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PA(gE FOUR Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Sept. 22, 1960 Letters To The Editor September 21, 1960 Editor Monrce ,Monitor Monroe, Washington I would like to use your letter to the editor cohmm, as the mayor of this conmmuity, to extend my best wishes to George Kopper and Allyn Finlayson in their new Ooast-to- Coast Store at. the corner of Main and Lewis Streets. Their estabhsh- ment is a .real asset to this corn- munity and town officials recog- nize it as such. This is not to say that we :rove not also taken note of many other improvements to the Town of Man- of late have been most welcome improvements to the Town of Man roe. Sincerely, Rdbert K Folhs { Mayor Westland&apos;s Hedqtrs. Plans Open House An open house will be held in the now campaign headquarters of Congressman J.ack Westland, 2819 Wetmore Street, Everett-, Friday afternoon, September 23, from two to four o'clock. Honor guests will be Congressman and Mrs. Jack Westland, recently arrived from Washington, D. C. Women volunteers for Westland will serve coffee and eoakies to all who attend the open house. Deep ,appreciation for the large vote accorded him in the primaries was voiced by Congressman West- land upon his arrival in Everett. "I appreciate the eoidence e- pressed in me and in my program for the continued betterment of the Seoond O0ngressional District," Congressman Westl.and said. "I pledge that I will continue Lo work unceasingly for our district and for the American way of life." All voters in the Second Congres- sional District are invited ta attend Friday afternoon's open house and meet both Congressman Westland and Mrs. Westland. Too Late to Classify under FOR SALE FOR SALE: Cub tractor, Interna- tional arvester with attach- ments. SYcamore 3-2505, Ray Pass. 34-1tp under WANTED: WANTED TO BUY: JUNKER. '52 Kaiser, 2dr. sedan. Must have good glass. Will pay cash. Call PY 4-3360 34-1tp FOR . . . - CIVIC MUSIC ASSOC. can MEMBERSHIPS Mrs. Gene Ernster, PY 4.4373 Mrs. S. E. Blinks, PY 4-6s3z PARK PLACE NEWS NOTES 2,000 Acre Park Created In Mountain Area Claude Werrall of Seat.tie spent a couple of days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Worrall, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fl'ank Haight of Seattle were callers at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Pearson on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Walters and amily of North Dakota visited at Nearly 2,000 acres of state-owned land in a .primitive mountain area of Snohomish County will become Vaaingtn's first alpine wilder- ness state park. State Land Commissioner Bert Cole announced today he was set- ting aside a total of 1,920 acres of state land in the Mount Pilchuck vicinity for the new park. The ac- tion is being taken, Cole said, at the request of the Washington .State Parks and Recreation Commission. The only commercial develop- ment to be permitted in the new park, Cole said, will ,be the exten- sion of ski lift facilities from a nearby ski odge already in opera- tion in the Mount Baker National Forest under a special use permit. WithAhe exception of a few trails to be developed over dangerovz areas, the park is to be kept as primitive as possible, the land com- missioner explained. The area, he said, includes the 20 Lakes Basin, the home of her cohsins, Mr. nd along with Summit, Pinnacle and Mrs. Charles Dennis and family on- Hempel lakes. Sunday. The Walters have also The park will be accessible by been visiting various other friends and relatives in the Monroe area. Mrs. E. J. Blear returned home Saturday rom Calgary, Al,berta, Canada, after a seven-week visit. She also visited friends in Spokane. Monroe Seaman Attends Pacific Meet San Francisco, Calif.