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e ! i Neva&apos;s Beauty Shop OPEN FOR BUSINESS .: Saturday, December 17 .., HALLAN BUILDING  "': Complete Beauty Service... INCLUDING MANICURING & MARCELLING For Appointment Call PYramid 4.-5236 or Evenings PYramid 4-4451 ty Tubemlosis Association. Mailed out, beginning th week, the reminder is also a plea, asking those who received seals to send contributions to the Association. em'y Baekstrom, (2ristmas Seal Chairman, reported flint so far this year, the Seal appeal total is $9428.82. By this time last year, $9621.08 had been received. Mr. Backstrom said "Many etters have been received with money but no identification on the envelope. We like to give credit for a contribution but we cannot, when the ame and address are missing. Contribqtions are needed for expanszon of the As- Reminder Due 0n Seal,Sale  '5, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE TI"F_ Snhmish and Island Cunty resi" sciatin's [uberculsis cntrol Pr" I GOLD BAR NUGGET$ I dents will soon be receiving  color- gram. Christmas Seal funds make ful reminder about Christmas Seals possible health educaUon programs, by Mary Getschmann - -. SYcamore 3-2755 from the Snohomish-Island Court- medical research,  rehabilit'a- MERRY-THRIFTY CHRISTMAS BUYS SALA9 & COOKING IL tion of patients." WESSON !/2 GAL. Shur-Fresh 00ro-5/Sl Beef, Turkey Chicken - 8-oz. tPi Margarine ALLSWEET | ( 3c OFF) LB. PKGS. PEARS CORN COFFEE FOLGER'S 2-1bs. $1.29 LB. TIN ........ Baked Beans B & M ................ 28-oz. BrownBread B & M .............. No. 2 Tin , 41SI 5/88' No. 21/2 ` MONTE Cream 303 TINS .............. TINS 4/1 Sugar 1.09 C0ttageCheese 25' C & H .... : ......... 10-1bs. SHUR-FRESI .......... 16-oz. 29' Rice 39' FRENCH p 4/1 otatoes MINUTE ............ 13 7/8-oz. Shur-Fresh, Froz., -- Lb. pkg. Preserves 79' CakeMix 39' Fhffo Swansdown Angel Food -- 15-oz. SHORTENING ........ 3-1b. Can SUNNY JIM ............ 40-oz. P ' 39 C ff SHUR-FRESH 59 ChukT 31' rem 0 ee 00'-DRIP n una LUNCH MEAT ........ 12-oz. (2-1bs. $1.17) .......... Lb. Tin STAR-KIST ..............  Tin iiii00ii'j'00- ' " " .... i STEAK 69 Caul flower S't's Premhlm these are fully cooked -- 4 to 8 |b. Average Callous Snow PICNICS U.S. Choice lean -- tender BONELESS BEEF STEW holce excess bone - fat removed HP ROAST Rath's 4 varieties -- Olive, Oven Loaf, Tasty Loaf & plckle-plmento, 6-oz. ca, 29 CRANBERRIES Spray Cartons Tomatoes Verne brand Red sHcers ubba00rd Squash" Mature ' I.. LUNCH MEATS Fresh Ocean Fillet RED SNAPPER Louis Jellisons Mark 49th Wedding Annlv. Mr. and Mrs. Loals Jellison, 520 S. Kelsey St.., marked their 49th wedding ,anniversary ,last Tuesday, December 13. The couple were married in Maine in 1911 and moved to Mon- roe May 1, 1925. Jellison is a re- tired commander in the United States Merchant Marines. s Prices Effective Dec. 15' 16-17 -- Right to limit Mr. md Mrs. Wiley Iall of Bar- ing were dinner guests md visitors of Mr. ,and Mrs. Bruce Holbrook Wednesday ternoon and evening. Marvin Whiteman called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ostrus Monday morning. Mr. arrd Mrs. Joe LaFerrier vis- ited  doctor in Monroe Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cmeee Sherrill shopped in Mom'oe Monday. Mr. .nd lVlrs. Walter Thompson and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jolly Saturday night. (The Jo]lys have just moved here from Lynnwood). Later ey all came back to  Thompson home where they watched the fights. Mrs. Saunders,, son and family, Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Van Antwerp of Seattle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saunders. Jack Botto of Reno Nevada vis- ited s foster parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Uksila Monday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Alvin SOark and daughter, Donna, visited friends at Stanwood Friday. Marie Pickelsimer ,and Alice Sim- mons Christmas shopped in Everett Wednesday. Mrs. Oscar McDaniels visited her dentist