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PAGE FOUR Monroe Monitor. i J GAME NIGHT i Congregational WA00R I Meet Will Draw I co00vnmrrY HALL I [|d-3rd Saturdays 8:30 p.m I Fiv e Monroeites = ' Five Monroeites will be Jamong  the 350 official delegates from 122 { churches in Washington and North- ern Idaho expected to attend the 72nd annual meeting of the Wash- ing'ton Oogregatiorml Christian Conference May 3 to 5 at the First  Congregational Church of Yakima. coffee . Official delegates from Monroe will be the Rev. Ellen P. Bradley, for your party Mrs. Henry Trabont, rMr. and lIrs. (4 guesls or a dozen) automatically SPECIAL Nationally advertised.. $24.9S during West Bend's Party Perk Festival Entertain a able for bridge or a roomful of friends  there's plenty of delicious coffee for all. West Bend's "Party Perk" brews 12 to 30 cups of perfect coffee autGmotically.., keeps it fresh, steaming and full of flavor from first delicious cup to last. Just pour in cold water, add coffee.. ; plug in and forget it. Light sig- nals "SERVE" when coffee's ready. Polished aluminum. Monroe, Wash., April 28, 1960 m-- by Mary Getschmann --. SYcamore 3-2755 | ! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elmere of Mr. and Mrs. John Sclmadacker Harry Folkin and the Rev. Earnest Lidell. World mission concerns will high- light the three-day meeting under the theme "Forward for Chirst". Dr. Alford Carleton, of Boston, Massachusetts, executive vice presi- dent of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis- sions, will present a series of three addresses on aspects of this theme. Frank C. Jackson of Seattle, con- ference moderator, and Rev. D. Elmer Nourse of Wallace, Idaho, associate moderator, will preside at the session of the annual meeting. The Rev. Franklin R. ]lliott of Walla Walla will serve s clmplain. Dr. Archie H. Hook, minister and superintendent, wilt preach the conference seromon an the first. evening, using as his subject, "The Great Commission". The subject of his report on the second day will be, "From Strength to Strength". , Two new staff members, Rev. Paul D. Sutley, and Rev. George P. Barber, will be installed on Tuesday evening. Dr. Levering Reynolds, dean of Pacific Univer- sity at Forest Grove, Oregon, will speak t the annual banquet off Wednesday evening. A feature of the three-day pro- gram will be a "Forward Thrust Tour", which will serve to enlighten the delegates regarding the four aspects of the Forward Thrust Program for 1961-1964: Church-Ex- tension, Christian Higher Educa- tion, Improvements at Cam N- Sid-Sen, and ,a Home for S,m!or Citizens. Over 100 officers and committee members (Rev. Lidell is youth-subcommittee chairman) will be insta:]led .at the closing ses- sion, Thursday morning. MONROE BRANCH $76,500,000 FOR RESEARCH Since 1945, the American Cancer Society has devoted some $76,500,- 000 to cancer research. It is now contributing to the support of 1,300 topflight scientists in 145 hospitals, universities, and other institutions. Working with these key investigat- ors are some 3,000 young men and women serving as technicians or being trained for larger respunsi- . bilities. Every phase of cancer is under research attack. The Ameri- can Cancer Society needs the sup- port of all if it is to continue and expand this intensive research pro- gram. Give to the 1960 Cancer Cru- sade. "Piggy Banks ,00re O.K. of course; lint I have a Savings ,Account all my own at the grownulS' bank- The First National. What's more, it's earning 3% interest all the time." OPEN SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AT THE FIRST NATIONAL FOR Y O U R YOUNGSTERS, AND DEPOSIT REGULARLY! Wenatchee spent the weekend vis- iting Mrs. Eva Frazier. Mrs. El- more drove Howard to the airport Sunday evening ,at Seattle to catch a plane for Washington, D.C. where he wi spend several days on busi- ness. Mrs. Gertrude Booten and Cecil enjoyed a visit from an old and dear friend last week when Mr. L. C. Rodwin arrived from Romazaf, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lang- don and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getschmann called on Mrs. Booten Friday morning and enjoyed meet- ing Mr. Rodwin and hearing about .Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy McKermc, n of Kennewick spent Easter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman Wanda bre,ght her mother some beautiful curtains for her bedroom. Mrs. Kiens visited Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Fletcher Monday eve- nig. W. R. Dory is still in the Fort Lawton hospita but is coming along pretty well now. Mrs. Stanley Brzezenski of Ever- ett visited Mrs. George Popps and Mrs. Charles Stuart Saturday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Collins re- turned home Saturday from a va- cation trip to Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada and Death Valley, Clif. Mrs. Carl Handy end Mrs. Gee. Courage visited Mrs. ttandy's daughter, Mrs. L. H. Smith at Port Gamble Wednesday. Roxey Bry of Seattle visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Mc- Daniels Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Johnson drove to Preston Thursday evening to visit Lar's mother, Mrs. Matilda Johanson. Ymrie visited Mrs. Jw hanson while Lars attending a safe- ty meeting in Preston. Mr. ,and Mrs. Cliff Glazier attend- ed a lodge meeting at Lake City Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mmm called on Mr. and Mrs. John McDaniels Sm'utay evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Handy drove to Sedro-Weolley Northern State Hospital Saturday to visit Mrs. Louis Benard who is convalescing from an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mcciement of Paseo visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe LaFerrier Friday. Mrs. Erikson was riding in ber san George's oar last week when a car in front of them stopped too fast for George to avoid hitting it. While no one was hurt Mrs. Erik- son went into shock and had to be hospitalized for a few days at Lhe Monroe hospital. , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson tended the auction in Snohomish Saturday and came home with five little pigs, stopping at the Valley Feed store Ln Monroe they also found six baby ducks to add to their farm. Mr. and Mrs. Mgnus Klldahl and son Vernon of Sulban visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wuthrich on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,Pasclml of Snohamish were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willliam Teubner. Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Uksila visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Crockers at Lake City for dinner last week and met other friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Oelrich, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Verlinde and sons of Startup were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Verlinda. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Yandle and son Mike of Marysville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paschal of Sno- homish called on, Mr. and Mrs. William Teubner Thursday eve- ning. Mr...and Mrs. Clarence Ness and family spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Antan Ness. Mr. and Mrs. S..N. Raudenbush attended the smorgasbord at the Fern Bluff Grange Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olsen and daughter Shelley visited Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Vaughan in Snoho- mish Sunday. Mrs. Ray SuNg has returned to her parefits home at Santa Cruz, California to care for her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse visited Mr. ,and Mrs. Chuck Bricht in Bel- lingham Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glbreath of Seattle called on Rev. ,and Mrs. Robert Walker Sunday afternoon. Roland Langdon drove Harley Mores to Snohomish Monday to visit the doctor. Oscar McDaniel spent Sunday with his reserve truck unit 732 in Everett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith of Lymood and LeweB Morse vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse Sat- urday evening. Mrs. Harley Mores visited' Mrs. Mike Miller at Index Friday. Doris and B'bava Miskey drove to Seattle Friday to attend the bri- dal shower of Janice Porter. Jan- ice will marry Roger Miskey, son of Mr. stud Mrs. Howard Miskey June 11. Mr.  Mrs. Bill Stoeck of Se- attle visited Mr. and Mrs. IIoard Miskey and daughter Barbara Sun- day. They enjoyed dinner ad spent the evening visiting. Mr. Id Mrs. Lester Mores and Samil of Lake Stevens visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Motes over the weekend. Lars nd son Wayne Johnson of Hills and Ralph Grovdahl of Startup fished at Wagner lake Sun- day, each bringing back their limit. Member Federal Deposit Zmm'aNee uon of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Botnen of Monroe, and her son and fmnif, Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins of Castle Rock called on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Handy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Waylie Johnson ,and daughter of Lake Hills and Ray- mond Johnson of Seattle spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Lars Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyden and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyden, all of Monroe called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe LaFerrier last week. Gertrude and Cecil Beoten visit- ed Scoop and Mary Getschmann Sunday