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Pae Four THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washimgton Friday, August 12, 1927 *+++++ :. P-RSO00A, :. -+++ Mr. and Mrs. Ole Eckman and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stolp of Carnation, pic- nicked at Lake Roesiger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kincaid have moved into the house on Lewi.s street recently vacated by the Re,bert Lutz family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,Lutz are living in the Everett MacDougall house on Blakeley street. Mr. and Ms. James Leaper are now occupying the Bashor house on Lewis street, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kincaid. il Knoo p and Mr. Knbop in Everett and also enjoyed a delightful picnic with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cb/vistofersonib Knoops at ,Lake Stevens on Fri- end Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lind visited day. with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dahl at Pearson, Sunday and Monday. the ! tt ' ereMrSat H" Buss spent Sunday in Ev- Norman Wolfe is employed at : the Deyo and Benson homes. mill whi'ch has recently started oper- 5_qss Sophia Muller of Aldercrest tion near the Robinson lettuce farm. sanitarium, was the guest of her sis- Mrs. C. R. Gordon made a business 'or, Mis. Charles Kindle and Mrs. E. trip to Seattle Wednesday.  IF. CcveI1 on Wednesday. Berglund, Jim Johnson and John Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rockwell, wllo' Mrs. Alice Fro is the guest of Hamberg attended the meeting of the have been visiting at the home of her s'on Harold Frost and Mrs. Frost Vasa Lodge in Carnation that eve- their daughter, Mrs. C. H. Currie and this week. ning. Mr. Currie, left on Sunday for their I home in Los Angeles. The Curries Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Purdy attended Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Weddell of Gold accompanied them as far as Tacoma. the we,riding of Miss Lets Sherrard Be.'. were Sunday visitors at the home land IIarold Fankhauser at the Moth- cf Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kincaid. Arthur Bailey and Lee Osborn were odist church in Snohomish Tuesday Miss Doris Hewitt was a Seattle of the party of six who completed the l afternoon. eli.rob t "he summit of Mt. Rainier I visitor Tuesday. last week. Kenneth WaKers spent Wednesday Little Alma Dahl, dtaughter of evening in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. H. Keech and r. Mrs. Swan Johnson of Park Place, i and Mrs. Lawrence Keech and chil- ?,ft. and Mrs. E. W. Covell and little i home again after a delightful trip of dren picn.cked near Carnation Sun- da-ehter Harriet and Fred Sizelove several weeks spent in visiting rela- tives in various California cities. Guests from Monroe were Mrs. C. A. afternoon, at her home in Park Place. Lanning and Harriet Hinkle have McMickle, Mrs. C. W. Roben, Mrs. S. Her guests were Mrs. Victor Berg-lrented a cttage at Lundeen's, Lake B. Moore and Mrs. J. L. Brady. lurid, Mrs. Carl Donaldson and Mrs. Stevens, for this week. Jessie is on- Carl Hjertquist t joying her summer vacation and Mrs .... " . bacMkr " tdoMvna?a %eihrfua t are The John Dorgans returned to So- Jl?Sr,, l.,eade is taking her p.laee at ae wnle vamey sore aurlng n r weeks vacation, attle on Monday after a pleasant visit a t` ..... . .... at the home of Mrs. Dorgan s brothe- " Mr. and Mr, W C Srelssgurn ana ,. F  "f ........ "' ..... ....... ; . ...... vv. . trl im ana lvirs, tnlnn. Mr. ana lvirs Paul Graden of the lr. ano . L t'uray wltn tnerr W n r ..... : ..... farilies ;---  a- ot -' ",' ----,,- , . age l11ii Ulscric, are going con- , ., ,J.tucu au x,u.,.y ,.,w uuver Wiillams unaerwenE an op- r-tul,a - , . ,,_  _ , ,_     , .  . g  t bA 11 LHg tirtn Ol a uaugn- park bunuay, leraatton unaay rest, ne hay ms ton- te r weihin- 11 -ounds at th Gai ,  g p , e e ............ I s'ls removed, and was back on the hos-ital Rat-,-a-, A,,,,e a tvlr ana lvlrs arcnur agley anti - t . . o. . . . . . v , ..... a, ------ - ,---, " - .. " - . ,  . -; iJo- a one crecn casn-ana-carry score ilEl!e uaugnTer dane oi eclnloncl ! . ............ ' Wedrmsday morning. Miss Geraldine Donovan of Everett ,.a.ea ar the nome oI vtrs. w Louuen was a week end uest at the Dan i Wednesday. A daughter was born to Mr and Donovan ----'- g ....  -- vr  __ " . 1/O111 119. raJK flace. MI n ....... ' . rvrs am urtz o ,,verett on Wee- ' a a vlrs. 15 tl /secKmazl speng  ", .... ", ....  nesday, August 1O. Earl Kurtz for- x,alter Anderson and Gus Clarm 2Vellat Gays tnls weeK a tne home i ror]w -ae{laA "* Nr .......  ........ 1 .... onroe, returned to Monroe Friday evening of their daughter, Mrs. J. Alfred l after a pleasant week's motor trip in the Gray's Harbor country and olso day. Mrs. Elva Williams and daughter Harriet, were in Evere.& Tuesday. ss Myrtle Kruse rurned to Mon- roe with them for a visit of several days. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Righetti and family visited with friends in Sno- homish on Wednesday evening. Mrs. G. C. Downs' luncheon for the members of the Badoura club at ber summer home cn Lake Stevens Friday, was a deli'ghtful affair. attended a reunion of the Covell fam- ily at Lundeen's park, Lake Stevens, o.n Sunday. The Hubert Georg'e fami,ly have re- moved to Everett, where Mr. George is employed as salesman for the Nugent Chevrolet company. The Redgers fami!y, of the lettuce farm, lmve rented the George home in Park place. Mrs. August Nasn, ar; entertained at a very pretty tea on Wednesday []  /N3rmur/o.,v.  , I'00NNgYL00 Waer 4a are greate "" New Medical and Dental Building -- Everett, Wash. The Largest Business in the World What do you think it is? Steel? Bonds? No, ac- cording to very imposing statistics it is Home-making. In the United States alone there are over 25,000,000 homes -busily engaged in manufacturing human eontentment, and every worker in them has a, definite economic wirth to Society'. We are proud cf the fact that our Store is helping the executives of this enterprise--the housewives--run their business more intelligently. Our 882 store-buying resourees enable us to save every one of our customers a few cents a'day; a saving that soon adds into dollars and premits the purchasing of something thought unattainable, t The Mercantile Co. f "Your Grocery Store" - t. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Morgan plan to leave on Sunday on an aucomobile trip through the Peace river country in Canada and expect to be gone about six weeks. They will also visit old friends and look after business interests in tleir old home town, Grande Prairie, Alberta. E. C. Nc,rberg of Everett, called on Victor Berglund Friday and with Mr. Mrs. E. Kincaid. Mrs. Lavina Sprau Dori.s Uewitt, Miss Olive Kincaid and Ray Micheau attended the pioneers picnic at Utsalatdy Sunday. , Miss Blanche Sleighter, Milton Ken- nard. Mrs. E. M. Sleighter and Mrs. William Weaver motored to Mercer island Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Purdy made a pleasure trip to Seattle Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kindle, with Mr. and l,[rs., Charles Kindle, were busi- :'e,:s viit-rs in Everett on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Means and .,,_. and Mrs. C. J. Nixon enjoyeJ a )icnic outing" at Goodwin Sun- &:.. Mrs. Fred Haedorn and Mrs. C. W. Roben were Everett visitors on Tuesday. Mrs. Bert Carlson and baby are of Mrs. Carlscn's sister-in-law rrs. Roba,& Schlilaty and Mr. Schii- laty. 51r. and Mrs. R. J. Byron and little dau'hter Carolyn, motored to Mr. Vernon Saturday evening for a visit with Mr. Byron's sister, Mrs. H. F. Eberts, who is a patient in the Mr. Vernon hospital. Miss Velma Snell underwent an ap- pendix operation at the Gale hospital on Saturday last, and is reported to be dcing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. E. tI. Knapp of Se- attle, and Mrs. KnaDp's brother, Frank Denolf spent the week end in Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Culver as guests of the George Lawsons enjoyed the erchants' exposition in Seattle Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Perk Hall spent several days this week Mrs: W. Draper, who is camping at Lake Stevens. IIarry Denolf, Mrs. R. L. Wilson Mrs. Denolf and Denolf, all of D',va!l. with Mrs. A. W. Monroe, spent Sunday at Lake Goodwin. Mrs. E. W. IJoveI1 and little daughter, Harriet, with Mrs. Charles Kindle, accompanied Mr. Covell to Everett Monday mmning and spent the day with friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Camp and Mrs. H. J. Rosenzweig motored to Camp Sealth fcr a week end visit with their daughters, who are spending the sum- mer there. LIBBYS T into Oregon. They visited in Tacoma, Olympia, enjoyed the swimming at Pacific beach, and also spent some time in Aberdeen. The boys also found time t( vi, sit in Vancouver, crossing on the interstate bridge from Van- couver to Portland; went down al.cng the Columbia river highway to Hoo, River city, with various stops along the way. They report a splendid trip. Walter has retu.rned to his work with Dempsey Logging company at Ly- man, Miss ,Lily Anderson went with