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i!ii]iiiiii! MONROE BRANCH . . , FHA Home Improvement Loans For Kitchens ? Yes (5 YearsTo Pay) Monroe Public Schools' LUNCH MENUS MONDAY: Meat and potate pie Cabbage salad Bread and Butter Apricot sauce pint milk TUESDAY: Frankfurter casserole Celery sticks Raisin bread and butter Apple sauce , pint milk FRIDAY: WEDNESDAY: Chili with hamburger Soda crackers Carrot sticks Hot rolls and butter Pineapple bars pint milk 'THURSDAY: Beef-pork loaf Creamed potatoes whole wheat bread and butter Fruit Jello and whipped cream , Pint milk Home made vegetable soup Egg salad sandvicbes Cheese sticks Aypple-nut cake 'pint milk LET US FORD DEALERS SHC)IN YOU THE MOST MAINTENANCE-FREE FORD IN HISTORY f-- . by Matt Getschmann --- SYcamore 3-2755 r II GOLD BAR NUGGETS Raudenbush Sunday afternoon. Mrs. McBride is Mr. Rauden- bush's niece. Sue Erlandsen, Alice Simmons and Marie Picklesimer attended the Past Matrons Floral meeting in Sultan last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Halt of Wen- atchee visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Oct. 20, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE FIVE There's Fire Prevention in the Air World War 1 Vets Ralph Minor Motors South Lewis PYramid 4-2882 GALAXI,E BY ,FORD SEE IT...DRIVR IT..dkT YOUR FORD,DI]ALER'8 TODAY .o.^.. And remember, Ford Dealers were the first to extend their warranty on '61 cars for 12,000 miles or one full year, which- ever comes first. Ask your dealer for details. BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED BECAUSE IT'S ]3EAUTIV L,.[.' . ,. ....... E CARE OF ITSELF TO THE CLASSIC FORD LOOK This medal was presented by the International fashion authority Centro per L'Alta Moda Itallana, to the 1961 Ford for functional expression ol classic boauty. With all of its flash and T-Bird dash, the new Ford is so maintenance-free it can save you hundreds of dollars in operating costs alone and end most bothersome servicing. And Ford's performance rates high, with Wide.Tread design and sure-footed handling to match its choice of 4 great engines. Add the crisp new lines of Classic Ford styling and you've got a trend-setting car that can't be matched at Ford's low price! Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Handy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sherrill shopped in Snohomish Saturday. Midge .Garrett and Marie Pickle- simer called on Hilda Combs in Sultan Friday afternoon. Helen Moen at Renton Sunday. Mrs. Howard Miskey left Man. day by bus for a weeks visit with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Miskey and Barbara Miskey at Portland. Bertrude Booten visited Mary Mrs. Florence Schlorell of Sno- "Getschmann Wednesday morning. qualmie and her sister and family Mrs. Grace Forrister has been pad in Everett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 'I-Iandy of Alaska and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilson of Snoqualmie drove to California while the Handys were here to visit .their sister and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Engen. Mr..and Mrs. John Phelps of Bremertn called on Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein Sunday evening. , Mr. and ,Mrs. Curtis Smith of Mr. and Mrs. N. Fetch of Seattle, called on Mr. apd Mrs. Carl Han- dy Sunday afternoon. Wayne Johnson of Bellevue and Ray Johnson of Seattle visited Mr. and Mrs. Lars Johnson Sunday. Mrs. Joe LaFerrier made a bus- loess trip to Everett Monday. Mrs. Tom Garrett shopped in Momx Friday morning. Mr. ,and Mrs. Clarence McAlis- ter of Seattle were visitors and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ace Gilmore Wednesday. Mrs. Don MeOhesney and her oldest, daughter Peggy- were visit- ors and dinner guests of her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gregg sick with the flu this past week but is feeling better, now. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dean and Mrs. Vella Nerbo all of Seattle, were weekend guests of Mrs. Rose Wickstrom. Roland Langdon drove Billy Mar- tin to Monroe to visit the doctor Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kuchl Thurs- day evening. Camp Huston expects a mixed family group of .about sixty people October 20. Hazel Stark and Donna called at home hst week. Mrs. Teubner's sister and faro- for Gordon on his 13th birthday. Guests were John Richards, John Mccombs, Charles Sherrill, Jerry McDonald, Oecfl Booten, Larry Carl Handy Sunday. artinez, Rex McDonald and Clay- Mrs. Jack Edmisten is spend- ton Martinez. The boys enjoyed ing a couple of weeks visiting her cake and games, sister Mrs. Whitney at Belling- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson ham, and 3iack says he needs a shopped in Everett Monday eve- good cook. ning. Mrs. Anna Phelps and Mr. and Mr: ,and Mrs. Anton Ness shop- Mrs. Jack Erlandsen attended the wedding of their grandson John Phelps to Miss June Elsworth in Bremerton Saturday. The couple will make heir home at Bremer- ton for a short, time until John is inducted into the service. Mr. and Mrs. arence Getsch- mann and Joyee enjoyed a drive up the lake road Sunday airier- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chi]strom visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lar- sen ,at Quincy a week ago ]ast weekend. While ,there they .attend- ed a game night. They really en- joyed their visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Courage bave moved to Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Marshall were Sunday dinner guests and visitors of Mrs. and Mrs. Mar- vin Barritt. Mr. and Mrs. Itan Norris left for their home in Seattle, Sunday afternoon after spending the