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Page Four, Monitorr Monroe, WA. Nov. 22, 1975 Major Appliance & Refrigerator Repair Now Available at Monroe Appliance 17 years experience For Service Call 794-5311 126-12 This Week Only Sn0h0mish Photography & Camera Repair Staz Building 125 Union. Snohomtsh eFamily Can't Meet Your Payments #2 Call DEBTORS ASSISTANCE 252-1404 252-3144 Licensed Bonded Credit Counselors--Debt Adjusters Protect Your o Job eAssets eCredit Through "People Helping People" Logging Superintendent News Fr By MICKIE HENRY His grandfather was a logger. His father was a logger. And Don has spent almost 30 years in the woods. Not just chain saws and sawdust. But the green and growing forest as well. Because crowded trees need to be thinned to allow strong ones to shoot forth with tremendous growth. 677-2219 School News: Five sight seeing events were Wednesday night. The Whistle Punks played on the agenda for the Girl's Club trip last Frl- the Cascadia Jets at the Whistling Post with day. the score 9 to 1 in the Whistle Punk's favor. First was a tour of Bell Telphone Company *** in Seattle then a Journey to the King County Court House where the traffic court and crim- inal courts were visited. After that the girls went on a shopping spree at South Center, ate dinner at the Old Spaghetti Factory and finally took in a show during the evening. It was "ouch" time at the school again where students, faculty, and members of the community who so desired received their second "flu" shots last Thursday. Two local ladies' pool teams cued-up last MONROE ELECTRIC at , Monroe Hmdware Electrical Contracting 20 Years Serving MonroeArea MONROE: 79~8733 SNOHOMISH: LO 81568 NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Smith, 120 South Ferry Street, Monroe, became the parents of a baby girl, bornOct- ober 28 at Valley Gen- eral Hospital. The baby, named Renee Ntcole, weigh- ed 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Ptnocle Club was held at the home of Joyce Ttmpe last Tuesday night. Prizes were won by: High, Pat Kvam; Second high, Mtllie Pollow; Pinochle, Glenda Thomp- son; and Draw, Barb Ryder. Millte Pollow and Joyce Timpe held 1500 trumpZ Nooks and crannies: Gtna (Mrs. Carl) Ho- man, home from a trip to San Francisco, is very glad to be back in Sky . .. Barney and Dolores Bertrand bought the old Wallace Ste- ven's home in Milltown as an investment. Their son, Marcus, is renting it at present ... Really nice to see Earl McDonald from Goldbar the other day. He has been working for MK Con- struction in Centralta . . . Lloyd Peterson is among the first of the State Highway Depart- ment winter crew returning to Sky for the sea- son ...... Happy Birthday to Lorna Wed- emeyer, Julle Anderson, and Jerry Dantels. Celebrating wedding anniversaries this week are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wise and Mr. and Mrs. dennis McCausland -- Congratulationsl *** Pete sez: "Happy Thanksgiving. Eats lotsof turkey and try not to think of the cost." trees ma' The way Don figures it, if there weren't green and growing trees, he wouldn't even have a job. And neither would the next generation of Schrivers. See Don Schriver Saturday on NCAA Football, ABC- TV. Woyerhm usor The Tree Growin9 Company. LARRY CROSBY --Staff Photo New Policeman On Duty Here Club Plans Christmas Party Plans for a Christ- mas party were laid at the recent meet- ing of the Park Place Community Club of Monroe. The newest member of the Monroe Police Department, Larry Crosby, reported for duty last week. Crosby, 26, placed first in an oral and writ- ten civil service test held earlier this month. He fills a vacancy created when Sergeant Earl Harmon resigned from the department. Crosby, a graduate of Everett Community College with a degree in law enforcement, worked with the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho police department for two years before coming here. Married, he and his wife, Sandy, have a four year old son, Sean. The party, planned for the afternoon of ) December 4 at the home of Mrs. Flor- Senior. enter ence Broughton, will include a pot luck din- ner and gift exchange. C t, V It I e s Those attending the recent meeting at the home of Lenora Growcock, Monroe, were the Mesdames: Pauline Law, Tina Ray, Gurtd Torseth, Helen Horton, Ttllte Bronsch, Gracella Kauffman, Florence Broughton, Gerald Lettz, Ethel Guptill, and Ruby Woolsey. Olga Reese assisted the hostess. Activities at the East County Senior Center for the coming week include: Monday, November 26: A.A.R.P. Meettngand Potluck--Noon. Senior Bowling--Monroe Bowl- ing Center. Tuesday, November 27:10 Cards and Games, 10 Mini Bus to Everett, 12 Lunch. Wednesday, November 28: 10 Cards and Games, 10 E.C.C. Class--Creative Writing, 10 Handcrafts, 12 Lunch, No Food Stamp Certifica- tion. Thursday, November 29: 10 Cards and Games, 12 30 Lunch. Friday, November 30:10 Cards and Games, 9-12 Free Massage, 10 E.C.C. Class Senior Power, 12 Lunch, 1 E.C.C. - Class Driftwood Sculpture. The Perfect Christmas Gift 4-Functi0n BY JERRY BAUER Great American poet Robert Frost wrote in his poem, "Mending Wall", "Something there is that doesn't love a wall/That wants it down." In the poem, there seems to be something in nature that will not let a stone wall stay to- gether, forces in- comprehensible to man make it neces- sary--if there ts to be a wall at all--for a man to meet with his neighbor once a year to rebuild the barrier. The poem is as sad as the sense of it. Why must man continue erectin boundaries a n a keeping himself from freedom7 ONLY We also have in our HALLMARK Thanksgiving and Christmas Cards Hours 9: to 5:30 Monday - Saturday 1st 8treat -- Snohomlsh -- 568-4493 t Just/n T/me for. the Holidays Services with dignity are provided to all by those at BAUER FUNERAL CHAPEL, 701 1st Street, Call 568-4126. 24hr. ser- vice. All faiths wel- come. Member of Associated Funeral Directors providing services from any distance. One level convenience. Inspir- ing Chapel. Inquire about the Purple Cross Plan. Bauer Funeral Chapel 701 First St. Phone 568-4126 Home Owned Open Daily 9:30-5:30 I 0 I.O, FIRST STREET S OaOM R