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[ong time Guild Ministers Campfire Dec. 12.1968. Monitor. Monroe, Wash., Page Flve Resident Christmas Elect District Holds I Maltby News 1 Succumbs Party Held Foreman Election EI Vesta Dyer L08-4425 Funeral services for The Maude Grey Clark John Foreman, pastor the Pacific Northwest," Funeral services were held Tuesday, December tralia last weekend visiting David's parents, Thomas Furlong, 80, Orthopedic Guild held who died December 4, its annual Christmas were held Saturday in party last Wednesday of the Monroe Methodist a slide lecture, accom.- Church, was e!ected panied the December 3 president of the Mon- annual meeting of the the Purdy and Kerr night at the home of Mrs roe Ministerial Assoc- Valley District Camp- Chapel. Ben Magnuson. iation at a recent meet- fire Girls. A resident of Monroe Members present dis- ing of the group Valley District in- Also elected were Jack cludes Monroe, Sultan, for the past 62 years, cussed the bake sale Stulp, pastor of the Mon- Snohomish, and Lake he resided at 16117 and raffle of a linen 171st Street. basket that was held roe Christian Reformed Stevens. Church, vice-president, Meeting at the Frank and Richard Arnold, Wagner Elementary pastor of the Monroe School, the District re- Congregational Church, elected Betty Jastad as secretary-treasurer. Chairman of the Valley Breakfast meetings District. She and other are held at 8:30 a.m. new officers were in- each second Tuesday at stalled by a Horizon the Holiday Inn. Min' group from Snohomish isters of all Monroe led by Norman Helm. churches are invited to Maxine Bredstrand attend, was installed as chair- man of the Monroe Valentine, Sheldon Leaders Association Johnson, Ron Wolfkill, and Barbara Mann Bruce Crowell, Gec. as vice chairman. Hammond. Mrs. Larry Prigg of Special guests: Mrs. Snohomish presided Todd Collins, Keith over the meeting as- Mrs. sisted by Valley Dis- He leaves three sons, last month, _and ex- Everett, of Monroe, pressea manKs for me ......... recent donations to the IVlUtOn, OI Los Angeles, ., C .a 1,. .,f urnopedic Hospital tn alifornia .... E ....... Seattle A hi hli ht Monroe, and three of "" " g g daughters, Mrs Ray me meeting was a ..... " --- demonstration of how to nocum and Mrs. Alvin ...... ........ make nrlsmas aecor- roKop, Dotn OZ lvlon- . ...... roe, and Mrs. William actons, given oy am- Stansberry of Alder- eql:xe t eerson. wood Manor. He also decidedYe members leaves a brother, Glen , , y Will give Furlong, of Monroe, a ',green sale" to in- ........ cluae the sale of r::,gO,o Zl greTta;rnaU- wreathes and holly children, and onegreat- Attending: great-grandchild. Robert Faye, Malcom Burial took place in Stockwell, LeRoy And- the Odd Fellows Cem- erson, Cecil Kerr, Ben Vander Howen, the Monroe Shopping Center and Valley General Hospital. The Congregational Church of Mon- roe will serve hot chocolate to the children and adults ****** The Maltby School Christmas program will be held the evening of December 19. ****** etery, Monroe. M agnuson, . _ John Bower, Mrs. Mar- trict Director Diana ularence eters, ueo shall Knox. Imus of Everett notified by mail as the urban activttyprogresses, sponsor a well known were held Friday In the The Community Club Christmas party will be the and timely play, Char- Purdy and Kerr Chapel. evening of December 20 for adults and children, les Dtcken's Chr A resident of Skyko- :hrr%vtll bellarPtlCkxOfSan:wiches and des-: Carol, at 8p m )Iemas mish for the past 35 .  g . members ann her 20 in th : u.. years, she was amem- non-memoers with their children are wel,',  ..... " """" bet of Areme Chapter a ...... " flail. g ther around the Christmas tree. The St Luke's Play- 201, OES. MioSS**alli:  Pjttss 2Ar p eiiucai lfede:tO:calt  The mother of Mrs. zJhar odd Walter Crosby of ie:fe 's i Blaine, she also leaves riday, December 6 at  ^,^,^, ....... g P, p orm the ,  v uua m me evening Christmas play a sister, Mrs. George at the Clearvtew Nazarene Church. Rev. J.K. Tickets may "be pur- Martin, of Seattle. French officiated at the services. The bride is chased at the door the Burial was held in the the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lyszezek, evenin of the rf Odd Fellows Cemetery, of Monroe. The groom is the son of Mr and . ..