Newspaper Archive of
Monroe Historical Society
Monroe, Washington
June 25, 1953     Monroe Historical Society
PAGE 4     (4 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 4     (4 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 25, 1953
 

Newspaper Archive of Monroe Historical Society produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page Four THE. MONROE BUYER'S GLqDE, MONROE, WASHINGTON Wednesday, June 24, 1953 News By Darlene & Marlene Holdridge " RING, June 22--Commander Raspberry Growers Field Trip Tomorrow Raspberry growers in this area are reminded that the field trip scheduled for them will be held of the Spirit. Are they essential for preparing to meet God? Sun- day evening will be an evangelis- tic service. Young peoples service is Friday night with Darline bringing a sermonette. Our Northwest Camp PLANNING BUILDING (Continued from Page 1) home in Park Place. Gruenfeld said that the propos- ed site of the company's new building is on the Stevens Pass Pocahontas Plan Special Mee÷ There will be a special meeting of the officers of Ktoshe Turn- Turn Council, No. 53 of Poeahon- Included among the young peo- ple attending camp at Hall's Lake this week are Donald and Alice McCrorey, LaVon Kopper, Sharian Schwartz, Ronnie Schwartz, Lou- elm Gerber and Reynold Senner. Babies born this week at Mon- roe General hospital are Patricia May Batton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Button Jr. of Carna- tion, born July 17, and Roland James Vegt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vander Vegt, Duvall, born June 19. ~'idge of the V.F.W. at Gold eports that there will be a • Patrolman at the Gold Bar June 29, at 10 a.m., to talk : :]dren about their bicycles. :ost plans to give fluorescent ~o all the children from ") to Skykomish for their s. The Skykomish school !l stop for this on their way :wimming lessons, but don't -'our bicycles as the tape will be given out later. Mrs. W. A. Williams went to Se- attic Sunday where she will attend the Rebekah Assembly meeting until Wednesday evening. tomorrow (Friday, June 27), at .Meetingbegins Saturday night, Highway on the north side just tas on Tuesday evening, June 30 12 o'clock noon. west of the Great Northern Rail-at the home of Mrs. Lee Sapp, A number of farms will be in- June 27 and lasts through July road Co. yards. Buildings will be 117 South Ann Street• All me•- [: 12, at the SilverLake camp constructed to house Weyerhaeu- bers are invited to attend, l~ f : :::: :~ :: ~!:~ !~,~~ r ......... cluded in the tour, following which grounds, set fire fighting apparatus and ~_# ........ will be a period of discussion of Everyone is welcome to all serv- field equipment, and offices for the various problems confrontingices. /~ LOCAL BRIEFS local growers. All raspberry grow- the foresters.' ers are welcome:o attend. Rural Family Repom Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.~..~ ~' ~"~== j !ili[t i::! Va,e Me FIRE INVESTIGATION George Butler were Mr. and Mrs. ~72~ ";;MS~'~ 1 I y 4-H e fs Home Looted of Goods (Continued from Page I) James Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Char- -- ~,m: The lower Snoqualm'e Valley 4- Police officers were informed tures from the old Lewis Street les Boucher and Mr. and Mrs. ,I i H Dairy club met at the home of this week that the farm home of Post Office. Steele, all of Seattle. Clarence Davies on June 15. Mr. and Mrs. John Verral, loeat-In spite of poor weather, hun- Mrs. Corn Walters had a visit Arlene Fay made a report on ed on the High Rock road, was dreds of spectators lined Lewis from her daughter and son-in-law, her trip to the State 4-H camp broken into late last week with street and surrounding buildingsMr. and Mrs. Floyd tester of Ever- at Pullman, Washington. between $50 and $75 worth of to watch the efforts of firemen,ett, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Balkwell returned home Sunday evening from their vacation spent in ~fontana visiting Mr. Balkwell's relatives. Mr. Balkwell's aunt, ~irs. Viola Balkwell, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. R. Butts of Se- attle spent Saturday and Sunday at the Art Piper home. Tom Windham is home for two weeks while the logging camp is shut down. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Willey of Lake City visited friends in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Denny of Index and Nels Johnson of Seat- tle were dinner guests at the Leonard Holdrldge home Friday evening. Mrs. Barney Claggett spent the week end with Mr. Piper's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Quinn, at Lake Desire. Those from Baring who attend- ed the Rebekah meeting in Index Thursday evening were Mesdames Williams, McCrea, Cunningham, Blaine, Falkner and Holdridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams of Seattle culled on the It. T~ Hold- ridges Sunday. Mrs. R. T,. Hold- ridge spent the week end in Sul- tan helping to care for her father, George Cuss. The next meeting will be at the Carnation Farm, where the group will practice judging cattle. MONROE CUT-OFF (Continued from Page 1) to rest in plans for construction of tolI roads, and more careful study of the needs for the future. As his parting words, Bugge said, "'I feel that the state of Washington is on the threshold of a great development. Investment people in the east have their eyes on the Pacific Northwest. Develop goods stolen. The Verral family reports that a variety of odds and ends, includ- ing opera glasses, an electric erasure, pocket knife, a plaid stool, three small lamps, a foot- stool, blue casserole and a folder containing place mats, were tak- en. The folder containing place mats is inscribed with the name of the owner. Varrel claims that their home was entered via the removal of a window. The window is also miss- ing. our highways, and we can't fail!" Too La÷e fo Classify District Engineer Mark Forgy, during brief remarks, enlarged a ~l with 1"0' 6" angle dozer, $1500. Write little on the department's plans for a Monroe-Bothell cutoff. He said that his office in Seattle is presently studying the recent aer- ial survey of the proposed route, preparatory to presentation to the highway commission and th@ leg- islature when they meet in. 1955 for approval and appropriation. Evangel Tabernacle Last week concluded our daily vacation Bible School which all the children enjoyed. Sunday at 10 a. m. Rev. Lilly will be speaking on the Fruits Haydock & Crumpler, Box 141, Skykomish. 20-1t* FOR SALE--Equity in three bed- room house on one-half acre land, 2 miles west of Sultan. New pump, stationary tubs, modern kitchen wired for elec- tric range. Immediate posses- sion and contract ear be as- sumed at low interest. Contact Mrs. G. E. Schmeltzer on lower Monroe road or call 339g Sul- tan. 20-tfc HAVE room for four men and two: women• at McCormick rest home.: 20-3tc I will not be responsible for debts other than my own. 20-3tc SANIE MAY BEATH. ONLY Uses ordinary tap water. Will not plug. WITHOUT SPRINKLING ! • CLOTHS. y% ,, l i O EXCLUSIVE VAPO MISER USES PLAIN TAP WATER . ,zoHT-w=zons o.,.Y Po,Sns [ J VAPOR-S:rEAM IRONI Try the modem! easy PXI TO way for 30 day,, ,, It you don't R'S th, greatest Steam-or=dry Iron evi invented; get ,y.u= 7"{;p =o..r b,a, " how your Ironing ,,itho.= = at \ I I I | thout ,p kllng and zotlin8, fill" il i | wa w,,, ,,completelTaUmn d=,i,mv lJ V~ COMPLETE STOCK OF PRESTO PARTS nroe at / Scotch Treat Brand. A special purchase has made this exceptional value possible. Garden - f r e s h sweet and tender. Now is the time to stock your freezer. 