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Page Four , THE MONROE MONITOR---Monroe, Washington Friday, ffuly 31, 1925 nml I I ++.++++! PERSONAL +++ Misses Fae Herley and Bess Dwire, from Bellingham, were Monrog vis- itors last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wegley and their son, W. J. Wegley, made a visit in Everett, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cretney and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reardon made up an auto party to Granite Falls, Sunday last. J. Bruce Watson was stepping high in Seattle, Tuesday, with the rest ot the Monroe people who were attend- ing the Templar doings. Harley Schumacher, from Seattle, they returned to the ]cr Hoem home, near Monroe, last week-end. I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Button, from! Bellingham, were short time callers in Monroe, Sunday, on their way to and from Duvall, where they visited at the home of Ray&apos;s mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mercereau. Ray is doing splendidly in the book and stationery business in Bellingham. Dave Knight went down to Seattle, Tuesday morning, to be in on the L great doings to be witnessed .there t that day by thousands upon thou- I I sands of people from all over the! country, and was one of Seattle's biggest days of festivities. Mrs. Whit H. Clark, who for some I time has been in iowa, visiting at the bedside of her father, who has been was renewing old time acquaintances ill for a long time at his home in in Monroe over the week-end just West Branch, is expected to arrive tin Monroe Thursday or Friday even- past. I ing. Mrs. Clark has been east now Mrs. A. G. Ross and son, Lloyd, ' nearly three months. Mrs. C<:e Ford and Harold Bailey Springs and several points of inter-: est in the Puget Sound country. They are traveling with full camping equipment. Mrs. S. A. Soans, from Grandview, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. John Kindle, for a few weeks. Webster Augustine, after a visit of a week or ten days in London, is now in Belgium, landing at Antwerp a few days ago. Webster writes that he is well, and having a great kick out of his experiences of the past few weeks, during which time he has been constantly on the go. Webster, we understand', is not making this an entirely pleasure trip, an& has busi- ness plans in the carrying out mixed up with the tour. John Shannahan went down to the city by the sea to see the Templars in procession, and see the sights of that wonderful day generally, in Washingtn's metropolis. C. R. Gordon was one of the many the beauty spots of this vast region of scenic adornments not the handi- work of man. Miss Dorothea Knott, who for the past two weeks, has been visiting at the home of her brother, J. C. Knott. at Pullman, is expected home this evening or tomorrow. Henry Nieland and daughter, Miss Mayme Nieland, of Arlington, Minn., are expected to arrive in Monroe, Thursday evening, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. C. Streissguth, and expect to spend a few weeks with them. Mrs. Robert Fleming, her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rhoad, of Bend, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Layfette Stephens, Willie Fleming and Dr. C. H. Sell made a trip along the Sound for a day or two last week, with Birch Bay as their camping place. Whit H. Clark took a day off, Tues- day, and slipped down to Seattle to participate in the big show now on in mad'e up a party on an auto trip to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCulloch, for- from Monroe drawn into the vortex that city. Everett, Friday afternoon, i merly Tualco ranchers, later resi- of excitement, pageantry and the dents in Monroe, left last Friday for l sPectacular, enacted in Seattle, Tues- Paul Laizure arid Dr. Bortner, of d'ay. Sulton, left Monroe, Tuesday after- Sam Moore is again on the city their new home in Machias. The noon, to see what they could see in marshal's job, night shift, after a Monitor with the many friends of i John Hamberg cortinues to m- Seattle. two weeks' vacation which Sam spent this excellent family, regret exceed-i prove at home, and a few days will E to the very best advantage, i ingly their departure from here, and i find him at his place of business once Miss Alice McEvoy has been chos- Mrs. Lane. and her sister, Miss Tel- wish them abundance of many good more, where much work is accumu-t en as one of the teaching staff of inn Mercer, of Seattle, were visitors things in Machias, which place was last week at the home of their par- their home before coming here, for i lating for him to do. ingthe schooISkykomishyear.SChlSMiss McEvoyfr the iscm-an ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mercer, a long time. Mrs. I. E. Taylor, while confined to alumnus of the Skykomish high I daughter, ' mess Park Place, Monroe. E. Milton Stephens was a bus" !her bed a good share of the time, is school, from which she carried away i Mrs. A. E. 