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PAGE SIX Monroe Monitor, Monroe, W,h, Feb. 25, 1960 Stockaders Org. Set Crocker Barrel Feed At Covenant Church A "Cracker Barrel Feed" will be held by the "Stockaders" organi- zation as a father and son activity at the Mission Covenant Church Friday evening, February 26 at 8 p.m. The "Stookaders" is an organi- zation sponsored by the Missior Covenant Church for boys 8 througl  11 under the supervision of a cap- tain, Robert Komoll. His assist- ants are Jake Reiner and Dick Smith. The program of the organization is designed to train boys in camp- ing, sports, handcraft, wholesome recreation, g r o u p cooperation. Owistian citizenship and spirituaI inspiration. All boys 8 to I1 and interested men are invited to attend the Fri- day evening session and observe the program and work done by the local organization since its found- ing last November. North Creek Grange To Sponsor Open Meet An open meeting beginniag with a pot luck dinner is scheduled Fri- day, February 26, by the North Creek Valley Grange. The evening event which will include a program Pavamani Will Speak Dr. Victor Pavamani A program on the problems of India and on Malabar Chris- tian College of which he is 'president vill be presented Friday evening by Dr. Victor Pavamani and Mn. Pavamani of Calicut, Kerala, India. The program, sponsored by the Methodist Kouples Klub, is open to the public. It is slated for 8 p.m. in the church sanct- uary. Dr. Pavamani is present- ly on the faculty of Everett will begin with dinner at 6:30 p.m. Junior College where he tea- and is open to friends as vell as- che$ sociology. His mission to members, this country is to study the At the Grange's regular meeting March 2 Wilma Johnson, home economics chairman, will present the program Men of the Grange are planning their anmal St. Patrick's breakfast at the Grange Hall. This event is scheduled f_,x)m 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sunday, March 13. The public is invited to breakfast which will include hot cakes, ham or sausage, eggs, coffee. junior college movement. He returns to India early in June, when the college year begins there. The difference between small bus- iness and big business, according to the U. S. Department of Com- merce, .is 'tha a small business employs fewer than 500 persons while a big business employs 500 or more. Q Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Connett, operators of CONNETT'S MASSAGE, are graduates o the Oregon School of Mas- age, Portland, Oregon. They can give you massages that relax and relieve tired rummies. They are specialists on paralysis. CONNETT'S MASSAGE Comer Park and Roberts, Monroe CLOSE-OUT SALE Assorted Colognes NOW $ each values to $5.00 TIB-VALLEY PHARMACY Monroe Shopping Center PY 4.5431 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS 1960 taxes became due Feb. 15, 1960. One half of the real estate tax ecomes ;delinquent May I sf and the second half November I st. First half taxes must ie paid I:;y April 0th. Such payment extends time of the second half to October 31st. Failure to pay the first half by April 30th necessi- tates paying the full 1960 tax at one time. Interest at 8/o  per annum after April 30+h. The '1960 personal property and real es- +ate +ax payments have been rended. If you have no+ reciv'd your tax state- ment; please be sure to have +he legal escripfion of the property when you no- tify. .............. Yerne Sievers " County Treasurer Evereff, Washington GOLD BAR i,y Mary C, etschmann Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yoder, Patty and Jean of Seattle were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dory. Mrs. Bill Teubner and Mrs. Mar- vin Whiteman called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kohler Friday where they joined Mrs. Popps and enjoyed a very nice luncheon with pumpkin pie and coffee with the Kohlers. Later Mrs. Kohler showed them through her beautiful new home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Curzon, E1- lio, Rebecca and Peter of Belling- ham were Monday visitors and din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kucera. Mrs. Curzon is an outstanding composer. Her lat- est work had it's debut at the American Federation of Musicians in Seattle, a duet for the oboe and flute. Clarence Getschmaan came home from work Thursday evening wih the flu and spent the weekend in bed. Marie Bus, Mrs. Paul Wagner and Mary Price of Sultan enjoyed L a trip to Lake Forest Park Thurs- day where they were luncheon guests and visitors at the home of Mrs. Virginia Tom. Mrs Clarence Chilstram, Creone, May Ballard of Startup and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chilstrom of Mow roe visited Mrs. Helen Ludwig Sun- day. Mrs. Ludwig returned to her jab in Everett Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mallgren enjoyed a shopping trip to Everett Saturday. Mrs. Viola Menneger, Elaine and Esther and Joanne Dowing of Seattle spent the weekend at the Gas Kuehls. Other Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Menneger, Judy, Janie and Valorie of Lynn- wood and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Men- negar of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers, Jr. and family of Retsil were weekend guests of Mrs. Clara Bowers. On Sunday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McDaniels. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller of In- dex were visitors and dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- ley Mores Monday. Mrs. Bruce Holbrook has been suffering with the flu for the past week but is feeling much better now Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson shop- ped in Monroe Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Handy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson, Margaret Johnson, Ethel Galbreath, Midge Garrett and Mamie McDaniels were among those who attended game night at the Fern Bluff Grange in Sultan Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein visited Alvin's nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klein in Everett Sum day. Mrs. Columbus Fletcher visited Mrs. Kiens ,and son Frank Satur- J day. Mr. and Mrs. Ace Gilmore and Estella Gilmore visited Bill And- erson in Seattle Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ostrus called on Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman Thursday afternoon. Otto Weideman and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edmisten spent Sunday eve- ning visRing Mr. and Mrs. Colum- bus Fletcher. Frank Nelson and Joe Webber attended the Oddfellows lodge meet- ing in Sultan Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lewis of Marysville spent Monday visiting at the home of Mr. and W[rs. George Courage. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dory shop- ped in Monroe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, new- comers in the valley from Tonas- ket dropped in on the Frank Nel- sons Tuesday afternoon. Sharon Klein of the Everett Jun- ior College spent the weekend vis- Ring her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson Jr. and son Jay of Renton called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson Sun- day afternoon. Mr: and Mrs. Charles Baker, Mrs. Bill Robdrtson of Sultan and Mrs. Frank Nelson drove to Marys- ville to attend the sixtieth anniver- sary of the founding of the Rebekah lodge at Marysville Wednesday, February 17. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sacia were visitors and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Elliott in Everett Saturday evening. Mrs. Gertrude Booten enjoyed Thursday afternoon visiting Mrs. Ray Pass in Sultan. Rena Beaves, her aunt Mrs. Greely, her son Horace of Seattle. Mr. and ]rs. Ted Smith and the four small "K's" of Lake Stevens visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirkland Sunday. Mrs. Lane of Startup and Mrs. Bert Arndt shopped in Everett Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson at- tended the meeting of World War I veterans in Suohomish FHday evening. Mrs. Ethel Galbreath was quite ill with the flu last week Mrs. Harley Mores and daughter Madge shopped in Monroe Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann both visited the doctor in Monroe Sunday morning.. June Dewater of Startup and Doris Miskey shopped in Monroe friday. Mr. and Mrs. Deja and family NUGGETS - - SYcamore 3-2755 of Tacoma visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Raudenbush over the week- end. Mrs. Raudebush spent the weekend at home. She is working in Tacoma. Mrs. Fred Robert's brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Root Jr. of Kirkland and her mother Mrs. Ralph Root of Monroe called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts Monday afternoon. Marie Pickelsimer, Lisa, and the Pickelsimers' weekend guests Ma- rie's sister Nellie Hunter and son Skipper of Everett visited Mrs. Rena Tulcher at Baring Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jean Sather of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. William Spencer, Mrs. Ella Blake and Mrs. Beulah Thack- er of Everett spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson en- joyed a trip to Everett last week where they had a nice visit with Ruth's son and family Mr. and Mrs. John S. Wright, Eileen and Bobby. Mrs. Ella Blake, Beulah Thacker of Everett and Jeanie Sather of Monroe caged on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sinmlons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slereth and family drove to Monroe on a shopping trip Friday. Don Smith of Seattle visited his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Simmons Saturday. Mr. Saunder's son and family. Mr..and Mrs. Jack Saunders, and Mrs. Saunder's brother and family Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wagner, all of Bremerton spent Sunday night and Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders. Mrs. Marvin Whiteman enjoyed a pleasant surprise Sunday after- noon when Billie Bowers called on her to spend the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Saci shop- ped in Everett Saturday. "Rebel," the Getschmanns' three week old Siamese kitten is doing fine with his doll bottle and goat's milk. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barrett vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kucera Saturday evening and enjoyed play- ing games and visiting. Mrs. William Teubner is spend- ing the week in bed after a light heart attack. Dorothy Surig reports Jim Ingra- ham's book, "The Cal of the Iron Trail" is going over big in Gold Bar. Mrs. HarIT McDaniels shopped in Monroe Saturday. Janice Porter of Seattle spent the three-day weekend visiting the Howard Miskeys. Mr. and Mrs. John Jarvi, Joyce and Mike of Klrkiand were Thurs- day evening dinner guests and also overnight visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getschmann Saturday. Richard Ludwig is spending a few days in Monroe visiting his sister Mrs. Jerry Chilstrom. Mrs. Mabel Knight of Whatcom county picked up Mrs:. Warren Sa- cia Wednesday, February 17 :and they motored to Ellensburg where they attended the Women's state beard meeting of the Farm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. ill Shatter of Lake Roesiger spent Sunday evening vis- iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Pickelslmer. ' Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brokofsky visited Mr. Brokofsky's mother, Mrs. Matilda Brokofsky at Winters lake Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Surgenfrei of Snohomish and Mrs. Daisy Carey of Arlington spent Sunday at the Gus Kuehls. Mrs. Carey is staying to visit her brother Gus for awhile. Bill McLean and Dick Wolters re- turned home Monday