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PAGE TEN Monroe Monitor. Monroe. Wash.. Feb. II. 1960 Friends Celebrate PARK PLACE NEWS NOTES "  aMrs Zylstra's Mrs. Mortensen Same Broth Date Christian Reformed Church [ The Waparomo Home Dern(m. EdiC.h Harlan, Mrs. Melvin Arm- " Entertains At Lunch A joint birthday dinner , party stration Club met at the hen of strong, Mrs. Fred Bosch, Mrs. A. was held last Sunday for Della Mrs. Ernest Rigetti on Tuesday, C. Elleuberger, Mrs. Jake Moen- trY* runeraJ is rn. An oroo o m .o. ao  o o=  .' oa.  or.   m ,  ,e ,  . W=T  ST. Funeral services are sl,ated for 1 p.m. Friday, February 12, for Mrs. Nellie Zylstra, 74, of Duv'all who died February 9 in a Belling- lmm hospital after an extended !l- The Rev. Henry Karsten will of- ficiae at the services at the Chris- ian Reformed Church Monroe. he luncheon given last Wednesday, February 3, by Mrs. Gladys Mor- lease, 518 S. Lewis St. Guests were Mrs. Ma He, Mrs. Dora leer, Mrs. Vi Merrick, Mrs. Frone Bill and Mrs. William Love and daughter, Tam. home in Bothell. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beavers, Della and Charles of 149 S. Kelsey St., were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Mar- garet Hopkins and Judi. Judi and DelSa each were born February 7, 1943, in the same hos- pital. There were two demonstrations on the program. Mrs. William Hege- wald gave .a demonstration of pro- per .table setting and Mrs. Norman Glover of the Tualco Home Demon- stration Club gave a demonstra- tion of color in ,the home. Those preseat were Mrs. Willis Barber, J." Bld0r,lVJ1:s." Florim Hat[fle"7-Mrs. William Heewed, Mrs. Norman Glover and the hostess. Americans are expected to own one trillion dollars in rife insurance by 1970. MORNING WORSHIP 10=00 A.M, OON SF..RYICJ( 2.-OO P.M. YOU ARE INVITED Sunday School gor all ages at 11:15 A.M. Plan to Shop at Safeway-Plan to Save ai Safeway-During. 374 Burial will be in Sultan Cemetery under direction of Purdy .and Kerr Funeral Home.. Memorials may be made to the "Back to od     DI Radio Hour." Mrs. Zylstra was born Decem-     bet 27, 1886 in the NeGberlands. She !i, ,, , .] ,    PilA  ., 4r_ moved to the Duvall area in 1936 || i '! iie-' H oand was a member of the Monroe %fclue 2ns, Her-  W man, Peter, Clarence and Paul Zylstra, all of Rt. 1 Monroe, Si- , i m   i ..... i i i i I I wren Zylstra of Rt. 2 Monroe And- ) [] I" lr AI n lug n n r n r = r r few Zylstva of Lynden; four daugh-  ters, Mrs. NellieDeJongofl:tt. 1, I ,.u.. W.o u.o.u.a. ,nvine- nr.ar Monroe, Mrs. Rena Werkhoven of i dtUllll llt . Mr. Vernon, Mrs. Gertrude Rip of  - . 1 II   Grand Rapids, Mich., aLnd Mrs. : Store Manager mm m mmlm   ...= _.._.. Imlmmmw _ram_   Berth VanDerVegt of Rt. 4, Ev-  r x/ l If  '  i. l/ ,  l e.rett. , Z..X JT Tour Monroe mm i//   mum u  ma Additional survivors include two  " fewa "to e mm imm..,mmm=,imm mmmlm --"llP I1' l brothers, K}aas Post of Rock Val-  a y r EB im,iim, mla ,pm n ley, mwa, and John Post of Yak- ,a; 50 grandchildren and 10 great- granddfildren. ' . mm m A I A m . li ... . _ ,. K a a t  I r I n m n _ t   M  really,goodsteak Chke" Safeway's)of-  IlL , / ( D]stnctYet]tlons --m vmmmvmmu