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PAGE SIX Monroe Monitor, Monroe. Wash.. Dec. 15, 1960 COMING EVENTS ... FOR WOMEN IN MONROE AND VICINITY , Today Tolero 01ub Christmas party and pot luck luncheon, IOOF Hall, noon. Lady Lions Friday Pioneer Girls, Mission Covenant Church, 3:30 p.m. Masonic Ix)dge No. 160 F. & A.M., public installation, Monroe Mas- onic Lodge, 8 p.m. Wagner Grange, Christmas party, Grange I-.ll, 8 p.m. Hoe Down Raiders Christmas par- ty, French Creek Grange, 8:30 m- I ST. 8.2461 vrs Beauty Salon HELENE CURTIS COLDWAVES ((2rewn Jewel) Complete__ Reg. $15.00 -- $12.50 Reg. $l 2.50 -- $10.00 Reg. $10.00 -- $7.50 HAIR CUT $1.s0 * Evenings By Appointment * lO Years Experience Vi'S Beauty Salon ST 8-2461 103 Main St., Duvail m' - p.m. Saturday Joint Clubs Christmas party for youths, intermediate school audi- torium, 1 p.m. Tualco Grange Christmas party, Grange Hall, 8 p.m. Sunday Rip 'n Snort Square Dance Club Christmas party, Stfltan, 3 p.m. Special church Christmas pro- grams: Skykomish Protestant, 7 p.m. ; Peace Lutheran youth car- oling, 7 p.m.; Assembly of God, 7:30 p.m.; First Congregational, 7:30 p.m.; Country Mennonite, 7:30 p.m.; First Mennonite, 8 p.m.; Methodist, 7:30 p.m.; Mis- sion Covenant, 7:30 p.m. Monday 3-R Club, Mrs. Burton Countryman, Rt. 1, 8 p.m. Tuesday Congregational Church Ladies Aid, Mrs. Boa Boyden, 315 S. MadisonQ St., assisted by Mrs. Maude " White, 8 p.m. Thursday Good News Club, Neisinger garage, Dickinson Road, 2:30-3:20 p.m. Tolero Rebekah Lodge, pot luck dinner, Christmas program and gift exchange for members and families, IOOF Hall, 6:30 p.m. Christian Reformed Church Youth party, Miss Mary Jane Vos, Sul- tan, 8 p.m. Dale BarneHs Host Redmen CommiHee The Great Arganation Committee of the Improved Order of the R'.cl- men met earlier t+his month at the aome of Mr..and Mrs. Dale Bar- nett on West Columbia. The committee meets once a month. The group slated its Jan- ,uo.ry meeting for the home of Herb Adams in Everett. Attending were 'George Brueger, John Jttris, Ann Juris, Carl Lock- marne, William Bell, all of Seattle; Judge Donald Jennings, Mrs. Don- ald Jennings, Herb Adams, Earl Stevens, al of Everett; Harold Jotms and Russell Jones of Puytallup; and from Monroe Ruben Levi, Frances Levi, L. E. Sells, Gladys Sells, Jane Momeny and the host. and hostess. Don Fletcher's Daughter Arrived December 7 A daughter wks born December 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Don Fletcher of Grotto. The baby was born in Everett and both mother and infant are re- ported in satisfactory condition. o ' Pc.q. .---L-:/ ......   , Saving, Stamp, [ Norm Bmlm I N R 0 E ANN TROUT BLINKS PERSONAL ITEMS Available as Grafts [ LIFE m I INSURANCE M 0 N I T 0 R Social Editor, PYramid 4-2511 SOCIAL NEWS & CLUBS J 115 N. Lewis py W A G N E R Beauty Shop Waparoma Club Holds Christmas Pot Luck COMMUNITY NEWS The Wagner Community Club held its business meeting last week with members postponing their din- ner party until ter the hidays. The club's Christmas party will be Thursday, December 22, in cooper- ation with ,the W)agner Sunday The Wagner Grange will hold a Christmas party December 16 with a white elephant gift exchange. The brothers are in charge of the lunch and program. Mrmbers of the Thursdlay Club will hold their annual dinner party in Everett December 15. Mrs. Paul Graden was hostess t.o members of the Frank Wagner Orthopedic Auxiliary for their re- cent Christmas party. Attending the party were Mrs. George Gaumond, Mrs. Clarence Corey, Mrs. J. F. Grey, Mrs. Har- ry alkins, Mrs. Lester Kinny, Mrs. Oscar Gullickson, Mrs. Mel- vin Armstrong, Mrs. Ray Nestler, Mrs. John Vernon, Mrs. John Arm- strong and one guest., Mrs. Glen Armstrong. The guest represented the Dr. Mlison Auxiliary at the Frank Wag- ner Auxiliary meeting. Members of the Dr. Allison Or- thopedic Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Merrill