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U.W. Homecoming Queen OLYMPIA ROUND-UP not levying as t4.ff a tax on busi- ness as California land a number of other states. But so far as we have seen he did not bring hem out. R probably would he of lit.tle consolation to the man who is pay- ing this, state&apos;s b. and o. tax to tell him he could be soaked' much harder. State Workmen's Compensation $442,000 a year for the ste. The cost of medical aid for on, the job injuries is split 50-50 by the stae and the employes. We do not know whether or not this is legal. Any state agency acting in the role of employer could challenge legality of the ction taken by Hagan if it wishes• Btt we do not look for any hard hearted fagency to go into Seaman Lee Douglass Duvall Society Plans Nov. !0. 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE FIVE Serving On Destroyer Silver Tea, Bazaar "- Lee A. Douglass, seaman, USN, Members of hhe Holy Innocents EFFICIENT & CAREF UL! son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Doug- Altar Society of Duvall will span- lass of Park Lane, Monroe, is serv- sor their annual silver tea and ha- NA TION-WIDE ing ab°ard the esc°rt' destroyer zaar next Tuesday' N°vember 15' " MOVING SERVICE k.' USS. Nicholas operaUng with the at the home of Mrs. Ward Roney, Seventh Fleet in the Western Pact- River Road, Duvall. Time will be 'I NG THE SKYK()M [SH VALLEY.tI_Z FOR THE PAST 40 YEARS Bb-[d 7 fie. from 2 to 5 p.m. The ship departed Pearl Harbor, Many handmade items will be SERVING THE SKYKOMISH Hawaii, Oct. 17, and will operate offered for sale in the "Gi f t as part of an anti-submarine hunt- Shoppe" to which every one is in- er-kil,]er group and participate in vitedbythesoeiety. SNOHOMISH AUTO FREIGHT Virtually all of the state's 26,000 court about it. It is a good deal for amphibious and air defense exer- •, employes will be brought, under pro- the employes. And the taxpayer eises  Phnn_. -- 5/I,,,I,,,. PY 4  ! ! .^k^__:.k I t' a ")A,A vasaons of the state workme s will foot t.he bill. Maybe zt m worth Th .................... rh, I: I_ Pl.mlau [ • .... • • • e blllp l SgIlUUUlel [0 VlSl[, hang .• .o v• ..uo. 1 - compensation act on next Jan. 1. the cost ,as an added mcen,hve for ..... t. ....... [ ............. Approximately 18,000 already are said this was ,a decrease of 2.83 rong, Okinawa, Taiwan, the Phfllp- Ult'IUm-IKII [ covered The remainder were p]ae- percent as compared with collec- pines and Japan during 't.he over- 1031/_ at,,--. ..'