^ - pe orm- Monroe. v, rs. Leslie Keene, of Route 3. " "" Following the wedding, a reception was held mAW__ lt - Circle M Caller -., -----::ZL--'_S "u:)" .II l ato:p%lSemS&:Gerrgetm%Cnathc:rt. Theyoung mrs. oab,n roe. , o 19 Among out of town guests were Harold s two mf Camp-Fire M-Maows brothers and their families, Maurice Keene, of IE I@ Held Honored Ontario and Dwight, from Port Angeles, two Funeral se,'vices for sisters, _ Retiring caller Chuck Nestles Bonnie, of Port Angeles and Mr. and Martha B. Sabin, 80, of Griffin and his wife, Mrs. Duane Johnson, of Portland, Oregon. Also Route 1, Monroe, who Sally, were honored and present were a cousin, David Keene, of Kent, died December 81nVal- presented a gift by Cir- a friend, Tarot Thompson, Mrs. Anton Johnson, ley General Hospital cle M square dancers ChocoJate Harold's aunt, with her husband and son, How- were scheduled herefor at thegroup's dancere- Centennial ard of Snohomish and friends, Mr. and Mrs. 1 p.m" Wednesday, De- cently at the Maltby Steve Clason of Bothell. ****** cember 11. Community Hall. Silk-Sift FI0Ur-00 $1.8 9 D,scounf At Larry s Oranges Large-Sweet 6Lbs. $1 Grapefruit ,,k , ,, 49c Discounf Af Larry's 3, in Snohomish for Hubert J. Benham of Maltby. Mr. and Mrs. KennyJohnson. The Johnson family, Mr. Benham died November 29, at hls home. with their two Vicsla dogs planned to bird hunt ****** in the Centrallia area. Members and leaders of the Junior Scouts, ****** Cadets and Brownies will sing Christmas Carols L/C.P.L. Frank O. Clark, with the United on Saturday, December 14. They will meet at States Marines, was home on a twenty day leave Snohomlsh parking lot at 1 o'clock in the after- before leaving for Japan. Frank ts Jeannine noon, with an invitation to all mothers to join Donoghue's brother While here he also visited the singing group. After the singing of carols his father, Frank J. Clark, of South Lake Stevens at Wayne's Village Inn, the next stops will be at and other friends and relatives. ****** Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyers, of Oroville, were at the James Jacobsen home last Friday. Mr. Sawyers is Charlene Jacobsen's father. A visitor at the Bill McReynolds home last weekend was Ida Fogg, who drove up from her home in Los Angeles. Ida was a bridesmaid Maltby Community Club met Friday, Decem- at the wedding of Beth and Bill McReynolds in her 6, with sixteen members and several child- 1958 at the Methodist Church in Seattle ren present. President Ed Conkling and of- ficers, Synthia Tschernich and Joan Conkling. 'Christmas Watkins were tn charge of the business meeting. Bill Bergy, a representative of C.M.C. Community Development Council, was guest speaker. He Car01  Play Rite Held discussed the area planning for recreation, es- Funeral services for pecially horse and walking trails, of interest Set Dec 20 Martha M. Watkins, 72, to the late George Vincent, active In C.M.C. who died December 3 Citizens interested in the basic planning will be St. Mary's Parish will after a brief illness, Rutabag0es Turnips ,,b, 49c Lge. 12 oz. 49 Reg. JTree Sweet Orange 2/49 Fishers Pancake Mix,,. 33c Sunny Jim Syrup ,. 33 Herf Corn Beef Tin 49c --, Fresh: Properly Trimmed Por--"-'--------- -"-- ----'--- "-'----'-'-" __'ork . Stea k ,b. 53 Tr; It-- tone Cu%d Beef : Bacon Lb. 89 ~_ Thinking of FRESH TURKEY or Top Quality Smoked Meats? We are taking CHRISTMAS orders now. Fresh W. 8. Chickens Stewing -Chickens Lb. 19  ThriFf' S/iced Fine For Seasoning or Breakfast Bacon ,b. 49 Del Monte 303 Green Beans 4/89 Del Monte Fancy 303 'eas 4/89 Del Monte 303 Cream Corn 4/89 DeJ Monte 303 Pineapple ,a,,, 4/89 Del Monte 303 Fruit Cock:. 2/49 Snow 35 Reg. Tin Mist Shrimp (u[-tite San. Bags Reg. 35 25 i Red Rose Tea Bags 4,,, 59J New Crop Raisins  b,. 691 Nab,sco Appeteasers 391 _M.J.B. {!b"tin 69 2 lb. tin $1.3 Favorite z ,b tin $13; Coffee 3 Ib tin $19 10 oz. instant $1.39 Born May 5, 1880 in Bob wrightJr., thenew , Lyda Hoggarth arrived home by train last Fri- Germany, Mrs. Sabin caller, was given a : clay, after a two months vacation, visiting relatives moved to Millbank, warm welcome by the and friends in Nebraska and North Dakota. North Dakota. She and Circle M's and their ****** her husband farmed in guests who anticipate a The Maltby Boosters held their second meeting the Anamoose, North lively and active year. Wednesday evening December 4 at the fire hall. Dakota, area for 37 Square dance lessons Business on the agenda was the selection of years before retiring will begin soon. Those members to serve on various committees for the in 1944 and moving to wishing information next St. Patrick's Day Parade. The next meeting the Monroe area. may call 794-7817. will be January 8. Wally Stocker hopes for a Her husband preceded better turnout of local folks. ****** her in death In 1954 ten. Survivors are a son, Services were held Doreen Johnson, girl scout leader with organ- George Sabtn of North Wednesday in the chapel lzer, Marilyn Molitor, invested eleven glrl scouts Madison Street; a half- of Purdy and Kerr Fun- at a fly-up and Candlelight ceremony at Maltby sister, Mrs. J.G. Web- eral Home with inter- School last Thursday afternoon. ****** her of Hamilton, Mort- ment following in the tana; one grandson and Monroe Odd Fellows Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson were in Cen- three great-grandchild- Cemetery.