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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA., December 8, i')77 Mrs. Kuhnhenn Presents ewmg Lesson To Homemaker Club Mrs. Allen (Thelma) Kuhnhenn presented a less,m sewing on new fabrics to members of the Tualco Valley Home- makers Club at the Nov. 30 meeting, held at the home of Mrs. Wayne (Susie) Wollard. Club members worked on bags for the National Conven- tion slated for Sept. 17-20, 1978 at the Seattle Center. Washington has the honor of being the host state this year. The business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Joe (Dorothy) Keenan, president, was held in the afternoon. She announced that due date for scholarship applications had been changed to March 31. She said the Holiday Flair, which was held in the Everett Mall this year. was very successful. Donations for pattern books that fund the scholarship are received during the Flair. It was also announced that National News Week Magazine, a current event magazine for school, is interest- ed in underwriting the major cost of placing a 17. S. Treasure Trail Book in the Libraries of grade schools to aid fifth grade history classes They ask that homemakers clubs donate one dollar plus postage for every book they place in the Snohomish County Schools. Tualco voted to donate seven dollars. The Treasure Trail Books were sold in 1976 by homemakers clubs as part of the bi-centennial. These books locate places of interest in each state across the nation. The next meeting will be at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs. Bill (Sue Ellen) Parker at 649 Eliza- beth St. Mrs. Carl (Dorothy) Hallstrom and Mrs. Ron (Joan l Snow will conclude the program on "In Search of Ourselves". There will be a Christmas gift exchange and members are asked to bring a gift (with a $2 limit) and a favorite Christmas cookie recipe. Homemaker meetings are open to alT interested persons regardless of race, creed or color. For further information call Mrs. Keenan at 794-6053. Of interest to... By Shirley Smith Women's Page Editor usmesse$ The Frank Wagner Parent Teacher Conference has been receiving support for their school safety patrol from several businesses in town according to Mrs. Ted (Pat) Donovan, safety chairmen and committee. The PTC cannot pay the boys and girls for the extra job they do or pay their parents for letting them participate she said, however, Blanche Shelton of the A & W Drive-In has donated "mama burgers" and A & W Root Beer for members of the patrol, Bill and Barb Hudon of Monroe Bowl have given passes for a free bowling game and Betty Nahoopii, with the Monroe Recreational Department, has tickets for the patrol members to all the movies the department is sponsoring. She said Chief Chuck Nauman has had extra patrolman out frequently to aid the youth patrol which is comprised of Greg Larson, Randy Hudson, Scott Fulcher, Shawn Carl- son, Jeff Parker, John Nielson, Fred Harger, Tim Soth, Darin Keenan, Andy Geier, Ted Dexter, Kenny Bloomfield, Julie Felix and Mark Wynne. The Frank Wagner PTC continues to be interested in any problems concerning getting the children safely to and from school. Anyone with a child enrolled at Frank Wagner that has suggestions or complaints are asked to call Harold Bakken, school principal at 794-7930 or Pat at 794-6934 UNITED METHODIST Women check boutique items that will be sold at their Christmas Bazaar and luncheon to be held at the Methodist Church from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, Dec. 9. They are from left to right, Sonja Boyes, chairman of the lunch kitchen, Alma Soma, Grace Otis, Lora Morse and Erna Schrag, general chairman of the bazaar. Pat said the PTC has a special prize for the best plan to Audrey Neilson, Barry Flickinger To Wed East Senior Center alleviate the congestion in and from Frank Wagner before v.ounty and after school and written safety plans may be sent to Aid's Flood Victims and Workers Mr. Grant Neilson Of Tic- at the Monroe Community school with your child or delivered to the Frank Wagner oma and Mrs. Ruby Neilson Chapel with a reception fol- office. ] It/ Monroe of Snohomish announce the lowing in the fellowship hall. Workers at the East County Senior Center swung into "II,.,~F i~ forthcoming wedding of their The bride to be, a 1976 1B_'__.d_J__ action this past weekend preparing gallons of hot soup and Once again the Monroe Ski School has made arrangements daughter.. Audrey L. Neilson graduate of Monroe High otrtnuay rar y , some 400 sandwiches for the dike volunteers under the for its skiing session slated to begin at 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. to Barry Flickinger of Mon- School, is currently working ' direction of Doris Miller, kitchen supervisor. roe as a medical receptionist for Total Surprise to Lee Newby said they served three bus loads of workers 13, according to coordinator Wayne Whisnant. Barry is the son of Mr and Dr. C.L. Bunge, Monroe. l ............. Friday and sent a group with food up to Sultan for the 12 There will be eight sessions with the last ski trip for the Mrs Homer FlickingerofW Her fiance a 1q75 Monroe , wor o war veterans oi families that had been evacuated to the Volunteers of season on March 17. The Ski School is designed for children in the sixth grade am" " St ......, Monroe *m o p m" mgn .... Gradu'ate is em-lovedp l [ll[n me wmnroe tsa:'racKs r~o. America camp site. A nurse was also sent to tend to two ill and up Whisnant said and children from parochial schools ...... -. 