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..- Page Three :Friday, October 31, DR HEDGER COMING CAMPFIRE GIRLS MEET (Paid Advertising) Chas. Wagner was a guest for tea. err, Miss Martha Lind and Frank A wonderfully pleasant afternoon / Countryman. The house was taste- was enjoyed with five rounds ofl fully decorated in the autumn shades. bridge after which the hostesses/Mr, and Mrs. Ford were presented served delicious refreshments. The] with a beautiful cut glass dish.. house decorations were autumn| - -- leaves and halloween shades carried SHINING BY REFLECTED LIGHT out in the table decorations and score cards. Mrs. Herley scored high and Mrs. Newcomb low; both received prizes. Mrs. Leslie Brady entertained the Young Matrons' club at her home on Tuesday. The following ladies enjoyed an evening of bridge: Mes- dames C. W. Roben, E. E. Johnston, Robert Duncan, Howard Watkins, Ralph Raven, W. S. Fletcher, Clyde McGee, Ed White, J. M. Reardon, W. J. McCord, Victor err and Miss Alice Louden with Mrs. Fred Gheen as a visitor. Mrs. err scored high and received a lovely prize. At the conclusion of play the hosstess ser- evd dainty refreshments. Mesdames R..M. Brown and C. H. Currie were hostesses to a party of (By Guy W. Green) Old Bill Jones, as people ran, Was a commbn kind of man. Farmed along from day to day, In the usual sort of way, Raised some stock and sold some grain. Cussed the weather, prayed for rain, Went on Saturday to town; Walked the village up and down; No one seemed to care a lot Whether Bill was there or not. Old Bill had a boy named Joe-- Smart, too, If you want to know-- On the judging team, by jing, Led the bunch in everything. Joe's team swept the county fair, Went to K. C., cleaned them there; At Chicago, ame old tale, Won the ribbons and the kale. 4-.4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-++4-4-* + SOCIETY 4--4--4--4-4--4-4--4--4--4--4-+++4"++4 Mrs. Bert Brix entertained the Rook club at her home on Thursday evening last. The folloing ladie- enjoyed the game: Mesdames Flor- ence Henry, B. J. Lobdell. George Hagedorn, A. W. Monroe, Russsell Byron, Fred Hagedorn, J. W. Crow Rose Tanquary, E. M. Stephens, 5 J. Cretney,, C. F. Elwell, Gec, rge W. Shay, R. W. Jellison, C. A. McMickle, Wm. Lillemoen, Dan Wolfe, S. F. Denny, and the Misses Hazel Himes, Marguerite Grady and Lenoe Garder. The house decoratios were beautiful, yellow and white being used in the color scheme. Delicious refreshments were sserved by the hostess. * * :: Mrs. W. C. Streissguth entertained at her home on Friday afternoon. The following ladies enjoyed bridge: Mesdames R. M. Brown, J. E. Hamil- ton, G. P. Stuart, S. J. Knapp. C E. Taylor, J. M. Reardon, C. H CuTTle, W A. Munro, R. S. Ravec., S.H. gentlemen and ladies on Saturday Boss, J H. Skalley, W. R. Eastcn, E. evening. Bridge Was enjoyed by the following couples: Messrs. and Mes- H. Streissguth, R. B. Payne, C. L. I dames J. J. Wedel, W. C. Streissguth, Barlow and Miss Margaret Fleming. Mesdames Minard Allison, Earle/E. H. Streissguth, F. K Swan, S J. Knapp, S H Boss, James Hamilton, Heiffert and C. F. Elwell were gaests Grant Gibson, Mrs. George Stuart for tea. The house decoratiens were beautiful, autumn flowers being used ' and Miss Fleming. After a few in profusion. Dainty refreshments rounds of bridge the hostesses seT- were served by the hoste.. Miss ved lovely refreshments. Mrs. F. K. Fleming scored high and Mrs. Hm- Swan and Mr. Sam Knapp scored high and both received prizes. ilton low; both reeeeived prize. *S*. * Mesdames W. Fletcher and Ar- thur Nelson were hostesses to the second party of ladies on Friday last at Wagner Mill. The following ladies enjoyed bridge: Mesdames E. E. Johnston, J. J- Cretney, G. F. Herley, J. W. Crow, Clde McGee, Fred Thedinga, Jas. Hatch, E.G. Rhode, E: M. Stephens, J. JReardon, John Robm:tson, I. E. Taylor, C. L. Newcomb, Roy Jellison, C. A. Mc- Mickle and R.L. Billings. Mrs. * * The Research club entertained their husbands and the teachers at a delightful