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! /P Friday, June 2'4, 1927 From Our Gorrespondenls (continued from page six) home of Mrs. Chiasson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A, Casey. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Marsolais and family spent Sunday at Lake Stevens picnicking. Mrs. Robert Heckman attended the Opening of the Community hall on Friday night at Mukilteo. Chas. Kempel is giving the front of his store a new coat of paint this week. Directors of the school board met Friday night at the high school. Re- gular business was attended to. Emile Petitclerc was allowed the contract price of $464 for the construction of tle wood shed. A vote was taken to allow painting of the shed. Mrs. Lloyd Hayward and little son Dixon left for ler home Seattle Sun- day after a two-week's visit with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Prather. ++++++++ + ++++++ { ,uv.,, ! ++++ Mr. and Mrs. Lon C. Brown of Sno- homish, were Duvall visitors Wednes- day. Harvey Funk sold his milk route to the Anderson Dairy of Bothell. Jesse Taylor has gone to the train- ing camp at Camp Lewis, for the summer. Mrs. Kate Daugherty has gone to Seattle to visi't her daughter Mrs. Ross. Mrs. Victor Plovie's auction sale of the contents of the Forest Inn, Thurs- day, was very satisfactory, the con- tents being sold at an unexpected price, but the building remains un- sold. Col. Garrison of Everett, was the auctioneer and C. Beadon Hall of Duvall, clerked the sale. Mrs. W. M. Godwin has gone to Monroe for a few diays, to be under the care of Dr. Cooley, for burns she received while taking electric treat- ments some time previous. She will be at the Gale hospital. The infant .son of S. W. Hillier of Sultan passed away at 10 o'clock p. m. Thursday. The parents have many relatives and friends here who sym- pathize very deeply with them. Mrs. M. W. Gibbons and daughter Kitty of Seattle, were out to visit Mrs. George Stromberg, another daughter Tuesday. Mrs. Gibbons re- turned that evening, Kitty remaining over the rest of the week. Mrs. Eva Wyval and daughter Emma of Shelton were vi.siting their relatives J. L. Perkins, this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Hi Wallace were Sun- day, evening callers at the home of James Wallace jr. Mrs. Phil Andrews and sons of Se- attle, are visiting with relatives over the week end. Mrs. Mumsberg was a Sunday visi- tor at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Louis Marvold. Mrs. Harvey Funk and daughter Oliva, have gone to spend the week with her father, Mr. Lyons at Meadowdale. Mrs. Blaker and son spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Helen Perkins. Mrs. William Hayes visited with her people i Seattle Monday. Ward Roney is taking the bar ex- aminations at Olympm on Wednes- day. Neighbors  Funk, Stapleton, polus, Vickery and Mercereau, ed the King county convention Royal Neighbors of America, held on June 18 at Redmond. The convention was well attended by camps from all over the county. The next meeting will be held at Juanitm Officers elec- ted for the coming year are as fol- lows: Presklent, Neighbor Nelson, Juanita Camp; vice-president, Neigh- bor Evergreen, Camp Redmond; Chancellor, Neighbor Iverson, Echo Camp_, Snoqualmie; Receiver, Neigh- bor MeKnight, Iona Camp, Bothell. Dinner was served by the Kokomis club of Redmond. Initiation put on by Juanita Camp and four members initated. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sherblom of Se- attle were Sunday visitors at the home of Clarence Vickery. Mrs. Ella J. Viekery, Mrs. Ethel Wiggins and family of Carnation, ac- comlanied by John Mahana of Cali- fornia were visitors at the home of C. R. Victory Tuesday. Mrs. Georgia Funk, Delia Mercer- can, Theresa Stapleton, Pearl Vick- ery, Maria Uropolus attended the Royal Neighbors convention at Red- mond Saturday. They report having had a lovely time. THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Jess visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook of Snohomish on Monday.eve- nin,. [ Mrs. Ethel Drennen and Mrs. J. A. I Cedargreen visited at the Jess bmitn home on Friday evening. I Mrs. Jack Coles and Mr. C. P.] Webner were business visitors in Ev-I erett Monday. Lloyd Mabon is planning to teach at Puyallup next year and not here, as before stated. Mildred Coles vsited with friends dren were Bellingham visitors over near Everett Monday. the week end. The children remained  for a two week's Stay. . .++1 Mrs. E. G. Hunt and Mrs. C. W. SKYKOMISH Eastern Star grand chapter in Se- . ,Miller are i.n attendance this week at . . attle. ] + *  * I Mrs. Paul Fournier and Miss Louis A government pack train of twenty ! Fournier visited Index friends Men- horses and mules was brought here Wednesday coming over the pass by the Beckler river way. Miss Ella Timpe came down from Bellingham Monu/ay for a few days visit with the home folks MAss Walter of Everett s the gues of her sister, Mrs. A. F. Green. Mrs. Roberts of Litchfield, Ill., a rived Friday for a summer's visit with her son Harvey and wife. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Perry and son Roy expect to leave overland on July 2 iora two months trip to Spring- field, Ill., the home of Mr. Perry's Jarents. Mrs. H. W. Bean and son Arthur and grandson Billy of Everett were Wednesday guests of the Cashman. Mis Flora Micone celebrated her thirteenth birthday Monday by invit- ing in her school grade. Mrs. Walter Anderson assisted. Miss Jennie Sheridan of Seattle was the guest last week of her mother, Mrs. Sheridan and her sis- ter, Mrs. Frank Sulton. Miss Shen dan had just returned from a month's trip east. Mrs. Fred McCabe and daughter Mac and son James spent a few days in Seattle last week. Mrs. M. E. Cameron is visiting Bel- ligham relatives for two weeks. Mrs. C. W. Handy entertained a few young people in her home on Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Coy_or Harley who with her parents left Thursday for their new home in Spokane Mrs. Isabel Lawrence made a busi-i ness trip to Vancouver, B. C. Satin. Oay. Lois and Doris Mabon left Sunday for a month's visit to their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pemister at Mount Vernon. Mesdames J. H. Gibson, J. B. Wat- kins, Paul Fournier and William Bowers attended the King county Royal Neighor convention at Red- mond Saturday.. They report a splen- did meeting. Mrs. Edna Brown of Everett spent the weekend with her daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Watkins and Mrs. Henry Wmpe. and Mrs. Archie Dean are grieved over the unexpected death of their little daughter Verna June who was born to them on Sunday and died that same evening. Purdy & Sons laid the tiny form to rest in Monroe cemetery Monday: The deep sym- pathy of a host ,f friends goes out o Mr. and Mrs. Dean. -A splendid Flag day program ann Americanization lesson was given a the W. C. T. U. meeting on Thurs- day at the home of Mrs. E. G. Hunt. The P.-T. A. has changed the date of the movies from Friday evenings to Wednesday evenings. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hunt and chil- day, Skykomish local ball team defeated Sultan 4 to 1 on Sultan's field Sun- day. Several carloads of fans arm rooters went along. Mrs. Webber, dfistriet organizer of Women of Mooseheart legion was here Monday and organized a class of 23. The following named officers were selected Senior regent, Maude Newton; past senior regent, Freda Phillips; junior regent, Clara Bowers; recorder, Mildred Pease; treasurer, Dorothy Marshall; chaplain, Margaret Henry; guides, Lottie Raymond and Esther Korns; guards, Esther Four- nier and Marion Ferguson; musici'an Nell Phillips. The new order gives promise of a fine organization, i G. S. Hopkins was up from Seattle this week and moved his household goods to their new location; where they have purchased an apartment house, occupying an apartment and leasing the others. +-++ WAGNER MILL NEWS ; 4. ++ Mr. and Mrs. Basil Lisle are re- joicing over the arrival of a baby boy born Sunday, June 19. Mrs. Ben Vervinda and Mrs. O. Korslund were business vi.sitors in Everett Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul Fields visited in camp Sunday. They have recently moved from Seattle to Monroe. Mr. Fields having accepted a position at the Knight barber shop Mrs. G. J. Schmidt motored to We- natchee Thursday, returning Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fields and daughters Alice and Duane, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frede- velt at Snohomish. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Colison have moved to Park Place. Mrs. Charles Hawkins and daugh- ter, Carol spent the week end in Ta- coma visiting relatives. Mrs. J. Robertson had the mis- fortune of cutting her hand quite badly Sundy while gathering ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson and sons, Bob and Don, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bonter and son Francis, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Schmidt picnicked at Blackmow lake Monday evening. Mr. and .ils. A. A. Fields went to Seattle Friday, returning Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walters and two little daughters were visiting friends in camp Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Wheeler and children of Dutton, Mont, arrived Thursday eve- ning for an indefinite visit-with her parents, Mr. and: Mrs. John Novis. i Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Seattle were guests at the Robertson home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lindley andl children, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Baldwin and children, Miss Awanda Montay and Duan and Alice Fields were pic- nicking at Lake Roseiger Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fields, Guy and Frank-Fields and Carl Cummings joined them after supper. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Verlinde and children with Mr. and Mrs. O. Kors- lund and children motored to Juanita beach Sunday. The eighth grade of the Wagner school district held graduation exer- cises Saturday evening. The program was as follows: Processional, Miss Dorothy Spoon; vocal solos, Mrs. E. Titus; the Rev. Mr. White of Seattle, speaker of the evening gave a fine address; dplomas were presented by Everett Taylor to Esther Nyblom, Norma Tempens, Vivian Hickman, Clara Sandberg, Oyga Sandberg, Don Green, Albin Nyblom, Adrian Speaks, Robert McCord, Guy Fields, Guy Mc- Kenzie, Carl Manscreck and Bert Armstrong. Certificates of award were given those who had been neith- er tardy nor absent during the year. A piano solo was then given by Miss Dorothy Spoon, after which the pro- gram was closed with a brief remark by O. E. Green, clerk of the school board. Mrs. M. Merril of Los Angeles is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Pederson. Jack O'Flarety and family of Se- attle visited' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William McKenzie. nr.[mr- 1assilted i | lllWIllllllllllilliIXlllllllllllllllWImur'qlllllUIlilllllllmllll FOR SALE canary bird!, German singer, cheap. Inquire'Mrs. George Armbrust, R. 2, iBex 312, Monroe, Wash. 15-2t* ! FOR SALE--Forest Inn, $1000, terms Mrs. Victor Plovie, Duvall, Wash. 15-3t FOR SALE--One ton Ford truck with Worford transmission, good condi- tion. Also eight hundred white leg- horn pullets, three months old. Ted Herzog, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 278, Mon- roe. 3t FOR SALE--Four weeks old Rhode Island, Red, Barre Rock, Jersey A With the Same MOUNT FOREST + m*++++++++++++ ls. Lloyd Mabon and son, Jess, eallec at the Guy Streeter home on Wednesday. Maxine Smith spent a week at the , Ar o Care andSkill! Mrs. R. Fallen and son Jerome } Warner visited at the Jack Coles home on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mabon had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Webner, Mr. and Mrs. Jess ' '2. L_ L ....... Wo use the same care and skill in building ad shaping the advertise- ments placed in this paper that the Potter uses in molding his wares. (A PHONE CALL TO 1291 ) WILL BRING THIS VALUABLE SERVICE TO YOUR OFFICE Smith and children, Maxine and VeryL Mr. and Mrs. Nick Person an Mr. and Mrs. Emil Joha-on of Monroe at- tended a concert at Meany hall "n Seattle Monday evening. Troop No. One of Monroe, Boy Scouts, in charge of G. H. Bevensee assistant scout-master, climbed Mt. Stickne_y Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs.  oyd Mabon and son Jess, Mrs. Jess Smith and son Veryl motored to Puyalup Saturday where Mr. Mabon transacted business. The Fefly group of Campfire Girls visited at Camp Pox-a-Put on Friday. Llbyd Mabon plans to visit at Camp Kelc_ema for two months. He will leave Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Irw of Sunnyside ealed at the C. P. Wemner home Sunday. Jack Coles was home from Alpine over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mabon and on To aid us in this important work we have a specially prepared series of illustrations that add greatly to the pulling power o our advertising. TheM00Monitor Page Seven Black Giant chicks. Mrs. Wm. John- son, Phone 159W1. 2t FOR RENT FOR RENT--Three-room furnished house. Everett MacDougall. 15-tf FOR RENTFive-room modern house. Everett MacDougall. 15-tf FOR RENT--New five-room cottage with from one to 20 acres. Care- taker the object. See Hoover or Gib- bons at the old Florence Logging camp. 13-4t* MISCELLANEOUS TEN D(kLLARS -- Special on Per- manent waves given by Mr. Schaeffer, assistecl by Miss Bouch- ; ard, formerly of the Ambassador gether with lroog of such service must be filed with the Clerk of th Court within six (6) months after tl date of the *k's publication of notice. A. G. HINCKLEY, Administrator with the will annexed of the above en- titled estate- LLOYD L. BLACK, Attorney for said administra- tor with the will annexed and for the estate, Commerce Building, Everett, Wash. Date of first publication June 3, 1927. Date of last publicatiov. June 24, 192% I E. T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts hotel shop, Los Angeles. Marinello Shop, 2809 Colby Ave., Everett. 15-2t ! PRACTICAL nurse with 20 years experience would like your patron- age. Mrs. Olive Handley, Phone 213. 