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Page Two THE MONROE MONITOR Monroe, Wash., Thursday, June 18, 1953 --;-",a, monnos moniTOR .eo oo LOCAL BRIEFS ._ . . LE;AL nOT,C ..... ___ Louise webb while in ivtonroe. ~ ~---~'-' Ifll IflN RiHDllFI Official Paper of Town of Monroe and Town of Skykomlsh , Mr. and Mrs.~alter Wilson Mrs. Lida C. Graffis of OnoIaska, PROOF OF BALANCE DUE ON D E L I NQUENT ASSESSMENT | rim Immllllml IFql~l BILl I,I I P u B L I S H E D E V E R Y T H U R S D A Y with their house ' guests, Mr. and Washington, her daughter, Ethel, OR ANNUAL REPRESENTA. I I a s u r a a e I ............ Mrs. James Baird, and two child- and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Chet ~' "WARD VOLAND .................................................................. News Editor ren drove to Yakima Sunday Weaver, Nancy and Janette of Se-TION WORK ON MINE LOCA. [ 499 So Lewis Monroe I where they attended a family re- attle, were callers at the E. T. TIONS SITUATED IN SILVER I ~; ,~,~o I w RD BOWDEN ............................................... union at the home of Mrs. Wil- Bascom home Sunday. Mr. Graf- ...................... Publisher CREEK MINING DISTRICT, IN I rnone ~,~1 i SNOHOMISH son's brother and sister-in-lawfis was one of the first principals COUNTY, WASH. ,:ntered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. D C. Hart. There at the Monroe grade school. INGTON | I Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879 [ LEO RABEN : 18, 1953 This or some earlier date appears on your address San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) -- wereto enjoyt~Ventynethe day'relatives present theMr'weekandendMrS'with J" F.theirArrantSdaughter,Spent STATE OF WA'A~NGTON i Scheduled to arrive here June 25Visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs. Robert Stabbe and family, of COUNTY OF SNOHOMI~H, ss. I PAINTING--PAPER HANGINGI ~,.~. you are thereby notified that the time for your subscription was aboard the attack aircraft car- E. S. TURNER, being duly | ...... | paid, has expired, and renewal is solicited, tier USS Valley Forge after sev- Mrs. George Butler Monday to Fairmont Corners. On Sunday sworn, on oath, deposes andsays: 1134 8. Madison e, none zH11 -~ ~--~TION~NR~~~-~-- months of combat duty in Ko- Wednesday were Mrs. Butler's sis- they all motored to Buckley to That he is the owner and entitled i I ter, Mrs. A.~F. Abreo, her husband spend Father's Day with a son to the immediate possession of ',~r.:~e, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valley, per year ................... $2.50rean waters is Richard F. Hartley, and daughter, all of Kansas City, and his family and.they returned an interest in the following des- ~11 airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs cribed mining claim locationsI I , -',le Monroe Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valley, per year ........ $3.00 Luther Thompson of Monroe. " ~issouri. The sisters had not met home Monday morning m time for situated in Silver Creek Mining i I~ | d~ IX | The veteran fiat-top has eom-since 1911. Mrs. Ed Evans of breakfast. District, in SnohomishCounty,I IWIIIl~h# ]~_ ~1~1~ I YES SIR, "IT HAPPENS EVERY THURSDAY" pleted its fourth tour of duty in Angle Lake came up to visit with ~-- Washington, to-wit: | rll|ilw I[][ Ill~|| | the forward area. her aunt, and the Butlers drove to T.he port of Quebec is 300 miles Good Luck No. 1, Lode Min- | .... J .... I ing Claim, location Notice re- I -- I The local cinema next wee]< is busting out with a movie Planes of carrier Air Group S the British Columbia border Tues- from the sea. corded in ol. 43 of Mining| FUNERAL DIRECTORS | day with all their guests. _ Records, at page 631, records of [ ~[C | called "it Happens Every Thursday." Now, what happens on aboard the Valley Forge carried Mr. and Mrs. Douglas I-Ialver- [~ ~ Snohomish County, Washing- I " I ton; every Thursday is not such common knowledge, except in out almost daily bombing