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PAGE TWO Monroe Monitor, Monroe. Wash., Nov. 9, 1961 00Bonro00 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys, per year $3.00 Odde Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys, $3.50 Official Paper of Town of Monroe and Town of Skykomish Addre all mail to PC) Box 398, Monroe, Washington. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe Washington, under the Act of March 3. ! 879. Ward Bowden ....................................................... Publisher Howard Voland ........................................................ Editor Hospital commission decides to finance b,ilding with small revenue bond issue Hospital commissioners held an adjourned meeting Wednesday evening at the Sultan town hall and reached the decision to issue $40,000 in revenue bonds sometime next year, and awarded the con- tract for construction of a new surgery-maternity wing to the Valley General Hospital and for general reconditioning the remainder of the present building to the Newland Construction Company of Ev- erett who was the lowest bidder on the project when the formal bid opening was conducted last week. Gold Bar Solcl/er Assigned To Alaska Fort Richardson, Alaska -- Army PYC Jack D. Williams, ,son of Welie D. Williams, Gold :Bar, recently arrived in Alaska and s now assigned to the 43rd Artillery. A mechanic in the artillery's Battery B, Williams entered the Army in March 1960 and com- pleted basic training at Fort Or(], Calif. The 21-year-old soldier, whose mother, Mrs. Geraldine Nyby, lives in Pasco. is a 1959 grad. uate of Sultan union high school. ptptenm of Dlstmas Adslng from STOMACH ULCERS The district's attorney Rodney Boddingtm recommended that the district issue the revenue bonds when a study of the fin- ances of the building program revealed they would be about that much short of being able to meet the const"dcticm bid. As .an alternate the commissioners had the choice of rejecting all the bids and scaling down their plans by that much money, Boddington said. The building fund picture look- ed something fike this: Bonds voted (General Obligation) .......... $385,000 Cost of acquisition, legal fees, purchase of n- ventory, . ............ 98,000 Remaining in building fund ................. 287,000 Club Sets Drive To Register Ei00ble Voters A door-to-door campaign to en- courage citizens of Monroe anti Park Place to register for voting in local, state and national elec- tions is planned by members of Three-R Club of Monroe, a mem- ber of the State Federation of Women's Clus. Club members will carry iden- tification and will assist those citizens not currently enrolled as voters in becoming registered. The drive will begin November 9 and last until December 1. To qualify for voting those who register must be 21 years of age or older, be a citizen of the United States, have lived in Washington State one year, in Snohomish County 90 days, in the local precinct 30 days and be able to read and speak the Eng- lish language. Anyone who wishes assistance in registeremg and is not con- tacted by a Three-R Club mem- ber may c(mtact Mrs. E. Lidell, PY 4-2796, or Mrs. Walter Mo- berg, PY 4-5301. Maude Grey Clark Aux. Plans Benefit Pancake Breakfast Plans were completed for their pancake breaMast by members of Maude Grey Clark Orthopedic Auxiliary meeting Wednesday, November 1, at the Park Place home of Mrs. Don Clarke . Mrs. Cliff Gillies was co-hostess. The breakfast is scheduled Sat- urday, December 9, from 6:30 a.m. to 12 noon in the dining room of the Masonic Lodge. Pro- ceeds from the breakfast which will feature pancakes, juice,, ba- con, eggs, toast and coffee, will benefit Children's Orthopedic Hospital, Seattle. I$fTA VI Rdirk Low bid on construction 295,000 Members attending the Novem- ----- IrAva-, smw arohit'o fe ......... 29rq bet meeting were Mrs. Allan RELIEF OR NO COST .......... _ ...... ]Jurkey, Mrs. Jack Minor, Mrs. 1 Total cost..of CO- . .... Cecil Kerr. Mrs. Wal Lawler, !-- " st-ruction ,z,:al Mrs. George Hammond, M2s. M. O ha     Under the terms of the deeimon F. Stoekwe11, Mrs. Clarence Pe- WLLARDTRSAY!Igqmfirlm.bem reached Wednesday the building ters, Mrs. Livio Ottini and Mrs. fdl ........ Lee Lewis. Mrs. Gene Maxim .