--Carl Er- ley, quartermaster seaman, USN, son of Mrs. L. Earley of 223 S. Madison st., Monroe, serving a- beard the ocean minesweeper USS Persistent, attended the third an- nual Pacific Festiv, al held in San, Francisco, Calif., SePt. 9 to 18. The Pacific Festival is designed to foster mutual understanding and cultural relations among the peoples of the Pacific. More than 40 nations were represented ab the celebration this year. U. S. Navy participation in the event included a fleet review stag- ed by more than 20 ships of the U. S. First Fleet, "open houses" a- board various ships which provided thousands of civilians n opportun- ity to get a .first hand look at their Navy, and numerous civic unctions at which Navyrnen were guests of honor. Commander of the First Fleet is Vice Admiral Charles L. Melson. trail from the PilChuck ski lodge to the Mount Pilchuck lookout, with trails then leading from the lookou into the primitive area which is located approximately 20 air miles northeast ,of Everett.. The new park will be adjacent to several thousand additional acres df alpine recreation area in the southerly portion of the Mount Ba- ker National Forest, Cole pointed 2'out, , Calendar M 0 N R 0 E ANN TROUT BLINKS PERSONAL ITEMS I voe Tolero Rebeka Lodge Friendship M 0 N I T 0 R Social Editor, PYramid 4-25 ! I SOCIAL NEWS & CLU Night, IOOF All, 8 p.m. Bethel Chaer, Order of tho East- Advance Club Opens Tjepkema-Hofman Take Wedding Vows - , ern soar, smovgasberd, asonc Temple, C.amte Falls, 12:30-5 Season With Pot Luck, e ,Monroe Christian mormed bregro, Ugted the canes, p.m. Hears Or Argentina Chch was the setting for the ew Ule Nancy Tjepkema, sister of Taico range Wt luek uner or ning wedding on August 26 of Miss the bride, and Martha Hofman, members and families, Tualco The Advance Club held its open- Patsy Jean Tjepkema, daughter of sister of the bridegroom, were grange hall, 1 p.m. ing meeting of the fall season a Mrs. Clarence Tjepkema, 711 W. flower girls. They wore white ny- Monday the home of Mrs. Helen Taylor, Rt. Main St., ,and the late Mr. Tjep- lon dresses flocked with pink flow- Frank Wagner: Orthopedic Auxili- 2, last Monday evening. A pot luck kema, and Johannes Herman, son ers and carried baskets of pink ary, Mrs. J. F. Grey, tR. 2. dinner was enjoyed by the group of Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Hofman petals. Order of the l'ainbow for Girls, after which a business meeting led of Mount Vernon, formerly of Men- Kees Holm'an served his brother Monic Tehtple , 7:30 p.m. by Mrs. Sylvia Baley, president, roe. as bes man. Ushers were John was held. The Rev. Henry T. Karsten offi- Hofman, another brother, and Ar- Tuesday MrS. Chrissella Newell gave the" ciated at the candlelight ceremony thur DeGroot of Marysville. Research Club, Mrs. Ray T. Smith, evening program. Her paper was in a setting of white and pink flow- ,For her daughter's wedding Mrs. hostess; .Miss Florence Ally-n, on Argentina. ;U Tony DeRooy sang, accompa- Tjepkema chose a pink costume program leader, "Comparisons Mrs. Gene Tucker was a guest, nied by Mrs. Tony Broers. with white accessories. Mrs. Hot- in Art," 1:30 p.m. Members prese were Mrs. Clara Escorted by her grandfather, C. man chose a French blue di'ess Wednesday Aekermann, Mrs. Sylvia Bagley, E. Armstrong the bride wore a tfor her son's wedding. Both had Goodwill Truck in 'Monroe, for Mrs. Bea Boyden, Mrs. Eva Keech, floor-length white lace .and net white corsages, pickup call Miss Florence Allyn, Mrs. Alice Louden, Mrs. Chrissella gown with long sleeves. A pearl- Pink and white dahlias decor- PYramid 4-3336. Newell, Mrs. Mabel Roben, Mrs. ized crown held her shoulder ated the bridal table at. the recep- Sky Valley Racing Auxiliary, Mrs. Helen Taylor, Mrs. Clara Tycer, length veil edged in lace and she tion in the congregational hall. Howard, llkn. gsworth, 514 W. Mrs. Levina Walter and Mrs. Gene- carried an orchid surrounded by EMeen Zylstra ,and Elaine DcJong Main St., 8 p.m. va Wood. stephanotis and white ribbon served punch while Sharon DeRooy Eagles Auxiliary 2327 F.O.E., offi- streamers, kept the guest book and Ruth Zyl- cial visitation from Helen Cook, Maid of honor for her sister was stra and Mary Jane Vos were in state president, Eagles Hall, 8 Mrs. M. Mortensens Miss Judith Ann Wjepkema. She charge of gifts, p.m. wore a pink nylon dotted swiss For her wedding trip to Long Thursday Granddaughter Weds, over taffeta ballerina-length gown. Beach, the bride chose a copen 3-R Club silver tea, public invited, Family Gathering Held Her bouquet was pink. 