and son of Snohomish were hosts on II ...... II Good Luck No. 2, Lode Min, ] AMBULANCE SERVICE I one small field of endeavor. And that being what happens strafing missions over North Ko- Father's Day to their l~arents, Mr. [{/~ Pine rices/o {I ing Claim, locatlon Notice re- I I rea. and Mrs. Helmer Halverson, Mr I} ]] corded in Vol 43 of Mining Rec- ! Monroe 3281 Sultan 671 I every Thursday in sma|l bergs throughout these United States While operating with fast car- and Mrs. Nels Carlson and family II [[~lm| ~ ]Mr II ords, at page 631, records of | ..... I ~the publication el the weekly scuttlebutt in the guise of a rier Task Forc~ 77 off the eastern Snohomish County,Washing- ] Uuvall 44;$ ] newspaper, or in this case, the Monroe Monitor. Not having a coast of Korea, attacking aircraft and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Main II~IB~[~ 11 ton; ' I) .,'-'-n,* . II i w re. I sneak preview of the Hollywood project, the Monitor staff may from the Valley concentrated onMrs. George Spicer of Eugene, I[ [I ing Claim,location Notice re- [ " ~ ""~ " [ be in for a vivid account of the trials and tribulations of the supplies, troops, bridges, and rail- Oregon, visited last week at the I1 .... . .. 11 corded inVol. 44of Mining , , i Moaern Accommooa~mns . Records at page 53, records of weekly publisher or, get a down-to-earth picture of what Holly- itary installations near front line Whit Clark home. She is a niece ~1 ~ . II Snohomish County,Washing- I DR. B L TAYLOR I wood can do with the silver screen in the way of depicting the positions, of Mr. Clark. II ~ Good Fishing [I ton; " tale of an average weekly publisher. Enlisted reservists from the Pa- Norriss Richardson of Seattle i[ ,~ Hunting, Skiing [| Good Luck No. 4, Lode Mtn- I ......... ,aM ] ing Claim, location Notice re- I *~.~n,,~-,,,~,- I visited Sunday at the home of his II " ..... II corded in Vol. 44 of Mining ] I Now the showman's manual tells us in the verbose lingo cific Northwest area this week parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rich- I[ ~rMaKe ~eservauon$ NOW [I Records, at page 53, records of , PHONE 46~1 I (which Hollywood has already been accused of stripping Web- embarked on a rigorous two-week ardson. He was accompanied by [[ On Beautiful Stevens Palm In [] Snohomish County Washington; J 224 South Sam Street | ster el all adjectives) for which it is notorious, that "It Happens training course at Fort Lewis, Good Luck No. 5, Lode Mln- ] ] three young people, all cousins, il the Shadow~ of Baring [[ Eye,j" Thursday" is "intimate as a honeymoon .... tender as under the accelerated Army" Re-Dorcas Richardson, David Lewis II . [i ing Claim, location Notice re- , , --II a lover's kiss." The stars (that is also a descriptive term silo- serve program. , , Mountain Records, at page 53, records of ~ , ,m cited by Hollywood) are termed respectively "That '~ecause Joining with other enlisted re- and'Chuck' Webb. "Chuck"Webb ]] . [] corded in Vol. 44 of Mining ~ ~. was graduated, last month from II u.-- ,~ --.. - II Snohomish C(mnty, Washing. ] ~ '1" ~ ~ ~ . ~ u | ...... servists from Oregon, Washington, Pullman High school and will [[ Klrren Klf MOtel [[ ton; | ,. a. ~ ~ o ~ v ,, | of You Woman, Loretta Young; That Sensatmna] New Montana, Idaho and Utah for this . Good Luck No. 6, Lode Mln- | L A W Y E R | ,, enter W.S.C. in the fall He is at- ]] ...... ""---H [I Stage Star," John Forsythe. "basic training program is David tending a two weeks encampment I[ o~.,.u, w^o. II mg Claim, mcation Notice re- I I ~orded in.Vol. 2.96_ of Mining I PRACTICE IN ALL COUaTal Offhand we would question the comparison of the Monroe W. Whitfield, son of Lawrence o1: the National Guard at Ft. Lewis. ~__~ ~ ,~1 ~e~oras, at page ~7, recoras or I I Monitor with an intimate honeymoon and a tender loving kiss, Whitfield, 304 Main and Madison, Snohoralsh County, Washing-| Monroe, Walhlnoton l but on the other hand weekly publications on the average may Monroe. ~ :~." ~ . ton; and ' -~ I~ Even so, Hollywood has ability and, next to television's "'Drag- WITH TH~-~'TI-I INFANTRY ~%~ ~i}$!