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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash.,Jan. 18,1968 rleoeKan,. " " "'n rellowsr" ,, st. Mary's Invites Women C "" , , ,, . . v.:..a omln Events... IMaltbv New00 point Installat,on Set To Observe Christian Unity ToleroThUrsdaYclub at the Churchre andCngregattnalst. Mary00 In observation of the tertatnment and dis- home of Mrs. Jake Catholic Church, 8 p. r -- ...... f - " .... | A joint installation of Wardens Mrs. Edward "Week of Christian cusston at 8 p.m., Jan- Mortensen, lp.m.,Mrs, m., Congregational |  I:l-VMt,, D,,,r. officers of Tolero Re- Reiton of Kent and Unity" the women of uary 25 in St. Mary's Jim Andrews assisting. Church. bekah Lodge No. 119 Emll Youngve of St. Mary's Parish Parish Hall. Saturday Tuesday and Monroe I.O.O.F. Seattle, Grand Seo- are planning an eve- All women of Monroe Rebekah and Odd Fel- Research Club, 1 p. The "Maltby Boosters" met Tuesday night, Lodge No. 156 will be retartes Mr. and Mrs. ning of informal en- area churches are in- lows joint installation, m., Mrs. Harry Bayly January 9, at the fire hall to discuss the St. held at 8 p.m. Saturday Kenneth Jones of vited to help observe 8 p.m;, IO;)FHall, South hostess. Patrick's Day Parade. Pauline Ruddell, sec- evening, January 20 in Tacoma, Grand Treas- vrs. Kauffmgn Christian Unity Week Lewis St. Wednesday retary, reports that the point system will be the I.O.O.F. hall, South urers Mr. and Mrs. which is sponsored by Sunday Order of Eastern Star used to select a queen. Three Judges, James Lewis Street. Raynold Hantch of Hosts Luncheon s the National Council Joint service of Mon- 8 p.m., Masonic Tern- Morse, Maltby School Principal, Mr. Prender- Mrs. John Amstutz and Marysvtlle, Grand of Churches and the ple. 50 year members gast of Kenmore Lumber Co. and Principal Don Mortensen will be Chaplains Mrs. I. E. Birthday Party World Council of Harold Highs will be honored. Paul Carboneau from Cathcart School, will choose seated as noble grands Slaybaugh and Edgar Churches. Thursday the queen from the six finalists who sold the of their respective lod- Lawrence of Seattle, Four Monroe ladies Those who are in- Tualco Thursday Club greatest number of booster buttons. Mary ges. Grand inside guardians were honored at abirth: terested in attending Are Parents 12:30 p.m., Tualco Holcomb is chairman of the Queen Committee. Other elective offtc- Mr. and Mrs. Ward day party and dessert may call Mrs. Tony Etleen Kathryn High Grange Hall. All girls, from anywhere, sophomores to sen- ers to be installed for Hughes of Kent, Grand luncheon held last Federtco at 794-7895 will brighten the new Dorcas Society of iors, who aspire to be a ruler, may sign up at the ensuing year will be Marshalls Mr. and week at the Park Place or Mrs. Alex Zarem- year for her parents, Evangelical Covenant the Maltby Mercantile. Mrs. Jake Mortensen, Mrs. David Rochon of home of Mrs. Harold ba at 794-7310 by Mr= and Mrs. Harold Church, 2 p.m., at ****** and Ed Zurfluh, vice Tacoma, and Grand Kauffman. January 24. High of Monroe. church. About 20 members turned out for this months grands; Mrs. Flortan Musician Harry War- Honored guests were Ladies Aid meeting. Hostesses were Lauretta Haufle and Lyle Early- ner of Tacoma. Mrs. Ethel Guptill, One of the most scenic The Highs 7 pound, 5 Sannes and Gladys Sktdmore. Edith Walster wine, recording sec- A dancing programhas whose birthday was spots in Washington is 1/4 ounce baby was Shop MonroeFir$11 won the hostess gift. Mildred Marshall and retartes; Mrs. John been arranged with January 8, and the the Enchantment Lakes born January 13. ....... Synthta Tscherntch, Ways and Means Commit-Hubbard and Gtl H. music provided by Mesdames Robert BUFFET DINNER tee, will be in charge of the rugs to be made Knoshaug, financial Past Grand Patriarch Growcock, Nellie Mor- this year, after the quilts have been finished, secretaries, and Miss and Past Grand Mat- ris and Charles Etter, Maltby Congregational Church yearly business Alice Louden and riarch Mr. and Mrs. who celebrated their meeting will be held January 28, after church Stanley Moser, treas- Dan Davis of Port birthdays January 9. All you can eat services, with the traditional dinner following urers. Orchard. However, Mrs. Morris the meeting. The installation cere- Refreshments will be was unable to attend due ****** monies