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Page 2 NEWS-PRESS NATIONAL W, KSK Joint work party of Jaycees and Lions on the Community Hall. i i The Jaycees in action working on the Community Park. i The Jaycees and the Chamber teamed up with a ways and means project to raise funds for community improvement. LA KE S TE VENS JAYCEE OFFICERS President ...... '. ............... Sam Steadman State Director ................... Larry Loth Internal V.P ..................... !Parker Fowlds External V.P .................... Dave Johnson Secretary ...................... Pat Crowley Treasurer ...................... Bruce Landre Director ....................... Glenn Tuininga Director ....................... Steve Thorsen Director ....................... Barry Wilson Past President ................... Larry Loth January 21, 1971 LA KE STEVENS JAYCEE MEMBERS Harold Beck Skip Beck Gordy Blacken Burton Burghduff Arthur Collins Bill Cornish Pat Crowley Mike Davidson Charles Donaldson Bill Dettrich Del Edeen Douglas Eklund Parker Fowlds Jerry Gooding Pat Haight David G. Johnson David L. Johnson Keith Johnson Jim Keltner Eddie Landert Bruce Landre Tom Landre Bob Larson John Loth Laurance Loth Larry Loth John Loth Gary McDaniel Bob Neatherlin Don Parrish Wendell Posey Dave Pugsley Ferris Pugsley Joe Rogge Harold Ronnestad Dwight Sexton Dave Shillingford Eldon Slade Randy Shipley Ernest Steadman Sam Steadman Allen Taylor Steve Thorsen Gene Tipping Glenn Tuininga Richard Wade Dave Watt Dick Whitaker Barry Wilson Judd Schwarzmiller Dick Wilson Recap of Jaycee Activities The Lake Stevens Jaycees have had a busy and exciting year. Starting with their first annual Easter Egg Hunt Marcia 29, 1970. Hundreds of children came to search for the many eggs which had been hidden. Easter Baskets were given to the children with the most eggs and the grand prize was a bicycle. The Jaycees have also been active in the Junior Athletic Association. Several of their members managed, coached, or umpired Little League Football and Baseball games. The Jaycees also sp,.onsored the Junior Athletic Dance, raising over $1000 for the association. Over the past year, the Jaycees have donated untold hours, and many dollars, to Clubs, Inc., whose main purpose is to maintain one of the finest Community Hall in the state. Community projects the Jaycees have been active in this ar are Community Park, dney Foundation, Aqua Fest, and Blood Bank. Through the Jaycees concern and efforts the Lake Stevens Blood Bank is-- coming out of the red. Another first for the Jaycees this year was the Spook House, which was enjoyed by the youth and a huge success for the Jaycess. During Thanksgiving weekend they held their annual Junior Miss Pageant, naming Dora Bean as the Lake Stevens Junior Miss for 1970-71. During the Christmas season they donated baskets for needy families. The' Jaycees also provided a Santa Claus giving candy to the youth of the community. To climax the holiday season they held their annualcommunity New Year's Eve dance. In Jaycee activities they hosted a Regional Presidents' meeting, had two local members serve as regional officers. Attended all region and state meetings. Internally taking a very active part in SPOKE, Spark-plug, Speak-up, and many other Jaycee leadership projects. At their last Board of Directors' meeting the Jaycees had Bob Larson, Business Manager for the Lake Stevens School District, give a presentation on the upcoming school levy. The board showed an honest concern and will take the school levy to the general membership. This is just one more example of how they are working hard to make Lake Stevens a better place in which to live. Currently the Lake Stevens Jaycees are rated as one of the better Jaycee Chapters in the State. With over 50 members, they are an active, outstanding Jaycee chapter. Yes, the Jaycees have had a busy year and will climax Jaycee Week with their annual Bosses' Nijght. This has also been an enjoyable year and one that has served the Jaycee purpose of making their community a better place to live. A picture worth 1000 words as the Jaycees support the Junior Athletic Association. The helping hands of the concerned young men of the community joined together to form the Jaycees. An organization dedicted to the betterment of your commu- nity and interest in its welfare through service. The Jay- cees not only give these young men a chance to help others, but at the same time develop leadership abilities through community service. We are proud of these young men and their contributions, for they are truly our leaders of tomorrow. THE IGLOO Bill and Mickie Heuer 334-1441 EVERETT TRUST &,SAVINGS BANK Lake Stevens Branch 334-5011 East Branch D. A. DURYEE & CO. Frontier Village Branch 334-5051 "Congratulations and a Sincere Wish for