'blue suit with pink and white ac- school mult.i-purpose room, Dick. Bridesrrraids were Miss Marilyn cessories and the orchid .from her inson Road, :30-4:0 p.m. A family gathering and a wed- Kay Tjepkema, ,sister of the bride, bouquet. ding highlighted last weekend for and 'Miss Nelly Hofman, sister of The couple will make their home the Mortensen famy, the bridegroom ,as junior brides- in Everett. The bride is a 1960 Friends, Neighbors The wedding was that of Patsy maid. Their gowns were identical graduate of Monroe high school Lancaster, daughter of Mr. and to the honor attendant.s. Her husband attended school in Help Mrs. Hansson Mrs. Ralph Lancaster of Seattle, Wicher Hofman and Bobby Wjep- Holland. Observe Her Birthday and granddaughter of Mrs. Marie kema, brothers of the bride and Mortensen, 327 S. Madison St. Miss Friends and neighbors called on Lancaster 'became the bride of Mrs. Albert Hansson df Park Place Robert Gedney, also of Seattle, in Russell Day Will Speak At 3-R Club Tea Thursday, September 15, o help services in Seattle. her celebrate her birthday. l t LIpTul'0rsI it Ul'Uiv Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mortensen, A program presented by the Nar- reetional School for Girls. The A birthday dinner party honor- " 518 "S. Lewis St., and Alan Reiner a mata Horizon .Club and discussion pool Will be used for therapy, ing Mrs. Hansson included, as went to Seattle early Saturday to of final plans for their silver tea health and exercise for girls at the guests, her son and amily, .Mr. Hour ,, ,nereJ visit the Mortensen's daughter and next week opened the new club school. family, Mr. and Mrs. William Love year for members of the 3-R Club Alice Porter presented special and Mrs. Ben .Hansson, Kenton, Shelly and Chris of Seattle, Hazel (Continued om Page 1) and children: And Mr. Mortensen meeting last Monday evening. Hawaiian dances while Jane Jel- Barr, Laurie Scott, Ma Mustonen perimenbal basis, attended the wedding. Russell Day, an instructor in art lison and Joy Marsden enacted a and 'Mollie Brown. "E sufficient interest is not shown Also attending the wedding were and head of the division of creative pantomime skit as part. of the Her- Callers earlier in the day were by those in need of acactemie en- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomas and arts, including music, drama, art izon Club program last Monday. Mrs. Darrell McDonald and Gwen, light.ment there would be no point family of Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. and photography at Everett. Junior Additional Horizon Club mem- Mrs. Ida Mustonen, Mrs. Mollie in calling upon the faculty to con- John Mortensen and son, Mr. and College, Will speak at the tea plan- bers particdpatiwg in the program Brown, Mrs. Tom 'Reese, Ernest. tinue the Program," 'he said. Mrs. Jake Mortensen and family, ned from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the which included several numbers of Hunt, Mrs. Pauline Law, Mrs. Bill "It will not ,be a social hour," the all of Vancouver, Washington. school multi-purpose room on Dick- group singing were Karen Ness, Ray, .Mrs. Mrtie Pearson, ,Mrs. principal added. The John Mortensen family re- inson Road, on Thursday, Septem- Stmron Earlywine, Allene Courtney, Harold Kauffman ,and Gary emd He went on to rule that students turned to Monroe after the wed- ber 29. Susan Berlin, Jan Asper, Carol Janice, 'Mrs. Robert Scharf rand could at.tend only with parental ding and were on hand for the The public is invited to attend Hallstrom and Deanna Hegewald. LeAnne, P, obie, Rmidy and I.si, ,permission; that students must be Samily gathering Sunday at Mrs. the tea and hear Mr. Day speak at. The hostess, Mrs. Stanley E. Mrs. George Kothe, present by 7:15 and will not be al- Marie Mortensen's home. Others 3 p.m. on use of color in the home. Blinks, N. Currie Rd., served re- Mrs. Henry Dirks, Bernice Gen- lowed to leave until 8:45 unless attending were the Jake Marten- He will .stress the importance of .freshments to these members at- try, Nora Unzelman, Mrs. Arthur picked up by parents, seas of Monroe and Mrs. Stuart- art in everyday living, and how tending: Mrs. Walter Moberg, Mrs. .Broughton, Mrs. Charles Woosley. The initial session was held last Clancy and son, Jimmy, of Gold principles of good design affect all David Baker, Mrs. Burton Country- In addffion Mrs. Hansson receiv- Monday. Bar, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marten- homemakers, man, Mrs. P. P. Cooley, Mrs. Har- ed many cards and gs and three sen of, Arlington and Mr. and Mrs. Himsel a practicing artist, Mr. old Fankhauser, Mrs. Earnest Li- birthday cakes which she served Paul Robinson of Snohomish and Day is perhaps best known for his dell, Mrs. Gordon Keck, Mrs. with ice cream, coffee and tea LEGAL NOTICES Signe Thomas of Monroe. decorative panels of colored, fused Thomas Marsden, Mrs. lalph Min- during the parties. glass. He is a pioneer in this field or, Mrs. H. A. Porter. in the Pacific Northwest. Mrs. Moberg, president, conduct- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF STATE OF WASHINGTON Waparoma H .D: Club The tea is a benefit event for a ed the business meeting. Tulaco range Slates swimming pool t Maple Lane Cor- IN AD ,FOR SNOOSH Opens Year With Fall Pot Luck Dinner Sun. COuntry NO.  