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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Oct. 28, 1971 omecomin "A couple of big plays broke us," Monroe Bearcat football coach Ed Lucero said after .... Friday's homecoming loss to the Stanwood ~:" S :i~i; partans. ~ii Lucero referred to a 64-yard fumble return J Jl made by Stanwood's Steve Hayes to give the Spartans one of five touchdowns. Two other m!! defensive errors conf, ributed to two other touch- downs for the red and white team, Lucero '! :' i recalled. , All "But I can't fault the kids," Lucero said "They played their hearts out. We had some bad breaks." The Cat's first score was on a 43-yard pass from Steve Love to Ron Manoske in the seconfl i: quarter. Stacy Grteb went over on a one- i : ........ yard run for the second touchdown, part of a 95-yard total rushed by Grieb who averaged 6.1 yards in !5 carries. Manoske caught a 10- yard pass in the fourth ouarter for the third : ~!~ii!ii!i:! :iii::i;i::i! ~!! T.D. All extra points were kicked by Tim : iiiFi: iiiilili Aberle. ;iiiiiiiil : :ii s faces the third :ranked team In the :: ::::::: t te, ount Vernon in an away gam_ this ' Friday and meets Lake Stevens and Burling- iiiil iiiii i: i!ii :: ton here in the final two M NROE BEARCAT fans rallied around the bonfire, Thursday .................................................... . . P0iice Centralization Plans nigh..', above, and cheered the players on Friday but couldn't I ?'1 [ quite spur the Cats to the winning edge of a 34-21 homecoming, ,v r" "'-4' [ pviDwpd ThrD. R [llh game with Stanwood. In the lower picture, Stacy Grieb pounds ';olz:'eL':r :en'tr:l'i f his way to good yardage before bein~ thrown out of bounds. I~ 1%.%1 1 1 1 I~) " ~ said tz mm program " .. .... zatton was reviewed goes through, the * -- taIf Photo | , L _ _ _ _ for . Three . R Club outlying areas would I W [,) O r [I memoers october derive much better ............ J ac home oz mrs. police prol;ection man .......... Newborn boys out- . . they have now." I numbered the girls Mrs. GrzeD, ClUb Club members were [ four to one in recent president, gave a shown an award certi- da,,s at Valle- Gen snor report on the ficate for having been " "---: I - Snohomish District a member of Snoh Born October 14 Federated Women's tsh District F edera- / was a son to Mr. Convention, tion for 34 years, " ]and Mrs. Daniel L. w tcn.,was., neio which was presented -- --.... oo- w_,, ,verett on uctoDer at the convention I vSj,---- ...... . .......................... ano. T ...... Davy, said me main Mrs. C.H. Branden- - named Mark Todd, speaker was Wes Mor- burg gave an interest- " ~~: (.*( ='i .. hardW-'Mead..of Evangelistic MeetinlsSet- ' .. " ~:-::: .-- . :lot#n v.5., nonomtsn, . .~1 " . .....~ ~~-~: : was a baby boyonOct- S ecial evan elistic on the last evenin of , P g g ; :- ' ' ober 21. Nam J Mat- -meetin ,s will be h,= a the int rd,=-nm -a- the- M ........ ........... " ,' , . , w urpny, meztcue at 7:30 p.m. October tional gospel meetings i Valley General Ge !s ( ro= Page 1) ' . boy weighed 7 pounds,31' through November will be "today's rood- , . J . . llounces.z, ar "- '- 7 at the Skykomish ern sound in Chris- ponding rate increase. The last lents. IT" enz.s.oz me om.y Commtmity Church, tian music", thepas.- a 0 t ue gtrz orn tn rate increase w, s in 197 . The hospital district will operate r . . _ announces Russ Cole, tor said. ecen gays are Mr a Commlsstonors discussed th I a e nextyear on a total budget of _ _, .... y p stor for the anu Mrs i,ar u problem of welfare funding which $1,145,542 with $788,823 .of thatbud- Br ry church, " runs out before the welfare patient geted as operating expense M:mor Snwn .of Highway. 