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PAGE SIX Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., May 19, 1960 I ........................... pw=._______, co G E V E N T S... .... i? ]L M O N R O E ANN TROUT BLINKS PERSONAL ITEMS I WOMEN IN MONROE, AND IV, ATURES WAY/N CREATING .: ::: M 0 N I T 0 R Social Editor, PYramid 4-2511 SOCIAL NEWS & CLUBS CHEMICAL SUEd'STANCE5-TO A4AINT.41N LIFE IS   REVEALE[ 7 IV A C014'/5 FEE[71N PAOC_.,.q,... 5HE , : FOR HUMAN NEEPS. ]rIIIEMI,,']"5 RECENTLY ICOVERE THAT 5AkLL ANIOUNF5 0 r THE HYR'OGEN L;WOR/ ETHYL ALCOI-/OI. ,, AILE AVlETAMSI OF A4/C.,O- OR6ANISM5 IN THE 'UMEN. ON THIS ASI A LI@UIL ..UPP/EMENT NOW" i{ L A'(EAMOUNTSOfFARMrrEEP5 i#,"'/Z INTO HIGIY'-qUAUTY /HEAT ANP AII/.K  73;.! '.'....:. ........... :, Holstein-Friesian Assoc. Usts Steffen Lactation Records Albert H. Steffen and Son of Mon- roe were listed by the Holstein- Friesian Association of America as one of four area dairies with new lactation averages for registered Holstein herds. The Steffens have 38 completed production records averaging 14,- 419 pounds of milk and 540 pounds of butterfat. Lactation averages are calculated on the commonly-employed two milkings a day, 305 day, mature equivalent basis. This provides a uniform basis for comparison and selection in registered Holstein breeding programs. Washington State University su- pervised the weighing and testing of production. Others in the area listed are Earle Bailey and Son of Snoho- mish, Henry F. Polinder of Lynden and Olaf Strand of Arlington. The oldest known map is one pre- pared 2,200 B.C. for taxing pur- poses, and is preserved now in the Istanbul Museum. Illllll l 1 Dr. E. C. Plumley OPTOMETRIST 103/ West PYramid 4-$561 School Lunch Menus For Coming Week May 23 through June 1 Monday: Spaghetti and meat balls, cheese slices, buttered green beans, bread and butter, half pint milk. Tuesday: Chicken pie, buttered corn, pickled beets, bread and but- ter, cookies, half pint milk. Wednesday: Chili and crackers, carrot sticks, hot rolls and butter, apple cake with cinnamon topping, half pint milk. Thursday: Barbequed beef on bun, cabbage salad, bread and but- ter, pear sauce, half pint milk. Friday: Macaroni and cheese, spinach--hard boiled eggs, bread and butter, pumpkin or lemon pie squares, half pint milk. Tuesday: Cupboard special, half pint milk. Wednesday: Hot dogs--potato sal- ad, carrot sticks, bread and butter, jello and whipped cream, half pint milk. LOCAL BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs-. Joh Murphy and daughter, Bridgette Caroline, of Se- attle were recent guests in the home of the Charles Woosleys on Rt. 1. It was Bridgettes first visit to her grandparents. Half of those who get cancer in the United States could and should be saved, through early diagnosis and treatment, says the Ameriema Cancer Society. This would mean the annual saving of 250,000 lives. Support the Society's fight against this disease. i T CLAUDE'S TAXI - 24-HOUR SERVICE 1 By Dick Broughton IAlls Cote PY 4-2021 Just a ew mitmte away . . . Six Big Sales Floors (all newly remodel- ed! ), Travel Bureau, Beauty Salon and " New Chinook Tea Room (Fashion show Room _(Fashion shows every Wed. noon). 150 A ttend Linds Going A way Party More than 150 friends attended a going away party last Saturday evening at Vasa Hall honoring Mr. and Mrs. John Lind of Park Place. ,Guests attended from Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Yaklma, Gran- ite Falls, Issaquah, Renton and Everett. Hosts for the party were Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trombley and Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Olson. Assisting the hosts were Mrs. Allan Johnson, Mrs. An- ton Lind, Mrs. Leinnd Glad, Mrs. John Hanson, Mrs. Ben Magnuson and Mrs. Arvida Anderson. They served a smorgasbord luncheon. The Linds will leave by plane for New York on May 30 and on June 3 sail on the Gripsh01m for Sweden. They plan to visit and tour the Scandinavian countries for three months. Lind will be vis- iting in Scandinavia for the first time since he came to this coun- try 38 years ago. Handkerchief Shower, NW Bird Program Are 3-R Club Features A program on birds of the Paci- fic Northwest and a handkerchief shower for Mrs. Agnes Page high- lighted the meeting last Monday evening of the 3-R Club. Mrs. Percy P. Cooley, 616 W. Main St., was hostess for the meet- ing and gave the program which included playing a record of vari- ous bird calls. Mrs. H. A. Porter, retiring presi- dent, was in charge of the business meeting and in skit form