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CAUGHT CARDING their sheep for show- ing at the Evergreen Fair are these Monroe boys from left, Robert and R',ch Ollivier, working on Rich's Hampshire, and Jay Frankhauser and Chuck Whitfield prettying up Chu3k's Cheviot. Prize win- ning cattle, sheep, dogs, pigs, horses, chickens and rabbits may be seen at the fair through Labor Day. --S,.aff Photo II ]1 Nyatts Return Mr. and Mrs. Willard /yatt of South Blakely treet returned last i eek from Missoula, Iontana, where they ttended the funeral of 2mir daughter-in-law, Ylrs. Jean Wyatt on ugust 17. Mrs. Wyatt, who died ugust 15 after a long ]lness, resided in Monroe for a time while her husband was in the service during World War II and did some substitute teach- ing in the schools while here. The family had lived in Mtssoula since 1967 where Mrs. Wyatt was a secretary at the University of Montana. Tmub!ewith dirty te et S.F. Buck Morgan, Can Solve Your Problem. He's in Mange. 794-7303 Standard Oil Company of California From Funeral Other survivors are her husband, Kenneth W. Wyatt and a son, Glenn Wyatt, both at the family home in Missoula; two daugh- ters, Mrs. JoAnne Raymond, Lewiston, Idaho, and Mrs. GnU Ament, Missoula; four sisters, Mrs. Alma Emmert, Kamiah, Idaho, Mrs. Dorothy Atkins, Kennewick, Mrs. Gertrude Green, Richland, Washington, and Miss Lois Page, Lew ston, Idaho and two grandchildren. Sept. 2, 1971, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Three Hotel Skykomish and the Molly Gibson in Skykomish, Washington, invite you to attend the Evergreen Fair And.. For action and a happening after the fair, Saturday night, September 4 Sweet Pea presents live music by the sensational local group Miller Band 9 1:30 a.m. At the on Scenic Highway 2 in Skykomish I =o=o-~o o-o ~o-o go o ooo o o o-o o-o-o ~-o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ~ o o o ~ o o o o o o o " Open Wheel Competition i . . . 6:30, Sat. Night 0 *0 " ight . , , . , Start at 8:00 Sat. N I0 ".- F_Oo_o o o_o o_o_o o o o o o_o o o o o o o o o_o o o o o o o_o o_o o o o o o o_0 o o o o o o o o_o o o o o o_o o_o_o o o o - - , Two valley boys, Paul Myers of Monroe and Monte Mooers of Gold Bar, have been released from Children's Orthopedic Hospital after treat- ment for injuries they received August 24 in the explosion of a 40-m .llimeter shell near High Rock. Paul, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Myers of Monroe, received facial lacerations and shoulder cuts from flying shrapnel and will undergo plastic surgery at a later date. II The Gold Bar boy, Monte Mooers, 9, lost his right hand when the shell exploded and will return to Children's Orthopedic to be fitted with an arti- ficial hand. The boy is the son of Mrs. Leo Fischer of Gold Bar and the grand-nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Earl K. Mooers of Monroe. Snohom sh County Sheriff Don Jennings said 1 the boys and six others were playing with the shell in a housing development near the quarry at High Rock. It exploded shortly after some of the boys left for home. Jennings said the silver-colored projectile was six inches long, without a casing and was quite old. He said a searchof the area for more shells was unsuccessful and it was possible the' younger boy found the shell somewhere else. Five Babies Welcomed In Valley Two little boys and three little girls are the newest babies re- ported born at Valley !General Hospital. i Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam H. Lenz of Route 2, Snohomish, became parents of a son on August 21. The 8 poun-d, 15 1/2 ounce boy was named Wil- SKYKOMISH DUNBA LUMBER has FREE DELIVERY Every Thursday to Skykomish ?:: .. Phor e, 794-6446 liam H. Lenz Jr. A Duvall couple, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. :Link, named their new Hernandez dr., is the new little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Her- nandez of Snohomtsh. The 8 pound boy was born on August 27. little daughter Erika Lynn. The baby, born j August 27, weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Vernor E. Whittle of Three L a k e s Road, Sno- homish, chose the name Dawn Elaine for their baby girl born August 24. The little girl weighed 7 pounds, 2 1/2 ounces. A 6 pound, 111/2 ounce girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reich of ll7th Street S.E., Snohomtsh, on August 28. rPh~ ~,,~1~ na~r] Standard Oil Company thetr'ba byKe"rl'ly D'i e o, Comornia A boy, . Lonnie Ray DLHD~Q~O~Q00 )IP~O(P~ D, ~4~4t41414P~ PAC. 'OtlO ' VO L KS New and Used Cars IPEN E'I/ENI qG UNTIL E, 54th and Evergreen Way Everett 353-1192 A COLLINS CHEVROLET EXCLUSIVE: In'addition to the Chevrolet New Car Warranty, Collins Chevrolet in association with :Quaker State Oil Refining Corporation, has been authorized to provide an extended guarantee covering lubricated parts, including engine and drive line, for as long as you own your Chevrolet. This valuable coverage is available, at no cost to you, with any new Collins Chevrolet automobile. COLLINS CHEVROLET 806 WEST MAIN-MONROE, WASHINGTON El IF I- Self Contained _ "'454"" Fully Equipped List $4782.95 Special Fair Price 794-7600 Pric 3 Seat Wagon Loaded Special Fair List $4854.90 Price with Everything List $6240.15 Special Fair _ __ _ _ Price S 4 El 9 9 i 00' Fully Equipped List $4264.64 Special ii Fair Price m I