Plans, Stork Shower Shannahans Affend Missions Precj. Marks A pot luck diner or member NOTICE TO CREDI2DRS - and their fancies is planned Sun- In the Matter of the Es.ate of Plans or the coming year and JOHN LUTIIE, Deceased a stork shower honoring Mrs. D- CJevenger Anniversary Lutheran Mary=Martha day, September 25, by members o! NOTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN: vid Whiffield highlighted the first Party In'Puyallup Guild Sept. Meeting Tualeo Grange at the Grange Hall. The event is slated for 1 p.m. That the undersigned kas been a- ,1 meeting of Waparomo I-Iome Mrs. Irma Cabe is in charge of pointed and is ow the qualified Demonstration Club on September .Mr. and Mrs. waace Shanna- "Go and Tell," a program on administrator of he estote o 14. The group met at the home han, Rt. 1, were guests in Puyallup missions, was led by the Roy. arrangeanents. Od2fee, cream, Hug- JOHN LUTttEIR, deceased. That of Mrs. Charles Dennis in Park last Sunday. They attended the 40th Steube for members of Mary-Mar- ar and meat will be furnished by all persons having ,claims against Place. wedding anniversary celebration tim Guild of Peace Lutheran Church the grange. said deceased are hereby required The club's next. meeting is slat- of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clevenger. meeting early this month t the to serve the same duly verified, ed October 12 at the home of Mrs. The anniversary party was held church. Mrs. Ernest Zabel af Star- on administrator or Attorney at Melvin Armstrong. on the Clevenger's lawn. A plea- tup and Mrs. Alex Wiess of P,,t. 2, Rebekah,, Lodge Sets the address below stated and file Attending the September meet- sant surprise for the Shannahans Sn0homish, were hostesses for the Bazaar In November the same with the Clerk of the ing were Mrs. Willis Barber, Mrs. and others attending the eve was meeting. said Court, together wRh proof Fred Bosch, Mas:. Ernes Righetti renewing of tfriendships of folks Mrs. Jacob Weber reported on I)ates for the T01ero Rebekh of such service within six months Mrs. Edith 'Harlan, Mrs. Melvin from Seattle, Mt. Vernon and Bur- the Canning project for Concordia Lodge annual bazaar have been after Sept. 22, 1960, the date of Armstrong, ,Mrs. Aaron Ellenber- lington. College, Port;d, and Mrs. Don set for November 18-19, Mrs. Cath- first publication of this notice, ger, WIrs. Jake Mortensen, Mrs. Rousu told of plans $or a pastoral erine Barber, ways and means corm C2-1ARLES HILL William Hegewaid, Mrs. Florian conerence scheduled in Monroe mittee chairman, announced this Administrator Haufle, Mrs. David Whitfield, Del> Gilmore Gold Bar Home october n-:. week. THOMAS P. GABLE,Atorney hie *and Judy, and the hostess. Mrs. IAillan Boyes and Mrs. ludy The bazaar, scheduled in the 312 Colby Building Is Garden Party Scene Beringer Will,be hostesses for the Main Street building formerly used Everett, Washington - group's 0ctobe, % meeting. 'by the "steak'house," will feature Published September , 29 and Kouples Klub Members The home of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Atending thh September meet- pillow cases, towels, aprons, doilies Gilmore of Gold Bar was recently ing were Mrs. Don Rousu, Miss and various nsceUaneous items. October e, . See National Park Film the scene of a "gay and beautiful" Frieda Perschau, Mrs. Jacob We- , garden party, her, Mrs. Christine Neiffer, Mrs. ml ORDINANCE NO. 372 A film on Jasper National Park Roses and green lawn tables dec- Werner Langner, Mrs. Otto Brokof- BAZAAR AN ORDINANCE, relating to the was shown by Herb Schwartz last orated with rose colored dahlias sky, 1 of Sultan; Mrs. Ernest Za- Town Clerk, prescribing duties Friday evening at the dinner mee'- & BAKE SALE or pink pyrethrum were used to bel of Startup; and MrS;. Alex Wiess and fixing compensation . ing of the Methodist Kouples Klub. make a gracious seting for serv- of Rt. 2, Snohomish. OCT. -8 BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN Hostesses for the party in the ing of barbecue chicken and ham. Members present from Monroe COUNCIL OF MONROE: church Fellowship Hall were Mr. Those ,attending the party were were Mrs. Lillian Boyes, Mrs. Ada WAGNER GRANGE Section 1 - That notwithstand- and Mrs. Ellery Jellison Jr., Mr. the grandson Jdffory Bellesul, Mr. Drugge, Mrs. Vernon Coon, Mrs. ,.  