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PAGE TWO Monroe Monitor, Movroe, Wash., July 21, l g60 THE mOnROE mOnITOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomlsh and Snoquaimle Valleys, per year . ................. $3.00 Outside Monroe, Skykomlsh arm Snoqualmle Valleys, per year .... $3.50&apos; Official Paper of Town of Monroe and Town of Skykomlsh Address all mail to PO Box 398. Monroe, Washington. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. WARD BOWDEN ..................................................................... Publisher HOWARD VOLAND ..................................................... Editor Dickson Funeral Set For Saturday Funeral services for William L. Dickson, 88, Monroe, will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Purdy and Kerr Funeral chapel. Mr. Dick- son died at Monroe General hospi- tal Monday. Born in California on August 10, 1971, be had lived in Monroe since i Surviving are his widow, Alice, at home; four step-daughters, Mrs. Muriel Knowles, Seattle, Mrs. Dor- othy Zingmark, Rt. 2, Snohomish, Mrs. Margaret Shirley in Califor- nia and Mrs. Stella Welborn, Rt. 2, Everett; three nieces, two nephews, 14 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. ReD. George Kopper will offici- ate at the services. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery. A dvertiseinent On the Right "Track" Jab Fisher, the local s4tlqn- master, tells a story that hap- pained last winter during one of ram" worst bllmmrds. Seems there was a Center City salesman down at the de- pot waiting for the scheduled i:02 train. Storm raging the way it was, small town, why, the poor chap pictured himself stranded for days. Suddenly a train emerged from the storm and creaked to a stop. It was the 8:02, right on time! The happy salesman shook Jeb's hand and said: "Weather like thi and your 8:02 is right nn time!" "Hate to disillusion you, son," said J'eb, "but this is yesterday's 8: 02." From where I sit.., things aren't always what they first appear to be. For example, there's the fellow whose first impression is that only iced tea is real refreshment, but not beer, which I prefer. Sure he's entitled to his opinion, but he's got to respect mine too. That's tolerance and that's something we've got to "train" ourselves to have more of. Copyright, 1960, United States Brewers Foundation An extension phone for'the kitchen* keeps you in touch, saves steps and costs only about four cents a day. Available in colors, too. Call our business office today.' *or in shop, den, laund, room pr bedroom. Serving the fastest Mowing communities in the U.8.,4. WEST COAST TELEPHONE COMPANY Smith Buildings Lawrence Davidson Completes QM Course Fort Lee, Va.--Army Pvt. Lawr- The 23-year-old soldier entered p,t%m-'e'e ence R. Davidson, whose wife, the Army last January and com- Elaine, lives at 362 S. Sam St., pleted basic combat training at recently completed the four-week Fort Ord, Calif. Town councilmen voted last week to refuse permits for the repair of the SnSth Buildings, gutted by fire July 12, as per municipal ordi- nance. Thus, the buildings in effect became a total loss. Local law dictates that when and if certain types of buildings in the fire zone are destroyed by fire to the extent of 50 per cent of the value they cannot be repaird. The acting fire chief submitted that both structures were destroyed beyond 50 per cent of the total value, hence the council's action. Jean Smith Makes WSU Honor Roll The spring semester honor roll at Washington State University was announced this week. To make the WSU honor roll, students must have 50 or more grade points, based on lass hours times grade points. The names underlined werd, in addition, on a special list of 93 students who have a minimum of 12 hours "A" grades and a total of 64 or more grade points made up from their "A" and "B" grades only. (Points on "C" and "D" grades are not counted). Ranking high in scholarship from the Monroe vicinity was Jean Ann Smith, of Route 1, Box 532, Mon- roe. 0 NOTICES IN THE SUPERIOR coURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH No. 30113 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE In the Matter of the Estate of MARY BLOOM, Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CECIL W. KERR, adminis- trator of the above estate, will sell at private sale and for cash the following described real estate: Beginning at the intersection of center line of Hill Street and Kel- sey Street, in the Town of Mon- roe; thence East 27.5 feet to East line of Kelsey Street; thence North along East line of Kelsey Street 190 feet to point of begin- ning; thence East 116.5 feet; thence North parallel with East line of Kelsey Street 41 