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Nov. 25, 1971, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Five ,. -.. Four freshmen, four sophomores, four juniors Parham, Janet Pokezwtnskt, Jean Pokezwinski, and eight seniors head the Fall quarter Monroe Becky Prokop, Michael Reid, Kimberly Reuss; : igh School honor roll with all "A" grades. / Ntna R. Richardson, Cheri Robinson, Mark Freshmen with highest honors are Ann Bider- Sackmann, Gary Sheneman, Karen Smith, Lance best, Barry Fltcktnger, Cathy Groger and Dora- Smith, Bill Stansberry, Jeff Stone, Janie Thomas; J~hy Streutker. Sophomores are Rick Davis, Steve Groger, John Palenberg and Frahnz Shel- ton. Juniors with perfect grades for the quarter are Rita Biderbost, Kristi Falling, Leslie Minor ::and Tom Rupert. Seniors are Linda Anderson, "Matt Bakke, Randy Bran, Nancy Gets, Debbie Bob Tuohy, Karen Turner, Chert Vanhulle, Alice Verlinde, Karl Vtrta, Connie West, Judy Whitfteld, Steve Witthuhn, Linda S. Woodall Rick Yaskus and Kimberly Softs. Juniors Sharon R. Andersen, Melva Angle, Kathy A. Atkinson, Sharon G. Baldwin, Rita L. Bider- (From Page 1) and authorize allocations for additions, major repairs, replacements or purchase of additional equipment and expenditures over $400 except those of an emergency nature. He prefaced his request with the statement that in his contacts with district residents he was convinced the electorate wanted the board to be- come more involved in the spending of the bud- get and informed on the expenditures and pro- jects as they occur. He said he felt it could be accomplished without hamstringing the admtn- change and wish to hold over any action until they can study the matter. In a related subject of being better informed, it was agreed at Thom s's request, that dir- ectors meet at 7:30 p.m. on the second meet- tag of the month to study the bills before author- tzing payment. In the same general subject, directors voted in a 3-1 action that board agendas be mailed to directors on a Thursday or Friday as is the policy now, and further, that the superintendent '~:~ohuson, Sally Long, Shelley Pederson and Wayne bast, Gall M. Blomster, Pam S. Bond, Jim N. tstration, inform the board chairman in detail on agenda ~Steffen. Brison, Lynn M. Carter, Carrie L. Conkling; Cottam said he must put his trust in the de- items in advance of the meeting. :,~: Others with 3.0 or above grades which earn Don Crabbe, Karen C. Doze, Brad S. Edging- partment heads, that if they request an alloca- Mrs. Biderbost and Thomas supported amot- ./~iii:~hem~ a place on the honor roll are as follows: ton, Dawn Etchison, Jeneen Feek, Dale W. Gel- tton and it's in their budget, he approves it, ion to that affect, by George, while Bond was lner, Marty S. Hammerquist, Lori D. Harris, opposed, stating he saw no difference in the i Freshmen and he would not be equipped to discuss or Jus- ~ij:: Barry Aberle, Carol Allan, Denise Amber- Tana Hull, Michael R. Jones; ttfy the purchase of each item with the board, board chairman and the board members con- Carolyn Kaptein, Mary Kaptein, Barb E.Keck, Bond said a requirement for authorization cerning when each should get their agendas. ~n, Kevin K. Anderson, Stace~, Atkinson, Duane Teresa M. Kelly, Robert M. Kern, Gayle D. of expenditures over $400 would indeed ham- Director William Boyden was not present. i~:~auer, Brenda Beat, Brad Beetchenow, Dwight King, Jerry A. Kuhnhenn, Melody I. Lamb, string the administration. He said if a citizen The superintendent was asked to prepare a '~Btckler, Ran Bishop; Deborah Lane, Sue R. Larsen; ~ Cynthia Bowling, Kev Coon; Debra L. Cottam, Jill C. Law, Anne E. Lowber, Dan Marty, has a question about a new project or purchase current Job description for the positions of and he doesn't know the answer himself, he can superintendent, assistant administrator and bus- Paul McIlrath, Michele Moon, Bill G. Nelson, call the superintendent and get the answer from Yulie Dennis, Mike Dickinson, Pam Earlywine, iness manager after George said the present Z Dsvid Elledge Dick Hackney, Julie