gave each person an "orchid" for her assistance during the past year. The next meeting was tentatively set for May 27 at Mrs. Porter's home. It will be installation of offi- cers and luncheon. Additional members attending were Mrs. Ralph Minor, Mrs. Thomas Marsde, Mrs. Walter Mo- berg, Mrs. Allan Borlin, Mrs. Har- old Fanlauser, Mrs. Burton Coun- tryman, Mrs. Earnest Lidell and a new member, Mrs. Stanley E. Blinks. Five Attend Lady Golfers Guest Day Competition, Lunch ,Guest day was observed at Mon- roe Golf Course last Thursday by lady golfers who played competi- tion and enjoyed luncheon served by Mrs. L. A. Schrag. Guests were Hazel Rakestraw, Gladys Gillespi and Bette Barney, all of Seattle, Crystal Cochran of Snohomish and Joan Law of Man- roe. Guest winners were low gross to Gladys Gillespie, 81; low net to Hazel Rakestraw, 64; and putts, Crystal Cochran, 30. First division Monroe competi- tion was won by Mrs. Ben Brady and Mrs. Cecil Kerr, first place, both with 2; Mrs. Mike Laizure and Mrs. Dick Huppman, second place, both with -32. Helen Lalin was first place win- ner in second division with -28 and Mrs. Calvin Prentice was second place winner with -35.' Jake Mortensens Host Pinochle Group Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mortensen entertained members of their pi- nochle group last Saturday eve- ning at their home on S. Lewis St. Those enjoying the evening of cards were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Merrick, Mr. and Mrs. F/arian Haufle and Linda, Mrs. Dora Bloar and Mrs. John Worrall. EVERETT fresher-finer DARIGOLD from local neighborhood farms At Your Doo'r or Favorite Store (The Monitor n, elcomes your club and party nan, s, weddings and local items. But your co-operation is asked in helping keep your news "fresh." Reports should be phoned (PY 4-2511) or brought to the Monitor office ilhin 24 hours aft- er a meeting or party. Coming events is a free service for your use. Your item must in. clude name of organization, tlme and place of meeting. Deadline is 5 p.m. on Tuesday before the meeting takes place.--Ann Trout Blinks, Society Editor.) Silver A nniv. Reception Set For Broughtons A silver wedding anniversmy re- ception is planned Sunday, May 22, to honor Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Broughton, 409 Sam St., by their daughter, Mrs. Raymond Kletke of Snohomish. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the reception scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Nazarene Church. Former Residents Set Golden Wedding Ahniv. Open House May 29 Former Monroe residents, Mr. .and IVf.rs. Rosvell Countryman, will celebrate their golden wedding an- niversary at open house Sunday, May 29, at the Assembly of God Church in Olympia. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. The Countrymans were married in Monroe May 26, 1910. He is a retired engineer %r the Great Northern Railroad. The couple made their home in Seattle prior to his retirement two years ago when they moved to Olympia. The couple's five children are Mrs. Laurel Shipley of Olympia, Mrs. Irma Lydin of Tieto,n, EIoise Countryman of Seattle, Norris Countryman of Olympia and Har- old Countryman of Seattle. They also have 19 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Mrs. Streeter Hosts O.E.S. Past Matrons Social Evening Party A social evening was held last week by members of the Past Matrons Club of Monroe Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Guy Streeter was hostess for the meeting at her home at 139 S. Kel- soy St. Mrs. Howard White was co-hostess. Game prizes during the evening went to Mrs. George Kothe and Mrs. Alice Bekins. Mrs. Bekins of Santa Barbara, Calif., was a guest t the meet- ing. Members attending, in addition to the hostesses and Mrs. Kothe, were Mrs. Paul Laizure, Mrs. V. K. Saum, Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Jim Hart, Mrs. Francis Jellison, Mrs. Henry Dennis, Mrs. Walter Wilson, Mrs. Ray Greene, Mrs. Lawrence Whitfield, Mrs. Robert H. Follis, Mrs. Herb Schwartz, Mrs. Ernest Righetti, Mrs. W. Wil- liams, Mrs. Helen Taylor and Mrs. Mabel Roben. Three Monroeites Go To Regional Forestry Meet in Port Angles Three Monroeites were among the approximately 200 professional foresters and their wives from central and western Washington who met in Port Angeles May 13- 14 for the annual meeting of the Puget Sound Section, Society of American Foresters. Attending -from Monroe were Carl Garey, manager, and Stanley E. Blinks, of the Skykomish Tree and Mrs. Blinks. Theme of the conference "was "Forestry--The Coming