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Pa e Six By Hazel Armstrong Mrs. Sam Mann and Gordon, and Miss Charlotte Smith of Sno- homish went to Mount Vernon Friday to hear the Lacy Trio at Mount Vernon Nazarene ohurch. Mrs. Erle Thomas, Mrs. Melvin Armstrong and Ltnda, Detrus Bor- den, Diane Gourd, and Joann Hey- land went to Everett on business Friday. Mrs. Paul Graden and Jean left for California Monday morning to spend two weeks with Mrs. Gra- den's son and wife, Major and Mrs. Robert M. Cook and children, Ter- ry Ann and Candy. • Big Roomy Freezer Chestl • Speedy-cube ice trays! • Twin "Moisture Seal" Crispers . . . roomy, II shatter-proof' g Handy Door Shelves! • Rustproof, stainproof aluminum shelves! • Large capacity sliding meat tray! • Colonial Blue interior trim! 6124 Model KSC Illustrated Top Trade-in for Your Present Refrigerator You'll be amazed how much we'll allow you. Come see us and get a free appraisal today. No obligation, of course. Look at the f (even ~m ~ • trade-in) o]E~rtee shown le for 4eU~'7 ~ yam' ]ctte~ ms w/sh Flve-yesr Pr~maloa ~IJUL ~e and local Imxm extra. Prices and si~’I~. ~bJ,ee~ to el~]n&'e w'lM~om; nol;leL IT'S TIME TO TRADE FOR $, 95 Terms If Desired Phone 2266 Monroe i ~mmummm Mr. and Mrs. Louis Whltlaeh and son of Seattle visited at the Melvin Armstrong home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Armstrong have moved to Paulsbo where Mr. Armstrong has work at the Bangor Ammunition Depot. Mr. and Mrs. Erle Thomas, Don- ald and Sandra, Gloria Sherman, and Bob Hatton of Duvall droce over the pass and back last Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Web- ster drove to Seattle Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Cora Web- ster, and his sister, Mrs. Mabel Dutton. Mrs. Clarence Corey was in Se- attle Monday to visit her raugh- ter, just home from the hospital after an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Arrants and Curtis visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Arrants and David Arrants in Seattle Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Mann and Mrs. Wal- den Smith of Ilwaco were in Ever- ett on business Thursday of last week. ,rence Vacation Bible school ended June 17 and the program held that evening in the Country Mennonite church was greatly enjoyed by the capacity audience. Teachers and pupils were from both First Mennonite church, Monroe, and Country Mennonite. Mrs. Ray Waltner and Mrs. Don Emmert taught the beginners, with Mrs. Ray Albrecht assisting for three days. The primary children were instructed by Mrs. Homer Flick- inger and Mrs. George Kopper, the juniors by Mrs. Gus Zerger and Mrs. Jim Block, and the intermed- iate by Don Emmert. Joan Wall and Marlene Wall helped out with recreation and class work, The to- tal enrollment was 62, with an av- erage attendance of 50 and perfect attendance records for 32. Geraldine Peters, Dorothy Sch- Wartz, James, Alfred and Frances Stucky are among those attending Bible camp at Hall's Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ray of Lang- ley, B. C., visited relatives here last week. On ~unday they were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Green. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Erickson and family of Seattle, and Mrs. Ross W'itter and children of Brem- erton. EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY I I I • • • • • I El • • n • • • • • • • • • • • • • II "THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE" FROZEN FOODS, MEATS, PRODUCE and GROCERIES PHONE 2381 THE MONROE MONITOR Monroe, Wash., Thursday, June 25, 1953 GOLD BAR, June 25 -- Jan Ner- be who has been attending the University, visited his home here for a few days prior to leaving for a summer in Europe. Jan has been studying chemistry. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Paris form- erly of Gold Bar ~>ut now of Cali- fornia, were in town calling on friends recently. Bert Mann and his daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Reed of Los Angeles were recent overnight visitors of his sister, Mrs. Jack Erla~dsen. Wilfred Gregg, DOn McChesney and Paul Gustafson of Seattle cal- led at the Fred Gregg home en- route from Lake Isobel on Sun- day. Yvonne Gregg went home with her father after a week's stay with her grandparents here. Mr. and :Mrs. Andrew Bjerke- seth, their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mickle and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooley, all of Seattle spent Sunday at the ;Tack Erlandsen home. Mr. Bjerke- seth is the nephew of Mr. Er- landsen. Mrs. Lily Stuart was the hostess at a handkerchief shower honor- ing Mrs. Cora Osterholtz on Wed- nesday afternoon. ~everal games were played after which ice cream, cake, and coffee were serv- ed to Maxine Popps and son, Haz- el Stark and daughter, Grace For- rester, Lena Kuehl, Alice Sim- mons, Bessie Hanan, Lena Gregg, Veronica Wright, and the honored guest. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent playing games and v/s- Ring. The Charles Goodrich family left on Friday for a two weeks tour of Yellowstone Park in Wy- oming and other western states to the south. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Phelps of Seattle were weekend visitors at the Jack Erlandson home. Mrs. Stella Ness is home this week after two weeks visit at Ashford with her husband. While there they made a trip to Mt. Rainier. The Garden club meeting has been postponed a week, from July 3 to July 10. Mrs. Thea Spangler and children have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L,. Kirkland the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wren left Saturday for a 10 day vacation in southwestern Washington. They plan to do some fishing and clam digging. Raymond Carlson and family were weekend visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Carlson. Mrs. Sue Erlandsen, Mrs. Bes- sie Hanan, Mr. and Mrs. Oue Kuehl, and Mrs. Lena Gregg at- tended the rose show put on by the Sultan Garden club in the W. I. C. hall on Friday. Despite the poor weather, there were gorgeous displays of many varieties. A talk on roses by Jack Robinson was inspiring to the large crowd in attendence. Church of *he Nazarene Sunday School takes up at 9:45 a.m. and the pastor, Roy. W. M. Irwin, will speak at 11 a. m. and at 7:45 p. m. The Young People's Meeting takes up at 7 p. m. and the midweek prayer service is Wednesday at 8 p. m. The public is invited to attend these services. I ,i Loggers, Farmers, Workmen, Sportsmen! All Leather Suspenders --- Hand Made RACTIVE--Beautifully Constructed. DURABLE Lifetime Wear. Won't tear off buttons. COMFORTABLE--Won't tighten on your should- ers--any posture. The pictured pair good as new after four years ........ constant tough wear by ......farmer. MAIL ORDERS ONLY - $4.75 per pair, plus tax. Ir EDDIE'S HOLD-UPS Route 1, Box 314, Monroe, Washington Enclose check or money order to save postage and C.O.D. Fee. LADIES! Order a pair today for your men folks-- to end suspender purchases for good! Excellent For That Unusual Useful Much Appreciated Gift! q LYNNWOOD SULTAN EVERETT j, At various times, for various reasons, customers can't find time to call at our bank in person. But they can still come to our bank by MAIL. Mailed deposits are MONROE handled with the same promptness and ...... care as those made in person. Try bank- ing by mail---it's a great convenience. Write us for forms and banking-by-mail suggestions today. OHOMISH Monroe Branch OF EVERETT MEMeER F'EOERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Branch Offices in SNOHOMISH, MONROE, SULTAN and LYNNWOOD ..PROTECTION AGAINST RUST, CORROSION Phone 2266 Mon::e t '2 0 SICKS' SEATTLE BREW1NG ... I~LTINO ’0~ SeATTLe. C~ ~ A