Success" BILL'S PHARMACY Downtown Lake Stevens 334-2777 EVERETT TRUST & SAVINGS BANK 334-1021 LAKE STEVENS NEWS Elaine Stout - Editor Compliments MITCHELL'S LAKE STEVENS PHARMACY Frontier Village 334-2100 Robe Notes- By Mikell Callalmn If its not one piece of weather its another. The substantial amount of snow melted (was washed away!) virtually overnight. It was replaced by the relative warmth of 50 degree Saturday afternoon. The river was up, the steelhead fishing was down. And then came the wind late Saturday evening, causing, if; my count is correct, our 3rd power outage in less than a month. A big fir tree was prooted in the yard at Green Gables as evidence of the force of the wind. The warming trend didn't do much for the skiing. Doug DuLac and Ross Henson skiied in the rain Saturday. Earlier in the week, Jane and Dalton DuLac report the skiing was excellent on new powder snow. And speaking of skiing, Bobbie and Becky Tharp have just gotten their first skis and will soon be among the novices on the slopes at Mt. Pilchuck. One might think once he had traversed the seven miles of road to the ski lodge he was past the likelihood of an accident, but Dalton DuLac's car was involved in a four (!) car accident in the lodge parking lot which did minor damage to his - yes- brand new car. Three people were injured, none from this area, and in case you heard an ambulance Saturday it was en route to this accident. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henson drove from Bellingham Sunday for dinner with the Duane Hensons. Weekend guests of the Dalton DuLacs were Mr. and (Continued from Page 1) Directors heard a report from Supt. Hoban that the five people employed under the Employee Supplement Program of the federal government are all working out well. The 16-week program is funded by the federal government, administered by the local and state employment offices' and implemented at the local school level. Granite Falls School District has employed under this program one person in each of the following positions: custodial, playground supervisor and library aid; secondary school aid and office helper, elementary school aid ;and bus mechanic helper. In his report to the board, Supt. Hoban advised that the hot water improvement was so good that lowering the temperature of it for comfortable use must now be made; a bus is being provided for students for ski school at Mt. Pilchuck; bids for the surplus school bus available for sale through the General Services Administration will be opened Jan. 26 and bid forms are available at his office; the adult education program offered through Everett Community College has only one class filled, the GED class; and that teacher evaluation reviews will be made available to the directors at their Feb. 24 meeting. Mrs. Alsid of Enumclaw and their three children. JoAnn and Bill Gordius, their daughter Pam and new baby Angle visited with the Alex Cooks and the Bob Tharps on Saturday. Bill went skiing with Ricky Cook while the rest of the family visited. Norm and Lois Blythe visited Susie ViVier in Everett on Saturday. Susie sends greetings to everyone and says if the weather keeps you at home, drop her, a card at Merricrest Home. Susan Blythe and Heather DuLac are among the girls scouts from the Granite Falls troup who are taking roller skating lessons every Saturday for six weeks at the Skate Inn in Marysville. The girls are having alot of fun and at the same time are earning their achievement badges in skating. Art Stormo, valley resident for several years and Robe Fire District Commissioner, will be moving to Everett in about a week. As I understand it, though, Art will be visiting frequently when the weather gets a little warmer. Happy birthday to Pam Phillips who celebrated January 17. Granite Falls School Menu January 25 - 29 Monday Hamburger gravy on mashed potatoes or rice, buttered rolls, peaches, milk. Tuesday Chili con came with garlic toast, carrot sticks, applecrisp, milk. Wednesday Beef pinwheels with cheese sauce, buttered green beans, raspberries, milk. Thursday Scalloped potatoes, assorted sandwiches, orange halves, ice cream, milk. Friday Macaroni & cheese, buttered corn, buttered rolls, strawberry shortcake with topping, milk. Lake Stevens School Menu January 25 - 29 Monday Beef noodle casserole, buttered carrots, homemade bread & butter, pear halves, milk. Tuesday Whipped potatoes, meat gravy, buttered beets, homemade bread & butter, applesauce, milk. Wednesday Vegetable beef stew, bread & butter, iced cake squares, fruit jello, milk. Thursday Italian spaghetti, lettuce salad, Thousand Island dressing, homemade bread & butter, sliced peaches, milk. Friday Tuna noodle casserole, green beans, bread & butter, apricot halves, milk. TREE COAT - Sporting their new white coat, these trees were