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tl m GLASS INSTALLED (For Auto and Home) MONROE HARDWARE m AR'HFICIAL BREEDING Proven and Quality 8free Evergreen Northwest Breed ersp ~K~o Phone Monroe PYramid 4-433,' or PYramid 4-4345 [ I * Asthe Pacific Northwest sogrows WEST COAST TELEPHONE You can share in the growth and the earnings of this vital company by your purchase of its common stock. Offered to bona fide re~i- dents of Washington only. AT PRESENT PRICE, RETURNS APPROXIMATELY IF YOU BUY. NOW For full details, write or phone Francis J. Brenek & Co. 2208 White-Henry-Stuart Bu~cU.g MAn 3-2462 Seattle. 1, Wash. Se~d me details about West Coast Telephone Ns]~e ............................................... _ Address ......................... City .............. Zone ........ Pheme .......................... LEGAL NOTICES NO~~NG Notice is hereby given to all in- terested persons that a public hear- ing will be held in the Frank Wag- ner Elementary Grade School lVul- tipurpose Room at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, December 29, 1958. The Frank Wagner Elementary Grade School is located on the east side of Dickinson Street between Columbia Street and Main Street in the Town of Monroe. Representatives of the Washing- ton State Highway Department will present plans for the proposed new locations of PSH No. 15 as they affect the area in and around the Town of Monroe. Property owners affected by this proposed new route are invited to attend this public hearing. Published December 11 and 18, 1958. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH No. 28785 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of PARIS S. SWANGER, Deceased Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administra- trix of the estate of Paris S. Swan- ger, Deceased that all persons hav- ing claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Admin- istratrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this no- tice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Decem- ber 11, 1958. AMY M. SWANGER Administratrix of said Estate Address care of H. Jim Hart Attorney at Law Monroe," Washington H. JIM HART Attorney for Estate Monroe, Washington Published December 11, 18 and 25, 1958. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND .FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY No. 28240 NOTICE OF SALE In the Matter of the Estate of Hugh Ag:new, Deceased Notice is hereby given that the undersigned administrator well offer for sale the foBowing per- sona~ property belonging to said estate. Parcel 1. -- 1 1949 Jeep and accessories Parcel 2 -- Household furniture and effects; Terms of sale cash. All bids must be submitted in writing to the undersigned administrator at the office of his Attorney and must be in the hands of the ad- ministrator by December 15, 1958. SAM E. NASLUND Administrator Joseph H. Smith, At~rney 312 Colby Building Everett, Washington Published Dec. 11, 1958 Sgt, Melvin Unruh Ser,e.ing With Band Oahu, T.H.--A member of the Pacific Fle e t Marine Force Drum and Bugle Team, stationed at Camp H.M. Smith, Oahu, Ha- waii, is Sgt. Melvin L. Unruh, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Abra- ham Unruh of Route 2, Box 71, and husband of the former Miss Sharion Schwartz of Route 2, Box 113, all of Monroe. Before enlisting in August 1955, Unruh graduated from Monroe Union High School. NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON CAPITOL BUILDING LANDS Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by the Board of Natural Resources on De- cember 22, 1958, for the purchase of timber upon the following de- scribed Capitol Building Lands, sit- uated in the County of King, State of Washington. Application No. 951 Dead standing and down timber within a marked sale area boun- dary, comprising approximately 9,000 bd. ft. of Douglas fir, 35,000 bd. ft. of hemlock and white fir, 39,000 bd. ft. of cedar, located on portions of the following: NW4 NEY4 and NWV4 NWV4 of Section 26, Township 26 North, Range 9 East, W.M., containing 3 acres, more or less. Timber will be sold on a cash basis. Minimum acceptable bid: $1,492.- 00. At time of sale the purchaser must pay the full bid price, plus a $2.00 bill of sale fee, in the form of cash, money order, certified check or bank draft. The purchaser An estimated 81,691 Washington veterans who hold participating GI life insurance will receive $4,034,- 400 in regular annual policy divi- dends during 1959, L. H. Hall, manager of the Veterans Adminis- tration regional office in Seattle, announced today. Hall said this represents Wash: ington GI policyholders' proportion- ate share in a national 1959 divi- dend total of $256,000,000 declared recently for participating GI in- surance. He explained that the dividends are primarily a refund to policy- holders of part of their premium payments, and are made possible because the death rate among GI policyholders continues to be lower than the tables upon which the premiums were established by law. Policyholders are requested not to make dividend inquiries in ad- vance, since this