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-GOLD BAR NUGGETS Mrs. Esther Lars~, S~'camore 3-2321 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Handy gath- ered with friends in Monroe on Sunday to say goodbye to their granddaughter Sharon Handy who is returning home to Alaska. Shar, on had been attending the Seattle University• Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erlandsen were Seattle shoppers on Thursday. Clarence Chilstrom and Creone were .with the group of Jnana Hori- zon Club girls and their dads who went on a tour of the shipyards at Bremerton on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miskey at- tended the wedding of Harold Mil- ler of Index to Lois Waymire of Se- attle in Sultau on Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miskey visited Mrs. Miskey's brother in Seattle on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Spleen and Pat of Seattle visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman on Sunday eve- ning. The Spleens had taken mov- ing pictures of flowers etc. of the Whiteman ranch and showed them to the Whitemans also the new Mercury station wagon just acquir- ed. Mr. and Mrs. Curly Whiteman of Seattle.and Larry Hayden were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman. Mr. and Mrs. Whitey Pownell .and children of Seattle visted Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse and family on Sunday. Betty Morse went back with the Pownells for ~,a weeks stay and to do, some s~opping. ,Mr. and Mrs. Don Elliott of Ev- an~lrMrS. Clyde Wyatt Saturday• s. Jackie Sacia helped with the Latter Day Saints rummage sale held in Everett Friday• Mr. and Mrs. Mervya Pfeiffer, Denny and Mrs. Annie Pfeiffer and Bob of Monroe were Sunday din- ner guests of Mrs. Gladys Banta. Johauna Schmidt of Sultan and Olivia Reyes of Monroe visited De- lores Martinez on Saturday eve- ning. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe LaFerrier on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mauric~ Coty and family of Everett• Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bernard of Sedro Woolley visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Handy Saturday after- noon. Judy, Kathy and Douny Ander- son of Sultan were weekend guests of Mrs. Gladys Banta. Linda Reec~ of Startup was a guest of Elizabeth Barritt over the weekend. Mr. R. A. (Butch) Braman en- tered the Seattle Veterans hospital on November 28 and is improving nicely. He was allowed to have dinner in the main dining room this last Sunday. Mrs. Braman hopes he will be home t~ stay some time in January. Mrs. Vivian Courage and Mr. andMrs. C. W. Handy attended the Garden City grange last Mon- day evening. ; Jack Erlandsen attended the Cen- tennial celebration of the Grand Lodge of the Masons on Sunday of index and Gold Bar. This proj- ect has been carried out each year for Gold Bar but the first' year for Index. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mar- tha Bass and Mrs. VeDa Badgett. Mrs. Lillian Baker of Carnation was demonstrator of Stanley prod- ucts at a party held at the home of Mrs. Esther Larsen on Thurs- day afternoon. Present were Mrs. Norma Fleming of Monroe, Juanita Lobdell, Louise McDaniel •and J.D., Mrs. Vivian Courage and Vinita Hyde. MARY K. SMITH'S elation over the pri~e she finally won at Games night this last Saturday that "the Community Club with the assist- ance of the Martin-0sterholtz Post and AuxiIiary put on for the chil- dren's Christmas treats was well worth sitting in on. Whistling Tom rolled the basket through sixteen games, when Cliff Glazier relieved the exhausted "six-six." Nearly fir. ty-three guests were present and nice seeing Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Goodrich and son Darryl of Che- laD. They didn't lose any of their lucky magnetism, even with mov- ing so far away• Also the Cecil Mil- lers of Startup and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jarnigan of Snol~omish." With the lucky charm the Wehrs of Sultan held last time, kept won- dering why they weren't at this turnout. Mrs. Gill Schmelzer, Mrs. A1, B~dgett, and Mrs. Ruby Glazier ,seems had the lucky cards for the evenings fun. Alvin Klein was the winner of the turkey• A1 Badgett won the door prize and Mrs. John Martin the main prize of the eve- ning, a lovely table-tamp. See you at the next regular Vet's games night on December 