will be presid- served following in- to illness. Every Sunday starting Jan. 7 The "Outreach" will put on a show for their ed over by officers of stallation. A pastelflowercenter- 3rd meeting January 21, 7 o'clock in the eve- the Grand Assembly The public, friends, piece and birthday nap- th ning at the Community Hall. The movie, put and I.E. Slaybaugh, and all Odd Fello kins decorated the ser- at e out by "Data", concerns the hippy and drug grand master of the and Rebekah members ring table while pink problem and should be of interest to everyone. Independent Order of and their families are roses and a heart ac- Odd Fellows. Those under 18 will not be admitted, cordially invited to at- cented the birthday ****** Others on the install- tend the ceremonies, cake. Mr. and Mrs. William McReynolds are the tng team will be Grand The honored guests proud parents of a son, born at home Wednes- home in Maltby. received gifts and day morning, January 10. The baby, named ****** cards. Mark Williams, weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces. Funeral service were held for Miss Florence Present were the He Joins two sisters and a brother, Matthew, Rice, age 92, Monday, January 15 at Bonney Mesdames Addle El- 4, Mary Beth, 6 and Miriam, 8. Mrs. Mc- Watson's in Seattle. Miss Rice, a member of lenburger, Opal Sch- Reynolds mother, Mrs. Giles Lamb, flew up Maltby Congregational Church, with herbrother winndamann, E. F.Lettz from her home in Los Angeles, Wednesday Ernest, lived in Maltby in 1949, at their home Gurtd Torseth, Wallace afternoon, and was met at the airport by Lee "Faerlo", near Turner's Corner. Mr. Rice Shannahan, Arthur Rusnak with the McReynolds children to tell was a music teacher and bird lover, feeding Broughton, Thomas Reese, Anna Marty and grandma the good news. them all by hand. He died after moving to Bill Ray. ****** Seattle. Firemen were called Wednesday evening to an ****** automobile fire on Broadway, near Eddie Ptch- Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hoyt came Saturday, Jan- let's. The burning car, caused by a short in uary 13 to see their cousin, Mrs. Elmtna Lees the wiring was owned by Gene Bohrtnger. and son's family. Their home, built by the ****** parents, is in Milton, where they have lived Mr. Ted Beckmeyer, father of Martha Stock- 60 years. Mrs. Hoyt was born and raised in er celebrated his 75th birthday last Sunday at Northern China, the only daughter of mission- the home of his son, Ted Beckmeyer Jr., in art parents. the Fobes area. Also present for dinner and ****** birthday cake were Martha and Wally Stocker Mr. and Mrs. Wes Marson spent last weekend r- and family and another son, Morris Beckmeyer at the home of his parents and Mrs. Marson's and family of Bellevue. aunt, Phyllis Lee and family. They were Join- ****** ed by Mrs. A1 Cyr and son, Johnnte, of Lynn- Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ftsher, Wally Stockers wood. All were guests for dinner 'at the Lee- aunt and uncle, from New Plymouth, Idaho, are ward. * ..... = visiting relatives in Maltby and Snohomish. ****** ****** A registered Shorthorn yearling bull, owned "Firemen of District #7 fought the largest fire by the Harold Bollee's was sold and delivered so far this year in the Clearview area Wed- to the Alfred Ward ranch in George, West Tex- nesday afternoon. The two-story home was as last week. Del Johnson, of Snohomtsh, was once occupied by Mr. and Mrs. O. Waller. the hauler. Mr. Ward, of the West Ward Ranch, Wally Stocker reported that it took five hours is the owner of 600 Brahama heifers. to complete the Job. ****** ****** The "flu bug" was running rampart around Mark Ruddell, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Maltby last week. Bill Ruddell, is recovering from an attack of Scarlet Fever. Relatives and friends of Spec. 4 Ronald James Cooper, nephew of Synthta Tscherntch, are happy to have him back home. Ronald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. Cooper of Lynwood. He has been serving with the Army Military Police and has been in Vietnam the last 13 months. He was discharged in Oakland, California, flew to Seattle, arriving Wednesday evening. Ronald was met at the airport by his family and his fiance, Judy Ensmtrer** Phtlltp Kensley is recovering at home from two recent falls, one before Christmas and a second tumble one day last