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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Jan. 18,1968 ADULT EDUCATION FORM Name ..................................................... Address ......................... Phone ............... I am interested in the following adult education classes at Monroe High School: I--1 Art  Crafts i'1 Typing /7 Woodworking I"1 Shorthand I would also be interested in the following other courses: •oo•o'•.*oeo*•.*.•..eoeeeeeoeeoe••oeooeo•oeeee••oeoo•oooe•ee.•. •ooeooeeoe*oeeoee•ooe•eo•oeeeeeeeooooeelooo•oeooeee•e•ooooe•.o. ••*oe.•.*o.*.•.-eeeeoeoeooo•eeee•o••ooe••eeoeeoeee•leeeoeooooe. Land Investors To Seek Water City of Monroe water will be requested to a 400-acre site on Lord's Hill between Monroe and Snohomtsh, Councilman Joe Moore, thecity's water committee chairman, told fellow council- men last week. Purchase of the site for $450,000 by Win- crest Partners, a New York investment group, was announced last week. The investors said at the time of purchase that no development was planned for the property at present• Sellers of the land were investors of a Seattle group of which Herbert L. Waddell, J. C. Cowles Workers Get Raise The Snohomtsh County Board of Commission- ers raised the hourly wage of all polllngplace election workers to $1.50 in action taken January 2. Skykomish Resident Succumbs Funeral services for Carl A. Johnson, 71, of Skykomish, who died January 14 at Valley General Hospital fol- lowing an extended ill- ness, are scheduled for 1 p.m., today, January 18. Mr. Johnson was a resident of Skykomtsh for the past 25 years. Survivors are his wife Lena, at the family home; two stepsons, Robert DeShaw of Seattle and Jack Crel- lin of Mtlvalley, Cal- ifornia, and four step-grandchildren• The Rev. John Fore- man will officiate at services in the chapel of Purdy & Kerr Fun- eral Home with in- terment following in the Monroe I.O.O.F. Ceme- tery. Cats Take Two, Face Langley With last week's two He credited Larry wins behind them, the second played in over- time, the Monroe Bear- cats are gearing for their hoop clash with Langley Friday in Sno- homtsh• "Last Friday's game with Sultan was a great one for the fans," Coach Rod Waddell said, "with regulation play ending at 62-62 and our boys taking it 68-66 at the end of overtime." The close game was reflected in quarter scores of 14-14 and 31-31. Monroe moved ahead 47-38 at the end of the third quarter with the Turks nearly up- setting the Cats in over- time play• Waddell had words of praise for Randy Olson who 'layed atremen- dous floor game, set- tan up the ball club," for Jim Armstrong who led both teams in rebounding with 16 rebounds. "The biggest pressure was in the fourth quart- er when Sultan put on a full court press and we couldn't capitalize at the foul line. Those were tense moments with no one able to hear anything but the fans screaming," Waddell recalled. and C. E. Runacres are the trustees. Donald R. Cohan, broker for the H. Cohan Co., represented the purchasers with Lee Leach of Seattle Land Sales Inc., representing the seller. Seattle and EvereLt offices of Pioneer Title Insurance Co. closed the deal. Volkswagen Agency To Hold Open House Packwood Volkswagen, Inc., Everett's auth- orized VW dealership, will hold an open house Friday and Saturday in its new building at 54th and Evergreen Way• The new facility, of standard Volkswagen de- sign, is located on 2.1 acres with an additional 40,000 square feet leased for the used car de- artment. It represents an investment of some 300,000, according to Paul Packwood, owner. in charge of the dealership will be the owner's brother, Robert Packwood, as general manager. The main building represents a * departure from the original plans in that the Service Depart- ment has been expanded with an extra 20-foot bay. "That's where we believe an automobile deal- ership's reputation begins," Packwood said," in the service department, and we intend to con- tinue to make the word 'service' mean some- thiy our customers." open house will feature Volkswagen's new models, including the fuel-injected-engine Fastbacks and Squarebacks, and the recently announced regular models with the new option- al automatic stick shift; A half and half car, in which one-half is in its original protective shipping coat and the other half in sparkling showroom finish; Volkswagen's newly designed camper, on the new transporter chassis with its new sports- car type rear suspension; The gang's all here/ Parkman with making Lhe key field goal dur- ing overtime play to win the game. Sparking the Sultan team, Waddell said, were Dave Lake and