Newspaper Archive of
Monroe Historical Society
Monroe, Washington
August 21, 1958     Monroe Historical Society
PAGE 6     (6 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 6     (6 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 21, 1958

Newspaper Archive of Monroe Historical Society produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

i / / PAC~ srx Monroe Monitor, Thu.saay, A. .st 21, 195 Monroe Soldier Goes Bosch Families Visit LEGAl.. NOTICE Stevens, •Connellys. :~~~~iW [t~th~4w ToKorea. For Duty ",. Twenty-sixStates, NOTICE OF HEARING ON Return From Trip ; Diek Rogers, son Mr and Washington D.C. PETITION FOR ANNEXATION " NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN " TO Canadian Rockies Mrs. Steve "Rogers of Monroe, ,ua~ ~ recently completed a training Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bosch and that a public hearing on the pe- tition filed with the Clerk of the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. S.tevens and course with the U. S. Army Sig- son Freddie, and Mr. and Mrs. Town of Monroe on the 13th day Mr. and Mrs. Dan Connelly re- Mr. a~d Mrs. Jack Minnick and nsbJU.tR.Ym?pUJmY : hal Carp at Ft. Gordon, Georgia, Fred Bosch returned Wednesday of August, 1958, fo~r the annexa- turned Saturday from a ten day son Barry of Seattle were week- Our ca rues an a and is now a lineman with the of last week from a three and tion to the Town of Monroe of trip to Jasper Park in the Ca- end guests of her aunt, Mrs. Car- cused person a jury trial, but only corp. The you,rig Soldier received one half weeks trip to eastern certain contiguous lands describ- nadian Rockies• They entered rie Greene, and attended the Con- gregational Church picnic at Won- derlar~ Park on Sunday. Mrs. Minnick was soloist at morning services at the 'Congregational Church, - Mrs. Carrie Greene had a visit recently froril Mrs. Hattie Fowler of Seattle, a friend of her girl- hood. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marsden and daughters S'haron and Joy visited last week with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lundberg in east- ern Washington. Earlier in the month the Marsdens went oa a camping trip dow~ the Oregon coast, visited San Francisco, Yo- semite Park, Mr. Lassen, Crater Lake and came home by way of Yakima. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Spencer and son Jeff of Scappoose, ol:egon, arrived Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.-Taylor. They spent Monday and Tuesday on, a tour of Victoria and Vancouver Is- land. 1VIr. and Mrs. David Bays and daughter Kathy of Dillon, Men- tans, visited l:ecently at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Meeds. They visited relatives in Oliver, B. C. on their return trip. M2" and Mrs John Bunting, sons George, John and Bruce made a trip to the Olympic peninsula last week and visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers in Vancou- ver, on their way back. Mrs. Rogers is the former Margaret Salisbury, daughter of Mrs. Bunt- ing. In Seattle they visited their other daughter, Mrs. Robert Gor- ing and her husband in Tacoma, an aunt of Mrs. 'Bunting,, Mrs. Frank Kohler. Mr. and Mrs. Don Glen of Mil- ton, Mrs, FAliott Glen of Port- land ancl M~. Minnie Ackerman of St.'mPaul were guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ackerman last week. Roger Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brat Thompson, had'his dis- charge from the armed services August 'I1, his last duty being six- teen months in Korea. you--and others like you--can make good on that pr0mise. Have you ever begged off from jury service because it interfered with work or play? "The govern- merit" itself can give no one a jury trial unless free men and women will take time out to sit down and hear the case. For the ancient Greeks the chief mark of a citizen was the right to take part in the administration ef justice. Whether you serve willingly cr not, our jury system faces many problems• How car~ we improve techniques for selecting prospective jurors; tr~ning jurors; instructing in the law after a case; a,d weeding out those who should not serve. One "soft spot," for example, in the jury system is the long list of otherwise capable people who are exempt from jury. duty either beohuse the public welfare de- ' mands their services on the job or because, in the nature of their work, they are likely to h a v e formed .opinions•- Among t h e m are: Officers of the U. S. and ~f the state, attorneys at law, school teachers, practicing physicians, licensed embalmers, active mem- bers, of the fire and police depart- ments of any municipality, wo- men, and all persons over sixty years-of age. However, v~men and persons more than 60 years old may serve as jurors, if they wish, but cannot be compelled to serve and must be excused from jury duty if they ask to be ex- cused. If you are ever oalled for jury duty, you should serve, an~ wil- Kagly. In the final analysis; the jury system is one of the greatest bulwarks to freedom uruter the 'law, and our country's justice, generally speaking, will be no bet- ter than our juries. AN IGNORANT wITNESS Smith was charged with the crime of burglary. At the trial, his attorney offered the testimony of Sam to establish an alibi for Smith. a grade of 94•6 on his final exam. Dick visited with his parents Saturday night and Sunday, bringing two buddies "with him. They were Pot. Melvin Garrett of Orangeburg, South Carolina,. and Pot. Dallas Pierce of Cape Girardeau, Missouri. On Monday morning the three young men left for a thirteen ,month tour of duty in Korea. . Concjrecjational Ladies Begin Fall Plans Miss. alga Dorcas and Mrs. Louise Webb eritertained the Con- gregational Lad~es Aid at Mrs. Webb's home Tuesday evening with seventeen members present. The forthcoming state Women's Fellowship conference to be held in Everett September 