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Flday, August 12, 1927 THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Five t w I t q+++++ + PERSONAL 4, Mrs. W. C. Fowler and children of New Castle, Wyoming, are making a lengthy visit at the home of her par- eats Mr. and Mrs. W J. Cummings and her brothers. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Hixsou drove to Bellingham Monday, taking Miss Ellen Burgess to her kome in that city. Tkey returned Tuesday. Mrs. William Devdtt, of Vancouver, B. C., arrived in town on Wednesday evening for a week-end visit at the home of her brother, Harry Bayly and Mrs. Bayly. Mrs. R. L. Billings and dr.ughter, Jane, left on Wedncsday for their home in Mount Vernon. M:,. Billings has been in that city cr tke past wek. Margierite Pfeiffer accom- panied them for a visit. Attending the B.doura club picnic at Williams park, Lake Stevens, Wed- nesday afternoon and evening were Mr. and IV[rs. R. V. Greene and Miss :Marguerite Li'llemoen, Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Roben, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Newell and their house guest, G. C. Heedless of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brady. Mrs. Laving Sprau, Mrs. Hattie Sprau, Mns. E. P. Shipp and he;" house guests, Mrs. Viola Gil!igan an d san, George, Roy Sprau and Charles Sprau of Snohomish enjoyed a de- lio.htful outing at Mount Rainier park the first of the week. I Monroe on Saturday from a two month's visit at the Dollarhide home in Po Angeles. The Dollarhide's are now occupying Mrs. Hafner's house on Sams street. Little Vivian Dollarhide lemained in Port Angeles foe the coming school year. R. A. Williams of Seattle, called at the home of his brother, 0. E. Wil- liams and Mrs. Willi.ams Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cromwell, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Newell, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brady an6 G. L. Heedless of Seattle, house guests of the Newells' picnicked on Woods creek Sunday. Miss Sadie Chapin spent the day in Everett Monday. Mr. arLd Mrs. H. S. Church and their house guest, Miss Tabor, with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ghormley, pic- nicked on the W. E. Best farm, Pine lake, Sunday. I Miss Marjorie Davidson and Harry Rountree of Everett, witl Mr. and iMrs. E. H. Streissguth, were dinner I guests at the Whir H. Clark home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clark attended the wedding of Mi.ss David- son and Mr. Rountree in Everett Mon- day evening. Mrs. Guy Streeter and daughter, Miss Geraldine,, called on Everett friends Tuesday. Mrs. Phil Hiekman and daughter, Miss Vivian, with Miss Dorothy Spoon, spent the day in Everett Wed- , nesdag'. Mr. ad Mrs. F. K. Swan were in !Seattle Tuesday. Mrs. R. L. Kelley attended the] opera "Aida" at the university sta- Amon Monroe people to enjoy the dium in Seattle Tuesday eveni'ng, opening night of the opera "Aida" at the Univer dty stadium, Seattle, Tues- Roy W. Jell[son left en Thursday idav. were Mr.. and Mrs. E. H. Streiss- lnorninR' to attend the rifle shoot at i:uth, Mrs. Margaret Moore and Miss Camp Lewis. Frences Moore and Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. William Shay and IIH" Clark. li.ttle .dau.a'hter, Phyllis of Sultan, ] Miss Alice Ren was the guest of ::pent Sunday with Mrs. Jessie Meade. iMiss Alice Ludwig on Wednesday. 'I Miss Elsa Thompson returned to Mrs. J. I. Hopper and children were hfonroe Friday evenino, hem a motor uests of Mr. and Mr';. Joe Pesch at trip with her mother and brother, the Limls club picnie at Lund,eens Mrs. H. TLompson, Herman Thomp- son and her cousin Miss Almeda Wrao'e, through eastern Washington. J. Bruce Wtson returned on Fri- Avenue theater. :Mrs. Neweomb re- turned to Monroe Wednesday after- noon; Miss Chapin went on to Juniper beach to join Mrs. Chapin and the Misses Margaret, Sadis and Edith Chapin who are camping there. Miss Margaret Chapin retrained on Sunday from Friday Harbor, where she had been attending the summer session of the branch of the U and also the Bellingkam Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lillemoen, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. He[fort and children, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. He[fort and daughter, with Mrs. Cast and daugh- ter, Beverly, were picnic supper guests of Mrs. J. I. Hopper at her cottage on Lake Stevens Thursday evening last. Mr. ar@ Mrs. Sam Martin and son, Robert, of Oregon, were over night 'uests at the home of Mrs. Marti.n's brother, I. Q. Ludwig and Mrs. Lud- wig' Wednesday. ++ tives, had been seen along the Ever- ,* LOCAL NEWS ITEMS t l eft-Granite Falls highway. +++ Jewelry. Fine watch repairing at. J. V. err A Third-Class-Postmaser Examin, I at[on will be held in the Town Hall, Sunday, August 14, Rev. Phillip Monroe, Wash., about September 10, Clapp of Bellingham, a student of to fill a vacancy at Scenic, Wash.; Asbmw college, Wilmore, Ky., will salary $1,400 per year. Receipt of preach at the M. E. church