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PAGE SIX Monroe Monitor, Thursday, June,19, 1958 I- . G O L D B A R N U G G E T S Beauty School Award ] DANCe [ Scott ]ntorduces Mrs. Esther Larsen--: SYcamore 3-2321 Miss. Dee Gibson, 1958 Monroe Saturday, June 21 h~gh school graduate, has been 9 p.m. -- I a.m. Summer Tours ., O'eone Odlstrom dren Pam, Pat,, and Marry of awarded a scholarship at the Mr. artd Mrs. Elmer Walcker eastern Washington are visiting Northwest School of Beauty, Ev- Chuckwagon Ramblers and family of Alderwoed Manor Mrs. Victoria Knott for a few erett, announces owner Josephine were afternoon guests of Mr. days.. M. Slyer. Wagner Community Hall ,.m iALL , URK[i I 499 so. ~ Mom.~ I I PYramid 4-2321 I fO SUPPORTERS OF IN Regularly scheduled tours will be conducted through Scott Paper Cdmpany's Everett plant, beginning Monday, June 23. The program, to be continued through the summer months, will be available to visitors Mon- day through Friday at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. each day. The ex- ception to this schedule will be on Thursday, July 3, Friday, 'July 4, and Monday, July 7, when the plant will not be open to visi- tors'. Tours will be resumed at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 8. Guests interested in visiting the. Scott plant should register in the Personnel' Building, located adjacent to the entrance on low- er Norton Avenue, prior to 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Children must be at least twelve years of age and must be accompanied by adults. It is recommended that ladies wear low-heeled shoes to afford greater comfort while walking through mill areas. The ACP is a cost-sh~ring pro- gram in which farmers are parti- cipants,, pay a substantial part of the cost of .the practices in mon- ey, their labor, use of their own farm machinery, or in materials. i Dr. E. C. Plumley i OPTOMETRIST 103~ West Main _ PYrmnid 4-5561 the cleaner that "walks on air',' No tugglng-no pulling Nozzle glides smoothly on 3 wheels. "Double-stretch hose lets you clean full flight of stairs. Buy Now at this :BIG SAVING ! DEVERS FURNITURE There are just a few short days left to qualify Initiative 202, the Voluntary Unionism measure, for the November ballot. 30,000 signatures are still" .~_theeded. Sign a petition today en get your friends and neighbors to sign, too. For PETITIONS WRITE IMMEDIATELY to Citizens" Committee for Voluntary Unionism 30~,- 2nil & Unlverdty Bldg., Seaflle | Ralph 1". Gillespie, Cha;rman . - weekday and Mrs. Anton Ness. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ness at- tended funeral services for Mrs. Ernet Arders Wednesday at Lake Stevens. Nellie Hunter, Skipper, Lisa, and Mrs. Pickelsimer shopped in Everett Friday. Nellie Hunter and Mxs. Piekel- simer went to a Tupperware par- ty Wednesday afternoon given by Mrs. Erle Thomas at the Wag- ner dLstrict in Monroe. Ada McCombs and Mrs. Ted Smith spent Friday in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith, St. of l~verett spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs.. Kirkland who were visiting Mrs. Fargler in Se- attle for two weeks arrived home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoack and Mrs. Ann Ann/f of Snoho- mish spent Wednesday visiting the Teubner residence. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Yandle and son Mike of Marys- ville had supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tuebner. Elaine ,and Margie Delaney and Esther Mennegar of Seattle and Carolyn O'Ronke of Monte Cresto, Texas were Saturday vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. William Tuebner. Mrs. Ida Nelson of Sultan and Mrs. Guy Butcher of Everett called on Mrs. Tilman Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Bayon of Seattle were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Knapp. . Jackie Skorick of Snoqualmie was a guest of Creone Chilstrom Sunday evening. Florence Howard of Yakima spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher. Mazie Mores spent Sunday vis- iting Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann went to Forest Grove, Ore- gon where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Worthy Snither. Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Purdy of" Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Klein went fishing above the falls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Russell and Arthur Russell, al~ of Pull- man spent the week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Masey. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Burnell of Canton, North Carolina are va- cationing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mashburn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith and girls of Camano Island, and George Lyons of Everett spent the weekend visiting Jack Mores residence. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ostrus of Seattle had Sunday dinner at the home of Mrs. Whiteman. Mr. and Mrs. Flinn of Duluth, , Minnesota arespending a two- week vacation at the home of Mrs. Eva Frazier. Mr. and Mrs. Flinn of Bremer- ton were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Eva Frazier. Mrs. Iris Dunn and three chil- Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Ma~tinez went to visit friends in Mountlake Ter- race Sunday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mooring had a barbecue and hosted guests Mr. and Mrs. Kruze of Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Summerfield of Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. MacMillan of Alderwood Manor. Mr. Wuthrich is putting in a walk-in freezer in his goat dairy which when completed will be the largest one in the state. Thirty Monroe