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PAGE SIX Monroe Monitor, Monroe. Wash.. Feb. !1. 1960 Big 'W' Company's Net hcome Up 2200o Over '58, But Below Record Weyerhaeuser Company's net in- come for 1959 amounted to $60,407,- 000, a 22 per cent increase over the previous year, but 7 per cent below record earnings of 1956, ac- cording to the annual report re- leased today. Youth Rally To Draw Monroeites Jack Wyrtzen Men'/bets of Monroe Kings Teens will go as a group new Monday to hear Jack Wyrtzen, internaio,'ml yoh leader, conduct a youth rally at North junior high school auditor- ium in Everett. The rally is slated for 7:30 p.m. Monroe youth will meet at 149 S. Kelsey St., at 6:45 p.m. to attend the rally sponsored by the Snoho- mish County Youth for Christ or- A former bandleader, Mr. Wyrt- zon now directs a weekly coast-to- coast youth broadcast over the Mu- tual Radio Network. Alough nev- er ordained a minister he is a dynane, straight-forward preach- Explosion Hurts Shareholders received dividends totaling $1.10, compared with the $1 payments of the last four years "Substantially better" conditions in the lumber market last year ac- counted for a 19 per cent mcreaze in the compm'W's sales of lamber. Plyocd and other building mate,:- ils showed similar gains. Output of the 14 lumber mPls eaehed a new high. The 1.3 billion beard-foot total exceeded the World War II peak, and was 8 per cent above 1958. A record high quantity of plywood was also turned out, due largely to expanded prodnetmn facilities. Increased demand and additional plant capacity brought a general increase in sales of shipping con- ainers. Expandnd capacity cori- buted to an increase in folding car- ton sales of 174 per cent. Milk ear- ton sales  near the 1958 level. ,  Pulp and paperboard sales lip- ped 3.4 per cent, although pv.he- tion was higher. There was an in- crease in the amount of pap.,board produced in the Company's mills and cunmmmd in its own conve- ing plants. Additions to plants, eqmpment and roads amounted to $33,038,000 during 1959, con-,oared with $2.3- OIl,000 the year before. Timber and timberland purohases were $2,520,- 000, down from the $14,535,000 of 1958. The report told of expansion last year in plywood and in paperboard converting fadlRies. A new ply- wood plant went into production at Snoqtmlmie Falls, Wash., and in- creased capacity was. added at Springfield, Ore. Further expansion of plywood manufacturing plants Js under way at Longview, Wash. and Cottage Grove, Ore. A new converting plant was com- pleted at St. Lores, Me., to replace an old facility. Operations were ex- panded to include converting plants in Chicago, Ill., Charlotte, N.C., LePuente, Calif. and Middlebavy Ind. M O N R O E ANN TROUT BLINKS PERSONAL ITEMS ! . M 0 N I T 0 R Social Editor______ _---_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ , PYramid 4-25 ! I SOCIAL NEWS & CLUBS. Sky Valley Court Entertains Royalty Royal Matron Ruth Wehr and Royal Patron Chas. Cromwell el Sky Valley Court of the welcomed the grand royal matron for the State of Washington, Mrs. Jas. Carter of Seattle on her offi- cial visit to this court January 28. Grand Royal Patron Ray Chamb lin of Tacoma, was unable to at. tend due to a serious attack of the flu, also the grand marshall in th( east and grand page were unabk to attend as pl.anned due to illness Despite the flu attacks a large crowd attended. Four new members were initiat- ed and welcomed into the Order. The hall ws decorated by royal matron Rtth Wehr with corsage bouquets around the room and a arge red rose arrangement on the piano. Thirteen matrons from other courts of 1956 were present in thei lilac dresses to honor Eleanor Pierce, grand representative, whose 0ffidal reception Was that evening. They presented her with their traditional lilac friendship cup fro the Social Club 67 and also a per- senal gift in remembrance of her many helpful deeds as the wife of her royal patron of 1954. Royal Matron Ruth Wehr pre- sented her with the