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December 21, 1977, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Three MHS Slates Alumni Hoop Tourney Come one, come all, make a date, plan ahead of time--to attend the Alumni Basketball Tournament Dec. 30 and 31 in the new Monroe High School gym. The Monroe High School girls and boys basketball teams, in conjunction with the Pep Club, are sponsoring this first annual alumni bas- ketball tournament to raise funds for the school district's athletic programs. Games 1 through 4 will be played Friday, Dec. 30 in the new gym according to the following schedule: Game 1--5 p.m. The class of '74 vs. The Class of '75; Game 2, 6:30 p.m.--The Class of '69-'70 vs. The Class of '73; Game 3, 8 p.m.--The Class of '67-'68 vs. The Class of '76-'77; Game 4, 9:30 p.m.--The "Old Timers" vs. The Class of '71-'72. Round two of the tourna- ment will be played starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 31. Further details of this tournament will be given in the next edition of the Monitor. Relief Availabl Property owners are advis- Destroyed Property Act, ic- ed that they may be eligible cording to County Assessor to claim relief for personal Robert Shaw. and real prope 'ydamage re- For more information on suiting from severe'flooding procedures for claiming re- in several Washington court- lief, contact the county as- ties last week, under thesessor's office at 259-9433. uneraJ ome 441 W. Main, Monroe, WA. 98272 794-7049 "Serving others as we would wish to be served..." ROD SEWELL. Gen. Mgr. TWO VEHICLES stand side by side Damage to the van occurred on its after colliding earlier at Ann St. and lefi front. This was one of two calls i / Highway2 last Friday. According tothe Monroe Fire Department re- _ y . police, the car in the foreground sponded to last week. , pulled out in front of the van. it Christmas Tn' e Grwers I _ Protected by New Law ' ,0 Christmas trees have be- both in the field and en bvSuzan Mvers ......come big business--not only route, to ensure the validity Snohomish County PuDP'UblicInformation'" ~',~on~-(~J~" ~ 7- tome Jegmmate tree grower of their permits. Failure to Handy W00dcutters Kit Keg.S who plants and harvests his have a valid permit couldSmall appliances _ alsoeVergre'enSto the treelikeathiefCrp--bUtwho has bring aand/or fineu Ofto UPonetO $1,000ear,s can use less energy ! 00 When you purchaseeitl r the STIHL P Y than comparable elec- - t, 015L 14 SN Bar & Chain . previously made a good holt- imprisonment.Falsificationtric ranae cookina Bv | 015L 16" SN Bar & Chain C~ day income by stealing truck- or forgery of a permit could .nm--3 ...... F *015AV 16" SN Bar & Chain loads of the trees, raise the penalty to $5,000 New amendments to the and five year'simnrison- Y ...... I! , most energy elvclent state s Specialized Forest ment. cookin- method for Products Act may help cur- No snecial harvestino her- g tail thievery and loss of in- mit is required for the vi tor your needs. come to legitimate tree grow- who only wants to cut a Electric Range Watts " ere. The new law requires single tree for his own use. 8-in. surface unit-1600 anyone harvesting and trine- Only the landowner's per- 6-in. surface unit.1425 ........... porting more than five trees mission is needed for cutting Baking element. 2660 *Rated #1 by a national to have a Specialized Forest up to five trees. It is advis- Broiling element. 3800 consumer pubhcation."" No matter how the thought is expressed, Products Permit. Application able to have that permission Electric frying pan-1425 WOODCUTTERS KIT CONTA!,NS: Extra cutting chain, i r ' ...... must be made to the sheriff in writing. Another solution Toaster - 1050 of the county where the trees would be to visit one of the Electric coffee pot-750 Bar wrench, STIHLoil, 5 wedge, Woodcutting we s nee ely wish you all the lays booklet. Carrying case & STIHLfile.. Christmastime are to be harvested at no many choose and cut " A two slice toaster STIHILs Christmas Special Available at charge to the applicant be- Christmas tree, cut on _has a hi "h watta e of. ]],! IIII'I AB' LgNGGRERcSUP;LIIES I e--ll 1 fore cutting begins. The per- Enforcement is princinallv .... Ig . . g.. = - IUDU, DUI Ioastln O n mit must be signed by the designed down the '. fl )llll[ll arls ,, oreaa =n an oven landowner and the harvester so-called tree hijackers " " " AW WOUla require more and returned to the sheriffs who steal bales of trees left n u" sRud'hn" office for validation, along roadsides by levitt- than twice the energy. Both state and private lands mate tree growers and then The electric frying pan . The world's largest selling chain saw.l ! InL are affected by the new law sell them on big-city lots. (1425 watts)uses less 1 l -l-I .1 ./-a,, and it is being enforced not The additional cost of en- energy than compar- ll]lltJI]ln Offerends 12/31/77 ...... only by the sheriff s, the forcement is subsidized in able cooking on the 8- state patrol and municipal part by the Christmas tree