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THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Friday, June 4, 1926 Hi Page Four t I, tim, ! SOCIETY t PERSONAL ,77;+ ..,+,,,,.-..,,+,,,. .... ' . Mrs. J. F. Nelson from Seattle, is Mrs. Dan O'Donnell from Van-I Mrs. R. L. Bilings has gone to couver, B. C., formerly a resident of Grand Forks, N. D.,, in response to Monroe. has been making a visit at a wire advising her of the death of the home of Mr. and Mrs. W'. ,). her nephew, Mr. Donovan Payne, age Badtke. Arthur Broughton has about com- pleted a very modern and cozy home II I Morton--Force of men rush prep- arations for fro'eat fire fighting this on his Park Place pro.perty. 30, of that place, and who haI been the Tuesday bridge club at her home, with three tables in play. The fol- lowing ladies enjoyed a d'elightful evening at bridge, after which the hostess served a dainty and delicious luncheon: Mesdames Minard Allison, J. W. Augustine, John Austin, W. S. Camp, Grant Gibson, C. A. McMickle, in the city and vicinty for a week, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Coffee and visitirg Miss Bonnie Hatch and also daughter, of Cle Elum, were Sunday making a visit at the home of her guests at the Fred Culver home. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bolcn- baugh, of Woods Creek. ] Miss Thelma Wilson, of Belling- ! ham, was a wek end guest at the Mr. and Mrs. Dean Flatter from home of her sister, Mrs. Russell Seattle, accompanied by Miss Jessie Byron. ill for some little time. 'Twill be a month or more before Mrs:. Billings returns. Mrs. R. L. Billings has gone to Grand Forks, N. D., in response to a wire advisina, her of the death of her nephew, Mr. Donovan Payne, age 30, of that place and who had been Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ford from Everett were week-end visitors at the (leo. Walters home in Monroe. Mrs. C. B.I Barber from Carlsborg is here on a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Harriet Mossford. Rev. and Mrs. A. Earl Lee visited in Seattle several days this week. season. Sumas--Derrick almost ready to start drilling on oil prospect well. Kalama--Frank Keidel ready to operate his new shingle mill on Kal- am River. Ilwaco--Seaside and Long Beach water systems sold to Astoria buyer for extensive improvement. E. M. Stephens, C. E. Taylor, W. S. Fletcher, Earl Heifort, J. H. Mc- Granahan and Eliza Malone of Ever- ett. Mrs. Augustine scored high and' Mrs. McMickle low; each receiv- ed a lovely prize. The house and table decorations were pink snap dragons and were most attractive. I Mrs. A. W. Heifort entertained at an anniversary dinner last Friday evening, honering Mr. Heifort's and their little daughter Peggy's birth-' days. Covers were laid for twelve with a table also laid for eight guests for Peggy. An elegant four-course diner was served with a birthd'ay cake and lighted candles. Some love- ly gifts were received by Mr and Mrs. Heifort and Peggy. Snyder, all former rcsid'ents of Mon- roeand engaged in school wc.rk here, were visitors at the J. J. Cretney home last Sunday for dinner. Miss Ethelyn Brown is now on the registered nurses' staff of the Good Samaritain Hospital, Portland, Ore- gon. Miss Brown recenLly graduated from that institution with the degree of nurse. Rev. and Mrs. A. Earl Lee of Mon- roe visited in Seatt!e several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Smithers and family, of Cuyhova Falls, Chip, ar- rived in Monroe on Saturday; Mr. Smithers is a brother of Mrs. C. R. Gordon. Mr. Smithers will visit in Monroe for a week oz" ten days and' The Siljan club met at the home of Mrs. Munstonen on Wednesday after- will go from here to San, Francisco noon of this week. After the meet- on a pleasure trip; Mrs. Smither5 ing the members and guests spent and family will visit in Monroe for the afternoon in playing a guessing a month. Mr. Smithers is consulting game, which was won by Mrs. Carl engineer and is connected with the Winnis. Twenty members were auto tire industry. presen,t as were the following guests: Mo o,a o ....  r ,a M Pete Johnson Mrs Emc Hflmer,  ,, .-% - " " ,. .. " ..  . " -- . 1% lVl. WIlsOn came aown irom Dell- Mrs. ivlan,nle uarlson, lvlrs. 2ugusl; in,ha m on un A''' "lli - "Id ...... friends here. They accompanied Mr. and M's. T. P. Randal to Index to A LOW DOWN DIRTY TRICK I see Al Faussett make his ride over --  , t Sunset Falls. Gee. Butler and party were fishing j in, the river near the Danhoff place Professor Robert Tanquary and on Sunday, May 30, they parked their Rose Hafte, of Seattle, were 1VIonday car near the J. L. George place and visitors at the Hugh Henry home on on returning could' not find the car. W)od's Creek. After a short search the car was lo- i cated over the bank down the road Edward Gregory and family spent I and o.n the other side about fifty feet the week end in Index visiting friends rom where riley had parked it. Some and relatives. party or parties pushed the car down Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Henry had as the road and over the bank. The car their guests over Sunday Mr. and was stopped' in its run down the bank MYs. George Starr and Mrs. Sykes. after it had hit a large stump, con- siderable damage was done to the O.E. Williams, Vera Williams and car. Reta Calkins went to Victoria with the Elks excursion via boat from Card of Thanks Everett. Rev. Francis Jones of Everett was We desire to convey o.ur heartfelt a Monroe caller Tuesday afternoon. thanks to the many kind neighbors and friends for their very tende.r so- Mrs. Maurice Larson, of Seattle. was a week end' guest at the home o licitude shown during the illness and Mrs. A. W. Heifort. at the time of the death of our be- [ Mrs. S.. Roe Malone, of Tahuya, ill for some little time. 