Decade." During the meetings, the attend- hag foresters looked ahead to what the 'Sixties will mean in terms of forest economics, research, and education. Speakers on the Friday afternoon program were George Schroeder, chief forester, Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Portland; Dr. John Duffield, Forest Tree Nur- sery, Nisqually; Jay Gruenfeld, Weyerhaeuser Company, Tacoma; and S. P. Gessel, University of Washington, College of Forestry faculty member. Land Commissioner Bert Cole gave the featured address at the Friday evening banquet. A Saturday morning panel dis- cussion covered problems expect- ed to confront the professional far- ester in the next decade. Another group of speakers proposed pos- sible solutions to these problems. Lynette Hodgson Ricci R. E. Elliott Marry Mrs. Lynette Hodgson Ricei of Monroe and Roy E. Elliott of Sno- hornish were married Friday, May 13, at Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hodgson, North Street. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Nadine Elliott of Sohomish and Don Elliott of Everett. The couple plan to make'their home ,at 435 S. Lewis St. Nevada has the highest per capita income of any state, $2,500. Missis- sippi has the lowest, with $880 av- erage. Tolero Rebekah Lodge Plans Trip To Sno., Everett, See Dancers Tolero Rebekah Lodge meeting last Thursday evening postponed plans for Friendship night and a gift sale until fall and made plans to attend the Everett lodge and Friendship night in Snohomish. A music and dance program was fea- tured. The next meeting scheduled May 26 will include a short business meeting only to give members an opportunity to .attend the meeting of Banner Rebekah Lodge in Ever- ett. The assembly president Marie Brown will be making her official visit to ,that lodge. Three members of Rose Rebekah Lodge, Sno.homish, were guests at the meeting and invited the group to their Friendship night scheduled Wednesday, May 25. Junior Past 'Noble Grand Mar- guerite Graden was in charge of the meeting. Noble Grand Mildred Corey was absent due to a leg in- jury in a fall at her home and Vice Grand Amy Anderson was in California. Dora Bloer, Edna Amstutz, Ida Haufle, Zelma Andrews, C 1 a r a Knoshaug and Gladys Mortenson were named to decorate graves of deceased members with the Rebek- ah emblem flags on Memorial Day. Luncheon was served by Mar- garet Nistler and Marguerite Gra- den. The program was presented by Gladys Mortenson who presented the "Sixteens" who sang several numbers and a group of students from the Patty Hudson dancing school. Students dancing were Leanne Scharf, Susan Desotell, Bobby and Gary Broughton, Pam Manosky, Pamela Wheeler, Ann Desotell, Janet Geyer, Pam Lynn, Debby Fator, Darlene DeMonbrun, Carol Locke. Eastern Star Honors Mothers At May Meet Mothers were honored at the last m.eeting of Monroe Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. The program included a poem by the worthy matron, Mrs. Charlotte White, and presentation of a plant to each lady present. Some 40 members attend- ed. Mrs. White and Laurence Keech, worthy patron, presided at the business meeting which included introduction of Mrs. Margaret Hrt, grand representative. ! Today Seventh-day Adventist Pathfinders, church gym, 7:30 p.m. Friday Methodist Kouples Klub, Church Fellowship Hall, 6:45 p.m. Bi-annual convention of Jehovah's Witnesses, Lynnwood, May 26-22, the public invited, special serv- ice, Sunday, 3 p.m. Wagner Grange, grange hall, 8 p.m. Hoe Down Raiders Square Dance Club, French Creek Grange, 6 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Days, Friday and Saturday, all day. Mission Covenant Church Junior High Retreat in Monroe through Sunday. Satnrday 4-H Horse Club cleanup day at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds, all day. First Congregational Church pot- luck dinner, 6:30 p.m.; special speaker, Dr. Sujan Lee, church hall, 7:15 p.m., the public invited. Rip 'n Snort Square Dance Club, last dance of season, Monroe golf course, visitors welcome, pot luck, guest ellers, Pat Dunwoe- die, M.C., 8:30 p.m. Sunday 4-H Horse Club play day at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds. District 1 Post and Auxiliary, Vet- erans of Foreign Wars, Gay Jones Post and Auxiliary 921, 108 Avenue A, Snohomish, smorgas- berd at 12 noon; business meet at 1:30 p.m. Thorlakson School of Music annual recital, Washington school audi- torium, Everett, 2 p.m. VICINITY Silver wedding anniversary recep- tion honoring Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Broughton, 409 Sam