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Page Six THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Friday, September 2, 1927. ml r.@ FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS * STARTUP * ÷ • .+÷÷-b÷4 ÷÷÷+÷÷÷ .÷+'H 4- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ill- man , girl Friday, August 26." Mrs. Henry W'alker and children Ruby and Victor, who have been visit- ing Mrs. Walker's sister and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger of Alberta, Canada, the past two months returned home Friday. Henry Schroder returned home from Tacoma Friday morning. Mrs. Myrtle Fox and children Law- rence and Frankie and Mrs. Arthur Shaw and son Percy of Seattle, were o'vernight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murray at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Pohl Monday. Mrs. L. H. Bartgtt and children Bonny and Margaret Ann were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Terrill Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Val Garding and chil- dren were Sultan visitors Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Startup were guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gibbon of Everett Friday evening. Mi.ss ;Lola Mathias and brother Earl and Frank Lavern of Tacoma spent several days at Lloyd Bartlett's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brickman of Aber- deen, were week end guests of Mrs. Brickman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Langer. Mr. and Mrs. Brick- man left Monday for Edmo.nton and Camrose, B. C. John Langer and son Sam left Mon- day for Camrose, B. C. to look after the interest of Mr. Langer's farm. Mrs. J. P. Firman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan and guests, Mrs. Ford and children sp, ent fleet week in Seattle as a guests of Earl Fir- man. Mr. and Mrs. John Sholo and fam- ily spent the evening Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sholo of Winter lake. ]fr. and Mrs. William Roesler mo- tored to Index Thursday and c.alled on Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bower. Mrs. J. W. Hall and Mrs. I. J. Crnmp called at the home of Mrs. W. Price and Mrs. Charles Rosbart Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Paul Scholtz and son Bernard of Everett and Mrs. Calet of Tacoma were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Minnegar Friday. Fred and Ben Stoher and Dan Leck returned home from Colfax Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Minnegar and children of Gold Bar were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Minnegar Sunday. Miss Gladys Emsley, B. R. Emsley and Julius Crawford of Seattle were dinner guests at the C. A. Cleveland home Sunday. Mrs. C. A. McDermouth of Aber- deen, who has been a house guest of her sister, Mrs. G. G. Startup return- ed home Friday. Mrs. J. F. Stretch of Snohomish spent several days last week as a guest of Mrs. C. A. Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lw ,1 and son Bobby were at Lake Roesiger Sunday. They had as their dinner guests, Mr. ! and l[rs. Ben Baldridge and children I :Helen, Doris and Dicky and Mrs. Em- ma J. Shaeffer. Miss Grace Baldridge left Sunday for Seattle where she will attend the Metropolitan Business college. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Crow mo- tored to Seattle with Mr. and, Mrs. C. Stretch and son Tommy of Monroe Wednesday. Paul Crump was an Everett busi- ness visitor Friday and spent Friday] night with his sister and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. S. Roe Malone. Merle Shadinger, who has been em- ployed at Vhaisburg for a year re- turned home Wednesday. Dee Terrill of Monroe was a guest of Lloyd Bartlett Thursday evening. :Halbert Shadinger was a guest of his mother, Mrs. Etta Shadinger Sun- day afternoon. W. Ziebell of Olym.pia was a week end guest of home folks. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kenn and l daughter of Seattle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. Kenn Sunday. Henry Pettitt of the Dicky and Wood Piling company, spent the week end with home folks at Silver lake. Guy McConnell visited over the week end with his family in Everett• :Emmett Allen attended the Rex t, heater in Sultan Sunday evening. Mrs. W. Ziebell and son Lawrence, Bill Ziebell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ziebell and son Billy attended a show at Everett Sunday evening• Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirstien of Granite Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nieffer and Mr. and Mrs. Lans of Winter lake were dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Liedka