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.% Page Four THE YffONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Friday, October 3, 1924 u n,.- ...... *+++++++++++++++++]Vearl Hobsbn of ttigh Rock on the * PERSONAL ] 15th. All concerned are reported do- + ing well. The Monitor extends con- + ++++++++++4-++ gratulations to all concerned. l Mrs. J. H. Skally spent Tuesday l Mrs. C. L. Trotter and son Joyce, in Everett. were week end visitors at the home Mrs. E. E. Johnston and Mrs Les-; of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Waggoner and family, of Edmonds. lie Brady spent Saturday in Everett. i Bob Bennett, of Index, was a Men-' Mrs E. W. Cox visited Mrs. E. M. roe visitor on Wednesday. i Rirchadson of Bothell, over the eek !end. Mrs. Richadson formerly re- Commissioner W. W. Morgan, sided in Monroe. "unopposed" was in the city Wed-i Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ackerman and l:esday. i son Paul, drove to Redmond Sunday Miss Charlotte Robbins is a recent addition to the force of the J. E Wood Co. Mr. and Mrs. George Waiters and to visit Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nystrom, ; formerly of Monroe. Mrs. J. L. Brady and daughter Beatrice, with Mrs. Wm. Lillemoen, daughter Iola, spent Sunday in Sno-visited the first part cf the wee homish, fin Everett and Seattle. I Mrs. William E. Johnson, of Cash-' J. T. Ply!or, formerly of Monroe, mre, visited this week at the H. C. q, underwent a second operation Tues- Tooker home. day at the Everett General hospital and is now reported as doing fine. Mrs. Sam Knapp and Mrs. H. Buss; and daughter Ann, were Everett vis-i Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rowley, itors Monday. tot Everett, Thursday of last week, l a baby daughter. Mrs. Rowley was Archie Milts, of Cashmere, i visit-| formerly Miss Ruth Gerber, daugh- ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerber, Mills of Park Place. George, the little son of Mrs. Miss Winnifred Williams and MiSS  George Lutz, is suffering from an Leonore Garrod were Seattle visit-i infection of one eye. An Everett ors over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Skally had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. B. O'Hearn, of Everett. Mrs J. W Crow visited her daugh- "ter, Mrs. Lawrence Finnegan, of Se- attle, the first of the week. Mrs Chas. Love is reported quite ill at her home on Hill street and un- der the care of her physician. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wolfe and son' Norman, visited in Seattle and Ever- ett the first part of the week. Mrs. Fred Woodland and son Jack, of Mt. Vernon, are guests this week specialist has been consulted and it is hoped that the little chap will make full and rapid recovery. C. E. Gustin is home from the hos- pital and feeling quite well from his recent illness, not yet back to full measurements of physique, but hur- rying to the old standard. Dr. E. A. Schmoker spent three days at Lynden, Sumas and Essen- dale, B. C. During this time he oper- ated on a state champion show bull, valued at. $5,000 Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cromwell and sen Stuart, with Mrs. C. L. Necomb: motored to Seattle Sunday to take :ports things status quo in the hill- side city. :iliss Joye Case, who has been employed in S-attle, is making an in- definite stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Case. Recent births at the Monroe Gen- era 1 hospital: A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pearson on the 26th last; twin daughters, La Verne and La Verta, born to Mr. and Ma's; of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Culver. I part in Seattle's welcome of the! Robt Stapleton from Duvall was world flyers, tethers from Monroe a Monroe visitor Tuesday. Bob re- who went up for this event included R. J. Stretch and family and Mr. and Mrs B F Dickinson left for Bel- Mrs C L Barlow 1 "" " .... ingnam Thursday morning to at- ....... ...... Frond the district convention of the lne ioemetone ampnre guup, t , .... chaperoned by their guardian, Mrs.-Womens Foreign Mlsmonary Socmty .............. .... ,_. [of the Methodist Episcopal church , She was sent as a delegate from the or, motored to Williams Park, Lake]3 ' I Ionroe W F M socmty Stevens last Friday afternoon, hay-] " ing engaged a cottage there for the l Einar Fritzberg, of Everett, called night. The evening was spent around [ on friends in the city Wednesday the campfire, popping corn and tell-[ evening ing stories; different water sports " __ occupied the second day. The return LET US DO  TRINTING home was made Saturday afternoon. Those enjoying the trip were Ruth Hatch, Florence O'Brien, Edna Cox, Vera Williams, Dorothy Spoon, Viv- ;an Hickman, Geraldine and Jack Streeter. Mrs. Vera Faussett continues to improve and it is now but a matter of a few days until she will be abl,e to be removed from the hospital to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker and family of three children, all of Seattle, spent Sunday in Monroe at I the home of his brother, W. B. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. W. tI. Clark had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Gates and son John, of Kirk land, and Mr and Mrs. G. B. Rig:g and daughter Charlotte, of Seattle. Cecil Bennett has superceded Z. F. Gaiser a local agent for the Union Oil Co., the transfer was made a few days ago. Mr. Gaiser has gone to Iowa to engage in some other line of business. Mine host H. E. Pearsali of the Savoy went dovn to Seattle Sunday to welcome the great trio of air pilots from their mid-air trip around the globe. He saw them land, cheer- ed as they bowled over the spot of land they left last April on this 28,000-mile flight in making the great circle. ,Lawrence Young, for some time with the engineering corps of the Southern Pacific Railway, with head- quarters at Oakridge, Oregon, is home for a few weeks' visit. Law- rence has attained to quite a stand- ing with the chiefs of his depart- ment, is progressing nic.ely in civil engineering, and for some time ha been authorized to use a transit. Evidently Lawrence is doing well at his work which Monroe people will be glad to learn. Mrs. J. A. Barringer, of Seattle, is in the city for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. P. Shipp. Bixby's Jet Oil Paste 10c A NATION-WtOE .. 11 qnorora-. " __r 571 DEPAP,,]YIENT ST01%ES IY',ZERET'I', WASHINGTON Bixby's Jet Oil Liquid 12c QUALITY SH OES AT QUANTITY PRICES All leather footwear for men, women and children. The leather and tanning processes they pass through together with the high grade workmanship assures "quality" and "style" of the highest character and matchless wearing service. Purchasing for our "hundreds of busy depar.ment stores enables us to offer you superio r shoes at remarkably low prices. WOMEN'S SHOES PATENT pUMPS GIRLS' SHOES Women's paten ut out strap Girls' Black Calfskin Shoe pump, military heel; very new and Well made, easy fitting last. stylish. Also carried in b:,vk Welt sole, half rubber heel. satin. 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