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,st iT yv 4 P I Friday, October 28, 1927 From Our """ 00pono= ts ++ + *+ +** * * * *- U U I I J SKYKOMISH + THE MONROE MONITOR m Monroe, Wash'ngton v ;:h H-av:, and every eonlmon bush c.::::tt,  i: God." Ce e ,-. nnd in the "n:eanest flowe] '. b!:ws ! :ghts that li me deep (or ,.. lel'e are iA every k::l beautiful vases, costly vases, that have been broken and have been re- paired. Some careless little accident upset the vase, and it fell and cracked. Folks patch up their vases and turn the patch to the wall. There re, also, in every life, VASES, that have been cracked, and the CHURCH comes to the front, as a remedy, to patch these broken vases. None of as are perfect. Every life has its broken vase, hiding its scars to the wall. We, in the church, can heal hese broken pieces together, by bringing to you Christ, and He can cement us together with true love and affection, so LET US MEET AT CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning service at 11 a. m. H. T. Owen, pastor. THE MENNONITE CHURCH Rein. 1:16, "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ. For i s a power of God unto salvation to every one that believethY This is the gospel we believe and ve preach. Every other Sunday C. E. 7:30 pro, Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. German services at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p. m. English services at 8:15. Player meeting Wednesday 7:30 (ConUnue_d from p,ge 8) the week-end here with her mother, Mrs. Angle Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knutson of In- dex attended the masquerade here Saturday. Tom Jordon and family are moving " + + +++ 4. "I- 4 4- Perfect Indian summer weather has been with us for a week. This splendid open weather has made it possible for much repairing, painting, etc. Among the new residences being erected is one for Mr. and Mrs. J. F. into the Sarah Mills property on lBeattiger, one for H. Oman and Mr. Third street this week. and Mrs. Harry Pease are building _ )^, ^.._, ...... , , i on to their residence a large addition Everett'" uon Tuesday.'""'v' ,.,,,,=, ,,  Mrs. dJ G. Henry .and children an(1 ............ lrnest ranay were in r=verett Tues- oacn Joinson O[ Hle nlgn SChOOl I H presided at the Ad club luncheon at iJonald Turnbull was u from Seat the Florence cafe Tuesday The ..... ':  P ..... " .......  .: , fue over one weeK-on(1 to ylSl Ills par- mare topics o cuscussmn was tne can- I ents. quet for the Boy Scout troop to be I Mr T V BatH,'- ,,- o , , given by the club to the boys at the  .......  .............. ......... Ivlsztor to Monroe Everett and Seattle Fmrence ca[e weanesoay night. I,ar t f *hi wk Those present were. Dr. Douglas I" T " . .. "'; " -- ........ , . , . j' vl. w. o[ A.. mluateo canm- 0000s00nAt::Yd 0000r:el r B00rdan'0000e s .... p  PP ". Dr. Nelson, L. H. Love, Tom Rosbor- Mrs. G. H. Cashman and son, Ralph, ough, Frank Hegle, H. F. Wilcox, Boone Hardin and Harry Atwood. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Willis of Ever- ett were week-end guests of their daughter, Mrs. Louis Pahl and Mr. Pahl. Mrs. August Kolee of Vancouver visited from Sunday to Tuesday with Mrs. Rose Pullen here. and Mrs. Isabel Lawrence and sons, Harry and Edward, were Monroe and Everett visitors Saturday. Miss Marjorie Maloney spent the week-end with her sisters, in Seattle. C. B. Drennan enjoyed a week-end vacation and visited Sound cities for a few days. Mr. Drennan will be in the employ of the Puget Sound Power "Yes, Wiliard Mack is right, Luckies are best," says Paul Berlenbach Popular pugilist tells iz his manager, Benedict Sterns, that Luck Strikes are the finest ii! cigarettes. .' .... v.'.:!i:i!jii!iiii!! i ] :::"! ' "' "::2 i i H i ??bi:i:i::i: .,.,,,000000,000000000000i!iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii?00iiiiiiiiiii? You, too,will find that LUCKY STRIKES give the greatest pleasure--Mild and Mellow, the finest cigarettes you ever smoked. Made of the choicest .tobaccos, properly aged and blended with great skill, and there is an extra process--"IT'S TOASTED"-- no harshness, not a bit of bite. Noted Authvr, Produce ad Acre:', wr2s "We people of the theatre are, as a rule, extremists. This is the reflex action from ovevwronghe nerves. When a man smokes forty cigarettes a day, as I do, he must be sure of his brand. I smoke Lucky Strikes because I have ound they are soothing to the nerves and at the same time they cause no throat irritation. My voice is always in perfect condio (ion and I am never troubled by any coughing which might be annoying to me in my ttr/ as B actor.  "lt'00 ; toasted" No Throat Irritation-N___0.o Co___ugh__. ' /VO/00 /hans Heater /lw Wondee/00 BRIDGE-BEAClt W(md 00u]}eli00 Embodies all the Prlnclple of Warm Air Furnace Heaang RESTS--Thls heate tee extreme hot and spots in Vour home and fills it with warm, healthful air and com. fort. It CIRCULATES the air--warm, moist, healthful alr Is ev drruhted to all adjoining rooms and hz21a. That is what the new Bridge, Beachauperlor" C-x ator will do.  it l'all of blocksorlmotsandkwillbHnccmforandhapplneulnVour hom tml'll ,," -,, ,,,, IIlt'llllllt \\; ,THEDINGA HARDwARE/C0. "Everything In Hardware" ' Monroe, Washington nd LjgL.t coP.tpa'_.y in Ex-e3",tc after ,i3Velllht l L. _ lat-. c_.',:.:d o" :ri, ::ds ;:,f YL-Llph I : :e, c.r l:..:d be: .... . : Sc .;'c smoker and to root for Ralph. A large crowd attended the Sky- komish Valley Comnlercial club good roads meeting here Saturday evening. The new heating plant being instal- led in the school system here is about completed and will be a great conlfort when in use. Our teachers visited various schools Monday and Tuesday as a part of our regular teachers' institute program. F. H. McCabe, who went to Mayos for treatment two weeks ago, writes that lie is receiving much benefit from the treatments and does not expect to have to undergo an operation. Mrs. Lloyd Watkins entertained twelve children at a party Saturday afternoon in honor of the tenti anni- versary of her daughter, Lola's birth- day. Miss Genevieve Sheridan and some friends were up from Seattle Sunday to visit Miss Sheridan's mother. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Harrison and daughter, Virginia, have returned from a several days' visit to Jefferson Oregon, where Mr. Harrison's mother is ill. William Miller of Seattle was a vis- itor of his brother, C. W. Miller and Mrs. Miller the last of the week. Bill Iiandy was severely injured while at work in the woods Wednes- day, receiving a jam from a swinging log and only for the fact that he saw it p, m. P. A. Kliewer, Pastor. SWEDIStt MISSION CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Swedisli preaching, 11 a. m. Young People's meethag, 7 p. m. English services every Sunday eve- ning at 7:30. Wednesday, prayer meeting and Bible study at 7:30" p. m. Henry J. Lundberg, pastor. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCtl Sunday, October 30: Mass in Monroe at 9 a. m. Rev. Win. Chaput, Pastor. Lind--Postoffi.ce receipts of $14,104 for the quarter are 33 per cent gain over 1926. Illlll l I III111111111 [1111111111111[ |llllllllllllrallllllllllllIlllllllllllllLllUlllllll i 1a$$iiied i []IIIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIItl nlllllllllllllllllllllla]lU IIIIIIIIIQ nllllllllll[ll WANTED WANTED--Late model Fords and Chevrolet cars, trade on new Dodge cars. See Bill Day, House of Auto Service. Phone 2001. FOR RENT FOR RENT--Five acre farm one-half mile south town on paved, highway. Inquire Nick Person, phone 24W1. lt* FOR SALE FOR SALE--Sweet apple cider. F.A. Gerber. Call llFll. 2t FOR SALE--75 Rhode Island pullets, four months old. Phone 12J2. 80t4" ** AT THE CHURCHES 1 MISCELLANEOUS FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL [ loads of wood--attractive pri.ces CHURCH ....... - and prompt, courteous delivery-- unaay scnool at :ao. Phone 17J3. " Preaching service at 11 o'clock. The subject will be: "Testing Out the IF you need a good used car see and ran , he would have been Mlled. The ladies of Mooseheart held regu- lar "lodge work Wednesday evening after which they entertained the lad- ies of the Moose families who have not yet become Mooseleart members, with games and music. After that the husbands and men of the families were brought in and enjoyed an old time dancing party. At midnight a fine sut)per was served after which vocal music and (lancing was enjoyed for a while when all went home pro- nouncing the ladies of Mooseheart royal entertainers and excellent cooks. ++++++.+++ + + WAGNER MILL NEWS * ;.++++.