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i i This is the day, 'way back in • 1492 that stands out in history... when Christopher Columbus land- ed in the West Indies... but we now celebrate most holidays on Mondays... on October 13, 1775, the Continental Congress okayed the establishment of a navy . . . and a few years later, in 1792, the cornerstone of the White I~ouse was laid . • . William the Con- queror won the Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066... the same day, a few centuries later, that saw the birth of Dwight D. Eisenhower, our 34th President, born in 1890... Eugene O'Neill, American playwright was.born October 16, 1888 British General John Burgoyne sur- rendered at Saratoga October 17, 1777 and the U.S. flag was formal- iy raised over Alaska on October .18, 1867... Pierre Trudeau, prime minister of Canada, was born Oc- tober 18, 1919,.. and on the 19th, in 1879, Thomas A. Edison began the first successful demonstration of his electric light• National Kraut Sandwich Week begins tomorrow • . . on the day the Navy celebrates its birthday (1775)... the Peace Corps marks its birthday on the 14th and on the 15th we note International Newspaper Carrier Day. • . also White Cane Safety Day . . . Na- tional Shut-in Day is Sunday, the 16th... also National Boss Day and World Food Day. •. as well as the beginning of Nation, al Business Women's Week, Na- tional Forest Products Week, and National Handicapped Awareness Week . . . while International Writing Week begins on Columbus Day (traditional). 22 Years Ago Ghost reported on some of the "live wires" in town.., including Vern Sackmann, Elmer Scbaefer (recuperating from an illness), Chet Jensen and Gene Olmstead • • . Rex Bartlett lunching . • • as were Kerm Studebaker, Art Erickson and LeRoy Weiser... a hello to Ed Reinell... Olive Olson bookkeeping •.. Ralph Stuck and Jerry Smith having hair trim... O.T. Bloom feeling much better.. • Ed Feeney getting motor repair parts from Carl Lewis... Ralph Whitson, Ray Schneider and Dick ~rdock planning hunting• : Ten Years AgO ..... Glen Mackey relaxing . . . we greeted Eula Colliers and chatted with Jerry Lindgren • . . Ken McDaniel shooting a game of pool •.. Ray Harding lunching... also John Hodgins... Ernie and Doris Chadwick with Sam Stroup at another table.., we greeted and gabbed with Mollie Hatch •. • then a hello to Arman Sandvig •. • Louie and Mable Copp talking mushrooms. • • Jim Barclay back from Cordova, Alaska. •. greeted Don and Etta Ackles... also Andy Walseth and Chirp Kalma . . . later greeted Wally Carpenter.. and waved a hello to Iva Jo Cook. •, also Janie Mathis... Jim and Jeannie Bassett relaxing on their day off... Kay Falkenberg hap- pening along as we chatted with Roger Castle... Margaret Strand telling of trip to Norway where coffee cost 80 cents a cup.. • Carl 4---The GLOBE WedPa~sdey, October 12, 1983 i ii I ill iii iiiii i GHOSTE YE-PUBLIC L l ii i ! with some prize fish in his display at home• And Now This Week Wow! What a day for the Phillies . . . Saturday was • . . they're not only celebrating their very own Centennial •.. but also won the final play-off game that puts them in the 80th World Series (that began yesterday) against the Baltimore Orioles... and did you hear the words of praise that announcer Vin Scully had for Marysville's very own Larry Christenson?? But back to the game.., sure gives you a funny feeling when you see the aerial shot of IVeer Veterans Stadium.. • in Philadelphia... and realize those masses.., are people... wow again.., and speaking of the Series . . . there'll be lots of "boards" to get in on... and all the fun and festivities that go along with the best baseball ever. •. better join the crowd.., and the gang at KUHNLE'S TAVERN... where KAY and JOANN KUH- NLE are the greatest sports fans ever . • . it's congratulations to Laura and Steve Daggett on the birth of their first child and son Steven Joseph who arrived on Oc- tober 5th... all 8 Ibs., 14 oz. of him • . . and we understand from Grandma Betty Daggett that he's handsome.., just like his Dad... 