him for a few days' visit. E. L. Lloyd is cutting the grain on his ranch this week. WEliam L. Elledge of the Green Lake C, cngregational church, will preach in the Monroe Congregational church on Sunday morning, August 14, at 11 o'clock; Sunday school at 9:45. The George Waiters family are now residing- at 224 Lewis street, having rented their Sums street home to Mr. and Mrs. Mahaffey, who will take possession thereof about the fifteenth of this month. Mr. and Mrs. Everett MacDougall and two daughters picnicked at Lun- deens, Lake Stevens, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson, Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Kindle and L. H. Do!larhide attended the picnic of the Skagg's organization at Lincoln park, West Seattle, Sunday, August 7. The day was pleasantly spent in baseball, the competing teams composed cf the city and country managers, with the country managers winning both games, quoits, swimming arid like sports. An excellent picnic dinner was served at noon; a weir, or roast avd watermelon feast in the evening. The folks from Monroe returned home by way of .Lake W'ashington and en- joyed a dip in the lake at Sandy beach: Mrs. Harry Nelson took part in various races and took several ]ove!y prize for her skill therein. NACTO Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Payne enter- taine8 at dinner on Monday evening. E You r Fellow- townsman the GENERAL dealer The gallons of good gasoline that run through his green-and-white pumps are his stock in trade and they go to keep the wheels of your community turning. GENERAL IS SOLD BY CULVER SERVICE STATION MONROE, WASHINGTON We have added two new shoe lines, reasonably priced, quality and style combined. J. P. SMITH and COPELAND & RYDER MEN'S SHOES MAKING $i0 LOOK LIKE $16 Offer a man an immediate GAIN of 60 per cent on an investment and watch the light leap into his eyes. Buying shoes at THIS STORE is just as good a proposition. Reasonably priced from $7.50 to $9.00 CARL JACOBSON MONROE, WASHINGTON gill Pickles No. 2/:, can Finest Pickles percan 25c Can Openers The safe kind. Cuts the tops off smoo,thly from square, round or oval galls. 35c Each 00Fresh Fruils ORANGES, APPLES i' ; PF_CHES, PEARS ' CANTALOUPES WATERMELONS Appointments were places for Dr Cleaner and Spot-Re- and Mrs. M. Allison, Mr. and Mrs. mover, for dry cleaning W.S. Camp, Mr. andMrs. C.H. New Fall Coats at home. Currie, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Church, Per B0tte 30c Mr. and Mrs E H. Streissguth and the host and hostess , Dr. R. B. Bayne left on Thursday PICKLING CUCUMBERS This is a good time to make your cucumber pickles. A lot of them are :being grown here this year. Give us your order and have them freshly picked.. Vegetables GREEN BEANS TOMATOES, CELERY LETTUCE, BEETS CARROTS to attend the state conventi.on of the American National Silver Black Fox Breeders association in Tacoma. Ted Mathey and Louis McGinn re- turned on Saturday afternoon Lake Isabel, where they had been camping and fishing. Mr. and M'rs. Otto Hafner and Miss Marguerite McGladery f Mukilteo, were callers at the home of Mrs. Hafner's mother, Mrs. Mary Hafner, Friday evening. Miss Euphrasia Denolf and Mrs. R. L. Wilson spent the week end in Mon- roe guests of their sister, Mrs. A. W. Monroe. Mrs. Warren Dyke and daughter Orlene, visited friends in Hartfor on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Bound and children wero Duvall visitors Sun- day. The Misses Stella and Mabel Kiefer returned last week fvom the summer session of the Bellingham Normal and are now enjoying an outing in Distinctive in Style and Quality 0059.00o For nearly every occasion--fur-trimmed models employing Wool Velour, Cashmere, Broadcloth, Veloia, Velmodia, Newzeliaand boast- ing such favored trimmings as Fox, Wolf, Virginia Beaver, Caracul and Lynx. A most unusual group from three standpointsSTYLE, QUALITY and VALUE. In fact, the best we have presented for several seasons. Plan to see these lavely coats the next time you are in Everett you'll be delighted with them. ,GRAPES, APRICOTS CUCUMBERS British Columbia. , IIford, were recent guests at tDe Her- " - .I. l/man Steffen home ".If It Oome from Sth's It Mus*  n.,.,a,, II " N.W COATS -----'- --" '= " l/: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hill of Seattle, NOW ON DISPLAY _______ffj IILLOI'----- eI1 $ 11/ ,., I|we week end utts at the Guy  ' 1 l-lllono-x-- I|Streeter home and with Mr. and Mra gK'r[' . ,,,o [Streetev enjoyed a picnic outing t Sund-y. Colby auenue, Everett | Mrs. M. J. Lanning, Misses Jaie A COMPLETE SHOWING OF FUR COATS e