halloween party Tues- day evening in the Congregational hall, with all the well known ghosts and witches in attendance Mrs. Jas. i Hatch, Mrs. R. B. Payne and Mrs. R. L. Billings rendered the "Witches Scene" from Macbeth as a feature of the evening's entertainment which was followed by a pleasing program. The guests were dressed to represent the differnt holidays of the year and the costumes were very Then it went to London town Where it judged the Britlsh down Now when old Bill walks the streets Everybody that h meets Reaches out to grasp his hand, Tries to make him understand Folks are glad to see his face, Glad to know he's in the place. Old Bill, going fn his way, Slightly dazed, is heard to say: "Beats all how a hustling lad Brings distinction to his dad." SIRE SALES MADE "We are just beginning to get the full effects of the Purebred Sire Campaign launched in thi county last spring." This is the way Chas. Crewe, of the Valley Gems Farm at Arlington, and president of the Washington State Guernsey Cattle club has the situation sized up. "It seems like many people are just be- ginning to realize that a Sire Cam- paign was put on and the value such a campaign was to the dairymen of ( unique. Delicious refreshments were th'e county." _ served at a late hour. The hall was [. beautifully decorated for the occasion This seems to be the sentiment over I orange and black being us'ed in the the county. Dairymen are endeavor- color scheme ,ing to get better stock; are trying . ,  to get sires that have better produc- " Mr. and Mrs. Eugmm Ford enter-'tion records back .of them; are trying tained on Friday last, the occasion t get heifers and, cows that will i being their thirteenth wedding anni-iP rduce more than those they have versary. The evening was spent all been or are keeping. As a proof cards, after which was served a very l of this, five sales of purebred sires delicious luncheon. The guests were', have been reported in the county Messrs. and Mesdames Robert Them- i so far this month. as, Edgar Howell, Victor err, L. P. [ --Arnold Z. Smith, County Agent "tn'} One ......... ii !i'i iiii i DIO Snhm'svhotCunty Vters -th00 'AN t never/ ,j ers ! Comfortable as you make 'eml Pearl Oil's as easy to "keep up" as turning a wick- the most conve- nient heat ever made. Every drop is consumed in dean, he00t-p0000d00dng flame. Be sure your kero- sene is the highest quality only--order "Pearl Oil" by the name that's copy- iighted for. youi protex. don. STANDARD OIL COMPANY ()IlL /orH00&UGIU A HOME MAN LLOYD L. BLACK O F EVERETT Democratic Nominee FOR CONGRESS Endorsed By: Progressive Party U. S. Senator Dill Wm. Jennings Bryan "Labor, The National Periodical Bellingham and Everett Labor Councils Ben Marsh, National Speaker Farm Council LLOYD BLACK HAS LIVED IN SNOHOMISH COUNTY FOR 33 YEARS HE WILL GIVE SNOHOMISH COUNTY AND THE ENTIRE DISTRICT A SQUARE DEAL VOTE FOR BLACK--OUR HOME MAN The District has been neglected for 10 years, while our share has gone to California and back East LLOYD BLACK WILL FIGHT FOR PUGET SOUND The Parent-Teacher associatio wishes to announce the coming of Dr. Caroline Hedger, a child wel- far worker of note in two continents, Tuesday, Nov. 4th. She will make two addresses, one at 2:30 p. m. on the topic, "The Problem of the Adoles- cence," and the other at 8:00 p. m. on "What the Community Owes the The new campfire group which was recently organized in Monroe, held its first meeting on Thursday afternoon last at the home of Mrs, Russell Byron. The following offi- cers were elected: President, Aud- rey Olon; secretary, Ada Fisher; treasurer, Eva Dennis. Eva Dennis, Eva Hysom and Ada Asher were ap- pointed a committee .of three to take Child." Both of these lectures will charge of the candy sale at the Communit- hall I Tocmetone Campfire Girls' vaude- be given at the  ' " a and are entirely free to the public, ville to be presented on _Fr, Dr. Hedgers work for children's evening, November 'm, at the ua welfare has carried her to many parts 1 