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e e e e Lola CanTa Wa Girls =-- - Dec. ,5, 1960 Monroe Monito,'. Monroe. W.h. PAGE FIE I By Margaret Fideline I TWO More Scholarships Added ................ ......... Mccting at We were 00orry to h00ar about Ellen went Everett. on Sat00a, m trat,o,, Progra -- --- school December 9 members of Margie Ver Valen Sr s. accident, to do some shopping. Lola Can Ta Wa Gamp Fire Group She tripped over a rug .and broke On Saturday Mrs. Bil Corer and yD.. r heard Gordon Elliott tll of the her leg Thursday night. Irene Ver Kirk and Larry Denny went to geological ime table. He also &s- Valen took her to the doctor at Everett to Christmas shop. ships have been dded to the 1961 is limited to 4-H Club members 4-H Dairy DemDnstration Contest, enrolled in any 4-H project for at !| ls']l PURDY & KERR cussed how the earth was formed Monroe on Friday morning. Margie Mrs. Hallworth is in Seattle visit- the Washingtoff Dairy Pxiucts least one year. Senior division nonoay C 11 A P - L and its age and the different periods had to go back Satur@ay morning ing her daughter Joyce Proper for con- FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Men. PY 4-3281--Carn. El) Members ! PURPLE CROSS PLAN Ill "' i of life and of roe.ks. Anita Brown furnished refresh- 're'ants for the meeting. A Fzanciscan monk, Jacopone da Tedi, is believed to be the first writer of Christmas carols. for te cast.. She will have the cast a week. ii ,,,,,, ALWAYS ii00] cozY i:!:i:i:!:i:::!:E:i:i:i:{:i:!:!;i::.;ii::.!:::!:!:!:ii:;::A::!:i:i:i:i:i;i;::;..::i::}:;::}::::!:h::: Houses welcome the winter warmth they g,,. with our "Certified Comfort" Heating Service. "Certified Comfort" covers many things. It includes highly-refined Shell Heating Oil that gives maximum efficiency in your burner. And "Certified Comfort" also, means COUrteous driV- ers, metered delivery receipts, automatic refills, and protection for your tank with a free appli- on for six weeks. We are sorry this happened so close to the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Spanjer and children motored to Everett to do some shopping on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Varney rand Mrs. Ruby Lord and Peggy and the F.ideline amily Christmas shop- ped in Everett on Friday evening. Randy and Peggy visited with Santa Claus while in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denny shopped in Monroe Thursday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank Denman and children shopped in Monroe on Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pullian at- tended the turkey shoot which was held in Snohomish on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tubbs and family moved into town this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller shop- ped in Monroe on Wednesday. Lupe Denny spent two weeks in Bellevue practicing on her organ. On December 8 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Denny, Mrs. Gladys Mil- ler and Doreen Miller went ,to hear Lupe play at .the Floating Bridge Irln. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Denny and Lupe motored to Bellevue on Monday where Lupe played for (a party. Nancy Gruver and family from Oakland, California arrived at Wes- ley Smith's .home on Thursday. Mrs. Ernie Fideline, Mrs. Charles Ver Val,en Sr. went to Everett Wed- nesday. They .took Mr. Tommy Swaboda ,to his doctor and Dorothy Ver Valen for her polio shot. They also went to Mukilteo and visited with Mr. and Mrs. A1 Erickson. The ladies went back to Everett ,to shop while the men had a regular gab test. Mrs. Jeannie Spanjer, Mrs. Delta Hupton and Mrs. Hazel Snth wen to Everett on Tuesday ,to shop. Mr. Mathew Hiel of Olympia, Mr. Lee Newman of eatfle, Mr. Johnny Walker of Seattle, Mr. ,and Mrs. Karl Warren of Edmonds and Mr. and Mrs. Walter McDonald were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Denny on Saturday eve- ning. After dinner ,they all drove to Skykomish where they attended the Masonic Installation. Mr. Carl Anderson visited the Fideline family on Sunday afternoon and evening. They enjoyed a 'hat' game of Canast.a. Mr..and Mrs. Gene Tubbs and family motored ,to Gold Bar to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tames Rowe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Thurston and Lent one day ast week. Mrs. James Fox ,and Mrs. Mari- lyn SaDden motored ,to Monroe to shop on Monday. Mrs. Fox lso vis- ited the dentist. Nancy Gruver and family spent Saturday and Sunday at the Glen cation of Shell's Sonitor e additive. Gruver home in Gold Bar. Mr. and Mrs. Godwin visited the Howard Dennys on Sunday. Mrs. Gladys Miller land Doreen n u||o-ses Miller finivhed knitting sweaters they started abott a week ago. They are very lovely sweaters. m up to Ardis FMeline ,and Margie Ver ]LAir/[' Valen Sr. had