2, Speakers at the is ready'to be : released. Godard adjustments were made within the onom sn. T e nightly meetingswill .said welfare patient days make uppreliminary bud ret but not in Browns, whose, baby be Randy Ticer, uas- about 20 psi: cen*. of the total pat- ' inal bud ret tot to accommodatewas nor9 .uctober 24, tor of Charasrnatic , o nameo their 6 poun0 C :tent days while private uattents a slight increase tn expected re- ......... , rusade Center, for- -- , vua e uaugncer titn mer th makeup 43 per cent He said the venue after the district s assessed -er Ra - "y e Harvest unfunded cost of welfare patients valuation was established, g e. Time Church in r Lynnwood, and A1 becomes the burden of private pat- Tolero Lodge Finalizes Plans For November Dinner-Bazaar Tables were decora- ted with the harvest- Fall centerpieces for the potluck supper preceding the last :meeting ofTolero Re- :bekah Lodge. Atwhtch , time plans were final- ized for the harvest dinner and bazaar on November 7. Turkey dinner will be served starting at noon until 5 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. Mrs. Melvin Arm- strong chairman of the miscellaneous, said she has many gift flems, and knick- knacks; and Mrs. Lea :Brady, chairman for slow sllps said she many beautiful embroidered a n d chrocheted slips. Mrs. Qutnta Wilson,- pron chairman, re- tported she has 9 eauttful tea aprons' nice utility and ;cobbler types to ;choose from; Mrs. '~dph : Ramaley, ~o ~ t ~, "] s t o r e ichairman, will have canned Jelly, , . _ Jams, s and fresh . ari3en items, plus ouseplants and bake , ,oodtes. '. Dtrmer chairman, . Mrs. Florian Haufle, #Jmnounced that turkey . d[nuer 1 all the rtmm, g win" be erved all afternoon with home made pie throughout the year. for desert. The $2 Election of officers and $1.25 donations are .for 1972 will be held used for the many at the next meeting service projects by November 4. Mrs. Rebekah Lodge, Jake Mortensen and Glenda Merrick made the harvest center-. pieces decorating tables at the potluck supper preceding the last meeting. Hamon, former Church of Christ,m~.n- lster. "Bible messages on what it means to be revived and God's prom .ses in the 2,003 year old Good News will be discussed," Cole said. A .special attraction ... The auto was a curiosity._ Now, with such a wide choice of new cars, don't keep your curiosity. Seat yourself in a'new '72 with with a low Cost auto loan from us. The i ide :au,ake bank makes The Bank That Service Built M Offi Bank of Everett Member, FDIC E. Main St. .. Monroe 7 i . ME J ,, I Ma in Monroe, Wash .- 98272 : | Serving others as we would ] 1 ,wish to be served ... [ C.W. Kerr, Gen. Mgr. | Monroe 794-7049 - Carnation 3334179 l it, vo// r A I ICh,r hD/,' crO,' ,l l _.Monroe Church " I Ch~.,~ I Of the Nazarene I I ~:--,;_~..-r:: [Sunday School 9:45 " l I ~~'%?~~ l Wo,~hip ]]a,,, 7pm I I i~o~{~,~!~.~,~k~.~o I~ w.,~,n .~-=0~I I I SU,.T, NCOM U Ty :I I I THODZST I ,e=-u,,o r~ux ~u~ Rev. C. Ltmd, 793-5901 I Sunday School, 9.45 a m / Morning Worship," 11 a: m: 1 7 _ SULTAIq BAPTIST I GOLD BAR OPEN" 1 Rev. D. P~t, 793-3901 I BIBLE STANDARD | Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. I Rev. E. Johnson, 793-5755 [ zz a. rn. I S daySchool. 9:45 .rn. / ~ngUm'oni 6 p.m. " I M rning Worship,' 11 a.m. / .Evcni,g_Service, 7 p.m. ]. Evening Service. 7 p.m. l SULTAN_A.SSE_MBLYOF GOD I STARTUP BAPTIST / ~o,~.~..?..~.r~. I wrn. N~urnan-m,~rn P~o,/ Momin~ Worship, 11 a. rn. I Sunday, School, 9:45 a. rn. / 7 .rn. ] / ::;:pal Church , :Monroe Rrs:" [ / Our Savior \ I Baptist Church Sund ,y &ooz:-m-:a.m. I Sunday s ool.9-'.s '1 Services,,ll a.n " . I ,' Worship 10.45 - I Homer Smith, Vicar ] Evening Service 7:30 I Evangel- "T- al ernacle .... :] Assembly of God . " ::' I 123 North Blakely St., Rev. Roy Anderson l .Sttaday 9hool *9 5TU ";,,,:, ": ' .... I J' I .... Vorship 11 am " " esaay' " ray 7:80 pm Evening 7"30 Midweek - Thurs. 7:30 I BETHELASSEMBLY, /: i Corner of Coiumbta and Mddtson Streets J Howard M. Gertng, Pastor ' I Sunday: Church School 9:45 a.m. ,, [ Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. ' : l Evening Service 6:00 p.m, 'I Thurs: Bible Class 7:00 p.m. I Special Young People's Activities Scheduled I CT , FOR A SCHOOL DIRECTOR WHO WILL BE AND WHO WILL * Think strive to " Work COOPERATIVELY and at. the same time while she * Seeks methods of improving and expanding curriculum, and emphasizing vocational education; also keeping in mind the taxpayer's pocketbook. i Pd. for by Citizens Comm! to.Elect. -Dean:Harniss, C~r.; George Sandbak, Finance; Lori Herman, Coffee Hrs.; Phil Aney, Signs;- Grace Lowber, Door;to-Door; Doris Miller, Publicity. I