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Page Two, Monitor, Monroe, WA,July 3, 1975 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, trader the Act of March 3, 1898. MEMBER LPER Aeso˘lMIon - Founded 1885 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys, per year $6.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys $7.00. Official Newspaper of the City of Monroe and Town of Skykomish. Address all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, Monroe', Washington 98272. Editor & Publisher ..........Howard Voland Office Manager .......... Althea Hendrickson News" Editor .............. Dick Baldwin Advertising ............... Mike Purcell Women's News Editor .... Nellie Robertson Signs On Posts #legal A People who tack signs on electric or tele- phone poles are violating the law according to Monroe Police Chief Chuck Nauman. Recently, more than seventy signs were re- moved from the poles in Monroe and ChiefNau- man said that any signs nailed to the pillars owned by the P.U.D. or telephone company would be removed immediately. The only alternative acceptable for giving di- rections to yard sales, garage sales and so forth is to ask permission of a property owner to put a stake in his yard with the notice attached. Technically, the posting of such signs in the parking strip is also i1 egal since it is city prop- erty, Everett Federal Elects Nord Eric A. Nord, president and c[ airman of the E.A. Nord Co., Everett, is the newly elected Chairman of the Board for Everett Federal Savings & Loan Association, according to Dew- ey R. Barnett, president. Nord heads the world's largest manufacturing plant of stile and rail doors and architectural spindles which he founded 50 years ago in Ev- erett. He has served on Everett Federal's board since June 5, 1935. Everett Federal, headquartered in downtown Everett, has branches in Monroe Silver Lake and a new branch in Lynnwood. Assets total $39 mill ton and the association services 13,500 sav- ers. A mobile unit from the Veterans' Admlnls- tration will be in Monroe on Friday, July II to answer questions of veterans and dependents. The unit, from the regional office in Seattle, will be equipped and staffed to give information concerning educational training, home loans, compensations, pensions and other matters re- lated to veterans. Main Street in front of the Police department, 207 1/2, will be the location of the trailer and it will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. L E G A L N O T I C E Band Registrations IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STA TE OF. WA SHING TON FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT JOHN SHANNAHAN. Deceased. No. P45350 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The undersigned has been ap- pointed and has qualified as personal representative of the estate of the above named de- ceased. Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the un- dersigned personal r~?resenta- ttve or on the attorney of rec- ord at the address stated below and must file an executed copy of the claim with the Clerk of the Court within four months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice or within • four months after the date of the filing of a copy of this no- tice with the Clerk of the Court whichever is the later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provtsious included - tn R.C.W. 11.40. 011, Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors June 26, 1975. Date of first publication July 3, 1975. s/Harriette Reynolds Executrix Route I, Box 218 Monroe, Washington 98272 Knappe & Knappe, Inc., P.S., Lawyers 90 Avenue A Snohomlsh, Washington 98290 Published: July 3, 10 and 17, 1975 Being Taken Now Seventh and eighth grade students wishing to enroll in band for next year should call the Monroe Middle School at 794-7573 be- RUSSELL DEAN, Monroe's new "Ag" teacher, left, FoFoAo Vice President Craig Boyden and Sentinel Terry Johnson are admiring the community service plaque won by their chapter at the state FoFoAo convention in Pullman recently° --Staff Photo Monroe's Future F armers of America chapter has received the "Building Our American Com- munities" area award at the State F.F.A. con- vention in Pullman, Washington, recently. The award was one of nine given in the state and the area involved is comprised of Skagit, Whatcom and Snohomish counties. There are l30 chapters in the state vying for these area awards which are awarded to chapters which have done an outstanding job in improving their respective communities. The local F.F.A. participated in town clean- up week by working one Saturday, donated $90 to the Christmas food drive, donated fireplace wood to the National Guard, aided the Kiwanis Club by loading paper and building a paper box and rendered other small community services° AI Smith from Monroe won second place in the state in the poultry division for his pheasant production. For the last two years, A1 has raised over two thousand pheasants which have been marketed as specialties to restaurants. • Placing second in the state in the Horticulture division was Mike Clayton for his achievement in Greenhouse management. Mike has done an outstanding Job raising flowers for wholesale marketing. His F.F.A. project consists of man- aging four greenhouses and producing a substan- tial amount of flowers each week. use The Duncan and Dick Barr families will host a Dairy Family of the Year open house from 10:30 to 2:30, Saturday, July 12 on the Barr Farm, three miles east of Monroe on the Ben Howard Road. The schedule denotes a tour of the farm and pony rides from 10:30 a.m. to noon, lunch served by the Dairy Wives from noon to 1 p.m. and introduction of the family and hang-gliding demonstration from 1 p.m. to 2:30. There will be a film feature on the dairy farm shown on Channel 3 scheduled as follows: Friday, July 4 at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 9, at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, July 10 at 9 p.m. and Friday, July 11 at 7 p.m. tween 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to register. The class is being filled on a first-come first-served basis. 670 square feet, Ample Parking Ideal for insurance Agency, Accountant, Attorney, Etc. Adjacent to Vantage Realty (Formerly location of Formers Insurance Agency) 114-:i'zi Ask For Bud Busch WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING Ann & Fremont - Monroe - '794-6789 OPEN: 7:30 am to 6 pro, Monday thru Saturday UNIROYAL ................................ 222~22Z22ZSSS22222ZS2 ............. .......... Z ........... j 1327 Avenue D Free Gift Wrapping With Any Purchase II VIRGINIA They can now offer better, faster service to all their friends & customers. Snohomish WEEKDAYS 9:30-9:00 POCKET 1036.95Reg' " "" Reg. 26.95 ............ Jim has joined Virginia at the Shopping Center Barber Shop LAIR Frost and Tip Reg. 5.95 ....... Monroe JIM LISTERINE • 320z. Giant Size • Reg. $2.65 568-2139 II MONEYSAVER 568-4153 SATURDAY 9:30-8:00 SUNDAY !1:00-5:00 *129 126-20....eg ~ - *l'Z 110-12...,.g ,,, ............................. *1as 110-20...,.~ 2oo .............................. *1s= C135-20...,e~ 2oo ............................ *1sz !xposure Kodacolor Film DEVELOPING and PRINTING Includes 110 Size I~r roll L HAIR P RDENT • 96 Tablets • Reg. $2.65 Loving Care Hair Color Lotion gP Reg. \ 1.79 ......... :. CLAIROL Pretty Powder Hair Dryer The round one... A slim powerful styling dryer. Fli iii II , !/HI! .... Reg. , 27.99 ...... PHARMACY ITEMS Ty!enol Aspirin Substitute 100 Count... Reg. 2.69 ................... 99˘ Rhulispray For poisen ivy and $ | sunburn. 60z .... Reg. 2.35 ............... Cutters Insect Repellent Spray 70z .... Reg. 2.59 ....................... i t