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Page Ten, Monitor, Monroe, WA., December 16, 1976 Tim by Miekie Henry -- 677-2202 rln The Skykomish old timers get-together last Saturday in Seattle was a huge success with about 60 people in attendance. Among the many people who were present were Mary and John Frost, Mrs. Sundstrom and her two sons, Ruth and Roberta Bishop, Mrs. McCabe and sons Jim and Clyde, Carl Gregor and daughter Sherron, Bob Henry, Merv MacDougal, the Heal Murrays, MarBle Sawyer, Fred and Dorothy Knutson, Elmer and ldabelle Dubuque, one of the Priestly girls, Leatha Webster, Art and Laura Henry, John and Mickie Henry, Harry and Charlotte McCormack, the three Japanese girls who lived in Milltown, Eda Johnston, Bill and Maureen Richardson, Betty and June Hufty, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Huffy, Jr., Jim and Joanne Halloran, Bud Smith and his brother, Bob and Skip Mackner, Wendell Kugel, and Hazel TEmpe. All present really enjoyed visiting and catching up on news and the delicious lunch that followed. Plans were then discusse for a picnic get-together next summer. Skykomish people who attended the wedding of Maureen Sarginson and Ronald Volz on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fay, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Art Henry, now of Snohomish, and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sanger of Leavenworth. The wedding was held at St. Brendan's Catholic Church in Bothell with the reception following at the Mill Creek County Club. The young couple will make their home in Honolulu. Richard P. Flynn, 65, of Eagle Creek, Oregon died Dec. 8 following a brief illness. He was born in North Dakota and moved from Skykomish to Eagle Creek 11 years ago. He is survived by his wife, Helen, at the family home; one daugh- ter, Patricia Fahrnam of Lynnwood; several step-daughters, Geraldine Flynn of Skykomish, Heraldine Javier of Bold Bar, Bettyjean Middleton of Sultan, Jacquelyn Jones of Lynnwood, Gwendolyn Henry of Honolulu, Hawaii, Leina Kennedy of Portland, Oregon; two brothers, Clarence Flynn of Skykomish, Bob Hood of Sacramento; two sisters, Mrs. Doris Patten of Seattle, and Mrs. Margaret Stark- weather of Montana; and a number of grandchildren and step-grandchildren. Services and burial were held in Monroe on Monday under the direction of Purdy and Kerr. Nooks and crannies: When Billie McCleery, former resident and now a retired teacher from the Marysville school system, was in Stratford-on-Avon, England, on a trip Mathematics or not, the total can be more than the sum of the parts. The beauty of her hair, plus the beauty of her eyes, plus the beauty of her skin, etc., are not nearly the e’ ual of the beauty of the girl herself. 441 W. Main, Monroe, WA. 98272 "Serving others as we would wish to be served. • ." ROD SEWELL, Gen. Mgr. Monroe 794-7049 -- Carnation 333-4179 Legal notice AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR EXPENDITURES IN EXCESS OF THE 1976 CITY BUDGET AND DECLARING AN EMER- GENCY. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONROE DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Statement of Purpose. The purpose of this ordinance is to provide additional funds for the Emergency Employment Act Department resulting from emergencies requiring expenditures which could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time of the making of the estimate for the annual budget for 1976. Section 2. The facts constituting the emergency are that the Council recognizes that there are insufficient sums budgeted for 1976 to complete the normal operational expenses for the Emergency Employment Act Department due to the extension of this federal program; and the Council deems it necessary and appropriate that additional appropriations be made from the Current Expense Fund for the Emergency Employment Act Department. $4,863.91 ~URRENTEXPENSEFUND General Government Department Emergency Employment Act 4.165.00 Personal Services 11 Salaries & Wages Personal Benefits 13 Social Security 243.03 Wn. Law Enforce. Retire. 257.27 Disability Insurance31.76 Teamsters Insurance 166.85 Section 3. It is hereby declared that emergencies exist as above stated, which require the expenditure of additional funds not budgeted for 1976, and that funds are or will be available in the Current Expense Fund therefor. Section 4. There is hereby appropriated from the Current Expense Fund for the purpose and in the amount set forth above, the total sum of $4,863.91. The expenditures to be made from Current Expense Fund in the amount above set forth. INTRODUCED at the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Monroe, Washington, on December 8, 1976. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Monroe, Washington, this 8th day of December, 1976. APPROVED by the Mayor this 8th day of December, 1976. CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON Grace Kirwan, Mayor Attest: Betty King, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Carleton Knappe, City Attorney 1st reading: 12-8-76 2nd reading: 12-8-76 Published December 12, 1976 this fall she turned on the television set in her room and heard the program to follow was a documentary on Skykomish! She watched in amazement as scenes of Skyko- mesh were shown plus interviews with Joe Walmer and Mike McCausland. Talk about a small world/ ..... To the skiers utter dismay, there is still no snow on the summit. Remember last year and the floods? This year the Skykomish River is as low as it usually is in August ..... On Sunday, Harold and Oleda Gibson celebrated their wedding anniversary, and having birthdays this week are Dennis Roberts and Lucille McGrath. Pete sez: "l believe every boy, deep in his heart, would rather steal second base than an automobile." A Christmas Gift for someone who has everything -- We can replant them -- we have supplies S DA Members Will Call on Residents lola Sounders of the Sev- enth Day Adventist church wants to advise the residents of Monroe that members of their church, young and old, will be knocking at their door to bring them the latest report of the church's hu- manitarian services. She said inflation has made it necessary to raise larger amounts this year so the church can increase its giv- ing. 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