Cour gift with appropriate remarks, stating no addenda was planned due to her recent very serious heart ailment. All congratulated her on being able attend and wished her continued improvement. After a shortened business meet- ing Royal Matron Ruth Wehr pre- sented the grand royal matrm with the court gi and she then re- sponded with an interesting talk, complimented the court on their very good work and especially on their very excellent, initiatery wrk. Miss Shirley Mickelberry of Modern Miss Beauty Salon is pictured with Mayor Robert Follis as he signed a proclaim- , ation declaring February 7-13 National Beauty Week. Mem- bers of Snohomish County Hair Dressers .Association Unit 16 have scheduled a public hair dresser's show next Mon- day, February 15, at 8 p.m. in the Everett Civic Auditor. ium. Donation proceeds of $1 per person will be used for the association's social work done for the blind and hand- icapped in Snohomish County. Methodist Women See Movies Of Deaconess Children's Home Work Motion pictures o'f the work done in various deaconess children's homes were shown by Mrs. O. L. Morse at the general meeting Feb- ruary 3 of [he Woman's Society of Christian Service. Miss Florence AIIyn led the devotions. The group met in :he Methodist Church fellowship hall with Mrs. 'Old Fashioned Garden' Party Is Planned By Valley Hospital Guild COMING EVENTS... FOR WOMEN IN MONROE AND VICINITY "Old Fashion Cardens" is the theme members of Valley Guild to Monroe General Hospital have chosen for their annual spring benefit card party scheduled March 17 at the parish hall of St. John's Episcopal Church in Snohomish. A guest, Mrs. Elna Baiise, told guild members meeting last Fri- day at the hospital of the problems and activities of the hospital guild of which she is a member in North- ampton, Mass. Mrs. Earnest Pinkh,am was in charge of the business meeting Rainbow Banquet which was high:lighted with a dis- russian of plans for the /rd party. Plans were made to award table and door prizes. Mrs. Cecil Kerr was named gen- eral chairman of the card party. Her co-ehairman will be Mrs. Stuart Lee. Other chairmen for the even are Mrs. Clarence Peters, decorations; Mrs. Richard Gillings, ticket; as- sisted by Mrs. Clarence Bunge; Mrs. Percy COoley, ,hostess; Mrs. Virgima Albert, luncheon. Proceeds from the party will be used for various guild projects. 18 Monroeites Hear Distinguished Pianist In Everett Concert Today Triple H Club, Mrs. 1V[argaret Mar- tel, 301 S. Madison St, assisted by Mrs. Quinta Wilson, 1 p.m. Tolero Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Ha!l, 8 p.m, Saturday Congregational Ladies Aid Food Sale, Price-Rite Grocery, 1 p.m. Monday Kings Teens, 149 S. Kelsey St., to aend You for (rist rally in Everett, 6:45 p.m. Advance Club, 8 p.m. 3-R Club, 8 p.m. Tuesday Goodwill Truck picknp, call Miss Florence Allyn, PYramid 4-3336. 4 Get Grand Cross Honors At Everett At least 18 Monroeites were among the many who heard Am- pare Iturbi, distinguished sister of the distinguished pianist, appear in concert last Sunday afternoon. Miss Ittwbi appeared at the Ev- erett Civic Auditorium under the auspices of Everett Civic Music Association and as guest soloist with National Artists Sinfonietta. The Sinfonietta as directed by William Haaker who also directs the Syracuse Symphony and in his A series of activities have kept Me,woe members of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls busy. Last Saturday evening Katherine Johnson, Sandra thaby, M r s. Peggy Saum and Mrs. Lucile W, ar- ren received the Grand Cross of Color at services in Everett. The same evening Mrs. C. G. Foon and Worthy &dvlsor Linda Sterna joined in honoring Miss Julia Armstrong, grand worthy advisor, who was paying her offi- ciai visit to Everett Assembly. On Monday, February 2, ten Monroe Rainbew gifts went to Marysvilie for instruction night. Linda Sterna, daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. Elias Sterna, N. Kelsey St., chose "Hope is my Anchor" as