week- end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon. Mr. ,and Mrs. John Jarvi and son Mike and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Foreier, all of Kirkland, called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann Sunday evening on their way home from a trip east of the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wialker of Turtle 'Lake, North Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keck of Sul- tan weam Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brokofsky. Bill McLean was a dinner guest and visitor of Mr. and .Mrs. Clar- ence Getschmann Thursday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs: Clarence Getsch- mann and Joyce shopped in Ev- erett Saturday. Mrs. Gertrude Booten and Cecil attended a pot uck dinner held at the W. I. C. club in Sultan Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Walker of Turtle Lake, North Dakota are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adolph ro- kofsky. Mrs. Wolker and ,Mrs. Brokofsky are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon, Mary Getschmama and Joyee made a business trip to Monroe Thurs- day. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly made an overnight business trip to Pa- taros Wednesday morning. They started over in their pickup but it was snowing d slippery near the top so they returned home and got their car. Mr. and Mrs. Roy "Mennegar of Seattle were Thursday afternoon and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kuehl. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly spent Saturday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Get.w.hmann. Mrs. W. F. Williford shopped in Monroe YYiday. Sunday. ily Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Vern Combs of of Alderwood Manor and her mo- Sultan called on Mr. and Mrs. ther Mrs. Corz Hillier of Everet.I were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Teubner. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kuehl visited at the home of Dr: and ,Mrs. E. L. Kelly Monday afternoon and enjoy- ed coffee while there. Mr. and Mrs. 'Roland Langdon were luncheon guests of Dr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly. Mrs. Viola Mennegar and daugh- ter Elaine of Seattle were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kuehl. Mrs. ,Frank Saunders etoyed a sister's day luncheon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ward Powell in Bremerton Monday. Laura Langdon visited Mary Getschmann Tuesday afternoon. SURPRISE PARTY FOR JOE Mrs. Joe Corbell held a surprise birthday party for Joe at their home October 12 with eight guests present. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Purbaugh of Sultan, Mr. and Mrs. Effy Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Corbell and daughter Joyce and Mrs. Ethel Galbraith all of Gold Bar. For refreshments Mrs. Corbell served cake and ice cream. KOH RRN FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kohler return- ed home 0ober 14 after spending two months visiting friends and rel,atives in Minnesota. They visit- ed Mrs. Kohler's daugh.ter, Mrs. Paul Eggert at-Saint Paul and spent some time with Mr. Koh. ler's son Anthony Kohler and faro. ily at Winona. The humidity was very high in Minnesota when they arrived there. On the way home they van into a snow storm com- ing across the Rockies. Mrs. Koh- let says they had a' very nice ,time bu they are surely glad to be home. WELL CHILD CLINIC WILL BE HELD OCTOBER 27 The monthly Gold Bar Child Clinic will be held at the Gold Bar school Thursday Oct,. ber 27from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. These clinics are held "on the fourth Thursday of every month, and conducted by the Snohomish County health district and spon- sored by :the Gold Bar Communi- ty club. Dr. Helen Cook is the physician in a,ttendance. The fol- lowing give vohmty service at . the clinic: Maxine Popps.-Midge Garfet d ;3evy" . : .... v F w:. AM. The ladies auxiliary to the Mar- tin -OsterhoRz post No. 9411, Vet- erans of Foreign Wars held their regular business meeting October 14. with hvo guest s present. Dora Campbell and rene Bryant of Ev- erett, After the meeting, lunch- eon was served by Mrs. Chude peachy and Mrs. Cora Grovdahl. The meeting Was olosed in accord. an ce with the ritual, t0reopen October 28 at which time them will be an inspe. "en of the books by the district president. Raudenbush Saturday manning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson at- tended Game night at .the Fern Bluff Grange in Sultan Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ness left a week ago Wednesday for a three day trip to Worley and Coeur d' Atene, Idaho where they visit- ed friends. On the way back they stopped at Ritzville where they visited their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. ,Clarence Ness. Saarmah Brown of Fairbanks, Alaska is visit.hag her folks, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Raudenbush. Mrs. Alvin Klein gave a party Organize Here, Seek More Local Members A meeting of Veterans of World Wr One was held at the Eagles Hall in Monroe, Sunday, October 16. The purpose of this meeting was to organize a new barracks in Mmroe. Several local veterans were present and were inducted into the organization. District commander, Frank E. Johnson of Marysville was in charge of the meeting and plans another meeting for October 29, the time and meeting place will be given ler. Athough the Veterans of WWI is a comparatively new organiza- tion, having been organized in 1953, it now has a membership of some 170,000 veterans, with 2,267 bar- racks in 47 departments (states). There ,are 63 barracks in the State of Washington. At the natianal con- vention, held