'Kelley and caller in Everett, Friday. Mr. Steph-I able to make little auto trips to town l a splendid record as a student, and i][[ Beth, of SeaLtlc, and Mrs. C. L. Props ens is becoming recognized in the and back, is feehng quite comfortable' later in college at Seattle did some ill[ and daughter, Ruth, of Snohomish county seat city as the oil king, and and will, we hope, continue to grow fine finishing" to that store of know-[[[ were week-end "wsltors" " at the home the Monitor is just wondering howl better, day by d'ay. oldledge'homeTtownbe calledi quitet ateaChcomplimentm the I[U[[[ our mutual friend, John D., takes l William Guy Riley, Stephen H. to this young woman, who we believe of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kelley. such an infringement on what he long! Boss and Allen Campbell had a great will continue to render a good ac- thought was an undisputed right of his to such a title. Folks around here feel certain that John D. has lost out in this matter, however. Mr. and Mrs. George Main and Mr. and Mrs. James Parker, and their families, two well-filled auto loads of humanity, and picnic supplies, mot- ored to Seattle, Sunday, where they spent the day sightseeing and attend'- ing the special attractions of the dog show and the sportsman's show, which they report very interesting, especially so to sportsmen such as George and James. Ernest Phillips is employed tem- porarily by the Mercantile Co., dur- ing the vacation periods which are ,now on. Ernest goes back to Pullman next school year. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Delaney, their children, Edna, lice and Russell; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Carl, and' Mrs. John Delaney, and daughter Mary, all of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived in Monroe, Sunday last, at noon, on a northern tour. The ladies are sisters of Mr. George Herley, of this city. They left for British Columbia Tues- day. accompanied by Mr. Herley, and expect to be in the domain of the king a few d'ays. They will return tel Monroe, make trips to Sol Duc' time in the wilds of the Sultan Basin region last week, and were piloted by a Mr. White, of Sultan, thru this jungleland. The party botanized, fished and fed on the best in the land while out, returning to Monroe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brown, accom- panied by their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Powers, of Kansas City, made a flying trip to Wenatchee last week. 'Twas a great lift for those Missouri- ans, 30 miles an hour over the Cas- cade mountains, up hill and down on high. Ms. Mervin MacDougall and daughters have been suending the past week or ten days visiting rela- tives in Tacoma. Mervin went down to Seattle, Tuesday, to meet them, and' help them see the big pageant abroad in that city this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sprau and Merle set out for Seattle bright and early Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. George Streissguth, from Minneapolis, arrived Wednesday in Seattle, via the Canadian Pacific, and expect to visit there and in Mon- roe for the coming few weeks, dur- ing which time W. C. and E. H., of this city will pilot them around about Robert Bennett, of Index, was in town over the week-end. Bob expects to make a trip to Portland very soon, where he intends spending a week or ten days. Mrs. Win. Badtke and her daugh- ter, Pearl with Mrs. Walsh and her: daughter, Hester, spent a day or I two last week in Carnation, visiting! at the home of Mrs. H. J. Court. t Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gill were vis-/ itors at Aldercrest sanitorium, Fri-I day, where a neohew of Mr. Gill's I has been ill for some little time.! They make frequent visits there. C. L. Newcomb was one of the many in the human swim in Seattle, Sunday. Nothing but a very strong 2esire could' have prevailed upon Charles to leave his post of duty at this time of year. Mr. and Mrs. August iHolmquist, Mesdames George and Fred Hage- dorn, Mr. ard Mrs. Cl.yde McGee were passengers on the eight o'clock stage for Seattle, to see the Templar par- ade, Tuesday. I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Buck and fam-] ily are again in this section of Wash- ington, rounding their summer vaca- tion. Recently they were on an auto tour of British Columbia, from where The Mercantile Co. YOUR GROCERY STORE Specials for the Week Au00.3 to Au00. 8 TUESDAY S&W MONDAY S&W counting of herself. Mrs. O. E. Williams, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. G. B. Kennedy, of Cak Horbar, have been visiting dur- ing the past week or ten days at Astoria, Oregon, at the homes of sis- ters of theirs, who reside in that city. They are expected in Monroe for the week-end just at hand. The Misses Wilma and Georgie Fisher, of Portland, Ore., are here for a week or two, visiting at the home of their uncle, O. W. Williams. Carl Lindahl and W. E. Jaderholm well known insurance men of Everett former Monroe citizens, were Monroe callers, Monday. These men have: made good in the life insurance game, which is a very meritorious business to engage in. A grand dance is scheduled for the Grange Hall, Monroe, August 8, to be given under the auspices of the Presevere club. Two things assured, a good time and good music to help in its making. Mrs. Rose Tanquary returned Mon- day. frem a ten days' outing spent in the Olympics, principally in the re- gion of Sol Duc hot o,oprings, at Hoh Lake, at Olympic hot springs, scaled Mt. Olympus, and had a grand time generally. Mrs. E. C. Newell was at the sum- mer home of Mrs. A. Kick, of Ev- erett, Sandy Point, Whidby Island, from Frid'ay until Sunday afternoon; one of many ladies from Everett, who were guests at that home. Mrs. Harry Lillemoen and the chil- dren, who were for the past ten days visiting friends in Seattle, came home Thursday evening, and report having had a very-fine time. Dr. and' Mrs. P. P. Cooley were among the many who saw the great pageant, "The wayfarer," at the Uni- versity stadium last Monday evening. Marvelously grand is the way they describe this wonderful story of the pilgrims' progress. Mrs. Fletcher, from the Wagner community, is this week in Seattle, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin. Mrs. Frank M. Wilson is spending the week in Seattle, with relatives WEDNESDAY .o. friends. Mrs. E. T. Bascom and daughter, Margaret, and Eileen Camp were S & W camping at /Lake Stevens all last week, returning home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Camp, daughter To Sa Ja Eileen, and Mrs. W. S. Fletcher, made mate uce ms Bantam or S & W up an auto party to Seattle, Monday Spanish Style Apncot,'P1w00, or ,mo White Corn and Tuesday. apple---10 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crow, Mr. and net, , inl'o IT? 49C Mrs. Ef E. Johnston were Seattle 26ol 980/4 for . visitors Tuesday. 