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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Nov. 25, 1971 l e n d a r Junior Grange Elects Carol Barr As Master Basket Bureau Names wo oo.+. Decem.- Carol Barrwillserve Beebe, steward; Rick Sandy Snow, Flora; ron are Harriet and her 1: M ude Grey as master of the .Woodall, ,. assistant Debbie Sanders, lady Alan Barr. Junior R .r rasanf f/v8S Clark OrthopedicAux- Tualco Junior.Grange ]steward;NancyFroh- assistant steward; leaders are Karen iliary Christmas for 1972 as a result' ntng, chaplain; Dennis Kevin Ord, DavidRule Barr, Cheri Vanhulle, at ,.. meeting and work of the election of Meske, treasurer; and Darren Ray, exec- Margene Barr, Steve MoNroe Hordwore party for December 11 officers November 12. Sherry Warburton, uttve committee; Lisa Barr and Mike Lewis. I Electrical Contrac ng Mrs. Jerry (Greta) ago as a means to avoid bazaar, 8 p.m., Mrs.. Others elected by secretary, and Larry Wilson. women's act- Grange members 20 Years Serving Neal has been named duplication in the Cecil Kerr. the 47-member group Rule, gatekeeper, ivtttes'chairman; and meet every second and Monroe Area as Monroe represen- giving of ThanksgivingSal were Nancy Marry, Also elected were Lee Amn Bowman, fourth Frtdays MONROE: " tative for the Christ-and Christmas bas- mas Basket Clearance kets. It represents vati0n Army overseer;. Teresa Vtcky Barr, Ceres, musician. . " SNOnOMISR. LO S-4SSS now, lecturer; Dan Edte Menzel, Pomona; Matron and Pat- Hy L0 Elects . . --'NDEX" "" Bureau and Rodney civic, fraternal, youth d-s Lett Boddington has been and assistance organ- ,o, Sen ers Feted 0 A ivo Eppi The bureau, head- The headquarters at C reys To B quartered in Everett, 2809 Grand Avenue Of Appeal 0 e n nn rsary Miss nga 5KYKOM SH arranged for the giving will be open through DUNBAR LUMBER baskets and 2,014 ceive and supply air," according to be held from one to iiiiiiiiiii+!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii '+'+ ' >+:' .............. ++ + +%!iiiiii i iiii i reelected president of h a s Christmas baskets to names of families Harry E. McCloud, the four o' clock this Sun- iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ....... iiiiii:iii! i iii::iii:i!i i!!i.i:i: ::i;i!,iSi!i the Hy-Lo 4-H Club I:1 1:i: ill: 1 IU I:I V needy families in the needing a holiday bas- Monroe Salvation day afternoon honor- iiiii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii!!i ii!ii ii!ii ::-:i i::: i when members held ...... county lastyear. The ket. Groups and in- Army treasurer, "but ing Mr. and Mrs. C. iiii!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!! their first meeting of Every Thursday bureau expects the dtviduals may call to many, poverty does V. Corey of Route 1, i!iiiiilili!i!iil!iiiiilililiiiiii? .... i the year last month. need to be even greater Mrs. Neal at 794-8777 exist, and becomes on their 60th wedding iiiii!i!i :": ':.:-,: . ii::!:"ii. :i!iiiiiii!il Others elected were Phone: 794 6446 this year. or Boddington at 793- painfully evident at anniversary, iiiii iii::iiiii ::iiii =i:i : .... i!:i: George Nelson, vice- - - The clearance bureau 3321. Christmastime." The event will be held president, Vicki Beet- ..... ::"=::::~:: ..... :~ ...... :~ ....... :.=~! iii;i~.~i:~?:~: : :~.i~i~i!~;:~;:::..!i~;~i~ii~!~::~i~!~i~::i!. '~i:i;!i~:i~!:i~:.i!'i in the Monroe IOOF ..... . ..... chenow, secretary; I' WE.WILLBUILD . I was organized 16 years McCloud said that Hall on South Lewis iiii::.; .... i. ;i!iiiii!ii i! ; ii :.i!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii i!i!!i ........... ""::":';+!i!iiii;;;;;;ili;iiiiiiiii iii:;:+i;iiiiiI Id Hot D Nelson, trea- i o. wu, .m , | through efforts of the Salvation Army, no Street and is bein iii ii i:i: .... iiii ;ii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiii : ;iiiili ii iiiiiiii ili:i : iii surer, Kathy Eppinga, | . | Sweet Peas H0 0g Day child will go without hosted by thetrsonan .....,::.:,::: i,. ?.i::iiiii ! ! i iii i i ! i iiiii iiiii ;i ....... ..:::. historian, and Deb | .CaZorWme. [ a toy, or an unwed daughter and families, .... :::::i i!i!i!i!iiiiiiiiiii ......... '::::::.:::iii!iiiiiiiiiii:;::: !iiiiiiii Nelson, reporter, l .FR_E _ROB ....... CHURl= I 0 mother without per- Mr. and Mrs. Orville : !iiiiiii iiiii!:.i, i!!!i!iii The group set Dec- [ ' l T Celebrate Good Ball Season .on .ent,oo. Oor+ o, ::: : : ......... iiii:!iiiii!i iii:ill ember 4 as the date I3 Bdr'smn I " .