vtun fer " .. mmlr , .s eafnng thrnlls galore. Serve nf wnh (Continued from Page 1) , # cr,sp golden French fries.., add a zesty 1 1 II | ewe pracdcm avenues of finan- U S Choice- A gourmet s   [# .... ing present themselves. " " 1. he geseral indobGedness bond dellght -- Aged to perfection. Lb. o qm tossed salad and ... need we say more, i ,i'L ae4hod which carries the lowest  w I I1 i nterest rate and must be voted by , "I ' i  r people. . This method,avpr,,bythe@n[]$1Ain|ql 'mm'.m AAal us. Off# mm ill 'ofers at a special election held .lilummmim mill nmmm Choice Lb n-ll  nm or thaC purpose, gives the hospital vmimvmnm ummw mmvmva, " -- ,. l m I l mi.iors the ri$: to levy a n m l m m n n  aillage to retire bonds if the in- i im  ii i "-  - "" i U I i i eme of the hospital is stch that r I ,aynmatscann0tbemade,romthe Igrneh r.rniind Raaf "4,,lUU .... " nw m oods of operation, m ib i m u iV U l i u u b bl U l wno,e or .aJ[t ' 18 to 22-1b. sent and past operators of the sttaton ave -aid a v,'- sub- A m l : aa o m v It n a= i g , = , , mu.  .... "  DUBUQUE or 3-lb 0 a,Ualrenttothecouaty(approx,- ii#HH/i uaAm qPl mtely $9,000 annually), paid them- U MORRELI,S Cu .,Ives good salaries as managers, vllmimmlu II- mlimmm_ m i eucm I' J TnnmmT I V_TrO I i &en care of the normal overhead, i @IIILL/ m iUfli I v vmn,,mtv i  Bi . . red ' good hotal and made [] n A i a _ I F ....... i l Fresh Mmm S i modest profit. One could con- imil -AnNAAdPkA Fresh, Seasoned im# i resnuoLummamver | Fresh Frozen Rainbow I loz. Jar I de tl stiffcleat profie; should illil .l;dlimX;dlYl_ to perfection Lb l,ll' I lk @[11 I IL Iffd i a- I itm, aaecarUndrPoblfderrt...r': mmmii vl,nqi4vuov o "IV ,I nu. L I nu. o=  I q4" I nt without any tax levy. ,.,--,,,, ..... uz  '-'-e-" I n' ......... t.,4 .,1t.^,4 'allJtJP.a Ol't u'/2"OZ, uan ,.u u L . zic h ca*,%irsVVhi*hUer inte,;.raV-es: ...... - --  . m . -- . A__# es not become an oToligation of Chunk Tuna . . . . . . . 25 LucerneButter...... 67 uranuerrySauce ... Z lor 39 e district guararteed by any tax Swanson's ,. ThL': t,,._v of bend is retired 2-1b. Can $1.13 1-1b.pu/Can l Each C & H Cane 10-1bs. t. No voter approval is needed Edwards Coffee . . . . . 0# me"'----m,,,ers....... Idlq@ G,(,r..... " " " " " m ,, _n profRs of te operation of the . Lder this method, and no tax levy , vv uld then be imposed to retire the Drip or Regular -- 2-lb. Can $1.] 7 l-lb. Can S'methorOe*, fhnenCa:lngeetifln, be U J B Coffee . . . . . 59' r; o n * P-vegetable oil Shortemng 3-|b.  O " #W scussed be ,, " " :ld to get approval of the hospital [" i ld- ' -- ' ..... ea zor rme Datang strict, andacomm]Reehasbeenl $1lmllm II- IllnfillJ nmr I V i  V V ' c.. da ened to study the finances of / .' i I P' i II" ] n i m F F  i .evious opera, ions and all phases | V mm n h m= v ill v n m m =- u I ww financing under the proposed [Peach, Apple 24-oz. IMIll __ blic ownership, ol;" Cherry ' Pies L/ I A i m II i mm aa and I uote" Luoo.o_,,.,.. o: m; n m n M nem a m . m n m m mm# lO-lb. M U , ' Rntt,e RheA 4fi# v v i  mvm 5 H (I i i I v H l "- U] "The people who look to govern- VVi, i.ulv vmmvvvv llV v v ley, Iowa, and John Post of Yak- ,a; 50 grandchildren and I0 