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Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe Dec 18, 1975 Legal notices Legal notice I II 961-1200 kl V Only $1.50 for 20 W rd r i Funeral Home 441 Main Monroe, Wash. 98272 "Serving others as we would wish to be served, . ." Monroe 794-7049 ROD SEWELL, Gen. Mgr. - Carnation 333-4178 Other rentals NEW AT Coast-to-Coast, EZ to use Chem-Clean profes- sional rug cleaner with hot water extractor. Powerful 2 HP suction. Hourly or daily rentals. Call 794-7564, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. or drop by the store at Main and Lewis, Monroe. 39/tfc For sale Boys bicycle - good 26 inch balloon tire blue Schwinn $25 794-4992 48/tfc Church in rustic setting. Sanctuary 125 thru 150. Fur- nishings, lower division rooms. Priced at $23,500. Startup, Wa. 1-793-3365 or 1-793-9091. 47/4tc !'LEMON PEELER" 5 speed Schwinn Stingray bi- cycle. Drum brakes, Excel- lent condition $55. 794-4992 48/tfc FOR SALE Go Kart, no engine - best offer, Hotpoint garbage disposal, brand new 794-6846 after 5. 49/tff WISEMEN STILL SEEK HIM! Wisdom that can help us find our way today. Sun- day, 2:30 p.m., KGDN 630 KHZ. 49/1 tc Just in time for Christmas used girls 26 inch bike, $15 794-6019. Call any time.$ 49/ltp Help wanted Attorney in Monroe wishes to hire secretary with good basic skills, spelling, to train as legal secretary. Must be willing to assume responsibi- lity. Starting salary $425 per month. 794-4200. 49/1tc Wanted WANTED: Pay top prices. Pre. '65 US silver, American Gold coins. Collections. 65 thru 69 halves. E&J Coins. Snohomish. 568-5044 or 794- 7330. 22/28p WANTED: USED RUG about 12x16 for cabin. Call any time. 794-7435. 49/2tc Autos $1.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WEEK- LEGAL NOTICE The following vehicle will be sold at Public Auction on Dec. 24, 1975 at 1:00 p.m.: 1965 Pontiac Lic.#AZZ159 Schilaty's Towing 500 E. Main St. Monroe, Wa. 98272 49/ltc ne ee IFor Super Buy [ See The Super Guys, Sarge and laete CUR]bEY--JOHNSTON FORD . Main rind Madison 794-5200 TRUCKS CHEVRoLETS Regular& 4wheel drive 1 ton and larger in stock LUV Pickups New Chev Cars All Sold'At Unbelievable " at .John Henken Chevlblet in Arlington Phone 435-2125 2,59-2147 and Res. 568-6235 Services Dressmaking and Alterations Work wanted WORK WANTED: All types of carpentry. New construc- tion or remodeling. Addi- tions garages, roofing, floor- ing, gutters. Free estimates, 793-2742. 39/ffc FLY WITH IRV Flying F Ranch, Monroe Across from Fairgrounds. Get your Christmas gift certi- ficates now for flight instruc- tion, flying, groundschool, flight stimulator. 794-7480. 47/4tc WELL DRILLING Residential and Commercial A. R. (Rob) Aurdal Rt. 3, Box 144 Monroe 794-7136 Licensed Bonded Insured 40/tfc Carpenter w a n t s work. 794-5914 49/2tp Building & repair, all types carpentry & masonry. Cus- tom cabinets a specialty. Have pickup, will travel. Monroe 794-8303 49/4tp NOTICEOFHEARING PETITIONFOR ANNEXATION OF UNINCORPORATED AREA .TO CITYOF MONROE 794-7662 17/tfc CUSTOM painting, interior or exterior. Quality work. Free estimates. Don Rich- ards. 794-5931. 40/52tp BULLDOZING Call the man who performs. In business since '56. Lee Hopkins, Co. 794-8329 38/ffc Expert Painting and Repair- ing, inside or outside. Bill Monger. 793-2053. 42/tfc/s ROTOVATING Waldo B. Thomas gardens-pastures 794-4674 14/tfc VACANT LANDeFARMSeHOMES ~EALT( 2 VACATION LOTS MT. INDEX RIVER SITES (full price) Mobile Homes For rent Immediate delivery! 24x44 new, 14x70 new, 10x60 used Barnyard Sales M o b i 1 e Homes. Where the wise and thrifty buy. 523 - 91st Ave. N:E. Across from Frontier Sleeping Rooms Dutch Cup Motel $160 per month Maid service, telephone and coloredTV. 