afternoon from a .trip to the San Juan Is- lands Mr. and MrS. Dean Kell and fam- ily visited Lynn's father, Mr. W. H. LaFond in Seattle Sunday morn- ing. Gertrude Booten and Cecil vs- ited Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon Monday evening. Miss Mary Davis and Mrs. Frank Nelson shopped in Snohomish Fri- day afternoon. When :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erland- sen drove 'to Hobart Friday to visit Sue's brother and f.amily,,Mr, and Mrs. D. Mann, they were pleasant- ly surprised to find two more of Sue's brothers there, Dave Mann of Graham and J. Z. Maim of Seat- tle. The boys had been fishing and everyone enjoyed a delicious steel- head dinner and a nice family visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kell visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schusted in Se- attle Saturday evening. Later they all enjoyed an evening out on the town. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Smith, Linda, Gregg, and Richard of Port Gam- ble, Mr. and Mrs. William I-landy of Ferndale and Mr. and Mrs. Er- nie Botnen of Monroe were Sunday dinner guests and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Handy. Richard is visiting with his grandparents for a few days. Mr..and Mrs. Roland Langdon visited in Monroe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Merv Pfeiffer and son Danny of Monroe, -Mr. and Mrs..Wayne Grady of Sultan and Judy, ' Kathy and Donnie Anderson who were weekend guests of their grandmother were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs." Gladys Banta. Gordon Klein accompanied Mrs. Gertrude Booten and Cecil ,to the theater in Monroe Saturday after- noon where they all enjoyed "Yel- School Lunch Menus For Coming Week February 29 through March , 1960. Monday? Half pint milk, whipped potatoes, meat and gravy, buttered green beans, bread and butter, cherry crumble. Tuesday: Half pint milk, baked beans and sausage, cheese sticks, jello vegetable salad ot corn bread, butter and honey, and pear halves. Wednesday: Half pint milk, Chili with crackers, carrot sticks, bread, butter, jam, grapefruit. Thursday': Half pint milk, bar- bequed beef on bun, buttered peas, bread with butter and honey, and peach sauce. Friday: Half pint milk, cream of tomato soup, cheese biscuits, eel- ery sticks, and purple plums. lowstone Kelly" Mr. and Mrs. Dan Courage. Mrs. Rhoda Bryant of Seattle, and Mr. Coura, ge's niece and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Kefin Oliver of Edmonds spent the day visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Courage Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erlandsen en- joyed a drive to Mountlake Terrace Sunday where they 'were dinner guests and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Terry en- joyed Friday evening at Rufus Owen's home. Mrs. Owens served a late luncheon .after an evening of visiting and playing games. GOLD BAR V.F.W. AUXILIARY TO MEET FEBRUARY 26. The ladies auxiliary to the Mar- tin-Osterholtz Post No. 9411, Vet- erans o Foreign Wars will hold their regular meeting February 26 at the Gold Bar school. GOLD BAR PTA MEE'PS The Gold Bar P.T.A. pot-luck dinner held Tuesday evening, Feb- ruary 16 was well attended with approximately one hundred persons served. Mrs. Frances Grannis was in charge of the planning and serv- ing and sbe was .assisted by sev- eral ladies of the P.T.A. Following the dinner a film "Bea- ver Valley" was shown by Mr. Ku- cera. The business meeting was then held. Special musm was provided by the children of Mrs. Grannis' room and Bessie Hauan played selections on her accordion. Mr. Klopfenstein read a Founders Day message and a poem. A past president of the P.T.A. Mrs. Marie Bus, spoke briefly on .the aims of the P.T.A. Everyone was especially urged to vote in the March 8 election since tlere is a special school levy to ,be voted on.' ....... For the March 15 meeting there will be a discussion on recreational facilities for the sch.ool. MONROE NEWS ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Gus Obom and Mrs. May Obom of 333 S. Madison St., and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Muston- en and Swen Mustonen of Rt. 2 were visitors in Seattle last Sun- day. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson., Mr. and Mrs. William Moser of Park Place were visitors east of the mountains last weekend. In Yakima they visited their daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Glover and daughter, Theressa Ann. In Naches the couple visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Brost, and in Toppenish they visit- ed her sister, Mrs. Delmer Bouch- ey. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mortensen, 518 S. Lewis St., visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cook, Rt. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moberg and daughters, Patty, Emily, Eileen and Marie, of Rt. I, visited friends and relatives last weekend in Mr. Vernon and his brother, Jack Mo- berg, in Anacortes. Major George Main who is sta- tioned at Vandenberg Air Base is in Washington on business and has been in Monroe part of this week visiting his mother, Mrs. George Main, Rt. 2. C. A. Trullinger of Carrington,, N. D., arrived a week ago Sunday to visit his brother, Frank Trul- linger and Mrs. Trullinger, 244 N. Madison. Last Monday the Trul- lingers went to Everett to join their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bos, for a ferry trip to Bremerton and returned via Port Orchard. Call anybody.., emywhere | Long distance calling is easy and inexpensive It's so easy to pick up your phone and call relatives or friends anyplace in the country. The cost is low. The service is fast. The enjoyment is great. Call some- one easily at any distance this evening. Serving the fastest growing communities in the U.S.A. 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