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THE MONROE MONITOR Page Thrc00 VOTE FOR... FRANK R. JEFFREY --a lifelong Republican, liberal and pro- gressive --a man with no unhealthy or entangling alliances --a man who can win for he party in November --a resident of both the ease and west sides REPUmC^N U. S. SENATOR W Monroe, Wash., Friday, September 7, 1934. ++++++++++++++++ + : S0ClETY ++++++++++++++++ MANY PEOPLE CONGRATU- The Swedish Ladies' Aid will be l)r. A. M. Zai'emba, wilh his sisler, held next week, Se])l, ], al the ]1onlo Miss Agnes, who is a teaeller at (If Ml'S. ,fOllll BIooI|I on Ch;Irles slreet. Blain(,, visited at the 11o]11(, of Iris par- All in,nfl)el's are requ('slo(I to bring ents 111 Clipper over Ill(, week en(t va. hmch. An invilalien is exhmded hi all calion. to all.end who cares to (h) so. Tile + + + tussling will be 'in [lie aflernooll at 2 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Calul) wer(! buM- o'clock, ness visitors in Seattle Tuesday. Miss + + + Grace Calnp, Miss Edith Chalfin and Phiieo radios. Monroe Music and!Miss Bobble ledlund went on to Ta- Arts. 22-1f coma for the (lay. + + + , * * $ Mrs. Oscar Carlson is vlsiling wilh Read llle big, new, .i-page Fiction her nmther, Mrs. Charles Chilberg. Section every Sunday in the Seattle Her home is in Oregon. Post-Intelligencer. + 4- Wringer rolls and repairs for all + + + Masters Harry and Leo Bennett left makes of washing machines. R.C.A. Radiotron tubes. Used washing me- last wek end for Hubbard, Oregon, chines, cheap, slightly used electric where they will attenli school there cream separator. Guaranteed electric again and Inake their home with their work of all ldnds. Give us a trial. Bor- grandfather, C. M. Crilienden. + + eli's Electric Shop. . 22-tf Miss Deb Connolly spent Sunday + + + Victor Berglund and Emil Jolmson and Labor (lay in Seattle. attended the Vase state convention in + + Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wolfe and Bellingham on Saturday, Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Howard SInalley hiked Monday. They returned home Monday 1o Bench Mark, which is eleven miles night. They were official delegates -from "Monroe. above the Soda Springs. It was a + + + pretty stiff hike but the scenic beaut- String and accessories for all lnstru- tes around Bench Mark made it well ments. Monroe Music & Arts. 22-tf wortl{ while. Bench Mark is at an alti- + + + tude of 5,815 feet. Mr. and Mrs. Itarry C. Weinker of + + + Mrs. Myrtle Nelson, a former Men Seattle and their two younger sons were calling on Monroe friends on roe lady, visited this past week wltll Tuesday. Mrs. S. K. Paul and other Monroe + + 4- friends. Mrs. Nelson left Tuesday fo For Sale--Excellent prunes. Ripe a visit tn Seattle. now. Pick them yourself. Mrs. Wm. : + + + Johnson, Tualco. 24-tf The Rebekah District No. 6 meet + + ing will be held in Stanwood, Satur- The Misses Emma Bosch, Linnea day, Sept. 8. A number of local Re- and Cecilia Johnson of Monroe, with bekah lodge nlembers will attend. Mrs. P. I. Gamble of Snohomish spent Mrs. Margaret Bascom is chairman, several days at Madrona beach on Mrs. S. B. Moore, challlain. New offi- Camano Island the week before last. cers will be elected. The young ladies report a most en- + 4- + joyable time. The Iragic death of Gene Smith, age + a. + 7, and Ray Moberg, 3, in Everett, Sun- Wanted--4 cows, young Guernseys. day morning early, when the home of Thoroughbred young Guernsey bull for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moberg was des- trade. Max Ritzenthaler, Route 2, troyed by fire, calls to mind that the Monroe. 25-3t mother of the two snmll boys lived for + + 4- a number of years In Monroe and will Teachers of the lllgh and grade be remembered by friends as h'ene scllools of Mom'oe attcnded teachers' Bercot. The children were alone in institute held at Everett on Tuesday. tim home when the fh'e broke out. + + + + Sheet music. Monroe Music & Arts. David Camllbell of Everett was in 22-tf Monroe Tuesday attending the funer- + + al of Iris former sehoohuale and Mrs. Harry Bayly visited several friend, Powell Henry. Mr. Campbell days the past week at the heine of Was one of the i)allbearers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kneiss in Everelt. + + + + + A. De.Rooy, with his fanfily, nnlved The Auxiliary of the American Le- to Monroe from lNertfll, last week. glen will hold their first meeting of Mr. DeRooy will have charge of the lhe conling year in the Legion hall Great Northern Greenhouses. They! next Tuesday, SepteInber 11, at 8 will reside in Park Phtce, having o'clock. 