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PAGE TWO t Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash.. June 2. 1960 THE mOnROE moniTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe. Skykomlsh and Snoqualmle Valleys, per year ..= .............. $.00 Outside Monroe, Skykomlsh and Snoqualmte Valleys, per year .... $3.50 Official Paper of Town of Monroe and Town of Skykomlah Address all mail to PC Box 398. Monroe, Washington. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. WARD BOWDEN ..................................................................... Publisher HOWARD VOLAND ........................................................ Editor Another Report Made On UFO Still another view of the "flying green stoplight"--now known to be bhm--in its trajectory over Mon- roe--came to light this week. Bill Woods, Washington State Reforma- tory Officer apparently observed the same UFO as Russell Logue, 625 Roberts, and Brede Knutson, South Ke "lsey St. Woods, on duty in the reforma- tory's highest tower, on the admin- istration building, thought little of the chject until he read of other reports in the MONROE MONITOR. It eems that all three men saw the UFO late the evening of May 9. Igue saw it from the parking t’ of the Evergreen Inn while Knutsen observed it from his home. The men were in agreement as to color, but each thought the ob- ject extremely close at hand. Logue figured it would crash into the town hall, Knutsen figured it would either hit the berry fields or strike beyond the woods to the south of his residence, and Woods "waited for a crash" that never happened just outside the reformatory's south wall. All agreed it was diving in an east to west flight. Spotting the men on an aerial photograph of Monroe indicates. although they sensed the object close at hand, the UFO was pro- bably well out in space. Memorials Head Named By Cry. Heart Assn. Roosevelt ("Rosie") Erickson, prominent Everett furniture man, was appointed Snohomish County Memorials Oaai_nnan for the W’,h- ington State Heart Associion, Sno- homi County heart council chair- man, Dr. Ralph Brown, announced today. "llmxmgh  gifts the people of Snohomish County pay tlmugul  to  memory of a friend, associate, or relative, in addition to serving the living. '1 Mnorial Fund provides a groat deal of the support for the aociation's research efforts, edu- cational programs, and services to tl heart patient. Schwartz Seated As Councilman Herb Schwartz, 210 S. Madn St., elected to a town council seat in March, was formally seated last week 'by Mayor Robert H. Follis. He replaces Lawrence V. Whir- field who did not seek re-election. Councilmen and the mayor joined to wish the new councilman their best, and gave praise to the work done by Whitfield tlTrongh his ten- ure. The food consumed ,by the aver- age farnly in the U. S. amounts to two and a half tons a year, ac- cording to World Book Encyclo- pedipa. The sum includes 405 pounds of milk and cream, 144 pounds of meat, 433 pounds of vegetables, 263 pounds of cereals, and 166 pounds of fruit. R-- [ Mr. and Mrs. Waiter W.uthrich drove to Leavenworth on business Tuesday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Marson. Mrs. Lydia Smith "and Mrs. Bruce Holbrook and daughter Leli.a Caral visited Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sternig at North Bend Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wuthrich made a business trip to Seattle Thursday. On the way home they stopped in to visit Mrs. Wuthrich's daughter Mrs. Don Brewer at Ken- moe. Mrs. Lydia Smith, Mrs. Brace Holbrook and dauger Lelia spent the week at Vancouver, B.C. visit- ing Mrs. Royal Holbrook and ram ily. While there they showed Mrs. Smith many points of interest on her first trip to Vancouver. Mr. Hol- brook joined them on the return trip. He had been visiting and fish- ing on the west coast o British Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Underwood and children, Sheila, Wayne, Susan and Brian of Seattle spent Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slereth. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Stark and daugh- ter Donna visited Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin at Richmond Heights Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mores and family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Mores and Madge. Mr. and Mrs. James Richard of Everett called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gregg Sunday. The Richards are old friends of the Greggs. Mr. :and Mrs. Fred Gregg attend- ed the Memorial Day service held at the Gold Bar school. Mazie Mores reports her mother, Mrs. Columbus Fletcher is slowly improving but will be at the Men- ,roe General Hospital perhaps a month yet. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Steverson of Tacoma called on Mr. and Mrs. Marvin whir•man Saturday eve- Ring. Mr. ,and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann visited Everett three times last week, Monday, Friday ,and Sat- urday. Tom Taylor of Wenatchee spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner. While here Mr. Tay- lor nd another ellow put the brick facing on the Surigs' new store they are building at Gold Bar. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dorey em joyed a visit with their oldest son, Airman first class Robert Dorey of Vanderburg Air Force Base in Cali- fornia over the Memorial Day week- end. GOLD BAR NUGGETS by Maxy Getschmann ..-- SYcamore 3-2755 I arrived at the Paul Wagners Mon- day for .a visit. Mrs. Reiter is Mrs. Wagner's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Yust and two children of Everett were visi- tors and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Denning and children Duane and David of Car- nation and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Len- ord and son Craig of Issaquah were hmcheen guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson Saturday. Bill McLean of Monroe visited Mary Getschmann Thursday eve- Ring and called on the Roland Lang- dons later. Mrs. Charlie Whitney of Belling- ham arrived at the Jack Edmistens Tuesday for a four day visit with her sister and fami,]y. Saturday Mrs. Whitney's son Willard, also of Bellingham drove down and picked up his mother and Mrs. Ed- misten and took them back to Bel- lingham where Mrs. Edmisten will visit a few days. Jack is a bachelor now, needs a cook he says. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon accompanied by Gertrude Booten visited Monroe Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann enjoyed a drive to Machias Saturday afternoon, where they picked up a half. dozen ducklings. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Gilmore and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McDandels and children returned home Monday afternoon from Lake Wenatchee where they speut the weekend camping ,at Mason Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson Jr. and son Jay and Mr. and Mrs. Lenord of Issaquah were Sunday visitors and dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nel- son. Mr. :and Mrs. Warren Sacia drove to South Seattle on business Tuesday morning. On the way home they stopped in Everett to visit Mrs. Sacia's granddaughter, Mrs. George Showatler. They also vis- ited Mrs. Sacia's daughter at the Sky-Val gardens in Everett. Mrs. Marth,a Smith of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith and daughter Stacie of Seattle spent Monday visiting Mr: and Mrs. Dick SinTnons. Mrs. John Jarvi and children Joyee and Mike and Mrs. Wain Jarvi, .all of Kirklav_d called oR Mr. and Mrs. C.arenee Getschmann on Sunday afternoon and stayed, for dinner. Later Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon dropped in and enjoyed visiting with the Jarvis. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Collins took DEATH WINS NIGHT RACE ON BREMERTON HIGHWAY Two drivers in fast foreign sports cars, racing side by side, thunder around a hill curve! Doing over 100 MPH, car in right lane skids out of control. Youthful driver is killed as car disintegrates against the trees. Your Valiant dealer says: Mrs. Marvin Whiteman called on their grandchildren to Monroe Gen- ped for a school bus. While wait- Mrs. Anna Phelps Thursday after- eral hospital Sunday evening where ing for the bus to start up a car Mr. ,and Mrs. Clark Sherrill shop- they called the docter to check from behind hit them. them. They 'have e flu but they Mrs. Culver got a kink in. her ped in Monroe Saturday. returned home. neck and the Raudenbush car w, as Mrs. Hallie