in Snohomish Monday. Mr. :and Mrs. Newell Pickelsimer and Lisa visited Marie's sister, Nellie Hunter, t her new apart- ment in Everett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. On- from upper Kootney Lake, British Columbia were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wuthrich. This week has seen Mr. Frank Saunders busy building a new fire escape on the ,lodge building t Camp Huston. Mr. :and Mrs. Harold Malgren shopped in Everett and Seattle Sat- urday. Rev. and Mrs.'Robert Walker vis- ited Mrs. Walker's pprens, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gailbath Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getsch- mann and Joyce made a business trip to Everett Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Peterson and children of Okanoan were Monday, night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holbok. They left for their lme at Okaogan Ttmsday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hazel of Renton brought a picnic lunch and spent the day with Mr..and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman Saturday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Atria Klein of Gold Bar, Mrs. E. L. Purdy and Sharon Klein bo of Everett drove to Seattle to the Golden Tide restau- rant Saturday evening where th enjoyed dinner and other activities in celebration of Sharon's 20t,h birthday. Mrs. Joe La Ferrier shopped in Everett Monday Dr. ,and Mrs. E. L. Kelly visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Getschmann Thursday evening. Mr. Carl Handy and Mr. Ed Pratt of Sultan attended the Instal- lation of Officers at the Masonic Lodge at. Skykomish Saturday eve- ning. Mrs. Lanah Snell and Mrs. Maude Brown both of Monroe nd Mrs. Jewett of Index called on Mrs. Whiteman Thursday aftermxm. Mrs. Roy Kohler, Mrs. Avin Klein and their mother, Mrs. Anna Phelps enjoyed Christmas shopping in Se- attle Thursday. On the way home they called on Mrs. A1 Robins at Lake City and enjoyed hmdheon. Frank Langdon of Port. Angeles left Sunday ,after spending the week- end visiting Mr. and Mrs. RoSand Langdon. Bill McLean was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrrs. Clarence Getsch- mann ,and Joyce Saturday evening. Mrs. Grannis enjoyed dinner and a nice visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gregg Wednesday evening. Mr.  Mrs. George Len of Se- attle, the I-Iandy's niece and nephew caled on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Handy Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holbrook en- joyed a shopping trip to Everett. Thunsday. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Johnson drove to Lake Hills Saturday evening to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson ,and Karen to help Karen celebrate her seventh birthday. Mrs. Bessie  enjoyed a three day visit with her nephew, 1artin Searik, of San Francisco, Oalifornia. While here, Mr. Sem took his aunt and tmcle Mr. Reed, who makes his home with Mrs. Hauen, on a sightseeing tour to Seattle and Everett. Mrs. Haue says it was a "lightning visit as Mr. Senrik had to reurn to San Francisco Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly accom- panied by Mrs. Hugh Dardels and Ena and Mrs. Frank  and ch/ldren Davie, Linda and Charles, all of Sultan made a shopping trip to Everett Monday and enjoyed dinner out. Le Roy Geisdorf of Everett called on Joyce Geisdorf ad the Clarence Getschmanns Sunday dvening. GOLD BAR COMMUNITY CLUB The next meeting of the Gold Bar Community Club is the 21st of De- cember. There wilt be a gift ex- change, limited to 50. Members .nd all the ladies of Gold Bar are cordially invited. The club's project is month is to fill Christmas stockings for the school children. So come meet your neighbors and parUcipate in some C'istrnas spirit. The place is the Gold Bar sdmOl lunch room at 1:30 p.m., potluck lunch as usual. Bessie Harem atcl Lena Kuehl will be the hostesses. WELL CHILD C%INIC The m<mty Well Child clinic will be held at the Gold Bar