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Page Eight , ' ' THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Friday, October 28, 1927, ........ i S From Our Correspondents V ๗๗๗+๗๗++++++++• +• ๗, • INDEX INDICATORS * ๗ " + r • + ••๗+++••๗•+++-t Ed C. Morse of Sunset Copper Co. returned Wednesday from a trip to Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. Ed Carlson and Malcolm Stewart made a business trip to Seattle Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Nelson entertain- ed with five tables of bridge at their home Thursday evening. Honors won by Mrs. May and T. C. Doolittle. Other guests were Mrs. Doolittle, Mr. May, Mr. and Mrs. E. Holcorlb, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Akers, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Biery, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rouse, Misses V. ,Van Nattan, Ruth McConnell and Jo- sephine Jerns, and Robert Bennett and George Thomas. H. C. Potter was a Seattle" visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Drake and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Anderson and daugh- ter, Evelyn, of Everett visited Index friends over the week-end. Carl and Paul Carlson motored to Everett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Fiegenbaum spent the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Martin in Seattle. Miss Beatrice Bruce, who formerly taught here, came down from Baring last Wednesday to visit school. Mrs. Ted Skelsey of Shelton arriv- ed Saturday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dubuque. Bob Bennett motored to Seattle Saturday to attend the football game. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dubuque, Mrs. Charles Fiegenbaum and daughter, Barbara, and Miss Alice hastings were Everett shoppers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs. Frank Snell, who has been visiting them for several days, drove to Mon- roe Thursday evening where Mrs. Snell remained. .Miss Velma Snell came up for a short stay. Hugh Slack and Harold Cook, who are attending school in Seattle, came up Thursday evening for a week-end visit with their families and friends. Emil Johnson, who has been over in the apple orchards, returned Thurs- day. Mrs. Otto Burgstahler of Snoqual mie Falls has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Burgstahler for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rouse had as week-end guests, Mr. and and Mrs. Carl Russell and daughter, Annette, of Sunset Mine, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas of Tacoma, Miss Marie Jef- ries of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Foster and son, Junior, of Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Rose and .son, Oliver, of Eugene, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morthland, Madge Baldwin and Chester Carlson attend- ed the U. W.-U. S. C. football game Saturday. Miss Hazel Roaney was in Sultan on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Westlund and sons, Earl and Fred, of Everett viisted friends here Sunday. Jack Fatat came up from Seattle Thursday for a several days' visit at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rouse and children, Lois, Jean and Milton and George Thomas motored to Monroe Monday evening. Mrs. Lloyd Clark and children re- turned Sunday from Evdrett. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan and daughters, Joy and Dorine, and Mrs. J. P. Firmin of Startup visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson Sunday. •๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗๗ 4- • " GOLD BAR • ๗ ๗ • 4"• ๗ •๗ • -••๗•๗๗๗๗๗ ๗• Mrs. Hiner returned Monday from a week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Letteer. Miss Evelyn Schmelhe and Henry Hess were married in Seattle Friday. They re[urned to the home of Mrs. i Hess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmelhe, laving for their own little home Sunday evening, having built a house on the Illman ranch near Sul- tan. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cantrell of Skykomish spent Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cantrall. Miss Irene Borowskl left Monday morning for Seattle after having been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Borowski for a week con- valescing from a recent illness. Miss Mildred Bowers and Leo San- tose of Skykomish were callers at the home of Mrs. Mary Clemons Sunday i evening, i Mrs. William Bowers, son, William,! Jr., daughters, Elaine, Mary and Alma spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. May Clemons. Miss Bernice Clemons left Saturday for Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feeney and baby son drove to Everett Sunday. A dinner in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Mary Clemons was served at her home Saturday evening to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hasson and little daughter, Lorraine, Mr. and Mrs.! Charles Spaffora and children, Velma and Harold, and Elaine Bowers. Mrs. Jack Erlandson went to Seat- tle Monday to attend the funeral of the little son of her sister. Mrs. W. A. Moore drove to Seattle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spafford and children, Velma and Harold, Mrs. William Bow- ers and children, William, Jr., Elaine and Alma of Skykomish and Mrs. An samlnum capsule, feather-light and safely attached to the bird's leg, holds the tissue"pigcongram" message carried by Sperry homing pigeons. Wouldn't y0u like to send a message by "Sperry Air Service" ? Ask any Sperry representativ 00PERRY 00ODUCTS m ev=00 home on €ขeryfarm S. & S. Auto Freight Leaves Seattle Daily at 12:30 p. m. for Monroe. Leaves Monroe Daily at 6 a. m. for Seattle. Seattle Auto Freight Depot-- First Ave. South and Dearborn St. Phone Main 8153 Monroe Depot-- Monroe Electric & Radio Shop Phone 102 Mary Clemons were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Has- son Sunday given in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mr. Hasson. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Swanson of Wallace Falls camp were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dickson. The Mesdames Crump of Startup, Jesse Udell, Jack Erlandson, Sam Per- ry and Miss Gwendolyn Perry were dinner guests of Mrs. Albin Pearson at her home Thursday. Miss Etta Tracy and Mr. Foster of of Seattle were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bol- gard. Mrs. J. D. Moore drove to Everett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kirtley and daflghter, Grace, of Seattle and Mr. Kirtley's mother, who is visiting at his home from the east were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Collins. Carl Homberg of Seattle spent the week-end at the Walter Collins home where Mrs. Homberg has been visit- ing for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Collins and Mrs. Homberg drove to Monroe Sun- day. Last Friday morning Cal Patty and brother, Obe Patty, found a 400-pound bear in a trap they had set in their orchard east of town. They each had a bow and arrow, took aim, and sim- ultaneously shot, both shots hitting him and killing him instantly. Bruin had been making frequent visits in the night into the orchard and had destroyed two stands of bees and sev- eral trees. Mr. Patty called up a Se- attle meat market dealer who came up and took him to his place of busi- ness where he was on display several days before being reduced to the edi- ble state. • 4"๗ • ๗ 4" ๗ •๗ ๗๗ ๗ •๗ • 4,-• ๗ • MOUNT FOREST ๗ ๗•๗๗•••๗••๗๗•4-๗••๗• Mrs. Fitzgerald and daughter, Irene, of toosevelt visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McClellan for a few days this week. Mike Gillert was a Monroe visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Corwell of Ren- ton visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Gunning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olsen and little son of Wagner's mill visited, at the Jacob Mortensen home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Kluin, Sr., daugh- ter, Miss Gertrude, and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Kluin, Jr., and family have moved to Arlington recently. Miss Esther Pallas spent the week- end at the home of her parents in Mukilteo. Robert Coles of Everett and Wil- liam Coles of New York City visited at the Jack Coles home Friday. Mrs. James Gunning visited at the Paul McClellan home on Monday eve- ning. Ed Welever Of Aanaeortes is visit- ing at the C. P. Welever home for a few days. Mrs. Jacob Mortensen and daugh- ter, Miss Hilda, visited at "the Paul McClellan home Tuesday. Misses Esther Pallas and Hllda Mortensen were Monroe visitors Fri- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mortensen and daughters, Miss Hilda and Ethel Mor- tensen and Miss Esther Pallas drove to Kirkland on Wednesday. Miss Pearl Fitzgerald of Roosevelt visited at the Paul McClellan home Thursday. Miss Ethel Mortensen returned to Kirkland where she is employed, after having spent Tuesday with her par- ents here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Armstrong of Se- attle are visiting friends in this vicin- ity for a few days. Mike Gellert and son, Fred, were Moflroe viistors Saturday afternoon. ] D. E. Glover