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I w PAG~ TWO Tke Monroe Monitor, Thursday, January 2, 1~58 PARK PLACE NEWS NOTES By Ida Haufle Park Place Community Club will meet at tbe home of Ruby Wo~sley on Tuesday, January 7. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Darlene Mallard. There will be. election of-officers at this meeting. All Park Place ladies are cordially. invited to a~tend. Christmas Day guests at the home of Mrs. Pauline Law were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Law and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. George Ham- mond and family, Mrs. Kathleen Moffat of Monroe, and Mr. and . Mrs. Robert Bernethy, Jr. and family of Lake Stevens. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Pauline' Law on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Don McClory of Seat- tle. Mrs. Woodrow Harriston and two daughters, Dixie and Gale of Maywood, California are here vis- iting her mother, Mrs. Harmon "Waggoner. Mrs. Harriston will be remembered as Mary Watsoz{ of Park Place. She is also visit- ing friends in the community. Miss Elizabeth Rogers of Col- lege Place was a dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gohl on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gohl drove to Auburn on Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Gohl and Mrs. Henry Steiger. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest' Hunt en- tertained for dinner, Christmas tree and carol singing Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ejnar Johnson and fam- ily on Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Guptill en- tertained on Christmas Day for their family, all being home ex- cept Marvin and hi~ family. Th. ose enjoying dinner together were Glen Guptill, Gone and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Cec Gul> till and family, Mr. and Mr. Dale Guptlll and familyof Seat- fie, Mr. and Mrs. James Court and family, Noreen Lorenz and Kermit Lund. Callers in the aft- ernoon were Mrs. Claire Savage of Bellingham and Dick Craven of SnohoTnish. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Guptill and Mr. and Mrs. Cec. Guptill drove to Seattle Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dale Guptill and daugh- ter and to bring home Gay Gup- till who had been visiting .there since Friday. Mr. and Mns. Nels. Nelson en- tertained for dinner on Christ- mas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elven and family of Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nelson and family of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Egon Nelson and family of Nortl~ Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Torrell and family of Mountlake Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cedergreen "of Wenatchee arrived on Christ- mas Day to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs-. Nels Nelson. , Mr. and Mrs. John Worrall Baehler, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Orthopedic Sale Nets $215 For Hospital Mrs. Kelly MeKinnon" of Mon- roe was awarded the St. Francis Niche awarded by the Maud Gray Clark Orthopedic Auxiliary at their annual Christmas Greens Sale. Proceeds of the sale, $215, will be given to the Orthopedic Hos- pital for their work with crippled children. Members of the audiliary ex- pressed their thanks to .the pub- lic for making the sale such a great success. Square Dancers To Meet Saturday Nite Rip and Snort Square Dance' Club will' hold their regular meet- ing Saturday night at the Golf Club. Beginners instruction will be held at 8 p.m. and the dance will begin at 9 p.m. The Bob Burchards and Dick Cedergreens will be hosts to the pot-luck luncheon Everyone is invited to attend the dance. Kraft of Everett and the Clar- ence Ray family Durng Christmas week Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ray and Mr. and Mrs. ~irk Scb_lamp were guests of Mr: and Mrs. Robert Baehler for an eveniag of cards. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Steffen spent Christmas with the Henry Salvadalena family in Eltopia. Guests of Blanche and Bob , Shannahan on Christmas Day were their sister Mrs. Carl V. Larson of St. Paul and Mr. tar- son, their son John, his wife and two sons, Eric and Billy. Mrs. Bessie Foye and her sons spent Christmas Day at the Rich- ard Birdsall home in Lake City and Kristy Birdsall returned with her to visit until New Year's' Day when her family came to be din- ner guests and iake her home. Guests at the John Oh]sen home Christmas Eve were Mr. and Mrs. George Santose, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gentile, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Frost and daughter Linda, all of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mes'ke. The follow- ing day the Ohlsen family were dinner 'guests at the. Gentile home. Mrs. Alice Ob_lsen and family 'spent Christmas Eve at the Frank McLeod home in Kenmore. Th~ Grange Christmas' party held Saturday evehieg, Decem- ber 21 was well attended, with more than one hundred present for supper', an excellent program and a ,visit from Santa Claus. Mrs. Albert Steffen was "in charge of the supper and Mrs. Nettle Fahrenkopf arranged for the pro- gram. Grange members and their families had a thoroughly enjoyable evening. The Thursday Club of Tualco Grange had a Christmas party Friday~ evening with Mrs. Bessie Foye and Mrs. Ralph Ramaley as hostesses. SAVE tjyMAIL 3 DIVIDEND computed on monthly balances, corn-' pounded and paid June 30 and Decem- ber 31. SAVE BY MAIL. Union,Federal furnishes postage free envelopes. We pay the postage BOTH ways. Insured to $10,000 by F.S.L.I.C., a govern- ment agency. UNION FEDERAL; SAVINGS &-LOAN ASSOCIATION Founded in ~ THIRD FLOOR ~~s.