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4, Guard Rails Planned for SPH In King County September 15 the Washington State Highway Commission will open bids on a contract for con- structing cable guard rails, on state highway 15 near the Summit of Stevens Pass in King County. Plans for the contract call for new cable guard rail to be in- stalled "on about a mile of the highway beginning at Tunnel Creek about three miles northeast of Scenic and continuing east to the Stevens Pass Summit. The contract will involve about 5,120 linear feet of cable guard rail an~ other items. Work will begin about three weeks after the contract is award- ed and is to be completed with- in 20 working days after starting. Cost of the contract is esti- mated to exceed $10,000. RUMMAGE SALE Sponsored by Eagles Auxiliary August 22-23 SEEN ... About Gold Bar A "Foiled" reporter! From Friday through Monday noon the telephone was out--- ,from Monday at 3:30 on "some- one"left their receiver off the hookmno phone again, with 106 names to call--t'aint easy!! Midge Garrett peeling and can- ning pears and with only one-arm quite an achievement! "Ida, Apple-sauce," in her glory Sunday swben she could set up a feast for friends not seen in, twelve-years. Off Limits; but real happy for the Ran Kearns of Sultan in the water they finally struck on their ranch. Were Buster Fox an~ Hal Fis- cher visiting the pigs "ranch. Ask Hal why. l~e wanted the next bus out? e S~ltan hasn't anything on Gold Bar! The frustrations of the Louis Jelinek's apples to Newell Pickle- simers also. Seems their landlord is going to raise their rent be- cause of ,their apple tree blos- soming again--two crops of ap- ples in one year? tsk, tsk. Were the frustrated volunteer firemen at 3:40 a.m. Saturday when some prankster turned on the fire alarm. Is the "txuck-driv~r's widow," Edith Lee, putting friend husband to carming corr~ on his days off. GOLD BAR Mrs. Esther Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez and children visited Woodland Park in Seattle on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber of Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Sehmelzer of Snohomish visited Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Weber Monday. Mr. anc~ Mrs. Ken Bennett of Vancouver B. C. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith last weekend. Bill and Dick F!yg of Everett spent "from Saturday through Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson and family of Seattle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirkland Sunday. Neighbors and friends extend then- condolence to Mrs. Bessie ttauan in the loss of her husband who passed away on August 13. Mr. andiMrs. Newell Picklesi- met had as Sund~ay dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raney of Silver Lake; after dinner they all rode to Stevens Pass in the Ra- ney's new Plymouth Station wa- gon. Lois Hasson of Everett, Maude Brown of Monroe and Clara,Bow- erg visited Mrs. Lois Brown on Sunday. Roy Brown left Thursday for Vancouver, Washington where he NUGGETS I SYcamore 3-2321 Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weideman returned from their trip to North Dakota early Saturday morning. Mr. an~ Mxs. Jack Erlandsen attended the wedding of Mrs. Er- landsen's nephew, Leslie Mann to Barbara Carlson both of Car- nation on Saturday at CarnatLom John Phelps of Bremerton was a guest at the Jack Erlhndsens the past two weeks. John is their grandson. Mr. and Mrs. J., A. Hunt of Desert Hot Springs, California visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gregg from Friday to Wednesday. The Hunts will visit their son and fam- ily, the Allan Lockes at Tacoma and then return home via the Rio Del. Midge Garrett had the misfor- tune of breaking her left arm on August 10. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gre~gg and Mr. J. A. Hunt took a drive to Stevens Pass on Sunday. Betty Morse left Friday for Camano Island. She is employed at Pictsweet Cannery and will be making her home with her aunt, Mrs. Carl Smith. Mrs. Fred Sacia, cousin of Warren Sacia, of Holmen, Wis- consin stopped in to visit Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sacia on Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse and sisters. Mrs. Roger Simon and Mrs. John Reed of Wenatchee visited their sister, Mrs. Alice Simrtions Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bernard of Sedro Woolley visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Handy Saturday night. 'The evening was spent in play- ing pinochle with the ladies win- ning. Dick Hazel of Portlandb and Al- an Spleen of Seattle were over- night guests of Mr: and Mrs. Mar- vin Whiteman Saturday. On Sun- day Mrs. Howard Hazel of Seat- tle, Mrs. Dick Hazel of Portland and Mrs. Kirkman of Renton brought a pot-luck d.inner for a w~nderful repast for all the guests. Mrs. Dollie Lee of Salem, Ore- ~on and ~Tlvia Lee of Olympia were at the Tom Lees for the weekend and for Terry's wedding. 