**. Mrs..Wheeler and family who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Norris left Veednesday eve- ning for her home in Montana. Mrs. E. Prochaska, who has been taking in the apple harvest returned home recently. Emil Dolman of Snoqualmie Falls visited his brother, Julius Dolman Sat- urday. Mrs. Francis Lockner and daughter Phyllis, who for the past week have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ward of Sultan returned home Sunday. Guy Fields who is going to school in Snohomish spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Parker Sickles. Mrs. J. G. Schmidt and daughter Eleanor and Mrs. Charles Hawkins and daughter Carol were Everett visi- tors Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dolman and George Hawkins, all of the Wagner community took in the masquerade dance at Sultan Saturday night.    -$. --$- ; Bill Day at House of Auto Service. Phone 2001. WLLL BUY ALL KINDS OF AP- ples, $10 ton, delivered at our plant. Everett Fruit Products Co., Everett, Washington. 31-1t xr COL. H. GARRISON Auctioneer For Sale Date Phone 342 Snohomish, Washington See W. H. Clark Monroe Nat'l Bank Dr, L, G, CLEVELAND D. S., S. D. Chiropractor a'4 Sanipraetor Monroe NaV1 Bank Bldg. 9 a. m. to 5 1 m. EVenirgs--Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 6:30 to 9:30 sPECIAL ATTENTION TO HOUSE CALLS Office Phone 1581 Residence Phone 213 I IIII III I I II I I GEORGE H, JERBEAD UNDERTAKER SPEGIAL AMBULANGE (For mbulance Services Only) Phone 1171 Monroe, Wn. I I II I- Promises of God in Our Lives." The choir will furnish special musiC. Epworth league at 6:30. Subject, "The Equipment of A Chum Winner." Evening service at 7:30. A song service with the singing of some of the old songs. The subject for this service will be: "Trying to Get By Without Being Found Out." Monday, Boy Scouts No. 2 meets at 7:30. Tuesday the teachers and officers of the Snuday school board will meet iu the Epworth league room at 7:30. Wednesday, choir practice at 7:30. Thursday, Bible study and prayer service at 7:30. If you are a stranger in town we sLall be very glad to make you feel welcome. A loyal welcome awaits all who attend these services. ERNEST J. BATES, pastor. NAZARENE CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45. Morning service at 11. Young Peoples' Society 6:30. Evangelistic services at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30. An all day Holiness Group meeting will be held next Tuesday, November 1st, at the Monroe Nazarene church. Pastors with their members from this and neiaboring towns are cordially invited. Services at 10:30 a. m., 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Everybody welcome. Rev. Jennie Stephens, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Friends, perhaps I'm not' an orator, but I want to express myself, so as to be thoroughly understood. Rastus met Big Tim on the street one day. "Hey, big boy, how come you-all dressed up that way---has you-all done got a job?" "Job notln', I'se got better'n a job. Use got a perfession." "Do tell, big boy. What is dat per- fession you-all done got?" 'Tse a orator, I is." "What's dat orator thing you says yo*a's got?" 'Tll done teli you. Ef'n I walks up to you an' says, 'what's two and two make,' you-all says, 'foh.' Pat's con- versation. But ef'n you-all walks up to me an' says, 'what's two and two make,' I done says, 'When in de course ob human events it becomes necessary to make the numerals ob de second denomination and add it to de rigger two, I says unto you and I says it without fear of successful contradiction, de result am invariably 'foh.' Dat's oratory." To me it is a great pleasure to be- come one of Monroe's preachers. Na- ture here is wonderful, but nature after all, never forgives, and she has nothing to say to me of a God who forgives. It is the Bible that tells us of forgiveness "Earth's crammed Sno(iuah'nb--Wr_. Biaisdell ,a !il ex- tend hi presen: sash a::d door plant Kelso--Cowlitz county will have more than 200,000 fcc roads during 1928. Are You Fearful of Them? Why take a chance, Mr. Motorist when you can have the broken treads and sidewalls of your tires vulganized by us in a thoroughly efficient man- , nor at small cost? It pays to ease your mind and save the price of a new tire. Page Nine E. T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts Monroe, Washington CRIS' TIRE SHOP PHONE 2001 Monroe, Washington Live Stock and Farm Sales Registered, Grade or Common Stock GE0. A. GUE Auctioneer Everett, Washington 1101 Colby St. Phone Blue 1799 In either buying or selling I may be of assistance to you For Sale Six room modern house in good condition, 2 lots with fruit and berries. Close to high school. This is a good bargain at $2100. Small three-room house, 2 good lots with fruit and berries located near the high school. Price $1000. 