coffee with Jane llama Momeny of Monroe Thurscay aft- Shell ernoon. Judy Schirman .and Tim and Marilyn visited .the Wes Smith home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce of Seattle visited at ,the M. J. Spanjer home on Monday.' Don H. Clarke SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR PYrmnid 4-2361 Monroe On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Pekoa land Gene of Suit.an, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McDonald, Mr. Orville Denny and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Denny and Walter celebrated Mrs. McDonald,s birth- day at the Kenneth Denny home. Mrs. Ernie Fideline took Mrs. Charles Ver Valen Sr. to Monroe to see her doctor Tuesday. look . . who's dr=nk=ng one STTb sehnulm::; ;2's gan beautiful . looking dreamy.., looking glamorOus. Milk does it... smart drink.., thirst-quenching, lift-giving, No one has fotmd a better one yet. Proof? Just look who's dr/n.king mi]kl r , # ' WASHINGTON DAIRY PRODUCTS COMMISSION 120 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH " SEATTLE 9 Commission ,ammunced today. Four schol,arships ill now be :available to participating 4-H Club Members in next year's program. The eon,leslmnt judged ste cham- pion ,at ,the Junior Dairy Show at Puyallup next September will re- ceive a $300 sehlarship. Second place winner will receive a $200 scholarship. Two $100 scholarships have been provided for third and fourth place contestants. Val Oameron, chairman of the Commission, said new junior divi- sion county campship awards for top cmmty winners and special blue and red ribbon awards have also been established. Iaron Johnson of Kent won first p2ace schoar- ship and Linda Read of Lyle, Kiick- itat County, was rawarded second place in the 1960 contest which at- tracted 128 Four-H members from 17 counties. The contest was established to help 4-H youths de,elop leader- ship while increasing their know- ledge of the nutritive alue of dairy foods and gaining a better understanding of the dairy indus- try. Participants present dairy dem- onstrations be,fore civic clubs :and other consumer groups, particular- ly during June Dairy Month. Those desiring more information on the 5ry demonstrations schol- arship program should cont.act their Advertisers... Have You Read GREATEST advertising outlet in America is newspaper advertis- ing., .the newspaper awaits the reader's convenience ! the 20 TRUTHS of NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING? testants mmy be 14 to 21 years of age, while jtmior division contest- ants must be under 14 years of age. Wagner Sunday School Plans Missions Prog. A piano duet, "Silent Night, ttoly Night.," played by Janiee and Terry Keck is slated for ope,ning exer- cises this Sunday, December 18 at the Wagner Union Sunday School beginning at 10 a.m. December 18 will be mission Sun- day for the Sunday school mee.ting in the Wagner Community Hall. e program will honor the Dan rbers, formerly of Monoe now serving as missioraries in Mexico, and the Rev. Kenaeth Himple of Edmonds, American Sunday school Union Missionary. Last Sunday, December 11, Mrs. C. R. Winstead's class of older jun- ior girls was in charge of the epening,exercises using readings and song for the progam. The girls sang, "Christmas Means Thinking of Jesus." The Primary Department under direction of Mrs. George Carey led opening exercises on December 4. Members tom of their lesson through the book of Genesis and concluded the program with a visualized song, "My Best Friend Is Jesus." Park Place Ladies Hold Christmas Party Sixteen members of Park Place Community Club attended the group's Christmas party last week at the home of Mrs. A Broughton. Mrs. Roy Tycer was co-hostess. The group met for luncheon, business meeting and gift exchange. Cleaning! ///71111 And Take Advantage Of Our 4-Hour Service And "Press-While.You- Wait" Service at Smith Cleaners Ross & Arlene Young, Owners 112 Main St. P 4-3716 ! I t ! ! 61FT 6UIDE .".'.'*''%\\;\\\\%,\\\\\.\x'.,.,,-, Electric Blankets '.--- Single Or Double Size Nylon Blend Blahkets -- Beautiful Colors Sheets & P, Ilow Cases ..::.-: ......  Towles & Towel Sets  Bath Mats and Se}s  Two,or Three piece Table Cloths & Napk,n Sets " Sheet Blankets . We have just rece,ved a new shipment of Fall and Winter Z YARDAGE. Wools, Cottons, Rayon, Nylon, Dacron Blends. Washable Wool Sk, rt Length's Visit our Bagy Department Everything for the Bagy " We have a good selection of Luggage for Men & Women. If we don't have what you want, order from our Catalog. Overnight service on Luggage of all kinds. WE ARE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9:00 P.M. Don't forget our Christmas Give-Away Th Li n I Elect i T ain I tee O e r C r S , ..... " P' Two Oven Ready Turkeys .. FREE Gilt Wrapping,,, Cummings Dept. Store MONROE PYramid 4-4561