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Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe, WA, May !975 A Bicycle Rodeo is being planned at Mon- roe-Maltby Elemen- tary School for May 7, spQnsored by the Maltby Parents Tea- cher Club. Scheduled from 1 to 3 p.m., the rodeo will be conducted for grades three through SiX. Emphasis will be placed on bicycle safe- ty as members of the Washington State Pat- rol Safety Division will conduct bike safety in- spections. Brakes, handlebar alignment and bike size in rela- tion to the rider will be checked. In addition young- sters will be checked on their knowledge of safety rules and will have an opportunity to demonstrate their rid- ing skills, For safety purposes, only those children who usually ride their bicycles to school will be allowed to do so. Others will have to be transported to the school parking lot. To make transporation arrangements, call 568-4472 or 794-4472 by May 5. PREPARED BY 8&e PRESS SERVICE Skyline Stables 1116 83rd Avenue Southeast Well Child Clinic Set The montly Monroe Well-Child Clinic will be held at Valley Gen- eral Hospital May 15, from 9:30 - 12 noon and from 1 - 3 p.m. These clinics are held on the third Thursday of each month and are conducted by the Sno- homtsh Health District for the purpose of examination, immun- ization and health sup- ervision of well infants and pre-school child- ren. Appointments with Dr. Cook, the physi- clan, may be made for the afternoon session by calling 794-7497. The reputation of Skyline Stables has been achieved through service and satisfaction. When- ever you're in need of riding instructions or have a horse to. be trained or boarded, Skyline Stables is the place to go. They are located at 1116 83rd Avenue Southeast, Everett, phone 334- 5900. At Skyline Stables the prices are right. You cannot go wrong by trading with this firm. They stand behind every transaction. They are aware that to please a customer is to keep a customer. Therefore they will do everything in their power to please you and your equestrian friends. Stop in and talk with them today. Bonanza Auto Sales & Gull Gas Station Charles Hill- Owner Bonanza Auto Sales is located at 2516 Broad- way in Everett, phone 252-0677. Cars aresold, bought, and traded. The Gull Gas Station is located at 2502 Broadway in Everett, phone 258- 1818. If you are looking for a real buy in a used car, here is the place to visit. They are able to supply your demands in a way that will be very pleasing to your pocketbook. You will find a choice selection ofusedcarsofall makes, all in excellent condition. These cars have been fully checked over, and have many miles of fine driving left in them. They also have a U-Haul dealership and station. Look over the fine selection of used cars offered by Bonanza Auto Sales. They also fea- ture a large selection of 4-wheel drive, 2 1/2 i h.ucks. They are known in our section for good deals and fair dealings. We the editors of this 1975 Review highly reco- mmend this fine used car dealer to all of our readers. Fashion Beauty Salon 46th & Evergreen Way Velma Johns & Walter Warner - Owners The Fashion Beauty Salon is located at 4532B Evergreen Way in Everett, Washington. Their service includes shampooing, styling and permanents. They accomplish all phases of beauty work according to the latest REDKEN scientific methods of hair and skin analysis, that are now being used. Ifyoudesire outstand- ing beauty work in preference to Just the ordin- ary shampoo and set, this is the shop to become a client. They are familiar with hair: styling, and have an abundance of information and knowledge as to what should be done with hair or skin. The atmosphere is pleasant and comfortable and the hair stylists are congenial. REDKEN quality products are for sale here for both and women for your personal hair or complexion problem analysis, scientifically performed by REDKEN methods. Phone 252- 6711 for an appointment today. You'll be glad you did. MONROE. PRESENTS Fri. & Sat. May 2 & 3 8p. m. Frank Wagner Memorial Auditorium Adults $1.50 Students 75 You save money WORKMEN WERE busy placlng finishing touches owns a large portion of land in the area and on Monroe's newest addition to the business Law said that the building was already corn- when you place community, a combination storage andcommer- pletely rented. He added that if enough in- cial building, located at the end of Monroe terest is expressed in another similar struc- alJ your st -eet. The new 60' by 24' structure is owned ture for storage of personal property such as insurance