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Page Six THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Friday, August 12, 1927 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS 4-, , 4" 4" , STARTUP * . + The Sunday school and Young Peo- ple Worker's conference will meet at the German Baptist church Sept. 3 to 5 inclusive. On the evening of the fifth a banquet will be held by the conference at the I. O. O. F. hall. Robert Schalkan of Monroe at- tended services at the Baptist church Sunday. Milford Arndt, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Arndt, met with a painful i.njury when he caught his hand in the pulley of the hay lifter. The flesh was stripped from two fingers, also the finger nails. Miss Clara Moore, field secretary of the Deaconess children's home of Everett, canvassed Startup last week. Miss Moore and the small girl from the home were dinner guests of Mrs. H. D. Gunn Friday. The members of-the Ladies Aid society met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rapphun Thursday after- noon. After the busi.ness meeting a luncheon was served to. Miss Anna Rapphum, Miss Ida Kegler, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Augusta Rapphun, Mrs. Ferdinand Zabel, Mrs. Fred Du- deck, Mrs. Fred Stober, Mrs. Fred Lideke, Mrs. Louise Pahl, Mrs. Au- gust Dresner, Mrs. I. J. Crump, Mrs. Sam Ghuneska, Mr. and Mrs. William Schirman and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schirman of Sultan, the Rev. H. W. Schmid and the host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. William Pahl, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Minnegar and granddaughter, June Minneger were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Schi'rman of Sultan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Siler and sen Jim Siler of Everett and daughter Josie and baby of Port Orchard, were guests at the William Hall home Sun- day. Bathers from VCallace Falls, Gold Bar, Sultan, Monroe and the major- ity of Startup are taking advantage of the warm weather and enjoying the swimming pool at the pier near Ben Minnegar and children Aldeen Leatrice and Vivian, Mr. and Mrs. Ocsar Brady and daughter Lucile of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Minnegar and children Earl and Elinor of Gold Bar were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Minnegar Friday. Bud Larson, Bernard Sholtz, Bill Ziebell and Paul Fredwalt motored to Lake Stevens Sunday. Mr. Dicky spent the week end at is home in Everett. Mrs. Baldridge and children Helen, Doris and Dick and Mrs. Emma Shaeffer motored to Sultan Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Woolcott of Couer d'Alene, Idaho, were guests of Mrs. Reid Giddings Thursday, motor- ing on to Seattle, thence to Idaho Falls Mr. Woolcott is a state fruit inspecto:. H. 0. Siler and Jim Siler o Everett were dinner guests at the Gidding home Saturday. C. A. Cleveland was an Everett visi- :or Monday. W.lliam and Louis Banek of Gold Bar were guests of William Kestler Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Larson and son' Bud and Mr. and Mrs. Black spent the evenin$ at the Black home in Everett Sunday. 4-+4- 4 * INDEX INDICATORS ,b +++ Mrs. Warren Hazen, Mrs. George C'Hoyt and son Junior and Donald Mcshier visited Mrs. Moshier and Ruth Johnson at Aldercrest Wednes- day. Catherine Alsop is spending sev- eral days with Violet Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Burgstahler, Art May and daughter Fern, Martha Marxen, Madge Baldwin, Margaret Smith, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Ruby Eg- bert, Earl Petersen, Emil Johnson, Heinie Potter, Hugh Slack and John Durham spent Thursday evening at Lake Stevens. Vic Anderson of Monroe was a business caller in Index Thursday. the park. M's. Albert Denolf and Eva Riddle Miss Ethel Brewer is confined to of Gold Bar spent Wednesday with her home with a sore foot caused by Mrs. James Means. ! stepping on a sharp stone while in George and Adolph O'Hoyt, Owen  " bathing. Sanders, Frank Adams and L. H. Eg- Mr. and Mrs. S. Roe Malone of Ev- bert returned Sunday evening from erett and Miss Grace Baldridge of an up the river fishing trip. Startup were dinner guest at the Junior Holcomb returned home Fri Crump ?iome Friday. day after an extended visit with rela- Mr. and Mrs, Fred Lideke were Ev- rives in Snohomish and Olympia. He erett business visitors Wednesday. was accompanied by his uncle, Char- Miss Helen Martin who has been a ley Holcomb who remained for a guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and short visit. Mrs. H. D. Gunn left Wednesday for! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rouse and her home in Sedgewick, Cal. dughter Helen of Portland, Oregon, Miss Tillie Saylor of Seattle is a were Sunday guests of the fcrmer's guest of her mother, Mrs. Barbara brother, S. M. Rouse. Saylcr this week. Misses Alyce Hastings and Madge Mrs. Hazen, Mrs. O'Hoyt and "son Baldwin spent Sunday at the Sunset Junior, Donald Mosier, Mrs. W. N. mine. Bowers and son Billy called at the Crurc, p home Wednesday. Ben Stoher, who left for Colfax several weeks ago, is reported very ill. His brother Ben Stoher left for Colfax to be with him. Mrs. Barbara Saylor was a Sultan visitor Friday. Miss Lola Crump was an over Sun- day guest of Miss Lola Smlke o laid off for several days. Gold Bar. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Foster and son Mrs. N. D. Gunn and her guest Junior of Monroe spent Sunday with Miss Helen Martin were Everett visi- Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rouse. tor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Whittaker, Mr. and Mrs. William Roesler and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hazen and Ed r Falls camp, visited at the home of i Mrs. Mary Clemens Sunday. These with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Brown, Mr. ned Mrs. Charles Spafford and chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hasson and little daughter and Andy Pollock pic- nicked in the Clemens orchard. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Blansett have moved into the Breidenbech house on Second street. Miss Claudia Jarvis of Seattle is a guest of Miss Cecelia Roy at her home on Railroad avenue. The Misses Ellen and Jessie War- dell of Everett ae visiting their mother, Mrs. Jack Erlandsen and Mr. Erlandsen at their home on Railroad avenue. Miss Wands Whiteman returned home Tuesday from Seattle where she has been visiting several weeks. Jerry Wteeks and mother, Mrs. Weeks of Seattle spent the week end at the Walter Dickson home and at- tended the dance at Evergreen hall.. Ralph /Lambert and the Misses Myrtle and Viola Lambert of Seattle spent the week end at the home of day Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown drove to Sedro-Woolley and accompanied by their "parents visited at Mt. Baker park. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cantrell of Skykomish spent Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cantrell. Mr. and Mrs. Albm Pearson and Tom Knuteson drove to Everett Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jackson and Tom Knuteson fished at Lake Shoecraft Sunday. Mrs. O. Heiser of Wallace Falls camp is visiting her son Clem i Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dickson and Mrs. Gunner Swanson drove to Ev- erett Saturday where Mr. Dickson bought a new sedan. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgbl Lambert. a business trip to Seattle Saturday, returning with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mrs. S. Hiner left Monday for To- Newstream. coma where she will viMt relatives. August 2 was regular meetin Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown are !night for Rebekah lodge No. 81, Car- spending several weeks in Seattle and Sedro-WooIley visiting relatives. Sun- nation, also visiting night for Dora E. Craig, president of the Rebekah assembly. Quite a number went from Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alsop and son Stanley spent the week end at the Nelsen kome. They were accompanied his lome again with Mrs. Walter Ken- mme by Miss Catherine, who has non. been visi, ting Violet Carlson. / Mr. and Mrs. Vic Orr and family, Mr. arL& Mxs. Bert McLandress i with Mr. Orr's mother, Mrs. L. P. called on Index friends Sunday. i Orr. Mrs. M. ouden, Miss Alice Lou- Darrell Burns of Sunset received an den and Frank Countryman spent injury to his knee Sunday and has Sunday at Warm beach. Loddy Gard- ner of Everett, accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Wider and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons spent Friday evening with Frank Countryman. J. Bishop spent the week end at his home in Park Place.  