20. Mr. and Mrs. George Courage end. On their return trip to Chelan they found 9 inches of snow and temperature was 29. (Should have stayed in ~the banana belt here!) James MacArthur of Vancouver, B.C. was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith from Thursday through Sunday. Mr. MacArthur is Mrs. Smith's brother. The Alvin Klein family celebrat- ed Sharon's eighteenth birthday by eating dinner "out" in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ness were Everett shoppers on Thursday• Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ness visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Walcker and family at Alderwood Manor on Sun- day afternoon. Eric Smith was an overnight guest of Richard Larsen Friday• Mr. and Mrs. George Geisdorf and LeRoy of Everett visited Mr; and Mrs. Clarence Getschmann on Sunday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McDaniel on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton t~cDaniel and Roxy Bry of Seattle• Mrs. Eva Chilstrom and Creone attended the Fireside installation and dinner of the Jnana Horizon at the Sultan grade school on Sun- day afternoon. Mr• and Mrs. Ace Gilmore were guests at a dinner and bridge par- ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McAllistor in Seattle Sat- urday evening. Mr.-and Mrs. George Geisdorf of Everett were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brokofsky Sun- day• Larry Hayden took Mrs. R. A. Braman to Everett Monday to visit Gretchen at the Vets hospital. Midge Garrett was an Everett Ducks Show In Coastal Areas Game Supervisor Art Crews re- ports that a good supply of ducks are now in around Dungeness, with a spot check of 13 hunters over the weekend having 56 ducks. There is also a good flight of ducks in the Chehalis valley and a large number of geese in the lower Wil- lapa Bay area. Crews further reports that 5 elk were taken during the past week in the special season near Forks, and one in the Quinault area. This makes a total of 29 elk known taken in the Forks area so far and 3 in the Quinault area. Thirty-five elk have been taken from the Fran- ces area, so far in the special sea- son, and 6 from the Humptulips area. SEEN ... About Gold Bar Was Riley Gilmore sponging,eggs off the floor at school during "games night" Saturday. Appears the Les McCombs first Monroe Monitor, Thursday, Dec. 1 !, 1958 PAGE THI Everett VA Windstorm Pas Office To Close The Veterans Administration of- fice in Everett will be closed ef- fective December 31, 1958, L. H. Hall, manager of the VA Regional Office in Seattle, announced today• Hall said that an evaluation of the workload in that area has been made, and in view of its proximity, the Seattle Regional Office can now satisfactorily take over the functions of the Everett office• Following the closing of the Ev- erett office, veterans and others in that area may obtain assistance and information on veterans' bene- fits by visiting or writing to the VA Regional Office located in the Tower Building, 7th Avenue and Olive Way, Seattle 1, as this office maintains the basic records of vet- erans residing in the Everett area. Those living closer to Bellingham may find it more convenient to go to the VA office in the Kulshan Building in that city. Cuts Swath In Timber Lands Aerial surveys completed t week by Weyerhaeuser Ti~ Company foresters revealed the vere windstorm" one month blew down in three hours r timber than all of the compa 3,000 loggers cut in three mot Philip Hogan, Weyerhaeuser est operations division maua says this storm damage will quire extensive revision of logl plans to enable the company salvage as much of the bl down timber as possible. He., the uprooted timber, which o build 20,000 five-room homes, only one factor; if not harv~ it will become an insect breo ground threatening the surroun~ good timber with insect infe Lions. Following the storm, newspa] reported that several persons v killed when 160 m.p.h, gusts /* 'ones to have their outdoor Christ- Legl0n,a,,q,a|g~ H01d wind uprooted thousands of tr mas tree already decorated. Th~ storm centered north of A crime wave in theft. Analarm-D I'wr~.