'l'he ln'esident ilopes that purchased the old Shepherd llhtce cvery member will inake a Sllecial ef. from Harvey Williamson. The house fort to be presenl, is situated on llle hill, giving a splen- + + (lid view of tile country around. Mr. The County-Wide Ladies' Denmerat. DeRooy hopes to make it one of the ic Club will meet tills evening (Fri, most attractive places in this locality. (lay) Sept. 7, at 8 o'clock in Everett Mr. and Mrs. DeRooy are the parents at their usual meeting place, Unity of seven daughters and three sons Center rooms, Hewitt avenue. A full two in high school. The Monitor wel- attendance is desired, comes the family to Monroe. + + . + + the day. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson and son Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Aldridge of ENTERTAINS FACULTY Arnie spent the Labor Day vaeatlon Port Orchard spent Friday in Mom'oe AT TEA MONDAY at Roekport. visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Waltz enter- tained the members of the high school fat c tl ty r at t2:o on S oMut h d aLYe w fs t e:'tn: O . Monroe AVA L 0 N Thealre 2ta]:t?';ufchP]Tl::ngtu;istl:i::gerfllw; tl and Mrs. H. L. Squibb, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phone---- eg,  Phone-- Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 1313 ANY ,  TIME 1S1 Bates, Mrs. M. C. Reardon, Mrs. Lau- rence MacDougall, the Misses Martha 2--FEATURES---2 AND NEWS JOHN HALLIDAY KITTY KELLY WOMAN'S MAN JACK OAKIE DOROTHY DELL SHOOT THE WORKS With Ben Bernie's Orchestra Plus-- LATE REV. AND MRS. ALLEN :ON 25TH ANNIVERSARY Aboltt fifty people gather(,d at the Methodist l)arsonage during the after- noon and evening of August 30, to ex- tend to Rev. and Mrs. Harry l,. Allen their congratulations upon lheir 25th + The Puyallup Fair + + Is Near At Hand .......... + September :171h brings the opening of the thirty-fifth ammal Western + Wasifington Fair at l)tlyallul I wimn for seven days and seven nights the fair becomes what is termed the great that takes eonlplete advantage of her show windbw of Western Washing- unusual talents as top-notcll commed- ton's agricultural and industrial re- lenne. sources. In addition the Puyallullshow tier new picture is [he Mctro-Gohl- for seven days also presents the greatest of aulusenlent features pos- wyn-Mayer llroduction, "The Gh'l sible lo asseInble. From Missouri," which opens Tuesday 'The Girl from Missouri' wi,h a sev,'n.,enilieee band i. a I swanky cabaret. To Be Seen Here Tues./ In real life Bernie had worked with ........ [bands hero and there until he got his After a seven IUomhs absence fron fil'st big break. He found a st,'auded the screen, plathmm-blonde Jean Har- collegiate ban(t, and h)ok lhem to the low returns in a rollicking ilicture Roosevelt ]Iohd iu New York in 1923 l'or a five-week eugagelllent Wllteh wedding anniversary. The living rooms Fair officials report lhat all exhi- of the parsonage were beautiful with bits and sales space has been taken autmnn flowers, the gifts of some of and that the forty exhibit buildings Monroe's homes. Mrs. George Roup will be filled to overflowing tiffs sent. a large basket of dahlias; DeFey- ter's Pai'k Place Greenhouse sent dah- lias, asters and Zinnias, while dahlias also came froul Mrs. P. J. Rhoades and Mrs. F. E. Countrynmn. Mrs. Effie Shipp brougilt asters and the Kiwanis Club of which Rev. Allen is a member ran unlil 192. Later he was at the Hotel S]lerluau ill Chicago for another live years, meanwhile eliInbing to ra(lio falue. --"Buy American!"-- Every Sun(lay! Big News, Four Page Fiction Section in the Seattle sent a beautiful bouquet of gladiolus. Tim guests spent most of tim time visiting and getting better acquainted with the Allens and their family. However, both afternoon and evening there was a short musical program. In the afternoon Miss Orlena Young year with agricultural and horticul- tural displays, Fine Art, flowers, dairy I)roducts, Women's exhibits, automo- biles, trucks, tractors, state resources, national and state parks government displays, schools, draft horses, beef and dairy herds, swine, sheep and sang two numbers, "Make o' Mine," racing, rodeo, bringing together the and "At Dawning," accompanied by champion buckers and champion rid- Mrs. L. B. Waltz, who also gave a ers of the United States and Canada piano solo, "Waltz Caprice." In the six circus acts, motorcycle racing, live evening, Miss Young sang again by re- stock l)arades, draft horse driving ex- at the Avalon theatre. The picture was writtcn especially for Miss Hailow by Anita Lees and John Emerson. As Eadie Chapman, the ambitious showgirl who bccame a social climb- er, Miss Harlow gives one of the most entertaining perforumnces of her car- eel'. Her big ambition is to marry a roll- ])ost-hltelligencer. Be sure to get yours tiffs week. 26-2t + + + The Monitor will