_ I -- tJ -- ..o ....... , ...... ed trod°l" the ,act last week when dons in. October of 1959. Mrs. Tay- seas tour. p.vri'SSa" ......... .1  Monlror want Aa wm 3eli it 3ea-ry Hagan, director of Labor and lor stud the decrease reflected the • • Industries adopted a r.ule dec]aring heavy sal.es last year just prior .o .. ah,, .......... _=--_=--- ..... them to be engaged m extra-haz- heeffectzve date. ofhe increase m QueenKen!ynnWdhams..seniorf.rom IIIttttQttQtttOOOO@OO@@O'OOOOOOOO O am•us empioymem me reaerai gasoime ax poxane wm weJcome alumm oack to  -- --  O the Omvers*ty of Washington cam us Y The workmen's compensation act Study of Transportation " ' " P  • 1 lit / 1 • •  " , , . m h n November 11 and 12 for thetr annual provides medical ,aid, injury A co pre e sive study of ,trans. " • 1 •• ••  V  g | awards, widows' pensions and cam- 9oation needs in four Puget Seund Homecoming Weekend. A Physical • • B1 N / I I I OEhl I@O . Ak -/ I Education molar the queen s also peasation for loss of time result- counties and ,heir principal cities ' " , ' . II 11 ll ll I Ill I dlEIEUtr'.]hl nn e ] malorette for the On vers t band   i ll[ ing from on the job injuries It s was launched last week The sur- ' ' "  • / • • • • • I • l I  II 1 11, 1 omecommg hghhghts wdl include estimated that ,the cost or ,000 vey will presen future needs in th ..... • I nllOIIIO dil, mmJm I -- employees will be a minimum of King, Pierce, Ytsap and Snoho- u: wash,..ngto.n-Cahfor.n,flam.e,:e-  HOME OWNED ana u.nnun: pnmavnm w,, I 11/41;)111;) _ w .......................... the Alumni Cabaret Dance and other • • • I ' ma, Bremerton and Everett.. I:t will tradifional.v.n,, • spemahze ,n WELL KNOWN BRANDS at the I At Lorry s - 2-lb. Pka.  I m ill | gi" 11"1) • l cot $700,000 of which $525,000 will " '  lt£1'ql" Bnlll | "l ] "" "" I " ltlenalleV burial come from federal aid planning mad P , m'vvn=Ol rRIbno" , : : " • J z'esereh funds allocated to this "ex*b '-fo " ahiLi "'- lan-u • ......... " ' ' i' .,ll l. IIT°ll 11"11 1"2. "11 state. 'e study Which is headed by a t 0.0Ku_ r twa_:::.e g " a t'X a-Z4Ul (Parking In Rear) Monroe  -= m, ... -,-. * • == 1 Will De rrlaa oho :K. Mladinov, s a lame venture 'e "" " • Y Gabelko teach s Swahfll m a Cr of the state ,and the Puget Sound ..... ' ... • earn Style- Good Quality In',o ., $ l U W U K I t I . regmat evening SCHOOL course zms • , Funer.a services for Rudolph M. Governmental Conference, which " . :: A  a  a .A  /e nn 3 LB TIN  A m 'LARRY e at quarter while Whtmarsh has taken   vv   . Mehaffey, 65, who died Tuesday is comprised of ,efficials of the four ....... . lmmTv leX l:nrn l/ • " " • his home on RE. 2, Monroe after counties and four ei'ties over aoeizo's cJasses m nussmn. O' IIVHIIg,/ IIHU grill |] • 1  " .=. an extended illness ar set for 10 "  m.    d# • a.m. Friday.  cm Con Cr.e or C Chowd, I,. ri., ' L/I V • Services will be in ,the :chapel of Bo"den's 4.H A .... L:._ ,. uAtJ, d,I-A Iklllll • F  AIUl u AI / I /,nn nu -- Purdy and Kerr Faneral Home. The . I . -- my..m[v ,€,,,€,,o.,,. r00rff 2 Inlll r I.'llu/llsr /ll/#l uu w'l " • Rfev. Richard Anderson will offieiate IS lop rroaucer l [ V b V vlaalg V/ VIlVllHIUPl -I[/ • i in / ' dt:h burial' in Evergreen Cemetery, , T". II • 1 I I I I, Everett. . The purebred Ayrshire of Rich- " Im. Fine Flavored  Tree Ripe Peaches Lge 21,/2 Tins  O Born in Georgia February 4, ard J. Boyden, Monroe, has aehiev- b :/_ i V U l F m am / i /-,, m 1895 Mehaffey had lived in Man- ea .recognition during a recent t ill i’14l-t" S | • lrK rptemn n,$flo_ne n/*a ..  