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December 21, 1977

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December 21, 1977, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Five Services Held For John R. Armstrong Graveside services were held Saturday, Dec. 17 in Cypress Lawn Cemetery for John R. Armstrong, of Mon- roe. He was born Aug. 14, 1906 in Monroe. He died at the age of 71, Dec. 15, at Valley General Hospital. He leaves his wife, Flor- ence; son, Loren of Lynn- wood; daughter, Mrs. Frank (Maxine) Schimicci of Con- necticut; sisters, Mrs. Paul (Marguerite) Graden and LaVerne Zierman, both of Monroe, Irene Donaldson of Sultan; brothers, Melvin of Monroe and Bert of Camano Island; and eight grand- children. Arrangements were under the direction of Purdy and Kerr Funeral Home, Mon- roe. Services Held For Lula F. Sherman MAYOR GRACE Kirwan, after directing the city Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, crews to erect a bus stop sign at Union Park on E. Dec. 21 (today) for Lula F. Main St., talked over the new Sno-Co. public Sherman of Rt. 6, Snohom- transit system, which is being financed by local ish, at Purdy and Kerr Chap- taxpayers, with Ed Howell, marketing/customer el, Monroe. relations supervisor. Bus transportation from Monroe to Everett will start Jan. 3. The public transit system will be using foreign-made 16-pas- senger mini buses. She died Dec. 17 at the age of 77 following a brief illness. She leaves her husband, Floyd St., sons, Charles F. of California, Floyd H. Jr. of Snohomish, Walter L. of Sul- tan, Harry of Mountlake Terrace, Ted of Monroe, Ed- eall or bring your ward R. of' Arizona; one daughter, Mrs. Louise i French of Sultan; 24 grand- Women 's Poe news in ~ children, seven great-grand- on Fridays, I children. The Rev. George Kopper will officiate. Interment will l be at Floral Hills Cemetery, Monroe Momtor--" 794" 71 1 6 ~ Alderwood Manor. James and Kimberly McKenzie of Snohomish became the parents of a baby girl on Dec. 7 at Valley General Hospital, Monroe. The baby, named Amy Noel, weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce. Martin and Linda Boyle of Monroe became the parents of a baby girl on Dec. 15 at Valley General Hospital, Monroe. The baby, named Colleen Elizabeth, weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces. *** Jerome and Carol Arndt of Monroe became the parents of a baby boy on Dec. 16 at Valley General Hospital, Monroe. The baby, named Wayne Howard, weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Services Held For Willis F. Jimmieum ,Funeral services were held Thursday, Dec. 15 at Purdy and Kerr Chapel for Willis F. Kimmicum, 54 of Monroe. He died Dec. 11 following a brief illness. He was born Sept. 6, 1923 in Monroe. He leaves a number of nieces and nephews. Father Michael Ryan offic- iated with interment in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Boys/Girls Basketball 9th Grade - Coaches: Boys, Lee Ottini. Girls, Barbara Strecker. Game times, 3:45, unless otherwise noted. When boys and girls pi.ay together boys game is first. Dec. 15, Cascade (B) 3:45 Dec. 1S, Marysviile (G) :00 ) Jan. 5, Mariner (B) 3:45 Jan. S, Arlington (G) 5:00 Jan. 10, At Lake Stevens (B & G) Jan. 12, Lakewood (B & G) Jan. 19, At Stanwood (B & G) Jan. 26, At Arlington (B & G) Jan. 31, At Mariner (B) 4:15 Jan. 31, At Lakewood (G) 5:00 Feb. 2, At Cascade (B) 4:15 Feb. 2, At Marysville (G) 3:45 8th Grade Boys - Coach: Gordon Sherling. Game times, 3:45, unless otherwise noted. Dec. Jan. Jan. 21, Olympic View 4, At Marysville 11, Divisional Crossover n o m o re OU appropriate | MONROE BEARCATS' Joe Dick- Friday's game. A flurry of baskets inson attempts to outmaneuver an late in the game failed to net the unidentified Arlington Eagle in last Bearcats the points needed to make up a first quarter loss. Sheriff Dodge Plans for the developmentScharf and his father, Irv of the Snohomish County Scharf, Monr6e assistant fire Sheriff's Department werechief. On Dec. 28 V:ncc Smith will aired before the Monroe Kiwanis Club last week with Sheriff Robert Dodge as principal speaker. Other guests included Mon- roe Chief of Police D.C. Nau- man and sheriff's Sgt. Jim ~l|llflfl|ll IllfllflflHflll|llll|lll|l|fll||Ull Ilt|ll|l|lllll|linllJJ|ll||l|ll|l||l||l[" o i i i [ Insulated Glass [for all windows[ i old and new - i free estimates i handle the program while on Jan. 4 Don Steffen is the program chairman. Quality 794-8568 Service Fresh Turkeys Are Best! We Have New Pak Salt Herring Fresh Ground U.S.D.A. Choice Steer lbo --Choice Smoked Meats-- Read Cut 2 9 ooo lb. Change of Menu Legs. 29 lb. 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