St., at the Church of the Nazarene, 2 to 5 p.m. Monday Hi-Lo 4-H Garden Club, Mrs. Bill Dean, Rt. 1, 4 p.m. Order of the Rainbow or Girls, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m Kings Teens, 149 S. Kelsey St., 7:30 p.m. Tuesd Research Club, luncheon and in- 'stallation of officers, Waldheim dining room near Everett, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Goodwill Truck in Monroe, for pick- up call Miss 'torence Allyn, PY 4-3336. PUD Freezerama, PUD Auditori- um, Everett, 1:15 p.m. Seventh-day Adventist Dorcas So- ciety, church gym, 1:30 p.m. Sky Valley Racing Auxiliary, Mrs. Howard EllingsworLh, Main St., 8 p.m. Order of the Eastern Star, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Eagles Auxiliary 2627 F.O.E., Eag- les Hall, 8 p.m. Thursday Ladies Golf, Monroe golf course 10 a.m. Tualco Thursday Club, Mrs. Harry Nelson, Cedergreen Addition, as- sisted by Mrs. Bill Cook, 1:0 p.m. PUD Freezerama, PUD Auditori- u,m, Everett, 7:30 p.m. Seventh-day Adwntist Pathfinders, church gym, 7:30 p.m. Tolero Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. Joy Marsden Gets Top Camp Fire Award At Grand Council Fire Joy Marsden ,became the first Monroe girl ever to receive the Torch Bearer in social leadership last Saturday evening. The award, made at the Camp Fire Grand Council Fire, is the highest rank in Camp Fire. Miss Marsden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marsden, Ceder- green Addition, is a member of Naramata Horizon Club. Previous- ly she was a member of Wa-Can- Ki-Ya Camp Fire group for four years. Three Infants Arrive At Monroe General Two boys and one girl were born at Monroe General Hospital last week. A daughter, Rae Lynn, was born May 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Herve Hall Jorgenson, Monroe. B i r t h weight was 8 pounds, 3 oUnces. The boys are John Allen Trapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael George Trapp, Rt. 2 Everett, born May 12, and Ted Robert Bump, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bump, Rt. 1 Monroe, born May 16. Re- spective weights were 9 pounds 12 ounces and seven pounds, 11 OUnces. Luncheon, Convention Reports Highlight Research Club Meet A luncheon meeting to hear re- ports of the recent state and dis- trict Federation of Woman's Club meetings was held Tuesday, May 10, by members of Research Club. The group met at the home of Mrs. Florence Streeter on South Kelsey Street. Assisting the host- ess in serving luncheon were mem- bers of the social committee, Miss Blanche Shannahan, chairman, and Mrs. Harry Bayly, Mrs. Walter Wilson and Mrs. Maude White. Additional members attending were Mrs. George Butler, Mrs. Margaret Bascom, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs. Jean Tucker, Mrs. Louise Webb, Mrs. Charles Woes- ley and Miss Florence Allyn. Mrs.. Alice Bekins was a guest. Reports of the district spring convention in Snohomish May 29 were given by the club's delegates Mrs. Butler and Miss Shannahan. Mrs. white, a delegate to the state meeting in Walla Walla May 2-4, reported on that meeting. The afternoon program included short talks by each member on a subject of her own choosing. The group will meet again for luncheon on May 24 at aldheirn Dining Room near Everett. New officers will be installed and next year's program discussed. Visitors :welcomed were Mr. and George Kecks Spend ]= Mrs. Gas Riemland and Mrs. Weekend In Tacoma Marie Murphy, all from Floral Chapter, Sultan, and Mrs. Lou Mr. and Mrs. George Kec_k of Reeder of Fort Law ton Chapter, Rt. 2 were guests in Tacoma last Seattle. weekend of. their son and daugh- /  Beauty The group voted to serve dinner ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keck for the Masonic Lodge on its "Old and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansen. ]  S h o p Timers Night" June 1 and made while in Tacoma the Kecks at- plans for the next chapter meeting tended the rhododendron show and / C&LL on May 25. the inaugural se'viee in the new Mrs. Ernest Righetti and Mrs. Mason Methodist Church. T hey l PY 4-5662 Ed Pierce used spring flowers in also took a cruise viewing the Ta- |FOR AN APPOINTMENT decorating the dining room and coma shoreline and dined at a Gig Monroe Shopping Center chapter room. Members of the Harbor restaurant. were Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy : Custom DRAPERY kitchen committee Maude Brown and Hendricks. SERV ICE Curtain & Drapery Hardware Up to 4 aoplee Curtains Draperies In One writ/no/ '-- 1  1 Monroe Monitor MONROE Everett ALpine 2-6116 * 3814 Rockefbller