roe'about three years m,o lz)r top milk preducdon. I Il V_lhl-,l_lldl A hunt- i/VVglLVlIIV IIUIdlVIIUIIt "1"i • [Pill AltAEI IIIllqmllt [ He is survived by" his widow, The Ayrshire cow is credited I rMRV'V..,eT../ w . . . , ...... Rl'fl Kur RU| • Bertha of the home; his mother, with 1,743 lbs. of 4.7% mlk and, 82 e CRYtTALCLEAR FT-"--I] • Whole, Wet Pac€ ;nrhaap ceg..ae Hn It Ida, in North Carolina; three daugh- Ibs. of butterfat actual twice daily . • CUT, TACK, SEW or SEAL I 29, I|  dl  r AI • A /’dlnn ........ ters, Mrs. Pearl Ball of Enka, production, which places it among l e0NDRE6SOF USES I uJ-. r I J  _1 _llV]t nrlmn - lelUU a. in e,o ags North Carolina" Mrs. Zara Cable the nation's top herds io the Ayr- i INDOORS&OUTDOORS 1 a llgll UMll gllllllllN/ , [ • .......... i ............... ' " shire 4H Herd ..... c, ,,o ....... o ....... - a e. I'KAN UI=I WALPIUI=) ID. YC of Spokane ,and Mrs. Lucflle Bent- - Test D,vm,on of 5 I g', I - g ₯ .......... _ 1By of Winterhaven, Florida; six cows or under. [    I • Large 400 Count  Four Colors FANCY MIXED ................................ lb. 59€ sons, Sam of Scotia, California, land In accordance with Ayrshire " • 4 qw Fred, Floyd, William, Charles and Herd Test Rules all r, i    • $ 00 SOFT SHI=LL ALMONDS .................. |b. 3€ RoBert, all of Waynesvllle North cows in the herd "mJlkingettst'rred L[   j Ass0rled Sc0|tles / | ' " ' * ' , " Y, • -- S ............................ lb. 59€ LARGE BRAZIL • Carolina. are included. Additional survivors include six OuJrWAn UA-'Ju,,.A-'A • Lge. POLISHED PECANS ................ Ib. 73€ a brothers Floyd of Everett. and /E- .... ,,, .... DVlUll nmuwme • L.,o F IIRI:nT’ Ik a=P er, rranK, donn, Z)OCK ano wrote, v. vuuill|Ullil I iiV, .m., .., .. • -. ,-€. .....  aib,l fili   & .am , all of Waynesvllle; four sisters, Will F"',*"-" ^*-:,-- zu w. mare at. rx q-,azx p ,dP r , AT LARRY'S" and Eula Brooks, all of North Car•- Two experts on Africa will cam _ --  IIF• lt--ad , _fr • :''#e- @ .... i" n- five • " t e..    .-- i" "    A" A"   ":";* :at-angrl loren, a a Jhi:me'o;°cmTlrgeWt:ipgh:sena anEV'll t- [f Am:ri:a': M0:; ]:lEafed" ] • [" , 1t'    • V" ' m | hl I llmll m l  I  trated talk on "T'.and and Fr,edom- Y [ • / rRUII00 K VEGETAOLE00 J • I WANI e The East Mriean Question.' Th ]STORrl WINDOW KIT _ _ / I ....... _  1 I .Monroe FFA Places [°alk'geSnU:ed27 s ce"tstud / °-u'  = RED RIPE TOMATOES -ound 15€ I NESTLE S mum I e an ;ounw roraro pm is the third in this fall's [iI --  ................ ! ...... Ii  I @ Judging, Grading series of free eormnunity-service .