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December 28, 1983
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i May 1984 hold a wealth of friendships and fun times for you to enjoy throughout the year! From the publisher and staff of the Marysville Globe Vol. 92, NO. 52 Wednesday, December 28, 1983 MARYSVILLE'S COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER MARYSVILLE SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON 98270 back... 1983 was a year to remember Front-office shuffling mark of old year MARYSVILLE AMERICAN LEGION POST 178 UNVEILS AVENUE OF FLAGS DURING MEMORIAL DAY AT MARYSVILLE CEMETERY rical Society to honor museum Historical Society the prize money it top quilts depicting in the Marysville- to the area citizens. quilts -- which and done in will be awarded dur- Strawberry njunction with the 100th birthday the John GeM was dis-assembled, mOved from the old near Granite Falls to place on the south contributed and plans to a museum. member Elaine that entrants may area's historical arrange them in any fashion they see fit -- but "one block must be that of the Gehl homestead." Gunther says pictures of the homestead home, for the purpose of creating that particular block of quilt, may be obtained by calling her at 659-2820. She noted such subjects as the Tulalip Tribes salmon emblem, St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Anne's Catholic Church on the Tulalip Reser- vation (one of the oldest buildings in that area), the Cascades, the old trestle bridges on the sloughs, the Snohomish River, the Shaker Church, the old Marysville City Hall, the Tulalip Totem at Totem Beach and Mission Beach intersections, and such activities as logging and fishing may be used in the composition. "There are all kinds of subjects; it depends on the versatility and imagina- tion of the contestants to achieve marvels of historic beauty," Gunther says. "The choice of colors is open, and the choice of subjects for each block is open -- except that one block must be that of the Gehl homestead." The Marysville Historical Society will award a purchase price prize of $150 to the first-place winner. The runner-up prize is worth $100. Further prizes may be awarded, but Gunther says no plans had been made yet. The Historical Society raised about $400 from two rummage sales earlier in the year. She says the fashioning of the quilt could be an individual or group project -- and age is no barrier. "Children often see objects in a fresh and unusual way, and they're also encouraged to try their skills and talents." An impartial panel will judge the quilts, and all the quilts "~will be safely displayed for public acclamation," she adds. Registration forms may be obtained by calling Gunther. Entry deadline is May i5. ~ i,, ...... 7:::7 II I THE JOHN GEHL HOMESTEAD HOME BEFORE IT WAS MOVED Jan. 5 -- GLOBE publishes annual year-end roundup of 1982 happenings -- strong winds and high tides cause ex- tensive damage to area beach homes -- proposed Downtown Redevelopment plans come under fire at public hearing -- City Utilities Dept. maps out plan to improve water system that includes new 1.1 million gallon reservoir at the (also) new Highway 9 well -- Jim Benetau, member of the School District's long range planning commit- tee tells board members of potential growth that indicates ten additional facilities may be needed in the future -- State Representative Sim Wilson nam- ed ranking Republican member of the House Transportation Committee -- lone male robs Priest Point Grocery at knifepoint -- Everett's General Hospital receives approval for cardiac program -- ,Inn. 12 -- $1.5 million worth of school walkway projects set to go in local districts come spring, allowing Marysville to lead districts in County walkway projects -- dignitaries, citizens, City, County, and State officials gather at City Council meet to honor Edythe and Don Beaman, retiring Police Court judge and Clerk -- GLOBE salutes St. Vin- cent De Paul -- County Council establishes leash law for incorporated areas -- George Peplnjak elected to lead Chamber of Commerce with GLOBE scribe, Deb Carter, joining board members -- customers to have choice of buying or leasing telephones as result of FCC's deregulation of equipment -- Jan. 19 -- MPHS Kazoo players (students and staff) set out to mark new world record -- Downtown Redevelopment Committee and Coun- cil will hold first joint meeting -- GLOBE salutes Ladybug Boutique -- Esther Aken, retiring hairdresser, is honored by many friends and longtime customers -- large semi-truck rolls over on its back after mishap on downhill approach to 67th from 84th N.E. -- Jan. 26 -- Council discusses City's Redevelopment Plan for first time since the Jan. 3 closure of public hear- ings -- GLOBE salutes Roy Robinson Subaru -- Arts Council emphasizes need for arts facilitiy as it seeks nominees for awards -- Judy Swanson elected president of Escrow Associa- tion -- Everett General's Critical Care Tower opens -- Feb. 2 -- Voters decide Tuesday on $1.4 million school levy -- Marysville residents, Janet Carabello and Norma Sands, claim $10,000 prizes in State's second lottery -- GLOBE salutes Wright's Automotive -- gourmet dinner kicks off Vocational Ed Week -- Rep. Sim Wilson sponsors