aftevneon. Mr. and Mrs. Weidley Fessett and the Whitemans one and only great-granddaughter LeAnn of Se- attle "spent Sunday visiting their grandoarents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Whiteman. Thursday Fred Roberts spent the day at he Getschmaans helping Scoop pour cea'nent for the floor of their utility room. Mr. and Mrs. Basill Davis of Se- attle called on Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Courage Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ctarence Slereth enjoyed a nice visit with Jerry's parents Mr. ad Mrs. Herman Schnach and her brother Stuart, a niece Glee ,and nephew RoUie Sil- vernail, all of Seattle, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Columbus lqletcher enjoyed a visit with eir son Jumes Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs.. John Jarvi and children Joyce and Mike of Kirk- land visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getschmann Saturday ,afternoon to bring Joy, the Getschmanns' Peke home. Joy has been visiting in Kirk- land., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huver of Epb.vata stopped .'by to visit and have luncheon with Alvin's sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chilstram Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Grace Kohier and Mrs. Av_n Phelps eaied to chat with Mrs. Marvin Whiteman S ,tmday evening. Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Webber visited Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Fletcher Sunday afternoon. Gladys Banta enjoyed dinner with her daughter and amily, Mr. md Mrs. Wayne Grady in Sultan Sunday. Jeanie Sather of Monroe called on Mary Getschrnmm Wednesday afternoon. Liz Gretter of Sultan enjoyed an overnight visit with Lynn (3amp- hell Monday night. Mr. and Mrs, Billy N01son and son Mike of Seattle dropped in on the Whitemans for a chat Sunday. Mrs. Walter Wuthvich visited Mary Gets dmmnn Tuesday after- neon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. John Bus enjoyed a drive to Omnano Island Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chilstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huver of Ephrata were Saturday evening dhmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Burger in Snohomish. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ostrus vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin White- man Friday afternoon. Jimmy Straight of Wolf Creek, Oregon visited Mr. nd Mrs. Wait- er WuthNch Monday morning for breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Clancey and son Jimmy joined other 4-H club members from Gok] Bar, Startup and Monroe at the fairgrounds to enjoy ,a practice playday with the Hy-Lo Riders. Bill Martin accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Rol.and Langdon to Monroe on a shopping trip Thursday after- neon. Mrs. Harley Mores and her mother Mrs. Columbus Fletcher shopped in Monroe Wednesday. Those shopping ,in Moroe last week were: Doris Miskey on Sat- urday; Gladys Banta Monday; Mr. and Mrs. Wally Marshall Saturday; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barritt end family on Friday evening; and Mrs. George Popps and Mrs. Chas. Stuart on Saturday. Shopping in Everett were: Lucy Surig Monday; Mrs. Henry Verfiin- de and son David Saturday;. Mrs. George Courage shopped in Marysville Saturday. Scoop and Mary Getschmarm en- joyed Friday afternoon with dinner out and shopping in Snohoish and visiting in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bates oJd tam- fly of Edmonds and Mr. ,and Mrs. Lene Bates were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ver- linde. Mrs. Henry Verlinde attended a friendship night meeting, with Mrs. Laura May of Gold Bar, Grace Wood, Bernice Norris and Joyce Hill of Sultan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis enjoyed din- ner and a nice visit with Mr. mid Mrs. Skelton Saturday evening. GOLD BAR SEWING CLUB MEETS THURSDAY AT NESSES The Gold Bar sewing club was hem at the home of Stella Ness Thursday afternoon, April 21. A- tending were Alice Simmons, Mac Revi, Lena Gregg, Bessie Hat, an, Sue Er}andsen and Grace Kohier. Mrs. Ness served strawberry shortcake and coffee for refresh- ments. The ladies enjoyed the aft- ernoon visiting. MR., MRS. JOHN MCDANIEI HONORED ON 59TH ANNIV. OF MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. John lcDaniels celebrated their fifty-ninth wedding mniversm'y at the home of their nephew and fm-nly, Mr. and Mrs. Blair Joins State Patrol Radio Staff Terry Bair, Rt. 2, Monroe, last Friday joined the Washington State Patrol communications staff at pa- trol headquarters in Everett. Preceding his Everett assign- ment, Blair attended .the patrol's radio or conununication school. Eventually he aspires to attend the