'Twill b.e a Warning to Dairymen. has been a Monroe visiter for the past month or more before Mrs. Bflhngs q,l,, d,,l .... 1.-_ ........ :_1., week. . returns. %-.: ..... y: ........ - - -,- Vancouver--About 3,000 acres of sterlhty specmhst, George Andrea, land, within bound'aries of Columbia I S.B. Kirbey, from Wenatchee, ar- John J Vedel has urchaea , is making his appearance everywhere National Forest, have been reforest- rivecl in Monroe Thursday to visit I -- :  " P   " offering his services. The nostrum ed, at a cost of $40,000 within the for a few days and' take home Mrs. ]new moael IJoage seaan, he uses for one and' every cow has past four years. Kirbey who has been visiting at the[ ............ been carefully examined in a bacter: thrUSUnOr:ChO.::mm O, wno. zor tne la.s iologlcal labaratory and contains a Seattle--Committee investigating, home of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Wag- y ace ms nome in 'eat varlet,, - ..... 1-o , -- ner of the Wagner Mill. They leave onroe, has apphed for full citizen, les. and harmful Sooner or later for building highway tunnel through Monroe Saturd'ay morning. hip :peroaand has been, a.dvi.sediabortion and other dreaded diseases Cascades. between Eastern and West- Mrs. Harold Basho.,r from Belling- Set 16 ",' exammaun iwill follow his trail and the intelli- ern Whshington. ham is making a visit at the home of ofPie cnr?eXo L oenem, m one !gent and' careful breeder should be- her parents iWr. and Mrs. B. F. b- either v ..... ms ann preslaea ove ware of any such dangers. Kelso--Heavy building of homes ouu'ge Den or tson.. mr. 12t3" DR E A SCHMOKER under way this spring. Dickinson, Monroe. Federico is employed by the G.N. " " " " I Miss Orlena Young from Belling-:Ry. and has been in the state of ra-tsf train load of lum- SheltonFirst Ridgefield--Two large log . ,ber goes out to door plant at Mc- inhamMonroeNrmalat madeathe parentalweek'endhome.Visit WashingtOnnative of Italy.abut six years. He is a China.being built for towing direct o Cleary. Railroad not finished, but Rev. and Mrs. E. D. White drove T.J. Dinah was badly burned on usable. Sh'elton--First logs put through, to Newport--Surfacing' contract let test big new M?cCleary sawmill, to on state road, Jared to Ruby for the cut 350,000 feet a shift. [sum of $6,698.70. loved mother. Our especial thanks Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hamilton and go to the members of the Rebekahs! George Stuart motored to Seattle on Vrednesd'ay. The day's outing in- and the Eastern Star for their of- eluded a ride with Rusty Callow in ficial participation in the last rites; the U of W. coachin launch. Dr. R. C. McKibt)on of Seattle is for the beautiful flowers and every- " - in charge of Dr. P. J. Scallion's of- thing connected with this final trib- Mr. and Mrs. John Kindle, Mr. and rice at Duvall during the latter'.s ab- Mrs. E. H. Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. sence at Chichagoff, Alaska, where ute to our beloved one. _ Fred alvarson and their families he relieves for the n@xt three months, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Sanders spent Monday at Mead'owdale Beach Dr. Alcorn, chief surgeon of the and Family. near Edmonds. Miners' ospital at that place. THE BIGGESt LITTLE STORE IN THE WORLD R. J. CO. MONROE CASH AND CARRY SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY to Seattle Monday, accompanied by their daughter, Miss Dorothy, who will finish her course at the U this month. Their daughter, Mrs. S. S. Dickinson; and her two litle girls, from Seattle, returned with them for a visit. Mrs. James Laytham, from Blaine, spent Sunday and Monday in Monroe visiting old friend's, and was accom- panied by her daughter, Miss Mary Laytham. Tom erley spent Sunday and Monday in Tacoma, making a visit at the home of his brother, Gen Herley. Rev. Robert Dillon attendc the graduation, exercises at St. Joseph's Hospital, Tacoma, held last W'edes- day evening. Miss Maxine Siebenbaum spent the last week end at her home in Port Townsend. Mrs. Laura B. Russell returned last week from a six weeks' visit at :the homes of Revs. P. H. Raymond, of Mt. Vernon, and F. lVf. Bushong at Blaine, and with the M. M. Schu- reacher family, at Everett. Mr. and Mrs. S. Roe Malone came over from Tahuya last. Saturday. Roe remained over until Monday and Mrs. Malone will visit the rest of the week at the home of Mrs. Eliza Malone, at Everett. She was the guest Tuesday of the Tues- day bridge club. hfillD" Long Green Asparagus, per lb.. 1 2g l l lllllOlllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllll [ 3111111111111 llllllllllllll [ 3 l lllllllllll rlllllll IIIIII I I l lllll IIII II 1111111111111111 III l llllll II I]IIIIIIII IIII limit l llllll[llllll l lllll ILl l lllllllllll[! 111.1 IIIIIIIIIIII r'llllllll l llll[lllllll $111 I} A FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES We Serve Our Customers Better by Selling Them More for Less. 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