Kern or a Christmas party on December 21. This group has sent to Children's paddetts, 500 Christmas treat cups, eight felt balls,, one cloth book, 18 sponge blokes, two scrap books, one stuffed toy, one string of beads, and one checker board. At Thanks- giving they sent 500 Thanksgiving treat cups Calvinette Girls Hold Christmas Meeting A Christmas party as held last Monday evening, December 12, by membei's of the Calvinet Girl's Club of'the Christian Reformed Church. Mrs. Inry T. Karsten. was hostess to the ,girls aged 10 to 14 years. Mrs. Karsten told a Christmas story ,and vas assisted with games and refreshments by Mrs. James Roeteisoender. A special feature of the party was ,a gift exchange. Attending the party were Janeta Geertsma, president; Kathy De- Reoy, vice-president; Emma Geerts- ma secretary; Pauline Carlson, treasurer; Linda Zylstra, assistant secretary-treasurer; and Wilma Jo Boersema, Linda De- Rooy, Kathleen Kosters, Sue Streut- ker, Edith Taylor, Janet Vander Vegt, Bonnie Zylstra, Shirley and Sharon Zylstra, Judy Zylstrfa, Jo- Anne Hultgren and Virginia Bos- rnan. Opens On Main Neva's Beauty Shop wil open next Saturday, December 17, in the Hallan Building. The shop will foature all types of beauty work including marceling ,and manicur- ing. Operator of the new Monroe beauty shop will be Nova Lilja, a former resident who is back in Monroe to make hrer tmme with her father, D. H. Parkhurst. Mrs. Lilja has ad 32 years ex- perience .and is a former owner- operator of the Bob 'N Curl shop in Everett and Nora's Beauty Shop in Marysvlle. Tolero Rebekah Lodge Sets Christmas Pa'y, Officers Installation The Christmas meeting, program and pot luck dinner for memlers and their family will be held next Thursday, December 22, by the Tolero Rebekah Lodge. The dinrmr is slated to begin at 6:30 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. The evening will include ia gift exchange. Lodge members met on Dee. 8 with Mildred Corey presiding. A report was made by Catherine Barber, ways and means chair- man, indicating the bazaar and luncheon was profitable ;and she thanked members or their help. ViOla Campbell, chairman, re- ported the Smorgasbord in early December a success. Clara Knos- hang was her co-ehairnan. Cara Dirks was in charge of the dining room and waitresses whil Jean- ette R a m a 1 e y was decorations chairman and Mildred lVlhrcear, publicity chairman. Amy Anderson, incoming noble grand, 'gave the charges of her of. rice. Installation of officers was slated for January 14 at. the IOOF all. l t Lunch committee for the Decem- ber 8 meeting was Gladys Morton- son, Ida Haufle, Olga Frost, Edi Harlan, Dora Boor and Zelma An- drews. Christmas Reading IS,) Program Feature For Monroe Garden Club The reading, "The Littlest An- gel," given by Mrs. Ray Tycer was he program feature for the Ohristmas meeting of Monroe Oar- den Club. The group met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Clar- ence Peters, 233 S. Blakely St. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Cecil Kerr, Mrs. Vincent Ndson .and Mrs. Ben White. During the short, business meet- in g the group voted to prepare a Christmas basket for. a needy faro= ely and worked on Clristrras door swags for Monro Genei'al Hospi- tal. Mrs. Santa Claus .attended the party to present gifts to each per- son :attending and refreshments were served o two guests, Mrs. Tycer, and Mrs..Mice Laizure ,and to these members: Mrs. Dale Barnett, Mrs. Chester Bates, Mrs. Dora Bloor, Mrs. Wal- ter Bourdage, Mrs. Bea Boyden, Mrs. Dan Connelly, Mrs. Aaron E1- lenberger, Mrs. Harold Fanlvhau- ser, Mrs. Robert Heckrund, Mrs. Oliver Jameson, Mrs. Laurence Luncheon Parle/Tues. A pot luck ,luncheon and Christ- mas party was featured Tuesday afternoon by members of Wapar- omo Home Demonstration Club meeting at the home of Mrs. David Whitfield, Greens Ct. The group slated its next