DUVALL NEWS ** +++ R. H. Stapleton has sold his small house to Mrs. Clare L. Strang, one of Cherry Valley grade, school teachers. The school house has been under way of mueh needed repairs and will be completed in due time for the be- ginning of the fall term. Mrs. Harvey Funk entertained a few friends Friday afternoon, were Mesdames Vet, right, Boggus, WiTder- recb$, Stapleton, Douglas, Goodwin and Mercereau. Bridge being the main amusement, Mrs. Douglas held high and Mrs. Stapleton low score. A very delightful light lunch was served. The Royal Neighbors picnic which was held at Shady Beach on Lake Washington Thursday, was well at- tended by Duvall and Carnation camps, Fall City failing to attend. Everybody seemed to enjoy them- selves. Mr. and Mrs. George Paul were Se- attle visitors Saturday. Clifford Peirman spent the week end irt town. He is employed at Cedar Falls. Mrs. W. M. Goodwin and Mrs. Wil- liam Carlson of Cherry Gardens made -, + + PARK PLACE NEWS + + Howard Watkins is making exten- sive improvements on his home. Frank Hoffee is in charge of the work. The aged father and mother of Mr. Marot have moved into a little new bungalow prepared for them by their son and daughter-in-law on their Park Place acreage. Shot Louden is the possessor of new Dodge coupe. Shot seems to be step- ping out of late. Little Michael Laizure is making Duvall, all reported having a splen- did time, about 60 members being present. Captain Victor Pinkerton of Mr. Vernon visited relatives and friends in Duvall and vicinity last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Jones and son Junior accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson spent Sunday at Ricn- mend beach. The Grange picnic held Saturday at Longs Grove near Carnatior was well represented from Cherry Valley grange No. 287. Mrs. Myra Goodwin is substituting as teacher for two weeks in a school for boys in Seattle, beginning Mon- day. Mrs. Joe Herley of Monroe visited her aunt, Mrs. F. M. Douglas Wed- nesday till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Funk motored to Snoqualmie Falls and North Bend Saturday. Agnes ad Evelyn Williams and Frieda Taylor were in Monroe Satur- day. Dr. and Mrs. Scallon and son Gerald and Mrs. Rose McCormick at- tended the Blessed Sacrament church i.n the university district Sunday. The lecture was given by a very fluent :speaker from the east and the music unusually fine. Anderson and Son have sold their garage to Hobson and Harris. The Rev. Earl Macab.ee and family are making an extended camping trip at Camp Comfort on Cottage lake. Mrs. Lynn McCormick and Mrs. Parkinson of Sultan were callers at Inez Jones home Monday, also at C. E. Mercereau's. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake and niece Roberts and nephew Sack But- ton, all of Snoqualmie Falls were visiting relatives and friends in Du- t !yell Saturday night and Sunday. Rob- ert returning Sunday night, the oth- ers remaining down for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Real Gainer and daughter Ruth of Seattle spent the week end at Bert Gainers, Mr. Gainer remaining to spend the week with his brother fishing, Mrs. Gainer and Ruth returned to town where they have leased the W.all street court. J. C. Donahue of East Syracuse, N. Y. has been visiting his sister h law, Mrs. S. A. Bourke and family the past week. Harry Visor who has been at Ellensburg for some time is back visiting old acquaintances. Jos. Franke was a Seattle visitor Tuesday. A beach party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake, E. G. Button and son Jack of Snoqualmie Falls, Billy Hedewald of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. H. Funk and daughter Berni.ce and Mrs. C. E. Mercereau spent Sun- day evening at Shady beach, Juanitp Point. Kenneth Hix went to Seattle Mon- day to attend the Merchant's conven- tion and visit the battleships and at- tended the opera "Aide." Mr. and Mrs. Hi Wallace, Mrs. James Wallace, Sr., and Natalie Har- rison of Vancouver, B. C. attended the Masonic picnic held at Issaquah. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Leake start on their vacation Wednesday, going east of the mountains and nto central Oregon. I Lloyd/Leake and family of Snoqual- mie Falls visited his parents Sunday, I taking Ethel Schuler home with them i for a few days.  * SKYKOMISH * + The first smoke pall is now with us; the entire season thus far having been free from the usual summer smoke screem A small fire up the Beekler river and the W'allace Falls camp fire is causing it. Two camps have been ,established between Skykomih and the summit for the state highway construction crews now at work on Stevens Pass. Mrs. Lillian Hawley .has sold the cows of her dairy and leased her place here. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Gibson attended tl merchants' convention in Seattle Monday and incidentally visited the battleships. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Phillips and sons Irwin and Wendell went to Mon- roe Saturday from where they at- tended the ball game at Langley Sun- (Continued on page 7) It Won't Be Lon00 Now --atthe-- !@! North Pacific And Livestock Exhibition AuEust 17,18,19,20,21 Silver Lake Show Grounds 150-- H O R S E S 150 To run in the harness, runn- ing, Chariot, Roman, running, jumping and free-for-all races. See the thoroughbreds 'direct from the northern race meet- ings. Horses entered from six states and two countries. AFTERNOON AND EVENING PROGRAMS To be the finest and most varied open air program ever offered i this county. Something different every minute. PATRIOTIC AND SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS DISPLAY Championship High-Diving Contests, Triple Par_chute Drops, Daring and Fast-Action Horse Shows. 24-Piece Band Concerts Day and Night GEORGE H. JERREAI00 UNDERTAKER SPECIAL AMBULANCE (FOR AMBULANCE SERVICES ONLY) PHONE 1171 110 North .Ferry Street, Monroe, Wash. HOME-MA KE R', ;! children, Billy, Dicky and Glori June were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Scheuffle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Siffeo and son Billy, Paul Riske and Irwin Erickson left Friday afternoon for Goodrich, N. D. to make their future home. They were accompanied by Mrs. Louise Pahl and children, Helen, Eli- nor, Margaret and Harry, who will remain for an indefinite time for the benefit of Mrs. Pahl's health. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudeck and children, Britt, Eliose and Geraldine of Marysville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dudeck Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Wilson of Snoqualmie and Dee Terrill of Monroe were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Crump Satur- day evening. Helen, Elinor, Margaret and Harr, Pahl were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Heald of Sultan Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Terrill and grandson Alfred Terrill of Monroe, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Llyod Bartlett Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brewer motored to Index Sunday afternoon. W. N. Bowers of Index called at the I. J. Cramp home Tuesday eve- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirstine and on Albert of Granite Falls were dkn- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoher Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thrman Cannon and children Maxine, Thelma and Bud and nephew Joe Cannon of Sultan spent the evening at the Fred Brewer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Firman, Mrs. Emma J. Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dtincan and children and Mrs. Ford and children attended the show in Sultaff Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. Crow, Mr. and Mrs. O. Stretch and son Tommy were in Seattle Sunday to see the battleships. They visited the Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Ross and Mr and Mrs, E. Pillers of Scuttle we dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cleveland Sunday. Mr. Larfnerier left Monday for Aberdeen to attend the state conven- tion of Elks. Mrs. G. G. Startup who has been at Juniper beach for two weeks returned home with Mr. Startup Sunday eve- rfing. Miss Nellie and Martha Swartz and Vnston Illman were Snohomish visi- tors Satnrdav evening. Mrs. Susan anson who has been at Gsr.son since May, returned home Sunday evening. Mrs'. Paul Sholtz, Mrs. Roy E. Galet, M, John Carlson and daugh- ter Dolores, Mrs. artin Norlin and son Marvin of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson hiked to Lost Lake Sunday to try the fishing. Misses Hazel Roaney and Doris Carlson returned Sunday after an ex- tended visit with relatives in Blaine. Mrs. W. N. Hazen, Mrs. N. O. Acker, Mrs. S. M. Rouse and Ruby Egbert called in Sultan and Monroe Monday evening. Miss Martha Marxen returned Mon- day from a short visit in Snohomish. Mrs. John