McDaniels, Mrs. Rex- Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langd0n damaged, while the other car was ey Bry, both of Seattle, Mrs. Grace drove to Dagger Lake Friday morn- not damaged. Wood of Sultan and Mamie McDan- hag. While they didn't catch any WINNERS NA_M:ED IN GOLD BAR iels of Gold Bar were Sunday eve- fish they :enjoyed the outing and SCHOOL PICNIC CONTESTS Ring guests of Mr. and Mrs. John visited friends there. Races were held :at the schooJ MISS OUR RED WAGON S PE C IAL AND WE SELL 'EM IN WHITE BLACK, BLUE SILVER AND GREEN; TOO! FOR VALUE SPECIAL VALUE--You can save a wagon-load of pennies on the wagon you'd want at any price --right now during "Red Wagon Special" time! SPECIAL TRADE-IN--We're making it easier than ever for you to drive a Valiant. Come in, compare! SPECIAL FEATURESOnly Valiant offers you Torsion-Aire suspension, battery-saving Alternator, 3-speed pushbutton transmission--plus the look that out-classes 'em all! Cash in on the Red Wagon Special nowl Valiant Schilaty Brothers 211 East Main St., Monroe McDaniels. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Antwerp of Seattle were weekend guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank Saunders. Mrs. Walter Wuthrich made a business trip to Everett Monday and stopped by the Getschmanns on the way home. Mrs. Lydia Smith, MrS. Bruce Holbrook and daughter Letia vis- ited Mr., and Mrs. Daniel Ross at Meadowbrook Saturday. The Ross- es ,are former Alaska neighbors of the Hlbrooks. 'Mr. and Mrs. William Teubner called on Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman Friday evening. Mr. mad Mrs. Roland Langdon atteaded the Amerie Legion serv- ices at the Bothell cemetery Me- nmrial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Antwerp of Seattle called on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson Monday. Mr. add Mrs. George Seronico of Seattle visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson Friday evening. L. E. McCob and children .and Fred and Eric Smith visited Larry Hayden Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson en- tertained at dinner Saturday eve- ning Mr. and Mrs. Dick Culver and Mrs. Grant, both of Lynnwoed and spent the evening playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Joly and children Of Lynwood spent Saturday visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomp- son. Mr. and Mrs. Frav.k Nelson shop- ped in Everett Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Raudenbush made a business trip to Everett Tuesday. Q Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ahlquist and son Donald of Seattle spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slereth. Gertrude Booten called on the Clarence Getschmanns Saturday evening nd enjoyed hot dogs and coffee. Marion Grady of Sultan visited her mother, Mrs. Gladys Banta Me- morial Day. Mrs. E. A. Reiter of Deer Park Judy, Kathy and Donnie Ander- son of Sultan spent the three-day weekend visiting their grandmother Mrs. Gladys Banta. Mr. ,and Mrs. Cliff Glazier attend- ed the V.F.W. District No. 1 meet- ing in Snohemish last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann called on Mr. and Mrs. Ace Gilmore Tuesday morning. Mrs. Alvin Klein and Mrs. Roy Kohier left Friday to drive to Sac- mento, Calif. to pick up the Kch, lers rav, ddaughter, Lynn Barnes, who will be visiting them for ,awld]e. They are expected home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Reiter of Vancouver called'on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner Monday afternoon. The Martin-Ostexholtz Post No. 9417, Veterans of Foreign Wars, held .a special Memorial Day serv- ice at the plaque at the Gold Bar school'at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Robert Walker gave a talk and a pmer. Jessie Reid played taps on the bugle. The iadies auxiliary to the Mar- tin-Osterholtz Post No. 9417, V.F.W. held their regular meeting at the Gold Bar school Friday evesing, May 27. GOLD BAR GRADE SCHOOL GRADUATES FIVE The Gold Bar school gaduatian exercises were held at the Gold Bar gynmasium Monday evening, May 23 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Larry Kueera assisting. The ive students graduating in- cluded Cecil Boot•n, Danny Knut- son, Caroline Morse, Olaf Eriksen ,and Rex