meeting for 1 p.m. on January 10 at the home of Mrs. James Andros of Snohomish. Attending the Christmas meeting were Mrs. Catherine Barber, Mrs. Edith Harlan, Mrs. James Andrews, Mrs. Fred Bosch, Mrs. Aaron E1- Uenberger, Mrs. Harry Bloor, Mrs. Melvin Armstrong, Mrs. Wallace Armstrong, Mrs. Ernest Righett.i, Mrs. William Hegewald, Mrs. W. H. Thoempke, Mrs. Florian Haufle, Mrs. Donna Bloor and the hostess, Swedish Visitor, Glad Leaves After 3-Monh Visit In Monroe Area Johan Glad left Tuesday, Decem- ber 6, by plane for New York City where he boarded the Kungsholm for Sweden after ,a three-month visit with three brothers and one sister including Peter G]ad of Park Place, a brother in Port Orchard, one in Oregon and the sister, Mrs. Mar- tha Johnson, Kelsey St. Glad had not seen his sister and one brother since 1907. While in Monroe, he arrived in September coming with Mr. and Mrs. John Lind, Glad visited other friends and relatives ,and :a party was held in his honor ,at th,e Vasa Hll. The smorgasbord was attend- ed by more than 100 persons. OLYMPIA ROUND-UP Bills Approved in Mild Form Approved in a mild and watered down version was an air pollution control ,act, which is l'argely per- missive for the use of cities. Also approved in mild form was a .boat- ing safety act. The legislators rejected. ,a biu which would ,have permitted the recall of retired judges on a tem- porary basis to aid superior courts of the ste .and the State Supreme Court in clearing congested dockets. Fears were expressed that the move might, injure the prestige and high standing, in particular that of the State Sure Court. Budget Big Job For Governor Meanwhile, the big job bef'gre Gov. Rasellini is whipping irlto shape e budget that he will pre- sent to the coming legislature. He is holding his appointments to a minimum, while he ad Warren Bishop, budget director, try to tail- or expenditures to fit anticipated revenues in the two years which wit sSart on July 1, 1961. Th question is, can he state meet' the big increase mandatory in ,adequate provision for school costs, including better pay for teach, ors, finance puhl,le assistance and, provide for institutional care and not eat.her run up a gher general ,fund deficit or ask for a levy of new taxes. Our view of flie temper of the incoming legislature is tlmt it would be very difficult to persuade tho lawmakers to levy any maor Chef Bliss Mark 23rd Wedding Anniv. A group of friends met in Seattle last Saturday evening to help Mr. and Mrs. Chef Bliss ee]ebrate their 23rd wedding anniversary ,and then to .attend the Roundabouts Christ- mas Square Dance party in Lynn- wood. Meeting for dinner at Iar's were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dtmwoodie, 212 N. Madison St., Mr. and Mrs. Don Dennis and fleff, the Blesses and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moore, all of Monroe area, and Mr..and Mrs. Bob Dunwoodie of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of Ta- Keech, Mrs. Phflda Lorviek, tax increase, after the recent, earn- s _ m coma. Mrs. Mildred Marcear, Mrs. paign,' and in view of the $112 mat- George Ness, Mrs. Palmer Olson, lion levied by the 1959 session. " "" "'" -'--' '['k'''-'"'"''"''"-:IE---'7 ...... Mrs. Jean Tucker, Mrs. George Therefore the question would seem , ........... ".. -- ! King and Mrs. Clarence Corey. balanced with income, or will te state have to operate on deficit  , I "" ii! IYM  i By Ted Kesting financing in the next fiscal bi, en-   " :- "  : A tarantula allowed to or.awl on nium? Our guess would be that :',  J i your hand or arm will make no the answer will ,be some deficit ; / "  i effrt t bite" It is dubtful it even financing' and 'a m:andatry *ax in" knows what a hum, an is. --Sports crease in 1963. . : Afield. EVERETT JUNIOR COLLEGE  L   ' i Another quar,ter of classrooms filled to cpacity was ,foreseen to- day 'by Jeanete Ponre, registrar 1 F i  at