take a sack of sweet corn for canning on subscrip- tion. 25-tf quest tile songs of the afternoon anti also "I Love You Truly," with Mrs Waltz for her accompanist. Miss Jew- ell Countrynmn delighted the group with two piano numbers, "Oh, Joy" and "To the Sun." Mrs. Effie Shipp, Mrs. O. L. Morse Mrs. Frank Countryn)an and Mrs. L. H. Young presided at lhe urn, serving the guests tea. Ont of town guests were, Rev. and Mrs. George Frame, Everett; Mrs. Al- len's brother and wife, Adin E. Mar- latt, Seattle; and Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Pflaum, Seattle. Rev. and Mrs. Pflaum and Adin E. Marlatt were also pres- ent 25 years ago when Rev. and Mrs. Allen were married. The Aliens were the recipients of many cards and letters of congratuht- toins, as well as some more substan- tial l'enienlbI'ances, among which was a beautiful electric waffle iron from the members of the Methodist church. They wish to exlend their iimnks and appreciation to those who hellled to make tile occasion sucll a joyous one. * * $ Conqflimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Sehalkau of Spokane, a number of relatives gathered at the hoilm of Robert Schallau an(l enjoyed (tinner and a family reunion. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Carler of Beverley Park, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schalkau of Seattle, Mrs. Elsie Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Devers and Robert Schallau. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Camp, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fey and their (hmghter, Miss Lillian, their son Hen- goats, rabbits, poultry, displays by lionah'e for she is determined to have merchants and nmnufacturers, live financial securily along with the wed- fish and game and many other educe- ding ring. tional departments. She becomes engaged to one middle- The grandstand program this year aged bacimlor, but he commits suicide will cover nearly three hours after- a few minutes after acknowledging noon and night and will Include horse the engagemen't. She next centers her ry Fey and small son,Pall of Seattle, Kelth MacDougall and Miss Grace Camp, spent Labor Day at Lake Roe- siger, where boating, swimming and a fine picnic dinner was the order of Fear and Eva Dietrich, Glen Trail and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Streissguth. The tea tables were very attractive with bouquets of late summer blooms. CELEBRATES SIXTH BIRTHDAY Joletta Means entertained a party' of her little friends on Saturday from 3 to 6 o'clock to celebrate her 6th birthday. A joyous afternoon of games and sports, was enjoyed by Misses Joan Taylor, Shirley Parent, Betty Jean Sicldes, Idella Borden, Charlotte Swenson, Anne Tucker, Joyce Farm- hibitions, bands, United States army fealures and other thrilling events. New attractions have been added to the Fairway, the fair's own six- acre amusement zone and this year there will be many new and spectacu- lar rides, games and shows. The Fair- way is beautifully lighted at night and should be visited by all Fair patrons say Fair directors. All exhibit buildings have been painted, the new main gates are ready and Fair officials headed by President W. A. Linklater promises one of the biggest and best of all Western Wash- ington Fah's from Sept. 17 io 23. "Buy American !" Senate Candidate Washington-Born Reno Odlin is closing his campaign for the Republican nonliuation for Uniled States Senator, i)lanning to ina[(e his htst sl)eech eitimr in the c, ounty of his birth, Skagit, or the county of his adoption., Thurston. The two counties were hu'gely responsible for his candidacy but neitller has made Inuch demnad on his time. Bolh organized promldly for his support and each has exlonded its influence outside county bouudarles, Thurstou iaking tile lead in entire Southwest. Mr. ()dlin's has been a striking canll)aign for lie has net deviah,(] IToIll lhe original phm lie outlined. Ite ilas been courtcous to all opponents, 1)lain-sl)oken in all matters concerning himself or his candidacy and disl)as- stonately analytical in dealing with the national administration. His sense of humor has sltved hinl from serious controversy. But he has met the peo- ple and has i)romlsed to return to them in the general election camllalgn. Having been born in Skagit county Mr. Odlin is well acquainted with his state. He was a student in the State University when 'the Mexican trouble arose and went to the border as a corporal in Co. F, the University unit in the old 2nd Washington Infantry. attentions upon Lionel Barryinore, a financial and political power in na- tional affairs, and inadvertently falls in love with Barrynmre's son, phtyed by Franchot Tone. Miss IIarlow finally "gets her man," but only after a series of hilarious sit- uations, one of whlcll hmds her be- hind jail bars, the viclim of a frame- up. Barrymore plays the character of T. R. Paige, the eapitalisl, whose politi- cal aIipofntment is ahnost ruined by one of Eadie's l)ranks. Tone appears as Barryulore's SOIl, Toni, and wins new ScI'eeu honors as one of tile Inost persistent lovers seen upon the screen ill nlany nloulhs. Palsy Kelly, the "hard-boiled" show girl--who was htst seen as Marion Davies' pal in "Going Hollywood"-- has a siInilar role as Harlow's girl friend and COml)aniou ill |]l(  uew pic- ture. Btql I]el'nie, Of nlusical faille, fea- tured in Paramount's "Shoot the Works," eouling Sunday to the Awtlon theatre, revealed lhat his own career has nol been unlike lhe l)art lie l)]ays in this, llis first motion picture. In the film Bernie l)lays a balld leader. He stal'ts with a five-l)iece or- chestra tn the small-tilue, and finishes Made for You Wear clothes that are smsrtly tailored for YOU alone by Be assured of correct fit, smart style, distinctive hbrics, 9uaranteed satisfaction, eml economyl See the new patterns. Send Us Your Dry Cleaning GE0. E. SMITH PHONE 1701 - - MONROE (Paid Adv.) Later he went overseas with the same outfit; spent19 months at the front, When An Auto was commissioned for merit and re- ceived a Croix de Guerre on behalf of a platoon he commanded. At home he 'was anearlyeommanderoftheAna. Accident Occurs cortes post in American Legion and later while state commander the Le- gion launched its child welfare work. Mr. Odlin also has been trustee in the Seattle Chapter of the Red Cross and now carries on welfare work as treasurer and trustee of the Washing- ton State Conference for Social work. He is married and has two children Born in a farming district, one of Mr. Odlin's conspicuous business suc- cesses has been to lend first aid to the farmers' co-operative nmvement. He'was fitted for practical advice thru training in finance and business management. His closest ]'elations with farm problems came after he went from Seattle to Olyinpia in re- sponse to the late Mark E. Reed's in- vitation that he take over the man- whether trivial or serious, claims against the owner are as- serted on account of real or alleged injuriea to persons and damage to property. Belief that he ia not to blame WiLL NOT HELP THE OWNER THEN, but adequate Liability and Property Damage Insurance Will Relieve Him of His Worries. The insurance company assumes the burden of difficult negotiations, adjustments and defense of suits and pays losses within policy limits. OTTO KRUGER NANCY CARROLL SPRINGTIME FOR HENRY The Life of J0hn Dillinl00er A 2-reel subject condemn- ing crime. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11-12-13 SULTAN JOANBLoNDELL Convention City SATURDAY, SUNDAY, SEPT. 8-9 agement of a new bank which Mr er, Masters Kermie Lund, Craigue Reed organized for his own native Kh'by, Allen and Phlllip Tucker, Blllie city. Mr. Odlin has been in'eminent in Shay, Jack Swenson and the hostess civic work and knows congressional Jolettt Nixon. A delicious out door practices. He is a clear, logical think- luncheon with birthday cake and oth- er; clean-minded and courteous. er goodles was enjoyed. The little hostess received some very pretty gifts. "Buy American!"-- The fh'st meeting of the P.-T. A. will be held at the Monroe grade school Thursday afternoon, Sept. 13. The program committee is happy to announce that they have been assured of a most interesting lecture by Dr. Lecoq of the Orthopedlc hospital, Se- attle. All mothers, whose children merited blue ribbons at the spring clinic, are asked to have the children there to receive their ribbons. Tea will be served by the committee. Hemstitching WHILE YOU WAIT Cloth - covered buttons, buckles, pleating. Expert Mending, Plain Sewing and Alterations IRENE BENNETT Art Needle Work 110 Ferry St., - - Monroe + + 4- Buster Fox picked the day following Labor Day for his big parade. On Harry H Welhr Tuesday he took his father and moth- , er and cousin, Irene Fox, and Mrs. Joe Pearson on a trip to Yakima, and when it ls told they left at 7 in the morning and were back at five, one knows they dtd not tarry on the way, but his father ,who has been badly crippled up this past year or so claimed to be ready for another such a trip the next morning. 4-+4- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Keech were La- bor Day visitors tn Portland, Oregon. For County Clerk (Democratic Primaries) 1220 Colby Avenue Phone Black 919 (Paid Adv.) Insure with BASCOM & BASCOM, Agents 113 W. Main StreetMonroe, Washington Phone-- 1223 .. For.. S. & S. Auto Freight Service Leaves Monroe in the Morning. Leaves Seattle at Noon.