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r , i Feb. !1. 1960 :onroeMonitor. M0nroe. Waah. PAGETHRF_,E WHERE UNIVERSITYFIP.sT s,xHOSPITALMoNns oF o,oaPATIENTS COME FROM I N D E X N E W $ N O T E S I *"--- I Teams Roetc,soender Panel To Talk . W_?dday, Fy 3 . oe on Fay ehg. hoy Takes Port In Army Legal Matters sJ wTc e emeier of  spent did sarae shopping and attended U.S. Forces, Germany--Array o 12 the day with Mr. Harold Lewd. to business matters. Mrs. Varney .A--.. . ald . ,udor so. "Ot The Famil p 4 CLALLAM 4 SKAGIT 9 [ |NOHOMISH GN(LAN 35 7 KITTrTAG s L(WlG 3 YAKJ MA 19 COWLI TZ WALLA WALLA 24 11 KLICKITAT 3 S(ATTLE- Xl COUNTY 352 REMAINDER Of STATE 314 OTHER kgJTHWEST STATES  More than half the 724 patients admitted to the University of Washington Hospital during its first s months of oiierafion were from outside King County. Although dm Hospital is not yet operating at full capacity, all but six of Washington&apos;s, 39 counties were represented on the list; Patients, who require the special ski]Is and facilities of the Hospital and whose cases meet the'needs of the teaching pa'ogram are admitted by" referral from their private physieians. James Barr, Rt. 1 Monroe, was amo same 740 students at the State University of Iowa reeeiving degrees at mid-winter commence- ment exercises last Saturday. Barr earned a master of science degree in mechanics and hydraulics. Rev. Robert Rankin, an alumnus of SUI who s now asso- ciate director of the Dmfforth Faun- Barr Earns MS At 10wa U. Skykomish So!dier Plays Roll In F,eld daion, delivered  Exercise st. Leu=. ths /ramnmg commermement address. Degrees were coaferred by SUI president Virgil M. Hancher, who also wiLl deliver the traditional charge to the graduating stude. andidates or SUI degrees rep- resented 78 Iowa counties, 31 states and 15 other countries. ;AVE DOLLARS WITH OUR TOP NOTCH CLEANING SER- VICE. WE SERVE THE ENTIRE SKYKOMISH AND SNOOUALMIE VALLEYS. FOR FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY CALL PYramid 4-3716 SMITH CLEANERS 112 Main St., Monroe U. S. Farces, Germany --Army Pfc Morris G. Mosier, 20, son of Mr. and "Ms. C. H. Mosier, Sky- komish, recently participated with the 46th Artillery Group in Opera- fion Bicycle, a field training exer- cise in Germany. The exercise, conducted 'under realistic combat conditions, was designed to determine the group's ability to discover, locate and cap- ture aggressor patrols carrying out their missions in the group's ter- ritory of defense. Mosier, who 'rived overseas last October, is a mechanic in the group's 91st Ordnance Company. He completed basic training t Fort Ord, Calif. A 1957 graduate of Metaline Falls High School, Mosier worked for the Pateat Scaffolding Co., Inc. in Seattle prior to entering the Army in June 1959. WOMAN DRIVERS The invention of ,the electric self- starter put the woman driver on the road. World Book Encyclopedia says the old hand crank was the major obstacle to a woman's driv- d of Sultan was an overnight guest Wednesday at the home of Judy Lgws. ". and Mrs. Roy Barley of Sao- hongsh "dropped in" at the Becks on Sunday. There will be a work party at the Index church on Friday eve- nicK, February 1. beginning at 7. Come on out. If you can't work maybe you can boss! We ed al the male citizens who are inter- ested in fixing the interior af hhe church. There will be coffee and eook/es for the ones who tm out to help. On Saurd,ay here will be a real workoat begh,.nh,,g as early as possible for Lhe workers to get there. The noon day mea will be =rved at the church. Let'S see a large group of men. You  be proud to be able to say that you helped with the job of fixing the church. Mr. and Mrs. Roy PulRava mo- tored to Sedro-Woolley Saturday ,to visR eir grandson, Larry Cow a the hospital. He ,s coming ,along real well. Have those letters been vn%ten? Larry is expecting his friends to write to him. It wi help pass his time and lso keep hn up on what his fri.ens are oing. Barbara Norris of SUlfa visited at the Varney home Tuesday ve- ning. ! My. ,and Mrs. Roy Pulliam went to Everett Sunday to see a movie. Due to the nice weather and people's desire to sing the Index church was packed to overflowh on Sunday evening, Febru.ary 7. All the churches that participate in