would delay pro- cessing time, Hall stressed. A breakdown of Washington GI policyholders' proportionate share in the 1959 dividend declarations shows that 75335 veterans holding participating policies in National Service Life Insurance (NSLI), which originated during World War II, will receive $3,595,500 in divi- dends. The other group, 5,956 veterans holding participating policies in U. S. Government Life Insurance (USGLI), which originated during World War I, will receive $438,900 must also furnish a surety" bond of in dividends, $500.00 to guarantee compliance Dividends will be paid as soon as with all terms of the bill of sale. Timber must be removed prior to July 1, 1959. Located approximately, 18 miles northeast of North Bend. Accessibility: Purchaser must en- ter into road use agreement with Weyerhaeuser Timber Company, copies of which are on file in the District and Olympia office. Complete contract specifzcations may be examined at North Bend District Headquarters or office of Gommissioner of Public Lands. Olympia. No bids for less than the ap- praised value of the timber upon any of said land will be accepted and the Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bid, together with cash, money order, certified check or bank draft made payable to Commissioner of Public Lands in the amount of the full bid price, plus a $2.00 bill of sale fee, must be enclosed in a -'~ealed envelope marked"BID *FOR TIMBER ON CAPITOL BUILDING LANDS, Application No. 951." This envelope should be enclosed in a mailing envelope and must be in ~he hands of the undersigned not later than 1:00 o'clock, post meri- dian, on the 22nd day of December, 1958. A.D. BERT L. COLE, Commissioner of Public Lands Published December 11, 1958. NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER ON CAPITOL BUILDING LANDS Notice is hereby given that Seal- ed bids will be received by the Board of Natural Resources on De- cember 22, 1958, for the purchase of timber upon the following de- scribed Capitol Building Lands. sit- uated in the County of King, State of Washington. Application No. 950 Dead standing and down material within a marked sale area boun- dary, comprising approximately 24,000 bd. ft. of Douglas fir, 21,000 bd. ft. ~ hemlock, 4,000 bd. ft. of cedar, located on a portion of NE~/4 NEV4, Section 28, Township 26 North, Range 9 East, W.M., con- taining 2 acres, more or less. Timber will be sold on a cash possible after the anniversary date of each policy during 1959. For ex- ample, if a policy was issued any September 1, the anniversary date will be September 1, 1959, Hall pointed out. He added that dividends will be paid to. holders of both term and Permanent plan participating NSLI and USGLI policies. Vet Insurance Scott Paper Co..oo,oo Monitor, Thursclay, Dec.|,. |958" PAGE l=|Vl=. Dividends Due Plans Yule Event Wagner Sun. School l] ." - ,, To Feature Speakers xavenust Voice Aft Jan I st Scott Paper Company will again And SlidesSunday Thanks For Aid er . . this year sponsor a series of Christ- mas parties for employees and Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Allen, re- members of immediate families, turned missionaries from Cuba, will be the guest speakers at the Robert Gohl, director of the See- . First on the list will be a party Wagner Union Sunday School this enth-day Adventist local missions at Hamilton for loggers, their wives Sunday, December 14. The Aliens appeal just concluded, today issued and children on Tuesday evening, will show slides and tell of the a statement of thanks to citizens December 16 at 7:30 p.m. Approxi- present needs of Cuba. of Monrge. mately 280 guests are expected to enjoy the program which will in- In connection with the Allen's In announcing plans for a victory elude professional entertainment, talk, the mission secretary of the program, Gohl said that "the pea- the appearance of Santa Claus and Sunday School will receive, reports ple of Monroe showed a true under- the distribution of gifts to all on present conditions in Cuba. standing of the world's problems The time se~ for the showing of and the responsibility of Christian youngsters up to twelve years of the slides is 3:30 p.m. in the Wag- peoples in meeting those problems." age. The party will be held at the Hamilton Grammar School. ner Community Hall. The $504 collected by volunteer Prior to the slides, the Sunday workers in 6 days of the appeal will A similar affair will be held the School group will have a pot-luck go toward extending a world min- following evening, Wednesday, De- dinner following their morning war- istry of welfare, disaster aid, edu- cembe~ 17, at Granite Falls for ship hour. Those in the Christmas cational, medical and spiritual sere- loggers, their wives and children, program will practice their parts ~ices at home and in 184 other lands. Some 200 guests are being invited , following dinner. The church operates 474 health and to this party which will be held at the Granite Falls School. welfare centers in addition to 197 More than 1500 employees of Those things that come to the medical units around the