Everett Junior CMllege. Figures have been compiled from .the sec: "fi*   ,-. ond day of registering for winter 0 0"' " ." quarter Wednesday. CHRISTMAS CENTER PIECES STYROFOAM for Christmas Decorating 15 to $1.29 UVING CHRISTMAS TREES $2.9S :: $1.00 to $2.50 ... In th'e first two days of regis- tration, November 30 and Decem- ." ber 7, 1,441 students have been en- rolled as daytime students at m,00e00o/deooklx00ol00 E J c l /7',in/ Almost all of these are already at- e, tending classes for the fall quarter. just about to end. " On Tteay, Jammry 3, regist- tio appointments ave bee made , for 150 new students and a ,addi- See Our Selections l[ Irl I tt I l l I , tiorml 170 present students still tm- FOUAGE PLANTS r b I H L ,  / registered plus t5 hopeful pros- Large &: Small . .... ._,  peetive scholar@ Crom a waiting abo Only 3 Parakeets left' .:. ............. $s.50 ca. .. * PLANTEI & " " 'A"  ..,:::r:o,, T A T T E N*lO N I _ ...... Good Selectman Fall Bulbs .......... :.:...  off ,.. plastic-coated ' r-I,UmN=. .. /STEELHEADEaS] 000.,bs. ,o,.., or Cube,.... $00.99 ine000! =o, ms, J Powdered Borax I .,  ...........  ........ --"--"- ' ...,,.w,= J FrozenEggs J ; Valley Feed Co., Inc. MonroeMonltor! / PARK PLACE I ; N. Lew;sSt. ' Pymmid4-2691.  ! " " ..... " ......... -" " 7, "m __*******__*__********* GROCERY] Ruth Rea, Miss District of Columbia, who was selected as second runner-up in the Miss America Pageant at Atlantic City, shows a gift book of Savings Stamps available at local post offices. She says: "This Christmas give a gift with a big future . . . a book of United States Savings Stamps. You can buy books for $2.50 or for $5.00 at your post office.., and start someone on the way to a United States Sav- ings Bond. There's no better gift than United States Savings Stamps and Boods!" Two Convinced Advertising Pays Two advertisers in the Monroe Monitor this week expressed sin- cere belief tlat "it. pays to adver- rise". Mrs. Stuart Barton, Circle Drive, last Thursday ,adver,ised two bl- cycles for sale, and placed the ad to run three weeks. Saturday after-' noon she called the Monitor office with a request to cancel her ad, she had seven calls on the one bicycle ,and four on the other. Rev. 'and Mrs. Roy Kuhns lost an expensive wool blanket Whim mov- ing ,ast week. Mrs. Kuhns placed an lal in the Monitor with the plea for whoever ]mfl Saken it o please return it. Th;ey also reported Mon- day morning that it pays to adver- rise. Someone had returned the blanket to the house.they had va- cated. Sooo, if you have some unused article you wish to sell, have lost something, or want. to buy ,a parti- cular item, take the advice of Mrs. Barton and Mrs. K 'u:hns. Place your classified ad in the Monroe Mmi- ter today. "Wash" refers to waves created by a boat ,as they come ashore, or roll against piers or stopped boats. "Wake" ..refers chiefly to the pat- tern of isturbed-water ,leR by a boat.--Sports Miel. list. This makes a total of 1,779 persons who will get a chance to enroll for winter quarter. i w EVERETr YO UR CHRIS TMA S STORE/ No need to light Seattle traHic .... You'll find all the conveniences of big city shopping ]at the Bon Marche in Everett! Six big sales lloors ]ust brimming with top quality lines from the nation's most important makersl ORDER BY PHONE OR MAIL Simply say . . . "CHARGE IT"! , Hear The Christmas Story In Song The Song and The Star" Sunday, Dec. 18- 7:30 p.m. MENNONITE COUNTRY CHURCH Rf. 2, M6nroe |111 ,j [J , ;1 L - t $ 95 and prices start as low as 14 .... Tripl,omtruction Streamllte with zcuff-resistant A Im'sTwter... vinyl covering takes rough end tumble in stride. B Men's F.xeculh  Roomy in|eriom Sa.'dy drawbolts can't spring open. Ownlt ....... $1US , Made to last-in the clmi design that never Illu' O'Rlte ..... out of s,vle, Matching colon for men and women. 0 ..L m' W,*0be...._ 'S FROCK" -- -=-" .ILAD SHOP PYramid 4-4351 " Monroe /