&1411" 4th Ave. Bldg., Seattle !. Loan Association Third Floor 1411 Fourth Ave. Bldg." Seatt!e 1 I am enclosing $ to open a savings account-- \ . [] individual [] revocable trust [] joint [] company or corporatlo.n Name " (please print or type) Address City Signature Union Federal l~uys Real Estate Contracts and Services Collections Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hanson of Seattle spent the Christmas week with Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Thomas Rausch at her home on south Madison street. Mrs. Lynn Spencer of Seal> poose, Oregon, while visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Taylor during the holiday, ob- Served her son Jeff's first birth- day anniversary, December 26, by entertaining Mrs. Max Tay- lor and sons Mike, Curt and Chris of Bellevue, Mrs. Don Vo- gel and son Mark, Mrs. David Miles and daughter Suzanne, all of Nanaimo, B.C. and Mrs. Ark- ley Westrope of Tacoma. Mrs. Westrope remained as an over- night guest at the Taylor home. Mrs. Carrie Greene was a New Year's Day guest at the Bill Campbell home in Snohomish. Mrs. George J. Campbell spent the Christmas holidays in Arling- ton as the guest of the C. L. Marshes and oi Mrs. Mary Gates of Praston. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Simon, Carolyn and Jackie came from Williams Lake, B.C. before Christmas to be with his parents and other relative~ for a week. They have started to build a new home two miles from the town of Williams Lake and expect to complete it this summer. This will bring them fifteen miles nearer town where Carolyn is a high school' junior this year. Charles Cromwell who was a patient in Everett General Hos- ital recently for major surgery is convalescing nicely at home and expects to be about again very soon. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Burnett of Beaverton, Oregon and Mr. and Mrs. Jon Burnett and daughter Anne oir Redwood City, Califor- nia were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Lucken. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Devers' spent Christmas Day at the Carl Shalkau home in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. William Heald and family of Sflverdale spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. William ,Broughton and with the George Healds of Sultan. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hansen of Seattle arc spending Christmas week with Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Thomas Rausch. Mrs. Margaret Barber was a dinner guest Christmas Day at the home of her son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barber, Woods Street. The W.S.C.S of the Methodist church will meet at 1:30 p.m. January 8 in the social rooms of the church, with Mrs. Forrest Tibbitts, Mrs. Margaret Bascom, Mrs. Cora Walters and Mrs. Sheffer as, hostesses. Sgt. and Mrs. Vance King and daughter Gayle reported to her pardnts, Mr. and Mrs. William Broughton that they were settled in a house in Salinas and had a Christmas tree up before mid- night, December 24. Sgt. King is "stationed at F,t. Ord. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durr spent Christmas Eve with the John Martinez family at McNeil~ Is- land and returned next day in time to join the. family gather- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McKenzie who were enter- raining Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mc- Kenzie and four children of Bel- lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart and Valerie of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Elton McKen- zie of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. William McKenzie and family of Edmonds had visited them the previous evening. Mr. and Mrs Ed Durr enjoyed a visit with the Alve Johnson family in Burlington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Dan Connelly at-- tended funeral services in Port- land Saturday, December 21 for Mrs.. Frank McManamy. Mrs. McManamy was a .sister of the late Mr. Kobe, Mrs. Connelly's father. The Goodwill truck will be in Monroe Tuesday, January 7." If you have discarded articles for them please call Miss Florence Allyn (PY 4-3336). Your dona- tions may help keep the 268 handicapped pensons employed by them during the Christmas rush, busy through'out the' year. Mr. and Mrs. Hal LaWhon and son Jimmy of Roekport were holi- day guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nel- son. "[ i Dr. E. C. Plumley Announcing" 1031~ West Main PYramid 4-5561 HEW BUSINESS HOURS 9 aem. to 12 noon 1 p.m,.to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday , ,,,_o., , HOOIIE SALES ,,Y 4 [] / ] Lawrence