-. program wm ae rmancea as tut- _%_/kN._l__ lOWS: was a-guest for the evening. --'---W'IAL Building fund money .. $287,000 TOTAL  Methodist Women CAMP-RILEY DRUGS _ - Plan December Bazaar, a   ,,t l-ne revenue bonds tmaer me Plflonro r I q./z_ I i  strict Meeting  I . --':Jesus Christ, the'Ligbt of the _ From where I sxt... Joe Mars World," was the prografil theme  h,, for members of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service meeting in the church Fellowship H0al mt Wednescay Makes A "Lot" of Sense afternoon. Mrs. :Morris W. Shvum was program leader while Mrs. O. L. The other day I was driving by deal on that car of yours..." Morse was deqottonal leader. Hostesse for the event were Mrs. Ra T. Smith, Mns. Alma From where I sit, 'qook be- fore you leap" is especially true whenever you start to give advice. Unlike Slim, some folks may not welcome your' sugges- Uon,---esimelally about personal tastes!Whether your neighbor takes coffee with his meals,: or Prefers a glass of beer--that's really his own "business.  Giv, ing folks eredit for knowing their minds is a good way ef keeping friendships "right- side UP," CopTright. 1961, United State, Brewers Association, Inv. Slim Thomas' used car lot, when I noticed he'd put up a hig neon sign. Trouble was, one of the letters was upside down. So I drove In. "Hey, Slim," I said, "that's a nice new signbut one of the letters is wrong-side up;" "Heek, I know that," laughs Slim. 'qVIatter of fact, I had it made that way detiberate. Fig- ured folks were bound to come in to tell me about itand it works! I must get four or five new prospects a day.,' Then he grins down at me. "By the way, Joe," he says, "I could give you a pretty good SAV E Insure with FARMER'S MUTUAL of Enumclaw Friendly service since 1898 SELECT RISK.ONLY Promp Cla,rns Serv,ce Anywhere FIRE- AUTO. TRUCK.PERSONAL LIABILITY All In One Package, Homeowners Policies REDUCTIONS UP TO 27% ON :AUTO UABIUTY & COLLISION On risks who can qualify SPECIAL RATE FOR SINGLE MALES UNDER 23 who lify -Check w|h us before renew|ng your presenf policy JOHNSON AGENCIES II Fird S.reet Snohom|sh - LO 8.688i I 0 W. Ma,n Sfreef Monroe - PY 4-9221 George and _rs. Dae Barnett. Mrs. Robert Fol,lis, president, presided at the business meeting which included discussion of plans for the Puget Sound District an, nual meeting in Belling, ham next pring and the loeal groups ba- zaar schedtfled December 1 at the Masonic Temple. In addition signatures were obtained on statement of public concern re- garding alcohol-related problems in the state. Additional members attending were Mrs. Herbert Jones, Mrs. Tye Hgman, Mrs. Margaret Leckvold, Mrs. Frank Trul'linger, Mrs. ,B. H. Luntey, Mrs. E: G. Hunt, Mrs. H. C. 'J0hhson, Mrs. L. T. Hartzell, Mrs. Albert Whip- ple, Mrs. George Keck, Mrs. Walter Stacey, Mrs. John Worrall, Mrs. Nor- man Hartze]l, Mrs. Sylvia Bag- ey, Mrs. Dora B]oor, MLss Flor- ence Allyn, Mrs. Josephine Logue, Mrs. Max Hegewald, Mrs. E. J. Schrag, Mrs. IIaro]d Kauffman, Mrs. Wayne Rodland and Har- old, Mrs. William C--k, Mrs. Stuart Barton, Mrs. Roy WHey and the Rev. and Mrs. :F. D. Tibbitts. plan will not be issued until they are needed and will be sold to local investors. They will bear a rate of interest of 4%% to 5% and will be retired over -a 15 year period if all the bonds are issued. Interest payments will be paid annually from the operating re- venues of the hospital, ad the bonds will be retired commenc- hag in 1965 after the new facilities are in full operation. Issuing and selling the bonds locally will save considerable, money, it was pointed out, and local investors have already ex- pressed interest in purchasing these securities. The cOmmission directed the architect c the project to pre- pare and ,have signed the con- tract with the success] bidder immediaelyl and the Newland company will move onto the site within the next week. The project will be completed within 250' working days which will be about one oalander year according to estimates. I DURING Bio 00ruckload Sale DOOR HOW TO MEASURE Measure opening width and height as illustrated ;n .diagram. PRE-HUNG SELF-STORING STORM-SCREEN DOOR i from inside) Suburban 400  a:l au,,irmm combination fully weather.stripped you can install it yourself easily Rattle-proof! No metal-to- metal contact! Installs easily in 30 minutes. Perfect fit assured. Has adjustable ex- pand with vinyl sweep. Glass tilts in for easy cleaning. 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