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December 16. 1976, Monitor. Monroe. WA.. Page Five I Monroe Scholar Serves on UI Advisory Council L. Harvey Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson 301 S. Ferry, Monroe, serves as a member of the Univer- sity of Idaho at Moscow Engineering Student Advi- i sory Council, according to Rod Showalter, chairman. The committee has asked that engineering students have more opportunities for training in business and report writing, Showalter said. National requirements for course work almost elimi- nate time for electives in most engineering majors, he said. He indicated the advisory council is also working on suggestions for some busi- ness-oriented courses which could count toward a degree. The student advisory coun- cil has begun planning for Engineering Week, to be held in the Idaho Student Union Building next spring. !~iii iii i i MOVING ALONG--After being stalled for more according to Ross Godard, hospital administrator. , Monroe School than a month because of bid returns which were The patient area of the addition should be ready overbudget, work on Valley General s new $2 for occupancy sometime in June 1977, he Lunch Menu Set million acute care wing is progressing rapidly,reported. .. i The lunch menu for the Monroe School District for the week of Dec. 20-24 has been set. The menu is as follows: Monday, Dec. 20, Straw hats, buttered carrots, bread | ...... ~~~,'~,~'~ ....... I Airman Dona d . , mander of the unit, says and butter, coco-berry cake, = ..... ~ ~_~,v~.=~.=uu~u. I whose mother is Maxine A. there are still a few openings milk. Call 794-7564 or Duvall 743-7659. "Johnson of Monroe, has for qualified individua!sTuesday, Dec. 21, Tomato been selected for technical within the detachment s soup, bologna sandwich, training at Sheppard AFB, We Handle Insurance C/aims for Auto & Home Tex., in the Air Force medi- cal service field. The airman recently com- pleted basic training at Lack- land AFB, Tex., and studied the Air Force mission, or- ganization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Airman Johnson attended Monroe High School. Susanna Wickizer of Mon- roe was recently promoted to Sergeant in the Army Re- serve. Sift. Wickizer, a 1972 grad- uate of Monroe High School, serves as a communications center specialist with the 6008th Civil Preparedness Sup'poi't Detachment head- quartered at the Federal Regional Center near Bothell. A member of the 6008th for seven months, Sgt. Wickizer has displayed exemplary be- havior and qualities of lea- dership which merited her promotion. Captain Richard Deir, Com- FOR YOUR HAPPY HO'LIDAY Mirror & Shower doors, Tub Enclosures Screens for Windows & Patio Doors - Insulated Glass & Storm Windows FREE ESTIMATES The Original "Old Faithful" Boneless Hem - First Quality Luncheon Meats Fresh Broad-Breast Turkeys - Bulk Sausage Cube Steak Fresh Ground No Sinew - No Waste All Beef Coun,ry Sty,, GROUND Our Own Grind BEEF lb. t, Round Steak "a[ SNOWDRIFT 3 LB. TIN m NU SOFT Hubbard SQUASH fresh cut lb. 1 LB. CUBES BE]'TY CROCKER 22 OZ. Pie Crust communications section. Interested persons should call Sft. First Class Jan Hutchinson at 259-1711. Navy Gunner's Mate Tech- nician Second Class Randy A. Hoople, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hoople of 9425 56th, Snohomish, re- cently participated in Exer- cise "Readiex 2-77" off the Southern California coast. He is a crewmember aboard the destroyer USS Hewitt, homeported in San Diego. He was one of more than 10,000 men taking, part in the seven-day exerose, which included 18 ships and 100 aircraft. Navy ships and air- craft squadron were joined by a Canadian aircraft squadron to test and evalu- ate current tactical plans and provide essential training for fleet units. He joined the Navy in July 1972. lb. Waste Free Rotisserie Style ALL FLAVORS LOMA LINDA MINUTE KRAFT 101/2 OZ. Miniature BLUE MOUNTAIN 15 OZ, or Super Meat Stew, Chicken Liver ,,IIEZZ]UliBO:Z]BBI G00d at Larry's .. 2 POUND WITH COUPON without coupon $4.58 CASH VALUE 1/20 OF 1 n"n Ilexplres 12/19/76 BliSS[ celery with peanut butter, fruit cup, milk. Wednesday, Dec. 22, En- chilada casserole, buttered corn, pear cold slaw salad, 1/2 slice bread and butter, pea- nut butter cake, milk. Thursday, Dec. 23, Meat and gravy on whipped pota- toes, green beans, bread and butter, pudding, milk. Friday, Dec. 24, No school. Christmas vacation. Oriiinator of Jet Pumps !Get the facttl / in shell lb. new crop lb. Margarine, Full Cut Swiss Them or Pan-Fry 200 COUNT 15 OZ. FACIAL FREE PHONE: 794.8404 64 OZ. ALL FLAVORS 8 OZ. onroe (Continued from page 3) ,a~ A A A AA~I~ ~ ~A A A A A A A A A AAI~ A AAA -I~AAAAAA-Ah AA A AA AA m .~-.~ THE FRIENDLY FOLKS at B & E HARDWARE, 120 W. Main in Monroe, were on hand recently to visit with the Christmas couple and to show oft the newest member of the Bump clan, Kelli. Wishing everyone a joyful holiday season are Georgene Bump, Cheryl Eastman, Bill Bump with little Kelli, and Diane Bump. At B & E, you'll find a large selection of gift items. The telephone number is 794-8449. '~vv vvv vv ,v,v v vv~s,- v v v v-vvv v v v v v v vv v vvvvvvv v'~ vv 'v ..... ", ., .......... RED AND WHITE are most becoming on our Miss Merry Christmas, but there are times when something a little more formal suits the occasion. That's why Santa and his girl stopped by MILADY'S FROCK SHOP, 108 W. Main St., Monroe. Mrs. Grace Kirwan is showing the Christmas Couple a floor length skirt and blouse outfit by Ship 'n Shore. MILADYs carries pant suits and separates by Jantzen, Graft, Alex Colman, Loubella and Davis, jewelry by Trifari, Vera scarves, St. Thomas and a complete line of accessory items. They will be open week nights until Christmas. Mrs. Kirwan and her staff have some great ideas for the gentleman doing his Christmas shopping. They also offer free gift wrapping. (Continued on page 7) ,-VVVVVv v vv v vv"v vv'v" v vvv vv v v vv vv'~w vv v v v~ v v vv v v Heating accounts for over half of all the energy you use in your home. Use less heating energy, pay less money: It's as simple as that. It pays you to conserve. Installing insulation is the best way to conserve heat. Insulate ceilings, walls, floors and heating ducts. your thermostat back at night or when you are away as your system allows. Keep your heating system clean. Vacuum baseboard units. Clean or change forced air system filters. Don't block heat flow with doors, drapes, or furniture. Don't keep changing the thermostat setting. Find a single most comfortable setting and leave it there. Remember that each degree above 70 adds about 3% to your heating cost and each degree below 70 saves about 3%. Set - You'll also be helping us, because conservation is a vital part of our plans for your future power supply. .- : ,', : e - Jl Ill ill iIk'.l Itlilll ill Your PUD encourages you to save. It pays.