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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Dec. 18, 1975 I I rOf interest to... "by Nellie Robertson Monroe Area A live outdoor Nativity scene will be staged for area residents from 7 to 9 p.m., Sunday and Monday, December + C0rne Celebrate 21 and 22 at the Nazarene Church, 322 W. Main. Church members and friends will be statuesque charac- lit CHRISTMAS ters in astable filled with hay and live animals. Music and scriptural readings will enhance the setting. j [ K,,,. Snohomish First The community is invited to drive or walk by the scene I Presbyterian Church on the church lawn. I 13th & Lakeview near . . - , ,rm- " Blackman Lake sT Christian Reform Church ! ] /W Sunday Dec 21 Sets Christmas Service [ JJJlJ' 9:30 a.m. a/nd 11:30 a.m. The Sunday School of the Christian Reform Church will ii~!! i / Christmas Wrship Celebratin' present the Christmas prgram at 11:15 n Sunday' Decem" [ "DISCOVER THE NEW JOY" ber 21, then in the evening, as part ofthe worship service at 7:30 p.m., the choir will present a carol sing with the con- [ by Pastor Robinson gregation joining in on some of the more familiar songs. The 10 a.m. services on Christmas day will feature tra- SOMETHING VERY special happened to Mr. and far. From left to right are Gary, recent veteran of 19:30 a.m. Sunday Church School g ditional songs in the Dutch language sung by members of Merle Smith of Monroe last Sunday as their the United StatesArmy, Gail, Western Washing- /7:30 p.m.3 Choirs Christmas Concert the church who still speak the native language, youngsters surprised them with a 25th wedding ton State University sophomore, Dorothy and / Dec. 24, Christmas Eve " anniversary celebration. The Smiths, prominentMerle, and Diane, a public schools speech thera- it | 11 p.m. Coral &Candlelight'Service Two Choirs Hold Program members of the Monroe business community, pist. Pastors A Christmas eve candle- Wednesday, December 24 fed- were greeted by a host offrlends from near and -- nant Church at 11 p.m., Kenneth Robinson - Thomas Salmon light service and cantata will turing the combined choirs of be held at the Monroe Cove- the Covenant Church and the Valley Choir of Sultan. They Scharfs are Grandparents will perform John Peterson s "Love Transcending with a traditional candlelighting ser- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scharf being born on December 9 in vice following. The church is are new grandparents with Park!and south of Tacoma. located at 200 S. Sums Street. grandson Paul Christian. FurthFurthLeannePaUl SwhoParentSscharfcoordinatesare andthe thefrmerphiliPaid I units for Good Samaritan Hos- pital in Puyallup. I~tE s;oMr~l~ K~ wmde II ~~. .!! .-i:::~:. Birthday Long Gowns on all and Price Good ONLY BETWEEN 6 & 8 p.m. Dec. 17, 18, 19 & 22 Main & Lewis Monroe 794-8141 Pajamas Celebrated Pamela Hoberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hoberg, celebrated her seventh birth- day with twelve of her class- mates from Monroe Christian School and other friends. Betty, the clown assisted children with games and birthday cake, looking like a snowman was served along with ice cream. Lovely Christmas Gifts Tree Ornaments Supplies Custom Work 01d Safeway Center Sn0h0mish 568-7411 \ 90-016 \ 8o-o1 Sizes sis00 Sizes $13.00 32- 40 34- 40 Asso:ed Colors ..... i Shevelva TOM AND SHIRLEY Trombley were honored at their silver wedding anniversary last Sunday afternoon at Swiss Hall. Many friends and relatives attended the affair, arranged by the couple's children. Crusader Choir Sings The Crusader Choir of Monroe's First Baptist Church under the direction of Ralph W. Littlefield will perform John Peterson's latest Christ- mas cantata, "Christ is Born" at the 11 a.m. worship service December 21 and as a special Christmas Eve offering at 7 p.m. December 24. The public is cordially invited to attend. ECC Sets Regi ati str on i Wtnter quarter reg= tstratton dates at Ev- erett Community Col- ege were announced by Registrar MarJorie Nielsen. Returning day stu- idents and all matricu- !lated evening; students If you were 65 right now, themaximuml[ ~ J' IFIRST MUTUAL I First Mutual, any account -- passbook or II , wtll register, by ap- Social Security you could collect would certificate -- can be made to fit your IRA pointment only onDe- be $340 a month. Chances are, you plan. And at'First Mutual, your account oember 3. A ppoint- would get less, and, whileit'struethatby is safe, it earns high interest and it's the time you retire Social Security there when you retire, merits may be made benefits will probably go up, so will For more information, stop by any by paying a $15 regis- everything else. First Mutual office. Or send us the tratton deposit in the Now, if you don't have a retirement coupon below. We'll get free IRA !college business of- _ plan other than Social Security, this can information out to you quickly. Do it floe. be disquieting news. We have an now. It's important, because Social New day students will alternative: a First Mutual Individual Security just won't be enough, register, by aplx)int- Retirement Account (IRA). Our IRA First Mutual Savings Bank -for your ment only, on Decem= allows you to put up to $1,500 a year peace of mind. !ber 9. Thosewho apply away in a tax sheltered account that will for admission by De- supplement your Social Security. At !cember 5 will be as- rlllllllll'llllllllllllllllllllllI signed a registration i appointment. Please send me free information on First l i Applications for ad- l Mutual's Individual Retirement Account l mission are being ac- i Name .................................................................... l itrar's office. Appli- Address 1 , I .................................. : ............................ icants pay the $15 reg- Itstratton deposit and a LSAVI City ...................................... zip ....................... l $5 records fee. Mail or bring to" First Mutual Savings Bank ' J !will" Openbegin Decemberregistration13 II 102 West Main Monroe 98272 II and will continue De- 794-8686 n oember 15-19, 29-31, iand January 5-9. No lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllln appointments or reg- Istration depostt~ are OPEN 10 to 6 WEEKDAYS Savings Insured to $40,000 by F.D.I.C. required for open reg- tstration, t