school on Thursday, December 22 from 9 a.m. .till 2:30 p.m. These clinics are held on he fourth Thursday of  month, conducted by the Snohomish health disbrict ,and sponsored by file Gold Bar" Conmmnity Cb. Dr. Helen Omk is the ,physician in attendance. T. following volunteers give heir servmes at the clinic: Ruth Rau- denbush and Midge Garrett. FRONT PAGE REQ CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AT ..... Cd)LD BAR OPEN BIBLE CHm'di The Opfn Bible Standard Churdh of Gold tar will hold its anmml Christmas program Sunday evening December 18th at 7:30 p.m. The program wll open with the congregation singing an ope hymn, followed by the  chil- dren reciting different pieces. The young people's group will put on a costume play, "Come to Be- ,lehom" aceomped by the choer singing (u'istmas carols. There will be treats for 11 the children. The church will be decorated by candlelight with a spot light on the stage. Everyone is invited to at- tend. SCHOOL BOARD Washington school board mem- bers met in Seattle last week to set their legislative program and elect new officers for their state associ- ation. A new aReo.dance record was set at this 40th Annual Conference of the WashingS:on State School Dir- ect.ors' Assoeiation. Major items of legislation which the school rs voted to spon- sor or support include: 1. An .amendment to the State Constitution which would permit spreading elmergeucy levies for school purposes (eonstxuctiorh main- tenanee and operation, or both) over more than one year. 2. An act which wod change regular school district elections to the second Tuesday in March of odd-numbered years. 3. A bill to ehable the orderly deve{lopment of junior colleges. 4. An act which would permit school district boards of directors to invest general fund, bend redemp- tiod fund or special reserve funds in obligations of ,the United States, and which would reqmre County treas- urers to invest general fund, bond redemption fund or special reserve funds in obligations of the United States, and vhich would require county treasurers to invest such funds as directed. 5. An act which would erable ad- ditiort improvements in educa- tional services to gifted children. 6. An act ,to clarify the aw relat- ing to school bus usage. 7. An act xich would require the bom of first, second and third class school districts to obtain bids upon furniture, supplies, school buses and building coastructi<m, improvements or repairs if antici- pated to cost more than $2500. 8. An act amking parents or s liable for y wilful or negligent damages to school pro- perry hy a minor. Directors further agreed to sup- port a bill, if introduced by others, which would provide for sate par- ticipation in abe cooperative financ- ing of school capital outlays by allo- eating to. a School Construction Fund controlled by he State Board of Education, (1) the total excess developed by She cigarette tax be- yond e amount required to amor- tize Korean War Veterans' bonds and presently authorized school construction bonds, and, (2) that two mills of local (county) revenue now going to the general fund. In other ,action, school hoard members voted to support in pria- ciple the report of the State Board of Education's Sped Committee on Reeranizing the Cotmty Super- intendency. This woud reduce e number of coun, superintendents' offices to between 13 and 18. New executive officers elected at the conference were Mrs. Efleen B. Kalies, Puyallp, president;, J. Pahr Trimble, arfield, east vice president, and A. E. Huguenin, Brnerton, west vice president. Newly elected director members of the Association's Executive Com- mRtee are Dr. Edward P. Palma- son, Seattle; Don Sedorff, ,Pulhm;- Fred Hem, Sunm, and Hm-y Machenheimer, Mercer Island. Oier events at the conference ifidueed discussion groups, section meetings ad coasultafions designed to study ways of improving school programs. The conference is or- ganized to help local school boards improve the effectiveness al effi- ciency of the' public schools.