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b f Calendar The annual Eagles corn feed will be held about 11 p.m., Friday, September 19 at the Monroe Eagles Club. All members and spouses are invited to attend and partake of the free corn. *** The first meeting for the current year of the American Association of Retired Persons will be held beginning with a potluck luncheon at noon on Monday, Sep- tember 22 at the East County Senior Center. The business meeting will follow the luncheon and all members are urged to attend. Any one who is a member of the National organ- ization is eligible to join local Chapter 17. Vicitors are welcome. The Dorcas Society of the Evangelical Coven- ant Church will meet at 2 p.m., Thursday, September 25, at the home of Mrs. Bob Casey of Sultan. Tolero Rebekah Lodge will meet at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, September 18 at the Monroe IOOF II Monroe ire alls Following are calls answered by Monroe Volunteer Firemen as reported by Fire Chief Jim Crawford: September 12, 2:30 p.m. Aid call to an in- Jury accident at the in- tersection of Highway 2 and Ann Street. Pat- ient was transported to Valley General Hospi- tal by Doctor's Ambu- lance. September 12, 5 p.m. Aid call to the Softe Road. September 13, 5:20 p.m. Aid call to Sum- ac Drive. Hall. Members are reminded that Rose Rebekah Lodge vill have Friendship Night on Wednesday, September 21 when the President of the Rebekah Assembly, of Washing- ton will be making her official visitation to that lodge. k 9 The National Associa- tion of Retired Federal Employees will meet at 1:30 p .m., Saturday, September 20 at Roy's Chuckwagon Restaurant in Everett. All Federal Civil re- tirees and prospective retirees are invited to attend. 9 ~ 9 The League of Women Voters of Snohomish County will hold its Fall membership lunch- eon beginning with a social hour at 12 noon and lunch at 12:30, Tuesday, September 23 at the Everett Yacht Club. One of the guest speak- ers will be Representa- tive Charles Moon who will speak on Initiative 314. Reservations for the buffet luncheon may be made by calling Mary Lou Armstrong, 568-5028 or Patricia Meeker, 778- 9678. LEGAL NOTICE State of Washington Department of Ecology Notice of Application to Appropriate Public Waters. TAKE NOTICE: That HOWARD L. & NANCY J. SCHWEND of Monroe, Washing- ton on June 17, 1974 under Application No. S1-22140 filed for per- mit to appropriate public waters, subject to existing rights from three unnamed springs in the amount of .4 cub- ic feet per second each year, for group do- mestic supply and stockwater - contin- uously irrigation-dur- ing irrigation season. The source of thepro- posed appropriation is located within S 1/2 NE 1/4 of Section 5 Township 27 N Range 7E WM in Snohomish County. Protests or objec- tions to approval of this application must include a detailed statement of the basis for objections, pro- tests must be accom- panied by a two dol- lar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with-the Department of Ecolo- gy, Northwest Region- al Office, 4350 150th Avenue NE, Redmond, WA. 98052 withinthtr- ty (30) days from Sep- tember 25, 1975. Published Sept. 18 and Sept. 25, 1975. hUNDREDS OF persons were on hand to congratulate David and thel Meeds on the occasion of their golden wedding an- niversary last Sunday afternoon at the Monroe IOOF Hall. Also on hand were the couples three sons, Congressman I_loyd Meeds, Dave Jro, of Monroe and Curt of Glendive, Montana. Here, the honored couple and the Congressman are greeted by Jeannie and Carl Sather of Monroe. --Staff Photo Mr. Ness Rites Held A private graveside service was held Fri- day for Raymond C. Ness at the Monroe I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Mr. Ness, 28, of Sno- homish, died Septem- ber 9. He was born May 29, 1947, in Minnesota and had been a resident of the Snohomish area for the past 14 years. He leaves his father, Clifford of Snohomish, and a sister, Mrs. Roger Orness of Ta- coma. Arrangements were under the direction of Purdy and Kerr Fun- eral Home. OPEN HOUSE Sat & Sun Cheerful Adult Retirement Living AMERICAN CHRISTIAN HERITAGE MOBILE HOME PARK Take I-5 Exit 206 Marysville, Wa. Phone 652-8255 Sept. 18, 1975, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Page Five Statement Savings and 24 Hour Telephone Transfer Service Ask at any of our offices Everett Arhngton Edmonds Federal Way Marysville Snohom~sh South Everet! Redmond 40 eors Sole $100 Million Strong tuvings Insured to $40,00{) Bike-A-Th0n Is Planned A bike-a-thon, to benefit the Washington Diabetes Association, is being planned for September 28, spon- sored by the Monroe Jaycees. Scheduled to begin at the Monroe City Hall at 9 a.m., a 15 mile round trip has been set Monroe Jaycee Presi- dent Bob McCarty, chairman of the event said. Entry forms and sponsor sheets are available at all four Monroe savings insti- tutions as well as through the Monroe School District, Mc- Carty said. For further inform- ation contact Run Wag- ner at the Bank of Ev- erett, Jim Pope at Hol- combs or Milt McCrum at Valley Op- tometric Clinic. Commercial Roofing New construction or Re-Roofing ask for Ted in Banquet 22 oz. Jar Krusteaze 20 oz. Pkg. Sunshine 19 oz. Pkg. Baker's Angel Flake 14 oz. Pkg. SERVE THEM THE CAREFREE INTERIOR ACRYLIC SOFT SHEEN DURABLE FINISH WATER CLEAN-UP EASY TO APPLY DRIES QUICKLY OVER 1740 COLORS FOR HOUSE AND TRIM Reg: $13.49 Save: $4.00 Sale: $9.49 Some colors higher 140 sheet Green Stuffing Size Red Ripe Slicing ACRYLIC ENAMELIZED HOUSE PAINT FOR EXTERIOR SURFACES, ESPECIALLY WOOD SIDING & TRIM WEATHER RESISTANT EXCEPTIONAL COLOR RETENTION WATER CLEAN-UP EASY TO APPLY DRIES QUICKLY OVER 1740 COLORS Cheese VELVEETA ~,b.~ox $1~ Appian Way PIZZA 12 1/2 oz. Pkg. I I DELIVERY SERVICE Sweetheart Lime Detg. 69 Btl. Bleach PUREX Gal. FOR WALLS AND TRIM Reg: $13.95 Sale: $9.95 Save: $4.00 Some colors higher I "Where the customer is the company" Second "& Lincoln, Snohomish 568-2104 USDA - TOP GOOD STEER Your Choice from our Freezer Gravy with Sliced or Chicken a 5 oz. Pkg. ) ea ,3 Sandwich Sliced - Always Good Grass Fed Cattle lb. lb. 19 19