at 11 a. applications must be properly execu- m. At 8 p. m. Seattle Goodwill quar- eidentally killed near his home in Clipper, last Saturday. Diamonds, watches and silverware at J. V. Orr Jewelry. The W. C. T. U. will meet in the park today (Friday) for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Members and their families are invited; each should brhag a plate, cup, fork and spoon. Business session follows. Special singers from Seattle Will assist in the service at the Swedish church, morning and evening, Au- gust 14. Search for J,chn Dillingham and Chester Oughton, who escaped from the reformatory on Friday last, in H. E. Pearsall's car, which was stand- ing before the Park Place grocery, has been centered in the Granite Falls dis'crict, as a report to the county jail officials woukt indicate tkat two men, answering the descri.ption of the fugi- uark, L:ke Stevens on Wednesday of i last week. [he dental office, of Dr. A. M. Zar- l emba is closed, for a few days, while Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Moore of Fall i the (loct,cT  is attending, the funeral City were guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Iervlces .for his cousin, who was ac- ted and filed at W'ashington, D. C. )rior to the hour of closing business August 31, 1927. For further infor- mation inquire at local post office. Taxi for hire--Chrysler six "7.5 edan. nt Savoy hotel, pho 1293. Frank Kramer. 2,  The Crder of Vasa lodge met in regular session at the Grange hall on Saturday, with a good attendance. If you are contemplating buying a diamond see J. V. err first and save money. The Arthur Kincaid post of the American legion have purchased four headstone,s for the graves of Arthur Kincaid and Louis Bell[user, in the' I. O. O. F. cemetery; Gol'iath Elwell and John Ji.mmicum, in the Monroe cemetery. t t will rended a program of music, songs and speaking. Services will be held at the county home at 3 p. m. Yakima county will have budget for new airport. Shelton--New southsi.de school to cost $19,660. Vancouver--BiJs opened for build- ing $150,000 community hotel. Long,dew -- West Coast Lumber- men and West Coast Lumber Trade Extensior I plan merger for lumber de- velopment. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT-- Three rooms; 440 Maple street; (:all oven'.ass about 7. 22-3t* FOR RENT--The two fi, va-room err cot[ages in Park Place. FOR SALE--Frys, inqui.re of H] Bus;s, Or street. Oll00 .a D a m p W a sh Everything washed perfectly _q HOme and returned ready fr irnin} this 20 pounds... 90c (FLATWORK IRONED) pounds... 90c Rough Dry (NO STARCH) All flat work ironed dth wearing appearel fluff-dried 15 pounds.. $1.Q5 Amo=g the saving washday hdps w-. offer is one exactly suited to your requirements at a price to your liking. Phone for our represen- tative to explain. Then choose your service-and use it. It .will rid you of the heaviest of household burdens, give you many hours of leisure, and, every- thing considered, save ":on money. Rough Dry (STARCHED) Flat work ironed with wear- ing apparel starched where needed and balance fluff-dried 16 pounds.. S1.2S Monroe Laundry Phone 1641 Monroe, Washington (lay of last week from Sooke IIarbor H.ct Springs, cn Vancouver island. Mrs. J. I. Ucpper and chi!&'en re- tu.ned on Monday moraine" from a ,. , o week's camping at Dawes Park, Lane Stevens. Ernest Gorrer, George D. Hcrley nml Keiron W. Rearden spent, several days this week camping, and fishing" at Lake Isabel. O. E. Williams and children, Vera, Nedra, Harold and Norvin. with Mrs. Vivian White, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Williams' brother, /-Iemw Fisher and Mrs. Fishe at Oak Harbor. P. M. Laizure plans to leave Sun- day for a two weeks' stay at Soap Lake. Mrs. L. H. Dollarhide arid: two chil- dren, Ellen and Albert, returned to I.Q. . Sunday. Ludwi Mrs. R. H. Lane and family, with Mrs. Otto Nelson, spent Tuesday wih i friends in Everett. Keith MacDou'all and Jack Street- 'er left on Tuesday for Camp Kelcema for a fourteen day period. M. and Mrs. R. J. Stretch and dau?'hter, Miss Mildred, attended the merchants' exposition i.n Seattle on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Barlow, with their house guest, Miss Ruth Ch:eet- ham of Los Angeles, spent Tuesday in Seattle at the merchants exposi- tion. Mrs. C. L. Newcomb and Miss Lou Chapin we.re guests at the Olympic hotel in Seattle Tuesd,ay and Wed- nesday, and while in the city attended 'the merchants' conventi.on and en- :joyed the pe.formance at the Fifth Blanket Week! A worth-while saving will be the reward to those who take advantage of this unusual buying oppo'- tunity to purchase blankets fro" the coming Fall and Winter. It will be wise to buy now during our Speeial Blanket Week because selections are large and com-- plete, affording you a much better choice than if you wait until late in the season. The prices are particularly attractive---for Har- men's were fortunate in" purchasing their blankets be- fore the recent advance in cottons. 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