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Page Two, Monitor, Monroe. WA. Nov. 22, 1973 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1898. MEMBER L ...... ~soclafion o F~,~nded 1885 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys, per year $5.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmle Valleys $6.09. Official Newspaper of the City of Monroe and Town of Skykomish. Address all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, Monroe, Washington 98272. Editor & Publisher .......... Howard Voland Office Manager .......... Althea Hendrickson Advertising ............... Mike Purcell News Editor .............. Dick Baldwin Comment... See page 1 story. An ambitious and worthwhile project for the entire Monroe community is pre- sently in the planning stages. A number of civic minded individuals gathered last week to discuss the pos- sibilities of creating an honest to good- ness old fashioned Christmas celebration. The small cluster of people threw out many ideas, ranging from Santa Claus trot- ting into town on a horse drawn wagon to a popcorn-cranberry stringing contest be- tween the younger generation and the adults. ur In the event of snow or other ad- verse weather conditions, parents of school children should listen to the radio for school closure informa- tion, Monroe School District Admin- istrative Assistant Eugene Elledge said. A number of Everett and Seattle radio stations will broadcast school information throughout the morning 'Elledge added. Radio stations KRKO, 1380, KWYZ, 1230; KING, 1090; KOMO, 1000; KJR, 950; and KIRO, 710, will announce up-to-date school in- formation and transportation sched- ules. Schools will be open unless one of the following announcements con- cerning Monroe School District No. 103 is made, Elledge said. Closed: All Monroe schools will be closed. All school meetings and activities are canceled unless other- wise announced. Limited Transportation Service: Monroe Schools will be open but bus transportation will be limited for the day to emergency routes to by-pass the more dangerous roads. Limited transportation routes are listed be- low. Buses and schools one hour late, no morning kindergarten; Monroe schools are open and buses running an hour later than usual time. "Proper clothing is tmportantdur- tng inclement weather, especially when the children are waiting for school buses which may be late," Elledge added. Open, no transportation: Monroe schools will open at 9 a.m. Parents will have to provide transportation for their children during thaw per- iods when county or city officials close blacktop roads to heavy traf- fic. The program, a brainstorm of the Lady Lions, is an alternative to generating a holiday atmosphere during a time when the public has been faced with one shortage and national crisis after another. The whole idea and/or success of the undertaking rests with the community. The holiday is traditional, costs are minimal and with total involvement among friends, neighbors and strangers, it can truly be a wonderful way to observe this festive time of year. Because of the en- ergy crisis. Monroe Postmaster Bill Boyes is urging peo- ple to mail domestic and foretgn Christ- mas mail one to two weeks earlier than the Postal Service or- iginally recommend- ed. Boyes said that do- mestic first-class mail should be in by December 8 and do- mestic surface par- cels, except those for Alaska and Hawaii, LIMITED TRANSPORTATION SCHEDULE Bus 1: Chain Lake, Meadow Lake, Wagner, regular route.; Bus 3: Horse Country, Waverly Drive, No Horse Country; Bus 6: Woods Creek, Wagner, Will not go up hill above Everett water line, no Pit Road or Stephenvtll e H ill; Bus 7: Echo Lake, Lost Lake, Htghbrtdge North, 179th to 174th, and Columbia to Maltby Estates, will not toup High Bridge Road, past Rtcct oador Lost Lake. Goto Mart Jack Monroe Girl At College A Monroe girl, Rtta Btderbost, daughter of mailed by December Mr. and Mrs. Felix 3. Alaska and Ha- Biderbost, Route L watt