17 and 18, was "brought to the attention of the members~ Plans for fall proj- ects, a rummage sale and the annual Harvest Home dinner will be completed at ~e September meeting. J. F. Arrants Has EighW-first Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Troy Arrants of Buckley, Washington visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Arrants oll Monday. The occasion was the elder Mr. Arrants 81st birthday. Mr. Arrants and his wife, Flor- • ence, who is 79, have eleven chil- dren, twelve grandchildren, and fifty-nine great-grandchildren, all living. A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE Washington State is a region ef hunters and fishermen who ply the Pacific ocean, its inland wa- ters and the thousands of lake's, rivers and streams that hove made this the Water Wonderland of the nation. During the 1957 season a total of 417,479 licenses were sold. Add 125,000 estimated boys and girls under 16, who re- quire no license, and the aggre- gate is 542,479. Also. a .goodly percentage of license holders are women. United States, visiting in all twen- ty-six states a n d Washington, D.C. Going east they visitec~ rela- tives in Wisconsifi and Indiana. While in Wisconsin they took the guided boat trip through the Wis- consin Dells, where the rock for- mations are most unusual• The • next imvortant stop was Niagara Falls, including American Falls, Horseshoe Falls and Rainbow Falls. All the sights of New York City interested them and at West Point. good pictures were oh- , rained of the cadets training. Sightseeing at Washington, D.C. included the usual places and perhaps best of all a look at the museum at Annapolis, and the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington. The Great Smoky ~ountains were toured with time svent at Rock City to see the Fairyland Caverns and. the view of seven states from Lookout Mountain• During the trip the Bosches added five beautiful varks to their list of famous "spots, Grand Canyon, Brycoa, Zion, Grand Te- to~ and Yellowstone. S~lt Lake • City impressed them. At Bounti- ful, Utah, they visited with the Rev. and Mrs. Charles, Mueller. former pastor and his wife and in Yakima with the Cal Bosch family: Many movies w e r e tak.~n throughout the trip and will help t~e family recall their wonderflfl experience. Dunwoodies Visit At Medical Lake Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dunwooflie spent two days recently at Medi- cal Lake, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Dacy and "daughter, Mrs. Donna Baker. The Dacys, former Monroe res- • idents, are very happy with their new location, the Dunwoodies re- port. Mr. Dacy is now farm man- ager at the m~ntal hospital at Medical Lake. ed as: All that portion of the south- east "quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 6, Tow~- ship 27 north, Range 7 east, W.M., described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the west boundary of said southeast quarter of northwest quarter with the southerly line of Main Street in the Tow~ of Monroe, which point is also the northwesterly corner of Lot 1, Andrew Thompson's Addition to the Town of Monroe, accord- ing to plat thereof recorded in volume 6 of plats, page 12, rec- ords of said county; thence north along west line of said southeast quarter of northwest quarter to a point of intersec- tio~ with the south line of Let 7, Block 8, (vacated) Peter- son's /st Addition to Monroe, Snohomish County, Washington, according to plat thereof re- British Columbia at Eastgate, vis- ited Banff and Lake Louise and went into Calgary before their return, when they entered the United States at Big Chief Moan- tain. They report beautiful scenery evey mile of the trip, besides the natural beauty, the formal flower beds at Jasper and other govern- ment parks impressed them with their displays of perfectly shaded snapdragons and other flowers in great profusion• They took quanti- ties of pictures and hope to have very good ones of bear, mosses and deer which they were f.ortun- ate to see in natural settings. The Waterton Lakes and Gla- cier Park Were included in the memorable vacation trip. Card of thanks I Wish to take this opportunity corded in volume 9 of plats, to express my most sincere ap- page 20, records of said county, • preciation for the many lovely projected westerly; thence cards, gifts and flowers, I re- easterly along said projected ceived from my friends during line and along the south line of said (vacated) Block 8 and a portion of vacated Block 9, Peterson's 1st Addition1 to Mon- roe to the west line of vacated my recent illness. These many kindnesses have meant much to me. Mrs. Pauline Law Paid Adv. Lot 8, Block 9 of said addition; thence southerly along t~e SH,R/BRER westerly line of" Lots 8, 9, 10, 1~ and 12, said ~acated Block 9, and said line projected south- | erly, to the northerly line ofi E R I F F the,plat of said Andrew Thomp- son s' Addition to the Town of Mon~'oe; thence southwesterly along said northwest line of said addition ~ the point of be- ginning,, all in the County" of Snohomish, State of Washing- ton; will be held in the' Town ~ouncil chambers at the Town Ha~ at 8:00 o'clock p.m. on the 27th day of August, 1958. All persons in- terested are invited to attend and voice approva]~ or disap- proval of the annexation. TOWN OF MONROE BY BURT. MANNING Town Clerk UNION HEATING OILS O. H. Jameson Monroe PY 4-3641. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Mort. PY 4-3~81--Carn. 33-6191 Members of PURPLE CROSS PLAN m CHARLES • • REFRIGERATION SALES and SERVICE 24 Hour Service A. L (Arne) CHARLES Monroe-PYramid 4-2436 Phone R~e~dence PY 4-2856 28-4tc PLUHBING SUPPLIES pn FIX~' Byron Hdwe. MONROE T -- • • [All Types of Eleetr,c [ W,rm . All Work Guaranteed. UONeOE ELECTRIC Office at Byron Hardware Monroe PYramid 4-3421 Home Snohomlsh , LOgan 3-5072 GEORGE WRIGHT Monroe, Wash. III I~