week. His many friends hope he will be well soon. Miss Diane Marie Nelsen and Ellis Herbert Hagen were wed Saturday, January 13 at 8 p.m., at Zion Lutheran Church In Snohomish. Miss Nelsen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson of Snohomtsh. The groom is the son of Mrs. Edith Youst of Maltby and Alfred Hagen of Seattle. The young couple will make their Mono Mine, Inc., Is developing what promises to be a large, profitable copper mine. If you would like to receive more infor- mation write to Joe Cashman, Geologist Mono Mine, Inc. P.O. Box 106 Index, Wash. 98256 Milk gives you a big hft all morning Want a fresh start on the day? Drink milk- nature's vitality drink-with breakfast. No other mealtime beverage gives you a lift like milk. a message from dairy farmer members of vashlngton dairg products commission SPORTSMEN'S CAFE in Sultan 1 to 5:00 p.m. Variety of meats . . . Salads . . . Homemade Rolls . . . Desserts . . . ..qEA TTL E" FIR..q T NA TIONA L BAN/'; 122 BANKING OFFICES THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON STATE COMPARATIVE STATEMENTS OF CONDITION ..... RESOURCES  . Cash and Due from Banks U.S. Government Obligations ............ State and Municipal Obligations ........... Other Securities .................. Total Bonds and Securities ......... Commercial Loans ................. Real Estate Loans ................. Installment and Other Loans ............. Total Loans Gross ............. Less: Reserve for Bad Debts ......... Total Loans Net ............. Total Invested .............. Bank Premises and Equipment ............ Customers Acceptance Liability ............ Other Assets ................... TOTAL RESOURCES ........... Dec. 31, i967 $ 300,653,756 152,969,857 272,781,786 24,070,867 $ 449,822,511 $ 533,240,962 173,834,112 266,129,681 $ 973,204,755 15,090,494 $ 958,114,261 $1,423,027,267 $ 31,200,089 13,800,914 17,918,459 $1,771,509,992 Dec. 31, 1966 $ 309,834,257 148,995,621 213,892,994 25,889,185 $ 388,777,800 $ 493,200,252 144,610,140 235,683,216 $ 873,493,608 12,374,166 $ 861,119,442 $1,262,271,408 $ 23,376,612 11,433,307 14,179,779 $1,608,721,1 99 LIABILITIES Demand Deposits ................. Time Deposits .................. Total Deposits .............. Borrowed Funds ................. Reserves for Interest, Taxes, etc ............ Discount Collected Not Earned ............ Acceptances Outstanding .............. Other Liabilities .................. TOTAL LIABILITIES ............ $ 826,054,706 727,547,343 $1,553,602,049 $ 38,600,000 16,281,457 16,079,742 13,800,914 6,773,066 $1,645,1 37,229 $ 787,913,267 14,715 $ 37,145,700 12,508,632 13,944,293 11,433,307 5,038,660 $1,490,398,577 CAPITAL Capital Stock* .................. Surplus .................. '. . . Undivided Profits ................. Reserves for Contingencies ............. Total Capital ............... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL .......... $ 30,000,000 45,000,000 47,896,618 3,476,144 $ 126,372,762 81,771,509,992 *Shares of capital stock authorized and outstanding--3,000,000. $ 30,000,000 45,000,000 39,659,824 3,662,797 $ 118,322,622 $1,608,721,199 f DIRECTORS LAWRENCE M. ARNOLD Honorary Chairman ROBERT S. BEAUPRE President HENRY BRODERICK Chairman, Henry Broderick, Inc. FRANK H. BROWNELL, JR. Seatt/e EDWARD E. CARLSON President, Western International Hotel8 NORTON CLAPP Chairman, Weyerhaeuser Company JOHN M. DAVIS Partner, Howe, Dauis, Rieee & Jones KENNETH R. FISHER President and General Manager, Fisher Flouring lills Company CHAPIN HENRY President, H. C. Henry Investment Co. WILLIAM M. JENKINS Chairman FRANK E. JEROME Vice Chairman (Retired) RICHARD E. LANG Chairman, Lang& Co. JOHN McGREGOR President, McGregor Land and Livestock Company ANSON B. MOODY Everett JOHN W. MURPHY President, Central Pre-Mix Concrete Co. CHARLES M. PIGOTT President, Pacific Car & Foundry Co. W. G. REED Chairman, Simpson Timber Co. VOLNEY RICHMOND, JR. President, Northern Commercial Co. CHARLES O. SAUNDERS Chairman, Executive Committee (Retired) ROBERT A. SCHMIDT President, Olympia Brewing Company WILLIAM S. STREET Vice Chairman, VWR United Corp. WILLIAM P. WOODS President, Washington Natural Gas Company HOWARD S. WRIGHT President, Howard S. Wright Construction Co. ..qEA TTL E. FIRsT NA TIoNA L BA NP; MmMmEIq I=EOERAL 13=rlmosl'r INSURANC m= CORPORATION DEPOSITS-- MONROE BRANCH .... $5,539,824.29 J 11 "1