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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA,JUly 3, 1975 Bert Taler, Skykomish District Ranger on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmte National Forest, will transfer next month to a job on the Colville Na- tional Forest in eastern Washington. Taler will take a job as Fire and Recreation staff officer on the Colville Forest, and will be stationed in the town of Colvtlle. Taler is a graduate of West Virginia Uni- versity, with a degree in forestry. He has been employed by the Forest Service for 18 years and worked on the Shelton and Hoodsport Dis- tricts of the Olympic National Forest before taking a job as assistant director of the Cispus Job Corps Center at Randall in 1967. Taler moved to his job as Skykomtsh Ranger in July of 1969. He and his wife, Shela, have three children. DUNBAR LUMBER has DELIVERY. Every Friday Phone: 794-6446 Fourth Festivities Planned The Monroe Bicentennial Commission would like to encourage the citizens of Monroe to be "Safe and Sane" this holiday weekend by avoid- ing the heavy highway traffic and staying home. The Commission has several events scheduled for the Fourth starting with a family picnic at Eagles Park from noon until six. Snack Con- cessions will be available, but each family is responsible for its own lunch. Entertainment for the afternoon includes a homemade pie auction, a performance by bar- bershop quartet and other musical groups, and a senior citizen square dance group demon- stration. Famous People Overall Look T-Shirts. 2 pc. look Laurel & Hardy, Groucho, W.C. Fields Reg. 9.00 88 reg. 3.99 88 88 Limit 3 C ash Reg 5.Y9 with this coupon 3 67 Val. 1/20 Exph'es 7/6/75 ...... 1-'2"0-Count Ass't Col ors Paper Towels Limit 4 with this coupon Reg 63 Cash Vai. 1/20 Expires 7/6/75 Handy to Have Limit 8 [ [;gl 2/2250: each . with this. coupon .Ex r_es. 7/.6/75 I- .... "-'S'ummer-Fun - 3 flavors Wrigley's Gu Limit lO 15 with this coupon each Cash Val. 1/20 Expires 7/6/75 CENTER welcome here Store Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 to 9 Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. AT THI SAFEWAY A free film showing for children will take place at the Monroe Library on Monday, July 7 from 10:30 to lh00. Featured will be the Walt Disney movie "Ben and Me" in which a small mouse has some big ideas that help BenJamin Franklin Also on the program 9" Paper Marigold Quality IO0's C Party Pride, Tri-Pak New Draft Of Rules Will Be Submitted The Forest Practtces Board has agreed to will be "Brown Wolf" put out another draft in which a pioneer of rules and regula- couple adopts a stray teens which will be dog. submitted for public School age children review early this fall, Tuesday Thru will enjoy the presen- according to the State tation. Department of Natural I Saturday Resources. i ~"~ 11am to 3pm All sandwiches Z 7(D made wlth tou save money own freshly baked when you place r s@r breads. all your. r-,,,. ............. , ............ -, .......... . ......... - .......... . ....... . ........ ---; insurance wroth ! Shoppers Special l i 1/~ ~,d~v;ch --soup of the day --i FAR MFII~ Savings. Just one advantage i chips--beverage, only 25 rim, ,.me l~V Of having all your insurance with Farmers. Your Farmers Agent will point out many = more when you call him. It's sensible to put all your insurance with one company agent-with Farmers. Delicious Fkvorsl GEORGE SANDBAK 522 E. Main Monroe 794-8581 Alar Boneless Fully Couked Jet Puff Kraft 16 oz. ,o,.,, Dill 55< STYLE S..... Slked, 22 ez. .S,,A,,,Snackers .... ,.,49c ,0w.,0u, Relishes .... ..,.39< PA,.p I '