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Camp Fire Group Garden Club Has Gatterman-Laizure Monroe Monitor, Thursday, Dec. ]], 1958PAGE SEVEN Chooses Name, Have Christmas Party Vows Spoken in : ~- Step-up Ceremony No setting could have been more Candlelight Ceremony Quality Products Budget Priced G A S A P P L I A N C E S delightfully Christmasy than the In a beautiful candlelight eere- Bob Dennis ' By Mary Zaremba home of Mrs. Minerva Lucken The junior high campfire group, when she entertained the Monroe mony in the Methodist church Fri- Home Owned Home Opera}ed Whirlpool ranges and dryers; water heaters; furnace=, O em er, Monroeuai-'ry o, o.,ow_ under the leadership of Mrs. Tom Garden Club Monday evening. In- Barbara Ann Laizure was united in heaters; Coleman wall furnaces and apace heaters; Sullivan, met at the home of Mrs. side and out lights twinkled and marriage with Mr. Eugene Gatter- Williamson Monday for, their step- one clever bit of decoration: after vent beaten; suspended beaten. man. The bride is the daughter of NOTHING DOWN, up to36 monthstopay up ceremonies, another charmed the guests. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Laizure and ( Feaur;ng Darigold Products ) Aname for the group, Tan 0 Kun Edith Connelly and Mrs. Mabel the groom is the son of Mr. and She, was chosen. During the cere- Hegewald were co-hostesses. Mrs. Rueben Levi. ~ Milkt,~ ~ Cottage Cheese. fresh.daily ,.. ,tl'alleral " PP'l~ll ""In wP-n mony, Mary Zaremba gave a talk Mrs. Connelly showed especially The Rev. Forrest Tibbitts, pas- on Blue Birds, and Mary Sullivan, beautiful colored slides taken on a for of the church, performed the Eggs W' Butter PY 4 5265 PY 4 6401 Laurie Ernster, and Carol Sallee recent trip through the Canadian ceremony. .-- " Monroe gave talks on Campfire. Rockies to Banff, Jasper Park, and Standards of white chrysanthe-~oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOa}OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO8 Margaret Munroe led the group the Waterton Lakes. Beds of an- mums and candelabra decorated )OO in songs, and Judy Williamson was nuals in vivid colors near the park the church. in charge of the ceremony. Those buildings were shown as well as Candlelighters were Mike Laizure O q who helped plan the program were the scenes of natural grandeur i. and Richard Laizure, brothers of [inAY0aaAisEuU[Kt :~ son.JUdy' Margaret, and Donna John- theslidesmOUntainS.taken in theTherecapitolWeregroundsalS the bride, and Don Peters. Timothy O ' "--"--'- Fresh Dates Set ,For in Olympia and in Japan. Laizure was the ring bearer. Arlan O The president, Mrs. Eva Ketch, Soma, Gary Dovre, Mike Laizure O - and Don Peters were the ushers. O Church Events conducted a short business meet- The bride, given in marriage by ing when plans were made to pack her father, made a lovely picture The Couples Club will meet at boxes of Christmas treats for shut- in her gown of white taffeta with i the Congregational Church Friday ins, under the direction of Mrs. Lge. 24-oz. Jar ............ @ evening, December 12 with Mr. Hegewald. Gifts were distributed lace bodice, lace panel in the skirt O PY 4-2461 and Mrs. Walter Camp and Mr. from under the tree. and chapel length train. She wore (Parking In Rear) Monroe O a white fur head band entwined O and Mrs. Clarence Currie as hosts. The hostesses served delicious O T h e Christmas pageant and refreshments to the Mesdames Eva with pearls and her veil of illusion O A~! green ~ tender leaves Lge, 303 "White Gifts for the King" is set Ketch, StellaBourdage, PhildaLer- was finger tip length. She carried WaHaWa[[a0pl .O-:nacL [/1~/$400 O for Saturday, December 20, at rick, Lillian Brady, Ollie Kerr, a shower bouquet of Talisman O eight o'clock in the sanctuary of Vivan Nelson, Jerry Pitzinger, roses and white stephanotis on a O the church. The junior-senior de- Martha Reed, Marge Rainwater, white Bible with white streamers 9 " Double Luck ~ Cuts food costs partment of the Sunday School, Bea\ Boyden, Adeline Schwartz, tied with stephanotis and pearls. O Lge. 303 .-% under the direction of the superin-Ieleen Doolittle, Mildred Marcear, Her onlyjewelrywasagoldcross. Grt g Cut B6allS 8/Sloo ee tendent, Mrs. Henry Trabont, has Lois Fankhauser, Dora Bloor, Jean The maid of honor was Miss ~ arranged a modern playlet and a Tucker, Catherine Peters, and Miss Donna Foxton. She wore a gold taffeta dress in princess style with Happyvale ~ Mix em or rnatch'em Lge. 30-3 traditional pageant, "Oh Worship Marguerite Healy. Miss Healy play- the King." Christmas music by the ed background Christmas music Empire waistline and a white head: Cr6amS|Y 6Corn 8/=1oo i choir will be part of the program, during the lunch hour. band entwined with 0 pearls. She carried a white fur muff with ' llllllllllaA -- The primary department, nur- Cymbidium orchids, gold leaves sery through third grade, with su- O Mix'e with beans, peas, corn - ~ nlRHHIRU $ perintendent Mrs. Don Clarke, W~ll Tolero Rebekahs To and green ribbon streamers. The bridesmaids were Miss San-O Plymouth Cut Beets 8 |! C1-OI:F[E : hOldand itSsantaannualclausChristmaSparty programin the Honor New Members dra Maltsberger and Barbara Gat- O church hall, Monday, December 22, New members will be honored at terman. Susan Peters was junior starting at 7:30. Parents a n d the regular meeting of the Tolero bridesmaid. Their gowns and muffs O Pets prefer Vets dog food friends f children in this depart" Rebekah Ldge this Thursday' De" were the same as the maid fhonor's and each attendant wore a ~ Vets Dog F00d 12/$1 merit .are invited to see the tree cember 11. At the same time, tutti- and the program and share the ation will be held for candidates of single drop pearl, given them by A pleasures f the children in theii" Rse Rebekah Ldge f Snhmish" the bride"O 8 ~~~l~~@/ :; special festivities.. Tolero Rebekahs will join forces Sherri Casey was the flower girl. Carolers will meet at the hall with the Odd Fellows on Thurgday, She wore a gold taffeta dress and Tuesday evening, December 23, to December 18, for a 6:30 pot-luck carried a small basket of Talis- O " ~isit homes of shut-ins. They will dinner, Christmas program and gift man rose petals. " go to the home of Mrs. Trabont exchange. Miss Carolyn Moellring was the | "I:RUIT$ ~ VEGETABLES| ; for well-earned refreshments when All members and their families organist, Susie Herman sang "Be- the caroling is over. are invited to attend, cause" and Bill Heifort sang "The O Lord's Prayer." The best man was O O ' Richard King. - - O' Cello O .............. A reception followed in the base- " e ment of the church with the bride's6 LARGE AVOCADOS e 69' PIII'EAPPLE O table decorated with- gold carna- : tions and white chrysanthemums. ORANGE SPECIAL The Maltese cross wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Carvin Prentice a. 15 p= ee " ing were Mrs. Paul Laizure and DATES 2 Ib pkg 59 Mrs. Poir, grandmothers of the U ... bride and groom. Mrs. Ivan And- rews and Mrs. Devern Poir served ~ SUCES I The World has