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Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., May 23, 1968 SEASON OPENER SKY VALLEY SPEEDWAY MODIFIED HARDTOPS ON THE CLEAN QUARTER MILE Sat., May 25 TT 7:30 RACING 8:30 Above The Fairgrounds CLAY And Every Saturday At Monroe Employers Reminded Of Laws For Minors Harold J. Petrie, Dt- obtaining the minor accident, by them are required to rector of the State De- partment of Labor and Industries, today advis- ed Washington State em- ployers to make certain they are in compliance with Washington State laws regarding the em- ployment of minors, 14 through 17, during the summer. The responsibility for work permits rests with the employer and fail- ure to insure that min- ors have work permits subjects the employer to penalties. Further fines may be imposed upon the employer should a minor be em- ployed without a work permit and become in- volved in an industrial Bob Frankhouser Backhoe Work Bulldozing Dump Truck Top Soil t 794-8953 Sand & Gravel Fill Material Excellant Peat Good Flowerbed Fertilizer 403 S. Sarnl onroe, Wash. Minors age 14 and 15 may work five days per week until about 10 p.m. during the summer months, but no later than 7 p.m. when school is in session. Minors age 16 and 17 may work six days per week and lat- er than 10 p.m. when a parent or guardian can assure safe conduct to the minor's residence after work. Minors 16 or over may be employ- ed in manufacturing or food processing occu- pations. Employment not re- quiring minor workper- mlts include agricultur- al employment, domes- tic work, news boys and newspaper vendors. Employers are advis- ed that minors employed obtain minor work per- mits from any one of the 15 Labor and Indus- tries offices located throughout the state. Proof of age must be furnished, usually pro- vided by birth certifi- cate or baptismal rec- ord. Employers are also reminded that age cer- tlficates issued by the Department of Labor and Industries may be of particular value to employers in agricul- ture, which is now cov- ered by provisions of the Fair Labor Stand- ards Act of the U.S . Department of Labor in establishing ages of young workers for pay- roll record keeping pur- poses. Round Steak Full Cut, Aged 7 For Flavor and Trimmed Waste Free lb. Turkey Roast GH'dnq Aa::rz:n lb. 29 c Boneless Pork Roast. 49 c Sirloin Tip Steak Ground Round Corned Beef Fryer Livers Boneless Choice Beef Our Very Leanest Safeway Mild Cure Serve Fried With Eggs Blade Cut Pork Steak , 49 c Fryer Gizzards s7:.,'; / Plump Beef Rump Roast u.. 85  Safeway Wieners Skinless c,o,,. , Chipped Beef ;:,% %Z ,. Safoo Beef Rib Steak 98 c Sliced Bologna Thick Sliced 9 Serve li d *"' S ce Picnics BarSPreSliced C Large Prawns 6 to 8 Pounds lb. 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For more information, call Mr. Willie Reed at LO 8-5367. Those interested are welcome to come and watch the Circle M Squares at their next dance, May 25 at 8:30 p.m. ****** Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tscherntch went to Provi- dence Hospital in Everett Sunday to visit Synthia's sister, Mrs. Harold Tremmel, who is recovering from a heart attack. Mrs. Tremmel is now out of intensive care. SynLhia Tschernich's nephew, Ran Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cooper of Lynnwood, and Judy Ensmin,zer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ensmtnger o[ Bothell, have announced their en- gagement and will be married July 6 in Lynn- wood. Ran graduated from Mountlake Terrace High School in 1964. Judy will graduate this year. Men of the Maltby Congregational Church have been busy installing new panelling in the Church, md it is looking very pretty. Friday, at 11:30 a.m., the kindergartners, first, second, third and fourth graders of Maltby Elementary School departed on a field trip to Carnation Farms. Two Monroe school buses transported the children. Tuesday, M;y 14, the fifth and sixth graders of Maltby Elementary School went on a field trip to Camano Island for nature study. Speci- mens were gathered for their science class. The mothers that went to Camano were Mrs. Gerald Orwtler and Mrs. Russell Lindsey. Jim Morse is their teacher. Charlie Ktnkead was the bus driver for the group. The children took their lunch with them. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Bossuet went to Bremerton last weekend to attend open house at Bremerton Shipyards. Clara's son, Ran Smith, works at the shipyards. Ran is married and has three child- ren. Lyda Hoggarth went to Bremerton MoLher's Day to visit wth her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown and their three children. Edith Walster spent a pleasant Mother's Day with relatives at her home. Those who enjoyed the delicious potluck dinner were Pauline and Start Walster and their three children, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tschernich, RalphWalster and Charles and Sandy Walster and daughter Dana. Pat and Ray Walster and their two children, Lee and Dorothy Walster and their five children, and Lortn and Mary Rupert and their four children arrived in the afternoon. Mrs. Tom Marthini attended a Mother's Tea entitled "The Spring Frolic" at the Woodinvtlle Service Center Friday. There was a program in the gymnasium and refreshments were served. Tommy Marthint sang in the program. Pamela Marthlnt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marthlni, and Melva Angle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, went to Fort Casey on Whtdbey Island with the other seventh graders of Monroe Junior High. They left Monday, May 13 and returned Friday afternoon via the Olym- pic Ferry. Thursday they went on a tour of the Ault Navy Air Base and Thursday night there was a cookout and variety show that the parents attended. There was a few cases of sunburn and a little fatigue, but an enjoyable and educational time was had by all. There was a good turnout at the Maltby Com- munity Club Potluck Friday, May 17. Mrs. Larson's pictures of this year's and last year's St. Patrick's Day Parade were viewed. Every- one had a very pleasant evening Mother's Day at the George A. Lee resi- dence was enjoyed by 26 guests. Friday, May 17, the George Lee family attended the wedding of Mrs. Elmtna Lee's grandnephew, William Clayton Atwood to Barbara Ann Fabrtzio at the Ballard Baptist Church in Seattle. After- ward they went to the Ballard Locks and viewed the many boats. Poppy Days Are May 24, 25 Lest we forget . . . day, said Mrs. H. A. wear a nonny " is the Dennis, Prestdent of #58 messageo{'the Ameri- Unit of the. Auxiliary. can Legion Auxiliary to All conrmutmns re- the people of Monroe on ceived from the public Poppy Day May 24-25. are used solely for the We know that every- rehabilitation and child one in Monroe will wish welfare programs con- to express remem- ducted by the American brance and gratitude by Legion Auxiliary. wearing a poppy on that mm m mm Beck's Fuchias Nursery Begonias Valley View Road Monroe II