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Monroe, Wash., Thursday, June 25, 1953 THE MONROE MONITOR Page Three By Linda Dayment GROTTO, June 24 -- Marlene Simmons, and Nancy Wagner of Skykomish, and Nancy Edgar at- tended the 27th annual Grand As- sembly for Rainbow Girls in Se- attle last week. Mrs. Dean Kel- SUMMER COMFORT AT ITS BEST They're as cool as they look. These Summer slippers, sandals of Mesh and Braided Straw. Styled in Blond and White Mesh with White Milam Straw Trim Only $3.95 WOVEN FLATS Our's Exclusive. All leather, Neolite Soles. Only $3.29 We Feature all Popular Styles in Keddetta and Sun Steps, na- tionally advertised at $3.95 to $5.95 Y FAMILY SHOE STORE MONROE log and her father, Mr. James Daniels motored to Seattle to bring Nancy Wagner and Marlene home from the assemlbly. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Heffele and RitZy drove to Renton Sun- day afternoon. On the way home they visited the zoo at Woodland Park. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Falkner and children shopped in Monroe, Thursday, while on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Philbriek and Mrs. Art Philbrick and daughters were Monroe shoppers. Mrs. James Halloran and chil- dren are spending the week at White Rock, British Columbia, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Baldwin vis- ited at the Frank Baldwin home last Sm~day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson and children spent the weekend at Chewelah, their former home town. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edgar and family and Mr. Ed Anderson of Everett visited in Marysville on Sunday. Homer Simmons and Gen e Swartwood of Skykomish went to Seattle and Everett last week, DANCE $ Friday, July 3 At Vain Hall Francis & Ok erlund DISTRIBUTORS Standard Oil Products Phone 2211 MONROE where they enlisted in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Art Phllbrick and children visited with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Falkner and family Saturday evening, and were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Philbrick. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams and children, Marlene Richards and Bud, and a friend, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Dayment and Linda spe~t Sunny at Lake Wenatchee. Mrs. Ed Schirman is visiting rel- atives at Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Spanjer and girls motored to Everett Saturday and spent the night at the home of Mrs. Spanjer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Holmes and boys motored to Tacoma to visit her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bangs. Florence Bangs returned with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smith were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Holmes for a week. Mrs. Smith is Mrs. Holmes' sis- ter. Fessendens Return From Lengthy Tour Index Woman Honored On 84th Birthday i'~. By Mrs. Chester Bradburn Thirty nine relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Burgstahler, Sunday, June 21 to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Burgstahler's mother, Mrs. Nettle Doolittle. It was Mrs. Doolittle's 84th birthday and those who cele- brated with her were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marxin, Mrs. June Lar- son and family of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Albee of Se- attle, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Finlay- son, Joe Anderson and son Mike of Kirkland, Tom Blair and Ter- ry, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Blair and son of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Ace Johnson, and son of Everett, Mrs. Stella ~an Vetchen of Carnation, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Burgstahler, and Mrs. Persia Ulrich. A group of young folks gathered at the home of Wesley Smith Sat- urday evening, Juno 13 to help Sue Smith celebrate her 15th birthday and Norman Carlson his 16th. Out of town guests were: Shirley Novak of Sultan, Miss , Mr. and Mrs. 9. V. Fessenden Donna Holden, Startup, Kenny and their son, Jerry, returned Hyde, Gold Bar, and the follow- early this week from a seventeen ing local guests: Paulette Sygi- day tour of the Southwest and twicz, Nancy Bass, Patty and e a s t to Blackwell, Oklahoma, Mickey Smith, Donald Momeny, where they visited the parents Gary Acton, Larry Gow, Nancy, of Mr. Fessenden. Judy, and Merry Ann Smith and Reporting that the hot weather the honored guests. Two birthday encountered along the way was a cakes, whipped jello, and punch welcome and healthful change, the were served. Fessendens said they visited such Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walley of notable spots as Carlsbad Car- Omaha, Nebraska who have been eras, the Grand Canyon, Reno and visiting relatives and friends in Salt Lake City. Graduate Accepts Engineering Position Carl Eugene Drugge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Druggee of Men- roe, recently graduated from the University of Washington, receiv- ing his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Carl has accepted a position with the Bor- don Company in the chemical di- vision of the Seattle plant. Start- ing to work July 1, he will be engaged in chemical engineering process development. Seattle, called on the Chester Bradburns Friday afternoon and are going to Coulee Dam and Yel- lowstone Park on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bjorn return- ed home Monday after a 10 day stay in the Monroe General hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lidell left Saturday for Mount Vernon. They will stay with their children for a short while. Mrs. Charles Ver Valen Jr. and girls left for their home at Bal- lard over the weekend. II Larry Gow left for Spokane Wednesday where he will visit his father. ' Mrs. J. E. Dayment and Mrs. Arnold Acton and children visited Mrs. Eriekson in Everett Tues- day. Those picking strawberries in Chuck McLean took a group of the older boys club members on a three day stay at Lake Wenat- chee. Laird S:trom of Everett is stay- ing at the Andy Strom home for a few weeks. A few of her friends helped Patricia Henry celebrate her 12th birthday on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Huber, Miss Leila Huber and Miss Sharon Ver- vynck of Seattle were Thursday and Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop. Mrs. Vic Anderson is seriously ill in the Monroe General hospi- tal. At the last meeting of the Sky- komish Boys' club, Norman Mc- Causland, Big Freestad and Claude Isackson were named as a com- mittee to supervise the remodel- ing of their club house. Chuck Mc- Lain was appointed liason man and Andy Strom as athletic direc~ tor. • :lq.