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Pae Four I TIIE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington I I | i Sybil Wilcox, Jane McMickle and ,ng at Rocky Point, and returned to 1  '  "    [ =  Irma and Earnestine Richardson cf Monroe with a catch to be proud of. I [  . | ! = I .  I [B ] Be(hell. After the game. the hostess l Mr. and Mrs. George Monroe and ! 'q t  m    I I served dainty refreshments. Miss ldaughter , Georgia, of Seattle, were I i " " : ' ' W.hlhams was presented with a lovely i droner guests of Mr. and Mrs. IE. Mrs. W. W. Draper was hostess to of the Swedish church. About 301 glfe" ]Righetti Wednesday. o : vzrss uarlce .oKen, WhO Wl 1 nem . group of young 00ople at home L00dry00y00oyr00 00t_pro00am and the Mrs Fred nagedorn enterta00nedlcharge of the 00usie department in on Tuesday complimenting her daugh- v,,- ,,, ur. the following little people at her home ] the city schools this year, was in r i o D h on the caion of ................. on Ferry street Thursday for the l Monroe Tuesday te , M.s ore( j, oc ,lr. ano urs. JlllS J. rmooe Will oe leasur o" iT ini "  "ri ia'  " "" " ........ p e I v g a one 'az c Dr and lvirs lmnara AmSon were her fourteenth birthday anmversary, hosts to the teachers of the mty at a H'o - f - d  r " r " " " " ........ .... j r o mnwoo , wno we e ne m tacoma me ilrst ot ne weeK, l)r. Her guests were Ehzabeth Khewer, receptmn and home-coming, Monday -uest ........................ . . g s r me weeK: nnaDeue ridge- 2(rosen was aenmng ne memcai Edith Clarke, Eleanor \\;at!dns, f.. evening, September 5, at thmT home dorn f Ev r tt D ..... in ........ r o e e , m, sy and tamer e convention in tna-G city. Wright Florence Johnson, Dogma on South Blakeley street i Selwood "'a ...... in  ari e .......... _Thnn ,A 14ln r)on, Th * * * " i , lYl rgare wal;K S, e  c lllSS tlancne aer ox lacoma, m ............................... Bad n ..... .... r y a d Peggy Heffort. At the charge of the home economi.cs depart- rooms were charmingly decorated Mrs. Wflham Johnson entertained ..........  ................. .i+h +ha l+ ,, Fl..r .d .+ ... h ; m...] .... .... close oi [ne uellgnEIu alrernoon ne men el zne Ea(llUm nlgn scnool, was .... no ess serveu a oamw mncneon a gues oz Mrs 5 L+ nooe at ne foimge. Following the pleasant hour comphmentmg Mr. Johnson on the . . . " Rhode cottage o-n "-a;e z Washington Friday, September 2, 1927. Ed White attended the Carl Swanson funeral services in Everett Tuesday. : Sanford Preston spent Sunday at his home in Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. James Caughey of So- ! attle, and Mrs. Dolan of Los Angcle.% were droner guests at the D. E i Righetti home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Devers spent Sunday in Seattle and in the after- noon enjoyed the matinee at the Fifth avenue theater. R. J. Stretch, Keith MacDougall, George Main and Frederick Main i were fishing at Lake Isabel Monday and Tuesday. : Miss Grace Larson is a guest of Miss Mildred Stretch this week. 'S. Burwell of Seattle, attended the convention for small libraries, which was held in Longview on Tuesday. Miss Margaret Bascom substituted for Mrs. Beckman at the Monroe pub- lic library during the latter's ab- sence. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ackerman re- turned Sunday afternoon from a month's motor trip through Oregon and California, which .trip took them to San Diego. The Ackermans fol- lowed the inland route on the trip down and came back by way of the coast road. They report a splendid vacation and pleasant visit with reid- tFes in various California cities. Paul Ackerman will leave tt-.e irst of the week for Salem, Oregon, where Mrs. Merle Kynell of Seattle called of games and contests, a dainty lunch- occasion of his birthday anniversary. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith entertain- last week. !on Mrs. Robert Schli'laty Saturday con was served, . Z(er guests were Mrs. Joe Lindley, led a party of friends Saturday eve-i Mrs. W. F. Griffin is the guest of t Little Charlotte Keech suffered a : idrs. Nettle Burnstad, Mr. and Mrs. I ning', the time was spent in music I her son, William Griffin, and Mrs. ] severe cut in her right arm the result Mrs. E. W. Martin of Seattle, on Earl Lindlev and family, Gone Rus-iand games, after which a lovely i Griffin, in Brinncn this week. I of a fall on a broken bottle while the occasion of her sixtieth birthday ell and thehonor guest, Mr. Johnson luncheon was served i;o Mrs. Sarah Little June Allen of Index, is visit- ] playing near her home north of town anniversary was pleasantly surprised After a pleasant social afternoon, the: Borden, Mrs. Mabel Speaks Marie! ing" wi'th her grandparents, Mr. and ].the first of the week. Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. hostess served a dainty and delicious i Carlson, Jane Alexander, Mr. and I Mrs. S. Pownatl this week. I -Mrs. H. Keech and Mr. and Mrs. L. Andrew Anderson and Mr. Anderson !uncheon, a lovely birthday cake lMrs. C. Manschreck, S. Seibert, Nell I The Misses Florence Skelton and!A. Keech and children made a busi- in Novelty, by the fcllow[,ng friends /arming a graceful centerpiece for the and Del Borden, Emma, Marie andEdih Mertz of Everett, were guests!ness trip to Seattle Monday. he will enter Willamette college Dr. F. Grant Cameron and Wallace i Murray of Naches, were guests Fri- and relatives: Carl Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Brodde Petterson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pearson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hamberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hamberg and faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Hamberg and luncheon table. I Anna Bush, Nora and Tressi.e Speaks, * * * !Esther Carlson, Martha Hazel and TheMiltonmarriageDainardOf Miss Ella Sovde Margaret Manscreck, Carl Mans- e?hid slemnized;chreck, Borden Alexander, Lee anJ was :l Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock Lyle Smith. M Cur Saviou's Lutheran church, Ev- :family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Glad and e'ett, the Rev. Carl H Nore'aard offi- 5 .......... m +" ..  ] "  r [$, 1 lrs. L. A. lkeeen eneralneu on :family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson ,qamg :ors oonn coc [rtnet ......... 7 , " .  ;, . .. rlflav aerncon or ne pmasure o and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Chris- cvoe o eacue was matron o non- h  " ......... ., , , , .. er aaugn er larlcla, WhOSe slxcfl topherson and family. Mr and Mrs. or ant ne re:ides mares were lvirs ,.r.,, ann" .... s f ..... , ........ "  m naay , lversary 1 was. .4 piea.- Mannie Carlson and fainily, Andrew, eci.t )orrow o atne and ivtrs. .  , ........... ant afternoon of games was enjoyed Olle, An(on Lind, Dick Nilson, Nick . tames. aniey Jamara o no- .... b ..... " 1 q , . .. ... , DV Jane ans err-e, utn Prances ann Pearson, Allan John'.'on, Axel Hal- , azen.,efi ne room. lvlss - . .  " - V  -  .... "r ", ; '" "  ICK I)IFKS, t.eCella anti al.V L0U 'verson, Hilding .,[aiuson, Nils and trene 15art!lolonlew ang a group o 01 on harl "t Kee " n" th" ""tie "r  I S , _, eL e cn a (J e 115 Godfrey Nilson and Mrs. Charles ChiI- it;re song's. . E. McClellan played . . . _ , guest of honm Dainty refleshments berg, all of Monroe: Eric Johnson, he weddin march. Among Monroe Mrs. Theodor Johnsn and ttihna people who wer present at the core- were served by, the hostess. Johnson, all of Ferndale; Mr. and mony were ?dr. and Mrs. W. S. Camp Torsion Anderson was surprised by Mrs. Chill Hokanson, Mr. and Mrs. and datv;hters, Misses Eileen andthirty younx' people of Swedish church Pete Ercddeso.