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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Nov. 28, 1968 Hospital Guild Slates Miss Block PUD Plans Program Swedish Plan I Maltby News ! Everett Style Show T0,_ Perform Onp.00i_iomeEconomistsChristmas,,o ohr,stma.FdSenter_ Services Miss Sherrie Sofie re- '" Seattle ,...,. the public of the Karen Davies and Anne taintng. Swedish worship ser- )lL El Vta Dyer LO 8-4425 (| The ladies of Valley Bourdage, WilltanRatn- Miss Carolyn Block, Hultsman, members of Open to the public, the vices to be held at 3 General Hospital Guild water, David Peszneck- daughter of Mr. and Electrical Women's ]rograms are scheduled p.m., December 1 atthe will sponsor a style er, Earl Joplin and Mrs. James Block, Round Table, will pre- ior 7:30 p.m Tuesday, Monroe Evangelical show-luncheon featur- ing fashions from an Everett firm at noon December 5, at the Ev- erett Elks Club. The luncheon menu will include hot turkey cas- serole with cheese sauce, asparagus, des- sert, rolls and coffee. Chairman for the proJ- ect is Mrs. Bruce Stew- art, assisted by Mrs. John Heichel and Mrs. Richard Elmore. Working on the various committees are the Mesdames Walter |W FROM DAY OF DEPOSIT AN INSURED BANK DEPOSIT, WITH NO TRICKS OR PENALTIES Dr. Allison Auxiliary Holds Meet Mrs. Leonard Andrews presided at the meeting of the Dr. Allison Orth- opedic Auxiliary mem- bers when they met re- cently at the home of Mrs. Melvin Arm- strong. The group fixed Christmas nut cups for the hospital and took care of the last details for their November 22 bake sale and linen bas- ket. Maltby Congregational Church will have the regular board meeting December 1, after church. All interested parties are invited to help set up the 1969 budget. Ladies Aid will hold a business meeting and Christmas party at the Fellowship Home Thurs- day afternoon December 12. Potluck and gift exchangeI Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson, owners of ahome located next to Maltby Mercantile, are busy ren- ovating the house for Pastor Norman Greene and his famtly. They plan to move from Kirk- land to Maltby Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tscherntch attend a Sunday potluck at the Surf and Sands on Whidbey Island. The Tscherntchs plan a future home on the island near the home of Art and Rose Johnson, formerly of Snohomtsh. Naom! Cohen, Phyllis Bresheare and Vaughn attended the Whtdbey Island Dog Show in Monroe Sunday, November 17. They wereverylmpressed with the beautiful breeds and thereby hangs a tale; they later drove to Everett and purchased two dogsI The St. Patricks Day Parade Committee and other interested persons will hold a second meeting at the fire hall in Maltby the evening of December 4 at 8 o'clock. Kermlt Hodgins returned home by plane a week ago on Wednesday from a trip to California. The monthly meeting of the Sunday School officers of the local church was held at the George Lee home Wednesday November 20. Attending were Russell Lindsey, Alice Klnkead, Dorotha Lane, Opal Helfrich and Hope Chrlscaden. The group ts making Christmas plans and improve- Present were theMes- merits in the regular service. Eric Anderson dames Calvin Wtnstead is remodeling the lighting at the church with the St., Glenn help of George Lee. Armstrong, Earl Graden, David Meeds, Jack Hensley, Clifford Halstead and guests Mrs. Ed Barker and Mrs. William Math- ews. It was announced Sat- urday that Mrs. Roger Pack 29 Cub Scouts held their meeting this month at the Cathcart School. Two new Cub Bobcats are Thomas Green and Jesse Lacey. Mrs. Selma Koznek, a den mother from Maltby, received a one-year service pin. Scott Koznek of Den 1 received a Bear Silver Arrow. John Breckenrtdge of Den 2 received a perfect attend- ance pin. John Breckenrtdge and Jake Lacey, a one year service pin. Mike Honey, Den 3, a Wolf Gold Arrow and two Wolf Silver Arrows. James Webb of Den 4 received a one year pin. Tom Lindsey of Den 6, a Wolf Badge. Robert Songsttne received the Naturalist Award. Rich- ard Martin, Thomas Martini, Steve Webb, Mike Clayton and Bruce Sisson all received the For- ester Award. Mr. Berget's Webelos Den No. 1, David Berget and Jeffrey O'Brien received Nat- uraltst and the Engineer Awards. David Hite, the Engineer Award and David Berget, Jeff O'Brten and David Hite, perfect attendance three- year bars. Jeffrey O'Brten, David Htte, David Berget and Dennis Allen, three-year service pins. Robert Songstine and David Hite, the Arrow of Ltte. Maltby and Cathcart boys who earned the sum- mer S.K., were Scott Koznek, Mike Clayton, Doub Blackford, Mike Honey, Mtcky Malloy, Eric Mann, Bill Zude, Chuck Van Bebber, Chris Walster, Bob Berget, Jeffrey O'Brten, David Leech Aller, tickets; Clarence Peters, Rich- ard Elmore, Bruce Stewart and Percy Cool- ey, corsages; Leech Aller, Cecil Kerr, Eber Swanson, Vernon Fyke and Roy Wiley, decorations, Alex