great- eing present themselves. me, hod which carries the lowest interest rate and must be voted by the people. voters at a special election held for tha ,purpose, gives the hospital conmssioners the right: to levy a millage to retire bonds if the in- 'ne of the hospital is stch that payments cannot be made rom the proceeds of operation. present and past operators of the institation lave paid a very sub- starUal rent to the county (approxi- mately $'9,000 annually), paid them- selves good salaries as managers, taken care of the normal overhead, operated ' good hospital and made a modest profit. One could elude tt stiffcleat profi shouM be made under public ownership to take care of normal debt retire- meat wit!rout any tax levy. which carries higher interest rates, does not become an obligation of the district guararteed by any tax levy. This type of bond is retired 2-11). Can $1.13 from profRs of te operation of the unit. No voter approval is needed "under this method, and no tax levy could then be imposed to retire the Drip or Regular -- 2-lb. Can $1.17 londs. discussed, before the held to get approval of the hospital district, and a comRee has been named to study previous opera, ions and all phases of financing under public ownership. 4 meat to bring them sectary and ALLSWEET l-lb. Pkgs. presperiy mtght to reambey *-'""--Mjjgarin0 {a;e  Nestles Morsels -, . . . for 89' ,,oz "The cynic is just a man who found out when he was about I0 Anlem Food 35 Pkg. there wasn't any Sant Claus, and Gould he's still upset."----James Cozzens. CUTTER PINK EYE :POWDER tiandy Squeeze-b0ttle .t. Packaged in a non-breakable, pocket- sized squeeze-bottle container, Cutter Pink Eye Powder is easy to use, espe- cially under range conditions. Squeez- ing produces a good "stream of pew- de('. t Provides broad range-treatrnent of pink-eye, and also effectively treats surface wounds and ear conditions. Contains five active ingredients plus a certified dye for clear marking of treated animals. Ingredients include  calomel, an antiseptic especially useful in the treatment of ulcers of the cor- nea; sulfathiazole, sulfanilamide and acroflavin, all excellent antiseptics; boric acid, a soothing, mild antiseptic when applied to the inflamed mucous membrane. $0 gram i'lasblc Squeeze Botffes TRI-VALLEY PHARMACY Veterinary Supply Headquarters Monroe Shopping Center PYramid 4-5431 Jello Gelatins . . . 3 pkgs. 25  10-15. Pkg. Purina Dog Chow . . . . . Sl ' RTTZ Crackers G|ddette Sa#ea. BLUE BLADE You're in for a treat when you shave with the new Super Blue Blade. Unbe- lievable comfort ...shaves that will amaze you. Try it and see on our money,back uarantee. / 16-oz. Pkg. 37' SUNSHINE Cookies - Cinnamon Wafers U-oz. Pkg. 29  PotatoChips BLUE BELL ll-oz. Pkg. SUNKIST ORANGES Premium Lots of vitamin C Half Case - $1.69 Large size Lb, CalaG;dA;ocados each 5' Fresh Carrots . . . Ibm 5' New Spring Crop, ARIZONA DAWN FRESH, Serve sauted or with steak 5-oz. Pkg Head Lettuce..'.2 for 19  Ihshrooms . . .2 for 49. VALEHTINE POTTED FLOW I:ngAw"'''e"wa""''rec"w h ma V TULIPS, HYACINTHS, AZALEAS 14-oz. Bottle Heinz Ketchup . 17 Sale starts 9 A. M. Thursday through Saturday. February 13, In Monroe