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Page Four THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington , Friday, June 24, 1927 Ifl I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cleveland en- ?ertained wih a bridge dinner Wed- :nesday evening at the Wallace Falls: .Inn. Among their guests were Mr. nd Mrs. Claude tretch, Mr. and Mrs. :F E. Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. Ro- ./and Crow. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson enter- :ained at a delightful evening party at their home in Everett on Wednes- day, the occasion being the wedding anniversaries of the Joe Anderson: and the Earle R. Heiforts. Guests =from Monroe were the Messrs and :Me dames Ear!a R. Heifort, A. W. Heifort and R. I. Nichols. $ $ $ Mrs. S. B. Mcore entertained de- lightfully at her home on Thursday afternoon. Two tables of whist were in play; the following ladies enjoyed the game: The Mesdames Kate Hath- .way, Ella Evans. G. L. Moore, W. O. Engle, A. W. Monroe, W. W. Cook nd Mi.ss Marie Schrag. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess n the late afternoon the luncheon tables being centered wth two love- ly baskets of roses presented to Mrs. Moore by the Mesdames Engle and )Evans. * * * Mrs. D. W. Wilson was pleasantly :urprised by a group of friends at .er home Tuesday afternoon. The following enjoyed a pleasant soci, al :hour and a delightful basket lunch- ,eon: Mesdames O. G. Broughton, Or- &apos;n Broughton, Axelson, .M. Mullet, ,Joe Santose, Brooks, J. M. Stephens, ]Houck, George Wahlberg, Roy Cum- 'ruing, Miss Thompson and Miss Han- mah Ronsberg. Mrs. E. T. Bascom, Mrs. J. R. Crankshaw and Mrs. W. W. Cook ewere hostesses to the Tolero club at the Bascom home on Friday after- moon. The following program pleased: Violin and piano duet, Margaret Bas- ,corn and Jane McMickle; reading, :Dorothy Hartzell; reading, Homer .Lanning. Members present were the ;Mesdames Bellinger, Ella Evans :Rhoda Faulds, Phyllis Hysom, Hlda Johnson, Elizabeth /Lanning, Libbie :McGlothlin, Ella Mathey, Selma Ol- .on; Regina Olson, Mabel Simmons )Effie Shipp and Miss F-annie Holcomb. Guests were Mesdames Oakley Bow-: en of Startup, Kate Hathaway, W.O.i Engle, P. P. Cooley, E. L. Purdy, ,,.1 ouden, J. N. Sjolander, Waiter Ken- men, Hans Bertilson, L. T Hartzell, C A. McMickle and the Misses Jane :McMickle and Dorothy Hartzell. A <lainty and delicious luncheon was erved by the hostesses. $ $ o For the pleasure of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde F. Greenlee of Ephrata, -ho is her guest, Mrs. Ella Evans ,entertained at tea on Wednesday .-afternoon. Her guests were Mrs. R B. Payne, Mrs. L. A. Jhnson, Mrs. J. D. Marsolais, Mrs. William Trotter, iMrs. P. P. Coolev.'Mrs. J. M. Reardm rnd Miss Anne Shannahan. $ The luncheon table was centered with a lovely basket of roses. The rooms were banked with pink and yellow roses, with delicate streamers carry- ing tiny rosebuds draped from the light fixtures, making a very pretty setting. $ $ $ Mrs. Otto Nelson, Mrs. R. J. Scott and Mrs. Ole Eckman entertained a uarty of youngsters on a picnic at the city park Tuesday afternoon, and later taking them to a branch of the river for swimming. Enjoying the affair were Agnes, Edith and Audrey Wilson, Orville, Adeline and Myrtle Eckman, Jean Hopper, Harriett Wil- liams, Amy Pearson, Delver Hender- son and Dick Smith. Dr. and Mrs. P. P. Cooley enter- tained with two tables of bridge Fri-! day evening last, their guests being Messrs and Mesdames C. E. Taylor, R. I. Nichols, C. J. Nixon, and Dr. A. M. Zaremba. The hostess serve a dainty luncheon; radio music was also an enjoyable feature of the eve- nmg. --+ 4, * PERSONAL 4.++4.44.4.4.b+,b4*4 Lloyd Mabon resigned as scout- master and will serve as principle of a Pierce county school next season. Dr. C. A. Strandberg left Monday via the Great Northern railway for Soap Lake where he expects to stay until the first of July. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mabon spent last Sunday i.n Tacoma. Mr. Mabon will teach in Pierce county next fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Giddings mo- tored to Three Lakes Saturday eve- ning where they were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Red- dick Elmer E. Armstrong, who has been conducting piano classes at the C. A. McMikle home on Saturdays will now hold the classes on Tuesdlays. Mrs. C. A. McMickle and daughter, Miss Jane, were luncheon guests of Mrs. W. A. Munro in Everett on Tuesday. L. H. Young, I. J. Oliver and R. V. Green attended a session of the grand lodge of Masons for the jurisdiction of Washington and Alaska m Seattle Tuesday. Fred Harris of Omak is a Monroe visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thedinga and Mr. Thedinga's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Thedinga of Seattle left Wed- nesday morning for Portland, Oregon, where they will visit with a sister and daughter George H. Collins, employed in the composing room of the Hanford, [ small daughter of Ephrata, who were I driving over to Monroe for a visit, [] and all enjoyed a picnic dinner there before the return home. Harriet Williams spent last week in Mt. Vernon with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thompson. Mrs. E. H. Titus and children, Loyal and Virginia, Mrs. E. Kincaid, Miss Olive Kincaid and Ray Micheau spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs./Lorin Due- tan at Snoqualmie. Mr. an4 Mrs. Fred Bailey of Sno- homish, spent Wednesday evenJug at the Dan Wolfe home. Mrs. A. M. Wston is spending this week with her father in erring. Ms Edythe Hull of Bremerton spent Friday eveniag with her cousin Mrs. R. J. Byron and Mr. Byron. Among the Monroe people in Ev- erett on Monday were Mrs. E. E. Johnston, Mrs. Fred Hagedorn, Mrs. C. W. Ruben, Mrs. F. W. Thedinga, Miss Ruth Raven, Mrs R. A. Raven, Mrs. Arthur Broughton and little daughter La Verne, Lucy O'Dell and Mrs. C. H. Beckman. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Byron and littlc daughter, Caroline, with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reardon and little daughter% picnicked at Warm beach Sunday. Bob Shuler of Purdy and Sons. went to Blaine Tuesday to assist in con- ducting a funeral service in that city. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nixon were din- ner guests on Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barge at Lake Stev- ens. Mrs. Mattie Taylor is a guest m: Mrs. Ella Evans this week. Mrs. R. M. Brown and Mrs. C. H. Currie spent the day in Everett Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wise picnicked at the Lum cottage on Lake Roesiger Tues- day evening Mrs. S. H. Boss and dhuglter, Anne, left on Tuesday, evening for North Carolina to make an extended visit with 'relatives and friends. Mrs. E. P. Shipp was a guest of her brother, Charles Sprau in Snoho- mish Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Hixsen, L. M. Basher and E. L. Purdy at- tended the meeting of the M. E. Brotherhood of Snohomish at the M. Hazen home on Monday evening. The Rev. Hixson was the speaker of the evening and delivered a splend talk on Co-operation Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scott drove to Mikilteo Sunday and took in the ball game between the local nine and Mukilteo. Mr. Scott has always been an ardent baselall fan. Mrs. F. F. Kniess and, little son, Buddy, called at the Musher and Adams homes in Index on W bdnes- day. dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Swanson of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berglund. Miss Linnea John- son, from Seattle, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Johnson and returned to Seattle with the Swansons Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Campbell and childtren of East Stanwood called at the Evans home Wednesday eveninE. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bagley and Mrs. Phil Rowe while the Rev. Hixson attended to business matters before going on to Arlington to call on the Rev. and Mrs. Risner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McGee and son, Jim of Everett, called on Mrs. Mar- garet Hei'fort Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Devers, with Mrs. Carl Schaau and baby, mo- !tored to Seattle Sunday and spent the day at the Schalkau home. lttle daughter Janet of ldmond, called at the home of Mrs. Bagley's Mrs. M. Bosence, who is a guest at mother Mrs. 1 Louden, Saturday, on the J. D. Marsolais ll9me spent see- their return from a short stay in Se- eral days last week with Sultan attle, friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scott attended the ball game at Mukilteo Sunday and were dinner guests of friends at Lake Stevens. : Mrs. Merle W. Means and children Barbara and Billy of Westwod, Cali- fornia, arrived in Monroe Monday for D. E. Righetti and son Ernest were business :Ltors in Everett on Mon- day and in Seattle on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Alcire of Everett, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Heifort Monday evening.  i Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Righetti and I a month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. family picnicked at Lake Roesiger iJosephMeans and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sunday. Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Keech and children, with Mrs. Henry Keech, en- joyed a picnic outing at Lake Stevens Sunday. Mrs. N. F. Strubin and daughter, Dolores of Bothell, are guests at the R. L. Kelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown and daughter, Miss Edith, Mr. and Mrs. William Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Schmidt and daughter, Eleanor, with Mr. and Mrs. Herschall Garrett, who were guests of the Browns last week, motored to Wenatchee Thursday for a four days visit i.n the apple country. Miss Leila Broughton visited 'with friends in Seattle Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Covell are spending this week with friends and relatives in Spokane. Mrs. J. G. Schmidt spent from Sun- day to Wednesday with her daughter. Mrs Gordon W. Marsh in Mount Vernon, where the Marshs expect to spend the summer Mr. Schmidt was a business visitor in Arlington and Mt. Vernon Tuesday and Wednes-i day and Mrs. Schmidt returned to Monroe with him. Little Gordon Marsh came home with his grand- parents and will spend the remainder of the week here. Mr. andf Mrs. H. E. Pearsall o- tored to Kirkland Sunday to spend the ay with the O. E. La Barr fam- ily. Orvi.lle Pearsall, who was a guest at the La Barr home last week, re- turned to Monroe with them. Mrs. Emma Sturgeon and Miss Anna Sturgeon of Everett called on the Duncan, McIntyre and Bascom families on Monday of this week. Norman Wolfe was home from Se- attle for a week end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wolfe. Mrs. Guy Streeter and daughter, Miss Geraldine, with Mrs. Phil Hick- man and daughter, Miss Vivan, are Mr. and Mrs. W:hit H. Clark, who have been visiing friends and rela- tives in Iowa for the past five weeks, are now on their way home, making the trip in their new Studebaker car. Arthur Bailey returned Sunday eve- ning from a two weeks visit with his brothers in Iowa and Oklahoma. Mr. Bailey says he covered almost f- teen hundred miles in this trip. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pratt spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Pratt's aunt, Mrs. L M. Hinkle. Peter Ohlsen and Arthur Tripp left on Friday for Waterloo, Iowa, for a visit of several weeks with friends and relatives in that city and other in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hysom and !amHy spent Sunday at Warm beach, where they enjoyed the bathing anc a picnic supper. Mrs. E. L Purdy and little sons spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Purdy's" grandmother, Mrs. E. /L. Parkhurst in Sultan. Ed Pasche of Seattle, callede at the R. J. Byron home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson, Mr. and-Mrs. E. O. Wise and son, Paxton, made up a picnic and swimming party at Lundeen's park on Lake Stevens Monday evening. Mr. an Mrs. E. H. Swanson and family moved out to their summer home on Lake Roesiger Wednesday Mrs. A. G. Ross spent a few days in Seattle this week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ross. Mss Wanda Kindle is visiting at the home of her uncle, Henry Kindle in Orting. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson motored to Seattle Monday, to spend the day with friends and in the evening attenJed the concert of the National Chorus of Sweden at Meany Hall, at the univez- sity. Mr. and Mrs. William Lillemoen are now occupying their cottage at Lake Roesi.ger. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Evans and sons. Tom and Dick, motored to Everett Tuesday afternoon. On Wednesday morning they left on a week's camp- ing and fishing trip. Mrs. J. S. Ensley and daughter I Grace of Colfax are visiting at the home of Mrs. Rose Stephens. Mrs. Ensley before coming to Monroe spen two weeks at the home of her brother, Stanley Randolph of Seattle, also visiting her mother, Mrs. Herber Seager of Puyallu, p. Mr. Ensley is nephew of Mrs. Stephens. Mrs. A. J. Fuller, Albert and Mar- ian Fuller, Mrs. George Bump, Miss AnnBump, Leon Hewitt, Allen Bor- li.n. Alice, Vivian and Gene Math,,y with Mrs. Claude F. Hewitt camped at Lake Isabel from Friday to Sun- day evening, when they returned to Monroe The young folks spent the time in hiking and climbing. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.. Griffith of Bremerton, are visiting at the Claude F. Hewitt home. A. C. Stansberry, who recently un- derwent an operation for appendicitis at the Gale hospital, is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. George Lutz and grandson, Buddy, with Mrs. Mary Burgett, spent Sunday afternoon with old friends in Woodinville. THE FISHER CO. DEPENDABILITY EVERETT, WASHINGTON We Urge You to Visit the Store Where You Are As Welcome to,Look As Io Boy Each of our several departments has a separate * $ The members of the Pinochle club xand their families enjoyed a picnic :at Storm Lake Sunday, with swim- =rning and fishing taking part of the <lay. Present were Dr. and Mrs C. A. trandberg, Mr. and Mrs. E. O Wise :and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. G Wise and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Randal and Mr. and Mrs. Stoy Clement and :son of Seattle. * * $ Mrs. E. Milton Stephens entertaied =t a prettily appointed bridge lunch- ,con ah her home on West Main street 'Tuesday. Her guests were Mrs. J. C. :alconer, Miss M. Louise Tabor and :Mrs. Fred Frohning, all of Everett; Mrs. W. S. Camp, Mrs. B. J. Lobdell, 1YIrs. Minard Allison of Monroe, nd Mrs. Cutter of Tacoma. In compliment to Mrs. Otto Stolp of Carnation, Mrs. R. J. Scott enter- .ained delightfully at her home on :North Blakely street Saturday after- moon. The following ladies enjoyed a :most pleasant social afternoon Mes- dames It. A. Thomas, Tom Lark, D. W. Wilson, Ole Eckman, Otto Nels:n, P. G. Johnson, Mervin Pfeiffer, the honor guest, Mrs. Stolp. A dainty luncheon was served by the hostess. (Calif.) Sentinel is visiting his daughter, Mrs. L: C. Devereux who J.A. Counrtyman was a business oe Mr caller in Seattle Friday resides two miles from Monr . .i " " Collins expects to be back on the job  ............. I xx anu urs A  lurwell oz e- in a week or ten days He reports , " - '- " " .... . .. l ale, came o ;vonroe lYrluay o spenu the printing industry exceltzonany ..... J several days with their daughter, Mrs. good zn hz part of the smve [H. S: Church and Mr. Church Mrs Elvah Williams had as Sunday t ................... I " . .  iur. anu ivlrs, b. 2k. IYlCIYIlCKIe, l1lSS dinner guests her mother ann brotner,.Tn, sna C,1,,, Mbo m,.. - ' n" E 0 .................................... Mrs E H Thompson a a .  _, " to Enumclaw, Buckley, Green River Thompson ann sour sons ann uaugn-Gorge and other ciies in the Pierce t ere all of Mt. Vernon. county, S'nday, imjoyng a picnic Mrs. E. M. Sleighter was the guest dinner at Buckley. of Mrs. Ernest Austin in Seattle last Mr. and Mrs. Rosenzweig of La week. Mrs. Austin took Mrs. Sleigh- Monte, who have been visiting at the ter to and from Seattle in her auto- H. J. Rosenzweig home left last week mobile, for a short stay in Portland. Mr. M ......... Ik-- and and Mrs H J Rosenzweig motored r. ann vlrs. w. x>. wa er , .... . .." . . . ... "' " "  -" #- --' "-- a"ar , o rorlana auruay evening ann Will amlly VlSle wln xr. anu wx. vx - . ............. -- - ] drive back to La Monte with the elder un ol rane ails unty. ] -. osenzwelgs. Mr and Mrs C C Campbell and l . .... " o  _: o:__'_  Ella f lvxr. and Mrs J. L Brady and It+Pc cnllaren OI .as omwuuu, . )_ .__  .'. " . " -- -- --+ o,,e Mr and,aaugner, earce, returned on Mon-  u  " ,, n le day from a short stay in Portland. ............ Kzrbe of Los A e s,, Mr and Mrs Dave Nielson and Mrs ............. _ ..... ss  ,,. n xoung is enjoying ms annual Ted Cooper of Searzm, ann o ." "" no ual [vacatmn thin week and is attending Evansmotoredthe Summzt,  qUrs:]th e meeting of the Grande lodge of mie l-ass, on unuay o mee u . .._ __  --, .... ,t, ne maons in earle. Evans' daughter, Mrs. zyce r'.l }reenlee and Mr. Greenlee, with their Holton Newell and Harold Bailey came down from Seattle Saturday fgr a week end visit with their parents in Monroe. New Medical and Dental Building- Everett, Wash. Are You Really Free? The anniversary of ,our country's independence is justaround the corner, which brings us squarely up against the question  just how free and really independent we really are, as individuals. Not much, we must confess, if we are spend- ing Tomorrow's dollar today; and if our peace of mind is consNmtly disturbed by visions of what would