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PAGE EIGHT Monroe Monitor. Monroe, Wash.. April 28, |960 ,j m tune-up for top car performance Let us. tune-up your motor. You'll be delight- ed wdh the difference if makes in engine per- formance. Our skilled technicians' precision adjustments will increase your car's operat- ing economy. You'll get renewed power and pink-up too. Dr,re nn soon for top-notch ser- vice at low cost. HONROE HOTOR CLINIC CLYDE KNOX & KEN DEZOTELL 121 S. Lewis, Monroe ! You Help Build a Better Monro By Patronizing Monitor Advertisers *Fallout Shelters Can Save Millions of Americans Many Americans near the points of bomb impact could be killed in a nuclear attack by blast, heat and initial radiation. But millions could survive by the simple expedient of protect- ing themselves against radioac- tive fallout. PRESIDENT EISENHOWER has called fallout shelters "the best single defense measure for the protection of the greatest number of our people." For about $25 to $150 per per- son, families can construct shel- ters, on a basis, into which they can go after any nuclear attack to stay alive until radiation intensity outside les- sens to safe levels, civil defense authorities point out. Any shelter must be equipped with the neceui- ties of life, including food, wter, first aid and sanitary nmppHes mud lights. There must be enough for all shel- ter oOOUlnts for at least 14 dsys. Two pamphlets are available to help you construct a suitable I| School Lunch Menus For Coming Week May 2 through May 6. Monday: Spaghetti, meat bails, buttered peas, corn bread with but- ter, butterscotch pudding and half pint milk. Tuesday: Whipped potatoes, meat and gravy, buttered sliced carrots, bread with butter and honey, half pint milk. Wednesday: Chili with crackers, carrot sticks, hot ,rolls with butter and jam, chocolate applesauce cake and half pint milk. Thursday: Barbecued beef on bun, buttered green beans, bread with butter, cherry pudding and half pint milk. Friday: Tuna noodle casserole, cheese sticks, buttered corn, bread and butter, fruit, and half pint milk. basement or underground shel- ter. One is MP-15, "The Family Fallout Shelter," which details five basic designs of concrete block, reinforced concrete and preshaped metal The other, MP-18, "Clay Masonry Fallout Shelters," shows five other plans for basic shelters, calling for use of clay products (brick or tile). THESE PAMPHLETS can be obtained from your local or State civil defense offices, or by writ- 'ing to Box Home SheRer, Office of Civil and Defense Mobiliza- tion, Battle Creek, Mich. Many persons building shelters are setting them up as recreation rooms, dens, or extra bedroom space, thns gaining multiple use of the facilities, civil defense officials report. OCDM encourages multi-pur- pose use of shelter space. Its prime concern is that such radi: ation-proof shelter be provinea now, officials say. On the day of any attack, such efforts would be too I/ttle and too late. p Local Bahai Assembly Marks Ridvau Feast, Holds Yearly Election The Monroe Bahai" group met April 20 rat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest WaRers, 312 N. Kelsey St., to observe a feast day of the Bahai cause, the ,first day of the Ridau. Special business of the day was election of officers of the Ba- hai Assembly for the coming year. New officers are Mrs. Kay Ran j- bar, chairman; Mrs. Bessie Haz- left, vice chairman; Mrs. Waiters, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Schilaiy, treasurer; Mrs. Lavina Walker, li- brarian; Mrs. Chrissella Newell, press representative. Mrs. Hazel More of Seattle was ra guest. After the business meeting the hostess served uncheon. One iceberg covering ll,00O square miles (100 miles by I0) and 130 feet deep was observed in the Antarctic Sea in 1927. Monroe, Sultan Host District Horizon Meeting Hosts for the annu spring con- ference of the Pilchuck Council of Horizon will be the harrissa Angie and the Nrarnaa Horizon Clubs )f Monroe and the Jnana ,and Fre- ya Horizon Clubs of Sultan. About 300 delegates from Everett, Marysville, Arlington, Darrington ,and Edmonds will ,attend the con- ference in addition to the