5 acres of land, all cleared, witho5-room house, city water and lights, fruit and berries. ,Located en the paved road near Park Place. Owner will sell on terms of $700 down and balance to suit purchaser. 2 acres on )avement west of city limits with new modern house, woodshed chicken house and barn, fruit trees, city water and lights. Owner will sell on terms of $1000 down. balance to suit purchaser. W. J. WILLIAMS Hallan Building NOTICE TO CREDITORS " Office Phone Main 318 Residence Phone Red 1122 G. F. COOK LAWYER Notary Public 212 Central Building EVERETT, WASH. in the Superior Court of the State of t', Washington in and for the County of Snohomish In the Matte of the Estate of Marion Ann McGovern, deceased, Notice is hereby given, that the undersi.gned has been appointed and has qualified as executor of the es- tate of said deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve same, duly verified, on said executor or his attorney, Clarence J. Coleman, 16-21 Walsh Block, Everett, Washing- ton, and file the same with the Clerk of said Superi.or Court with proof of service, within six months after date of the first publication of this notice. or the same will be barred. H. J. McCREA, 7 Executor. First publication October 21, 1927. Last publication Nov. 11, 1927. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 25602 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. Maude A. Green, Plaintiff vs. Marvin L. Green, Defendant. The State of Washington to the above named defendant, Marvin L. Green. You are hereby summoned to ap- PERCY P. COOLEY, M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Monroe, Wash. Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 Office over F:st National Bank Building DR.A.M. ZAREMBA Dentist Monroe National Bank Building MONROE, WASHINGTON DR. C. W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block :Monroe Minard Allison, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office Monroe General Hospital Phones: Office 231 -- Res. 1741 MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries Whipping Cream that wiil Whip All Orders Promptly Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH, Tel 36J1 Monroe C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 69, Best and Prompt Service SNOHOMISH, WASHINGTON E.E. PURDY&SONS Undertakers Telephone 131 Snohomlsh Office: Phone 42 MONROE, WASHINGTON I above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the un- dersigned attorney for the plaintiff, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of the said court. The object of this action is to cbtain a divorce by the plaintiff from the defendant upon the grounds of aban- donment for more than one year and non-support, and to have the plain- tiff's former name restored to her. E. T. BASCOM, Attorne'y for Plaintiff. Office and l%stoffice Address: 113 W. Main Street, Monroe, Washington. First publication Sept. 23, 1927, Last publication Oct. 28, 1927. Tml , C  O. E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler Monroe, Washington pear within sixty (60) days after the first publi.cation of this summons, to- I ._ wit: within sixty (60) days after the I 23rd day of September, 1927, and de-Gl.eses $1.50 $9..50 .00 fend the above entitled action in the ' ' -- -- l SAY IT WITH,FLOWERS'" For cut flowers and potted plants, floral sprays and de- signs Call the Park Place Green Houses and Floral Co., Monroe. Phone 126J3. W. J. WILLIAMS General, Insurance Dusiness Notary Public and Licensed Real Estate Broker Hallan Building, Blakely Street TWO DELIVERIES DAILY-- Have Your Milk Delivered MORNING AND EVENING W. A. NICKEL Phone 471, Monroe, Washingtom AMBULANCE SERVICE TELEPHONE 2411 HOME FUNERAL PARLORS KENNETH WALTERS 223 SOUTH LEWIS ST. Pres. aml Mgr. MONROE, WASH. I PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe, Washington ! t "1