in Mami October 9 to 12, there were 10,638 registered for the convention. The Veterans of WVI received their Congressional Charter in 1958. The purpose of this organization is to give assistance, where needed, to the older veteran, his widow or dependents and to work for legis- lation to secure better laws cover- ing hospitalization and pension VANCOUVE R CONTROVERSY The city of Vancouver, Whshing- ton, had ,rather a controversial be- ginning. The survey Of Columbia City (Vancouver) was completed August 26, 1850, by George F. Por- ter, through appointment by the court. The conflict ,arose from three elements in contention: The Hudson's Bay Company, who held treaty possessory rights over in- closed lands; the military who claimed ,their reservation; and the city wo had ,provision for a site made them by Congress. Not until five years later were matters final- ly settled, the name changed to Vancouver ,and divided into blocks 200 feet square; eight lots to a block, streets 80 feet wide, with but one exception, and space set apart as a public square. plans for the older veterans. Commander Johnson urges all World War One veterans in the Monroe and Sultan area to attend these meetings and learn what the aims and purposes of this organ- izatin are. A rational officer will be present at the next meeting and will report on what took place at the national convention. GameDept. Shorts The Washington Game Depart- ment has also secured eleven wild turkey eggs from the Wyoming Fish and Game Commission. The eggs will be cared for at the EUenslmrg Game Parm. Earlier this year wild turkeys trapped by the New "Mexico De- partment of Game and Fish and the Arizona Game and Fish Com- mission were flown to Wasaington and released on the Oak Creek and Klickitat game ranges. ( Leonard and Traia Carr Cordially Invite You To Attend The 2nd Anniversary Of The NEW PASTIME TAVERN On Saturday Evening, October 22 t Sultan, Washington The STOCKHOLM Model F2752 . Attractive Scgndlnavian to-boy swiel console, 23" overall diag. measurement. 282 sq. only $3_98 in. of rectengularbicture area. In Choice Of Walntft or Mahog. A eek .[ter any veneers and hardwood IK)I; ]DourlB Pay- ids. Orr'bony color. " t or Trade- l   You save on service with ]1 00ANDC00AF'rED qUAUW CbaSS,s because connectiohs are handwired-and care- fdfl# hddso:aere'd, .... .:, ' '. WHEELER APPLIANCE 119 E. Main PY 4-3852 Mr. and Mrs. Earl MeDivit and Lynnwood were weekend" guests Mr. and, Mrs. arvin Odman of of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse. The Seat.fie were Sunday dinner guests boys spent the weekend hunting. of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Teubner. (No luck) Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kuehl visited Sharon Handy, tlre Carl Handy's Mr..and Mrs. Gas S. D. Rau- granddaughter, arrived by plane denbush Monday afternoon, a week ago Tuesday from Aaska. Mrs. Anna Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Duane McDaniels spent Roy Kohler and Harold Phelps four days in Seattle last week to were Sunday dinner guests and be near her grandmcther who was -" visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin quite ill in the hospital. Klein. Elmer Klein of Seattle called Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Collins were on Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein Sun- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and day. Mrs. Oscar McDanieJs and the .Mrs. 0tcar McDani0]s visited girls. In the evening they went her dentist in Snohomish last Wed- bowling, nesday. The Open Bible Standard Church Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Handy of held their weekly young people's AlaSka who have been visiting meeting Thursday night at 7:30. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson shop- Handy and other relatives and ped in Everett Friday evening, friends for the past month left Al Stark enjoyed a trip down from Seattle by plane Tuesday for on the Canal to Shine over the their home in Alaska. weekend. They brought hom e Mrs. Duane McDaniels and ehil- enough blueberries for four pies. dren visited Mrs. Lester Mores at Mr. ,and Mrs. Earl McDivit of Lake Stevens Saturday and Sunday' Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Bill while tester and Duane took a Teubner visitmd George Lambert hunting trip. Newest members of the nation's Junior Fire Marshal brigade Sunday afternoon. The Harry MeDaniels have a -:-Kendra and Kristin Grant, daughters of Kirby Grant of TV "Sky King" fame--get a realistic first-hand lesson in airport Mr..and Mrs. Fmak Nelson at- new cedar shingle roof on their fire protection from Dad. Kendra, 8, and Kristin, 6, are among tended the birthday dinner of their house. (Looks real nice.) nearly 4,000,000 U.S. boys and girls who will qualify as Junior daughter - in - aw Mrs. Betty Midge Garrett visited Oakley Fire Marshals by inspecting their homes for fire hazards during Wright in Everett. Sunday evening. Dewey at the Monroe General National Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 9-15). The year-round Marie Pielelsimer took her sis- Hospital Friday. Mrs. Dewey is school Junior Fire 'MarshaI program is sponsored as a public ter Nellie Hu.nter house hunting doing fine and expects to return service by the Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Kirby's in Everett last week. home soon. "Sky King"'series is seen on CBS-TV on Saturdays. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McBride of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Handy and Seattle visited ,Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Miss Sharon Handy of Alaska were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Uksila visited