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Youth Symphony s Program numbers have been selected for the Everett Youth Symphony&apos;s first community per- formance here at 8 p.m, December 11, in the school auditorium on West Main Street. The 70-members county-wide group of young musicians is directed by Jascha Galperin, music director for Mukilteo schools, who will lead the group in a perform.ce of "Jubilee" by John Duro, "Concerto Grossi" by Vivaldi, "Andante" from Haydn's "Surprise Symphony", "Waltz" from the Masquerade Suite" by Khachaturian, "Pavan" by Ravel, "Allegro in C" by Mozart and "Russian Choral Overture" by Tchaikov- sky. Monroe youngsters playing in the symphony are CLOSE_O-UT Fall Bulbs i Tulips ,' Hyacinth . ._ _ J Crocus /2 PRICE MORSE VARIETY Program Selected Anne Lowber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Lowber, alto saxaphone; Kimberly Reuss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reuss, viola; Frahnz Shelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Shelton, trumpet; Shelley Pederson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Obert Pederson, oboe; and Lorraine Furlong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Furlong, flute. Sponsoring groups are the Monroe Public Schools and the Monroe Parent Teachers As- sociation. There will be no charge for ad- mission, but a goodwill offering will be col- lected to benefit the" Youth Symphony scholar- ship fund to provide a competitive scholar- ship for high school seniors who plan to major in music in college. Others assisting in arrange- ments are Mrs. Shelton, president of the sym- phony's parents' organization; Gene Maxim, Mon- roe High School principal, George Oelrich, Mon- roe school music director; Mrs. Reuss, Mrs. Lewis Bakke and Mrs. Walter Moberg. The high school art department will draw posters for the event. Formed three years ago the youth group has grown steadily and now includes the Junior Youth (training) Symphony of fourth through six graders and which meets on Saturday mornings. The Youth Symphony itself meets on Monday nights at Floral Hall in Everett. Everett Com.- munity College also acts as a sponsoring "angel" for the group, Mrs. Shelton said. The December 11 symphony performance will take the place of the Monroe PTA December meeting and will provide a concert of classical music for the opening of the Christmas season in Monroe. Stokely Fruit on this day families and friends join together to Bgive thanks for all that is good and plentiful in llfreedom.., forthewarm enjoyment of the day's Cocktail U festivities . . . and for a heritage to remember (Prices Effective il/21 - 11/25) Reg. 27 19 Lge2zI/2 I ioneyBeeYams Anaconda Jlum Foil Reg. Swansdown Cake JSweetheart ' U ;V=' Reg. 35q 2 ..... 00RLiquid " O(li00 - "Soa ' Full Qt. 071  i mm , Camp-Fire M-Mallows,Lb. 25 Sweet Potatoes ono,, Lb,. 4'< llSweet Potatoesono, , Mt. View Dill Pickles Q,. 49 I]Satsuma Oranges 4 Lb,.$l Giant ' " ii. ,,_:___ ,':'__,__ ,, Zee Towels e. 39 291 Lir. unions - ffaolsrles no. ,,  llgr:_ un 0ns - ao!sn_e ............... n lesi{Frozen!veriresiT:Pegs--- Blue Bonnet Marg. 29 lorn- Spinach- Squash- _ ,7.. ,. ,,,,.g ixed Veg. . 6/$1 rlelscnmans Marg. 3Yql Parlfl,-Ponl Crab791 Planters Mix Nuts 794 HT II "' " --  ' " '  Libbys II :t livelg'Pennant Pittedkge. 28 Oz. 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