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May 18, 1972

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6---The GLOBE Thursday, May 18, 1972 :~ 'i~/!i'~!! PILCHUCK HIGH SCHOOL students taking part in the annual Creativity Fair include Rhonda Young, exhibiting macrame, Dave Blair, candles, Karen Teachout, leather jacket, Steve Palmer, acrylic painting and Mickie Hutcheson, candles. ARTWORK SHOWN by Marysville High students at the Fair includes top, left to right, Rich Anderson, general chairman, Weeks, art chairman, Kevin Hoofnagle, and Ross Marzoff, jug .~D m I I 4mlb I Students of Marysville and Rick Lindborg will be play "Lifewith Father." Pilchuck Senior High judging the photography.Saturday afternoon from 12 Schools are sponsoring their Entertainment will include noon to 4 p.m. will be annual Creativity Fair,dramatic improvisations, children's activities Friday and Saturday of this Dixieland band, jug band featuring numerous events week. On display will be modern dance, swing en- and demonstrations. High works of art, photography, sembles, square dancing and school students will be | | experimental films, pottery electronic lab clinic assisting the children with | | and batik demonstrations, featuring a moog syn- art projects, children's graphic arts demon- thesizer, plays, musical darts, and a | | strations, music presen-Two plays will take place puppet opera. | | tations and drama. The with Marysville putting on The funds for this event general public is invited and "Where have all the light- were raised by the students | :| admission is com- ning bugs gone" and due to the loss of the levy. | .| plimentary. The doors will Pilchuck sponsoring a 3 Act A Creativity Fair Dance ~'lt's unanimous! We're| open to the public at 7 p.m. Jail going to have ourI both evenings. ;color T.V. sets serviced; General chairmen for the Iby Jim McDonogh! !" I event are Richard Anderson, [ Marysville and Sherry Goetz McDONOUGH'S of Pilchuck. Judges of fine I TV & Radio Service arts include, Rick Lindberg, | 1515Grove--659-187S |Nancy Alexander, Joan L ,., .,... ,-J --~,.,.. mJ Lindner, Pete Kinch and will be held at 9 p.m. Saturday. Playing will be the "Tumbleweed," a 5-piece band from Spokane. Funds derived from this event will help finance next year's fair. MR. AND MRS. Gary Springer, Marysville, are the proud parents of a baby girl born May 9 in an Everett hospital. IT'S plan-your wedding time again. Dimes A Marcl concert Friday, Baptist featuring pianist, soloist on The and the March of O Money Orders Postal Money O Bridges. Roads. Dams. All part of the function of the Army Reserve Engineers. Right now, the 409th Engineer Company has openings in the Everett area for heavy equipment operators of all sorts. You don't need previous experience. The Army Reserve will give you free training. And pay you beside. And it can lead to a better civilian career. You'll also be fulfilling your military obligation right here at home. Training. Pay. Guaranteed part-time work. Hard combination to beat. The most important bridge you can build is your own future. Why not investigate the Army Reserve's training program now? The Army Reserve. CONTACT: 409th ENGR CO Attn: Mr. Miner l 110 Rainier Avenue Everett, WA 98201 Phone: (206) 252-0343 @ U II NI i AND SAVIN|S COMMUNITY OWNED, COMMUNITY MINDED SINCE teD| Member pI)lG Everett: 2817 Colby Ave., 1801 Broadway, 1802 Pacific Ave., Evergreen Way at Snohomlsh, Marysvillo, Lake Stevens, Frontior Village, Edmonds.Westgate, Oak Alderwood Manor. / ,/