% Edward Broddeson, Grace, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dudley Mar- Saturdav evening at the home of hi.s Albert and George Martin, Axel Beck- olaf;. " " day and Saturday at the H. C. Tooker of Yvonne Griffin Tuesday. ] Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pearson at- George Gue of Everett, called at ltended the funeral services for Carl the Herman Steffen home the first iSwanson Tuesday in Everett. of the week I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Allen of In- Mrs. Erle Titus and daughter Vir-idex, are bein congratulated on the ginia, of Mr. Vernon, were in town!birth of a daughter, August 28. over the week end, guests of relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. Ole Skoogland and Mr. and Mrs. George Walter spent i son Vernon, left on Monday for their the day in Seattle Wednesday. lhome in Cambri.dge, Minnesota, after Mrs. Maude Green, who has been a pleasant visit at the Louis DaM- quite ill and unable to be on duty at gren home. he Harmon store, this week, is get- Mrs. W. H. Clark, Mrs. H. S. i tiny alon, nicely at this wr i.n," Church, Mrs. C. It. Becknian, Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Purdy and sons spent.[ J. E. Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. A. Sunday in Snohomish and also dur- ino: the afternoon called on Mrs. Pal- mer Swenson in Everett The Misses Effie and Bernice Sudds of Everett, were guests last week of Yvcnne Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet( Griffin of home. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Peterson at- tended the dedication of the new Ev- erett-Marysville bridge. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wellin of Everett, and Mr. and Mrs. Swan Johnson, were callers Sunday afternoon at the Victor Berglund home Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Glover of .arysville, spen Sunday at the Dick Corhy home. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Peele of "Sul- tan, visited at the C. A. McMickle home Saturday evening. The Rev. Jenni.e M. Stephens has returned from a hree weeks stay in Santa Cruz, California, wh,re she was called by the serious illness of her mother in law. man, E. V. Martin, An(on Ca,.lson, Mrs. Emil Ericson and rurally, Mr. and Mrs. Nils0n, all eraSed(tie. 5h-. Martin, who is a sister of John Ham- berg of Monroe, wa: presen;ed with a lovely gift. Mrs. C. ,H. Carrie and Mrs. W. S. Camp were hostesses at a charming- ly appointed i o'clock tunehecn at . . . parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson y o  ....  ....  ,. .....  on the occasion oi' his 22nd birthday Everett visited at the W F Griffin rs.  pax, vlznt)ven t)l bile y l-  n" b -- .. :  ..... : an ver-'ary. Mr. Anderson was pro-Iheme Sunday " r (ll.qrWlC cetem'agefl nor ,evenv- ," 1 .  I " . " :.e ...... , - . snted with a level 'fit A (elimou M] n r . ,qr:t birthday anniversary on ion-i  .... Y g" " .* .,  , . a d.l s. W S Camp and ". " . ; ,. .;- .  oasKe5 luncneon was served a5 ne I (lausncel's lleen ano brace wore in (la} r In honor OI l;ne oecas]0 n sie ' -" ". ...... %. (:lose of a pleasant somal evening. Everett Wednesday afternoon. received g:rs anu congraulamns: * * * Mrs Mar,, Klatt who has ,een from relatives and friends in all parts ' . , "  ' , ....  .... s  o ...... ; Mrs. Lawna Sprau was hostess to I wtn her mother, Mrs. Countryman m /o ;s" n4ucc;aY'Jer" alt"'the he :Lady Maccabees at her home on Carnation, visited with Mrs. Emil , . ,    7.  