world. All- Scott's Everett plant, together with man who waits seldom turn out to ' activities are coordinated with the be the things he's waiting for. master plans of civil authorities. their children, will be guests of the Company at parties to be held in Highway accidents will diminish Anyone wishing to contribute Everett's Civic Auditorium on Fri- when brainpower matches horse- clothing during the year to the day, December 19, and Saturday, power, local Dorcas-Welfare Center, may No man is fully educated until do so by contacting Mrs. Fred December 20. Because of the mill's he learns to read himself. Gohl, PYramid 4-3255. twenty-four hour operating sche- dule, arrangements are being made I for employees to attend at times when theyareoff shift. The pro- HUNT'S USTOH PLANT gram will include entertainment of special interest to the children. . Curr;e Rd. in Pare Place Santa Claus and his helpers will have gifts for all children twelve All types of domestic meat and game cut and wrap./ years of age and younger. The Ev- pad -- Curing of all kinds. Fish smoked. Custom erett gatherings will be at 7.00 p. Slaughtering. m., Friday, December 19; 1.00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m., Saturday, Decem- WE BUYHIDES ber 20. (Inquire about Locker Meats) CALL PY 4-2812 (?,ombining business and pleasure Watch it done if you llke. often spoils the pleasure, all, Services Held For Isabella E. Ruddick Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Sultan Meth. odist church .for Isabella E. Rud- dick, 87, of Sultan. Mrs. Ruddick died December 7 at Sultan after an extended illness. Born in Ireland on November 17, 1871, Mrs: Ruddick Came to the United States in 1902, and had re- sided in Sultan' since 1906. She was a member .0~~ the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Ruddick is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Clarice McCansland, Skykomish; one son, Vance of Costa Mesa, California, three grandchil- dren and one great-grandchild. Rev. John Burleson officiated at the services. Interment was in Sultan cemetery under the direction of Purdy and Kerr of Monroe. Legal notice of a public hear. ing on the proposed new loca- tions of 'PSH. 15 in and arouvd M~nroe was made this week by the State Department of High. ways. The hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, December 29, in the multi.purpose room of the Monroe elementary s c h o o I on Dickinson Rd. P:resqmably, although the legal notice does not so state, the hear- ing will be held for the additional purpose of giving property own- net's affected by the plans an opportunity to voice" their senti- meats on the proposed new routes. ii:, ~: L You get n royal welcome our station You get a royal welcome when you stop at our Shell Station. In seconds we're out there servicing your car...filling the tank with Shell Gasoline, checking oil, battery and water,., shining the windshield. That's because every customer is a Very Important Person with us! Clarence B.. Flynn. Complete Automot,ve Serv,ce Skykomish, Wash. . .:( ::: .. . "! DIN.Eli IN ~tt I'tOO~CT$ basis. Looking for Want that Minimum acceptable bid: $1,374.- 50. m mmm mm At timeof sale the purchaser A BUILDING SITE? NEW HOME NOW? must pay the full bill price, plus a $2.00 bill of sale fee, in the form of cash, money order,, Certified check or bank draft. The purchaser ' ) must also furnish a surety bond ~ AVAIL i O t_" Lots AV~L~4BZ~NOW,' "" -Ham. es oo. to .,,,OO' with all terms of the bill of sale. Start Timber must be removed prior to July I, 1959. Located approximately 18 miles northeast of North Bend. : ~v~doea~~:ot' , ~ ~ ii~0 S~~~!i~~,~.S~~~a~a " , , Accessibility: Purchaser must en- S "''"Ags Aet terintoroaduseagreementwith Weyerhaeuser Timber Company, avln coun " , copies of Which are on file in the day 1,250 to 1,500 " To You'll o,s~,c, and Olympia offices, r No bids for less than the ap- ~ $ _ $ W Large lots, aboUt 82 x150' av praised value of the timber upon any of said land will be accepted - *FHA.-- GIApproved erage BemGlado You Did, toandrejectthe Boardany andreserves ~eall bids. right, l AVAILABLE !N I SO ed ' Bid, together with Cash, money order, certified check or bank draft |ml U ~ . , made payable to Commissioner of ~" MODERN THREE BEDROOME--Like New ' | Public Lands in the amount of the Accounts Insured to $10,000 - fail bid price, plus a $2.00 bill of ~ -. ,~ F~'e place ~ !,.astered thnsOut ~r Tie ]:)am , sale fee, must be enclosed in a b~ ,arawoo~ noors g~ O;! Meat ~ Garage p~ Large Lot ~ . , Plenty of Parking Space sealed envelope marked "BID FOR GEORGE KOPPER -- PY-45772 WESTERN SUPLY .-~ Y 4-323 _ I) E R fl E EoN II D !}1T !I0 !1 LANDS, Application No, 950." This CE : ' EVERETTI=EDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN envelope should be enclosed in a mailing envelope and must be in 'ASSOCIATION ' the hands o~ undersigned not " ' '" ' :/ 4101 , . later than 1:00 oclock, post meri- t Phone CEdar dian,1958, 'onA.v.the 22nd day of December,. . E~ 1502 Wall Street EVERETT BERT, L. of COLE'PublicCmmissinerLands Published December 11, 19~. / /