happen if our earning power should cease and the charge account come due. Paying cash-as-you-go, with a bit put aside for the proverbial rainy day, goes far toward giv- ing a man or woman real freedom You are free to shop where you can get the most value for your dollar, with no fear of the first-of- the-month-blues. Mrs: O. E. Williams has been quite sick with quinzy and confined to her home the past week. Mrs. J. H. Robertson, Mrs. LI A. Johnson, Mrs. C. W. Ruben and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Greene motored to Se- attle Thursday to attend the grand loSge of the Masons, and the grand chapter of the O. E. S. Miss Sophia Muller of the Alder- crest sanitarium staff, called at the Charles Kindle home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Buss spent the week end in Everett with relatives. Dave Knight returned Sunday frcra a short visit with the Joe Martels in Olympia. Dave is feeling much ira- in health. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scott and Mrs. )tto Nelson enjoyed a picnic and fish- ing outing at the Mervin Pfeiffer home on Woods creek Wednesday. Little Miss Wilma Buss is the guest this week of her aunts Mrs. Bens0n and Mrs. Deyo in Everett. Lester Peterson of Seattle, spent the week end at the home of his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nelson. Mrs. Lee Crockett and Mrs. Ralph Buss motored to Seattle Monday. George Parker and D. W. Wilson left Thursday last for Soap /Lake for a vacation *of two or three weeks. Mrs. R. V. Greene spent the day in Everett Tuesday. Dr. nd Mrs. R. B. Payne returned on Friday from a vacation spent in enjoying a vacation at the Lake Washington home of the J. Morgan Lewis family at Lake Forest Park. Miss Mildred Stretch was subst- tutirg for Mrs. Roland Crow in the office of R. J. Stretch and company Wednesday during the absence of Mrs. Crow, who spent the day in Se- attle. Mrs. William Lillemoen was an Ev- erett visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lillemoen and family, with their house guest, Miss Alpha Bishop motored to Seattle Sun- day an;d picnicked at Woodland Park. Miss BLhop left on Monday for Salem Oregon, where she will visit friends before going on to California for a visit in the sunny South. Miss Bishop's home is in Thief River Falls, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Farmer spent Sunday swimming and boating at Lake Stevens. Mrs. C. L. Props and children of Snohomish, were guests Sunchy at the R. L. Kelley home. Miss Neva Rupple and Miss Polly Cornell of Everett, were callers at the J. G. Schmidt home on Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs.George Watson and Mrs. Victor Mattson returned on Sun- day from a visit with friends in the Wenatchee valley. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harter of Arlington, and Mrs H. Miehaels of Snohomish called on Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wolfe Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Means and Mr.'and Mrs. C. J. Nixon motored to Lake Stevens Sunday and picnicked at/Lundeen's park- Mrs. Laura B. Russell is a guest this week at the heine of Mrs. M. Schumacher, Hoyt avenue, Everett. Earl Elwell was a business caller in Everett Monday. Mrs. R. W. Kirbey of Los Angeles, Cal., was a week end guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ella Evans. Miss Lucile Hoover of Woods Creek  Acres, is spending this.week in Se- attle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gibbons. Mrs. G. E. Lawson and daughter, Miss Sara, are guests this week at the Fred Culver home. Mr. Culvez i motored to Seattle Tuesday to bring them to Monroe. Mr. and[ Mrs. E. R. Heifort, with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Heifort, were en- tertained by Mr. and Mrs. G. Ander- son at their home in Seattle Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Purdy and the little sons, Ellsworth and Dick, were dinner guests on Sunday at the D. H. Parkhurst home in Snohomish. R. J. Stretch was a business visitor in Seattle Tuesday  evening. eastern Washington and Idaho.  .... I Tne ev. ann rs. J. M. rlixson Mr. and Mrs. Swan Johnson of the lmotored to Everett Monday, Mrs. Wagne r Community had ,as Sunday lHixson to be the guest of Mr: and and distinct showing. In this way, our whole store be- come an exposition of not oly New Summer Apparel but of staple merchandise of unquestionable quality as well. 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