~: ~ :~ Claim, location Notice recorded "~-'~-~~ net" is the greatest entertainment media in the world today. DIV. IN KOREA--Cpl. krchie G. in Vol. 43 of Mining Records, t~t a~, ~,,~---a, at page 245, records of Snoho- ~.KINi~ or ASKI=AI Rachel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto wood Preservative now mlsh C0unty, Washington; Seriously, the Monitor is looking forward to the story of a Rachel, route two, Monroe, Wash- All of which mining claim loea- LISTINGS W~I weekly newspaper and the community it serves. The picture Ington, recently arrived in Korea ttons are situated in Section 21, should warrant just more than passing interest for i~; is through for duty with the 179th Regiment Township 28 North, Range 11 two ways ~ W.M.. Snohomlsh County. Large or Small. these small publications over the nation that small people can of the 45th Infantry Division. . are contiguous, and so situated make their voices heard. In reality, the voice of a weekly pub- Rachel, in the Army since July, that assessment or ~nnual repre- Iicatlon is the voice of the people. Not because we believe it is 1951, la, st served at Camp Roberts, -' sentation work done on each IJ~ ~ w~t cohen give Q$ so, but because the weekly is guided and influenced by .the California, where he received his claim was so done and performed a call. : that the same was done for the folks of the community and, without the friendship and support basic training. You'll get 10% dis- u~os and benefit of all of s~ld Pict.s Floor Plains IRe. of the community, no weekly can exist. After all, every weekly He was employed by the Skyko- count off the price claims; FAr" ""~" mish Shingle company. " of Standard Wood That affiant is the co-tenant r ~ l~rl. publisher is close enough for a nose pounding or congratula- The 45th Infantry Division, or- Preservative deliver- " with the following: 7314 Aurora Ave. Phone Ve 1210 With Harold Raetz of Brighton tlons; whereas, the chances of making your opinion known to iginally an Oklahoma National ed to you any time Sales, 6228 Rainier Avenue, Se- large publications and other media is virtually nil---that is, the Guard unit has been in Korea ~ -- -- - attle. Washington, who owes af- m ' I .~ , ........ ourlng dune, duly fiant for assessment work done I aa~ae~#~ aF~ a personal face-to-face contact that packs weight is non-existant, since uecemver, v~i l~ has par- __~ ...... auu ~u~us~. ,'~n(l thereon the sum of $276.50. | IVIVPIK%/I L~,~%~I~ICK [ All of which means that nine times out of ten the famous, oft- ticipated in heavy combat action, o '11 " ear of With Fred Simmerer and Ned I ~-~t~s~- | ,, y u ge~ y s ex talked-of, highly respected "grass roots democracy" has its including the battles for T-Bows .... " Wilson and Edith Wilson, Box 14, I ~IIR,~I~,I~ I " "" """~m"- rra service ~rom pos~s, origin right in your town's weekly sheet. Hill" l ......... " .... Issaquah, Washington, who owe[ The Best In I mudsdls, ana other affiant on account of assessment I _ - -_ I Enough said: let's see the story of a weekly newsDapre and it really gets bad, the leaves fall wood soaked in this work done by affiant for the ira- [ Locker Meats [ the role it plays in Hometown, U.S.A. " off. And since most of the pepper- special product be- provement of said claims, the[ QI~II~ I~/%IBI/ 1 ~-~ sum of $433.33; ] ~=.=w- ---- rvn,~ [ i{[~ a ]r~ a ~ ~ 1 comes. But scientists at the West- mint oil is in the leaves, this ser- fore installation. It With S. It. P. Vevelstad, who I MW~A! 1 musly cuts off ymlds fflmt l~USl: t.omrm era Washington Experiment Sta-" " " - penetrates the pores of wood, prevents rot by re- owes affiant for assessment and [ -.-~,K;~.~I~ [ representation work done thereon, ] CUT AND WRAPPED I the sum of $375.00; that the resi- | F~I~ ynlID ~t'~Pit'l~l~ I ,dence of the said S. H. P. Vevel- I ..... v..... ~.....