'course Pop wasn't too excited... just woke up a few friends.., at 2:30 a.m. to spread the good news • . . and isn't this weather the greatest. •. but these cool nights and mornings are warnings.., to winterize the family chariot • . . and that means a stop at CASCADE AUTO PARTS where they've got the antifreeze. • . and all the other necessary items • . . just talk to VIRG LE DUC . . . or any of the crew on hand . . . and that goes for your RV rig, too.. • there's a special department for recreational vehicles, you know . • . and a special thanks to Doug and Jerry. •. of the Fire Department for a not so ordinary assist.., that saved Ghost a whole lot of time.., and to Lt. Bob Dyer... and that's all we're going to say about that. Roger Castle catching Ghost at her bi-weekly beauty session. • . but then he took the chair next to hers.., for his very own session, no doubt, :. Judge Jay Wisman~ taking a day off from the bench.. • Rep. Sire Wilson at yet another weekend meeting . . . and that reminds o . . did you vote in the special Primary Election yester- day . . • Freddy Dry beginning new position.., as Police Dispat- cher.., with also hired Karolyn Steiner set to begin training on the 17th •.. and that fills the two va- cant dispatch spots... GLOBE scribe Debby Carter pinch-hitting for vacationing Fred Bird at sister publication The Arlington Times•.. we're getting anxious to see the new CHEVVI ES... that'll be out soon.., and on display at ROY ROBINSON CHEVROLET. • . still in the area of "low, low overhead Marysville"... and still the best deal in town . and that goes for ROY I~OBINSC)N SUBARU .,. where smiling Ran Crenshaw is manager,. • and it Wage having coffee with Doc was good to chat with him again.. Frank Turk . . stopped in and . at the benefit held for the greeted Ivar Boa , ..... and relaxed Mukilteo Boys Club. m ~ompany of Shortlr Fryberg What a turnaround for the any:/~V:lY:n~iC:r~eS~e G.ary wlhie, Seahawks ... but it was good to "" .. _ . uertGriffore see H S chum Don Coryell on the • . Ham Jensen listening to tali big screen . . . he's coach of the tales . . Bud and June Char ere . . . from our alma Gn~;hl~:vg:r baCakn:~nK toer~Pll to Matrgr... Lincoln H.S. in Seattle• • " ling ..another LHS alum is BERNIE I~,'1~Ij ~ 1347 State St. 659-3707 - Opu Man.Sat 6 a.m. til 6 p.m. DANISH CINNAMON TWI ST~ 3FOR 99’- I 00 °/ yHEAT BREAD iFoRSl.29 OLLS ....' .... s I. 0 9 EACH UNITED INSURANCE AGENCIES now represents your kind of #nsurance company This Agency has lust been appointed as representatives of Mutual of Enurnclaw~lcl~:: ;°u~l~ T heirand Enumclawhomeowner,Life, comPanieSauto, busindedicated to serving communi for vn.., ..... g. ed With YOU ;,, --, ..... ess, farm and life insurance ...... ,u.~ywiththa , ,,,rag /net's wh setw^-1"- - ". Y YOU get more protection v ~e3pectea Northwest domiciled compames. Stop in anti say hello to YOur new Ins, Co. agent: Mutual of Enumclew and Enurnclaw Life MUTUAL OF ENUMCLAW ENUMCLAW LIFE INS. CO. Don Whitfield =~c~.w, *~.,.~To..,o=. Marvin H inricksen 1801Grove St. • Marysville • 659-1288 ST ONGE . . . a couple of years behind Ghost . . . and now head honcho of his SLUMBER EASE MATTRESS FACTORY... where you can outfit your camper, boat. •. with custom made comfort... stopped by THE VILLAGE RESTAURANT . . . chatted with Don Murphy learned his neighbor George Gregg moved to Texas... George had a cabinet shop out on the Res... and speak- ing of cabinets.., if you haven't ordered yours yet.., better stop by CHET'S CABINETS . . . and have a chat with CHET JENSEN. •. MPD dispatchers having a fine time practicing on the