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w MR. AND MRS ROBERT SEVY (Crown Studio Portrait) Newlyweds To Make Home In Sun Valley Sun Valley, Idaho is the new home of Miss Janice Marie Lawler and Robert John Sew, married December 16 in an evening ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church'in Snohomish. The couple's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lawler of 13603 163rd Avenue S.E., Snohom- ish, and Mrs. Jane Sevy and the late J. L. Sevy Of 828 North Sunrise Twin Falls, Idaho. Given in marriage by her father the bride was attended by her sister Cathy as maid of honor with another sister, Mary, and Mrs. Debe Bingham as bridesmaids. The candles were lighted by Hope Hen- dricks and Elaine Payne with the bride's cousin, Sally Ann Johnson as junior bridesmaid. Jay Sevy, brother of the groom, served as best man with Gary Swanson, John Bingham, and brothers of the bride, John and Jim Law- ler ushering. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the parish hall after which the couple left for their honeymoon in Sun Valley. The new Mrs. Sevy is a graduate of Sno- homish High School and College of Idaho. He is a graduate of College of Idaho and is em- ployed in the outfitting and guide business in Idaho. Happy New Year and Happy Daysl PAT'S CHEVRON Hwy 2 Monroe 794 -8525 Forest Serv/(ce To Hold Davis Picked Alpine lakes Meetings Rod & Gun The Forest Service will conduct a President series of public meetings next month to explain management alternatives de~,eloped for Washington's Alpine Lakes area by a special studyteam. The first meeting will be held Jan- uary 24 in Seattle at Eames Theater in Pacific Science Center. Other meetings are scheduled for Wenatchee, Cle Elum, Leavenworth, Skykomish and North Bend. All meetings will begin at 8 p.m. ac- cording to Don Campbell, Sno- qualmie National Forest Super- visor. The meetings will deal with a Forest Service land use study that has been completed for 1.2 million- acre tract of scenic high country that stretches from NorthBend andSky- komish on the west to Leavenworth and Blewett Pass on the east. Included in the study area is Wash- ington's Alpine Lakes area which has been proposed by several conserva- tion groups for federal designa- tion as a wilderness Campbell said. The Alpine Lakes area lies within two national forests--the Snoqual- mie and the Wenatchee. It includes numerous alpine lakes and meadows, rugged granite peaks, and sweeping forests. The meetings will not be hear- ings--their purpose is to make public three management alter- natives for the area and to ex- plain how the study team arrived at the alternatives, Campbell said. Each of the alternattves drawn by the study team includes proposals for designation of an Alpine Lakes Wilderness. But the size of pro- posed wilderness varies in each alternative, depending on the type of recreational and commercial act- ivity that might be stressed in man- agement of surrounding Forest Ser- vice lands. Booklets explaining the alterna- tives and offering response forms will be distributed at the meetings. Written public response to the three alternatives will be requested during a one-month period ending March 1. The written response will help de- termine a formal Forest Service proposal for an Alpine Lakes Wild- erness that will be submitted to Congress Campbell said. 3iA meeting will be held January at Skyk0mish High School gym- masium and North Bend Elementary School. Chuck Davis was elected president at a recent meeting of the Monroe Rod and Gun Club for 1973. Other officers for the new year areHar- old St. Peter, secre- tary and Livto Ottini, treasurer. A weekend steelhead fishing derby is slated for December 30 and 31, weather permit- ting. An alternative date of January 6 and 7 has been established should the event be postponed. Club members are reminded to bring their horns to the next meeting for a con- test. 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It is a new t/me, full of promise and hope. ~k 6EnERAL TELEPHONE May fate route all good things your way in '73. VALLEY FARM EQUIPMENT, INC 221 S. Lewis 794-7253 It holds much promise. Good luck to you. Monroe Bowl Eostgate & Main St. 794-7473 In the spirit of the season, sincere wishes for a Happy New Year. WA. Pa~e Five Day's Upholstery & Furniture III E. Main, Monroe 794-8039 MUST SELL BEFORE 1st OF YEAR 1970 Series 1100 International Pick-up V8, Hydromattc, Split Rim 700x16 Tires, Heavy Duty S r,ng Shocks. $1799.00 1972 VEGA STATION WAGON Sharp, Big Engine 4 Speed, Radio $1985.78 1967 RAMBLER 2 Door Hardtop, V8 Automatic, Power Steering, Good Gas Mileage $742.95 1970 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4 Door, Hardtop, Clean & Actual Miles $1174.03 I 1"970 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER Bright Orange, Black Vinyl Top 4 Speed, Sharp $1399.00 1972 VEGA FASTBACK Landau Top, Big Engine 4 Speed, Very Clean $1963.07 1960 CHEVROLET VAN Good Shape $293.14 COLLINS CHEVROLET W. Main Monroe 794-7600 I r and pledge our best service and con- tinued response for your demands in '73. Your PUD is concerned about the quality of your life. The good life is electric. i We We care about meeting your demands for electric service. And we try to be prompt and thorough in our response to your requests. As we close 1972, we thank you for your cooperation. Certainly, having our customer-owners' acceptance and sup- port has encouraged us greatly. And so we wish you a happy new year 4 q