Zaremba, Harold Fricke, Fred Collins and Robert Koop, pub- licity. Tickets are available from guild members or by calling LO 8-5548, Snohomfsh, or 794- 8417, Monroe. Calendar Sunday Evangelical Covenant Church Swedish worship service, 3 p.m. Monday Ktwanntannes Christ- mas party, 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Clar- ence Devers with Mrs. Percy Dyer as co-host- ess. Bring toy for Buckley and gift ex- change. Tuesday Park Place Cozmnun- try Club, 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Harold Kauffman. Christmas party and gift exchange. Stockwell of Monroe was winner of the linen bas- ket and the winner of the pillow was Mrs. Mary Sanwick of Monroe. The next meeting of the auxiliary will be held December 18 at the home of Mrs. David Meeds with a home made gift exchange. Berget, Richard Martin and Mike Mead. Regular scout meeting was held at the Cath- cart School last Tuesday evening. A new scout is Johnnte Cyr, who went with his cousin, Michael LEE. While there, the Lees visited the Mc- Cumbers in their Bear Creek home. Mrs. Lee_ attended a stork shower in Lynnwood. With her were her sisters, Mrs. Berry Cyr and children of Maltby and Mrs. Lorna Rentko of Snohomish. The honored mother-to-be is Mrs. Carol Htbbs, of Lake Stevens, daughter of Mrs. Cyr. Ed Conkltng has recovered from a freak accident that occured Wednesday morning Novem- ber 13. He was taken to Providence Hospital for observation. Ed was hit on the head by a bag of laundry, tossed down the pole opening, from the third floor of the Seattle Fire Depart- ment building were he works. OPEN HOUSE 12 Noon - 5 P.M. Sunday, December I Katherine and Clarence Peters extend an invitation to their friends and customers to come in Sunday, have coffee and cookies and view their Symbols Of The, ,,c., ! ! Festive Season We have fresh cut blooms, table arrange- ments and greens to bring the spirit of christmas into your home. Stop in Sunday IFresh Cut F lowersl I " I Potted Plants I " ! I Chrysanthemums 1 L Door Wreaths ONROE FLORA Member of Snohomish County Allied Florists 233 S. Blakely Monroe 794-7001 Blanche Baker, Sultan Agent .Route 1, Monroe will perform as a member of the Seattle Pacific Col- lege Oratorio Society at 8 p.m. December 4 in the Seattle Opera House. The society will present Handel's Messiah. The choral group will be accompanied by a college-community or- chestra and a harpsi- chord. Under the direction of Mr. Wayne Harwood Balch, chairman of the college music depart- ment, the presentation will feature outstanding guest soloists. H i-Lo 4-H Club Elects Officers Wilma Eppinga was elected president of the Hy-Lo 4-H Club when they met here recently. Others officers elected were Ben Epptnga, vice resident; Nancy Stef- n, secretary; Jim Anderson, treasurer; Chuck Whltfield, re- Orter; and Wayne Stef- historian. In other business, final plans were made for a family potluck achieve- sent next week a holiday cooking program, "A Christmas Food Frol- ic" designed to enhance the enjoyment of the holiday season for Sno- homsh County home- makers. Guest demonstrator, Evalyn Vaughan of Spo- kane will highlight the program with many ideas for Christmas breads, cakes, cookies and snacks. Mrs. Vaughan works state- wide as a home economist for the Wash- ington Wheat Commis- sion. A graduate of the University of Idaho and a member of the Ameri- can Home Economics Association, she pre- sents a daily radio pro- gram in addition to a weekly television show in Eastern Washington. Karen Davies and Anne Hultsman will pre- sent new Ideas for hol- iday meal accompani- ments along with help- ful hints to put a sparkle merit dinner held last Saturday. Persons interested in joining the Hy-Lo 4-H'ers are asked to contact one of the new- ly elected officers. Decentber 3, and 9:30 Covenant Church. a.m. Wednesday, De- It was also noted cember 4 in the Everett that special music is Electric Building aud- being planned by Monroe ttortum, 2320 California and Seattle area vocal- Avenue. tsts. l FIRST MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK 1 BELLEVUE GL4-6303 ISSAQUAH EX 2-640"1 MONROE 794-8686 member of F.D.I.C. bl EVALYN VAUGHAN Home Economist Wash. Wheat Commission ANNE HULTSMAN Home Economist Snohomlsh Co PUD PUD ANNUAL CHRISTMAS COOKING PROGRAM Ideas for many mouth- watering Christmas yummies will be demon- strafed at this program. Because of the popular- ity of this annual show we suggest everyone call for reservations early. Call ALpine 9- 9640 or ALpine 9-9650. KAREN DAVIES Home Economist Snohomish Co PUD EVERETT ELECTRIC BLDG. SOUTH COUNTY BLDG. 21018 U.S. Hwy. 99, Lynnwood 7:30 P.M. Tuesday, Dec. 3 9:30 A.M. Wednesday, Dec. 4 7:30 P.M. Wednesday, Dec. 4 1:30 P.M. Thursday, Dec. 5 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: ALpine 9-9640 or ALpine 9-9650 PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT No 1 Daily deliveries /rom our shop ..