Sunday. H. D. Gunn was a business visitor in Everett Thursday. Paul Crump of Index has been laid up with a sprained shoulder the past week. Mr. and Mrs. William Schirman of Sultan and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hogle and children Doris, Reese and baby Clark were dinner geusts of Mr. and Mrs. John Reese Suhday. Mrs. W. J. Hall and Mrs. Chris Sulzle were Everett business visitors Thursday. Miss Marie Reese will leave Mon- day for Skykomish where she will re- sume her school duties• Miss Evelyn Smelke and Henry Hess of Gold Bar were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Illman Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sehirman of SuN tan were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stober Sunday. Miss Iola Crump was an over night guest of Miss Lola Smelke of Gold Bar Mnday. Mr. and Mrs. Len Luddin and chil- dren of Everett were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bremer and family Sun- day eveving. Mrs. Oakley Bowen had as her week end guest, Miss M. Kynelle (Merle Annis) of Seattle. ]Y[r. and Mrs. Eddie Hartenbower and son Keith oi Seattle called at the Lee Toney home Wednesday eve- ning. Mrs. Oakley Bowen and her guest Miss Kynelle and ,Lee Pickett of In- dex motored to Scenic and attended the dance Saturday night• i Mr. and Mrs. Carles Rossart and children Elizabeth, Loraine, Florence, l Joe and Ray were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brewer Saturday evening•! Emil Kirstine was an Everett busi- ness visiter Friday. Miss Doris Hay who has been a uest of relatives in Seattle the past; :we weeks returned home Saturday. Miss Jessie Giddings and Harry Pr:,pp of Seattle were week end guests of Mrs. A. Giddings. They were ac- companied home by Miss Alberta Studeman who has been a guest of ralatives several weeks. Val Garding of Wallace Falls was a week end guest_ of home folks. Mrs. Casper Bittdor called at the Giddings home Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Shroeder ,f Gold Bar called on her sister, Mrs. Reid Gid- dings Sunday. The Live Wire club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Gunn Wednesday, September 7. All mem- bers are requested to be present• Mrs. Reid Giddings visited with her sister, Mrs. Albert Studeman in Se- attle a few days last week. From there she motored to Vancouver, B. C. with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Frazer of Seattle• Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kirstine and children Alvin and Rose motored to Everett and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nickodam. Mrs. Gus Riemland who has been suffering with a sore thumb caused by a small growth had the growth removed last week, five stitches be- g required, is improving. Mrs. Riemland is assisted with her home work by Miss Anna Gotzke during her illness. Mrs. Emel Kerstine and daughter Rose and Mrs. I. J. Crump were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Riem- land Friday. Miss Magdalene Klingbiel of Sul- tan was a dinner guest of Reverend Schmid and Mrs. Schmid Sunday• Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Doolittle and daughter Doris were guests of Mrs. Mike Schindler Sunday. Mrs. Emil Kirstine and duughter Rose will leave for Portland Friday to remain a month as a guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jaceb Jadiske. Mrs. Kirstine will also stop over at Port Angeles to visit a brother. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. M9rd'oek and children of Monroe were dinner uests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brewer: Sunday. Miss Bertha and Elinor Arndt were dinner guests of Miss Alberta Stude- man at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Reid Giddings Sunday• i Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Cannon of Sultan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brewer Sunday evening. ,÷÷÷÷÷÷+÷÷÷÷k÷+÷+• * GOLD BAR * ÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷ Charles Wesson White died at his home Monday after being in poor health six years, but confined to his bed only six days. Mr. White was born in Muscota, near Topeka, Kan- sas, October 24, 1875. He was mar- ried to Leota M. Connett on August 23, 1905, and leaves besi.des his wife two children, Mrs. Robert Bantu of! Grotto and, Charles Spencer, who lives with his parents. He is survived also] by his mother, Mrs. Margaret White I and two sisters, Mrs. Kate Jordan and Mrs. Isabelle Benthine of Leaven-i worth, Kansas; a sister, Mrs. Emma! • • • "• I Prickett of Kansas City, Me, another smter, Miss Mary White of Eyanston, I Ill.; and two brothers, Albext' of St. Joseph, M,o., and Stephen of Spicer, ! Minn. Mr. White was a Master Mason and a member of the Eastern Star lodge• The funeral was held Wed- nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Purdy funeral home. Interment at Odd Folllows cemetery, Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, Cough ann "daughters, Foe and Lola drove to Mt. Vernon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Collins ad Mr. and Mrs. George Muth of Sultan motored to Lake Stevens Sunday. Mrs. Carl Holberg is visiting at the home of Miss Lorena Muth of Sultan. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Udell drove to Lake Stevens Sunday. Mrs. Carl Holberg spent the week end at Skykomish at the home of Falls camp visited, at the home of Mrs. Mary Clemons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Richards and daughters of Everett spent Sunday afternoon at the Fred Gregg home. Mrs. William Bowers and son Wil- liam and daughter Mary Alma of Skykomish visited at the home of Mrs. Mary Clemens before leawg for Acme, where they will visit sev- eral days at the home of Mrs. Bow- er's 'brother, Clarence Clemens and family. Harold Phelps returned Sunday morning from Cascade where he has been visiting his father, Luther Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. lo,y Brown motored to Aberdeen Saturday evening, where they Msited friends. Carl Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hayes celebrated their birthdays with a trip to Seattle Thursday. Mrs. M. Ryan of Mukiltee, is spend- ing a week with Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Dubuque. V¢. F. Ulrich and son Donald left Sunday for a motor trip through Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. James Thain and Frances, Buddie and Jimmie spent Sunda.- with Mrs. Thaiu's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jacobsen. Mike Bradburn is laying off for a few days with an injured leg. Mr• and Mrs. Meechum and son Billy of Seattle called' at the Hast- ings home Sunday. Thurston Sager of Tacoma is visit- ing Index friends this week. Fern and Dexter Liles are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Basil Jiles of Skyko- mish for a week. +÷÷+÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷ 4* SKYKOMISH ÷ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Banta of ÷++++++÷+÷+÷++÷+÷÷÷ Grotto spent the week end at the l home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. One of the heaviest rain falls of C. W. White. I the season visited us Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. William Fornoe and land Wednesday, doing much good for son Bi.lly of Marysville called at the i late gardens and pasture and putting M. B. Whiteman home Sunday• I out many smouldering forest fires. Miss Dorothy Lanegan of Everett Thanks to our city board, the nar- was a Sunday guest at the Frank row places in the road leading into Shmelke home Sunday• and out of town have been widened Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Gould of and newly graveled• The county is Grotto called at the George Lambert doing a few dollars worth of work home Sunday. land the state is giving a little and Harold Lambert is spending a week it all helps to make a better road in Seattle with his brothers and sis-I though we are ters. l even not getting proper Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mohr and daugh- ] departments.aSsistance from the county and state ter Pauline left for their home in Se- i The Stevens Pass Sweet Shop has attle Tuesday after visiting at the home of E. A. Vallad for a week• i been leased by Mrs. Hendrickson, who is now operating the business. in the home ef her daughter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sulton` A. Lobdell who has been very ill for the past four months returned home Monday from Everett where he has been a patient in Providence hos- pital. He is slowly but surely re- covering. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Dean of Fort- son are guests of their daughters, Mrs. Cy Wright and Mrs. A. J. Stan- ton for a while before locating in mill work• everal Skyites attended the big dance at Scenic Saturday night and report a pleasant time. Mrs. A. H. Strandrud was up from Seattle most of last week• Misses Ruth and Lisle McIntyre are Everett visiters this week. Supt. Johnson and wife and Mrs. Isabel Lawrence left Thursday for at- tendance at King County Teachers in- stitute in Seattle for two days. Mrs. Isabel Lawrence and sons Ed- ward and Harry and daughter Mac have returned from a two months i stay at Pleasant Beach on Bainbridge island• Mrs. Lawrence is our very efficient primary teacher. ÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷+÷÷÷÷4÷ ÷÷÷÷+÷+÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷4÷ Mr. and Mrs. F• M. Douglas spent a few days in Monro.e visiting rela- tives and friends. The Duvall M. E. Ladies' Aid so- ciety met at the home of Mrs. C. B. Hall Thursday. Mrs. Lores Roe ]s visiting in Seattle for several days. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Sanders of Cashmere spent Thursday night with I their friends, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stapleton. Mrs. Parmley and children of Se- attle are visiting with Mr. an5 Mrs• S. A. Bourke this week. Roy Payne of Concrete visited his si.ster, Mrs. Wesley Chapman and family last Sunday• Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chapman and Mrs. Cora Roney visited Mrs. Alison of Carnation Sunday• Mrs. William Brennan returned home Saturday night from a week's visit with friends in Vancouver, B. C. Betty Gainer of Snohomish is visit- ing her cousin, Mrs. James Wallace, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Boyd of Au- burn were in town Friday renewing old acquaintances. William Funk and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leake, Mr. and Mrs. Schuler and Ethel of Duvall, Mrs. Ziebell, Arnold Ziebell of Tacoma, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Addleman and children of We- natchee spent the week end with their (Continued on page 7) LESLIE HUNSAKER Licensed Hair Cutter LADLES SCHOOL STUDENTS HAIR CORRECTLY CUT LATEST SHINGLES 25c Roberts Street--West Side of Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barbeau of Sky- I komish visited at the Ed Minnegar! Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have pur- home Tusday also on Thursday chased the A. H. Strandrud residence. where they were accompanied home This is one of the largest and most by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reed. i modern homes in the valley and will Mr. and Mrs. Ben Minnegar and 'make the Taylor$ a fine, comfortable children cf Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. abode. Oscar Bradley and children Lucille  Ralph Cashman returned home Fri- • • day from a several days visit to Se- and James of Seattle and Bill Mmne- _ . . . . attle and near by places o mCeres gar of Startup, called at the home - ' • I Miss Jennie Sheridan of Seattle is of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Minnegar Thurs-iassisting in the care of her mother day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Pearson and at her sister's home here. Mis Sheri- Tom Knuteson motored to Monroe dan is a most excellent nurse. The Bootery 2825 Colby Avenue, Everett Saturday• Mr. and, Mrs. Albin Pearson, E. A. Vallad and Tom Knuteson motored to Index Sunday evening• Mr. and Mrs. Robert Banta and Mrs. C. W. White m¢,tored to Monroe Saturday evening• Mrs. Albert Denolf and Mrs. Ed- wards of Seattle motored to Vancou- ver, B. C. Friday, returning Monday• Alver Isham motored to Everett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Covert and baby of Everett have returned home after spending a week at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Patty. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cough and fam- ily moved to Mt. Vernon Monday. Mrs. Henry Brooks and little daughter Mary Jane returned Sunday after spending a week in Seattle at the home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Skinner and Mr. Skinner• Mrs. S. C. Draggoo, Mrs. Verne Jewell, Mrs. Fred Osterholtz and Mrs. C. W. White were business visitors in Monroe Monday. Mrs. Lloyd Hunsaker and daughter Vivian and Mrs. Mary Stevens left Sunday for Everett-where they will spend several days at the home of Mrs. Hunsaker's sister, Mrs. Roy Mc- Laughlin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Endicott and little son, Jerry, jr., spent the week end cn Whidby island, at the home of Mr. Endicott's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rayner and Miss Marjore Kreider of Mercer island visited at the heine of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kreider Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Banta of Grot- to, arrived Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Banta's father, Charles Wesson White• ++÷÷+++++÷++++÷++ ÷ 4, 4 • INDEX INDICATORS * ÷ ÷ ÷÷÷÷÷÷÷+÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷+ r. and Mrs. C• C• Hayes made a business trip to Seattle Wednesday. Mrs. G. G. Montgomery and son Charles arrived Friday from Auburn to spend, several weeks with Mr. Montgomery at camp 3. Mr. and Mrs. George Whittaker came up from Everett Saturday and accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hazen, L. H. Egbert and daughter Ruby spent Sunday on the Tolt trail. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rouse went to Tacoma Saturday returning Sunday with their children Lois, Jean and Miss Mildred Cromer. .......... _ Milton who have been visiting there Mr aria vlrs donn urotL • , ^_ , .... , , ..... 1.. vallau ann lom znur, eson were luncn- Arthur aay" spent the week end con guests at the home of Mr. and ..... in eal;zle Mrs. Albin Pearson Sunday. Mr n" r Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cough and I . a.d M . Lee Drake, lr. and daughters weTe droner" guests .... at the Mrs C W White" and children" came home of Mrs Couh's sister Mrs  uu from Everett Saturday for a short • tb , • . . . Taylor and family at Index. vlmt with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams. Mr. and, Mrs. William Murphy and Mrs. Paul Carrari and daughter children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dck-, Norma June and Patricia of MuM.l- son and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and children o Sultan, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Albee and children of Sultan motored to Cottage lake Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. William Murphy and children and Mr. and, Mrs. Walter Dickson and children were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reni of Sultan Saturday evening. Miss Evelyn Cyr and Arthur Lam- bert of Seattle spent last week at the home of Mr. and M. George ,Lam- bert. Ralph Lambert and Frank Brunnie of Seattle were week end guests a the George Lambert home. George Lambert and Frank Schmelke motored to Everett Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barbeau of Sky- homish visited at the home of Mrs. Barbean's sister. Ms. F Minnegar and family Sunday• Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kenn of Se- attle called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Minnegar Sunday• Earl Lago visited in Everett Mon- day. ' Miss Bernice Clemens of Skyko -! mish and Bob McElvey of Wallace tee arrived Thursday for a visit at the Charles Hastings home. Mr. and Mrs. N. Rudebeck and son Harry and Howard, Riley made a :business trip to Everett Thursday. Misses Alyce Hastings and Ruby Egbert spent Monday hiking to the Starr Soda springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knutson returned Sunday from a several days trip to Mr. Rainier. Mrs. Martha Kinder of Everett visited Mrs. Ed Liles from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. Frank Anderson an family called at the Jo,hn Wester home Sunday. Frank Snell spent the week end at his home in Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alsop and chil- dren Kathryn and Stanley spent tha week end with friends in town. Mrs. Paul Carlson and Violet Carl- son made a business trip to Everett Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and son Raymond and, Mrs. Art May and daughter Fern attended the dance at Sultan Saturday evening. Lee Taylor of Baring and Hazel Roaney accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fournier at-  tended the funeral of Mrs. Ray Mush- er in Monroe Thursday. i Mrs. Winegar of Everett was the guest for a week of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Campbell. i John Maloney, sr., was a Seattle :business visitor Friday. Miss Mamie Strandrud spent last week at the McIntyre and Howell homes. John Maloney, jr., was an Everett visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Durr spent Tuesday in Everett. The M. W. A. dance given Saturday evening was well attended and the best of order prevailed. The Skyko- lians rendered plenty of good music. Miss Peggy Osborn of Seattle was a week end guest of Skykomish friends. Miss Marjori Maloney returned Friday from a several days trip to Seattle• i • Several Skyites attended the" circus m Seattle Wednesday but all make the same report that the circus was not as good as in former years. Mrs. G. H. Cashman and son Ralph spent Tuesday in Evereft. James Sheridan was here Monday from Seattle to see his mother, who is ill. Mrs. Sheridan was taken suddenly ill last Sunday and suffered, a quite severe stroke but is now rapidly re- covering from the same. She is re- ceivi'ng the best of care and nursing Fashionable Footwear for Women $5 O0 $6.0057.00 Agency for The Flexridge Shoe Red Goose Shoes For Children OU'LL want toownthenew Walt for Ford because of its speed,plck-up,com- the fort, safety, stamina NT_. EW ----and because it is t such agood-looking c00r. T00oro's FORD the European touch in the smart, low, trim lines of the new ,Ford Monroe Motors R.. I. NICHOLS Telephone 1311 @