patrol academy, then earn a post with the regular patrol. A. H. Overman at Redding, Cali- fornia, January 18. They enjoyed a delicious dinner served by Mrs. Overman with 19 friends and rela- tives. Bill Lundy's orchestra played and sang by request over the radio, "The Anniversary Waltz" and "The Lord's Prayer." The following weekend at the Oak Grove grange hall the Arizorm Ranglers appeared in person and played by request for the McDan- iels "H01d to God's Unchanging Hand," "Sail My Ship Alone." and "The Tennessee Waltz." MRS. JERRY SLERETH NAMED TO HEAD GOLD BAR PTA The Gold Bar Parent-Teachers Assn. met Tuesday evening, April 19 at the school recreation room. The main business of the evening was election of officens for the coming year. Mrs.. Jerry Slereth was elected as president; Mrs. JLtamta Lob- dell, vice-president; Mrs. Della Fergns, secretary; and Mrs. Gear- gia Morse, reasurer. Instllation of the new officers will he held Tuesday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gold Bar school recreation room. GOLD BAR VFW HOLDS JOINT INSTAIATION The Martin-Osterholtz Post and Ladies Auxiliary, Post No. 9417 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Gold Bar. held their joint installa- tion meeting at the Gold Bar school April 22. The new atmifiary officers were installed by Mary Frost, assisted by the color bearer, installing sec- retary and conductress from auxil- iary No. 2100 of Everett. Post officers were installed by Harry Hansen, and esisted by members of the Military Order of the Cooties, Pup Tent No. 8 of Sno- homish Country. Refreshments of cake and coffee were sexed at the close of stalla- tion. The nex meeting wiU be May 13. GOLD BAR SCHOOL NEWS First, Second and Third Grades Mrs. Grannis, Teacher Linda Lou Hub went to S0attle Saturday with her family. Several children were absent last week with the flu. Mr. Kucera gave the second and third grades achievement tests on Thursday and Fday. Judy Lycett went with her fm'n- ily to Forest Park in Everett Sun- day. Virginia Willfford b a nest of hunmgbh'd eggs in the woods ,behind her house. Linda, Marie and Rickie Mall- gren are enjoying the new family of kittens their mother cat had last week. Saturday was the birthday anni- versaries of Tommy Todd and Don- ald Fergus. Donald 'lnd  party. Roy ,and Ruth Eriksen were in a car *accident Saturday but neither was injured. Their mother was tak- en to the hospital and is expected home Monday night. Seventh and Eight Grades Mr. Kucera, Teacher The fourth grade up to the eighth have combined their efforts to come up with a softball team. It was possible to muster an "A" and "B" for the boys and one for he girls. The teams .played Startup last week. The A team had to play close bail to win. Late in the ganm the Gold Bar 'boys overpowered Startup. The B squad also won their game but the girls from Gold Bar were defeated by Startup. The next week Gold Bar travel- ed to Skykomish for a make-up ganm in which the A and B squads of Gold Bar did win both games in a close contest. Coast Guard ! i Reserve Ups A ge Limits Word has been received from the officer in charge of the C oas t Guard Recruiting Station, Seattle, that a change in age requirements for enlistment in the Coast Guard Reserve has been increased from 17 to 21 to 17 to 26. Also no attendance at weekly meetings will be required for those who enlist within 90 days from the date of departure for active duty. Enlistments are now being effected through September. Further infer- mtion may be obtained at the Coast Guard Recruiting Station, Room 236, U. S. Court House, 1010 II, 5th Avenue, Seattle, 4, Washington. m Phone: MUtual 2-3300,* Ext. 546. Try this method to see if a fly rod has a true dry-fly action: Run a line through all the guides and tie it to something, then back off quite a distance and pull a slight bend in the rod. If the bend comes almost entirely in the, upper half of the rod, but isn't confined too closely to the tip, it's a true dry-fly actlon.--Sports Afield. Every continent, except Europe, has extensive deserts. PARK PLACE Grocery & Service FISHING SUPPLIES Open 7 Days a Week II II Cancer Fund Benefit GAME NIGHT Fri. APRIL29 Sultan Town Hall REFRESHMENTS SERVE i NOW OPEN W. DeJong's "SUPREME" BULL SERVICE We Specialize In Superior Breeding For ... HOLSTEIN CATTLE HEREFORD Service Also Available BREEDING FEE Northern King Co. So. Snohomish Co. 500 '5" CALL COLLECT STerling 8-2929 Day or Night Rt. 1, Monroe . RANDORAFT me900s Summer Comfort OXFORDS MOLDED CREPE SOLE BIEGE BROWN -.-with perforated op GREY SUEDE CAMPBELL'S Family Shoe Store PY 4-5351 MONROE IT'S SPRING GIANT PANSYS 55 basket SHOP at HONTY'S PRODUCE New Crop Valencia ORANGES BEDDING PLANTS- 39' doz. 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