trail riders rode horseback up to Wallace Lake Sunday. They met at Clancy's Motel for breakfast and lunch. AUXILIARY GOLD BAR VFW AUX. MEETS JUNE 13 Martin-Osterholtz Auxiliary to V.F.W. Post No. 9417 held their regular meeting June 13. Meet- ing was called to order by Presi- dent Erlandsen with eleven mem- bers present.. Pro-tern officers were junior vice president, Dorothy Dean, and patriotic instructor, M a r y Frost. A welcome visitor was Honny Zorotovieh, Auxiliary member who now resides in Monroe, Ore- gon. Minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and approved. There was a report from Sister Garret on the game night lunch. Also she reported the winners ef the essay contest who were Rich- ard Hepper of Startup and Fern Wyatt of Gold Bar. Dee Gibson Earns PARK PLACE NEWS NOTES PY 4-2266 Coming Again Sunday! By Ida Haufle Mr. and Mrs. John Worrall and their" house guest, James Wet- rail of Huron, South Dakota went to Portland, Oregon with M i s s Alice Louden on Friday. They at- tended the Rose Festival and re- ,port that the parade was outstand- ing. Mrs. Sylvia Bagby returned home with her sister, Alice Lou- den, for a visit. A pink and blue shower was given at the home of Mrs. Orville Easterly in honor of her daugh- ter-in-law Mrs. Paul Easterly on June 14. Mrs. Frank Easterly, Jr. of Marysville was co-hostess. Those present were Mrs. Mary Anderson of Seattle, Mrs. Janice Anderson of Seattle, Mrs. DeLoris Anderson of Seattle, Mrs. Mel Easterly of Seattle, Mrs. Frank Ea,sterly, Sr. of Seattle, Mrs. Har- old Easterly of Gold Bar, Mrs. Florence Wood of Seattle, Mrs. Harry Bloor and Judy, Mrs. El. J. Bloor, Mrs. Arne Charles., Mrs. Florian Haufle and Joy Ann, and the guest of honor Mrs. Paul Easterly and the hosesses Mrs. Frank Easterly, Jr. and Kathy, and Mrs. Orville Easterly and Sharon and Diane. The guest of honor received many lovely gifts. A bridal shower honoring Mari- lyn Maier who is to be married on June 28 was given at the home of Joy Ann Haufle oh Tuesday evening. Diane Goard was assist- ing hostess. Games were played after which Marilyn opened her gifts. Those prdsent were Joy Skillen, Dee Gibson, Nancy Tay- lor, Lavern Crowell, Mrs. Nolan McCrorey and Rhonda, Mrs. Dav- id Whitfield, Debby and Judy, Mrs. Charles Dennis, Mrs.. Flor- ian Haufle and LindEn, the guest of honor Marilyn Maier and the hostesses' Diane Goard and Joy Ann Haufle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennis and family went to Ellen~burg on Saturday to visit at the home of Homer Dennis and family. They also visited at the home of their niece, Mr. and Mrs. AI Winkel and family. Mrs. Harry Bloor entertained with a family dinner on Sunday honoring Fathers Day and the forty-fifth wedding anniversary of 1Yh'. and Mrs. E. J. Bloor. A de- licious turkey dinner was'. en- joyed and a pleasant afternoon of visiting. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bloor, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Countryman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E~sterly, Mr. and Mrs. Florian Haufle and family, Jame.i Bloor from the university and Mr.TM and Mrs. Harry Bloor and family. Callers in the afternoon were Mrs. Claire Countryman and her daughters Carol and Diane of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Guptill en- tertained with a barbecue dinner on Father's Day ~unday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Guptill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Court and family, Glenn Gup- till, Shirley and Gene, Darrell Ricci, Laura Skeen of Pullman, Alva Davis of Lewiston, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Bergstrom and son of Seattle, Mrs. Florence Blofeld of Everett and the host and hostess. The Northwest School of Beau- ty specializes in professional training in beauty\culture. Miss Gibson, daughter of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Ralph Gibson of Men- roe, will start training July 7. Two members were reported on the sick list: Oakley Dewey and Florence Braman. It was announced that all mem- bers who are entitled to their five and ten year membership pins should attend the ne~ct meet- ing to receive them. Ten year pins will be presented to S~sters Holdridge, R, Glazier, Garrett, K. Glazier,. Dewey, Erlandsen, Decker, Bowers, McDaniel, Brad- burn, Lambert and Flynn. Five year pins will be given to Sisters Barth and Groppe. After President Erlandsen read a Father's Day poem, the meet- ing was closed with the retiring of the colors to reopen June 27, 1958. It will be Birthday. Night. YOUTH RALLY SET FOR FRIDAY AT GOLD BAR A youth rally will be held at the Open Bible Standard church at Gold Bar on June 20 at 8 p.m. Guests will be present from churches in Everett, Stanwood, Darrington and Bellingham and theY will have special musical numbers. Guest speaker will be Paul Plumer from Eugene, Oregon. The Gold Bar Open B i b 1 e Standard church extends a cor- dial welcome for everyone to at- tend. : TRADI;-! I 9AL$ T,UP If t~vou want to be self-made, don'[ leave out the working parts. TRAN-IN WHEN YOU BUY FAMOUS B.F.GOODRICH NYLON DELUXE SILVERTOWNS June 22 TlflE TRIALS ./. :.. .,12:30 p.m. RACING.--- , , 2 p.m. ADMISSION: ' i Adults 75c- Students 50c Under 12Free FREE', PARKING Sky Valley Speedway (V2 Mile North of Monroe On Milwaukee Hill) O0~ ~ These famous tires give you bruise-blo~vout pro- tection, grip-fast tread, and now--B.F.Goodrich NYLON--best-known cord fabric for resistance, to q bad bumps, heat and constant flexing. All this PLUS liberal trade-ins now at your friendly B.F.Goodrich PKRTIRE dealer, leage!" DR. r. C. BAISDEN I orroMETmsT I Prescription Ground Glasses I Serving this area for the i past 23 years. I 108 No. Lewis Street Moaroel il