2377 and Ladies Auxiliaryc,-i, re_ double ring ceremony is by D. Bier and Company m will meet at 12 no-n W--' n n. .......... " .... Edith Shayn of Rt 1 Mort u eu- Dee Jones said they were open all day Friday until 7"30 as well as public schools are welcome. pmnnea mr rrmay, uec. it) anononnsn, v " ' - nesda-, Dec 14 at the Con " Thecost this year will be: transportation $47; lessons $25; roe was totally surprised Y. - and back at it Saturday from eight in the morning until ....... witla a birthday party cele- gregatmnal Church Hall atseven at night. She said the Seniors postponed their rental $44, which includes skis, bindings, poles and boots; and lift tickets $4.50 each week, which are to be paid at the lO0-Voice Chow 1"o at tartup brating her 80th birthday309 South,LewisS!; for a pot Saturday night dance in order to help serve food to the pass according to Whisnant. ........ ~ lUCK luncneon Ionoweo Dy volunteers tins past weeKena at tne ...... There will be a meeting of all beginning skiers at 7:30 ,, ,, ) separate DUslness meeun s , The Messiah will be pry- Warren Bacc n. pr:ss secre- home of her son, David *** g ' She said they setup C.B. radio s at the Center too, to take p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 10 at the Monroe City Hall. The ski sented by the one-hundred tary. Sharp of Seattle .......... calls and communicate with the Fairgrounds. This service instructors will be there to check ski equipment and tell aumor L, range wm nora an voice chmr of the Auburn She said the tmbhc is cur c " - ' "" " - There were 60 ouests, 54 of ontinued Sunday also, she said. Adventist Academy at the dially invited, which were relat 'ives attend- open meeting at 7:30 p.m.. ......... about the lessons. He says if you are a beginner and new Startup Seventh-day ing the pot luck dinner affair, rrlaay, ec: vat me tuatco United Methodmts late Chrtstmas Bazaar planning to ski with the Ski School please attend. Anyone who-has ski equipment and wish to have it checked over or ~range/or mstaHauon ol ox Adventmt Church locatedWhere to Send according to Mrs Carl (Mar- :__, c -) ,. ........... ", ricers. Parents of all junior Women of the United Meth- they are featuring, beautiful adjusted is welcome to bring it at that time. Parents are JUSt t~lUl-Ul OL w.a. z, oil tH~ 1OI1) 3mltn oI Kt 1 a o n,a Sul'-n Startu" Road .... ....... " .: ..... grangers are requested to at- odist Church have been hard pillow cases along with other welcome to attend this meeting also, Whisnant said. vlu ta - 1a Ottllta any sam a Deauumt wrote tend at work makin- handmade b "i u i .... The buses, which are chaperoned, will be filled on a first The presentation will take cake decorated with ,,ink ros- " g out q e tems, raked place at 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Letters to Santa may be es was served following tbe _ *** items for the Christmas goods, plants, pie and coffee come, first served basis. Money must be in to the Monroe December 10, under the sent c/o P.O. Box 73, Mon-dinner Jne vr.ank Wager studentsshopper who is looking for for $2.00; Chili for 60 cents; Ski School, 301 S. Blakely St., Monroe, Wash., 98272, be- .F T, oo, o, roe Wash 98272 Letters ..... ; ..... are ready to permrm mr the something mr that specialhie only for 50 cents; orfore a place will be reserved. Checks are payable to Monroe ..................... e, ........... t:mm s granacmmren gave ...... Ski School, however, if you are renting Whisnant asks that a Senmr Cmzens at 1 30 m person Thmr Christmas ba coffee onl for 20 cents a professor of music at the must be received by Dec. 20 her a big bouquet of red ...... P" ." . ", .