V. Whitfield I MONROE INS. AGENCY I Prudedntial Insurance Co. i of America [ 118 So. Lewis PYramid 4-3782[ / I "ALLAN , u,.N BURK PYnumld 4-2321 / ,, "_ / | Tualco News Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hegewald on Christmas Day were/the Bob Hegewald family, the Bill Hegewald family, C~eorge Hoard of Sultan, Oscar Haugen and Mi~s Olga Haugen of Snoho- mish. Mrs. Hegewald left Friday to. spend some time with the Weldon Willian'/s family in We- rmtchee. C. W. Ray of Brewster spent several days during the Christ- mas season at the home of his son, Clarence Ray. The Clarence Ra: family, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Marty and Donald were Christmas Day guests of Mr. and" Mrs. Arvid Kraft of Everett. On Sunday, December 22, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Schlamp enter- tained Mr. an~ Mrs. Robert s~ent from Tuesday to Sunday in Seattle with their son Claud War- rall and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Watkins spent Christmas with their daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Drennon of Snohomish. Mr. and Mrs. James Carmi- chael had their entire family to- ge'ther for the first time in sev- eral years. For dinner on Christ- mas Day they entertained Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clement and family of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carmichael and family of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hunt and family of Monroe and Mrs. Carmichael's sister, Mrs. John- son of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. James Carmi- chael spent New Years Day in Seattle at the home of Mr: and Mrs. Charles McCoy. Your reporter extends best wishes for a Happy New Year to everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Friesen, Barbara and Merle .arrived on December 21 to spend the holi- days " with the Ray Albrecht, Menno P6ters and John Peters families. "They will return to American Falls, Idaho on Janu- ary 3. Hospital Patients Given Gifts, Treats By Cooties Group The Military Order of the Coo- ties, Pup Tent No. 8, made their regular visit to the Monroe Gen- eral Hospital Saturday evening. Dale Grimm, Cootie hospital chairman, with the help of thir- teen Cooties, two Cootietts, five Cootie wives and one visitor, dis- tributed Christmas. stockings filled with goodies and gifts to each patient. The ~ake Stevens Mother Singers entertained with Christmas carols which were en- joyed by all. "" Cootie Grimm announced that he would like to see a larger delegation at the next visitation so all can have a part in the visits which are looked forward to by" the patients each month. Following the visit, the annual Christmas party was held by the members and their, wives in the Hellenic Hall. A lutefish and ham dinner was served by Cootie Olson and his committee, after which Santa arrived with gifts for all. The evening concluded with dancing.. Sandra Taylor Weds Mrs. Anna Hagedorn Jack Crook Saturday Dies Here Recently Miss Sandra Taylor, daughter Funeral services for Mrs. An- of Mrs. Brainard L. Taylor and na Hagedorn, 88, Ferry Street: the" late Dr. Taylor, and Mr. were' held at 1 p.m. Monday, De- Jack Crook, son of Mr. and Mrs. cember 23, at the Purdy and Cecil Crook of Sno'homish ex- Kerr Chapel. The Roy. Earnest changed wedding vows Saturday L i d e 11 of the Congregational evening~ December 28, in the church officiated Methodist church, Monroe, with Mrs. Hagedorn died December the Rev. Forrest Tibbitts, pastor 20 in the Monroe General hospi- of the church, conducting the tar. double ring ceremony. Born in Owatonna, Minnesota, Baskets of white ~tock and October 1, 1869, Mrs. Hagedorn white chrysanthemums, decorated had lived in Monroe since 1906. the church, and candles in the She was a member of the Order windows and at the altar were of Eastern Star. No. 102, Mort- lit by the ushers, Cecil Walker roe; the Congregational church and William Comeau. Robert of Monroe, the Pilgrim Ladies Crook, brother of the groom, was Aid, and was also a charter best man. member of ,the Triple H club. Mrs. Wallace Pearson, organ- Survivors include two daugh- ist,-played the wedding marches ters, Mrs. Myrtle Hjort of Stan- and the accompaniments for Dale wood and Mrs. Mabel Roben of Taylor, brother of the bride, who Monroe; three sons, Ed Hage- sang "With This Ring" and "The dorn of Monroe"and John and Lord's Prayer." Carl" Hagedorn, both of Everett; one brother William E. Smith of The bride was given in mar-" Santa Monica, California, eight riage by her brother, Gardner .. grandchildren and twelve great- Taylor. Her gown of Chantilly grandchildren. lace and net over satin was floor Burial was in the I.O.O.F. length, with long sleeves and Cemetery, Monroe. FLORENCE ACRES NEWS NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Robert Po~f of Alderwood Manor visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Poff and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer duriag the Christmas week. Guests of the Fred Poffs on Thursday were Mrs. Helen Jacobsen and son Daryl and .Mr. and Mrs. Marion Satterlee, all of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Maier of Duvall were Sunday