Monroe and Sultan girls. A delegation of visitors om Bellingham is also expecte41. Theme for the conference sched- uled this weekend, April 29-30, May 1, in Sultan will be "Gold Rush" in observance of Camp Fire's 50th anniversary. Judy No- yak of Sultan is chairman. She has chosen as her helpers in heading up the various commit- tees of the conclave Mary Carr, Sultan, program; Joyce Marsden, Monroe, fun; Emmra Peters, Sul- tan, church and transportation; Lillian Groeneveld, Sultan, food; Kristy Wehr, Sultan, housing and registration; Dot Love, Sultan, hostess and hospitity; ary Sul- livan, Monroe, packets ,and treats; Ann Stormo, Sultan, decoration and display; Carol Hallstrom, Man- roe, finance; Jean Van Trojen, Sul- tan, correspondence and invita- tions; Hazel Oelrich, Sultan, pub- licity; Mrs. Paul Wagner, Monroe, adult advisor; Mrs. Stuart Tromb- ley, Monroe, adult advisor. Miss Janet Murray, regional di- rector of Camp Fire Girls will be a guest, and she will speak to the club advisors on Friday evening. She will also conduct a session for girls who are interested in Camp Fire as ra profession, ,and the Sun- day morning session on "Keeping Clubs Alive." Saturday morning, after break- fast, Rev. Emrys Thomas of the Congregationa Church in Everett will talk on "The Gold that Lies on the Horizon." He will set the goals for the conference. Following Rev. Thomas' .talk a discussion will be held on "Pro- gramming in the Horizon Club" moderated by Mrs. Patrici Max- wall Keith, executive director of Pilchuck Council for Camp Fire Girs. Five speakers will discuss the Horizon club program. Four of them are: Pat Ostlund, Judy Mur- ray, and Mike Gillespie, all of Ev- erett, and Hazel Oelrich of Sultan. Miss Sharon Vaughn, "M i s s Washington of 1959" will speak at the noon luncheon on a subject that is very dear to all girls, "Charm and Personality," and how she became "Miss Washington." Her talk will be" folloved by a style show put on by the Everett Horizon Girls and sponsored by J. C. Penny Company of Everett Saturday afternoon will be a cre- ative arts workshop which w$l be taught by outstanding craftsmen rand women of Everett, Seattle, and Bellevue. This will be headlined with a talk by Russel Day, art di- rector of EJC who will speak on "An Age of Creativity." These workshops will consist of painting, drawing, dramatics, weaving, pot- tery, dress-making, and interior decorating. Saturday evening Grant E. Pack- ard, superintendent of Sultan union high school, will talk to the ad- visors on "Leadership." Sunday will feature a series of small group discussions on the fol- lowing: charm and personality, safety driving, inter club relations, financing, tips to teens, inspira- tionai leadership, public relations, keeping lubs alive, and a special session for eighth grade Camp Fire Girls to introduce them to Hori- zon. The Larrissa Angie Horizon Club under chairmanship of Mary Sul- livan is respensibe for treats, souvenir pckets and table favors for 300 girls. They h,ave collected candies, cooldes, coca cola, pencils, pads, lipstick and numerous pamphlets on personality, grooming, educa- tiort material, craft and cooking instructions. Many companies, the girls' mothers, sponsors ed Ki- waniannes have contributed ma- terials. Tuesday, April 18, the Nacamata and Larrissa Angie Horizon groups met af the home of Mary Sullivan. The girls formed an ,assembly line to pack large manila envelopes -- very full -- of souvenir materials. They also worked on table favors of leather "pokes" packed with gId nuggets to carry out the con- ference theme Assisting the groups were the advisors, Mrs. Sigrid Marsden, Mrs. Leona Trombley and Mrs. Tom Sullivan. The Skykomish Valley Fireside Obinet, including representatives from each district Horizon clflb, met April 14 at the Sullivan hone to report on club projects. Mrs. Sandy Murray was ..advisor at the meeting rassisted by Mrs. Trombley. Mrs. Sullivan served refreshments. On Monday, April 25, the girls met at the Sullivan home to plan the Council Fire and to ,flnsh rank requirements. The girls planned costumes and practiced  skit ,for the conference. 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