feet; -thence West 116.5 feet; thence South to point of beginning, being portion of SWV4 of NE% of Sec- tion 1. Township 27 N. R. 6 E. W. M., situate in the County of Sno- homish, State of Washington; to the highest and best bidder. Bids must be submitted in writing and may be left with the attorney for the administrator, H. Jim Hart, at 114 South Lewis Street, Monroe, Washington. Bids will be received  until the date of sale. The sale will be made on or after August 19, 1960. The administra- tor reserves the right to reject any and all bids. CECIL W. KERR Administrator H. JIM HART' Monroe, Washington Attorney for Estate Published July 21 and 28, 1960. HIGH in food values! LOW in calories... L O N G on flavor! ORDER YOUR DARIGOLD BUTTERMILK TODAY AT YOUR DOOR OR FAVORITE STORE IN THE SUPERIOR coURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY No. 30264 NOTICE TO CRF_ITORS In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM A. BAKER, Deceased Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and is now the qualified administrator of the estate of WILLIAM A. BAK- ER, deceased. That all persons having claims against said deceas- ed are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on admin- istrator, or Attorney at the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of the said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after July 21, 1960, the date of first publication of this Notice. ROBERT C. BAKIgR Thomas P. Gable. Attorney For Administrator 312 Colby Building Everett, Washington Published July 21, 28 and August 4, 1960. parts supply course at The Quar- termaster School, Fort Lee, Va. Davidson received training in the procedures employed in identifying, classifying, requisitioning and issu- ing parts for quartermaster equip- ment and machinery. A 1955 graduate of Tolt High School, Carnation, he was employ- ed by Pacific Telephone and Tele- graph Company, Seattle, before en- tering the Army. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon G. Davidson, live on Route 1, Carnation. Announcing... the " Affiliation Of GEORGE WRIGHT i " ELECTRICIAN with MONROE Hardware & Snorting Goods Monroe Shopping Center . PY 4-3701 p 7. < ,,00CAg-faa00 /dOT t Only 1 x/2 % of the weight of the tin plate can is fin.-- The Book of Metals. Full measure of good treatment is yours HERE. We'd enjoy serving you, catering to your wants. Mey we anti- =ipate your visit -- TODAY? MONROE MOTOR CLINIC CLYDE KNOX & KEN DPTOTELL 121 S. Lewis, Monroe PYramid 4-3787 MEET THE FRIENDLY FOLKS WHO HOME-TOWN IN INVITE YOU TO to play 'HOLLER DOLLAR' the NOVEL NEW Fun Game HOLLER DOLLAR RULES 1. New Dollar bill will be spent each Men day morning with one of the participating Monroe merchants. Serial number of that dollar will be posted Monday noon in stores of "sponsoring merchants" listed below. Find that dollar before Wednesday noon, present it to sponsoring merchant, and receive all of jackpot total. If found after Wednesday noon (the serial number of this week's Holler Dollar is published below) ou receive half of jackpot total. Each week's dollar is void after 6 p.m. Saturday. Copyright 1959, Bar-V Holler Dollar Is Brought To You Each Week By... II I HOLLER DOLLA.R 2. No phone aalls to sponsoring mer- . chants. You must visit store to copy serial number. Purchase not required. 3. $16.00 will be added each week to jack- Pot. 4. Store personnel of participating and non-participating merchants not elgible for jackpot. 5. Check name of next week's "sponsor ing merchants" listed below and visit" those stores early for jackpot. 6. SHOP IN MONROE. Check serial num- bers of your dollar bills and enjoy this rewarding game. Adv. All Rights Reserved THIS WEEK'S HOLLER DOLLAR SERIAL NUMBER g 557 750 05 A To Receive Cash Prize Bring this do|lar to one of these Sponsoring Merchants CAIP, BELUS Fom,ly Shoes "We Strive To Satisfy" Byron Hardware "Everything In Ht.dwar P O.K. SUNDRIES Fountain -. Gifts Cosmetics AL'S CAFE Newt Frost Evergreen Inn NEWT'S CHEVRON SERVICE DeMonbrun Service Wheel AIlgnment . Oib Mobil Gas - Steam Clean Newt's Chevron Service Jim & Lyle Cummings CUMMINGS BROS. DEPT. STORE Burr Main " MONROE HARDWARE & SPORTING GOODS M0.r0e snmcb FIRST NATIONAL BANK of EVERETT NeLl McCaffery PRICE-RITE GROCERY Cummings Bros. Department Store THIS WEEK WORTH I Holler Dollar Is Brought To You Each Week By . . . MORSE VARIETY Gifts - Stationery Nofiom Monty's Manet Fresh Fruit Produce VALLEY FEED "Everythg In Farm and Garden Supplied' PRICE.RITE Grocery Coast-To-Coast (Western Supply) TRI-VALLEY PHARMACY Monroe Shopping Monroe Hardware & Sprflng Goods WHEELER APPLIANCE Next Week's Sponsoring Merchants Will Be MONTY'S MARKET O.K. SUNDRIF..5 VALLEY FEED MORSE VARIETY