Garth McDicken who each scored etght potnts in the fourth quarter. Individual scorers for Monroe were Larry Ot- uary 9 with Kings Gar- tint, 26, a high for him dens. in a single game; O1- Monroe came from a son, 11; Armstrong, 8; point behind in the 15- Steve McLean, 13; Tom 16 first quarter score Gibson, 2; Dennis Kap- to go ahead 27-23 at tetn, 5; Jim Blair, 1, the half and 41-29 atthe and Parkman, 2. end of the third quart- In percentage play er• Monroe made 25 out of Held by a full court 54 floor shots for 46 press in the fourth per- oer cent and 18 of 43 tad the Cats saw Kings ul line attempts for Garden come within 43 per cent. .... •three points before Scoring for the Turk breaking loose to take team were Rick Mc- the game with a 10- Daniel, 21; John point margin• Sharpe, 6; Garth Mc- High point man for Dtcken, 8; Bob Brough- Kings Garden was ton, 2; Gary Novak, 8; Norm Koser with 19. Gary Brought.n, 10; The J.V.team con- Dave Lake, 12; Randy tinued their winning McDtcken, 2, and Bill streak of seven Weiss, 16. straight by beating Coached by Jim Clif- Kings Garden 82-42 ton, the Sultan team and Sultan 64-52. hit 18 of 50 field at- Waddell said highpotnt tempts for 36 per cent man in both games was and 22 of 36 charity • Monroe's Dale Ar- shots for 61 per cent. rington with 26 in the Earlier in the week Kings Garden game and the Cats were on top 23 in the Sultan meet. of a 55-45 game Jan- GRAND OPENING Friday and Saturday, January 19 and 20 ONE OF THE MOST attractive signs on U. S. 2 appeared at Sultan last week thanks to the efforts of the Sultan Ad Club who felt a strong desire to call attention to tourists, as well as local motorists, natures offerings in the Sultan basin. The basin-- in an Alpine setting on federal and state lands--offers limitless recreational op- portunities, as well as excellent fishing tered Green Beans, Bread-Butter, Dutch Apple Cake, Milk or Orange Juice WEDNESDAY: Chili Con Came, Soda Crackers, Carrot Sticks, Hot Roils with Butter, Frosted Cake or Cookies, Milk THURSDAY: Turkey Tetrazztnt, Jell, Sal- ad, Bread and Butter, Peach Sauce, Milk FRIDAY: Texas Bean Soup, Celery Sticks, Cheese Slices, Rasin ,Whole Wheat Squares, Butter, Chocolate Pud- ding, Milk, Orange Juice ready for in Spada Lake. The two-sided marker captures the attention of both eastbound and westbound motorists. Left to right are Sultan Ad Club immediate past pres- ident Jack Love, President Ed Shipley and member George Carberry, the latter of whom was committee chairman in charge of the project.--Monitor Staff Photo .... Menu ,o, Up An Appetite For A  I JANUARYMoNDAY: 22-26Meat P,00NCaKE SRE.AKF,00Sr '"1. ...... Potato Pie, Buttered Monroe Jaycee Fair Mates I Sliced Carrots, Pick-  le Slices, Bread and Sat., Jan' 20 Butter, Frosted Chaco-  ) late Cake, Milk 7 a..m. to 11 a.m. TUESDAY: Baked MasomcLodge,,Lewis:Street   Hash-Catsup, But .... Adults $!.00 ..... ...... * Children 75¢ .... Come and see what we've got ourselves into .... a brand new VW headquarters, with more parking, more service facilities, more everything! There'll be refreshments and fun for everyone, all day Friday and Saturday..• special displays and souvenirs.., and a whole gang of brand new Volkswagens to see and test-drive. PACK00/OO D VOLKSWAGEN Telephone Number: 353-1192 5415 Highway Place ( Evergreen Way) STATEMENT OF CONDITIONS .:; i ASSETS Decemberl 31, 1967 [ Cash on hand and in Banks...' ...... $ 98,37hlf U•S.Government Bonds and Notes.. 1,729,648 [ U ' Municipal and State Bonds .... ' 165,0(10 Total: 12.2% of savings accounts December 31, 1967 .............. $1,993,020 First Mortgage Loans ................ 15,567,611 Real Estate Contracts and Other Loans ......................... Federal Home Loan Bank Stock and Prepayments to Second- ary Reserve Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporat- ion • ..•..• •, • • ...**...•.• •*.. •....., •o.. • Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment and Leasehold Improvements .•. 664,595 31( 38,224 Other Assets .............. • •e.....••. .• Total Assets ..... $18 579 682 • •# • • .• .•.• , | • .*.# • .• . LIABILITIES AND RESERVES Savings Accounts ............ .. ... .... . $16,297 Borrowers Funds-Prepaid taxes and insurance ........... . • . • •.• • • ••* Loans in Process and Other Liabilities ............ • .. e•eee•ee.• • • • Specific Reserves ............. • . .. .. $ . 502,896 107,600 Advances from Federal Home • • ie. • •••ee• . Loan Bank .............. 600,000 Federal Insurance Reserve and ..... ' State Contingent Fund; Un- 874,91 allocated Reserves ................... I II Total Liabilities and Reserves .... $18,579,682