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Page Six THE MONROE MONITOR  Monroe, Washington , Friday, June 24, 1927 - . I ,., | FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS 4+****+++* + GOLD BAR * 4- Mrs. L. E. Smith and sons, Davm and Edgar of Mt. Vernon are visiting Mr. Smith, who is a civil engineer working on the Wiekstrom project. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank of Ed- monds visited Gold Bar Tuesday, looking up some property on which they may build. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmi&apos;the and daughter Patriacia of Bellingham, who have been visiting with the Frank Schmelke family, accompanied by Miss Lola Schmelke left Wednes dav for Calgary, Alberta, where they will spend a month visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Andy Pollock has returned to her home here after spending several weeks at the home of her daughter, iMrs. Fred Dubuque of Index. Miss Inez Hill spent Saturday at the AI Denoif home. Several of her nei.ghbors surprised Mrs. Frances Roy at her home Tues- day evening, the occasion being her b]rthclay, l nose present were Mrs. 3'icLain, Mrs. &ouis Stetzer, Mrs. Wil- liam Teubner and daughter, Helena; hire. Aibm Pearson, and Miss Cecelia loy. Mr. and Mrs. George Delaney spent 'riay in \\;orth rend, the guests of lir. and Mrs. arl Nelson, formally of Gold Bar. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and family are leaving for Oregon vchere they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Draggoo and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. White and son, Spencer attended a surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. latt Monday evening celebrating the birthday of Mr. Klatt. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Endicott and little son spent the week-end at Langley with Mr. and Mrs. Burk, parents of Mrs. Endicott. Mrs. J. L. Kreider and Mrs. Albert Carlson returned Friday from Seattle where they visited friends and rela- tives. Mrs. Julius Monson, who has been visiting her husband here, returned to her home in Aberdeen Sunday. Mr. Stockwell, one of the survey- ors on the Wickstrom project, left for his home i Aberdeen Sunday to consult a doctor. The McLeod twins of Seattle are spending the summer at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore. Mrs. Alex Hanson and children of Monitor arrived Sunday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Draggoo. Mrs. Jack Feeney and baby, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. i and Mrs. Oweu Minton of Wenatchee, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Banta of Grotto spent Friday night at th home of Mr. and] Mrs. C. W. White. i Miss Wanda Whiteman and Miss Fay Cough vsited in Sultan Friday. J 444444444 4 4 STARTUP + +44+4444++++++++ + Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Startup had as their week-end guests Mrs. Startup's nieces, Mrs. J. H. Fuller and Mrs. C. H. Allbensty and friends, Mrs. Ethel Porter and Mrs. Mabel Hopk'.as of Aberdeen. This party had been attending the State Federation ef Women's clubs convention. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gibbons of Everett, joined the party for breakfast Sunday morn. ing at the Startup home. Mr. and Mrs. William Wddell were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave WeddelI at Gold Bar on several days last week, spent Satur- day evening with her mother, Mrs. Adeline Larson of Seattle Hill. Mr. A. Larson and Bud Larson joined /Mrs. Larson at Seattle Hill Sunday, i [all returning Sunday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Se- ,aiSle were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland C:row. Miss Margaret Doheny and P. Keck motored to Monroe Sunday and were joined by Pauline and Madeline Keck, Loui.s Wauser and Gust Kletche of Everett, all pi.cnickin at Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Garding and children Arthur, Loraine and May, motored, .o Everett and Lake Stevens Sunday. Mrs. F. Doolittle and (laughter Dris of Snohomish, were guests o Mrs. Regina Schindler, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Millar and children, Thurston and Shirley of Lake Stevens, and their brother-in- law, Earl Lamb of Wenatchee, were dinner guests of Mrs. Millar's parents ! Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glunske Sunday. Mr. Lamb is frui, t and lettuce inspec- tor and expects to locate his family in Everett or Monroe, for the sum- mer. lur. Fres Brewer and family motor- e to Monroe Sunday and were joined by A. K. Murdock and family, all mo- toring to Tolt and Novelty and Lake Stevens. i Mr .and Mrs. Arthur Winkler and sons Harlan and Arthur Westley, were week-end guests of Mrs. Wink- erl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fried- walt. Mr. and Mrs. Wagg motored to Startup Sunday afternoon and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Friedwalt. A1 Friedwalt accompanied them home Sunday evening. Bud Larson has purchased a new car. Miss Florence Baldridge of Seattle, was a week-end guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baldridge. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hartenbower of Seattle, announce the birth of a son, June 12. Mrs. Hartenbower will be remembered as Miss Mary Bowen of Startup. A letter from the Reverend H. Schmid, who is in Sacramento, Calif, to the members of the German Bap- tist church, states that Mrs. Schmid underwent a serious operation June 15 and is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Daniels, Anne Getchman, Alvin Daniels and Jack Dwyer, attended the ball game at Sultan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rapphun and ,chi'ldren Ellen and Esther, Miss Anna and Mrs. August Rapphun motored to Everett Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Witney. Mr. and Mrs. Harold IlIman had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and! Mrs. P. L. Hess and son Stanley,  Henry Hess and Miss Evelyn Smelke of Gold Bar and Mrs. Lucy Illman. Earl Firman of Seattle is aguest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Firman. Miss Martha Berg, Lydia, Analia, Rouse and children will remain for several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and other relatives. Mrs. Esther Hazen left Sunday for a trip to Pennsylvania. She expects to be gone a year. Miss Madge Baldwin spent the week end with her father. She sailr for Alaska on the Alameda Tuesday. Mrs. James Means returned Sun- day from a visit with friends in We- natchee. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Russell and daughter Annette returned to the Sunset Monday evening after a visit to Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson made a tri.p to Everett Tuesday. Mrs. Carl- son remained for a short visit with her brother, Harry Stroud. Mrs. Earl Smith returned Friday evening from a visit to Machias. Frank Snell spent the week end wi, th his family in Monroe. C. N. Busch returned Sunday from a tip to Seattle. He was accom- panied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Le Claire. Word has been received at the Hastings home of the birth of a  oaughter, Bonnie Jean to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carrari of Mukilteo, on June 16. Mrs. Warren Hazen, Mrs. Arthur May and daughter Fern, were in Se- attle Saturday. Miss Fern went from there to Olympia with Roy Marxen, remaining for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Butt and children, Mr. Donald Butt, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wilcox andl daughters Vilma and Carol, Mrs. Richard Jones called on friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hill entertained Saturday evening with a dancing party in honor of their daughter DorGthy's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Baker spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knutson. " SULTAN SELECTIONS * 44444444444 Mrs. V,. F. Leavell returned from the Everett hospital Thursday where she has been recovering from an op- eration. The W,,allace Manufacturing com- pany saw mill was shut down from Friday to Monday on account of the lack of logs. John Werner spent Thursd]ay and Friday at Wallace Falls. Lous Peterson returned Friday from his vacation. He had bten visit- ing his brother in Hollywood, Wash. Chas. A. Modlin of Seattle, was a professional caller here on Thursday. Mrs. Anna Luther was up from Monroe on Thursday to visit friends here. Little Betty Lou Tisch of Sultan, appeared here at the Rtx Theater in a special act on Tuesday night. This talented little lady gave a delightful performance. The act was written for Minnie, Amanda, Emma and Ben her especially by Miss Garnets Kager Kiem, spent Thursday in Seattle as a a local author guest of their sister and brother-re-[ Arthur O Jkrmstrong of Seattle law, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stuttsman. lwas a Sultan visitor in town on Messrs Lund, Gund Miller andlThursday. Startup, attended the Masonic lodge I The Masonic lodge of Sultan had, as at Sultan Friday. Mrs. Regina Sehindler, Miss Bertha Schindler and Mrs. Earl Bennett gave a farewell dinner and party Sunday night in holor of the Christ Kiem family, who left ][onday with .two trucks for Minot, NTD. Miss Martha Berg accompanied them to North Da. kota, her former home. Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Ferfll and grandson of Monroe, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bart- lett Saturday. Herman Brittmier and Fred Freede Sunday last. of Washburn, N. D., spent last week Miss Jesse Giddings of Seattle, is visiting relatives and friends in a guest at her paFent$ home, Mr. and Staxtup, returning home Tuesday. Mrs. Reid Giddhs, for an indefiffito ": Miss Ida Schalo spent several days riod  " in Monro as the guest of her sister_ Miss Alberta Studeman and Harry Mrs. John Schenffels. Prip of Seattle, were guests of Miss] Mr. and Mrs. Dave Murray were Jesse Giddings Sunday. ]Sultan visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.' Cl:trenee Ziebel ancl -Miss Martha Schwartz, who was a son Billy, left Moiay ;for:Port An-[delegate to Pullman for the Sewing geles, to be the gliests o ,, returned to Sultan Sunday morn- bell's sister And brther-in-aw, .Mr. mg and visited with her sister Miss and Mrs. Charles Crittenden for the week.  Mrs. John Lotz, Mrs. Clarence Lawson and son Alfred, visited with Mrs. enn Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Startup and on Dick, a::: Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Soner of Seat ...... re afternoon guests,of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Startup. Russell Wood had as his dimmer eSts at the Shadinger home Sun- , his sister Miss Ruth Wood and small brother and Clinton Wood of Seattle. ' W. Price motored to Wenatchee <n Thursaay, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. G, Startup of Sul- tan, were guests at the G. G. Startup home Saturday evening. Mrs. Magdalene Diode and Mrs. Christ Kiem motored to Everett Mon- da[r, and Mrs. Charles Sandberg of Seattle, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W Kenn, Sunday. ',Bernard Sholtz and William Ziebel ere guests at the Paul Sholtz home in Everett, Sunday. Miss Evelyn Smelke, Jessie Gidd- ings and Henry Hess,. visited .at the A, L. Larson home Friday evening. J. H. Kellog and children, Elizabeth, Margaret and Donal, were dinner gst at the Francis Huff0rd home at Granite Falls Sunday. Margaret Kellog remained as a guest of Anna Hufford for the week. Clarence Duncan motored to S- - attic Saturday evening, returning Smday with Mrs. Duncan and child- re, Joyee and Doraie. Lee Toney was a dinner guest t the I. J. Crump home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lund had ns their guests at Lake Roesiger Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hall of Everett an:l lephew Doador Hall of E. St. Louis, Iillinois, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Crow and Mrs. Frank Jones of Seattle. Mrs. A. L. Larson who was a guest of her brother E. D. Osborne of Rove ellie Schwartz. Julius Schwartz called, and with his sisters Nellie and Martha, motored to Lake Stevens where they were guests of Miss Molly Tisdale. Mrs. Agnes Wilson received word that her mother, Mrs. Betts Sanders passed away at the home of a daugh- ter,2Vfrs. Frank Lewis at Huntington Beach, Calif. Mrs. Sanders was an old pioneer of Startup. She was a resident of Monroe several years and was 75 years of age at the time of her death. 44444 mw.x mvxo0000o00s t ++ The annual picnic at C. R. Redd- ing's ranch near Kirkland, was held Thursday. Those present were: Mr. :and Mrs. F. C. Doolitfle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Biery, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Johanson and son Perry, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ulrich, sons Robert and Donald, L. H. Egbert and d/aughter Ruby of Index, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Van Vetehen, Frank Stossel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van Horn of Toll, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schull of Mercer Is- land and Mr. Arthur Schlindex. Lee Drake was an Index caller on Thursday. Miss Ella Tomlinson of Victoria spent several days last week with her sister Mrs. Jack O'Grant. Irving Vestal called on Index friends Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mathey, Mr. and Mrs. Ed White and son Norman of Monroe, spent Sunday at the Fatat home. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Biery returned Saturday evening from a trip to. Van- couver, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rouse, daugh- ter Jean and son Milton, and daugh- ter Anuette, left Saturday for a week-end visit in Tacoma. Mrs. a candidate for the third degree or Master Degree, George P. Campbell, on FrioMy night. The Peninsula lodge No. 95 of Everett were visitors here' and put on the Master Degree work. After the ini.tation a banquet was held at the Florence Care to honor Mr. Campbell, at which 75 people were present. The large "loci" of the Wallace Manufacturing company, broke an axle on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Houdon and son Jack, spent Suffday at/Lake Stev- ens. Mrs. H. R. Hitchcock was a Monroe visitor on Sarchy afternoon. Mrs. Howard'ass of "Lemme Inn" near EagIes Fals, visited rlatives here Satur!ay. ' ,Mr, and';:rs. lliam VanGorder drdVe up fr6m An on Friday Th " "  e .All2Sars 3Index and the AII-Stars 0?ult'-elaved! here n the local bali eveni0000 during twiligh:[:hous.:e game was closely contested, The final score was 3 to 4 in favor of"t]ie visiting team. I The only chi '6 Mr. and Mrs. Seim Hellirs of.. Sulth died Thurs- day night at the General hospital .n Monroe, of pneumonia. He was 14 months old. Mrs. Charles Tiffany and small son Freddie, who have been afflicted with blood poisoning in their fingers, are fully recovered. Louis Pelliter received the saff news of the death of his sister in Yakim, Wednesday. The Royal Neighbors and friends gave a shower at the Woodmen hall on Friday afternoon to compliment Mrs. Ed Pratt. The afternoon was spent socially during which a .deli- cious lunch was served to the foIlow- ig: Mrs. James Headrick, Mrs. Irish, I Mrs. Heigermann, Mrs. James Wood, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Morton Love, Mrs. Warren, Mrs. Thuran Cannon, Mrs. Albin Johnson, Mrs. Tom Jordan, Mrs. J. M. Brown and Mrs. Brooks. Mrs. Pratt was the happy recipient of many lovely gifts Miss Verle Mosier anc Mr. Robert Casey were married at the Trinity Parish church on eighth and James st. in Seattle on Thursday, June 16, by the Rev. W. B. Turrill, at two-thirty in the afternoon. Dr. R. E. Douglas of Sultan was best man and Mrs. R. E. Douglas acted as bridesmaid. Ms., Reatha Mosier sister of the bride, and Mrs. Joe Chiass0n of Renton, a sister of the groom, were also wed- ding attendants. The bride was charming in black and white and the groom wore a gray business suit. Miss Verle Mosier came to Sultan eight years ago with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Mosier. She s a pop- ular and c.harmlng young lady. Rob- err Casey was born and raised in Sultan. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Casey, who are well and favorably known business people here in Sultan. The groom is active as manager of the baseball club and is a well liked and highly capable young business man here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ralston of Seattle en- tertained with a charming 6 o'clock dinner in the honor of the bride and groom at thei home in Seattle. Those present were: Mrs. Vera Chiasson, Mr. Joe Kiens, Dr. and Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Carson Patrick, Miss Reatha Mosier, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Casey and the host and hostess. The bride and groom left Seattle Friday for a brief trip to British Columbia, from which they returned to Sultan Sunday night. They will reside in Sul- tan and make their home at the How- ard Cass place on Fourth street. A. W. Bower and son Roswelt Bower and Mrs. Bower of Seattle, were Sultan visi'tors on Sunday. A. W. Bower was editor here of the Sul- tan Journal between 1890 and 1900. He set out the Walnut grove here on Third street. Mrs. Alex Marsolais entertained Thursday afternoon to compliment her cousin Mrs. Martha Bosence of Los Angeles. Those present were Mrs. Ralph Farmer, Mrs. Dudley Marsolais Mrs. Joe BurS, Mrs. Albert Lester, Miss Mary Cusaek, the guest of honor and the hostess. Mi, ss Iris Estes is visiting with her aunt in Seattle this week. The school board directors had their regular business meeting at the grade school Monday night. Regular miness was attended to. Rufus Kager and Harry Atwoed of the Valley Band, with the rest of the band boys, were entertained in Duva!i last Thursday night. The degree team of Snoqualmie pu on work here at the Woodman lodge here Thursday ni.ght. A class of seven new members were initated. The Modern Woodman lodge have appointed a committee to take care of and make plans for a Fourth of July celebration here in Sultan. The committee met Monday night and made arrangements for the