-:- -.. " for their yearly _ . m. from $11,995 [ to the homeless and hommh and Mr. and +'/ ,,. ::::::::::::::::.- ." ~ "~" ,.:_:.: .: :::::~:: ::::."$. Monroe Sweet Peas football players celebrated handicapped men, will Mrs. Luther Lamm of : ..... ..:::.: Christmas party. The |fl CflNNflR g flRflN|NI ..... held in ............... " Route 1. . ...... ::: event V rtll Be 1 ...... " 1 the end of their good football season with a hot be a priority at this The couple has 14 ::=: ':::: .... i; .iiiii i:i:: iii the Tualco Grange !'' dog feed November 13. season of the year. The party for 33 players was held in the base- "A Christmas letter grandchildren and 12 ........ i::i ii!ii i? i Hall. " I ,, Eve,,, .... , merit of the Monroe Eagles and hot dogs were appeal will arrive in great grandchildren. ....... , donated by Larry's Food Store. Soft drinks your home during the Mddre yrtck and :: [ BL :: !:~ : :,., .,::::.~:~:;~S ;:. :~i~' ':.~ :~:~:~i!::i:~::.':~;~!:.~:~ were donated by the Coca Cola Company. first week of Dec- Clarence Corey were ::::: :: The team, sponsored by the Monroe Athletic ember, and the local married in Gregory, %?:iiiiiiii:iii+iiiiii :i!!+i!iiiiii++ SALE! EL CTRIC Alq K Association, was coached by Rick Latzure and Salvation Army Ser- South Dakota on Nov- iiil. Rick Petrick. They played a five win, one loss vice Extension Com-. ember 30, 1911 They !:I :!!!iiii!i and two tie season, reports Mrs. Phillip Lentz. mittee encourages homesteaded n e a r In their first game, the Sweet Peas lost to everyone to respond Vetal, in South Dakota Issaquah 0-13 but won their next five games with by return mail," and moved to Washing- scores of 18-0 over Lake Stevens, 22-0 over McCloud said. "Your ton in 1937. ..................... Arlington, 13-6 over Snohom sh, 13-0 over Lakeprompt response, to Mr. Corey is semi: Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Corey Stevens, and 17-0 over Arlington. TheB two this appeal, will help retired and has been - Crown Studio Phnto final game:s were scoreless ties withSnohomish meet the needs of selling household . - .... and Issaquah. those early expendt- items for the past 25 tn the Tolero Rebecca Evergreen Fair for ", tures which are re- years in the valley Lodge and has been many years. PLU qutred." area. superintendent of the The couple request Leanne Scharf Joins and Contributions may be Mrs. Corey is active fancy work at the no gifts. sent to McCloud, in B Sa e " Leanne Scharf of Scharf is m joring in care of Monroe Apple Jacks 4-H Elects 0yd H0kana , Twin size Monroe, has been sel- nursing at PLU. She Branch, Seattle-First ected as a member of is the daughter of Mr. National Bank, P.O. Reg. 18.00. For lightweight warmth, try DUNBAR LUMBER has FREE DELIVERY Every Thursday Phone: 794 6446 this all acrylic electric blanket, with 'supernap' finish. Machine washable. Single control. U.L. Listed. Full, single control 17,00, reg. 20.00 Full, dual control 21.25, reg. 25.00 the Concert Band at and Mrs. Robert M. Box 218. Boyd Hokana has been selves for the 4-H meeting November 8 Pacific Lutheran Scharf, Sr. of 16018 elected president and Judging schools. In- with his 4-H demon- University according 179th Avenue S.E. s oU"r"an Have Fischer secre- dividually, members stration. to Gordon Gilbertson, The PLU band has tary of the newly are gathering material director of the band. scheduled concerts in formed Apple Jacks for demonstrations Miss Scharf plays Washington, Idaho and Sec0u f] 4-H Club. and working on their tenor saxophone in British Columbia dur- n n Other members are horse projects to show YOUR LOW 0V[ RHFA0-FACTORY DIRECT DEALER COLLINS CHEVROLET 794-7600 Monroe the 68-plece musical trig its 1971 Fall con- LeRae Howell, Lu- other club me,tubers organizatlon, j#htch ,, ert ;ol/,r November otrid' ' 'Hbl an i? Cli s= when they was origin offered ; (lDftlda) ' U_lWor RfP ttn ' Fis'ch 'l " La2Rli pl ted,. :,.-.," .... 