19 OZ. ..... i I BEL-AIR FROZEN Enjoy fresh lemonade without squeezing lem- onl~ Try this frozen lemonade in the new 12oz. can. 6 oz. Cans # ' 12 oz. Can ,¢ Highway Whole Kernel. Tender and Sweet. A Real Treat Soft, Safe and Dependable. A Leader in Quality and Value m • • • • m Directions for 12 Delicious Bakings on Package. Save Time and Work • m • • • [] Van Camp's. Wonderful for Picnics. Ideal for Lunches [] Win a Portable Radio. Enter the Edwards Cof- Fee "Safe Driving" Contest. Get details at Your Safeway. Chet's Frozen. Ready to Pop in Oven and Bake in Its Metal Plate • • | • • I 1 [.]3. CAN '7([~ ~ d I Snow Star. Strawberry, char., vanilla WT. coueo ....................... .0¢. Peach Souffle' Sala cast,e Crest S.ced. For Sa,adIi Ice Cream ...... Half Gal. 75c VALUABLE COUPON Cling Pe=ches 2Vz Can 29cI LaLani crushed. Ideal topping for ¢ Best Foods Mayonna,se 6s=I ON EDWARDS COFFEE o.o i. This Dl.ere.t, Easy Sou.Ie I I~1 Good on your purchase of a one.pound IN . QUART I NI ca. or larger when presented at your Pmedmont Mayonnaise ..49c, It's Iced Tea Time. Get, at half pricer' PAl Safeway Store. " Iced Tea Spoon~ for $1.00 with NI LIMIT: One coupon to customer. Offer IPA Use Lime F,avor to Be Sure of Success I C..terbury box top. Ir l Not ood After JUly 4th. NI oz. PACKAGE I Cash value of 1/20th cent. I~ Jell Well Gelat,ne 7"'3122=I USE PARADE MONEY ! ..... Save 80 on your next purchase of Giant :[~ Parade, 40 on Large Size. California ShaRer, U. S. No. 1. Washed bright =rod clean. Large Size Giant Size Finest quality,. ¢ ¢ ¢ Luscious red-ripe Klondykes. Ideal for picnios and parties Cut Melons lb. 5~c • U. S. "Choice" or "Good." Tender and Juicy. An inexpensive out. Large Solid Heads. Excellent quality [] • • U, S. "Choice" or "Good." For a Quick Meal • • • • • Ueal RI~ Chops.... DRY ONIONS ! CAULIFLOWER yea, "Choice" or 'Good.,, Serve Breaded M,ild, large, Sweet Spanish, fine'Creamy white heads. First of the Ide for slicing. ~ local Spring crop. Sh0u r Steaks . . 50 Ibs. $1.79 U.S. "Choice' or 'Good." Breast or Neck Cuts ] L Lb" 4' ) tb 12' Ueal Slew Meat [] • • • • S L I C E D I S N O W ' S Veal Choice or Good, Easy to Carve. Veal Rump or Mushrooms J CornChowder ~lb. B in B. Buy 2 cans and receive I Condensed, truly delicious at .o e,,tr, cost I chowder. Everyone likes it. BEEF BUYS ) LUNCH MEAT 30Z " 15 OZ. c,,..:............ 3/6 6¢ I c........................ 21¢ Bee' Pot Roast .......... lb. 4"c ~Oli e, Pickle & Pimento, Beef Rib Steaks ........ lb. 63c Head Cheese, Bologna, and Coupon Worth 5c on Purchase of 1 Large Package Sirloin Steak .............. lb. 63c Veal Loaf. Corned Beef ............ lb. 55c ¢ POUND 47c mvoe, FLAKES:,)20ZmI'kl i. orteni.g. For All Cooking and Baking Coupon Worth 10c on I Giant S" g IIOWIIRIFT... I~. ogz POWDER.. 510z, I%1. ,0, Cooking, Baking. Mild Flavor • WESS()II )IL . . . . Worth" 8c on 2 Bath Size or 3 Regular Size CAltlAlf SOAP.. Reg. Braze ~ ,,o Foaming Action Cleanser Coupon Worth 10c on Purchase of 1 Giant or 2 Large Tide • I • Sunshine. Tiny cheese craokers CEIEEZITS ..6 oz. Pkg. 19c Ostrom. Pieces and Stems MUSHROOMS 4 oz Can 31c Nalley's Quick.meal Dish CAN Spaghetti & Meat 15 oz. 23c Aerowax. Eaw to use, LIQUID WAX ..Qt. Can 59c Soft, Pure, High Quality Comfort Tissue .... Roll 4/37¢ Colored, Distinctive Bathroom Zee Tksue .......... Roll 4/33c Convenient, practical, economicul Zee ToweLs ........ Roll 2/37c 8ave Linens and Laundry Zee Napkim Pk. of 80 2/25c Cheer. For Clothes and Hands ¢ m • • Prices effective Friday and Saturday, June 26th and 27th in Monroe and Snohomish. No Sales To Dealers.