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o For Your Summer Reading Pleasure... TRI-VALLEY'S See Our Complete Une Of POCKET BOOKS MAGAZINES NEWSPAPERS TRI-VALLEY PHARHACY Monroe Shopping Center PYramid 4-5431 Local Briefs Neida Mosser of Willamina, Ore- gon, who is visiting her aunt, Jen- ny Tail, of Monroe, and Mrs. Tall, spent last weekend in Wenatchee attending the Morgan Horse Show. mm SHUFFLEBOARD ELIMINATIONS For an Evening of Fun Play Shuffleboard Elimina- tion Every Friday and Satur- day Nites, for Hams, Chick- ens. Lots of Action. No De- lay, Several Chances to Wtn, Two Long Boards. Logger's Inn Tavern SULTAN Game Dept. Cars To Be Marked As the result of a recent deci- sion of the Washington State Game Cam_mission, a majority of Game Department vehicles will soon be marked with a seal on the side, it was announced today by Direc- tor of the Game Department John A. Biggs. This is a major change in policy, but the Commission felt that the move is in the best interests of present - day game law enforce- ment. The increasing number of sportsmen afield and increasing comlexity of game and fish regu- lations has called for more em- phasis on preventive law enforce: ment. The Game Department will con- tinue to operate unmarked vehicles for use in situations where an un- marked car is more desirable, as in apprehension of confirmed poachers. It is the feeling of both the Com- mission and the Game Department that the use of marked cars will tend to make a more effective type of overall game law enforcement program. Local Briefs The Goodwill Truck will be in Monroe on July 27. Anyone hav- ing articles to donate please call Miss Florence Allyn, PYrmnid 4- 3336. July 21, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE THREE by Mary Getschmann Mrs. Luella Praeger oi Eureka, California visited her mother and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Teubner from Wednesday through Sunday. Saturday Mrs. Teubner and Mrs. Praeger visited Mrs. Cora Hillier in Everett. On Sunday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paschel in Snohomish. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bayer and children Gary and Debbie of Snohomish called at the Teubner home Sun- day to visit Luella also. Melvin Odegard of Everett vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Itenry Verlinde Thursday and enjoyed the day fish- GOLD BAR NUGGETS [ --- SYcamore 3-2755 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Weslie Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman are very pleased and happy now the redecorating has been com- pleted on their home. Waiter Badg- eft has done a beautiful job of painting inside and out. The out- side of the house is a lovely white trimmed in coral. Marvin was so proud of the house he got busy with his paint brush on the wood- shed where he did a beautiful job too. Still a little paint was left and with that rocking chair looking kinda bad. his paint brush went ,: , ing with David. Mr. Odegard is David's music teacher. -- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones of Man- eRE BRIDES Fiao SERVE U BUYS A  roe, Mr. andMrs. Ralph Wilson j . and daughter Nona of Artesia, Cali- fornia, and Mrs. Brumfield of Van- .m  couver, Washington called on Mr. SMART START I and Mrs" Newell Pickelsimer and ':  daughter Lisa Tuesday evening. Everyone enjoyed a nice visit and Marie served cake, coffee and ice cream. Mrs. Stuart Clancey has been Y i " I quite ill with the flu fr the past \\; PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., & SAT. - weeknow, but is up and around again m and Mrs. Doc Mann and "" JULY 21-22-23 RIGHT TO LIMIT. _ '  I family of hobart and J. D. Mann of Seattle visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erlandsen Sunday. NGE '--'" m Mrs" Flssie Muril f St" Je' um ORA Missouri arrived Monday to spend , a few days visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. co. mmmm DRINK I lumbus Fletcher" Mazie Mres tk her sister Mrs. Muril and her fa- ther, Mr. Fletcher to the Monroe SWIFT'S General Hospital one day to visit I the women's mother, Mrs. Fletch- 46 - oz PiREM I er Mrs Fletcher is slwly imprving TillS 39, I WESSON O'IL FOR SALADS and COOKING FULL OT, m x BETTY CROCKER Devil's, White - and Yellow 19-oz. "AMERICA'S FAVORITE" 40"-OZ. PACKAGE m WHOLE BODIED FRYERS ..- 39' ILl( CARNATION 8-QUART PACKAGE Oven-Baked BEANS 49' S & W, GIANT 55-OZ. TIN HUSTARD Washington Transparents ( Friends and Gold Bar neighbors have been enjoying cards from Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ness who are vis- iting in Bergen, Norway. The Ness- es report all travel there is done by boat. They are expected home the last of August or first of Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Frees of Seat- tle brought their children, Stevie and Terry to Gold Bar Friday eve- ning to visit Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Miskey. The Miskeys and the Frees children spent the weekend camping on Blewett Pass. Donna Simmons and children, Vicky, Bobby and Dougie of Marysville visited Donna's mother on her birthday Sunday. That eve- ning Mrs. Glenn Gruver, Dale, and the Simmons enjoyed an overnight picnic and weinie roast on the Sky river near Index. Clarence and Mary Getschmann and Joyce Geisdorf spent the week- end at Lake Isabel. leaving Fri- day afternoon. They drove as far as possible in their old G. I. truck and hiked the rest of the way, arriving just before dark. T h e y spent Saturday and early Sunday morning fishing and paddling a raft around the lake (caught a couple of fish and had lots of fun). They returned home about noon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Den McChesney of Seattle visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gregg Sunday after- noon and picked a few wild black- berries and black caps. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Clancey made a business trip to Seattle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell of Bremerton called on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thdmpson Sunday. It's pretty quiet and lonesome at Mrs. Gladys Banta's house since her daughter and children, Mrs. Margie Morehouse, Francis, Jim- my and Bobble and Miss Marilyn Frazier left Sunday for their home at Eureka, California. