Darryl Fraley, TinaHam- meT and MarkHarrington. --Staff Photo rville Silver A 0 nn reys iversar' The IOOF Hall in South Dakota. The Monroe was the scene couple has five child- October 10 of a 25th ran, but only two were wedding anniversary reception for Mr. and Mrs. Orville Corey of 12104-163rd Street. The reception was hosted by the parents of Mr. Corey, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Corey purchased Timberlane Cen,*.er recently. The roe High School and is ~ter ~as f~m~rly, I~o,~,~ ,C~ass's store, now attending North ,, and ~M~s~::Elmer George, former owners, Seat e " Co~ ~'s*rrit~ ' - - " ..... s:,. q see- dune :Mosley up ann around following surgery " ployed atthe Can,dy= performed at Swedish Hospital in Seattle .... Art Cane Drive-In in M)n- Groppe is in California visiting relatives .... roe. : Howard Dake celebrated his 76th birthday on Oct- Her fiance is a 1970 ober 18th ..... Mrs. Alice McLees enjoyed the graduate of Monroe Miss Jarman : birthday party given for her on October 19th. High School and ,snow nl hv **** attending Edmondsand student coordina- Monroe Cou .e Has Ba_. Son able to atten l the event. Paula Corey had charge of the guest book and gifts and Lana Corey Andrews of Pullman cut the cake. Mrs. Corey is book- -*-and by Mr. Corey's keeper at Valley . sister and "husband, .... Farm Equipment tn: Mr.', add, ,Mrs. Luthe Monroe and i :I amm. a farm:supervisor ~" ~ The Coreys moved to at the Monroe State : this area five years Honor Farm. ago from Winner, Pete sez: "Dieting is Just like banging your Community College. toNr of financial aid. New at the Keith. Houwen of Lake head against the wall. It feels so good when you He is employed at the wedding date has quit" college as secretary been set. Vander Houwen home Stevens and Mr. and at 182nd Avenue, Sno- Mrs. Richard Pulver Mrs:Dennis Installed By :Monroe Legion Auxiliary Mrs. H.A. Dennis has been installed as president of the Mon- roe American Legion Aaxiltary. O,:her new officers are the Mesda aes Es- ther Waldvogel, first vice-president; Leo White, Second vice- president; George Barnett, secretary; Aaron Green, treasur- 10 x 55 Mobile Home homtsh, is a little son, Leonard Keith, born October 3 in Everett. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces at birth. He joins two sisters, Jackie and Karl, and is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vander of Portland, Oregon. er; Norman Rothwell, chaplain; Car! Drugge, historian, and Oscar Olson, sergeant-at- arms. In other recent act- On Approximately 1 Acre Tract $7500 - Easy Terms Lvittes, the auxiliary donated $10 to the Mon- roe Garden Club as an aid in continuing the club's community ser- vice program. CREEK - VIEW Christmas Trees 25 Acres $37,500 - Terms $$$$ 10 Cleared Acres Large 4 Bedroom Home Barn - City Water $39.500 - Terms $$$$ 2 Bedroom Home Attacffed Beauty Parlor (Could be Rec. Room) Corner Lot $14,750 - Terms **** 28 ACRES 2 Bedroom Home- Barn 2 Car Garage and Shop Close to Monroe $39,500 - Terms 36 Acres - Some Cleared Paved Road - Power $1,600 Per Acre Terms $$$$ 103 W. MAIN ST. MONROE, WASH. Mrs. Verlinde Hosts Club Elizabeth Verlinde hosted the last meet- ing of the Monroe Grandmothers Club. Present were the Mesdames John Am-. stutz, Ethel Guptill, Gurld Torseth, Burine Kee, Lena Batchelder, Maggie Schadler, Floyd Good- will, Robert Grow- cock, Elsie Coon, Mildred Hall and Lloyd Hansey. The next meeting, November 16, will be hosted by Mrs. Batchelder. Sales & Service RCA ZENITH FRIGIDAIRE Wheeler Appliance 794-8141 Monroe COSTUME PRIZES BEGINS AT 9:30 p M. , C he t Love vzTfi "LOVE COUNTRy STYLE"I e e Tavern HIWAY 2, SULTAN i i i Ason's B average can put money in Dad's pocket ! To find out about Safeco's Good Student discount on Family Automobile Insurance call... "794-8771 Whitfiilld Realty ;..; &.Insurance , Taxpayers of Monroe School District 1. Past Incumbent's Record 2. Future of Monroe Schools. t ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1111111111H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~11~~~~~~~~~~~ --- . E _= == E E MONROE SCHOOL BOARD, POSITION #2 YOU want to be listened to want a say in local school government W = == == == = _= == = == == _= == == == E J ,'L want good schools & dedicated -,= 'E " teachers who stay in Monroe i h want informed board control of | In T o school finances .. Monroe School Board = want good school-community relationships FINANCE: Mrs. Sonja B0yes 430 S. Blakely Phone: 794-8805 COFFEE HOUR: Mrs Doris Miller Phone: 794-7639 .~ , This Ad paid for by the Committee to Eldct Vernon "Bud" Thomas, D. K. McDonald, Chairman. . . =- m _--- Finance Co-Chairmen: JoAnn ~Gr,ggs, Carolyn Thelen - Campaign Chairman: Wallace PearsOn " (Paid Political Ad): ~ImlHHHHIIulIHHIIIHHIIIIlulHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHHIIMHIIHHHIIt " - ~, ""~lllllllHgllllllllglgllgllMii I