4 for... 5 for , Mrs. C.L. Newcomb and niece, Eu- " " " nice Guyot, made a visit in Seattle, T" A-Y IS-AT0000 Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Rhode, daughter, BetXy, an son, Jack, from Bend,: Oregon, are visiting Mrs. Rhode's mother, Mrs. Fleming, in Monroe. S & W S & W ' - - Mrs. Trotter and son, Joyee, were 'u'ar . Seattle, Tuesday, seeing the sights Solid Pack Sliced tkatand day.there was much to see there E. V. Kain was a Monroe visitor Tomatoes Peaches 00uoa00, Dr. Zaremba put in a rather stren- in No. 11/4 Tins in No. 1 Tins uous day in Seattle, seeing all he 16 $1 could of the Templars' doings, at- tending the Sportsmen's show, and: 3 for 390 3 for 590 lb f finishing upwith"TheWayfarer"in . . . . . s. or the evening, Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Meltz, from Big Sandy, Montana, has been in the city for a ANNING'S COFFEE few .days, making a visit with her M mother, Mrs. Kitty Jones. Mrs. Meltz expects to leave Monday ezen- ing for home. Mr. and Mrs. George Lyons and children spent the last week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foster, "If It Comes From Streissguth's It Must Be Good" at Lake Samamish. Sisters Leonia ancl Anna Mary, of the Sisterhood of St. Joseph, located at Bellingham, on their way home Both Phones 3 1 1 Both Phones from avisitattheirhouseinPort- --:. -:- land, Oregon, were Monroe visitors, Wednesday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Bennett. Sister Leonia is "., - 2 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett. Miss Edith Clark, from Toppenish, is coming to Monroe to spend a month or so with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hall, and will arrive tomorrow evening from Seattle. Vernon B. Johnson, high school teacher here last year, was in town one day this week on his way from Everett, his home, to Selah, to look after his father's ranch in the vicin- ity of that place. Miss Ellen Olson is away spending her vacation from her duties in the Monroe National bank. Miss Olson, accompanied by her friend, Miss Gar- net Kager of Sultan, is out on a trip as far north as Skagaway, Alaska, and which the Monitor hopes they will very fully enjoy. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Buck and daugh- ters, Florence and EIoise, Mr. Ed Hoem and daughter, Evelyn, and Miss Mildred Treadwell spent last week in Victoria, Vancouver, and other B. C. points. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hazelton and daughter spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ackerman. Mr. Hazelton is now located at Venice, Cal., and' is touring this country via auto. L. G. Lindgren and wife and family of Spokane, are visiting with Mrs. ! Lindgren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mannsehreck. Mr. Lindgren is in the printing business in Spokane. The trip from Spokane to Monroe was made over Stevens Pass. lrs. Jessie Collins, of Portland, Oregon, and Miss Mamie Delaney, of Tacoma, are visiting with relatives and friends in Monroe, for a few days. Misses Orlena Young, Maryon Beck- man were Everett visitors Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, guests of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith and Miss Lillian Stevens and Joe Herley re- turned Saturday evening from a week spent at Cottonwood Beach, north of Bellingham. E. H. Swanson and family were Seattle visitors on Tuesday, taking in the K. T. parade. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Laizure and Dr. and Mrs. Bortner, of Sultan, spent Tuesday in Seattle, taking in the K. T. parade and "The Wayfarer." J. W. Agustine was a business caller in Seattle, Tuesday. Boyd French and Harry Nelson 'have severed business connections with the Monroe Motors. Mr. French will go to Seattle and Harry has ac- cepted a position with the Hudler Motor Go., of Everett. One Way to Make the Most of Your Vacation Whether you travel, camp, swim or motor during your vacation--your holidays will not be a com- plete success unless you have the conffort and assurance of cool, Fashion Right, becoming cos- tumes for all your play time needs. Choosing your apparel is an economy, as well as satisfaction, with the Smart Styles, Large Assort- 'ments and Low Prices now offered during Chaffee's Clearance Sale. . Specials for August Vacationers Priced for Clearance Better Frocks Greatly Reduced Plain and Printed Silk Dresses ...... $6.75-$8.75-$10.75 Summer frocks for street and party wear ........ $12,.75 Prints--many in large sizes .................................. $15.00 Vacation frocks in fluffy styles ........................ $19.50 Best Quality Silk Dresses .................................... $29.50 Clearance Sale Coat Values Good uality Misses' and Juniors' Coats ........ $7.50 Smart tailored coats .............................................. $10.00 Sports Models .......................................................... $15.00 Charmeen and New tailored coats ...................... $19.50 Exceptional Values in dress coats .................... $25.00 All Better dress coats ............................................ $35.00 Right Now Clearance Specials Are at Their Height Choose Soon to Get Best Values I EVERETT, WASH. B