~a jDec 16 Columbia River and south of 4 ing amount of guns being stolen I~]~L__ Rainiex-. from homes and business places • Hogan estimated that more shopper on Friday. Jack Erlandsen attended the Ma- sonic installation at Snohomish on Saturday night• Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Handy vis- ited Mr. and Mrs: Ray Porter in Sultan on Saturday night• An American Legion meeting, in- cluding Christmas party with re- freshments, will be held a~ 8 p.m. Friday, December 16, in the Sultan Town Hall. The meeting will feature gift ex- changes. ber was damaged by this st than in any gale since 1951. to the low rain fall the soil relatively stable and hard. A~ result, many merchantable t were twisted off and broken al the ground ruining the most "~ able part of the tree. The community extends t h e i r heartfelt sympathy to. Mrs. Helen, Ludwig and family in the loss of their friend, Willard J. Miller. Mr. Miller (Woody) has some time and passed away at a Sultan rest home on November 30. Mr. and Mrs Warren Sacia at- tended a berry meeting in Puyal: lup Saturday. Gus Zerger of Monroe was a din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright on Monday• Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sacia are among those taking square dance lessons under Buck Baxter held at the new Monroe grade school every Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Higgins at Monroe-on The couples enjoyed an evdulng of pinochle and the very unusual hap- pened to Mr Teubner, holding a thousand A's twice with a full hand of trump! Mr. Elgi Moore Mrs. Walter Sautell and family of Omak were overnight guests of Mr. erett visited Mr. "and Mrs. Warren and Monday. They were in Ta- were in Seattle Friday visiting Mr. Sacia on Wednesday. coma on Sunday and Monday at and Mrs Ben Coura-e ' W"~ ~'~'-..~~~-~.-~'~. .... J ..... ~ ............. ' ~-~-ia • . ~ • . -, ., ~ "---'--'-.~'-~'-=~ =~-~.--.=~-.=~-.==~.......~..~=...~.,=~..~..~,~.~.,=~...l u~y-w • . _ Mtcs Juamta Lobdell recewee a ~,m " _ : • Mrs Betty Wright returneo Tues- " r in F • _ ..... letter recently from Mrs. Lor a e ill, ~ J 91 ~ O n day noon from a w0ndermL vxs~t • • Lowe telling of her mother, Mrs. Fo er' with relatives at Reedley, Califor- Ethel Vantress reall,, en~o~'a liv I! llmml~l~l}l~i~~- ~ 11i~ I ]g S---2 • $1.57 Pound I " • • ' " r iem # ~ J-'~' " been ill for nm A roster, Mrs Jake P eh .... ' ~ • Ih mm .ram ....... : ..... • .... ing at uentrafia. ~e worzs part ~r ~~L~V ~ ~JL~~ IAA~~pp 1A I cl aw y t a ana i~y neia a zamuy retmmn time for a doctor and welfare work I , , ' , •. =..LLLBm_ , J~m , ~oveJ be 30 in Betty s honor and another sister, •. • ^ c1~ at" Mrs Jake Graber out of R'~lley affiliated with the Dorcas Society ~ PY 4=2341 " PY4-2351 ] ~jl~Jirrl rI F Ar UA I en ~ "~ - • ~-" " v nin of the S•D.A. This work keeps Mrs. I] PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY | IP' V ll Ill Ill • • i ~ llm | 4 ng h P1 rhl: .did the same on ~aturuay e e g: Vantress very handy and much bet- | ~-~ ........ p,,. ~ ~ n v ~' I • ' " n'o eft ~ .... ~) ~- --~" ~"~ R~~ )eM~ ,~ ~ v~e~r ~~h!!~ th~:~: ~anega~g~?0~ali~!e ~hdCke;:rydo~ ] ~ ~'1 ~ n V ' t n 303 " of Snohomish visited Mr. Geor;n Mrs. Evelyn Nelson and girlsI b ~" L IF--11| _ II II II ~_ ~/I I) II • @ ]~ne en S la are da evenm ~w" mlmU .ll m '- :" Popps on Satur y " g. and Mrs. Thelma Lawson were"| ,I I ~Id~ ~I~ ~ l~ 11 -, • = - " - - - I/l~ ~quar d ace ...... • --"urda I ..... --.~ ~- = = • = = -=,~v .... The Gold Bar .~aruen taun naa Monroe snoppers on ~at y. • am Teubner chan e saw lovel Chrm ar " " " 1 " ~mmmmm=.mmn mmm vmmvwwmm m • • • mmV _ . g' • Y " .t~;L!- Chhrles Stuart was released from a []IWll lll=lW ' 1 llA - - - :-'__ • tom Higgins rangemens made by severm ot me ral Hos ital" Wed] l Ii~ I1~. Fimher's---Vacuum ack --~. in ' ' :' ~ the'Monroe Gene p - II=llmllUVim • • p ed 14 oz Tm Sa.,r a, even members e=,,o,' of __,o, o__..,., a,,d • = ---- "''"-- --...=-- ='---, )yed an evdnmg o angel food cake wzth whipped ic 1- a-ain J : . _: : . ' ...~ lllllbll illl~ -lUg; vezy unusual hap- cream served them: by-h0stesses v~ery n ey g • ...' . | Pudding tooI __ YKg. I|I|ALU IlU/~,~ • • • • |~ 'eub:~er, holding a Eunice Verlinde and Jeanette Den- ~ev. an~ Mrs. ~.on ~e~.son. ~a ~ | | | Ill• P • III ~ I ~ ~ ~. ce~dthafu]lhand nv The'next meeting will b~held, Cherylmao~a~usmesszmpzo.~e- ~ |A||A E|•A |•EE|~ -~ VE EE~ -: uden " attle last Wednesday. ' , ' • at the home,of Mrs. RuthRa - _ ....... | .IHllll i'l~ rlllillll //1 .'1 sw~o~ Reg, Pkg.[ ~re and daughter, bush on December t6_when wreaths! 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