793-8451. 37/ffc N O T I C E I S HEREBY GIVEN THAT a petitiori for annexation of an unincorpor- IF=el eervie. Foir ated area to the City of Mon- settlement of elaiml, roe, Snohomish C o u n t y, IFrtemlly people who =re State of Washington, has on your side. been filed with the City Council of the said City of You can't buy better Monroe, petitioning for the protection. Or broader annexation of the following ' coverage. Or greater described contiguous area to peace of mind. the said City: And you savemoney, too! Beginning at a point on Lower rates because the West line of the Farmers insures careful County Road 140 feet drivers. South of the North line of the Northwest quarter of Farmers Auto the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 1, Township 27 North, Range 6 E.W.M., OF thence West 140 f e e t; WASHINGTON ~ thence S o u t h 78 feet; AUTO " LIF( FIR(" TRUOI~ thence East 140 feet; George Sandbai thence North 78 feet to the point of beginning; all 622 Highway 2 E. in Snohomish County, Washington. Monroe A hearing will be held on 794-8581 said petition on Monday, the 29th day of December, 1975, I! at the hour of 8 p.m., or as HEARING soon thereafter as the same AID may be heard, in the Council Chambers at the City Hall in Monroe, Washing- ton, at which time and place On thespot on most makes and any interested persons may mo~ls. $4.75 plus par,4~ appear and voice approval or Conlplete overhauls available~ 20 pircent discount for Seniordisapproval of the proposed Citizens and ' children. Fre~ annexation. estimates. , The expense of publica- tion and posting this notice is borne by the signers of the petition. 2805 Colby Avenue . DATED this 10 day of De- -LEARN AND PLAY- Everett, Wa sh.~52-8762 cember, 1975. Child Care Center. Village. 334-403348/tfc BETTY KING, Ages 2V2-6. Open 7 a.m. - 6 For Rent - one bedroom City Clerk p.m. Kindergarten bussing, small furnished apartment in Published: December 18, 794-4044or794-6226. 42/ffcWhy drive so farwhen a" Monroe. $85. Ca11793-3645. 1975. good deal is so near? Speedy 49/Itc delivery On Washington built VAIL'S UPHOLSTERY homes. Quality at a price you LEGAL NOTICE Main Street, Sultan can afford. Barnyard Sales DUNBAR LUMBER has DELIVERY. Every Friday Phone 794 6446 Professional Upholstering Mobile Homes. Where the The r e g u i a r 1 y sched- service. 793-5785. After 6 wise and thrifty buy. 523 - bled meeting of the Monroe p.m., 794-5892. 46/tfcs 91st Ave. N.E. Across from City Council that is to be held Frontier Village. 334-4033. on December 24, 1975, will Card of thanks 48/tfc be held December 29, 1975 in Originator of let Pumps the Council Chambers. 1 wish to express my heartfelt For rent, Get the facial Published:1975 and DecemberDecember25, 1975.18' thanks to my friends for all FOR RENT: Motor home, air conditioned, make your plans now. Smitty's Market, og the cards and letters I re- Hiway 2 & Ann Street, Monroe. 45/tfc IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE WELFARE OF ELLIS: Infant Boy Minor Child NO. 13738 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO WHOM IT MAY CON- CERN: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Court on the 25th day of November, 1975, a petition praying that all persons hav- mg any legal, natural, or pa- rental rights in and to the above-named child be per- manently deprived of all such interest or rights, and that said child be placed in the permanent care and custody of the Department of Social and Health Services, State of Washington, and that said a- gency be