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Methodist Junior Choir rehearses Decked out ih new robes, Junior Choir members of the Methodist Church rehearse for their part in coming programs. They will be singing at the Good Friday union service. Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday at the nine o' clock services. Some of the members were ufable to be present at the time this picture was taken. Pictured are (front row) from left to right: Mary McDorough, Loretta Fitch. Sherrie Damish. Gayle Neilse, n, Merrily Tompkins. Cheryl Parker. usie Erickson. Elayne Holmes. Cathy Arndt. Judy Anderson, Judy Bates, Irene Mc- Donough; second row: Patty Faucett. Merri Lynne "turner, Lynne Bax- ter, Leigh Schaefer, Nancy Weeks, Carolyn Hall, Diane lCann. Elizabeth Anderson, Linda Bishop; third row: Ran Hayes, Bill Hurt, Charles Hagen, Gary Rasmussen, David Weiser. Bill Hulbert, Tom Davis, Jim Buck, Dan Westlund, Peter Winans, David Larson. Brad Left, Steven Smith, Mike Hayes. Robes are white with maroon ties. Director is Mrs. Deene Almvig. Global viewpoint IS IT BEST TO KNOW? Drawing power of the local press was demonstrat- ed again this week when PTA and some church people were up in arms over a movie advertised "for adults only" We would modestly like to ask where these PTA . and church people were looking when crime-and-horror pictures appealing to the teen-age public were being advertised with posters and the Everett press by the for- mer management of the local theater. Some of the pos- ters were quite suggestive; the ads were not pretty; the ideas were not lofty. 'We applaud these good people for standing up for decency. Their attention should be alert all the tiqme to these tffings, not just when the advertisement is sizeab e and on the local front page. We detect a slight note of censure of The GLOBE in some of the protests. Would they rather not know what's going on? In fairness to the theater management, it must be pointed out that every movie must have passed a state board of censorship. The ad copy is prepared by the theater industry. It is probably shaped by a knowledge of what appeals to public taste. It is a fact the local theater had only a handful of people attend a top-notch show recently shown, then the theater filled up for the girlie-type show advertised in The GLOBE last week. Even grandmas were there! Incidentally, there's not a newsstand in the town of Marysville without its ample supply of highly sugges- tive (if not actually pornographic) magazines for sale to all having the price. GOLDEN GOOSE KILLERS It is our considered opinion the state legislature needed to have a special session about the way we need a third thumb. Had these so-called legislative lights got off their thumbs and quit stalling during the regular session, it is likely all legislative business of mo- ment would quite easily have been handled . . . and in the time lawfully allotted. Place the blame for the sorry situation where you will, it is evident to all who can read there hasn't been much attempt among the Democrats, who now control the state, to legislate economically and with the best interests of the commonwealth at heart. On the contrary, it would seem they're doing their level best to make Washington a place where business, large or small, is not welcome except as a goose to be pluckezl. Ever hear of "killing the goose that lays the golden ooo"o Well Priest Point Grange i open house Sunday stresses church i Priest Point Grange will hold l its fourth annual open house and l rural - urban go to church program this Sunday. March 22 at 2 o'clock. Rev. B. Adam Wil- liams will.ha speaker. i The Grange extends an in,ita- lion to the public and community to attend this reverent occasion to be held in Priest PointGrange Hall. Coffee hour will be held after the service. Marysville's yesterdays MARYSVILLE, March, 1919 Roads officially named by the commissioners were Pacific Highway. Stevens Pass Highway. Pilchuck Highway and Stillaguamish Highway...Main roads of the county were to be marked with signs on telephone poles...Real Estate was booming. A place north of town sold for $2, 500 cash...Postage was reduced to two cents for letters from three cents...Allen Hill, who was with the heart artillery in France was due to arrive home. MARYSVILLE, March, 1929 Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Keehn and children enjoyed a week-end fishing trip to Chilliwack, B. C...Wallace Gruwell accepted a position as supervisor and inspector with Wash- ington Accredited Hatcheries...Mayor Fred McCann named Charles Lee successor to Marshal Heathers...Mrs. Robert Walberg entertained in honor of her son Ray's second birthday. I MARYSVILLE, March, 1939 Tom Bloom was a member of University of Washing- ton's traveling band...Unemployed in county got over $57, 000 in benefits...Vera Buttke won D. A. R. school contest... A1 Hostak, Seattle prize fghter, spent the weekend cutting cord wood on his ranch 12 miles north of town...Tulalip Tribes, Inc.. elected Wilfred Steve, Harriette Shelton Williams and Ezra Hatch to the serf-governing board. MARYSVILLE, March, 1949 Mils student body received American Legion Award plaque presented to Lief Hylback, president, by Commander Burdette Leff...Mayor E. R. Washburn proclaimed April 6 as "Army Day" ...Walter Peterson left for Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, for a course as medical technician...Clarence Due shot 100 out of possible 100 points in the junior high rifle team. MR. AND MR'S. GAYLE Teach-I MARLENE BLCK and ELAINE out. accompanied by Mr. and KLEIN have been included on the Mrs. Carl Miller, West Seattle, ! honor list for the fall semester attended the annual I-tome Show! at College of Puget Sound in March 15, in Seattle. i Tacoma. MARYSVICLE GLOBE 1508 FIFTH STREET, MARYSVILLE, WASHINGTON -- OLive 9-1300 Entered in post office at Marysville, Washington. Second class mail privileges authorized at Marysville, Washington. Published by Wilson Publications, Inc.; Sim. R. Wilson, jr., editor Sports, Picture Editor, Bob Buftke. Advertising Mgr., Ray Treichel Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association and National Editorial Association Issued Every Thursday. Vol. 68, No. 12; Thursday, March 19, 1959 Subscriptions, by moil, in Snoham{sh County, $2.50 per year; else- where, $5 per year, payable in advance Address all mall to Post Office Box |55, Marysvitle, Washington National Advertising Representatlves:- Pacific Slope Newspapers, 810 Vance fildgs, Seattle I, Washington Weekly Newspaper Represnlatives, Chicago, Illinois Won't tackle loose dog Editor, The GLOBE: i Since the dogs i taken over the it won't be very are making the of Marysville. big boxer sitti glasses on the laying down i When it getss is afraid to i where they waiting for , it must be time ! Haven't the i are roaming i been noticed? one who has i inn all over town. t If I hadn't of on one day, be wearing I at an unusual What. may I buying seeds "! using up and caring for of dogs make the place and what say? 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