bill that would lengthen legislative terms of office -- Feb. 9 -- Jim Bren- nick Maryfest president, announces theme of the summer's Strawberry Festival -- consumers warned of possi- ble arrest for taking intoxicating li- quors off the Tulalip Reservation -- Everett Symphony features Boyd Schlaefer, Marysville baritone -- area fire stations collect usable clothing for persons in need -- Lakewood High School plans first Open House and placement of cornerstone -- Gary Wright, Marysville realtor, slated to head North End Brokers' Association -- Feb. 16 -- voters approve school levy -- Council sets date for yet another public hearing on Downtown Redevelopment issue -- Marysville YM- CA announces new schedule and varie- ty of programs -- friends, collegues, gather to say farewell to retiring Marysville Justice Don Beaman and welcome Judge Jay Wisman to the new Marysville Municipal Court -- Feb. 2,3 -- Donald V. Rhodes to fill position of President of Citizens Bank -- Marysville looks forward to building spurt despite poor economy with plans for new fast food restaurant, sports medicine center and 32-unit con- dominium project -- GLOBE salutes Klein Honda -- Marshall Elementary students spend day as pioneers -- March 2 -- Frank Gadwa, Pinewood principal, announces retirement after 30 years with the Marysville School District -- school board okays bid for turf repair at Quil Ceda Stadium -- Council reviews ordinances involving rezone of downtown business area and at establishing land-use regulations aimed at Downtown Redevelopment -- GLOBE salutes Totem Nursery and Gift Shop -- Women of the Moose pre- sent donation to area convalescent homes -- March 9 -- County Council announces $8 million project to im- prove Marine Drive -- Mayor Brennick assures residents Downtown Redevelopment plan won't be adopted KEN ROGERSANDMIKEBOWIE ENJOY TRIUMPHS OF PAST YEAR until everyone has chance to speak -- Lions Club puts $1000 towad purchase of trailer to haul festival float -- GLOBE salutes Tingley's Home Video -- March 16 -- Council approves an- nexation of Ed Hayes' 236 acres after 10 year try by Hayes -- MPHS Tom- miettes Dance Team places second in State competition -- eleven year old boy dies as result of bicycle-pick-up collision -- Seven Lakes Sewer District looks to raising $79,000 to qualify for matching funds to restore water sup- plies -- objections voiced regarding County's possible choice of Lake Loma as landfill site -- GLOBE staff and many friends mourn passing of Clara Kaald, longtime Marysville resi- Deming said leaving job at Paso Rabies Word was received last week of the resignation of Rick Deming, former Ci- ty Administrator and more recently ap- pointed to the same position for the Ci- ty of Paso Rubles, Calif. According to officials in that city. Darning left because of differences with the City Council in relation to policy and other matters. H~s resigna- tion will be effective Jan. 2, it was reported. Deming served as the local ad- ministrator for five years, resigning in June, 1983, to take the California post. Prior to coming to Marysville he was with the City of Normandy Park. dent and GLOBE employee -- March 23 -- Sentiment continues to grow against Seven Lakes landfill proposal -- nearly 1,000 athletes participate in Special Olympics Winter Games -- final EIS for Downtown Redevelop- ment Plan ready for review -- between 300-400 youngsters are fingerprinted by volunteers from Sheriff's office and Midway Fire Department -- March 30 -- Council ponders business permit re- quest by owners of Video West, asking for community impact statement -- Maryfest seeks old festival photos -- GLOBE salutes Smokey Point Video -- Cub Scout Pack 84 sponsors Pinewood Derby -- The Wheedle thrills kids and grown-ups with visit to local Skate-lnn to promote Skate for Heart program -- Toastmistress Club being organized -- April 6 -- School District launches fight against alcohol and drug abuse -- 26 young women vie for title of 1983 Strawberry Festival Queen -- Video West has 14 days to decide whether to close their doors, remove X-rated films from shelves, or appeal Council's deci- sion to deny business license -- Seven Lakes Water District still $21,000 short of goal to claim matching funds by April 16 -- GLOBE salutes Can-Am Fabrication -- Sheriff Bob Dodge laun. ches third campaign -- Diabetes Association sets Sunday's Bike-A- Than -- Smokey Point C of C welcomes scads of kids to Easter Egg Hunt -- the Tulalip Tribes unveils it new fish hatchery -- and plans for June 1 opening of $4 million bingo parlor -- Dr. Terrence Clark, local optometrist, to head County Optometric Society for 1983-84 -- County receives grant for food bank -- April 13 -- Ray Treichel's (Continued on Page 3) SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Tuesday, Jan. 3: *Cooks' Choice Soup and Sandwich, *Apple Wedge, *Milk, Peanut Butter Cookie Wednesday, Jan. 4: *Burrito with Cheese/Enchilada Sauce, Seasoned Vege- table, *Carrot Sticks, *Applesauce, *Milk *Lite Lunch--Elementary I would like to announce to you, tbat here at Roy Robinson Cbetrrolet, we are now, also, a full line Motorbome and Travel Van dealer. ,You are cordially invited to come in and inspect them. 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