[  I I FANCY LARGE CELERY each 13€ 1111111[ .,nl I progns spensored by th college [tll • .............. ! Uli  g  i = by Jerry .anion . The two speakers will ,be Derek l'.' ....  t  PINK GRA pccO'''v  .. oc.. I ;..__ ,_  I m Monroe Future Farmers at  Ub/UtVaU /P ll -- J"l" IL= Whitmarsh and Anatoly Gabelko *! -- rry v" • laced first in the Snoho , ' ........................ " America p " ".. " both young linguists and instruc'- [  • I tL li!  I I mash County potato judging and tor '" . " s on the E'JC evening-school (:::! _.,[ILIEJ []]  • .. p nadtg w,?:td Oa e 2evThisS staff. The pair are collaborating on ']  | • • | ,,, • mish?P'msvl?:°iSL£:restSe°hii 'l i 0arlg0ld D6m0flstratl0n I i BEST j i don in the contest were sil " _.- n| [, 'WHEEL.,'O 0.,,,, ,o' ' ..... rn00l @Sultan, and Buckley Th top stu I , , • , I [ l • , " • -- JerryBredstrand; second' Rie ar [l PLA$i? n[ [[ • 1 .................. I I r'V °  I Boyden, fourth, Bill Court / • FRI:SH COTTAGE CHEESE Ige. 31© • The alternates from Monroe who " ....... " also attended the contest were J,m [ I1!'] • IDARiGOLDTALL- HIVAUUllI.P Helm, Fred Iaufle, Ca1 insted. i HD,, p _. dP--.| ' ['O I . ............ 6 for 89© I I mauunnnno00 //// t • Denny Buse, Dennis Weeks, Mike I I1"   ^"r':.-';.-11 [Ir - I At Larry s --- Quaff  [ • Helm Bob Charles, !and Brian.[ lzffLvs'" • I [!  I , "v ",- [ Too Late to Classif I i 00li00Ii . . . __ . , ; , , . , __=. , .j ,, .]/t  n -.=.=.-- ..7_ ll_-.lo_u I NORWEGIAN SARDINES 5 for $1.00 A:U'I SALE. Sale starts N' I  I F II • • •uI H g m rK pu i .^ _ vember 10th. Storewide savings, I..,..o,.,.0.1"". ........ I""o,,w,,0o-,l/ |  iiEill v mwmummtvt I ..o,,....,. ......v ,.,,... .: • prices slashed. I " " / A.% oV THERE   I• ,v,.am.t,-/.u.l; ........ - DL DI;KKI III.LI O mr I.uu a arhcoedparka men's$Si| LUMBER CO. |  • , IVETSDOGFOOD |1for•1.0()" " Kids rubber overshoes .... $1.49 I Cprner Hm & Lw / I,-,.,.,, • hum- nn,nu u nr, au nnPn m.nanRmu | ............................. Lgl • Baby shoes, ladies as .. $2.00 | py 4-3301 or PY 4-201 / ]' L_:2Fe-04i£ -  P 1MNN • Kin n=n numuu IINNNIIW ! Igrrl aun,a.u aeAnaaam,. " .-- " EE Children's oxfords ... ...... $,.00 1 I k,, 00.,,,,0z  wwm. mmmn-i, ua- vm.vum..mp untuinny/;-'-"-"-,,va.n oa,-mn yc Nylon stretch sox, men's ...... • ' HAIl 441L IIPqPPIIIilA illll / Lge. 16-oz P-. 3 pmr $ 1 00 -'- . " :; ................. I CLIP • [UV 1N[n -uu'.ieum-innw / NABISCO CREME SAN. COOKIES "45" • Men's oxtorns ............ $ 3.88 I m 7 lm=;I eU-IlnilV Irl/ /-- ___ Knee be otSMen,s heavy' men'S]ackets. ........... • re- [ FRED ASTAIRE STUDIOS t" / with ca"p°" - 29IMPERIAL MARGAIIINE ..... P-- "39€'d "on, e:eeducVnuy WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT ,-- ...............  .... . [" • now. [ 2809 We•more, Everett, Wash.  