~,uuo8 ueo--,',(IJe,o OO:l. u! S:I.OB ao~q0nep Joq J! SO!JdO/V~ oqN~ auo s! Jaq~,otu uJa,poLu V,, # A captive balloon is one which is moored to the ground. THE GIFT THAT ° ry CARLISLE SET 5 Diamond Engagement Ring ........ $150,00 6 Diamond Wedding Ring ............... $50,00 Guaranteed on All 4 Quality Paints I | COLOR • CUT • CLARITY • CARAT WEIGHT As Advertised ia life and/ook Sultan are: Sue, Judy, Merry Ann MONROE, WASH. and Nancy Smith, Paulette Sygi- PHONE 3477 .MONROE towizc,, and Raymond and Mrs. ~r;;~ Dale Barnett. ~"~ ~~. ,:::**~::~:.::~:::~:~ ~:~,~-~;*~~:~:::,., .............. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Yorkstrom of ~::::,.-=:i: .............. .::.:.=:::x., Everett and son Leonard and fam- ily of Tacoma called on old friends i last Saturday. They are former residents of Index. Mr. and Mrs. I~. L. Van Steen- berg were Everett business callers Friday. + Fox Presenting the sensational full rotary, gear-drlven Mr. and Mrs. James and son were guests at the Roy Pul- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wold spent Sunday at Darrington. Mrs. Ivart Flemming and chil- 20-YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE • AMERICAN.MADE BY AMERICAN CRAFTSMEN " dren of Seattle spent the past | ' , GENEROUS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE. LOW DOWN PAYMENTI E SY TERMSI week With her parents, Mr. and ~Vlrs. Joe Cellene. Mrs. Earl Smith returned home Wednesday from Everett where she has been helping Mrs. Hubert Rabbers to pack. The smoothest, quietest, easiest-to-usesewing action ever! LOOK AT THESE VALUE PACKED FEATURES! O ~hose attending the reception ( for Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bradburn at the W.I.C. club house in Sul- | tan, Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Oalvin Lord and Linda, Mrs. Emma Bradburn, Mrs. Dale Han-| old, Wesley Price and Mrs. Chest- er Bradburn. W Full Rotary ..... The finest stitching action known for sewing of all fabrics. Gear Drive ...... Gives a smooth, quiet, vibration free sewing, longer life. Tangle Free ..... No tangled bobbins, threads or skipped stitches. Forward & reverse. Sews in either direction at the flick of your finger. Thread Tension... Easy set dial for perfect sewing with any stitch length, no broken threads. Attachments .... Ruffle, plait, hem o things you never dreamed possible. Excitingly newl When you choose blonde oak, this contempory desk will bring to- day to your home, large sewing area, spac- ious drawers. Style 500. • A masterpiece of period furni- • ture l Available in 5-ply mahog- • any, veneer hand-rubbed to • glowing beauty. Fluted legs. Ac- • cessory rack inside door. Desk Callers at the Le Clair home J this week were Emmangard Pat- | ten and friends of Seattle, and l A1 Rabey, also of Seattle. Mae Holden, Freya Brodeck, { and Mary LeClair were luncheon guests of Alberta Anderson in Ev- erett Wednesday. After lunch they all motored to Marysville and cal- led on Mrs. Bid Killer who re- | turned with them and will be a guest of Mrs. Holder. Mrs. Killer ~- is a former Index resident. Mrs.I Moxley left for her homo in Downey, California, Wednesday after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Arensback, of Index and rel- atives in Everett. She was pleas- ed with our rainy weather, as no trip home seems complete with- out it. News Items By Florence Henry Those from Skykomish who at- tended the annual meeting of the Stevens Pass Highway association luncheon at the summit Friday, June I9, were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wagner, John Sarginson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cass, Mrs. Andy strom, Mrs. Edna Nelson, Dick Flynn, and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry. A very delicious luncheon of barbecued sahnon was enjoyed by more than one hundred mem- bers. Mrs. Les IUaodes is convalesc- ing in the Swedish hospital in SeattIe following surgery last week. Mrs. Charles Peppinger passed away enroute to the hospital last Monday night, June 22. • Beauty with economyl Simple • styling and fine finishing com- • bine to make a console table to • grace any setting. Mahogany O veneer. Door has accessory rack • inside. Style 300 $159.50 Style 626 $199.50 Devers' Insures your equity no cost to your Be protected on contract purchases. ---,mlmlm Phone 2266 , Monroe 0000000000000000 ••OeeeeeeeeOeeO• Open House To Honor Knoshaugs Sunday, June 28 open house will be held at the home of Gilbert and Clara Knoshaug in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. l~riends are invited to Join the family of Mr. and Mrs. Knoshaug in celebrating, with open house being held from 2:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon. LAST TIMES WED., JUNE 24TH at 8 P.M. 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Finest quality, heavy duty fab- ric re-inforced hose. Grooved outer design reduces harmful kinking. CHARCOAL GRILL Dandy portable grill broils per- fectly. 12 x 24-Inch fire pan, shielded. Grate re~noves for easy cleaning. Folds up to carry Folding Lawn Chair Steamer fold- ing lawn or porchchairs with g a y color canvas seats. A I I h a r d wood frame, glued dowel ˘ o n- struction, ROTARY Lawn Sprinkler $, Others at 35c This practical long- lasting rotary sprink- I e r covers large I a w n a r e a . All brass o o n - struction, pre- cision built. PiCNiC BASKET Makes picnicking easier and more fun. It is sturdy---made of woven reeds over hard-wood frame. CAR MOP $+ Really solves the car washing problem! Washes quickly, eas- ily, leaves no scratches. Attach- es' to hose coupling Bargain priced. " Were $2.25 .... NOW $1.95 (Heavy Weight) LIGHT WEIGHT BOWLS Were 3'0c .......... NOW 15c HARDWARE, INC. MONROE \