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LAKE ROESIGER DUNBAR LUMBER has FREE DELIVERY Every Friday to Lake Roesiger Phone:, 79:4-6446 SKYKOMISH DUNBA lUMBER has FREE DELIVERY [very Thursday 1o S ky k om is h Phone 794 6446 j , Iriginator of Jet Pumps the factd i • r WE WILL BUILD On Your Lot Call or Write FREE BROCHURE Over 30 Plans 3 Bdrm. from $11,995 O'CONNOR & CRONIN Since 1939 353-1104 9700 Hwy. 99 So.. Everett J See the new Viking at Viking Sewing Center Satisfaction Guaranteed New & Used Service All Makes 2709 Wetmore AL 9-2930 z z z ~z HugeSelection Of Open House To Note Mrs. Bloor's Birthday An open house honor- ing Mrs. Dora Bloor on the occasion of her 80th birthday is plan- ned this Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Florian Haufle, 1113 West Main Street. The event, hosted by the Haufles and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bloor, will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. The hosts have asked that there be no gifts. Tel DirectoriesDelivered Delivery of more than ings than the 1970 book. 80,000 new 1971 Ev- It also includes a new erett and vivinttytele- phone directory begins this week, according to General Telephone's district manager Wil- liam Miller. The telephone book zip code map which lists the mailing des- tgnations for all com- munities in the county. Miller stated that fewer directories will be left at eachlocatton. includes listings for In previous years, a 1 1 of Snohomish customers received VIEWING where their new church will be built on Tester County as well as one bookforeachtele- Road were these members of the Church of Jesus Christ the comrntmities of phone instrument. He Camano Island, Sky- indicated many sub- of Latter Day Saints before ground breaking ceremonies scribers did not need or use all the director- ies received. Addi- tional books may be obtained If needed by calling 258-3539 col- lect where necessary. Saturday. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brink of Route 2, Snohomish, and Bishop Ernest Merrill who holds an artist's sketch of the $500,000 church which will be constructed in two phases on four acres a few miles south- west of Monroe. The church will serve the Skykomish to Snohomish area. --Staff Photo (From Page 1) komtsh and Stevens Pass. Despite the economic downturn, the dir- ectory is larger than last year's and con- tains 1,600 more list- commissionership is for the Monroe area. Candidates for the six-year term must be residents of the com- missioner district for which they file. The procedure for filing for a hospital commissionership h a s changed in that nominating petitions are no longer required. Declara- tions of candidacy must, however, be filed withthe County Auditor between 60 and 46 days prior to the general election (September 3 through 17). Park District Declarations of candidacy- must also be filed between September 3 andl7 for the five Monroe Park and Recreation District positions. The board, formed by election of the peo- ple last Fall, is served by Com- missioners George Hieber, Bruce Barnes, Dr. Robert Koop, Dr. Rob- ert Wilcox and George "Bud" Ohlsen, elected at the same time. This will be the first election for the Park and Recreation •District to the county auditor's office, the candidate receiving the highest number of votes will serve for four years and the two candidates receiving the next highest will serve for two years. Thereafter, all com- missioners will be elected for six- year terms. Register Those who wish to register to vote in the September 21 primary must• register by August 21 If they are not already registered. The deadline for closing registration books in advance of the November 2 general election is October 2. Those wishing to register any- where in the county may now do so at the city hall in Monroe under a new, registering system adopted by the county. In the past, the city clerk was able to register only thoserestding• in the city limits. Rural residents may still register at their rural registration headquarters if they prefer .... . .... ,, , ;: since it was formed and, according, . ] Repoir Su,;,;u, nbs .,,,,.., At& - . " . - " . Funeral s e r v tees vounae mmommTemlAt .ourR MOBILE uNrr I~IPPD g Sales and Service E were held Tuesday for wrraawmr.amtN WILL CALL AT YOUR HOME H __,,,, _, ,, ~ Clifford W. Smith, 65, OR APT. FOR DEMONIrrHATION J] /y4-b441 \ ~ of Route 2, who died We Service " g R.rt'. TV B; July 22 following an All Makes H _ .