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Monroe Monitor, Thursday, June 19, 1958 the -- -. that taken trip o oa I N D E X year tosome other golf course N E W S N O T E S Div Dgg to play our Wednesday match. ..... ' a op ot I ~/*S I'm led to believe there will be By JeanSpanjev trophies for low medallst and Att d I By Harley Henrickson also for low net. There is another On Wednesday, June 11, Mrs. and Cam and Mrs. Roy Pullia trophy which some of the boys Sandy Murray of Everett, an of- motored to Concrete to visit with en ance ~l PAGE THREE With the Bellingham Golf and Country club as our destination, the Monroe Men's club set forth bright and early last Wednesday morning to play golf. PREFAB HOUSES Delivered to your lot com- plete with pier foundations wire pluming and fixtures, roofing, insulation, electric range, refrigerator and water heater. Delivered in easy to handle sections to Monroe. Sa~,ne Adr~ss City .................................... FOR 2 Bedroom 24' X 26' ........................ $1248 3 Bedroom 24' X 34" ......................... $1593 4 Bedroom 24' X 40' ........................ $1850 3 Bedroom 24' X 50' ....... : ................ $2441 4 Bedroom 24' X 52' ........................ $2421 Budget Housing Co. 415 Perry Ave., Hoquhm 20-3t cow have forgotten about, but it will also be given at the trophy dance. I can't say what for and who to as it would take away the mean- ing of this ~ne. With some oi the boys starting off very good, especially Irving Scharf with his birdie on the first hole, I wouldn't say they played ,the course like a pro. I was. play- ing in the foursome that Irv was in and I wonder how many golf balls he lost on that second hole. It doesn',t make much difference, as a good time was enjoyed by all. Our championship tournament Js moving right along with Verne Fankhauser already in the fi- nals. Some of the other flights are doing pretty good and then therq are those who haven't put their names down or tried to contact the person they have to play to keep it rolling. I've heard of two matches that had to go on to the 19th hole. Gardner Taylor won over Vince Nelson in one of-these, and I was the other I've got to thank Jay Leedom for knocking that ball out of bounds. It sure took the pressure off. It doesn't seem to make any difference how old he is ge,tting, how much sleep he has, or how much work he does, that Leon- ard Schrag car still score a 29 for nine holes. It's nice to see someone shoot that low, but not when he's playing against Fritz Johnson and myself. Did you ever hear of writer's cramps? Well, I've got them this week. "Fore." The ACP is not a farm plan,. bu it can and does help farmers to carry out their farm cons~rvet- tion plans for protection and im- provement, of soil and Water re- In June ,we salute the DAIRY INDUSTRY, one of the really BIG money "crops" of Snohomish County. Thous- ands of Snohomish County folks depend on it for a livilyhood. Join with the Friendly First National Bank folks in enjoying lots of Dairy Foods during June. MONROE BRANCH ficial of Pilchuck Council of Washington Camp Fire Girls, and Mrs. Opal ~ackard, and Mrs. Oel- rich of Sultan, Mrs. Polly Novak and Mrs. Ethyl Peters of Startup, and nine or ten Horizon Girls from Sultan, Startup and Gold Bar met with the newly organized Index group named "Ni-won-ta" to teach them some games and songs and to explain their hono- ors and torches. Hazel 0elrich and Ardyce Mower came in cere- monial dress and Emma Jo Pe.ters and Judy Balch wore ceremonial jackets. Colored mov- ies were shown and refreshments were served to everyone. The Pocahontas held a special meeting at the Redmen's Hall on Wednesday, June 11 to plan a turkey and beef dinner which is to be held at the Redmen's hall on Sunday, June 29 between the hours of one to five. Proceeds will go to the building fund. Lu- cille Barnett was named chair- man of the diner. Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Madonna Bradburn w e r e her son, Charles Hilton and a friend, Rick Collins of Seattle, also Mr. and Mrs. W~esley Price and children, Tracy and Mark of Gold Bar. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Snowden and children have rented, one of Bonney's cabins for the summer. On Thursday Mr. Bonney and daughter Klara and Mrs. Madon- na Bradburn motored to Sultan where they had dinner at one of the restaurants there. Mrs. Wm. G. Hupton and ~n- dra have returned home after a week's vacation at LaPush, Wn. On Sunday, June 15, which was Father's Day, Mr. and Mrs. Ron- ald Schirman of Sultan became the proud parents of a 7 pound 7 ounce baby boy. Mrs. Schir- man is the former Judy Smith and is the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith of Index. The baby was named Timothy Ron- ald and aside from being born on Father's Day, he was also Mrs. Sam Wold who had just moved there recently from Index. Dr. and Mrs. Phelan of:Everett spent the weekend at their cabin in Index. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson of Bothell visited with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Denny'on Wednes- day, June 11 and Mrs. Anderson gave Lupe her lessons on the piano and also the accordion. Lupe is doing wonderfully on both instruments. Keep up the good work Lupe. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Spanjer and Yolanda motored to Everett last Wednesday evening where they took Miss Judy and Diana Schmidt home.- The girls had been spending a few days with them. Mr. and Mrs. James Fox and boys spent the day at Cashmere pic~Acking last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cellene en- ~joyed a, big Father's Day week- end when Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson and children of Ed- monds and Mrs. Bessie Jones of Tacoma "came up on Saturday and spent the night with them. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Flemming and daughters An'ona and Anita of Seattle joined them and they all visited together at Skykomish with Mr. and Mrs. and they met at Skykomish with Mr. and Mrs. L]oy~ Tubbs and Jamily and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tubbs and son Eddie. From there they all went on a picnic and enjoyed-a big feed. Then ev- eryone returned to the Cellenes where Mr. and Mrs, Tom Valen- tine bf Mt. Vernon .joined them and they all enjoyed colored mov- ing pictures shown to them by Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tubbs. Need- less to say everyone had a lot of fun and the Cellenes ejoyed it greatly. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Denny and Lupe motored to Arlington on Sunday to visit with ~r. and Mrs. Gusinaz and also ,to pick strawberries for their own use. On Sunday, June 15 Mr. and Schools Here :: -: ::: :: ] Fair Girl Shoots For Rodeo Title Miss Diane Iverson of Bothell has been selected to represent the Evergreen State Fair district in the 1958 Miss Rodeo of Amer- ica contest. Miss Iverson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Iverson, will represent the fair at Toppen- ish on Sunday, June 22. A capable horsewoman, Miss Iverson is the lead off girl for the Pegasus Patrol, and is also a member of the Lake Washing- ton riding group from Bellevue. Should Miss Iverson win the International Rodeo Managemer~t Assn. sponsored contest, she will be eligible to c