guest~ of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wagner. The Howard Wagner and Bill Wagner families had Christmas dinner at the Charles Wagner home and spent Christmas Eve opening gifts at all three homes. Christmas Eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anders S~ardal were Mr: and Mrs. Reinhart Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pep- pinger. Mr. and Mrs. Een Svar- dal of Seattle were Sunday visi- tors at his brother's home'. Billy Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Roberts will ,~eturn January 6 to Long Beach where he is stationed with the U. S. Navy, after a leave with his fam- ily here. Mrs. Ruth Headley of Arling- mandarin collar of lace. "Her fin- gertip veil of net was fastened to a fitted cap of lace and satin, an:[ she carried a bridal bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. Her sister, Mrs. C~cil Walker, was matron of honor. Her cock- tail length gown was of red bro- cade and her bouquet wau white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Taylor wore an afternoon dress of blue printed silk, with matching ~eather hat for her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Crook wore a knit dress in a dusty rose shade with rose accessories. Both mothers wore pink "rosebud cor- sages. At the reception following in the church parlors, the tea table was centered with an arrange- ment of poinsettias and white candles. Mrs. Lawrence Whit- field, served as hostess. Pouring were Mrs. Paul Laizure, Mrs. Laurence Keech, Miss Florence Allyn and Mrs. Charles Tucker. Mrs. Garry Ziebell held the guest book. The wedding cake was serwd by Mrs. Gardner Taylor .Pallbearers were Bob Stretch, ton and Mrs'. Beatrice Maertz of Les Brady, Bill Streisguth, Wal- Marysville visited their aunts, ter Wilson, George ~:othe and' Mrs. Thomas Green and Mrs. Harry Bennett. Elva Hansen last Thursday. Tua[co Grange Has Special Speaker At their January 8 meeting the Tualco Grange will hear a talk by Willard Wyatt on the subject of the formation of a Metropoli- tan Municipal Corporation and of a one year one mill levy for same for the part of Snohomish County lying south of the Snoho- m~sh and Skykomish rivers. This discussion will give information on the special election the' coun- ty is holding Monday, January 13. Mr. Wyatt will speak at 9 p.m. Anyone interested is invited to come for the talk. Lester Broughtons Entertain At Christmas Mr- and Mrs. Lester ~Brough- ton entertained their daughters Jerald Furgurson. Miss Phyllis Monasmith and Miss Gihny Hicks took care of the gifts. Shannon Walker, niece of the brid% and her nephew, Gordie Taylor, passed the groom's cake. The*Friendly Circle of the Metho- odist church assisted with the re- ... ception. For her wedding trip the bride changed to a suit of gray, tweed with black and white accessories and wore a rosebud corsage. She is a graduate of Monroe High School and Central Washington College of Education and has been teaching in the Shoreline. School District The bridegroom is a graduate of Snohomish High School and Western Washington College of Education. He is on the Staff of the LaConner School District. The couple will make their first home in LaConner. and Mrs. Dale Taylor, sisters-in- law of the bride, and the punch and their families, Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. Lloyd Atkinson and Mrs.- Larry Smith and family of Ev- erett, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johann- sen and family of Monroe on Christmas Day. Weekend' guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,Maier and daughter Marilyn of Long- view, and on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Broughton of Sultan were dinner guests and the Wil- liam Br0ughtons and Art Brough- slsonB ~U!U0Aa e, z0a~ *SUO1 Card of thanks WE SINCERELY WISH TO THANK the many friends for the prayers, cards, floWers, gifts and especially the blood donors dur- ing Charles' illness._~ Mr. and Mgs. Charles Cromwel~ Paid adv. ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL 'CONTRACTING CLIFF FANKHAUSER Phone PYramid 24~ or 449"/ Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hansen and three children of Tacoma -and Mrs. Anna Space were guests of Mrs. Elva Hanson on Christmas Day. Mrs. Julia Space, who has been a patient at Monroe Gen- eral Hospital, is home aga[a this week. Rebekah Initiation Practice Is Jan. 9 Tolero'Rebekah Lodge No. 119 will open its next regular meetr ing on January 9 at 7:3 p.m. sharp. Practice for installation will take place immediately after the ~l~se of .the meeting. It is estimated that at least one million U, S. Goverament em- .ployees stamp papers "secret." Bingo Party GOLD BAR V.F.W. School Gym Saturday, January 4 8:00 P.M. SUE and MAC'S CAFE YV'~ere the Cookie's GOOD[ Open G a.m. to 8 p.m. East Main Street MONROE / \ We Look To 1958 With Confidence A bright and prosperous 1958 is anticipated for res- idents of Sn0ho = County. We look forward to the continued rowth of agriculture, industry and commerce in this thriving area. We wish our customers a very HAPPY NEW YEAR - ELECTRICALLY PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT No 1 of Snohomish County