'lYe. and Mrs. Erni,e Botnen of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. David Wil- son and Norman Wilson of Sno- qualmie were dinner guests ,of ~Vfr. and Mrs. C. W. Handy Sun- day. Mrs. Grace Duty, Mrs. Elsie Zabel of Startup and Lucille Bar- nett of Monroe accompanied Mrs. Alice Simmon~ to a .tea held at the home of Mrs. Hallet of Lake S~evens on Thursday. This was held in honor of outgoing and in- coming presidents of the District Garden Club of which Mrs. Lu- cille Barnett take~ the chair of president for the ensuing year. Always a thrilling show' tough, muscled brahma bulls like this ton of dynamite will'make another appearance at the 1958 Evergreen State Fair. One of the most popular events in rodeo, riding these dangerous animals takes nerves of "iron and courage-beyond our imagination. EAGLES BUILDING The beautiful paint job of white will be in the V6terans hospital family went to the drive-in thea- Benny Martinez of Salt Lake N,-Lewis St ! trimmed in green school house for treatments, tre at Everett on Saturd~ay night. City, Utah was a huse guestf" EVERGREE~,S~ATE F'!IR]~ ~:-~ ~- ,,,__" all set to go on September 4, but Agnes Windham accompanied Mrs. Richard Nielsen of Shasta, his brother Joe Martinez this wlonroe, wash. alas, the gym building looks so Dena Bee of Startup .to Easton California was a guest th~s we.oK- past. week. Benny left for home forlorn, where they spent the weekend end of Mr. and Mrs. Tea ~mim. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Schmaaker . ~ ................ ~ .................. , of Seattle stopped in on the C.W. ~ O ~ O ~ "~ ::~' ! Han~ys Sunday enroute home from a fishing trip. ]~'~::::~:!~'z~'.:.:r: :~:~:~:!:!~:~'~'~".:i;:~::~!~-~ ~ [ PlC~la~$::~. II1~ 1r~:~ ]Ma~we. House . ~-o-. Ja, I 1~ nesda~TheEvergreenFairpensWed-and many preparations ": } - """ ""*" ]lnslant Coffee $1091 ~rein~ull~win~lfyuare alover of flowers and plant.s you " PY 4-2341 PY4-2351 are ut'ged to enter yc~r prize ape- PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY ~ ciman for the Flower Show which ~ " ~'~ is being sponsored by the Gold It is not necessary for you to be White, Yellow, Devil Food, Batter Scotch Pkg. a member of these clubs. The Ichairmen Hazel StantOn Of Star- \ ~~...~~~ ~ i I ~ Sw C tap, Hattie S~2hlrman of Sulfa \ ansd0wn- ake g,x .-,. 25' ' and Midge Garrett of Gold Bar U S No 1 10 lb. Bag ~-~--~. ~ want everybody to enter plants, flowers and horticulture arrange- l POTATOES 9G g 39 ~ ments" Entrants have t be in . , .. An el Food Mix . . .. oow~o~.,,.,,~ ~to0 p.m. and 7 to 9 a.m. on Thursday. ~, ---- t~l~ilrU ~Ca--ake~~~-LoslYIr'andMrs'MelHllingerfAngeles, Califor'ia visited! Starts Thurs Aug 281 ,( Fancy ,.,~.c~,,o ..~ Rnft~eilk 9~ Mr. andMrs. Fred Gregg on Thursday afternoon, l | m( A I uum mm--I~I~AT~ t A V~II.U~IIII UlV ~ What could be more enjoyable u nnvzo ,UR " T~v,~ than a smorgasbord?? Just in RTHROUGH0 D E 0LABORI wDAY SEPT.sh, ] INew -- Big -- Family Size ' in I ~ ease you were all set for the one - =1... IWHITE STAR ~~1 ~ being sponsored by the iVL~I~in- .Osterholtz.Auxiliary at Camp . estern 0ws 2Z-oz. Bottle i " Husten the date has been changed Saturday, Sunday [ 'Fun For All The Family'I [L J key ss'll TUNA' "" 130 [ ~ to september 27.overnightTom Gerlidgu~stOfTuesdayseattle WaSat thean Mondu, w [ 4g. &.FF I umber ac rup " Jack Erlemdsens. 4H .o.s~ s o . .A. ) ! '~-- -- ~ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez and .... ,..-. I Theur Exhibits Are 'l family were at the Everett Motor Alluay ~-rluuy I = I~ A T II I~ I~ rl | Movie on Saturday night. it - to tFI 1O-lb. Bag ,Ii$| ' AueJust 2', ] ." ......... t ' ' S-,b. T~, " " O?/ Mr. andMrs. WarrenSaciare- turned Friday from a trip through A l m rl ~n 001den our m California. They camped for two r O [ [ Stage" I Biggest Sheep Show | ]E '~n0w0r||'"""""" I" ' ~?~~ !week~ thru~h Se"uia Natin~~~:-~----~----~, ';u't"~*s:. ' . ] '~ PRO Parkpark.Mr. andand Mrs,Ysemitechestert Nationalostrus m V w I IN THE WEST [ ~u,/~ I Marvin Whiteman On Sunday ~ve- (The Fair That Is Dedicated To Youth) I ) ~ ~.%,, CUSTOM CUTrlNG --: ..... ~ { of Seattle called on Mr. and Mrs. ' IF tC " 25 m rm 0cktatl..... t _ _.a s ~ ~Y ..... 7 ~-s=~z T~'I) !, ~,, I ~"'"~ .1 Apple Jmce . . -. , .. 33~ ! Lazy Daisy 2x/~ Tin Oh Boy Breakfast Tune LINK SAUSAGE Little Pig Style POUND Open Kettle Rendered For Somthing Diferent BEEF HEARTS TONGUES Freestone Peaches S&W Sliced Pineapple ... 27' No. I Flat Tin .15 Sunshine 1 lb. Pkg. KrispySaltines. . . . 29' Sta-Flo Liquid Starch23~ Quart Bottle PURE LARD White King Water Softener 25' Large Package Sitting Pretty How'd YOU like to be the "gent" taking t]alngs easy? Indeed you can ! ! The first step is to SAVE -- and may we suggest the First Natlonal Bank as the best place. Let us help you get into the easy chair above ! ! Monroe Brunch