cele- bration. Index and Sultan ball teams played here Sunday, June 19. The score was 1 to 4 in favor of Index. Mrs. Ellis Warner entertained the Young Matrons bridge club at her summer home at Lake Roesiger on Thursday afternoon with a charminz bridge luncheon. Three tables of bridge were in play during the after: noon. Merton Love presided as chairman of the Ad club at their regular lunch- eon at the care this week. An article from a Seattle paper and one from at Wenatchee paper were read, concern- ing the Stevens Pass. The members voted to write the editor of the Wena- tchee paper and compliment him on his article about the Pass. Louis Pe- terson, on the auto park committee, reported that he had raised $75 for the sg.pport of the park for the sum- mer. Miss Viola Lester is employed at the Florence care now. Mrs. McCloud is raffling off a quilt at the Marsolais store this week. Mr. Swift of Seattle was in town on TuescMy. H. F. Wilcox of the Valley News, was an Index visitor Wednesday. J. I. Hopper of Monroe, was a pro- fessional caller on Wednesday. At the game last Tuesday betwecn Millers Logging company and the" In- dex All-Stars, Index came out the victor. The score was 13 to 11. H. R. Busse of Seattle was Sultan visitor on Wedenesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Farmer attend- ed the "Lost World" Thursday, which played at the Rex. Mrs. S. B. James returned Saturday from a visit of several days with her daughter, Mrs. H. G. Ginninon in Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Welch, who spent last week here with relatives, left the latter part of the week for Seattle where he sailed for Alaska on Saturdhy. Mrs. Earle Coke of Seattle spent several days last week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knutson. Miss Doris Marsolias and Mrs. Dudley Marsolais of Monroe, were Sultan visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Nelson of Index were Sultan visitors on Wednesday. A. W. Bower andJ son Russell Bower were Sultan visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Petitclerc are the parents of a baby girl born on Monday, June 20, at the Gale hospital in Monroe. Mrs. Edwin Knutson of Index, visi- ted relatives here on Monday of this week. Miss Florence Headrick of Skyko- mish was a week-end guest of Miss Gladys McCarty. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Casey had as a dinner guest Monday Mrs. Casey's father, Fred Cromer. Wade Bonine had what proved] to be a serious accident on the hospital hill, when he collided head-on into Dr. Meade's car, of Everett, Sunday. Charette Ward, one of the passengers, was severely cut about the head. The boy .,couts serenaded Mr. an,i Mrs, Boone Hardi.n last Wednesday nia'ht. Mr. Hardin is the Scoutmas- ter of the troop. Mrs..I.M. Brown andl Raliegh Bo- ren and children motored to Snoho- mish on Monday. Mrs. Robert Heckman and children spent Sunday and Monday at Lake Stevens at their summer cottage. Mrs. Tom Jordan will entertain the Ladies' Aid with a tea at her home Gn Thursday afternoon, June 30. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Casey who were married Thursday, were sere- naded Monday night by a party of friends. In the excitement of the: noise-making the seni'or Heald boy was acicdently hit in the forehead I with a hanmer. He was rushed to a doctor where three stitches were taken in his head. Gloria June Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson of Index was buried here at the Sultan ceme- tery Sunday afternoon. Albert Lester motored to Everett Monday on business. Louis Williams moved Wednesday, near the electric power plant about a mile out of town. Little Louise Heckman of local fame, danced at the opening of the community hall in Mukilteo on Fri-i day night. She captivated the audi-[ ence when she appeared in an en- chanting filmy creation of mauve and silver in the "Mystery" dance. Toe dancing i,s Miss Louise's speciality. The grace and the ease with which she executes this most dfficult branch of the dancing art, has excited prophecies of a professional career for this tighly talented young lady. The Royal Neighbors and Modern Woodman will gi-ce a dance at their hall Saturday night June 25. Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Shadinger motored to Seattle on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chiasson of Ren- ton motored up from there Saturday evening and spent Sunday at the (Continued on page 7) Complete Line --OF-- Bee Supplies Garden Hose Screen Doors. 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