framed against their grape-take wall. Letters to the editor - To Whom It May Concern: Zeta Pi gets Early this fall before the sorority advisor start of football season, I made the decision to retire from football coaching. At that time Zeta Pi, Beta Sigma Phi, met I verbally related this decision at the home of Mrs. Tom Novak to Mr. Gilden and Mr. Oates. on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Now I'm putting it in formal Novak opened the evening with form. a program entitled "Your Day My reasons are largely Socially." personal, so I see no need going Mrs. Larry Hesseltine, into them; however, I want it president ofDeltaPi, introduced made clear that it has nothing Mrs. Lloyd Phillips to the to do with the school system or chapter. Mrs. Phillips will serve community. I have been very as advisor,to Zeta Pi. - happy in my role as football The Sweethearts of all the coach. I have had nothing but local chapters were introduced. very wonderful relations with Everett area city council will the administration. It has announce the "All City always been helpful and Sweetheart" during the annual cooperative, and for this reason Sweetheart Ball on February 20 / I desire to remain in my present at the Everett Elks ballroom. .) capacity as teacher, department The evening concluded with head, and activities director, a ritual for Mrs. Bill Swartz, a' Finally I wish to express my new pledge of Zeta Pi. gratitude for the support and encouragement I have received from the community, School OBITUARIES Board and Administration. Respectfully submitted, Richard Stultz IRVIN J. 'JACK' WEBB Irvin J. 'Jack' Webb, 64, Life in Mayor of Granite Falls until his retirement in 1969, died Jan. the woods... 15 in an Everett hospital after an extended illness. Mr. Webb By Sandra Lee Anderberg was born February 6, 1906 in "Company is coming!" Is Chelan and lived in Granite the hue and cry around our Falls since 1931, where for the house on the weekends. That's past 30 years he owned and why I set my cleaning days on operated the Texaco station. Friday, so everything will be During his 40 years in Granite clean and bright for our visitor's Falls, he served two years on. muddy feet. the town council before But that's the way of life out accepting the appointment of here, nine months out of the mayor to fill an unexpired term year, due to rain or snow; the vacancy in 1935. From 1935 other three months it's due to until 1969 when he retired, swimming. Webb was elected Mayor of the I especially like everything in town eleven times, the last time its place for company. So I take in 1964 was by write-in votes.. the blanket off the couch, He was past master of which keeps it clean during the Damascus Lodge No. 199 week, and put it over the F&AM , past worthy patron of folding bed to hide it. I place Bethel Chapter No. 146 OES, flower arrangements in strategic both of Granite Falls and a positions to hide unfinished member of the Scottish Rite outlets and etc. Bodies of Everett. He was a We never have enough table charter member of the chairs, so we bring in the Snohomish Peace Officers unmatching desk chair. After I Association. Mr. Webb leaves remove three layers 9 f Roy's his wife, Ada, at home; clothing which he sheds after daughter, Mrs. Lillian Goodrich work. of Granite Falls; a brother However, my table is Virgil; two sisters, Neba Burling correctly set with our best and Mildred Evans all of dishes, glassware which matches E v e r e t t ; a n d s e v e n the placemats and our good grandchildren. Rose Croix silverware. Then Roy will services were held 1:30 p.m.; decide he wants jelly on the Monday, at the Irving Funeral bisquits and brings the whole, Home, Marysville by the sticky, jelly jar to the table. Scottish Rite Bodies of Everett. But in spite of the Officiating ws Wise Master O. unfinished staircase, living room J. Rinertsen, 32nd Degree, floor and cupboards, loft, etc.; Senior Warden Joseph A. Julius, we still receive compliments on 32nd Degree KCCH, Junior the way our house looks now. Warden Neils Rasmussen, 32nd As one friend put it: "With all KCCH, Orator Ben Glasgow, that rough cedar roof and 32rid, Prelate H. Marshall beams the unfinished areas just Fortson, 32rid KCCH. blend right in." Casketbearers were Charles R. The only things I find that Bockmier, Charles N. Barton, stick out like sore thumbs, Jr., C. Ross WiUard, Charles T. because there are just no ways Webb, Lytton Carpenter, to disguising them and because William (Pete) LeMay, all of everyone trips over them, are Damacus Lodge No. 199 of the pots and pans which I place Granite Falls. All master under the leaks in the masons present were considered unfinished portion of the roof. honorary bearers. Interment in No matter howltry, theyjust the GAR Cemetery, don't match a thing. Snohomish.