~..,~.. I stad is unknown to affiant; and i Reasonable Prices [ With James Brennan of Everett, i 1n2 w.., M~;. l Washington, who is indebted to | I ....U in'this state for the first time only affiant in the sum of $41.70 on | ne 4 I .... At account of assessment or annual i representationwork on said claims; I I That affiantwas required to I 1AWJ~MI~W~WWJ~I[D l pay said sums from the year I ~.~-,~wwa,~avsv~w--~ | 1946 until the end of the mining I | year 1952, and that demand there- I ALIh BI#~VPI[ I refused; I I That affiant as co-tenant was I work or permit the claims to be | | Plant pathologist LeaCamp |IUI*IUL;iO essary to perform all of said labor | ~_-----L~- ~..--I-- tL__ I tion here have been aware of it " " tarding the growth of wood-destroying fungi. T,, Ro qk,.., for some time. They've been work- bell and chemists V. L. Miller and Dorothy Poltey are cooperat- SO hurry and get your order for Standard &U ~ I~iI~FI~LIL ing to find some way of controll- " ~ "n w vs f controllin this Wood -Preservative in today and save money !.1 .... ing~a~ ~int rust which appeared]n~ to fl d a_ 'o g -- ~leld -a" rust disease. They're going at it." two ways. Delivery must be completed beforethe a fe~ years ago and has sinc~ be- from two angles--first, to find end of the ~ period. Ask us about our 10~a come so severe that the mint in- ways to kill the disease before it discount sale "bh Standard Roof Coatings, too. Those of yo~--hwho like a minty dustry here is threatened, gets at the plant, and second, how to control the disease after it at- ~ ~ _ ' ~, flavor to your gum, candy, and Approximately 2,500 acres of tacks the mint. ~~ medicine can begin to relax a peppermint are grown in south- These scientists are going to . ~'~.~ bit. A major threat to the source western Washington each year, all have exhibits of mint plants they [or more inf0rm0fi0n ab0u! Siandord 0il C0mp0ny of f01if0mi0 produfts0 for has been made, but payment | ~,~lll~IBI~/~LI~ | of that flavor is on its way toof which could be attacked by the have treated in various ways for .u ..... L..~ ,..J..J --.. , ....... being whipped. , disease. The disease appears in ....... ~un yuu, mtu, Jmnuu,u muu . . rust contrm curing the annum .... ~'l~lUl~l~ O ~ln=l~/nM-- compelled to do said assessment |S~le$ ~nd SerYice | Maybe you didnt know that late summer shortly before har-Farmers' Field Day and Open r~ll~a~ ~ VlAI~IR, L~R[]} there was any threat to the mint vest. It causes orange postules on House at the Station Thursday, Telephone 2211 Monroe---26 SkTkomld Monroe & Grotto forfeited, and that it was nec- i i plants from which this flavoring the underside of the leaves. When July 23, according to Supt. J.W. WASHINGTON in order to protect the land from I rr~BK :$ ~y~;l~ ~n~p I a small model mint still that is ..... That the labor so performed I HILL and MADISON | used for mint oil production. Other and the materials so furnished I ........ I ~none ZgZ1 MOftPOe kere performed or furnished for | | departments at the Station also~ ---~ :-- the use and benefit of said land, I I * will have their research on dis- ~,~i~m~... including tunnel work, clearing, play that day, Kalkus reports. ~ 0 improvement work, building of Pre-emergence sprays -- chemi- (~, .~l~~ bridges, tunneling, purchase of l i all of said work, laber and/or ma- ! W IRCJ I Nof#--~ 6]~01~ 0/3 p~f'~a~]~B[$ cals put on before the mint plants {~|~ ~~~ powder, caps and fuses, and that I I ., | -]$airIfor ~]l 6/@re~t ty~t$ of ~_ / come out of the ground--may well )~N~ .g.~r ~l/~I teria]s were furnished or l~dd| -- ' I | ~[/ provide the answer to this rust (~ ~ ' '~ ~ ingIr bYwork.affiant for the current rain- I ! Iim IBB -la I1 I problem, Campbell says. They pre- ~~'---"-"~ ~r~ ~ That a claim for the lalbor ~er- II I| ' 1 I NEW TONI TRIO /ventthed seasefrm nfecungt e | , l formed and materials furmdmdl I mint plants by killing the fungus l I I)NB DISTflNC[ I I .'/ "'~' I co,stltutes a lien for whleh af- I *.