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14--The GLOBE Thursday, May 18, 1972 Pack 8O's awards night features Pinewood Derby Boychoir will appear on TV Friday morn'g The Marysville Boychoir will appear on the Channel 5 "Telescope" program between 9 and 10 a.m. on Friday, May 19. Directed by ~lerome Wright, the choir has some 40 members in 3rd through 6th grades, and has given several concerts throughout the past year. They have also provided musical entertainment for Various local organizations' meetings. They were also invited to appear before a music educators conference last March in Vancouver. The boys' mothers com- mittee has made them uniform vests they've worn in concert pending the amassing of sufficient funds for more elaborate outfits. WATER flowing from property eventually travels one way or another into rivers and streams, carrying tons of top soil. This soil plays a major part in con- tributing to the 500 million tons of sediment washed into our streams each year. Mrs. IIII " I II I I I II Pl Pack 80 Cub Scouts held their awards meeting and Pinewood Derby on Thur- sday, April 27. The big winners of the Derby were Doug Stevens, 1st place; Ken Monteith, 2nd; and Karl Allen, 3rd, pictured here. Prizes to the winners were a cooking kit, Scout knife and Scout flashlight in that or- der. Bobcat pins were a~varded Run Gisler, Chris Wen- chester, Keith Hunt, Ken Montieth and David Reed. Karl Allen and Lorne Zingmark earned their wolf badges. Karl also received his golden arrow. Members of Pack 80 who participated in the Pinewood Derby were, back row of foto, David Reed, Dennis Morgan, Corey Becker, Given Kutz, Run Gisler and Chris Wenchester; and front row, Lame Zingmark, Karl Allen, Ken Monteith and Doug Stevens. Pack 80's next meeting will be held Thursday, May 25 at 7:30 p.m. at Cascade Elementary School. Datsun 510 $ Carries 4 passengers and a bi~ trunk for luggage, groceries, etc. The Datsun sedan 510 has extra head. hip and knee room making it a perfect full fatuity car. Rec]inincJ bucket seats--~ptionel 3- speed automatic with console for drivers who don't like to shift for themselves. Approximately 25 mp.g. il CASH PRICE Plus tax, license, handling, orep ~d freight delivered in Everett. A high-cam engine • Safety fro~t disc brakes • Fold-down back seat • reclin- ing front buckets • tinted glass, full wheel covers • whitewall tires • up to 30 miles per gallon • maic~tains freeway speeds all day long • fully synchronized i-speed • CASH PRICE Plus tax, license, tared, hc!k~diing and freight. Delivered in Everett. 12CO Cpea PER MONTH • on aepreva! d Wanamaker announces for senate State Representative Pat Wanamaker of Coupeville, Whidhey Island, this week announces his candidacy for the State Senate seat for the newly assigned legislative district which now en- compasses Island County and north Snohomish County. Wanamaker, a Republican, has served three terms in the State legislature representing Island County and north Kitsap County in what was known as the "Tidewater Tenth" district. With the recent court-appointed redistricting of the state, this district has an open State Senate seat. Wanamaker is the first to announce his intention of seeking the position. Datsun carries almost anything but a big price tag. Six-foot all-steel bed holds up to half a ton, flat loading tailgate gets it oft, heavy duty rear ax{e babies it ak:mg. There's country power in the overhead cam engine, all-synchro 4-speed stick shift. Up 1o 25 m.p.g. PRICE '72 Dalsun "Lil" Plus tax, license, hend~k~g, prep, freight. Delivered In EV- trett. BUT WE SURE BEAT whoever is SECOND! Cascade GaP Women hear Wanamaker Frank "Pat" Wanamaker, state representaUve from 10th district, who is from Coupeville, will he guest DeVille, full power. • • • ego O Cost mdalion From S129 '57 t-door. Bet Alr. speaker when the Cascade @ HAPPY thebride... Republican Women's Club '65 BUICK .,; **" : :meets Monday, May 22, at 10 •. ................................. ,,= .... a.m in the club room of the Sportsw~on with =Jnroof Cash on ! : Cascade Savings and Loan in lip 0" .a "~e Marysville. ~" Credit Wanamaker announced his Geiexte 500. ": ' e~ candidacy for state senate at S ket.,. i . Approval ," i the Island County t " ~eel~, ~pJ# ° Republican convention. The e @ a'-'----- , senate seat is vacant • * : because of redistricting. He • a has retired from farming, r~U e and has served 6 years in 'EJZE I1! ! i ""_ ~ legislature. He is presently ~"Reminds me, I have t~serving as vice chairman of • the House Transportation :get my car tuned up at : committee, and is also Open Evenings d 8 . & Sun. 'til i GAY'S= "; , serving on the Labor com- mittee in the House. Evergreen Way P H I L' S E N CO Hostesses for the morning will he Nina Short and SALES-LEASING "Service & Genuine Parts COST LESS HERE!" Sth & State Marysville Martha Myers. 659-8011 ***o *• • • .•. ** •..... • JUNE is next, folks.