and son, Lester, visited i in Monroe Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mabon and son, Jesse, drove up from Puyallup in their new sedan to be present at a birthday supper given at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith for the pleasure of their daughter, Miss Maxine. D. E. Glover and son, Lester, visited with friends in Everett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Person visited with friends in Monroe Sunday, •๗๗•๗๗๗•••••๗•••4 4, • t DUVALL NEWS : [ ๗๗•๗ ๗4. ๗4-•๗•••••๗ ๗๗๗ [ Mrs. Bert Gaines returned home [ Monday after spending eleven weeks [in Canada and North Dakota, she en- I joyed the trip very much and reports good weather most of the time, but was glad to get back to Washington. Little Marjorie Stromberg had the misfortune to get the first finger of the right hand caught in an electric ringer, causing quite a serious injury. She is under the car of Dr. Allison of Monroe. Mrs. Clarence Vickery spent the week at Grays Harbor where her hus- band is employed by the Greenwood Lmnber company. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Datnard of VancouVer, B. C., spent a few days visiting Mrs. Dainard's sisters, Mrs. V. Plovie and Mrs. James Wallace, Sr. William Hynes returned Saturday night from a three weeks' trip to Wenatchee. Ralph Funk spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Funk. Several Rebekahs of this vicinity attended the assembly district meet- ing held at North Bend Thursday. They report a good attendance and a fine time. Teachers of the Cherry Valley school spent Thursday visiting vari- ous schools in the county. Miss Ann Leslie and Miss Eliza- beth Van Tilborg spent the week-end in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Bessire went to Se- attle Saturday to attend the football game at the stadium. D. S. Miller was suddenly taken tl! while attending I. O. O. F. lodge Tues- day night. Dr. Allison was summoned and the patient is reported as improv- ing. Miss Ruth Gainer of Seattle spent the week-end visiting relatives in Duvall. Mrs. W. K. Dean spent the week- end at Hoods Canal visiting her sis- ter, Mrs. Herzog. Mrs. Charles Boyd of Mount Ver- non and Mrs. Philip Andrews of Se- attle spent Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gainer. Joe Stapleton spent Sunay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Staple- ton. ๗+++++++++๗๗•++++ ** TUALCO NOTES Mrs. J. A. Cedargreen, Mrs. Ethel C. Cedargreen were the guests of Mr. Cronnor, Mrs. R. Duncan and Mrs. Margaret and Marjorle, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eagan and daughters, visiting at her home Sunday.. Miss Alice Frohning of Seattle was and Mrs. N. Cedargreen Wednesday. in Seattle Saturday. Irving Borshiem spent Sunday in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Finkle and daughters, Alice and Lorene, visited at the William Lester home Sunday. Mrs. K. Waiters and Florence Bor- shiem visited at their home. Miss Mildred Gerber spent the week-end at her sister's, Mrs. G. I. Roly in Everett. Mr. Spark of Seattle was visiting at the Rosselli home Sunday. t STARTUP ** +๗+++++4.๗๗+๗++4 € € " * rye๗C: The Live Wire club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kellogg Wednesday afternoon, November 2. This is dues day and election of of- ficers, and all the members are re- quested to attend. Wallace A. Schmidt, who at present is at Lodge Grass, Mont., received an appointment to Annapolis as a mid- ! shipmen to the navy through the Hon. Senator Wesley L. Jones. Although :the appointment is for second altern- ate, his friends hope to see him pass the examination and surpass the prin- cipal and other alternate, thereby se curing full appointment. Mrs. Will Benedict of Wallace Falls camp called at the home of Mrs. I. J. Crump Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bartlett and children, Betty, Mark and Tom of Sll- verdale, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bartlett, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Startup were Everett business visitors Saturday. Their granddaughter Suzanne Startup, came home with them for the week- end. The Misses Florence and Grace Baldridge of Seattle were week-end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ba|dridge. Messrs. Henry Schroeder, Charles Schindler and Miss Christine Schroe- der motored to Seattle Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ziebell and son, Billy, Lawrence and Bill Ziebell attended a show in Everett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crittenden of Port Angeles visited at the home of