- .... Y separate check be made to Stevens Pass Sno-Country. All monday, uec lZ lor r~elr zaar IS slated from v a m to 4 Mrs William Bo es said school, according to Mrs. according to Santa's helper, roses and her reat rand- . . ;." ............. " " . " " Y " ...... parents and menus at /:an p.m. wltn mncn nemg servea thev will servecinnamon applications must be in by Dec. 31. P. - cnuoren gave ner a corsage. Oo ....... p.m. Tuesday, Dee. 13 at the between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. rolls for 35cents to the The Monroe Ski School was started in 1969 by the Monroe i nose atte olng I om wion- F " " h i " 1 _ ......... rank Wagner Memorml Friday, Dec. 9 at t e Un ted morning customers while J.C.'s Whisnant said and he got involved with it as a partic- IVlonroe irlT,W tne ;nt.a f m itinrarn Auditorium on West Main Methodist Church located at they last. ipant. He said Mrs. Fran Olson was in charge of it then and Methodist" Church ...................... .... St . 342MrsS Lewis,E alt MonrOeschag sa d he helped" her with it until last year when she became too the Dennis Pfeiffer family." " w r " " busy. At that time he and his wife Joan did the coordinat- Marion said guests and rel- Ladle,, Gait C l.h " ing, which is done free gratis. , _ n - atives camefrom Southern ........ The last day, which is an all day session, down hill races | Lnnstmas. tJazaar ~ C~limfrniai3reny p'a, non,Ellensburg'Machias, To Instll]l Offieerg ~ " i | and prizes are awarded and a special hot dinner is ar- $ Frlda,, Dec 9 Wash. andSand Point, At Chrmtmas" Party ' Trovehno Towr :)eo :)lei ranged. 7 9 Idaho. ., /c Whisnant said the sessions are scheduled for Fridays be- 9 a.m. - 4 n.m. = '" New officers will be install- Ill ,, cause they practically have the slopes all to themselves and It" INOtlCe ed and awards presented at .............. are able to get onto the lifts without a long wait, like they ....... t eturnmg Irom two wee s or start sleeve weamer were would have if they went up on Saturday or Sunday. . . .,... ~ SOCIAL BRIEFS" Are soctal the Monroe Ladies Golt ~IUD ............ -- -d - 1 i ....... " . ...... Kam gn ann w axme onoert. Last year the session had to be canceled due to lack of t utzctt oerve " __ _-- notes , notices of meetmg.s annual Chrmtmas party slat- They were met at the Dallas, Texas airport by Raleigh's snow and Whisnant said their big worry was getting the " o ee AIIDa andacivitiesot oca orga:+ed for 11 am lnursoay . . Pie C ff - y ..... , .... 2 ". .... brother Ray who drove them the 80 miles to home at money refunded from the rental as the ski area was sold at- zano aqa people " nt (today), uec o, at me tvmn- C " r C k " "e " Dal" Th ...... ................ " " yea rye , local o east or ins ey ma some nsnmg during this period. He said everyone was very patient about Monroe United Methodist Church ,.. rues money-rat tr'g pro- roe Golf Club " , -,: ; _ " .... at Cedar Creek Lake in 70 degree weather, Raleigh said and it and it was June before they got their money. 343 S. Lewis St. Monroe Jc Sge: e. t i tlst'liSedtt Mr er, Kreetnentg c(2gtnaens), aftu efir ;lda?lo iTa? d:o Da:ltSsteOvCnatSha a tfl gh: aF?nr When asked if beginners should rent or buy their ski ~%.,~.~,~.~.~.~.~.~.~.ffi.~,..~ .... ~,~,.,.~,~,.,.=,~,.a.~-~,.~.~.~ rej~ 't copy is reserved by the w:" +urn over her -avel to ' - " Y p Y g equipment, Whisnant said, "the equipment you rent is Rpr Rlhl"t99jltlRg'Rl'f l r .... _ Thanksgiving with their sons Michael and Mark and o~ten better than equipment you might buy u a beginner') , _ iVlUllltOl. , _ _ Mrs. 5torr r lw ml~u~ daughter, Kristie and two grandchildren. however, they are only able to use the equipment that whose boa ] , ] .... Ch He said they did some fishing and site seeing up and down night. He said a lot depends on how much growing the skier , Mrs Anthony (anne) iv- [ L2k | ".; ............ the waterways in sons 35 foot cabin cruiser. Raleigh said ez, Mrs William taan ra 11 ' /| Manmick, Mrs. Joel Fort is the Venice of the US. will be doing. If you have any questions you may call Wayne or Joan at I il ' / (Blanche) Rockstead and 794-5567 after 4 p.m. I / Mrs. Richard (Sally)Angel. A friend is a gift you give yourself. Art Displayed at Monitor Office " (""i.',,~, / .~ # " The lovely art work that is Charles (Barb, Salelajus. the Monroe Monitor office from Mrs. Eldon (Claire EI- ,r/ currently being displayed at Both women took lessons was painted by Mrs. Rodney len) Furlong for a year on - (Evelyn)Ellis and Mrs. Fridays at the East County Senior Center. I / ,,' :I .... I -- , Choose a gift for her from our excmng coUectmn of-- I r/ tP i / I /I SPORTS WEAR ! ...by Jantzen, Graft, Jack Winter, Tami 1 ~ t,,,.,.,,, LORR:2NF :l:G?:ffa ~011~lfl, ~,II f/~l:!ili,,i ~;/I BERKSHIRE HOSE LOUNGEr ROBES _. t~ /~ ~ _j~//i,l,,,,,~tll!(,,~'~ /I SWEATERS .. y y nn 118 E. Main Monroe / )" L ' TRIFARI JEWELRY --BY GOODY-- / /7" . [I Starting December 9th 'eakfast Lunch Dinn / / |1 ltours Monday.Friday, Open Evenings/z: ff ( Saturday 9:30 5:30 I The very spec'al way to remember... ', I M.. . . " Monday-Thursday, I I Free Gift Wrapping Use 6 a.m.- --ra: "'m" / Monroe Shopp,ng (:enter 1~....1.; L 1.1 It ~ ~. k~. 6 a.m.- Mid~ht I . 2no Leclar 3nonornlsl Banquetw by Appomtmen_t t iii