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a Page Eight. Monitor. Monroe. WA. March 6. 1975 B0yden Cows Personal .......... " gW ' We av.k led r,) Ro Jnd Robil Arl Display Gain Honors Deadline With the March 31 were assessed for filing deadline only personal property In the herd of WI1- a few weeks off, up- last year. Taxpayers ltam H oBoyden, Woods proximately 80 per who have not receiv- eering firm, Hieber, W/ aving creations by at First Mutual Say- The Monroe engin- Jo rm Greenwald are ings Bank andwillcon- Creek Ayrshires, cent of the owners of ed a form, and who Crossman & Mueller, the latest addition totir ue showing them Monroe, a stx-yearold personal property in are not sure whether was featured in a ha- Monroe's Round Robin through March. registered Ayrshire Snohomish County they own personal of Artists. She uses various Mrs. Greenewald, of mediums and methods cow named Woods have not yet filedthetrproperty subject to as- tional engineering affidavits, according sessment should call publication recently. Index, hung her displayfor her creations in- Creek Bonny Marge to J.B. Haines, Sno- the Assessor's office The magazine, "In- cluding hand tech- has completed an of- homish County Asses- at 259-0656, or come sights", which deals niques on the back ficial milk production sor. to the office to obtain with the engineering s I strap loom, the table record of 19,940 Personal property a copy of the listing profession, carried pecJa loom (two-harnesses) the frame loom (four pounds, with 615 includes businesses form. a cover picture, in- , ,R $1 pounds of butterfat, onwith equipment, fix- If a taxpayer fails toside story and ad- 1 2 for ,we clll./J harnesses). IllF'AI III #S 1 2$!Iral ] Jr twicedaily milking for tures and/or inven- file a return by the ditional photos about . In addition to weav- 305-day DHIR testing tory, farms with ma- March 31 deadline, thethe firms use of a ing, Mrs. Greenewald period, chinery and/or live- assessor is required lazer beam electronic ...... w-- has studied art his- stock or other farm by law to add a pen- distance measuring I]] FOR THAT SPECIAL 0CCASION tory, patnting and Marge's record is animals and owners of alty of 5 per cent of device. rlE/ Ol ceramics and has a 1 7/8 times the ha- mobile homes. House- the amount of tax for |11 We have flowing jerseys, see-thru sheer BA in Art education ttonal average for all hold goods and per- each month the return The article was III and other "Soft Sundowner" fabrics Memorial services from Central Wash- dairy cows. The Ayr- sonal effects are ex- is late. written by SamCross- were held Sunday for ington State College. shire breed is noted empt from the tax, Anyone with ques- man, part-owner, and I]] From 2.88 yd. Mrs. Karen King, a The works of Gene- for persistant, profit-Hatnes said. tachs regarding the JohnRich, an employ- ill third grade teacher atvieve Tuck have been able production of Listing forms were listing procedure is ee, and the photos were t/CS Monroe-Maltby Ele- moved to Valley Gen- nutrtous, quality mailed early this year urged to call or visittaken on Burrows : mentarySchool. The eral Hospital; Haldts milk. to all persons who theAssessor'soffice. IslandnearAnacortes. service was held at and Linda McLennan . I[I Monroe Shopping Center 794-8552 Beacon Avenue United to Everett Federal Church of Christ, Savings and Loan and Seattle. Mrs. King, 29, of Lyrmwood, died sud- denly February 28. She had been a teach- er in the Monroe School District for five years and her hus- band, David, is a sixth grade teacher at the Maltby school. She leaves her hus- band, David, a son, Chad and her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of Seattle. 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"- ,,..,,.. 79' Bacon Bits. ,,_,..,,.... 79' Nu Made Oil ...... ... 99' Shortening .... Sl'S i Margarine ..... -.. ao, Mild Cheddar... Sl, Mild Longhorn ..... SlY' Natural i1" Mozzarella ..... ,.,.. ~.... i1" Grazed Parmesan. ....55' AA Cube Lucerne Quality Lucerne Ih Gal. Lucuclw Buttermilk Bread .... ,~.,..,.. 49" I Bread ........ 49" II Cimln l m Rolls ..... '1a Prices effective through Saturday March l, 1975. Sales in Retail Quantities Only. tit Orange Juice...,.,....--"" 47' Grape Juice ..... 47' tt Bel-air Waffles...~...' 49' Ill ue~-c~r ~ pb... 6S* lit Raspberries ..... ,**... SS' MANOR HOUSE Fried, Frozen $' 69 2-lb. Broccoli... Sl t Bel-air Spinach S ,,.. Sl Greens ...... 5 -.,. Sl Tater Treats .. 3 5' t Baby Lamas... :35" II1 Lamas.. ,.,.,.....- 35" Red Ripe Favorites C Large Pineapple..... ,.. 69' Fresh Mushrooms.... 88' Baking Squash ........ ., 8' Crisp Romaine .... 2 ,. 49' ........ Zg" . 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