Wester and Mrs. M. E. Butters were hostesses at a luncheon- picnic in Keiffers grounds Tuesday in honor of Miss Elizabeth Hurley who left Wednesday for Wapello, Iowa. John Durham left Monday evening for his home in Maine. Mrs. Bess Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Rush of San Franci'sco arrived Monday for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Doolittle. They were accompanied from Olym- pia by Bud Marxen. Mr. and Mrs. John Kosa and chil- dren Johnnie, Vivian and Bennie re- turned Sunday from a visit with rela- tives and friends. Glee, Elizabeth and Ruth Heydine of Seattle are visiting for a week at the Axel Johnson home. Miss Helen Martin left Wednesday for her home in Sedgewick, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Drake visited Mrs. Sales Tuesday. Colonel and Mrs. Howard Hath- away left Thursday for Washington, D. C. and the former's home in Vir- ginia. . 4" " .. -..,I,.  * GOLD BAR :*.** Owing to the absence from town of our correspondent there was no Gold Bar news reported last week. Miss Cecelia Roy returned home Saturday after spending four weeks visiting friends and .elatl.ves in Se- attle. Mrs. C. W. White, who was called to Yakima by the death of William Lampe, reVarned home Tuesday. Arthur Lambert of Seattle spent Thursday and Friday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lambert. Workmen are putting a new roof on the town hall here this week. Mis Irma Attwood of Fairbanks, Alaska, is visiting, at the home of her aunt, Mrs, J. L. Kreider and family. It/ E. Smith made a business" trip to Tacoma Monday nd Tuesday. J. E. Wickstrom left "Tuesday for Seattle on business. Mrs. William Bowers and son Wil- lima and little daughter Alma, also Miss Bernice Clemons of Skykomish and Robert McKelvey of ,Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Alex/Law and family spent Sunday at Lake Goodwin, at- tending the Catholic Sunday school picnic. Mrs. John Mills of Seattle, motored to Monroe Monday and spent the day with Mrs. Lee Orr. Mrs. J. R. Crankshaw, o Park Place, is very i.ll at her home, witu the mumps. Mr. Crankshaw is im- proving from his operation. Mrs. Loddy Gardner of Everett, with her two ch.ildren, accompanied by her father, Lee Orr, left on Satur- day morning by auto for Bend, Ore-! gon, to visit her sister, Mrs. O. S.! Dickie. They will all go to Lake Todd, ! in the mountains, and camp for a month, in the hope that the outfng will improve Mr. Orr's health. A wire was received from Bend Oregon, telling that Mrs. Gardner and Mr. Orr arrived safely after a motor trip of three days, in the Gard- ner's new Dodge sedan, with Mrs. Gardner at the wheel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunean called on friends in Skykomish Thursday. Mr. and 1Wrs. A. G. Watkins spent Thursday at the Kingsley summer home at Lake Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Watkins and child- ren, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohl and family of Snohomish picnicked at Davies park on Lake Stevens, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Bound of Marshland, were Sunday guests at the A. G. Watkins home. LEAVE8 NO ODOR I I Sold By CAMP-RILEY DRUG CO. Monroe, Wash. Get Acquaint, d With Real Values DINING ROOM SUITES in the various Periol designs in American and Hugenot Walnut. Guaranteed construction. Every suite in stock greatly reduced during August. Sensational values. Priced from $87.50 up for Eight Pieces Nu-fold Davenette A sightly sofa by day--a com- fortable double bed by night. Finished in Golden Oak with imitation or genuine leather seat and back. Mahogany with blue leather or Velour seat and back. PRICED FROM $41.50 up ,j Chiffoniers Unfinished chiffoniers in three, four andfive-drawer sizes. Have plywood tops, dowelled joints and curtain base, giving strength and good appearance. SPECIAL DURING AUGUST $7.75 $8.50 $9.50 k_ FOUR-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE c0nsisting of Dressing Table, four drawers, full size bow- foot Bed, Chiffonier with detachable mirror and fern" large and two small drawers, and Bench. Finished in beautiful tones of Gray enamel with gold and orchard decoration. Strongly constructed. Priced complete .............................................. $98.50 SLINGERLEND F 00RNITURE CO., xn, :. r00ual..; ' --Home of--  . Ity St Clair Ranges aervlce 1411-13 Hewitt Ave. PHONE MAIN 495 Everett, Wash.