PORKY HAD TWO FIRST PCE AW.ARDS,/n ..... : :: =:':'":. • NEIL'S, Downtown EVERETT, . '  \\; • nr Hewitt and Rockefeller [ I.;,--. ^,, V,,,,... ^.,,.. a TWO SECOND & ONE THIRD -- PORKY/I DD.htTnlgl nun, r I • --- 41-1te [ "'_'e''2n'n,''"k"','. ° ; WEIGHED 133 POUND;. /I rnuunun - m4nlDLr i • FOR SALE: SIL&GE..$6 Ton. Con / • = ................. O " L ]' i /|GIANT IVORY LIOUID ..... S9©| • tact C-orge Lawler, PYrarmd 4 / l   ' " " Bar-S Smokey Chef  Ideal Sandwich Meat CO .................... • 2636. " 41-2tp, .u-.u CLHB • --. , ,.,.... • u../I MET CLEANSER ................ 2 for 29cl . /I I , - ...... , . uu||GIANT LIQUID jOy w i-, SHUFFLEBOARD = ] A 60-DAY CLUB..MEMBERSHIP"-°nly 20 : R-:im0Ke Uhtp lleel pkg. 1 HLARGE/VORYSOA.,... P .................. ................ 3:mr ao’ 2€ I j • - ELIMINATIONS / cents per day.., tSe complete and only • ...... / • For an Evenhg of Fun--! / cost of $12 per member. • -- Dnvl Rne.,nik Ik '3G#I Play Shuffleboard FAima. / O 1111111, IlIJGIIIIIJ IU. i1 /   14on Every Friday and Satur-I / ""'"  • " " /' /. ---'- .... --- .. _ " • day Nites, for Hams, Chick- < . * ens. Lots of Action. No De- [ ENTITLES Iruu TO: • Henry House --8 to 10 pound average /   '.." ar'/ak . a  Yweng  s? to Wh ' 1. 5 (1-hour) Sen.P.vate Lessons in Sockd- • -- * " " r i Ballroom , Smoked PIcnncs lb. 35 / .... *' '" • # q L°gge't/nTuavern [ /  .s (1-ho) Ch. L.om h Cl.Ch., R. O _, ., ,, , / - • m Waltz , J / • A Good A.ortment of Five ! ORANGE JUICE 5 €,,- *' nn . " :  . • . / . . ................  ...... - nuv• qeaovv, V A u TO W A S. n 3 (1-hour) Superved Dance Practice Seimiom O *l,,.nl, U^.t Ik All#i._. ........... = . _ Turn Key.lnstallatibn L / 4 3 F..xclth Club Parties , Snonsoved hv th, • aU"" nn;at |Un  I ru'-AK V'kTABI.E5 ................ 6 for $1.00 _ o rtum FRED AtTAIRE STUDIO ppo "ty. Enjoy these advan- / O n .... I DARIGOLD ICE CREAM -- a=,. A /ages as an owner of a coin op- | O I U.S.D.A. Graded Good Pound I/ " ............... -- erated ear wast multiple opel,- / EXTRA BONUS. for all couples enrolling this week  I rt_ _ rt_ L am . • p., I i. _0 ia-°%N2?d? "e'=n,°b-d" / FREE a $10 'iAIRE Social Dance Course (8 weekly • IUT UnT UAAA• 111 F A I a P   a  no labor roblems, noexlmrienee / elasslessons) for the teen-ager of your cho,cel • II11 [111 Ii11t1.%1 ut.'00-nnnrULUl:K . neeessary. We [mflsh loeafion, /  IIWUUI I UI, ==11Vt I1 III -- mm mmmm mmpI ,..o,,.,,o.., .ou / AL 9 1992 AL 9 3366 " II E h.00l I o ,-, . . • C0FFE • Othe profits. Can be hanged with.  w= t=LU GOOD LnCK n u=^vc ' on• disturbing present ocupa- / ,, n ,'r. I-. . . .... . . 1 - ww a. *,era am v --u mv|la'tl .J | I . .. --- --__ m m 1 m . a • tion. Write for local interwew Z'.D ne rrea Astmre tudio ss upen a : ' ' ' | | ].|le, q[1 ?O .... 1,1[ Tim MI' | • . ...;:..  -.• x•--m • lifo re•m| "v v WF-STERN SALES , / Monday Thru Fnclay 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. . A ,, CUSTOM CUTTING IS OUR BUSINESS II I • Box 2801 ' L _ i , • / , : Bo,le,]&ho , r C Ln r , oooooooooooooooooooooeoooooooooooooooooooot