with by the Monroe Community Development Com- boats and trailers, his company may be willing party, comprised of Jack Law, George Kopper, to construct it. George Ness and Mike Gohl. The Company --Staff Photo Savings! Just one advantage of having all your insurance with Farmers. Your Farmers Agent will .point out many more when you call him. It's sensible to put all your insurance with one company ... one agent-with Farmers. GEORGE SANDBAK .522 E. Main Monroe 794-8581 USE, READ MONITOR CLASSIF IED ADS...794-7116 Offers a Complete Line of Auto Parts New Location 215 N. Lewis 794-6500 SALES & SERVICE 794-5311 Monroe Shopping Center Hwy 2 Sultan 793-2202 HOMELITE & STIHL CHAINSAWS Easy Catalog Way 119 E. Main St. 794-741] Monroe. Wash. Gold Bar, Index, Snohomish Sultan. Start'up call Toll Free ZEnith 9689 CRAIG RECORDER5 Nailing, Taping & Texturing Better- Not Cheaper Monroe Bearcats continued to cruise along in the top spot of the Northwest AA baseball loop with a flawless 4-0 slate. The Cats struck down their latest league foe, Arlington, last week, 3-2, with a clutch per- formance in the bottom stretch. Jeff McDowell helped punch in the winning Fire Emergency Gordon Soma Insurance Agency Complete Insurance I03 I/2 West Main My, urge. Washington 98272 PHONE: 794-8759 Dick's Tire .Haus (Petrlsor's) Complete Ttre Serv. New. Used & Recaps 320 E. Mein 794-7103 - i i Wiring, Heating Air Conditioning Anne & F reemont 794-6133 The Green House 568-4044 Complete service florist with you in mind gift items books Hallmark line JWeddtn & FunerattJ Next to Snohomish Auto Parts GgL BODY SHOP GLASS WORK AUTO BODY, PAINT II 1/2 &Lewis, 794-8158 SERVICE, INC. ~'The Lives We Save are in the Valley. " Experienced Emergency Medical Technicians Appliance Repair 101 E. Hill We Sell & Service SPEED OUEEN irlpoOl KltchenAid, PAUL'S PUMPER Septic Tank Service (Formerly Harry's) 793-6845 or 793-3193 Serving The Sky Valley LOBO CANOPIES Stock or Made to Order Sales - Repairs 794-5300 next to Pan-'Alaska H & J Custom UPHOLSTERY Pillows Renewed $8 a pair Savoy Bldg., Main Street 794 -4477 Plumbing Supplies Window Glass Installation Electrical Supplies Housewares Paint Sporting Goods Hunting & Fishing Licenses Roto-Matic Service 120 W. Main Manroe Sewing Machine New Viking World's Only Non-Oiling Machine SALES REPAIRS RENTALS Viking Sewing Center 2709 Wetmore,Everett 113 E. Main St. Monroe 794-5858 Fly with, Irv .. EL Vl,'V; F RAN('H Travel Agent MERCER ISLAND TRAVEL Big Savings on Bicentennial Fares tag with a bunt single in the seventh frame sending Dave Witthuhn across the plate. Witthuhn made it to the bags earlier on a free trip. He advanced to third when Mick Dickinson swatted a single. Then McDowell laid down his bunt. In the opening stanza, the Bearcats jumped off to a quick advantage when Dwight Bickler poked a double to drive in a pair of scores. Dan Gilbert posted the win on the mound with 10 strike-outs, boosting his personal re- cord to 5-1. Monroe gained six team hits and committed one error. McDowell turned in the top performance at the plate as he made it to the bags twice in four trips and drove in the game deciding r.b.i. The triumph placed the Cats two games into the NWAA lead with six contests remaining. Over the weekend the local diamond squad split a twinbill with Tahoma. Monroe dropped the first match 10-8 and bounced back with a 7-5 decision. Dickinson and Eldon King provided glory for the C ats during the loosing bid. Dickinson popped a long triple to drive in one run and King connect- ed with a two bagger to send in two runs. Dick- inson was good on two out of three trips to the plate and Witthuhn made it to first one out of two runs. Maw was the looser on the mound, dropping his first contest of the year, to leave him with a 5-1 slate. Monroe rebounded with a good team defensive effort during the second match, coach Dennis Coate said. Witthuhn was credttied with a pair of r.b.tds when he smashed a double. He was 2-3 at the plate, leading the hitting attack. Gilbert claimed victory, tossing seven fans, and increased his mark to 6-1. Overall the Bearcats possess a 14-2 season record. Tomorrow, Friday, the local diamond group is slated to host Marysville on the home grass. Game time is set for 3:45 p.m. On May 6, the Cats are scheduled to travel to Pilchuck for a 3:45 encounter. Lacy, Lovely, Lingerie for Morn Long, Short, In-between in Cotton, Polyesters, Nylon ' Many with Robes to Match Also Great Gifts... Cotton Coffee Coats and Dusters Large Assortment harmon' Complete Apparel Store 2nd & Cedar Snohomish 568-4233