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t f H'S h I H d V" "tSt d ts Att dingWSU ! c o0 ea s lSl u en en er ++  .,u,+ ,ffo...m,g+,u + . a. + e vu. ox mgn semooi preparations, freshmen Stm Rainwater S t umvermW, furman, were vas.lted Gillies reported that all of the Johnsoa, IAnda S , eve  !." on . tormo and Sharon camp.us .asc WeeKena Dy mgh Monroe students, though expermn- Marsden, and upperclassmen Ch* amOai P "rill'pal - ._Olff,,.Glie.s and c'mg the .r. al dfi.cult!es expect.- aldine Bunge, Judy Warren, Ger- Dick rlstmas c lu t.xmnseumg...o:trect- ea, were aomg weu m classes aria Johnson, Dennis Johnson Die k  ?:i. T0 EVERYONE ii verne ranKnauser" The Visit' part campus life" He added: lqkhm]r and ' of a follow-up study of the guidance "One of the great alues of this _ Donna Foxton. department, was aimed at glean- ype of visitation is the conere one maramon foot race of the lfg inforIhun as to ,the success- s.uggestions and constructive criti- Olympic Games commemorates :_..x !.: mness ot morn-oR smaents in col- ctsm offered by the st udeuts con- one of the decisive battles of his- ge. cerning the high school program."  Ross & Arlene Young ." ." WEST GATE GAS CENTER .. SMITH CLEANERS !." Information gathered from the students in both group and indiv- idual ga,iherings will be used to evaluate the successfulness of Mon- roe's high school curriculum. Fankhauser primal-fly interested himself in give and alca discus- siGns on problems needed to be W. S. U. students in return, visited the high school Tuesday morning for a panel discussion concerning colbge ife and problems. College bound seniors were invited to the discussion, which included most ev- ery epic in making the adjustment from high school to college. tory. World Book Encyclopedia re. ports that in 490 B.C. a Greek named Pheidippides raced 20 miles to Athens to announce the victory of the Greeks over the Persians on the plain of Marathon. He gasp- of exhaustion. Merry Christmas From Your SERVE-U Oranges Turkeys ++ ]bs. LB. HAM SHANK HALF HAM BUTT PORTION Grade A, Gov. Insp. Shut'Fresh r Lyn- 4 7 den Toms, Every Bird Guaranteed Hormel heat and eat 59' Whole Hams 53c lb. 14 to 16 Ib ................... LB. Grade A, Gov. Inspo Shur-Fresb or Lyn- den Hens 11 to 13 lb. LB. Fresh Medium Pacific -- 12-oz. jar + EA. OYSTERS ............................ 55 Grade A GGov. Inspected, Lanchaster King's Young, plump -- 4 to 6 lb. avg. LB. ROASTING CHICKENS .... 53c California Sweet, Juicy $29s Oranges -- l-lb. 10c 37-lbs. 2-OZ. PKGS. Large Sizes or over Ctn, DREAM WHIP KRAFT MARSHMALLOWS WALLA WALLA BLENDED SPEARS ASPARAGUS SHURFINE 3SV. PEAS SHURFINE PUMPKIN 2/45' NO. 300 TINS 3/+1 NO 303 TINS NO.2 TINS Sweet, Tasty EMPORER GRAPES IDAHO POTATOES All Green Crisp CaUfornia Stalk New Crop Zahidis. A must on every table CELERY 2+or15' DATES ,+.39' We also have: RED CABBAGE, ROMAINE, AVOCADOS, COCONUTS, CHERRY TOMATOES, LETTUCE, and other fine Quality Fruits and Vegetables in season. CI( IL SHURFINE FRUIT 303 TINS VEGETABLE COC KTAI L 46-OZ. SHUR-FRESH QUARTS l BIS PACKAGES SHUR-FRESH FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 10-OUNCE PACKAGES CHRISTMAS SPECIAL SHURFINE CRANBERRY SAUCE Strained or Whole SHURFINE LARGE PITTED RIPE OLIVES INSTANT COFFEE NESCAFE No. 300 4/79' No. 1 Tall 3/'1 DARIGOLD No. 1 Tall Tins EVAP. MILK 6/8Y SOFLIN 80 Count Paper AssId.NAPKINS 10+ FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS CLUB SODA VODIA MIX, COLLINS, WHISKEY SOUR, GINGER- ALE SHASTA -- 28-oz. 6/'1 Formerly Price Rite & SfuaWs Marker Prices Effective December 21-22-23-24 Right To Lim;f ..... Dec. 22, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE THREE i OLD BAR NUGGETS " by Mary Geuchmaan ' -. SYcamore 3-2755 Mr. ,and Mrs. Ivm Norris of Se- Miss Beverly Holhmok, pat Tu- atfle drove to Gold Bar Sunday nipseed and Gerda Dumpis all of afternoon Where they were dinner Seattle were dinner guests and riB- guests