Changed the punch. At the gift table were: sh ~ 73/4 .............. Miss Joan Kerr and Miss Nancy ~sdale Nasman. The groom's cake was * passed by Joleen Prentice and: Fre 1 Patti Heifort. |llU v~Lv $bouldn'tSigce,........1913 ? For her wedding trip to Harrison In.lit M I CANDY Hot Springs the bride changed to W~ ~_~if_~ a red suit with' black accessories. She wore a corsage of white roses XMAS w,,d.t.gton and stephanotis and tiny pearls. O Lge. 8 oz. Pkg ...... :, ...... Mr. and Mrs. Gatterman will make e 4e their new home on route 1, Monroe. [~ -- ' "Washington State was only 24 years old, back in O " " - : Research Club Enloys L CANES 18for . Dessert Luncheon lip [W p, X Mrs. 'Maude White was hostess [I Kg .......................... . W for the Christmas party of the Re- ~ I -'" A search Club Tuesday afternoon at W .... her home on Blakely street. She ~ Z served a delicious dessert at one A a REYNOLDS ALUMINUM WRAP ~ w o'clock, and a business meeting ~ .............. followed. " O The program consisted of short m, | GALLON PUREX D/l~at~u i.a O Christmas readings by each mem- ~, ......... ,~,~,v.v n~_.,,,, ....... I "--~-- " ..... L,--=-~n .................. ~YC ber. All enjoyed the gay decora- O ' I'KP_,~I-i rl~uzc~_~_'--Z _~r_,~_~_i lU rttx _ . [ .......... ~~- tions Mrs. White had made for her O -~ OI Ihl~h UR/IOIII' IL AIIPl PELt NAPTHA SOAP ............... 3 for 29s rooms and the pictures shown of ~: OLIt#r-u IIHLlOU/,, lU, ~ I " the group in former times. ~ I Reg. Present were the Mesdames Lou- ~ I ,, II VICTOR COVEOYSTER~ _~ ise Webb, Blanche Stevens, Ruby I~ HORMEL "DAIRY BRAND 1 LB CELLO ....................... 45c Woosley, BillyKnowles, Mabel, But-O I............,.,,, ;.. II - ler, Jean Tucker, Florence Street- Lge. O er,'Margaret Bascom Rose Bayly ~ I'KANI[I'UKII'K m . ~ KITTY KAT CA T FOOD 3 for 29,. Miss Florence Allyn', Miss Olga I , 9 ]1 ............. Dorcas, Miss Blanche St~annahan ~l~ i II N.y.c. and the hostess. = h ~-,,~'~,,~,=ho ............ ........16-~z~ [ HORMEL CURED BACON I I SNOWFLAK= ,-o a,~u.'ne -- Sc~:~L~l:~e?il' I SLICED BACON... lb. oell, . $ y - . ty Monday evening at the home of O I ; CAN TRIMMED FRESH ARM CUT I I games and carols planned by Mrs. " Martha Ness, co-hostess and aO PORK ROAST. ibm ~ 66. W O " reading by Mrs. Moberg.. i 43 iJ["SHORTN[N'. / / [.. Christmas decorations were in ~ J. " i| i ~. ~ i evidence and each guest received O l-- I | I ~11 'L qpo ~ ~ | ~. a holiday corsage cleverly made am, i HORMEL EASTERN PORK I | I ~=lOo ! In ...................... l[ ~ | by Mrs. Ness. ~ " ~ ~ The president, Mrs- Sphie West,O |. MflKGR HORK. Ih @Oell, -Io conducted the business of the eve- ~ |VnlilVilmim~ llIVqi'llvn INn L-iWli . , nn~ng, pande:: t~aSmv:ted t:f tlakeettae~ ; | , I-- Ill [ .~_a~._, .__. _ r ~" ~ to be sent to Lebanon. ~ " . I I - =, . / O Present were the Mesdames So- W IRVING'S FINEST- PROPE.RLY SEASONED | ~J~"..~.~'I~,J~'/~V.~'.'~,~), -~"~r'=~/ O 'phie West, Earnest Lidell, Hazel "'A nmn IF I~NIII~IAP IL I/11~~(V~/b~:~;I~ Ernster, Betty Bennett, Penny Fin- O ]l~ I~llll 0Mll.~OllP 10. I~] l' layson, Dorothy Hallstrom, Dolores ~ II~ll~ll~li VVnl~llk I ~ DeM~nbrun, Carol Joyce, Sara Ley- ~ " - . [~' O de, .Marge Purr, a guest, Mrs. ~,, Order your Xmas Turkey NOW. We are happy EO say I ~l~ Vlckle Garrett, and the two hos~-,i=, we can ~ your order wlth a FRF~H--PIN FREE Iucul:R Rl:l:N Pi:A R/$1oo esses. O ...... WIIIIII HIlly V/ i ~ OVEN READY BROAD-BREAST TURKEY from] , ~ ~ CARPENTER'S. Every bird guaranteed. I " " - $00 [ADDINGTo c ,,,DW ,.oc, R . s.,,ICHOPPEDSPINACH 6/I IlililhUllll~O IO THE BEST LOCKER MEATS. I i_ . _ ' ~~ im-unmca... [ - I INati0nal AAel [ Remington.Rand ]; IRVING'S MARKET II .41N'I .'