Mrs. Crittenden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Larson, and friends from Monday to Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seholtz of Ever- ett were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Minnegar Sunday. Bud Larso of Everett and Mrs. L. Sanford and baby, Jo.e, of Everett were over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slack. Mrs. William Ziebell, Mrs. Clarence Ziebell and Bill Ziebell motored to Everett to shop Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Crow were Seattle vis- itors Friday. Mrs. Ben Imerson, Mrs. Rachel and on, Donald, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Black Friday, aD from Snohomish. Mr: and Mrs. B. A. Lund, Mr. and and Mrs. Roland Crow, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stretch Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Blttck visited relatives and friends in Everett Tuesday and Wed- nesday. Mrs. Clarence Duncan and daugh- ter, Joy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson Thursday. Mrs. B. A. Lund had as a house- guest several days last week, Mrs. William Campbell and children, Stu- art and Mary Ann, of Sultan. The members of the Rebekah lodge will meet "luesday evening, Novem- ber 1. Mrs. Rebecca M. Boyle, who has been a house-guest of Mrs. Alice Kel- ley for several days, returned to her home in Everett Sunday. Mrs. Boyle is a pioneer of the west, being the first settler in Startup. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Malone of Ever- ett called at the I. J. Crump home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Collins of Monroe were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Suzle Thursday. Mr. Collins and the Rev. Suzle mo- tored to Seattle Sunday returning on Monday. •๗•๗•++•.6••++.6•••๗ 4- • • 4, ** SULTAN SELECTIONS ๗๗๗+++๗+++++++++๗+ ๗ Mr. Santose of Everett was in town visiting with friends Thursday. Mrs. Sarah Mills has sold her house- hold furniture and expects to leave for California to make her home with her son. The masquerade given by the Odd Fellows Saturday night broke all re- cords for a crowd. Two hundred and sixty-three tickets were sold. It is estimated that there were six hundred in attendance. Love's Hardware store here was robbed of about $150 worth of mer- chandise Sunday night. The robbers came through an opening in the floor where they had been installing a heat- ins apparatus. Over the opening had been placed a heavy kitchen range. The range was tipped over. Among the merchandise taken were four guns and a bunch of amunition. This is the eighth robbery of local business hous- es here since the first of March. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pahl and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Startup attended the bridge party given by Mr. and Mrs. Frost at Wallace Falls Thursday evening. Mrs. Lon Sexton motored to Seattle on Tuesday. Mrs. Griffith and daughter of Gold Bar and Mrs. John McKay of Everett were visiting friends in Sultan Thurs- day. " The sophomores will be entertained by the freshmen with a masquerade party at the high school gymnasium Friday, October 28. Fay Baker and Jim Atwood, who have been ,hunting east of the moun- tains, returned home Saturday. A. J. Foster of Monroe was a pro- fessional caller in town Thursday. The high school board of directors held the regular monthly meeting at the high school Friday night. Regular business was attended to. The bills were allowed. Mrs. Willard Headrick gave a mis- cellaneous shower to compliment Mrs. Elmer Buss, a reecnt bride, at her home, Wednesday. Many useful gifts were received by the bride from her many friends. A delightful social af- ternoon was enjoyed during which a dainty lunch was served by the host- ess. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casey attended the university football game in Seat- tle Saturday. Dan Profitt of Norton visited rela- tives here last week. William Campbell of the Citizen's bank, made a businoss trip to Skyko- mtsh Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Douglas attended the university football game in Seat- tle Saturday. Miss Juanita Baker of Seattle spent Continued .n page 9) DISPERSAL SALE Tuesday, Nov. 1st ONE P.M. On the Roesiger road at Peters' Mill, located nine miles NE Snohomish. From Monroe take the Woocls Creek Road. On account of leaving the farm I will sell my cattle and machinery consisting of- 5 COWS, Four Fresh, One Springer---5 HEIFERS 2 YEARS OLD AND ALL FARMING TOOLS H, E. PETERS Owner GEO. A. GUE, Auctioneer 1101 Colby St., Phone 1799 Everett, Wash. 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