Hagglund, Doreen M. Nelson, Vickt A. Newell, Krista A. him. policy manual doesn't contain a job description mily Harris; Tort Harris, Dale Jelinek, Eldon King, Nolan, Karen A. Olson; Asked specifically about the "greenhouse .for administrative assistant or business man- liebecca Kulik, Michael Lee, Charlene Lehman, Rosemary A. Pohle, Sheri Pother, Cora project" Cottam said the high school agrt- ager. . o Wayne Leslie, Jeanette Lindsey, Diane Living- Round, Randy W. Sable, Robert L. Thoma, culture department's greenhouse was being on- wottam informed the Doard oz a meeting with Jane L. Trombley, Sylvia Van Ess, Michael D. larged as an instructional program iththestu- state school officials and legislators to discuss ston, Debra Longacre; Wenzel, Katherine Rae West and Shores L. dents, that it was not a new building project. "students' rights" and the subjects of expulsion, Randy MacFarlane, Teresa Manoske, Cheryl Wright. After further discussion, Thomas made notesuspension, searching lockers and so ' forth, K. Marry, Robert Mauro, Jeff McDowell, Gloria Seniors j of his intention to make an expenditure author- slated for November 22 in Everett. He said Meckle, Denise Meeds, Marie Moberg, Jan Tim J. Aberle, Lori A. Armstrong, Patty M. tzation motion at the December 13 meeting, he had named Mrs. Lee Hopkins as a represen- Moody, Tommy Moon; Rebecca Morse, Lorna M. Neilson, Debbie Barrett, Larry C. Bauer, Marla J. Carter, Placing the matter on the agenda allows the tative from the community to attend with him, :~ ~Nelson, Thomas Nelson, Rick Nissen, Dale Jennifer Chancy, Marsha D. Clark, Stephen L. Monroe Education Association time to decide two school administrators and two high school Cross, Judy A. Denman, Doug E. Elledge; in advance ~ they consider the matter a policy students. ! ~Olson, John Olson, David Pierce, Rita Prokop, Terry A. Elmore, Ben Eppinga, Darrell J. ~ SteveQuinton; Ewert, Dee Dee E. Farrar, Carol A. Fleming, '. ie P nts Ad dOf g ~ . susan Reid, Pam Rogers, Lori Scharf, Mark George A. Fret, Sheryl A. Frombach, Lorraine L0we[ Sn0qual[~ are vise Lunch P[0 ram :..Schwartz, Marilyn Sheets, Marvin Sheets, Bonny P. Furlong, Jerolyn R. George, Carol H. Graden; mith, Brad Smith, Claudia Smi+.h; Bonnie Stewart, Joanne G. Stotko, Amber Strom, Tim Weaver, Ann Webster, Charles Whltfield, Kathy Wt , David Witthuhn and Robyn Sm .th. Sophomores Jim Anderson, Cathy Barnett, Karen Barr, Janet Bauer, Renee Bradley, Diane Brigman, Valeria Budschat, Linda Culp, Karen Elledge, Scott Frankhauser, Barbara Fret; Pam Frombach, Miki Gage, Gail Garren, Ltnda Gates, Desa Gese, Joseph Gibbs, Gerald Gould, Stacy Grieb, Linda L. Hammond, Nelson D. Sheryl Hammond, Cherrey Ann Hatcher, Paul Heggeness, Dave Hensley; Havens, Dave E. Helm, Kris O. Hvatum, Lezlee K. Johnson, Rick H. Johnson, Dana L. Jorden, Kathy J. Kelly, Joan E. Knatcal; Dave A. Kriegel, Karen R. Kulik, Sue A. Lahr, Rod G. Loafer, Melanie L. Longacre, Sue B. Manu, Ran S. M:moske, Lynn M. Mar- tin, Annie M. Marty, Bryan Melntck; Mtchele Neilson, Mark R. Olson, Helen M. Parabek, Denise Parham, Jacqueltne Perry, David Pretlow, James A. Roberts, Janet A. Rodland, Georgene K. Sandbak; Randy W. Scharf, Kay M. Schruder, Lorrte L. Schwartz, Bonnie Senger, Eric M. Shelton, Donna Hopkins, Rusty Ingstad, Ann Johuson, Becky L. Smith, Doug E. Stacker, Douglas Tuck= Nancy Jones, Jay Kuhnhenn, Cheryl Lehman, or, Dave A. Virta; Teresa Lindsey, Mary Livingston, Paul Lowber, Terrt D. Walster, Karen L. Warburton, Steve Jay Mater, Teresa Mann; R. Webster, Linda D. West, Sust M. Wtckizer, Monroe Public Schools . . . Linda Maw, Rhonda McCrorey, Steve Moody, Diane M. Wight, Mary C. WolfkUl, Cheryl L. Lynn Morgan, Laurence Nelson, Warren ZurfluhandRanceProkop. Nov 29Dec 3 Lunch Menu Voters To Hear Politics Status Citations Made In |eer S des o.d. Spaghetti, plesauce, Milk. Seasoned Green Thursday: Bsrbe- Beans, Hot Whole qued Beef on School The League of day suffragette move- The Rainbow Tavern bartender believed theWheat Raison squares Made Bun, Cole Slaw, Women Voters, which meat, is