the theme for her inStallatio as worthy advisor on January 30 at [he Masonie Temple. She made corsages for each of her officers in the shape of an anchor. Her floor-length dress was a full-ski- ed coral formal. For the evening ergertainment there were songs by the Sixteens and Linda's cousin Andrena Bast played the aceordian. IAnda was voted the most inspira- tional award by Assembly mem- bers. Pocahontas Lodge, IOOF Hall, $ p.m. Wednesday Woman's Society of Christian Serv- ice of the Methodist Church: Lora Lee Brown Circle, Mrs E. G. Hunt, Park Place, 1:30 p.m.; Meriel McCall Circle, Miss Flor- ence Allyn, 332 N. Madison St., Mrs. Martha McDonald, co host- ess, 1:30 p.m.; Friendly Circle, Mrs. Henry Zandarskl, Sam & Pine Streets, Mrs. William Boyes, ee-hostess, 8 p.m. Thursday Tolero Club, Mrs. Mabel Roben, 241 S Ferry St., secret pals will be revealed, 1 p.m. Friendship Club. State Deputy Speaks At Wagner Grange A pie social, bus meeting and social evening higtgighted the meting of Wagner Grange l,t Friday evening at the Wagner Com- munity Hall Speakers at the meeting were guests, Ted Lloyd, sha dept master of'the grange, and John Spada. Music for dancing for the pie social, termed a success by hers, was furnished 'by Mr and Mrs. Ray Connett. During the business meeting Aux- iliary members reported t h e y would meet February 10 at the home of Mrs. Helen Arran o judge hot plate mats for prattahil- ity and appearance. Elsie's BEAUTY SHOP Monroe Shopping Center PHONE PYramid 4-5662 For Appointment 51-ff On its tree farms in Oregon aha She also thanked Jack Erlandsen Tye Hagman, Mrs. Dale Barnett and spare tme guests with the Mil- M .... |[]' .... Washington, Weyerhaeuser refor- on his song dedicated to her, at- Mrs. E. J. Schrag as hostesses, waukce Pops. T UII[I-U VV Ulll[l[ll[ ested a total of 28,000 acres. The ing she had been looking forward During the business meeting led Among those from Monroe at- |[  ][ I1  ||  I[  [ I[ I | reseeding: and p'...nting activ,ties to this. by Mrs. Robert Folis, president, tending the concert were Mr. and W ][ D || ][ | |   " | |11 I1  | Mrs. Eldred Plumley, 10 W. covered "considerably in excess of Royal atron Chas Crom yell secretaries of various lines of work Mrs. Charles Wicklzer, Mrs. v m m m , v m V V g J Charles Tucker, Mrs. Maude White,  I Main St., was burned abou the the number of acres logged, then thanked all for com[qg, many for the organization reported. Mrs. B. L. Taylor, Mrs. Gene Ern- TAMV UD V A A@ [ hand and forearm last Tuesday aft- Lands in Alabama, Mississippi from qtfite a distande and invited Additional men-/hers attending ernoon .when ,, ,recently nd North Carolina were planted all to the dining room for refresh- the dessert luncheon meeting were ster, Mrs. Thomas Marsden: Mrs ||l| Ill m cleaned m a soivenL expmda as with a total of eleven and a half merits and a social hour Mrs. Norman Hartzell, Mrs. E.G. Franklin I-Iewtt and daughter Hel" HlkUr-l r| lit liqd[. U [ she placed it in a heated electric m;llion seedlings .......... Hunt, Mrs. H. C. Johnson, Mrs. L. en,-Mr..and Mrs. Dan Coanelly, __ _ .....  | ....... - z,,e tames were appropriately aryer accoramg to onroe nre '--'H Buss A gain of 10 per cent in the num- decorated with winter decorations T. Hatze}l, Mrs. Margaret Bus- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Blinks, Rov ;ustom Slaughtering & uttlng [ . )  ""! ,.. "i'" i ! ii .:... ", ." "". : cam, Mrs. Maltha McDonald, Mrs.kins,GraCem Mrs.Carpenter'MararetMrs'Leckvold,Cral Jen- MrS.A.'and Mrs. Forrest Tibbitts, Mr. andporter.Elliot Munroe and Mrs.turned. H. for -our IockerWE. PICK UP |l| tMrs. Herbert Jones, Mrs. B.H. Obviously, a great my . | Luntoy, Mrs. Frank Trullinger, out to hear Madame Iturbi and she Mrs.. J. A. Counh'yman, Mrs. A1- did nat disappoint them. In fact, -  - bert Axell, Mrs. F. S. Logue, Mrs. she ran the gamut of pleasing, G. A. Bandy, Mrs. Ellery Jellison, winding up with a surprising en- I --- , ----- Jr., Mrs. Max Hegevald Mrs. core that left her audience oreath- I " _ m [    Cora Walters, Mrs. Sylvia Bagley, less---4he immortal St Louise Blues. [ I  I... 1 [ (.] Mrs. Harold K, auffman, Mrs. Wal- She played this after breezing lace Shannahan and the Rev. and through Liszt's Hungarian Fantasie Mrs. F. D. Tbbitts. : for Piano and Orchestra, a feat Local Briefs Table Settings Are I ' ,,.