'before the t rii "bf the'" trd' i' 'g larseriesof: Sbattte: are welcoming Hokana and. ,JESS . Boyd"Hokmia ended .... ' .... SNOHOMISB + + ..... ' century, concerts at PLU dur- their second son, Fischer. ,J' the club's second A graduate of Monroe tug the school year. Richard Michael, born Members worked on Open Friday Night Till9 P.M :J .,g. so.oo,, .,s. randm0th October l3. their horse certifi- , " Card of Thanks G ers Mrs. Morgan taught cates at their first : ii first grade at the ele-meeting in order to ' ": g mentary school on be ready for participa- The recent loss of Hold Meetin DickInson Road from tion tn the "Furry Coat our mother, Mrs. Bes- !969 to Spring of this Show" in February. " , sie Foye, leaves us Members of the Mon: year. Members also prac- with grateful hearts roe Grandmothers Richard weighed six ticed judging t h e ,I toward our neighbors Club No. 52 enjoyed a pounds, five ounces Fischer family's , and friends. Their dessert luncheon at and joins John Patrick, horses to ready them- comforting expres- the home of Mrs. Lena 15 months old. sions of sympathy will Batchelder on Novem-- always by remember- ber 16. ed. We are especially Those attending were grateful for the the Mesdames Ethel thoughtfulness shown Gupttll, Elsie Coon, by the Tolero Rebekah Lenora Growcock, Lodge and the Tualco Edna Amstutz, and Grange; and to all Ada Drugge. those who have con- Plans were made for trtbuted so generouslya Christmas party In our Mother's mem- with potluck lunchand ory to the Valley Gen-gift exchange at 12:30 oral Hospital. p.m., December 21, at The Family of the home of Mrs. Gup- Bessie Foye till. e k ~ ~ T '45-1tc Be eepers FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom Meet Sunday modern home, 1 1/2 Baths. 794-8868. ' The Northwest Dis- .- . 45/tfc trtct Beekeepers As- soctatton will meet tn room, electric, carpet, Marysville Sunday, close in, $110. Also November 28, at Vet- 1970 Suszuki 90 with erans Hall, starting helmet, $325.794-8909. with apotluckluncheon 45/ltc at 12:30 and meetingto follow. .+. New and Used Cars (]IPI N E VENI Mf;$ MTIL NIl E 54th and Evergreen Way Everett 353-1192 thence, West 495 feet; thence South 1320 feet, more or less, to the South line of said SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4; thence East 165 feet, to the place of beginning; EX- CEPT the South 730 feet of the East 300 feet thereof; EXCEPT portion conveyed to Snohomlsh County in Vol- ume 121 of Deeds on page 339; EXCEPT right of way of CMcago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway and EXCEPT right of way of Great Northern Railway and EXCEPT that portion conveyed to State of washington for State 842541 and in Superlor Court Cause No. 99786. A Hearing will be held on said petition on December 8, 1971, at.the hour of 8:00-p. m. in the Council Chambers ar the City Hall in Monroe, Washington, at which time and place' any interested persons may appear and voice approval or dis- approval of the proposed annexation. The expense of publication and Pesdng of this Notice is borne by the signers of the Petition. DATED this 10th day of November, 1971. /s/BETTY KING, City Clerk Published November 25, 1971 InA M~)d . Electric Manor Plan now to attend the PUD Home Economists' annual free program of holiday entertaining ideas. Learn easy, creative ideas for old-fashioned enter- taining. Demonstrations will include decorating deas, helpful hints using your appliances in pre- paring for a successful holiday gathering, exciting hors d'oeuvres, and many delicious recipes of the season. " Come hear special guest speaker Kathleen Peck of Kathleen Peck Finishing School give advice and instructions on grooming for the holidays; and demonstrate make-up applications. Call now for reservations and free tickets, Seating is somewhat limited; and youth groups, unfor- tunately, cannot be accommodated. Call 259-9640 or 774-2111 for reservations for the program most convenient for you. Four BIG Programs TWO IN SOUTH COUNTY...AND...TWO IN EVERETT South County Everett Electric Building PUD Building Auditorium PUD Auditorium 2101 8 U. S. Highway 99 South 2320 California Avenue Lynnwood, Washington Everett, Washington December 6, 1971 7:30 P.M. " 'December 8, 1971 7:3~0 P.M. December7, 1971 1:30P.M. December9, 1971 1:30P.M. m.1 ~ mi.l= [.l~ i ml.'m =i..~.ll I ~l~--~U~ I I ; ~- -! i,o,~ "'+ i'" "