shipments should Box 302, Monroe, be in the post office keeping busy with by November 23. her nursing studies Airmail parcels and at Fort Wright Col- letters within the lege in Spokane. United States, except Alaska and Hawaii, should now be posted no later than Dec- ember 15. The Alaska and Hawaii mailing deadline is Decem- Originator of Jet Pumps ber 13. Foreign mail should be sen[ a week earl- ter than originally an- nounced. Get the factd & SPORTING GOODS Monroe &bopping Center The Fresh Idea Company Monroe Shopping Center 794-7351 Miss Biderbost, who graduated from Mon- roe High School in 1973,t's a freshman at the college. ur Trailer Park and turn around. Bus 8: Paradise Lake, Maltby Estates and Bostatn Road, will not Fire Chief Monroe Fire Chief Jim Crawford notified DISCOUNT go beyond Paradise Lake Estates; local citizens and bus- Bus 9: Old Sultan Highway, Wagner tnessmen this week I Snohomish Thriftway Shopping| and Monroe Terrace, regular route; that a batch of faulty Bus 11: Old SultanHlghway and High- fire extinguishers may I Center 568-4153 I way 2, will not go down Van Brock- be in the area. | IJOURS l lin Road; Crawford said they [ Weekday 9..30 - 8:30 | Bus 12: Florence Acres, regular are an Ansul, Model | Saturday 9:30- 6 I route; Bus 14: Sky Meadows, Test- WF 2 1/2, water fill- | Sunday 11:30 - 4 | lii !ii :+. er Road, OldSnohomtshHtghwayand ed pressurized ex- : : : Downs Road, Regular route; Bus 15: Echo Lake, Lost Lake and High Bridge North, will go to Mart Jack Trailer park and turn around; Bus 16: Ben Howard and Trombley Hill Roads, will not go over Ben Howard Hill and Trombley HUl Road; Bus 17: High Rock, Tualco Val- ley and High Bridge South, will not go up High Rock HUl; Bus 18: Mon- roe Heights, Hospital Road, Straw- berry Lane, 179th North of over- pass to Maltby, will not go up Cal- houn Hill; Bus 19: Robinhood Park, Trombley Road and Cripple Creek, will not go up to Robinhood Park, Trombley Road or Cripple Creek. ttngutsher. The Chief said that if anyone has this type of extinguisher they should contact him at 794-7666. i i 1 i i i i Sales & Service RCA---zENrYH FRIGIDAIRE Wheeler Appliance 794-8141 Momme Wide Awake Request the Pleasure of Your Company At Open House to Celebrate Their Seventh Anniversary on Friday, November 30 Nine-thirty to Six O'clock 503 E. Main Street Monroe, Washington coffee & cookies will be served And so will the following: Keep drapes closed on cold and windy days Install weatherstripping around doors Thaw food before cooking Defrost your refrigerator and freezer regularly Wash full loads of clothes Set thermostat down 4 below normal setting Insulate heating system ducts in unheated areas Limit use of kitchen and bathroom fans We need to do everything we can to save energy now, so that we Will have it this winter. Last winter's low snowpack on the Columbia River system has left water levels critically low behind the power dams. Save electricity now and you save water to generate power later. ~.,v i= =. Ii L,-~ i~. i i llWl h~ll ii m Unicap Therapeutic High Potency Vitamins - Mineral Tablets ZOO's Reg. $7.45 Unicap M Vitamin Mineral Tablets 120's Peg. $6.17 Peg.f2.00 Bar Set Reg. $6.49 Unbttakabie Nylon Basters I 59I Thermometers I Reg. $2.69 Ulteressa Slinky Poly Reg. $3.29 I:uturity Look Like Wool Acrylic Reg. $4.50 Yucca Dew Sh;mpoo .... I 1/2 o,.. 1 ,~n ! Clairol Herbal sence CremeI Reg. $1.29 / I"'cr'n h~,".I i1~ oz. Reg. $,.~ 9! lOentu Creme I I 1/2 oz. Tube I O'"i i~i:ii.ij:.i!i:!.!i!i!iii!;ii~;~i! ~ii:i!!ii!:iii:~iii:!i!i!i:i!:!!:i!l Toy Sale Continues I Fantastic bargaim on Games "1 Dolls - And other type Toys, | Layaways graclo=ly accepted.I Price Table in front of store. =hdstma~ Merchandise will be put out the day after Thaa givtng. Out aim not to inconvenience you. onty to keep the Holidays in their proper sequence. The discount store where service is uot jmt a word. Snohomiah Thriftway Shoppln8 I Center 568-4153 [ HOURS Weekday 9:30 : 8:30 Saturday 9:30 6 Sunday 11:30 - 4 , ~t