Ferry street Thursday. A pleasant Peterson Saturday. n0l*qw OK vlrs b b 12 5 sore I c - ' " " ." " , " i aterncon was enjoyed and delicious Mr. and Mrs. Goldie Kenn of Se- M--00,Oc *t Folks! Here is your foot comfort "Service Station," not only for Everett but for your community as well. These famous comfortshoes are stocked here in all styles and sizes, and we invite you to come in and try them on. the Currie hem Tuesday. Covers were laid for the Me,dames J. h. Robertson, J. J. Cretney, E. E. John- stun, C. L. i,Teweomb, E. C. Newell, Elizabeth Huff, C. A. Mc2,1ickle, R. W. 2eliison, T. C. Cromweil, C. L. Barlow, W. C. Streissguth, F. W. Thcdinga, J. W.' Crow, P. P Cooley, I refreshments served by the hostess. ? Mildred Strateh was hostess , , , to nim young' ladies at a slumber The Tolero Rebekah lodge No. 119, party Monday evening at her home ee!ebrated their twenv-'eighth home on S.mtb Lewis street. A delectable coming" anniversary Thursday eve-. :upper was served at midnight, re> nin ' The following program was en- iowino' a pleasant evening" of games joyed: Song', "Auld Lang Syne," audi- and music, i o ,once; diaioffae, "The Census Taker," L. A. Johnson, .l. J. Reardon and * * * Eliza Malone of Everett. Bridge was Wednesday evenin at her home I Mrs. Claude Howl.It and Miss Nellie Van Asdlen; solo. Mrs. Regina Olson, enjoyed during the afternoon with on Kelsey street, Mis Geraldine accompanied by Miss Mary Hysom; Mrs. Thedi.nga receiving the award Streeter entertained at bridge for the i dialogue, "The Country Cousin," :for high score and Mrs. J. II. Robert-leasure of Miss Louise Williams, Gladys and Eva Hysom; reading, son the consolation prize, who is leaving the first of the week IKomer Lanning; trio, "Lay My Head * * for Everett. Two tables were in play, ; ,, Beneath a Ro_e and Till We Meet Mrs. Eric Hamberg was hostess at he following guests enjoying the de- Again," Mrs. L. P. err, Mrs. Regina the social tea of Dorcas Ladies Aid, iightful The Misses Grace!Olson and Walter Tucker, accom- Thursday afternoon, .in the basement Laron, Mildred Stretch, Eva Hollier i panic d by Miss Mary Hysom at the The Mission of The Retail Store-- A customer in one of our stcres recently,'confided wistfully to a saleswoman that she had "wanted a blue silk dress all her life, but somehow never seemed to think she could afford it." Thanks to modern merchandising few people nowadays have to wait years to acquire the simple pleasures and luxuries of life. The J. C. Penney company feel that a retail store should be a vital force in the life of the community with a real mission to perform.-- The mission of making it possible for millions of people to enjoy comforts which were mnce luxuries for the privileged few. Our great buying resources are exorcized to make your homes more beautiful and to enable your dollar to purchase a greater measure of contentment for your lives. New Arrivals Colored Glass Green glass sherbets and plates to match, $1.80 set of six. Green glass lug and six large tum- blers, $1.35 set. Console sets in green, blue or amber, $1.50 set, Also vases, candy iars, fruit bowls and other dishes in different colors at 75c to $1.00. i piano. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served. Vis'.tors from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sellars of Vancouver, B. C., Mr. and Mrs. Grant Itamilton of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dolloff, Mrs. Fred Frohnin, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Swal- well and Mrs. Amy Wagner, Darrold Wagner, all of Everett, and Fred Staekpole, Wallace Staekpole and George Stackpole of Wenatchee. '++ ++-# ++I-++++ " PERSONAL + ++++++++++++++++++. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Knapp of Se- attle, who have been vacationing at Mr. Baker lodge, are now visiting with Mrs. Knapp's sister, Mrs. R. L. Wilson of Duvall. Miss Frances Mossford spent the week end in Seattle visiting friends. : Betty Lou Currie is spending this week at the Lewis cottage at Lake Forest park. Mrs. J. R. Crankshaw accompanied her son Claude to/Longview Thursday for a visi in that city. Mrs. Flor- ence Henry went as far as Seattle with them and will spend the week end with friends, returning to Mon- roe Sunday evening. Annabelle Hagedorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hagedorn of Ev- erett, is a guest at the Fred Hage- dorn home this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Bennett, with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bennett, Joe, Harry, Charlotte and Margaret Bound spent several days last week on a camping trip over Whidby island, down to the Olympic pass. They re- turned on Sunday evening and report a delightful time. Miss Violet Johnson of Seattle, is a Monroe visitor this week. Mrs. /L. P. err attended the Carl Swanson funeral services in Everett Tuesday. Guests on Sunday at F. J. Evans home were Mrs. H. W. Evans, Gene- vieve Parsons and Jaclt Williams, of Everett; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoxy'and son, Mrs. Cecil Lambert, of Seattle, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evans on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Joyce spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of ,.rn. Joyce's brother, Harry Bayly and Mrs. Bayly. J. M. Busfield has constructed and placed in operation at the old swim- ming hole, Holmquist dam, a spring- board for the youngsters. Mrs. George Bump visited with her daughter Mrs. Julius Blankenberg in Everett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Bump visited relatires in Mukilteo Sunday. Miss Tina Frohning of Everett, made a short visit in Monroe Satur- day evening. Word from Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Griffith is that they are nicely settled in San Pedro, where Mr. Griffith is radi code operator on the hospital ship. Mrs. Laura B. Russell writes that she very much enjoyed her visit in Longview, and speaks of the wonder- ful school buildings, community church, of which Claude Crankshaw is organist, the $300,000 library and fine residences Mrs. Russell i,s spending thi's week with friends in Tacoma and Kent. Victor Berglund, Anton Isaacsou, Erick Olson and Carl Jacobsen spent the week end on Caman 9 island, fish- attle, were guests at the Emil Peter- son home Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Emil Peterson, Mrs. C. H. MeGlothlen, Mrs. Ellsworth Pearsall Mrs. J. B. Cabe and Mrs. C!aude F. Hewitt attended the Carl Swanson funeral services in Everett Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Billings of Mt. Vernon, spent the w6ek end in Mon- roe with Mr. and Mrs. E.-L. Billi.ngs. Jane Billings, who had spent the past week in town returned home with them. Claude Peppenger i in Kerriston this week, guest of his sister, Mrs. Jack Northrup and Mr. Northrup. Mrs. M. J. Lanning and daughter Miss Jessie, were guests of Mrs. Rob- ert Hall in Snohomish Monday eve- ning. Bob Shuler and Miss Luc}le White spent the day in Seattle Tuesday. Mrs. Olive Sprau of Tacoma is visiting with Mrs. Sprau. Mrs. Howard Watkins, Mrs. Robert Duncan, Mrs. Louis Mathey ahd Mrs. Mail us your sizeand stylewanted--we will send them to you. School Shoes that stand the strain of rough wear. We take especial care and pride in FITTING THEIR FEET RIGHT! H )ME SHOE STORE Next Door to First National Bank, EVERETT SERVICE-- RELIABILITY i 1000 vVinterCoats Colby Avenue Now Ready For Your Inspection Selections may not be every thing when one chooses a coat--but you'll agree it's a great help. And right now, with such tremendous show- ings, one is alrst sure to find just "the coat." Better buying this season brings to the patrons of this shop gTeater variety of syles, superid furs, finer workmanship and still lower prices. Let your New Coat be a Chaffee C0t and revel in its smartness. Prices for a11--$9.50 to $175. Coats $4.50 ' . Service ' Everett