ing any Ordinance to the contra- and Mrs. E. S. Hendricks, and Mr. and Wh's. Aec Gilmore Sr., Mr. and Martin Steube, Mrs. George Sabin, , ry the office of Town Clerk is and 'Mrs. Dick Patterson. Mrs. Edwin WIartin, Mrs. Alta Mrs. Joe Moore, Mrs. Jim Pope. hereby made a full time job; Mrs. Florian Haufle, president, Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. William The compensation or such full Be was in charge of the business meet- Williford and daughter Ginger, Mr. time employment is hereby fixed ing while Lawrence V. Whitfield and Mrs. Oscar McDaniels ,and Three Gir|$ Born at Two Hundred Fifty ($250.00) led games. The Rev. F: D. Tibbitts three daughters. Dollars ,per month; Said Town gave the devotional meditation. The party continued in "open At Monroe General wJse Clerk shall perform all duties im- Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy" house" style with many other ,Girls held the domain at Monroe -=- posed by law and such other du- M. Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. friends dropping in to say "hello" 'General hospital this past week, ties as mawr from time to time Whipple, Mr. and ,Mrs. Gordon to Mrs. Ace Gilmore who recently when three were born, and no boys. be imposed by the Town of Mon-;oe. Soma, and Miss Jean Jellison.,Members attending were Mr. and returned rom a trip to Oregon. Babies arriving, according to has-ll  han lt Introduced September 14, 1960. Mrs. Edgar O. ,Green, Mr. and Mrs. pital ,attendants, were: " Laura Lynn Hahn, danghter o{ Read the second time Sept. 14, Harry Bloor, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carl Larsons Return Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Hahn, Lowell, 1960. Countryman, Mrs. Florian tIaufle, September 15. 'Birth weight wa,,, , "' : Read the third time and pass- Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Countryman, From Vacation Trip lb. 1 oz. ed September 14, 1960. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bayly, Mr. and <I ' TtOgEtT H. FOLLLS Mrs. O. L. Morse, Mr. and WIrs. Carl Larson of Patricia Kay, 8 lb. 6 oz., was Mayor Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schrag, Mr. Tttalco have returned home fter 'bern to Mr. ,and Mrs. Harold owe, Attest: and (Mrs. l-I. W..F.ankhauser, Mr. a two-week vacation trip to Spd- Ganite Falls, born September 18. C. C. CAMPBELL and Mrs Jake Mortensen, Mr. and kane and Whidbey Island. In addi- rn September 18 also was Town Clerk Mrs. L. A. Keeeh, 'Mr. and Mrs. tion the couple celebrated their 41st Tracy Ann, daughter of Mr. and Published Sept. 22, 1960. Herb Schwartz, Mr. md Mrs. L.V. wedding anniversary. Mrs. Almer Porter, Monroe. _qe , Whitfield, Mr..and Mrs H. A. Par- The first week of vacation the weighed 7 lb. 8 oz. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Manus I.larsons visRed their daughter and and the Rev. and Mrs. F. D. Tib- her family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor bitts.  F. Beckman, Vicki and lV[ike, Of reward Spokane. On the weekend the am- Oil gives fly drove to Idaho to si,gh see and Game Dept. Shorts vised Coeur d'Alene, Chat Colet Lake and the St. Jose River. yourself with Safeco's more heat Game Department biologists re- The second week the Larsons money-savlng "All-In-One" port tltat deer are showing in good eeleberated their wedding anniver- Homeowners Insurancel per dollar nttmrs in nearly all parts of the sary. On hand for that event were state, with high fawn production her sister, Mr. and Mrs. AlbinVrey Whiffield @ Don H 01af[[{} evident, and his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Realty & Deer are now concentrated in CaUahan, all of Seattle. MONROE their fawning areas, e transition The secon- week the Larsons Insurance Shell Distributor range.for ose deer that will later took the Mukflteo fery to Whidbey PY 4-6042 .0.,o,,,,.,,,,,, lonroe Phone PY 4-2361 moe higher up to summer range. 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