-"" -." "" extended illness. ' Mr. Smith, born July of TV. .................. 29, 1905 in New Jer- sey, had been a Mon- TV SALES &.SERVICE e, 202 W. Main Monroe roe resident since 1967. He was a mem- ber of the Monroe Methodist Church. va//ey A Church Directory . Survivors are his w t f e, Raffield; a daughter, Shirley Ann Macfarlane of Route 2; a son, Clifford L. of Kenai, A 1 a s k a; a brother, Ernest of New Jersey; a sister Mrs, Margaret Cable of New Jersey and four grandchildren. Services were held in the chapel of Purdy & Kerr Funeral Home. Floral OES Plans Sale Sabbath School 9:15 a. m. Church 11 a. m. Wed. Prayer Meeting 7.:30 p. m Welfare Center 10-3 Wed. Monroe August 6,7 Their annual rum' mage sale plus salad bar will be held by the Floral Chapter 117 Order of Eastern Star of Sultan August 6 and 7 at the Sultan Masonic Hall. Home made pie and Community Chapel Lewis and McDougal Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11 Sunday Evening 7:30 Midweek Service 794-8616 or 794-7237 MONROE ELECTRIC lit . . • Monroe Hardware Electrical Contracting 25 Years Serving Monroe Area MONROE: 794-8733 SNOHOMISH: LO 8-4568 Monroe Church Sales & Service RCA ZENITH FRIGIDAIRE- Wheeler Appliance 794-8141 Monroe Of the Nazarene Sunday School 9:45 Worship 11am 7pro 322 W.Main 794-8059 SULTAN COMMUNITY METHODIST Rev. C. Lund, 793-5901 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 1! a. m. Youth, 7 p.m. GOLD BAR OPEN SULTAN BAPTIST coffee will also be Of- Rev. D. Prescott, 793-3901 BIBLE STANDARD fered during the sale Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Rev. E. Johnson, 793-5755 hours of 9 a.m. to Morning Worship, ii a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. 4 p.m. both days. Training Union, 6 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7 p. m. STARTUP BAPTIST ' Rev. R. Grueneich, 793-2042 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 7 p. m. Monroe First Baptist Church Sunday School 9:45 i Worship 10:45 Evening Service 7:" SULTAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Bible Study, 7:30 p, m. ' Episcopal Church Of Our Savior Sunday, I0 a.m. South Lewis Street Homer Smith, Vicar UALITYCLEANING -Alterations • Tuxedo• Rentals Monroe y Sho F ing Center 3 I/4 Ib.Can Assorted Fruit Filled Pastries By NABISCO In 10 Oz. Pkg. ELDERADOS OR LARODAS July 29, 1971, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Pa e Five Coming Events... Wednesday, August 4 East County Senior Citizens Center open house, 1-4 at the cen- ter onHighway 2, Pub- lic invited. If you're a businessman,• we want your business. Even ff your business isn't the biggest--we know how to plan your coverage so you get everything you need for complete protection; and nothing you don't need. (Many businesses are wastefully over-insured.) Let us put our broad business experience--in inventory, bad ! debts, liability, taxes, etcetera--to work for you. In the process, !we're quite likely to save you money by eliminating overlaps Whitfield Realty & Insurance 1 8.~.Jt!-_, Wa~, Si/k Sifted 10 lb. sk. I Sharp Medium Mild m I" Lb. 91¢3"Lb. $2.59 6 oz. Jar Van Camp 31 oz. Lg. Tins ........... ::: ........ :_- .......... :: .... Lb.::: Royal Delicious Corn On The Cob - Sweet & Tender ICO'!!I e/49¢ ,:he, s,cak, I Large " Thick Meated Sunshin: Crackers'6=. Pkg. We Specialize, Custom Cutting Need A Choice ¼ Of Beef Cut To ...... Your Specs- We Have Them .... • Hot Buys For Hot Days : lb. , No Bone - No Waste -Hot To Go R0t ssierle Jb. • We're Knltten Again IW lb.' 22 oz. Dog Food Lg. 25 I/2 oz. Tins Bath Size Bars Soap