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December 8, 1977, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Five News From Mlelde Henry 677-2202 The regular meeting of the City Council was called to order by Mayor Timpe with Councilmen Gale, Boffey, Stevens and Henry present. A letter of resignation was read by the clerk from Councilman McCausland, who is moving to Sultan. A representative of the Association of Washington Cities was present to discuss the necessity of the city to adopt a shoreline ordinance and also a platting ordinance or pass a resolution adopting the county codes by reference. Two members of Harstad Engineering Company were there to discuss various fazes of the water and sewer pro- jects .... Oh, the dog came to the meeting again. The dog, it's a boy dog we noticed, is a brown one and brown ones are the nosiest kind, you know. Anyway, the Brown Dog's stomach kept growling. See, the mayor would ask for com- ments, and before anyone could answer, there'd be this loud "g-g-growl". I tell you, it was a scream! Why, it about broke up the meeting there a couple of times. You can see there's little to laugh about in some of the council stuff. The dog got up and left around 10 p.m. The Ill Wind: Katy Fosterling, who has been taking daily treatments at an Everett hospital, was taken by aid car to the Monroe hospital on Thursday after she became ill at home. She is still in the hospital, but improving .... Chrys- telle Maloney had minor surgery on her face in the Monroe hospital on Sunday. Our sympathies to Lyle and Pam Laverty in the passing of Pam's father in California around Thanksgiving. Nooks and Crannies: There are two vacancies to be filled in the T.V. District. Anyone interested is advised to call Bob Stevens or Bob Fay .... Kim Pollow and Judy Meyers nar- rowly escaped injury when they hit a cow in the Gold Bar flats on their way home from town late Monday night. The Pollow pickup was heavily damaged when they hit the dark colored animal on a stormy night .... During a snowstorm, a Burlington Northern engine was unable to avoid hitting a runaway snowmobile careening down the tracks by Baring. The owner of the machine, who lives in Grotto, said the MONROE BRANCH, BANK OF EVERETT'S Johnson and guests were made by the staff. OPEN HOUSE was held Friday, Dec. 2 celebrat- Poinsettia and candles provided a holiday atmo- ing the llth anniversary of banking in Monroe. sphere at the bank of which Fred Tilton is Glass Co. Monroe Chapter No. 627 of TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sen- sibly meet at 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mondays at the St. Mary's old parish hall, N. Madison. Insulated Glass all windows old and new free estimates Travel is, I am sure you will agree, a fascinating sub- ject. There is some place in the world that everyone has wanted to visit sometime in their life. When you have an idea where you would like to go, call me. I can give you rates, ideas and answer any questions you might have. I will take the time to look up all the fares available, Freedom, Apex, etc., that can save you money. Believe it or not, my services are absolutely free to you. I earn my income in the form of commissions. The commissions are already built into all fares and rates, whether you call the airline, hotel, car rental, etc. or me .... the rate is exactly the same. If you have any questions on commissions please call me .... Hope to hear from you soon, whether its a business trip to Portland or around the world: Steamship or Air .... Business or Pleasure. Call me, 794-7561 or 794-8771. Darlene Whitfield, Mercer Island Travel, [paid advertisement] Qua/ y Serv/ce snowmobile got away from him .... Dorbthy and Lyle Walls" The cookies that were enjoyed by Mrs. Francis have moved to Snohomish. Lyle is, however, commuting to manager. Fresh ,Turkeys for Christmas-- his job in Sky with the school district .... Heavy rains follow- Memorial Services Held Nov. 30 for Lueille Niehol Austin grandchildren. O ing the snowstorm brought high water, which was the cause She was preceded in death We Are Taki rders of a Burlington Northern derailment below Scenic. Special Memorial services were in New York and since that and Mrs. Ken Richardson of by a sister, Pheobe Harvey :::homei:: bonnie crews have been working around the clock to repair the Wednesday, afternoon, Nov. time she and her husband Connecticutt; a sister, Mrs. and two weeks prior to her damage. There were noinjuries .... AI and Inez Boffey's new 30 for Mrs. Grannis (Lucille have made New York theirMarian Nichol Countryman death a grandson, Scott Half or Whole mobile home has been delivered and the owners expect to Nichol) Austin at Scarsdale home. of Californiaand seven Richardson. move in in the near future. It is an attractive home and even Congregational Church, She was involved in the has a fireplace .... Upper Valley people who attended a N.Y. Social Services field, having Center Cut - Slieed..........lb. *l meeting and Christmas party of the National Association of She died Nov. 26 at the age taught at Columbia Univer- Our Regular - Fresh Ground Postmaster's in Snohomish Saturday evening were Mr. and of 76, following a massive sity, lectured and had work Mrs. RussKvam, Mr. andMrs. John Henry and Mrs. Pearl heart attack. She was born published in periodicals and Croun, Bowen of Gold Bar, who was elected secretary of the district April 27, 1901 in Wisconsin textbooks. She received her for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. William Boyes of and moved to Monroe during doctorate from the New York Monroe were also in attendance .... Birthdays being cele- her high school years, gradu- School of Social Work, now a Grass Fed Beef brated this week are those of Shonda Shawver, Larry sting with the class of 1920 part of Columbia University. V Boffey, Gladys Sullivan, Jason Roberts and Margaret and going on to graduate She is survived by her hus- ,O| lb. Otterson. On Tuesday Russ and Pat Kvam celebrated their from the University of Wash- band at the family home, 44 wedding anniversary, ington. Drake Rd., Scarsdale, New Grass Fed **** In 1927, she received a York, two daughters, Mrs. Pete Sez he has this friend who reminds him that in the scholarship for further study David Sproul of California good old days, all it took was a tank of gas to hit the road ........ Now, if he wants to make a trip, he has to take an array of medicine calculated to handle any emergency, have a few Sandwich Sliced sessions with his chiropractor, get his prescription for glasses changed, get a new hearing aid battery and reline his teeth. " ......... Services Held for Lorena Pearl Lund :: : : : : :: : : : :::: :: : : : : : ::: : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : ::: Services were held Tuesday four sons, Dan and Gust, afternoon, Dec. 6 for Lorena both of Tacoma, Loren of Pearl Lund of Tacoma, at the Orting and Kermit of akin- FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Purdy and Kerr Chapel inhams; a sister, Mrs. Gall * Monroe. Denton of Denver; 20 grand- (WITH MINIMUM ORDER) She died at the age of 62, children and 16 great-grand- 1 Delivery a Day--Call 794-8404 December 3, following a children. : : ; ; : : : : : : : : : : : : = : : : : : : : : : : : : : : = : : : : : : : : : : short illness. She was born " ' ches OCt. 18, 1895, in Mount ............................ Hope, Kansas. She was a resident of Man- Whip aA., az., roe for 44 years until 1975, " ............... Ch" 69 when she moved to Tacoma All types, fair prices, free es- !1~ e~KE~S, ~2 oz. I to be with her children. She timates, cash or percentage. 119 E. Main St. 794-7411 or 793-1811 102 E. 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