and visitors bf Mr. and Mrs. itors of Mr. and Mrs. Baxtc Hol- Roland Imngdon. brook Sunday. Dr. and Ma's. E. L. Kelly shopped in Monroe and Sultan Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell BaUard of Saint aul Mirmesota and Mr. and Mrs. James Ballavd md children of Edmonds caled on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kohler Sunday. Gertrude Booten ,and Cecil were Sunday dinner guests and visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pass in Sultan. Mrs. Albery and Miss Drama Hieb of Sta.up visited Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bmkofsky Smday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon made a business trip to Monroe harvin hinn accompanied LaTry Hayden on a simpping trp to Monroe Monday. Mr. and Mrs. ally shopped in Moroe Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright were Sunday dirmer guests at the home of their daugiber and family Mr. and M_s. Jack Morse. Mr. and Mrs. Artton Ness ehop- ped in Everett Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nelson and their three children visited Mr. Mrs. S. D. adenbush Sunday evening. Mrs. Marvin WI-Ateman accom- panied Mrs. William Teubner to Friday. Sultan Monday ffternoon where Mr. and Mxs,. Frank Denman ' Mrs. Whteman visited her doe-. and family of Index called on Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grogan and ,ad Mrs. Clarence Chilstrom Sun- day afteraxn. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dory drove to Seattle Sunday wl,e they were dinner guests of their daughter Rose Yoder. Sunday callers at the Jack Er+ landsen home were B i 1,1 Phelps ,and son Douglas and Mr. Jack Morris all of Mountlake Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Ace Glmore drove to Saattle Sunday whore .they were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Gadke. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly shop- ped in Everett Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson and family of North Bend were week- end visitors of Mr..and Mrs. Oavl Handy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wulhrich kave moved into their new house. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Johnson dro' to Preston Sunday where they at- (tended a Christmas party held at. the Vasa Lodge. Ted Price of the Squirrel Tree (Mrs. Johnson's boss) called on' Mr. and Mrs. Osoar Johnson Mond'ay mrning +and left a Christmas box. Mrs. Johnson will be spending the Christmas holidays at home, teturng to the Squirre Tree after Christmas. Mary Gotschmann visited her doctor in Everett. Friday and on the way home they shopped in Snoho- mish and Monroe. Gertrude Booten made a busi- ness trip o Monroe Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Brown of ]Bast Sbanwood were dinner guests and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ClarenCe Chilstrom Sunday. Mr. J. Z. Mann of Seattle and Mrs. Jane Zengle of Redmond were Sunday dinner guests and visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erlandsen. Mrs. Edrra Hadley of Everett and her uncle who is visiting her from Wisconsin, called on Mr. and Mrs. Aoe Gilmore Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. lenn Gruver Christmas shopped in Everett Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chilstrom of Monroe and Richard Ludwig of Everett visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chilstrom Sunday evening. Carl Handy is having a acation and sitting back watching Mrs. Handy work, something he lms always wanted to do. He isn't en- joying it much hogh, but he as a game krae and chn t do lanything else. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Root of Okanogan and theh- daughter Lois of Quincy visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holbrook Tuesday. Mrs. Joe LaFerrier shopped in Everett Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Curly Whternan of SeaCtle spent +all day Saturday vis- iting with iris parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whiteman. A1 and Gerude Lamoreaux of S6artup ,and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holbrook and daughter Lelia, shop- ped in Renton 'and aim) enjoyed dinner hhere Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ostrus call- ed on Mr. md Mrs. Marvin While- man. Mr. and Mrs.  Grogan and their gandchidren of Sumner were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wally Mm'shall. Miss Leuella Morse of Stanwood spent the weekend with her par. ents Mr. )and Mrs. Jack L. Mops& Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gabraith of Seattle spent Sunday vsitng their daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs. Rolmrt Walker. Tey also at- tended the Open Dible Standard Chm'ch's Christm play held in the evening. grandcllildren of Sunmer and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin BazTe land fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ad Mrs. WaEy Marshall. Marie Pickelsimer and daugkter Lisa visited Hi.Ida Combs in S Thursday afternoon and enjoyed lunch with her land spent a nice afternoon. Ruth Raudenbush returned home Friday after spending six weeks vis- iting in Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. I-/enry Verlinde at- tev.ded the Masoric Instalation in Monroe Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G il Schmelzev spent the weekend a. Montesano visit.ing their son Gil Scmelzer and family. They stopped at Olym- pia on their way home to visit the Ransoms. Sam McDalfiels is convalescing at the home of his son Marion Mc- I)aniels after spending the past ten days in the Monroe hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vevlinde spent all day Friday shopping in Seattle. Mrs. Uksila land Mrs. Hilensld called on Mrs. W,atr Wuthrich Monday ,aftetmn. Mr. and Mrs. Cm,l Dick of Ellens. burg were.weekend visitors of Mr. .and Mrs: Henry Verlinde. Mrs. Uksi]a and Mrs. Hilensld shopped in Seattle Monday. CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Frank Saunders was hostess to a Sister's Day Christmas part; and dinner given at her hoo Man- day, December 19. Those attend- ing were Mrs. Ward Rowell of Bremerton, Mrs. Melton Hagen, Mrs. tImer Norman and Mrs. W. E. Turtle of Seatt.le and Mrs. Wal- ter Thompson. GOLD BAR V. F. W. The Lades Auxil/ary to the Mar- tin-Osterholtz ,Post No. 9411, Veter- ans of Foreign Vavs, will meet Fri- day evening December 23 at the Gold Bar school lunchroom at 7:30 where they will have a Christmas pot luck dinner for members and their families. Later in the evening tlk'v will fill baskets for sh-ins. Saturday the adies will deliver the baskets up nd down the "al- ley including Skykomish .and Start- up. Memorials Are Made For 20ES Members At Christmas Meet Memorials were given far Mrs. Caea Ackerman and George Kothe at the meeting of Monroe Ckapter, Order of the Eastern ' Star, ast Wednesday evening. Ch, apter members met at the Masonic Temple for a Christmas party and pot luck supper for their families preceding the meeting. The Chrisnas theane was carried out in decova#ons ,ranged by Mrs. Maude White and Mrs. Flor- ence Streeter. Guests from two chapters were welcomed t the meeting presided over by Mrs. Ben White, worthy matro, and Lain'Pace Keech, wor- thy patron. , . | _ The next meeting will be Wednes. | day, December 28,. at 8 p.m. I party for Mrs. Margare Hart - +I .. be held dtwing the social hour. l Y.I"' Hart has served for the past tl" .years as grand representative_t__w,", r the jis., icUan of Mississippi. ;*' commtssmn expires December ,. The Japanese version of Santa Claus is the ancient god Hoteiosho, who has eyes in back of his head to help him see how children be- have, according to World Book En- cyclopedia. Say Merry Cbrlsfmas Wifh'... BEDROOM SLIPPERS MOCCASINS & COWBOY SOOTS SHOE SHINE KITS & ACCESSORIES, From ... Saum's SAoe .00a.S 126 E. Main ` Monroe