inch surface unit(1600 626 E. Main St. Monroe police forces, but by repre- grower s association. In ad- watts). In choosing be- sentatives of the Department dition to traditional patrol ve- tween using your = of Natural Resources and hicles, four-wheel drive units electric frying pan or Game. Tree haulers are spot-and a small airplane are used oven, unless you bake~ ~ I1~#~~~~ ~~A~ j/ ~1~! checked at various locations, for spotting activities in re- several foods at one tt.l' mote locations, time, it is still more energy efficient to Services Held For Ralph Wagner cook in your electric frying pan It saves energy ,o use me flee resident of Reedsport since rives him along with their ....... " 1948 died in Wickenburg, four children, Donna Fawcett tnc covme pot rather Arizona, December S, 1977. of Myrtle Point, Velta Stev- than the 6-inch Mr. Wagner was instru- ens Brookings, Duane of surface unit (1425 mental in getting together Vacaville, Calif. and Merlin watts); however, avoid dB gD the first plans for a hospital of Oceanside, Calif. He also the "on all day coffee- in Reedsport and sewed on leaves a brother, Bill Wag- warmer syndrome," theLowerUmpquaHospitalnerofMonroe, Washington; storeyourextracoffee Re arn No. , -K n Board for many years, twelve twenty grandchildren and in a thermos bottle. of them as treasurer. He was three grandchildren. also apast Master and active - " H ghwa 2 & Ann St. 794- 7829 Me n roe member of the Winchester .. Bay Grange, the Good Sam I .......... . - I o .- Presented by Ntonroe's ~ ~ I~~~ ~~ __~~ ~ ~ Club, .nd the Sen,or Cltl-I ~'x_.~., / zen's Club of which he was a [ Bethel Church J past president J GHUICH' 40s w. Main St., MonroeI After many years working J CHRISTMAS EVE J as a millwright for Long Bell ] 7:15 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Traditional Christmas Music 1 Company and later in the I...featuring "Joyto the World and other traditionalI same plant for International [Christmas music. J Paper Company he retired [ .... p.m.- Classical Christmas Music l and spent the ensuing years featurt . " I. .featuring compositions by Cluck, Mozart, Bond,[ ij ir Homogen,zeds 1,s gal. l( ll enburg, Arizona where ser-I CHRISTMAS DAY | (with gas purchase el" gal.) vices were held for him on, 3:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m. - Traditional Chrislmas Music . Irl - - December 7, 1977 ,, " r .... . , . J "'Silent Night, Holy Night and other t adi- I ttf I tional Christmas music. I 2 % - s 128 gal. wagner was Darn m hn mas mustc Black Duck, Minnesota on [ 3:30 p.m.-3.'45 p.m. - Selected Hawaiian Melodies [ Marchle, 1906 and moved to [ 3:45 p.m.-4:OO p.m. - Classical Christmas Music | llmlmm Washington state usa child. I ring coml~ositions by Handel, Bach, Mendel-I (wffh" gas purchase, s 1 ss gal.) On May 9, 1931 in Yakima, I ssohn. Vanf/er C!zevo & at, ,ere. - " Washington, he was marfiedv Jl " BETHEL CHURCH I '|l pp= ng Cream Homogenized- 69' -gal. 2% - 67' -gal. a eyr~,_._~.__ UNITEDMETHODISTCHURCH Rev. H.M. Cering. 794-77081 , - , ,- 4 s-1 20 Sour Cream - 35' -pt., 68' pt. ! Rev. E. VincentSmith 1405W. MainStreet Buttermilk- 30' qt. Skim Milk- 29' qt. bl lU/I,I I II~ll~'Ik, tlL~ly Family Worship, 10 a ..... rn Sunday/Church School, 9'45 a m ~' Followed by Church School Evening Worship, 6p.m. ] ~ ) Y2-pt., / ' FAITH CENTER 338 S. Lewis, 794-8863 Wed. Family Night, 7 p.m. ] I!1 ~~0~00 ~ . .~_ __ ~ ~'~~, Rev. AI Stivala, 334-5959 FIRSTCONcREGATIoNAL MONROE ' Church 794-8598 CHURCH FIRS T BAPTIS T CHURCH . ~' .~'.".. "~(. " I; Corner Lewis & McDou~al Larry S. Baker, Interim Pastor Pastor Dale Church, 794-8044 I Sun cj45 a m 630 p m Lewis & McDougal Streets Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.I i " " .f' .....Wed'Family Nibht. o ,7n'm'~. . Mornn Worshipand Morning Worsh p, 11am. . Church S~c~hool, 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. MONROE - 1-329-8647 Wed" Evening Prayer' 7 p'm' t ~ c Departm COMMUNITY CHAPEL ~ 17922 149th (Hospital Rd.) ! Pastor Alan Starling, 794-4302 MONROE , ~[~~i~I''':" Sunday School 9:45 a.m. SEVENTHDAYADVENTIST Morning Worship 11 a.m. CHURCH Bread from Monroe Home Bakery Iit' Sunday Eve. Bible Study 7 p.m. Pastor Roger Wor ey II tt~ Wed. Family Night Sabbath School 9:15a.m. at the Church 7p.m. Church, llam ..... :: .... ~ WHITE Or WHEAT Regular, 59.9' gal. 235-15 Old Owen Rd. 794-4440 Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. .... A -D i ati " Community Service Center |11J ~SH.PastorMorninglndependentEastSundayBAPTIST CHURCH G.T.county Worship,tVlrrisn School,Senir FundamentaIVALLEY 101-1 Center 794-4009 a a.m.m " Pastor Sunday 202 COVENANT EVANGELICAL s.TUesdayS'Dean Same SchooI,DraY'st'CHURCH 9:4510-3 Monroe 794-6906 a.m. ~~~-. .... "..... .... ' Self-Service Gas / Evenino Worshin 7 n m Morn ng Worship Service It r~ ~ r- - ::: :....:::.Y ~!~::::::~:::::;:;x::"i'(!"i.-... Thursday Night Prayer, 7 p.m. -~, . 11. a,.m.. ~ . New bus added to bus ~nursoay, M,awee~_ berv,ces, ministry (call for transpor.) 7 p.m.