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chilstrom visited Mrs. Eva Anderson in Ev- erett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- there too. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon accompanied by Bill Martin shop- ped in Monroe Tuesday morning. The Langdons stopped by the C. Getschmanns on their way home and stayed for lunch. Richard McDaniel of Seattle spent the weekend visiting his cou- sin David Verlinde. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Simmons and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Williamsheen who have been vis- iting Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sin'Ins for the past week left for their home at Rockford Tuesday. Anita Dean of Monroe enjoyed a nice visit and dinner with Mr. " and Mrs. Carl Olsen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Clancey drove to Everett Tuesday so Mrs. Clancey could visit her doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon drove to Monroe Monday so Mr. Langdon could visit the doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly and Mrs. Lumn of Pateros stopped by to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann late Sunday afternoon on their way home. Mi's. Florence Gilmore of Seat- tle enjoyed a nice visit and dinner Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ace Gilmore. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gregg of Seattle brought daughter Yvonne to Gold Bar a week ago Sunday to spend part of her vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gregg. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson of Ren- ton arrived at the Marvin White- man home Sunday morning with a picnic dinner that everyone en- joyed in the Whiteman's yard. Joe Anderson and Den Scheuffer of Monroe stopped by the Getsch- manns Monday evening, after a fishing trip in the Wallace river. Mr. and Mrs. John Jarvi and son Mike of Kirkland called on the Gotschmanns Sunday afternoon. Doe Clark, formerly of Gold Bar and now of Bainbridge Island and Glenn Sales of Monroe visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whitean Mon- day afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getschmann Monday eve- ning. WELL CHILD CLINCI SET FOR THURSDAY, JULY 28 AT GOLD BAR SCHOOL The monthly well child clinic will be held at the Gold Bar school Thursday, July 23 irom 9 a.m. un- til 2:30 p.m. These clinics held on the fourth Thursday of eveery month are con- ducted by the Snohomish county health district and sponsored by the Gold Bar community club. Dr. Helen Cook is the physician in attendance, and the following volunteer their services at the clin- ic: Midge Garrett, Jerry Slereth, and Maxine Popps. MI?. ANA PHELPS IS BIRTHDAY RANT Marie Pickelsimer baked and decorated a beautiful birthday cake and accompanied Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Roy Kohler and Lynn Barns to the home of their mother, Mrs. Anna Phelps where they surprised her on her birthday with cake and coffee. The ladies enjoyed the after- Lynden Brand, Wash. Grown, Strictly fresh Pound Arm cut Pork Roast Blade cut  well trimmed PORK STEAK Pound 49, NALLEY'S, 20-OZ. s SURPRISE AD ITEM Ask AnyClerk Full, plump ears ch C ORN 4/29 Ripe Slicers Pound TOMATOES 20000s.29 Our own lean, fresh, well seasoned Pound PORK SAUSAGE 39 CUT BEETS 4,'49' LIBBY'S, 303 TINS Washington tender sweet . Pound Meaty, economical cuts " Pound PORK 00HOCKS i9 COOKmES 33' AS N.B.C. OREO'S, ll-OZ. S'UCE 1.. Cello u.s. No. 1 Washington IO-POUND5 D BACON 29'- RED POTATO.ES 49 | ' STUART'S MARKET P r,i c e- R i t e Quality Meat ,at a Savinp ....... PYramid 4-2341 WE DELIVER EVERY DAY PYramid 2351 PYramid 4-5700 PYramid .4.5700 mann were in Everett Tuesday and ,noon eating cake and visiting. Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Clancey and son Jimmy drove to Monroe Sun- day where they joined friends, Mr. Deadline Nears For and Mrs. Bob Hegewaid, children Goat Hunt Apphcants'" Bob Jr., Noreen, and a girlfriend to drive on to Canyon Creek near The Game Department today re- Snoqualmie where they spent the minded hunters that all applica- day and enjoyed a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eklebarger of Alderwood Manor called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erlandsen Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Glomstead of Seattld were dinner guests and vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Ace Gilmore Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein en- joyed an outing at Lake Stevens Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Gates. Gordon enjoyed swimming in the lake. Mrs. Dean Kell is real busy painting the inside of her house. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Sherrill drove to Drington Sunday where they enjoyed a nice visit and dinner with Clark's parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Sherrill. RoeY Bry visited Mr. and Mrs. John MeDaniel Sunday and enjoy- ed a very good dinner: Later she took her parents for a drive. Mrs. ,Walter Th0n/pson 'tOok her daughter Sandy to sit the dentist in Seattle ThursdaY. Strangers from Seattle clled at the Alvin Klein home Sunday after- noon to tell them that their daugh- ter Sharron who is working at Yel- lowstone national park waited on them and had a nice talk about the hme country. Mr. andMrs. Ray Jones of Ben- ton were Sunday dinner guests and tions for the 1960 meuntain goat hunt must be received by the Olympia office, 600 North Capitol Way, not later than 4:30 p.m. Au- gust 4. Local hunting and fishing license dealers have a copy of application instructions and a map of the hunt units fo the 1960 season. Persons applying for the hunt must desig- nate the unit in which they wish to hunt, as well as their name, address, and hunting license num- ber. The deadline for applications was moved up this year by the Game Department in order iimt persons Whose names are di'awn might be advisedlearlier, pr0'ld- hunting. Card of thanks:, We would like to extend our" heartfeltl thanks to eve7one for their help and kindness after the 10ss of our home by fire recey. R is impossible to name e that has helped, but we are gl'e- fulto all. Mr. and Mrs, Lorn Galbreth and family. Paid adv.