Fellows hall. The group is to meet of our own country, as fell as abroad, / regularly every Thursday afternoon, and she is well qualified to speak of I the next meeting to be held at the her subject because she speaks with home of Eva Dennis. The following the authority of practical experience, are the charter members of this A cotmideration of the needs of our children and young people should be of first importance to every member of this community. Therefore it is earnestly hoped that many people will avail themselves of this oppor- tunity. Ask anyone who heard her speak at Snohomish last year if it was worth while. RememlSer the date--November 4th, both afternoon and evening, at Community hall. group: Eva Hysom, Eva Dennis Maxine Ford, Audrey Olson, Ada Asher, Iola Waiters, Jenny Ross and Jane Billings. Newport--State, county and road tax budget reduced $27,118.45 below that of 1923. Grays Harbor  $34,000 business block to go up. Park Place GROCERY PARK PLACE Why go a mile further to buy your groceries? i STOP AT THE PARK PLACE GROCERY STORE I cam'y a good line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Feed and Produce Store open frmn 7:30 to 6 p. m. six day out of each week Come and try our goods and prices fI you cannot come, PHONE 125W1 P. A. KLIEWER Successor to Frank Countryman e'er Str Vot m t-- REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET ROLAND H. HARTLEY Republican Candidate for Governor Self-made business man. Always fair to labor. First to provide home comforts in logging camps. Favors Asiatic exclusion; never at any tme employed Japs in" his industries. Stands for common-sense business administration. Believes in equal rights for all citizens. Demands that efficiency replace red tape. Will protect and propagate Wild Game and Fish. Staunch fiend of educatioe. Believes Public Business must be divorced from political man- ipulation. GOVERNOR Roland H. Hartley LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR W. Lon Johnson SECRETARY OF STATE J. Grant Hinckle STATE TREASURER W. G. Ports STATE AUDITOR C. W. Clausen ATTORNEY GENERAL John H. Dunbar COMMISSIONER OF PUB,LIC LANDS O. V. Savidge SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Josephine Corliss Preston STATE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER H. O. Fishback. REPUBLICAN PLEDGES, Tax reduction. Law enforcement Finish highway program. Protect dairy industry Prohibit child labor. Better farm marketing sys- tem. Develop state esources Home products used for pub- lic works. Women's Industrial Home and Clinic. Judge W. D. Askren Candidate for Justice of the Supreme Court Election Nov. 4 E. W. COX, M. D. Optometrist Practice limited to comfort and efficiency of vision. OFFICES 210 South Lewis Street Monroe, Tel. 1471 " Monroe hours: until 9 a. m., and after 6 p. m. Sunday until 2p.m. 406 Commerce Building, Everett, Tel. Main 2) i , MONROE GENERAL HOSPITAL Completely equipped to handle Medical, Surgical and Obstet- rical Cses X-ray Apparatus _ Opposite Monroe Phone "231 Stage Depot. DRS. LUM & TAKACS Physicians and Surgeons H. K. Lum Henry Takacs Country calls given special attention Office over First National Bank and Camp-Riley Drug Co. Tel. 332 Monroe Wash. Marceling ManicurinE Shampooing At Beauty Parlors VAN'S BARBER SHOP Monroe Miss Lulu Arp in Charge We Specialize in Ladies' i Hair Bobbing Why )it colder --because the earth has absorbed a supply of heat from the sun. The far- ther one gee s away frcm this heat, the colder the air becomes. How balmy the feeling of Glycerin and - Rose Water when icy winds bite into the skin and leave it chapped and sore! Puretest .Glycerin and Rose Water is not oly wonderfully soothing on chapped hands and face, but a delight- ful lotion after shaving. Delicately fragrant with rose boquet. One of 200 Puretest preparations. Every item the best that skill and conscience can produce. CAMP-RILEY DRUO CO. PIANO TEACHER Special Attention to Beginners $1.00 an Hour MRS. BAYTON 227 Lewis St. Apt. 1 ,') ""'" i.: :'7