studying the on West Main Street customers were over grew out of the early-legal status of women has been cited by Man-21 but did not ask forwith Butter, Pears, Goofy Cake, Milk. today and the Snohom- Friday: Baked Sat- ?sh tyI,eague will p roe police in con-_ identification before Milk. ttl ?thi!F he sold them Sever at Tuesday: Hamburge mor French,, Fried !1'- m-! lrresent- for ttsmem-, . ; ,,, 'U L i 14 ! : ..bers ,and the public a cases of beer ..... T-lle in' lW. youths cited-for tll galatoes, Buttered, Car Bread,., and : B tte r,, ALE ,D-- general meeting on the ed have been cited with possession w e r' e rots, Bread and But- Jelio with Bananas, (For Auto and Home) topic, "Politics and illegal possession of James Sattler, 19, of ter,:Fudgtes, Milk. Milk. the Status of Women." intoxicants. Route 2, and Timothy Wednesday: C h t 1 i, Laizure, 18, of South Carrot Sticks, Hot Blakely Street. Roll and Butter, Ap- The meeting, to be According to a Mon- HEA G AID REPAIRS November 29, at Ed- report, the tavern's On the spot repairs on oll monds High School mokeso:d modeb reo 00 le Little Theater, 7600 price, FreeE,timote,. 2121h S.W., Edmonds. Charity Club To will include a panel Provide Turkey Dinners Parents of children enrolled in the Lower Snoqualmte Valley School District are advised Of the free and reduced price lunches which are offered to children from families unable to pay the full price. Elegtbtltty for the program is based on monthly income in comparison with family size. For 20 cents for grades seven through twelve. example, children in a fam .ly of four are eli- Superintendent Fred Krauss said information gible for free lunches if the family's monthlyfrom parents is confidential and every possible gross income ts not over $328 or children in care is taken to prevent identification of child- a family of six would be eligible if the grossren receiving free or reduced price lunches. monthly income is not over $426. Questions concerning the program should be dir- Eligibility for reduced price lunches allows ected to Norman Mtgdal, principal, at 333-4103 a somewhat larger monthly gross income and or 788-1175. considers the number of children in school. Application forms and eligibility scales are available at each school building and have been sent home to all parents. Also families with four or more children in schools and day care centers whose income fall within the reduced price range are eligible for free lunches. The reduced price lunch for eligible children is 15 cents for kindergarten to sixth grade and - ~~~~~ -.; [The Silver King Cofe Presents ! |. A Free Fashion & Gifts Show Friday November 26, 1971 1:30 p.m. In the Main Dining Room . ( Emphasis will be on ) "Gifts For the Man In Your Life" ( : __- _Fi rst St_r eet Snohomt h .__ __ _ ] discussion, according to Mrs. Don Senter, On Thanksgiving Day turkey pie, 350 poundscarts, will be served [verett, Was . public relations chair- the MUltonair Club of potatoes, 10 cases from 12:30 noon, or Plme2S 4;i! ...... : man. Charity will serve a of peas and carrots, during the afternoon. Mrs. Pat Emerson, free turkey dinner to 60 gallons of sweet Men will be served past president of the needy men, women and potatoes, 300 pounds from 1 p.m. to 5p.m. Lease A New I Seattle L e a g u e of children at the of poultry dressing, 50Reservations maybe I 01dsNJobde I Women Voters, and the Charity's headquar- pounds of sausage, 200made in person at the 1 person who spear- ters, 2515 Western pies and refresh- club (at the Lutheran II For as little as you | headed the drive to Avenue in Seattle. meats. Compass Center, 77: II are nw paying fr| urge the League to The bill f fare will Wmen and children' Suth Washingtn / II that so-called | undertake the statusof include 250 pounds of- and women with es- Street) or by mail. Indoor Christmas Tree Light Sets I economy car at - I i i w,. d,.cu., the ZIum 7Lights in a set Only cbox S women as a study item, League's interest in the political status of 12ndi,& B Snohomishl women. 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