McDonald. ' The program was as follows: processional, Mrs. Grannie; pledge of allegiance, Caroline Morse; in- vocation, Rev. Robert Walker; the welcome by Danny Knutson; songs by the primary classes; cass his- tory, Rex McDonald; "Ten Rules," intermediate classes, Eric Smith, Jerry Holly, Sherry McDaRiel, Dav- id Verlinde, Janis Fletcher, Janet Holly, Pat Lawler, Charles Sherrill, Caroline Grant, Ricky McDaniels, Richard Ludwig, uster Baker and Jacqueline Morse. The class will was given by Olaf Erikson; a girls' vocal troup com- posed of Dorothea Eriksen, 1Vargar- etta Eriksen, Penne Griffith, Diana Kramer, Leslie McCombs, Nladge Mores and Donna Thompson sang; class prop]racy, Cecil Booten; pres- entation of the class, Mr. Larry Kucera; presentation of diplomas, Mr. Henry Verlinde, chairman o the board of directors. Cecil Booten received the special award given by the ladies auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars presented by Midge Garrett for the best essay. The program was closed by the girls vocal group singing "One God," accompanied by Mrs. I-auan on the piano. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served in the lunchroom im- mediately following the program. GOLD BAR WOMEN INVOLVED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Mrs. Ruth Raudenbush accom. pazied by Mrs. Culver of Index were driving to the Garden Walk at Edmonds on Highway 99 last Thursday'morning when they stop- BIG FREE OATALOG 11 picnic with separate contests for the boys .and girls. Some of the winners are as fol- lows: Fourth grade: Jackie Morse, Jan- et Holly, Janis Fletcher, Pat Law- ler, Harry Rowe. Fifth grade: Sherry McDaniel, Dorothea Erikson, Madge Mores, Richard Ludwig, Buster Baker, Eric Smith. Sixth grade: Leslie Mccombs, Elizabeth Barritt, Allan Strickland, Larry Richards, Charles Sherrill. Seventh grade: Perme Griffith, Donna Thompson, Mike Mitchell, John Richards, Larry Martinez. Eighth grade: no girls; Rex McDonald. Three-legged race: Madge Mores, Dorothea Erikson, Larry Riclmrds, Oharles SheriH, Rosemary Eriks0n, son, Leslie McCombs; John Rich- ards, Rex McDonald. Wheelbarrow race: Penne Grff- fith, Donna Thompson; second, Rosemary Erikson, Leslie Mc- Combs; Buster Baker, Jerry Holly; second, Allan Stricldand, P, at Law- ler; Larry Martinez, Danny Knut- son; second, John Richards, Catch artinez. Duck waddle: Donna Thompson, Leslie McCombs; RichardLudwig, Eric Smith; Danny Knutson, Caton Martinez. Pigaback: E'lizabeth Barritt, Jackie Mores; second, Leslie Mc- Combs, Janet Holly; Larry Rich- ards, Jerry Holly; second, Allan Strickland, Buster Baker; Margar- et Erikson, Fay Jermings; second, Donna Thompson, Perme Grfffith; John Richards, Catch Martinez; second, Danny Knutson, Sidney Jordan. Bike relay: Larry Richards, Charles Sherrill; second, Pat Law- ler, Allan Strickland; Gordon Klein, Fred Smith; second, Danny Knut- son, Olaf E.rikson; Donna Thomp- son, Penne Griffith; second, Mar- garet Eriksoff, Madge Mores. Tetherbal,1 contest: first inter- mediate, Elizabeth Barritt; first, upper room, Penne Griffith; first, intermediate, Larry Richards; first upper, Rex McDonald. "The reason so many Congress- men are anxious to be reelected is that they'd hate to try to make a living under the laws they pass- ed." Card of thanks I take this means of thanking the Index Volunteer Fre Department, who fought so diligently in trying to save my house and cabin when it burned to the ground at Index last Friday afternoort. Mrs. F_2_izabeth Rod•rick Go Bar, Wash. Pd. Adv. SEASON OPENER: Stock Car Ilaces SUNDAY, JUNE 5 Three-legged race: Madge Mares, Dorothea Erkson; Larry Ri, Charles Sherrill; 1Ramary Erik- In Case Of Rain Races, Will Be Held THE FOLLOWING SUNDAY Powder Puff Derby T'mle Trials 12:30 -- Races 2 P.M. SKY VALLEY SPEEDWAY # MONROE ADMISSION --- $1.00 Children Under 12 Accompanied by Parents --FREE Students With Activity Cards  75c OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO,OOOOOOOOOO'OOOOOO : Day Special-- | @ • " One Year • • • : Subscription to .... : : MONROE MON "" ! The ITOR: • 98 @ @ @ @ @ @ • @ • ( Regular 3.00 per year --- 5.20 on Newstands ) • : Special ,-s Friday, June3 "" 9-Noon Sat., June 4 ONLY $ : Limit One Year Subscription oe 1 • "" Per Family • '•••••••••••••••el••••••••••••••OrS