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Charlene Swackhamer Earns Honors Charlene M. Swack- hamer of Monroe, a senior at Western Washington State Col- lege in Bellingham, has been named to the President's Honor List for fall quarter Vicki Foltz Will Lead Jaycees Mile Jog Monroe Jaycees invite all townspeople to par- ticipate in a mile-long jogging program led by Vickt Foltz and her family next Saturday, January 20, reminds Dean Harniss, chair- man. Jogging will begin at 7:30 a.m. at the Ma- sonic Temple, South Lewis Street and will follow a pre-determin- ed one-mile course. Joggers will then re- turn to the lodge where surprise awards will be presented at a public pancake breakfast. Prizes for male and female will be award- ed to the fattest, skin- niest, best dressed, tallest, shortest, old- est, youngest, person who finishes in worst condition, female with the funniest hat and male with the loudest shirt. Happenings... Games! Jan 19 Langley-Monroe at Snohomish Round Duvali Iris Norman 788 -2444 Sunday dinner guests at the Don Funk home were their daughters and their families; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chadwick and daughters of Bellevue and Mr. and Mrs. George Emerson and son of Redmond. Mrs. DeWitt Orvls broke her left arm between the elbow and shoulder when she took a tumble last week. She is left handed so is learning the art of right handedness. The Widow's Club met with Mabel Bourke on Friday. Ladies helping to celebrate Mabel's birthday were Pearl Funk, Maude Ficht, Myrtle Pitcher and Esther Arnold. Jan. 18,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Five for 1 INCOME:_ TAXI... , Styskal ente:t*ned at a luncheon on ,-j ,!!!;:ii:;--" 1 IThursday. Guests were Freddie Smith, Esther DISTRACTED BY A BEE, Eddie Burr, 31, Route 2, Snohomish, .... :::::-!i{:!i: ...... ........... qJ[::)/l("j J Arnold and Frances Ryan. $ ,,_,,__,,.,.. j ****** received lacerations and a possible fracture Sunday afternoon :i::!/::ii i:: i All types. Open year I Maude Ftcht was hostess to the Bridge Club when he lost control of his car and struck the utility pole shown ,,tae c r, .... I ****** :i::ii!:::: around Hours: 8-8. J thts past week. at left in the background. The accident occured on the Ben A'9 A-,, J Seattle First National Bank employees andthelr Howard Road, a half mile east of Highway 2, according to L. ---,s= o Ihusbands were entertained at the Space Needle Trooper George Wehnes.--Photo courtesy of Jerry Neal It} 310 Commerce Bldg., ion Friday night. Comer Rockefeller and I - .... - " a F l.: Hew,tt, Everett, Wash.J Shop Mon,tor Want Ads herman Mrs. Wiley M & 0, Bu,ld,n. and Basketball BI blects n e ectt0n A laid o, School District No. 404 voters will re Using a theme poem cast their ballots next Tuesday, January 23, on Darigold OTT, 79 Giant Fels   49 LIQUID Jan 23 Lake Stevens-Monroe There Gerbers Baby Food 10 STRAI NED Diet DFLIGHTPeaches 303 25 reg. 39 Nalleys Chi,i Co. Carrie 3/$1 Diet o,.T,.oo o 39 Pet on,ot ,, 8/$1 Reg. $1.19 0 2/45 Armstrong One Step 89 Diet DELIGHTAppIe Sauce .... -_-:_-_-=:-- ............... ::___::_::__:__:_:_ Libby reg .303 4/89 Discount At Larry's S Green Beans Cake Mixes reg. 39 Ten - Swansdown 3/89 Pounds o O +.,ou,o. Potatoes .... v!'r Hi-Country oz 3/89 ..... ::: ..... :,',:L-',:oz=:::::::'E: - Hunts .. Potatoes 6/89 " " ' 1 eBr .Sprouts ! I; *Corn "Green Beans t" I / I" reg. I .,over Lear Tuna ight 4/$1 The-H-ome of U.S.Dk. Prime Sieer her- CUSTOM CUTTING IS OUR SPECIALTY. I Under 3 Lbs. - Try Em Sweet & Sour Pork Spareribs M.J.B. ' "" Favorite $1.4. 3 LBS. $2.08 Coffee 10 OZ, INSTANT $1.29 Save At Larry's 1 Lb. Pkg. ABC Crackers 29 BAR-S Old Fashion- Good with Kraut IM argarine Parkay 3 kbs. 89 Fresh - Mid West - Blade Cut _ ICentennial prkSteak'0059lPancake 49,i lFIour FOREST BROOK - By Request REG. 65-- -It Must Be GOOD macon S,c. . 49 Sermon subjects have been announced for the Joint worship service of the Monroe Congregat- ional Church and St. Mary's Catholic Church at 8 p.m., January 21 at the Congregational Church on South Lewis Street. The service is part of the nationally ob- served "Week of Pray- er for Christian Un- ity", a joint effort of the National Council of Churches and the Paultst Fathers of the Roman Catholic Church. The Rev. Fr. Joseph etosa will discuss the tty movement from point of view of a ,decree on ecumension !rom the Vatican Coun- cil,,. :The Rev. Dick Arnold will speak on the unity movement and the Nat- ional Council of Chur- ches from an historical point of view. The public is invited entitled "Hope in the New Year", Mrs. Roy Wiley, worthy matron, welcomed members of Monroe Chapter 102 Order of Eastern Star to their New Year's and borthday party meeting on January 10. Following the newyear theme the chapter room was decorated with con- fetti, paper hats, noise makers and horse shoes for good luck while the buffet table was bright- ened with a gift center- piece of pink flowers. Mrs. Wiley, chairman and Mrs. Clifford Fank- hauser served birth- day cake to guests and members. All members are in- vited to attend the next meeting honoring 50 year members at 8 p. m., January 24 at the Masonic Temple. to attend the joint ser- vice and social hour following a special 31-mill maintenance and operation levy and a 3-mill building fund proposition, ac- cording to Robert Fay, superintendent. Voters will be asked to approve mtllages rais- ing $50,000 in maintenance and operation costs for the 1968-'69 school year and $5,000 for the building fund. Rod & Gun Club Slates Banquet Monroe Rod & Gun Club members made pre- liminary plans for their spring steelhead ban- quet when they met last week in their club house on Milwaukee Hill, north of the city. Jim Stansberry was named chairman of the banquet which is to be held in the Eagles Hall. Banquet tickets will go on sale to paid-up members in February. In other club business President Call Bump authorized the purchase of a movie projector, Treasurer Livto Ottint reported on expenditures and receipts for 1967 and members planned an open house for relatives and friends to be held in the spring. As a cap to the meeting, club members viewed the movie, "John Muir Trail in California." Only Chevrolet puts so much in for th,.00 money you put out. Our lowest priced car--Nova Chevrolet-low price is a tradition. Our lowest priced wagon--Nomad Nova Coupe and Nomad Station Wagon top, Impala Sport Coupe bottom. Be smart. Be sure. Buy now at your Chevrolet dealer's. MA ol ixcl(ct COLLINS CHEVROLET, Inc. MAIN & MADISON ST. MONROE., WASH. PHONE: 794-7600