. Sold ;n M[om'oe by CORN BEEF "l / Reg. 12.oz. Tin | MONROE MONITOR I "rH~e~ is ~0 st~s'm'trr~ FOX ouAL~rv u / " - .......... VV | )): | Phone 2511 6-tfl O ' ~ I ! O ooooooooooooooooooo o,oooooooeoooooo-o-o_o_ _ ..,,,,,,, 1913. It was still a frontier region and Easterners wondered at its weird ways Ernest Lister was elect- ed that year to be the eighth governor of the young, state, with a princely total of 97,261 votes. It was a period of problems and panaceas, some infantile, some strange. The governor, for example, recommended in his inaugural address that 25 legis- lators would be enough to run the state! It was in this atmosphere of ~youthful confusion and uncertainty that two Washington state prohibi- tion acts were born. One, the State Prohibition Act which prohibited the sale of liquor; the other, the State Prohibition Act which prohibited the redemp- tion of so-called "trading stamps" for merchand/se. Today, 45 years later, the first of these undemocratic laws has long since been repealed.. The state---like the nation--learned the folly of its ways and returned free- dom to the people. But the other prohibition act is still on the books. In fact, Washington continues today to be one of only three states in the nation which deprives its citizens of the advantages enjoyed by 45 of the 48 states. This is the 1913 statute which says that stamps Can be redeemed only [or cash. Citizens of Washington can- not redeem such stamps for any of 1,500 items ofnation- ally-known merchandise which Sperry & Hutchinson, for example, makes available to the citizens of 45 other states. They must take cash/ This antiquated prohibition act, now nearly half a' century old, is unfair to the citizens of this state for two reasons: 1st It Prohibits stamp=savers of Washington State from sharing in the benefits enjoyed by stamp savers in other states, and 2rid It Penalizes the citizens of Washington State be- cause the S & H stamps, for example, have a 50% greater value when redeemed ,for merchandise than when redeemed for cash. In other words, while Washington citizens are redeeming their stamps for $2.00 in cash, their neighbors in Or, egon, Idaho, California and 42 other states are redeeming their stamps for values of at least $3.00 in fine mer- chandise. Isn't it about time that this musty old prohibition act was repealed? Isn't it about time that stamp savers of Washington State enjoyed the same privileges and advantages en- joyed by. their fellow citizens of other states? Our present State Legislators, of course, did not create this legislation which discriminates against the citizens of the state, but they can correct it/ Their ob- jective and desire, after all, is to servo you and, since th ' % ey can t know how you feel about snch thmgs unless you tell then~, why not mention it in a p~st card, tele- phone call or the next time you see them. The 1959 session of the Legislature opens in January, and this is a good time to make known your wishes The WHY NOT WASHINGTON? Committee . .. a .~roup of Wazhington l~memaker#. [a~orlng mercnanc~se /or trading stamps. WASHINGTON RETAILERS FAVORING "MERCHANDISE FOR 'TRADING STAMPS ~ ........ '. ~r;e;an.rga.n'.,~din O~ loea! mercirite aduocaffn# ~: ~ aom m retm~ competttion. / 'The S & H GREEN STAMP People - : ...... eerving 20 million families for over @0 years. W-1.24 r , /