14-4t* BARBER TRADE TAUGHT  We have a number of ood positions for our graduating students, write or call at once, and we will make reserv- ation for you. The old recognized Barber College, Moler's, Seattle, Washington, Beginners department, finishing department, M-223 Occiden- tal avenue, 105 Sewart St., 13-tf Monroe, Washington Office Phone Red 1496 Residence Phone Red 1122 G.F. COOK LAWYER Notary Public 324 Stokes Building EVERETT, WASH. SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. No. MARY-LUCILLE SLATER, Plainti;f versus FRANCIS L. SLATER, De- fendant. The State of Washington: To th:t above named defendant, FRANCIS L. SLATER: You are hereby summoned to appea': within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum- mons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 24th day of June, 1927, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgmen: will be rendered against you accord- ing to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said court. The object of said action i for a divorce, from the defendant upon the ground of cruelty and non-support. S. A. BOSTWICK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice address: 410- 11 Colby Building, Everett, Washing- ton. First publication June 24, 1927. Last publication August 5, 1927. PERCY P. COOLEY, M.D. I! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON [| Monroe [| Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 [| Office Over Frst National 1| Bank Building '7 DR. A. M. ZAREMBA Dentist Monroe National Bank Bldl. MONROE, WASHINGTON DR. C. W. ROBEN 1 Dentist I Dolloff Block. /7, I ' w -- Minard Allison, M. D. Physician and Surgeo Office at Monroe General [| Hospital Phones: Office 231--Res. 14A W .r" MOUNTAIN m Two Daily l)eliveel IJi Whipping Cream that will  All Orders Promptly  [| Milk from T. B. Tegt  ]| A.  II Telephone $ C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTO Phones: Office 691; House 8 JJ Best and Prompt rvice Snoho NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Curt of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomish. No. 7812. In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN McNAUGHTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un- dersigned that he has been appointed and has qualified as executor of the last will of John McNaughton, de- ceased; and all creditors of said de- ceased, and all persons having cla-:s against said deceased or against his estate are hereby notified and rc- quired to serve the same duly verified on the undersigned executor at 2605 Third Street, Seattle, Washington, or on G. F. Cook, his attorney of record, Everett, Washington, and file the same with the clerk of the above en- titled court, together with proof of r-- such servie, within six months after E.E. Purdy & Sons the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, within six months UNDERTAKERS after the 17th day of June, 1927.  Telephone 131 H. C. MeNAUGHTON, Snohomish Office  Pho 4 Executor. Monroe, Wan First publication June 17, 1927. ,  Last publication July 8, 1927. [ " 1 NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR PLUMBING OR SHEET DISTRIBUTION I METAL WORK [| In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in ar for the County I of Snohomih. No. 6075. In the Matter of the Estate of CARL A. DENNEY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Grace D. Hubbard, the administratrix de  ' " bonis non of the estate of Carl A. Denney, deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement her final re- port. and therewith a petition for dis- tribution of said estate, and the same have been filed with the clerk of tr above entitled court; and that the i court is aske to settle such report, and distribute the property of said estate to the person or persons en- titled thereto, and discharge said ad- mmistratrix de bonis non; and the cour has fixed Tuesday, the fifth day of July, 1297, at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, in Department No. 2 of said court, in the Courthouse, in Everett, Snohomish County, Whshington, as the time and place for hearing said report and petition for distribution. GRACE D. HUBBARD, Administratrix de bonis non of the Estate of Carl A. Denney, Deceased. First publication June 3, 1927. Last publication June 24, 1927. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Together With Notice of Appoint- ment and Qualification of Adminis- trator, With the Will Named. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington n and for the County of Snohomish. No. 7737. In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT R. MARS, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, A. G. Hinckley, that h been duly appointed and has duly qualied as the administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Robert R. Mars, decease, and notice is further given to the creditors and all persons having claims against saia deceased or against said estate to serve such claims on Lloyd L. Black, tIe attorney, ofrecord for said ad- ministrator with the will annexed, and said estate, at his offices, Com- merce building, Everett, Washington within six (6) months from the 3rd day of June, 1927, and* notice is further given that such claims to- Two Dellvenes D-- Have Your. Milk H Two Delivwie