-., v .,---   m t 1 ,. and Mrs. mpb ndz of Feature Of Tualco J /)_ I !! Iff V/ II 11 II Ill I P lIJI 'IF I Ill P Sattle were guests last Sunday in the home of Miss Florence Allyn,332 N. Madison St. H.D. Club Meeting [ ullug i UUR MHLI00II I I!11 Mr. and Mrs. y J. Polinder A program on correct table set- |  I I A - Im Am'm'A (she is the former Mrs Cornelia tings highlighted the Tunlco Valley I [[ll|| 13t .! In/gl.u: Gelderman) of Monroe recently Home Demonstration Club meeting | . M| | Wlll VM& II 1-V||L||U ll visited Carlsbad Caverns National February 3 at the home of Mrs. I Ben Verlinde. Members brought I or a Park located in southeast.crn New sack lunches for the meeting. I llqlnllm ---m m mum Mexico. Mrs. Carl Smi, president, pre- I I/ll I l Iklg UI BBIT Dr. and Mrs. "C. L. Bunge, ,sons viously had attended a county ex- I | V | | '= I 1-Jl E John and Dale, of Samac Dr., and tension workshop in Everett on I her brother, Lawrence Larson of table settings and shared ideas and | ' ' Of New Westminister, B. C., have re- leaflets from the workshop with | -" tamed from a week4ong ski trip club members. Then members, I ....... ................. to White Fish, Montana. John re- working in teams, set up place set- [ ][ULIII ""m nm AIPKIAN 10S 1 mained at Big Mountain for anoth- tings for various occasions.  | 1 o - - er week of skiing. , Members attending were Mrs. ] AZALEA ! CYCLAMEN l .;. Elmer Frohning, Mrs. Norman I. | ................. . Hosv,,al Lauded Glarer, Mrs. Ross DeMonbrun, Jr., | Mrs. Jack PImquest, Mrs. Clar" I or "l tContlnued from front page) enee Ray, Mrs. James Rayme "  " Smith Mrs Gear- Sah' ] Beautiful Cut ROSES or DAFFODILS for the 1 periee. . ar, , . e - ......... "1 A-Ri-myou;H ....... II It was evident to me from the renkoph, Mrs. Don Steffen, and ,  start that the Monroe General ties- Mrs. Verlinde. Mrs. Peter Ottini [ " ! ,pital gave me the same feeling of . ,, [ LET US GIFT WRAP YOUR PURCHASE 1 in myownarea, wasaguest__.00. I .......... . I security in [he type of patient o,o,00 WSR n-xo-s ,'   DW:A0 60' administration had an ideally or- ] WOLFKILL FEED l SEED Co I ganized small hospRal that tunc- (Continued from Page 1) ......... tioned most efficiently in meeting a the needs of the pationts I came  iuctitii in contact with The team work We went, We fought, We CON[] Monroe Shopping Center PYramid 4-6111 system by which the various de- QUERED. partments and individual mem- --------- _______, __  hers of the staff carried out their H plan schedule of activities proved with 1-Year Warranty on Entire Washer Plus 4-Year Protection Plan ( Pa rts Only) on Complete Transmission plus... A 2-Pound Box of Chocolates in Heart-Shaped Container AT A SWEETHEART OF A PRICE $@iA90 Both for ............ Wheeler Appliance 119 E.. MAIN ST. PYramid 4-3852 \\; to be more than exemplatory. In partienlar I was almost surprised with the way that supplies were handled, so as to make possible an availability of a complete ,array of equipment which would not have been possible in many purehasing schedules. ! I believe that the mo ostand- ing ,atribue that I want to make a point of merioning, s that all the hospteal persennel carried with- in their persona,ities a certain , Northwestern friendliness that has place as a matter of general hspitality, bnt is of even mere value within the hospital world. It is this type of individual kindness at we all know the hospital-pa- tient relatianship depends on and that is therefore -,.so. essential to our "modern hospitals. LADLES! Wil00nesday Is Your Day At ' ONROE: BOWL FREE Prizes All Bay Your BowllncjAbillty Has Nofhing To I s o . 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