authorized to there- after consent to the adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. You are also notified that a written consent to such placement and adoption has already been gwen by Jeanne Ellis, the natural mother of said Infant Boy Ellis. You are further notified that your failure to appear and show cause why the prayer of such petition should not be granted may result in a deprivation and termination of your rights in and to said child and there- after the adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. A hearing upon such peti-, tion will be had at 10:30 a.m. o'clock, on the 5th day of January, 1976, before the Juvenile Department of this Court at the Charles R. Denney Youth Center, 2801- 10th Street, Everett, Wash- ington, when and where all persons interested shall ap- pear and show cause why such petition should not be heard and the prayer thereof granted. DATED this 10th day of December, 1975. KAY D. ANDERSON Snohomish County Clerk By Eleanor Clink Deputy Clerk Published December 18, 25, 1975 and January 1, 1976. Lost/found Female Black Lab. Dec 9 in Monroe a r e a Reward - 827-6671. 49/2tp Livestock MARYSVILLE AUCTION Livestock Auction 5 miles north of Marysville on Highway 99. Livestock sale every Monday, 11:30 a.m. Dairy replacements, ba- by calves, w e a n e r pigs. Tuesday, general livestock sale. 15/tfc ABS Proven Sires 10 Breeds. Dairy and Beef. 259-0123 be- fore 10 a.m. 5/tfc Bull Rentals and daily bull service, delivered, registered Whiteface, Black Angus, Charolais, Shorthorn, Hol- stein'. 629-3541, Roy Baker. 17life TO THE SEATTLE YARDS Or across the street, let Brit- ton Brothers do your LIVE- STOCK HAULING - any- where - anytime. Snohomish LO8-6011. 30/tfc Need Cedar Sawdust? Excel- lent for pet litter, mulching or barnyard bedding. CHIPS good for barnyards and deco- ~tive mulching for landscap- ing. Truck load, U-Haul or delivered. Roesler Timber Co. - 793-9811. 28/ffc Two can ride cheaper than one. A Public Service of This NewsDaper & The Advertising Council ceived while in the hospital in Hawaii and since my return to Monroe. 2 Bedroom apartments avail- able to responsible adults. No pets. References required Deluxe units. 794-8014. 48/tfc Bud Kern LIZHEIM APTS. 610 W. Elizabeth. 2 bed- room., carpets, drapes, appl- iances, TV cable, utilitiesa- variable, water, sewer, gar- bage paid. No pets. $150 per month. Call 794-8607 or 794- 8188. 48/tfc In an effort to aid publicity chairmen of clubs and organizations submitting news releases, the MONITOR has prepared a News Story Fact Sheet for your conven- ience. This will be published from time to time and publicity chairmen should clip and save these until needed. All social, church and club news should be submitted to the MONITOR by 5 p.m. every Friday. Publicity chairmen should submit news of coming events as well as follow-up stories. The mailing address is P.O. Box 399, Monroe, 98272 and the office is located at 113 West Main Street, phone 794-7116. Additional copies of the News Story Fact Sheet will be available at the MONITOR office and maybe picked up at your convenience. Name of Organization: News Story Fact Sheet Easel Floor Model Type of event- Hobby Painter's Set 6.50 Date: Purpose: Time: Place: Reservations/Regist ration Required: Mist Green Reg. 5.50 Speaker or Program Topic:. A valuable protection for important papers. Is There a Charge: ,.How Much: Gold-Walnut Design I only Reg. $6.59 Other Information: 113 West Main Submitted by: | Daytime Phone Number; J J k Policy of the Monitor[Sto require a display ad in J 794-7116 conjunction with a news stor,/for all profit mal ing events. J