new CRT (computer) . . . sorry to read of the death of Roscoe Drummond.. • Iongtime newspaper columnist.. • 57 years writer for the Christian Science Monitor... fall activities getting started.. • and soon it'll be holiday festivities. • . and you'll want to wear special finery . . . you don't have to go out of town.. • cuz BLOOM'S DEPARTMENT STORE has everything you need. •. from the skin out.., and for the entire family.., been doing a lot of chauffering lately.., why not get the teenagerin the family his very own lima . . . got a good selection of USED CARS at THORNBERRY MOTORS... at 5th and Ash . next to the Freeway... and now it's time for Ghost to relax a bit . . . should head up to CLIFF'S TAVERN... chat a bit with Gloria... and sip a soda.., wanna join me??? adv. •.. noticed John VanPutten up to Arlington's Moonlight Sale, then later buzzing up the Marysville streets in a sleek black '57 Chevy. • . Gene Zimmerman to birthday this Friday... and Clyde Lashua on Saturday . . . Jim Shipman working on meeting notes . . . Arne Mann with some fresh smelt that was deeply appreciated... baseball playoff fans taking ad- vantage of two TVs at Dan's Restaurant and Backroom, Bob Bodewig glancing a*. one and Don Johnson another.., and with two TVs, Bonnie is confused at times when football is showing on one and baseball another . . . Ran Smythe heading up street.., and. •. Virgil Baxter coming up with a sailfish while on recent trip to Mexico... Coleen and Gene Bax- ter running their.dogs, tied up in back of pickup... • t • Writing is a job for some people, a necessary method of getting ideas out of their minds for others. The writers most loved are those who send their thoughts to friends by mail, and often. Aluminum can drive Camp Fire celebrate The first part of a three-year project to celebrate Camp Fire's 75th Birthday is under way. The first part is an aluminum can drive. Youth are encouraged to save a minimum of 75 cans per person to commemorate the 75th Birthday in March 1985. The three projects planned are based on Camp Fire's watchword, Wohelo, which stands for Work, Health and Love. Pro- ceeds from the aluminum cans (the Work project) will help finance the other pro- Well-Child Clink set for October 17 The monthly Lakewood WeLl-Child Clinic will be held at Faith Lutheran Church in Lakewood on Monday, Oct. 17 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 noon. Public Health nurses and a physician provide nutritional advice, health counsel- ing, immunizations for well infants and pre-school children. The clinic is conducted by the Snohomish Health District and sponsored by Faith Lutheran Church. No appointment is necessary, For further information caLl 259-9386 or 652-8013. jects and activitia Each youth drive wiLl Crushed canS day, November the Everett Mall Center in the lot). Further ing 259-4104. Defense help Defense the local The Western Everett has $32,034 U.S. bus, Ohio. With an the Center million worth lumbe] cessories such as fittings. < This is the place! HUNTER OR HOMEMAKER.= BAG THESE BARGAINS AND SAVE! IT'S OPEN SEASON.= PRICES GOOD WED., OCT. 12 THRU TUESDAY, OCT. 18 Coffee CHOICE OF HILLS BROS. 3-lb. TIN OF REGULAR OR DRIP GROUND COFFEE OR 26-oz. CAN OF DECAF. GROUND COFFEE I THOMPSON'S • Seedless Grapes 69 Pota NO. 1 Russets 10-lb. Bag Fresh Carrots l-lb. pkg. Yellow Onions size lb. Oranges California Valencia MUSHROOMS PER POUND 1.49 Black pepper Heinz 79 Crescent Walnuts IV-8 WALNUT MEATS 1II VEG4F~OAB'LE juICI~ Nestle Morsels IC and H I I ;2"OZ. PKG. PEANUT I~ ~il~ J G BUTTER MORSELS _ ~ II 10qb. BA .. m Keebler'sCookies IDari’old : CHOICE OF 12.5-OZ. ~~| ~'~ , | , OZ° ----'., I uBES Gourmet Ice CreamiCream C GRANDMA'S ~i~ ~f~ I KRAFTS3"OZ'- HALFGALLON ~ ~ =~m~l PHILADELPHI/~ KRAFT PARK1 CUBE MARGARINE l-lb. PKG. 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