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B and Cristian Endeavor convention of the .Mennonite church. Saturday's a'ctivities, which be- gin at 9:45 a.m.. will consist, main- ly of workshops and digeussion .groups, wth a meal being served at noon. In the evening, a banquet Mennonite Convention Set Here Sat., Sun, Visitors tfrom throughottt the state will be held, with Rev. Perry wilt gather at the Mennonite Coun, Havens of IdAngs Gardens, Seattle,, try church, Rt. 2, hrmnroe, th,is Sat- as guest speaker. Special music urday and Sunday, for the annual will also be furnished by King's Washington State Sunday School Garden members. Sunday school classes for all ages will be held at 9:45 Sunday morning, and the worship service will begin at 11 a.m. Special morn- ing speaker will be Hey. Edmund J. Miller, formerly pastor of the Glendale Mennonite church, Rztz- I00hem 100lsan Products i the home of [i'u' land E R Y EANER s Congratulates... Coast-to-Coast Store Be+hell MONROE On Its New Home Manufacturer's Representative will be at the Store Thursday to demonstrate the pro duct. Special introductory Prices will be in effect during the opening. m CONGRATULATIONS! ON YOUR NEW HOME Coasl-To-Coasl Store Best Wishes Four Your... GRAND OPENING F B Connelley tOm 1015 Republican, Sea'l"l'le I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson and three sons of Wenatchee were weekend guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank J. NeLson. Kathy Slereth has been sick with a sore throat for the past week. The Gold Bar community club will hold its first fall meeting Lor the 1960-61 year Wednesday, Sep- `tember 28. 2V[r. and Mrs. William Teubner drove to Fall City Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sletten. Mr. and Mrs. Rober`t Paschal and daughter Rita of Everett vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. William Th- her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Nelson Jr. and son Joey of Renton and GOLD BAR NUGGETS by Mary Getschmann .- SYcamore 3-2755 aa ! t Puyatlup to see the fair. Mr. Jand Mrs. Warren Sacia vis- ited *Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chilstrom in Monroe Saturday evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and family took in .the Puyallup air Sunday. ,Clarence Getschmann shot a coy- ote in his back yard early Satur- day morning. Irene Anderson of Startup visited Mrs. Glenn Gruver Monday after- no0n, 'Mr. and Mrs. COt1 H'andy visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Botnen in Monroe Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Pickinini and family enjoyed a drive `to Olympia over the weekend Where My. and Mrs. Bob Nelson of We- they visited Mrs. Pickinini's sis- natehec were Sunday dinner guests ter, Mrs. Muriel Hiteheock. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDaniels Mrs. Frank Nelson and Miss and amily of Bothell were Sunday Mary Davies shopped in Monroe dinner guests and visitors of Mr. Saturday. and Mrs. John 'MeDaniels. Sam, the Getsehmann's two week Bill Stevers o,f Startup called on old bottle-fed Siamese kitten is Clarence Getsehmann Sunday morn- quite a boy now and growing every ing. day, but like all babies he must The T.N.T club met ab the home have his 2 a.m. feeding, of .Mrs. Warren Saeia Tuesd'ay eve- Mrs..Glenn Thompson and Mrs. ning with eleven members present. Shirley Spaulding of A, lderwood Mrs. Bill Garret and Mrs. Mildred Manor and Mrs. Marlene Osbor Byrns were guests. of Sultan were Tuesday luncheon Midge Garrett attended the flow- guests o'f Mrs. Vatter Thompson. er show in Sultm Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Marshal,1 Mr. and Mrs. Riley Gilmore en- shopped in Monroe Saturday after- joyed a visit from their young noon. grandson Buzzy last weekend. Mr..and Mrs. Ed Kelly and Silvia Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Symonds Lumn were uneheon guests of and family were visitors and Sun- Mary Getsehmann Mond'ay .after- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. noon. Glenn Gruver. Mr. and Mrs. ,Frank J. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,Handy shop. shopped in Everet Friday evenifig, ped in Monroe Saturday.,-, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getseh- Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed Kelly of Pater- mann and Joyce called on Mrs. George Geisdorf in Everett Satur- day morning. Dater Mary visited her doctor. On the way home they stopped in Snoh0mish o shop and in Monroe so ,Clarence and Joyce could visit the doctor for their cold os were Thursday evening dinner guests and overnight visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Getschmann and Joyce. ,Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Collins en- joyed bowling Saturday night in Snohomish. shots. Mr. and Mrs/Robert Nelson and :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woolsey vis- children of Wenrachee, Mr. and ited Mr. and Mrs., Warren Saeia Mrs. Denning and two sons of Mon- Saturday morning, roe and Frank Nelson Jr. and son Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gruver shop- of lenton were visitors of Mr. and ped in Monroe Friday afternoon. 'Mrs. Charles Baker Sund, ay. Mrs. Frank Saunders and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brokofsky Walter Thompson shopped in Men- called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Love roe *,Friday and enjoyed luncheon nd Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keek Sum out. day aternoon. Joyce Geisdor, f visited G a l e Mr. and .Mrs. William Nelson Thompson ,Friday ,afternoon. have moved into the Paul Wager house. The Wagners moved to Men- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brokofsky roe. drove to their daughter's home, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mize, at Bothel Saturday where they joined the Mize family and all drove on t.o ville, WaShington, who is now- as- sistant to the president at Bethel College in Newton, Kansas, a Men- nonite school. His topic will be "Gd Believes in You". Joining in the Sunday morn- ng service will be the First Men- nonite church of Monroe. The seven churches taking part in the convention will be the Men- nonite chm'ches of Colfax, Lynden, Warden, Newport, Ritzville, Mon- roe First church, and the hast church, the Memmnite Country church, Rev. Norman D. Bergen, .pastor. 'ttankins and r. Sacia used to work together for the Wallace Falls - Logging Co. BEST WISHES! ,,o o o GOLD BAR CELEBRATE 49TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY "Mr. and Mrs. loland Langdon ,took Gertrude Beaten and Yary Getschmann to Everett Friday. While Vary visited her doctors, Gertrude took care of some busi- ness, then they all did a little shop. Everett and Monroe before returning home. :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker and family spen`t the day at the Puyal- lup .air Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ohilstrom called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chilstrom Friday evening. Mrs. Marvin Barrett and Charley Barrett rode to Everett with Mrs. Larry Kucera Thursday so Me. Barrett. could visit his doctor. Joe Hankins of Alaska was an overnight visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Saeita Sunday night. "Mr. Coast-to-Coast Store m IN YOUR NEW HOME MONROE wo Are Proud To Have [Installed The Complete Store Front ' Everett Mirror & Glass, Inc. 1616 E. Grand, Everett AL 2-2346 C 0 N G Ri,: T U L A T I 0 N s-- Coast-to-Coast Store On Your Expansion i lWE ARe eeou. TO HAVE I FURNiSHED THE FLOOR [COVERING FOR YOUR NEW HOME Hatloe Paint & Floor Coverings Comer Hoyt & California, Everett AL 2-5104 I II ] Mr. and "Mrs. Fred Gregg eele- , brated their forty-ninth wedding anniversary September 12, starting Sunday afternoon when their daugh- .tvr and family, Mrs. Don "McChesaey came out from Seattle bringing an anniversary dinner with them. Mond,ay, their anniversary, they drove to 'Monroe to visit Florence Allyn. "I might go and live in Switzer- land permanently. I have always dreamed of a country where the mountains are higher than the taxes."--Elist Blaise Cendrars. ii iii Sept. 22, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE NINE You Can Help! Scouts Compete For Hew Flag Boy Scout troops of the Monroe scoutmasters, Evert Oarlson, Troop vicinity are competing this week 390, Wagner Dist., PY 4-2989; Joe fvr a 50-star United States flag, to Quaranto, Troop 7 ,Monroe, PY 4- be given to the troop earning the 6482; jim Crawford, Troop 27, Mon- most money in a currently under- . roe, PY 4-2411.' way scrap metal drive. The flag is being presented by .the Cascade Aerie of Eagles No. 2327, Monroe, who are also sponsoring the drive. The scouts will be making the rounds from door to door collecting scrap, but anyone 'who is missed is asked to call one of e three Crawford ,announced yesterday t,hat his troop will hold a general pickup of scrap on October 1, Sat- urday. Anyone who wishes to do so may sell scrap on their own and then donate the proceeds to the troop of their choice. 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