- . I ftant is entitled to forfeiture of | N~ ~ I on or near the surface of the soil. ! ........... I = I title, b.y. his co-tenants# and that |. I At the same time, these sprays I NIIMRFRS [~ ~ t.~ me tota, amount due thereon le | I . =I ~ | II SuperToni-forha,d-,o-waveh~RegularTon{-frnrmalh~ir // control weeds. That means culti- WUI,IUL,I,O__ I Ill'~" :./,t~l~F $1126.53. II ' " I H R I "l I ~~~ | ration for weed control isn't lice* -' - - -- ,- - essary. Thus no new fungi are ! '"'"~::F I'~ln{ -~/'~.,~~ I [ brought to the surface from Mown:'.",':"~'~7.~'.',,",.~: L " SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN toILettmshow=ouhow=ou__l below to infect the plants. ,.i~,:,,,:"~~JJ,: h~I~!PI/.~ ~ before me thJs 17th day of Aprtl, | " " | i 1953 save money and ~egttard One of the toughest problems ' ........ _ I ; " w. ] . . I | Chore o/Toni r,~lh" $ 50 ~/~/:'~]F"~'~ I in rust control is finding a chem- i ""^'-'~'"^'~ ,~'"' .... '~ i I t, ] ~~ir / ~ Notary Public, in and for the State I your down-payment with I i =s/us tax ~~r~o~,~ I ical which wiI1 control the rusti ........ ~ ........ [ I |],I ~. .Date of first pub)featton April I a long term loan, I but which at the came time give ......... ~';~,', i ~ - "~ 30, 1953. 1 " 1 1 I|~~-- ~~ ~/~ |/ an off-odor or taste to the mint[ ,,,,~~': I If~/~'~l~/~'~~ ~" ",I u, au or w r, o,i or change ~ts color. Such con- l ......... ~" ';'~-'; I~//Fi/~4 ,--- o_ I I i- I " "" / taminated" oils don't brink as i .......... ! I m:DS ! ] Lawrence V.Wh,ffield I ]/ UL $0E* iEiN I:E ] much money. Out of some 30 corn-I .:^"'".'(" . , - i IglECTR|CAL ] ] REAL ESTATE--,NSURANOE' AIN pounds tested at the Station, two | v,,,,,~.~ , ,~:,,,I ~ I have shown enough promise so ' ...... '"'"- I : ! CONTRACTING II Phone 3782 or 2S91 I are,n ocond I I " I { of field trials. Information on I MONROE TRADING POST I1 , , / I these tests will be avaUable during " I . il BLASTING I the field day, say the two chem- ~~~Jt' { /////~f [ P~1one 3781 | ~ - " - " A -tome ow youz All persons interested in agm- ~ ~ . il ',~~~~ "- "$'~' 'b, ~;od* , ~.~..~ hair will be sun" " [" i cultural research are invited tshine*1 i on e,' ' ""--"-- " "'"" II I Day and Open House on Thurs- I,- -. ] day, July 23. Visitors may bring ~__ IlL ~.~.__ ~ A ~ ~.~ ~ { "PROM ,4h. 6a:aud3Ocs, z~ apicnic ]unchand spend the en- : ''' ''''-- "*'' . , [[~r0,,ew~ tire day at the Station. Field tours q~V~ ~ll~q~q~ ql~q~q~ t~M~'~ { I HOME PERMANENT ~ ~ I will start at 9:00 a.m. Sandwiches v { I NeedsN0 Neutralizer. ~ '!:-~"~'*:~:::":':~"'~.::'~ ........................... :::.:::::::.,... ........................ "'.,.:..:~,:~_ [" ~rlll be for sale by-a 4-H club. SI~V|C[ I$ FASTEST WHEN YOU CALL t ~ I ! MONROE : "' ~,^ will be available free of charge ' BY NUMBER I i so e~y: And Prom ,s ~j..~.~ TriM| ="H' ..... ~- I group and coffee and ice cream " " - -- I= gbeautifullyevery tlme,Uaranteed totake. CR E'Um CR'U'EME' , MONROE 4331--434S I Eagles To Meef You ll save t,me and get your party more , I FAST SAFE EFFICl :N I ~ ~ [~| SHAMPOO RINSE ~ I In Club Rooms quickly, if you make your long distance calls i tyF=~ of hair. ~., " " .... ] I -- by number. Keep-a list handy of the long dis- m , . /~ef, a~....~'::~:: ~]~tax ~,~,,z | Because of the burning of the "" ~" ~S0 , : .................... z. " Eagles and Auxiliary meeting hall tance telephone numbers most frequently called. I .......................... I recently, the organizations will Add to it, each time you call a new number. LOCAL mr-am I I tmld their meetings in their club LONG.DISTANC~ ........... Whenever you call, we the operator the num- I {',AMP RILE' ) I rooms until lurmer notice, ,yma - g -- Hauling -- -. Fessenden, Auxiliary Secretary, bet---and you'll avoid unnecessary delay. and E. V. Fessenden, Aerie Secre- [ Am Oar 51 mlty" I a woman a crime is On ......... P_HONE: M NROEO 33{1 SNOHOMISH 2444 I Phone 2231 Monroe / .e, .....d ... w,,, w.o..o , ,,,,,, ,.=,,,,, know if it's on Irtraight."~Adele iI$11~Ulll~ I~lillllll I 1 L . Moore. ..