the Sigspirations were repre. seated. Ninny-eight were coned, twey-fivl being from Index. Al- though it got warm in the building, the singing was very well done. There were some very good spe- cial numbers. The wo upper class- es of our Sunday Schoel sang a special number There ;as 'a four- boy quartet and five smal girls also gave a special. There were several duets besides the group singing wch was led by Rev. Joh Burleson .and accompanied at the piano by Ruth Burgstahler. Mr. Sharpe of. Garland Springs gave the closing prayer. If you like to sing just come to the next igspiration which .is held the first Sunday of the month. The place of the next meeting will be given to you in this column soon. Mr. and Mrs. Varney md EIon and Mrs. Beck drove ,to SuRan and purchased a ape recorder which she will use at school ia the teach- ing of lower grade reading. Robert Varney and Margare Fideline went to Garland Springs on Sunday. Ellen Vmmey was an overnight gues at the home of Barbara Nor- ris ka SdlCan on Saturday. Mr. Vney and Robert repaired the floor t the churc Monday. Johnny Slusher an<J  Vz-- nay warked at the schoolhouse one day last week. Mrs. Madovam Bradbta went to isR the doctor  Wednesday and also on to Everett. On 'Monday e about five o'clock the fire siren blow. A pan of grease in the oven of Omrles Ver Valen Jr's. combon range caught fire. The firemen and sev- eral boys land girls rushed there. The range is badly damaged but other dan. age is light. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Vavnev, Glenn .and Ellen sited at Jmnes Foxes on "Monday evening. Commurdty club will meet on February 16. The Scouts Court of Horror will be held the sm'ne eve- ning. Let's al be on hand to see the honor given most of the boys of Index. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Denny, WaRer, Oneta. and Rose Denny attended the show in Monroe on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howell shop- pad in Everett on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Denny and Walter attended the benefit basketball game at Skykomish on Saturday evening. Viitosr at Halworths on Sunday were Mr. land Mrs. DewiR Dunlap, Carol and Joyee Proper, Larry Krieger and Russell Mensik. Sunday vsitors of the HoweIls were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Loongton and daughter Prunella of EveretL Mr. and Mrs. Roaald Schirman nd Tim visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cowan at Coupevflle, Mr. and Mrs. Jody  of Dothell, Mrs. Jdm Holl'td, Mrs. Alice Schirn'm and Harold Schlrman of Everett over the weekend. Yolonda SPinier is ill out of school. AI the rest are back again and we hope the "flu bug" is last high  on the mountatm Midget ball bearings made in New Hampshire come ,700 to the pound. One pound is worth $129,390, or about 230 aes as much as gold. of Mr. and Mm. Tennis J. Reetcis. oender, Route 1, Monroe, is parti- cipating with other personnel from the 24th Infantry Division in Exer- cise Winter Shield at the Grafen- wohr-Hohenfels training area in southern Germany. The raaneuver is scheduled to end Feb. 7. Winter Shield, an annual winter maneuver involving 60,000 troops is designed to determine the com- bat redinoss of Seventh Army troops. Roetcisoender, a truck driver in the division's S33d Transportation Company, entered the Army in February 1959 and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. The 23-year-old soldier is a 1954 graduate of Telt High School, Car- nation. "Family legal matters" will be the subject of a panel o S County attorneys when they appear at an open meeting in Everett s the end of this month. The gather- ing is being held under the aus- pices of the Suotmm (mty Hamemakers Cotmcfl and county bar association. Open to the general public at no charge, the meeting will get under- way at 8 p.m. February 29 in the Normanna Ha]]. 2725 Oakes St., Everett. Such vital questions as ';Do you need a will?", "Can you lose your equRy?", and "As parents what are your legal responsibilities?" will be [red. -- A GIFT or CARD from Tri-Valley Pharmacy I ROGERS cANDY, llpg. CARDS m ! VISIT OUR NEW NOTIONS COUNTER THREAD --. THIMBLES .-- NEEDLES CHILDRENE CLOTHES -- SOCKS Pay Cash and Save at... 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