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Peggy McBride Will One Of These Girls Ann Sticha SHOWN are three more candidates for tile honor of being Queen of the Granite Falls float. There are six candidates in all. Three were shown in last week's Press. Be- ginning Monday ballots will be available and Be Queen? Jean Younce ballot boxes set up in all the places of business in town. Inquire in the stores for information about voting for the girl of your choice. RIVERSIDE NEWS By Helen B .LeaQuee I son-in-law had been over from, Violet Zerfoss and Alice Bry-iLeavenworth, so she was real-: ant gave a surprise "Come as ly disappointed in not seeing you are" brunch at the Zer- them. Last Wednesday Jim's foss home last week. They pre- daughter and her husband of: pared the brunch then went ]Auburn were out for the day. about the enighborhood .th- I The Bill Lundbergs spent: ering ladies of the Friendly Sunday at Arlington Heights with Bill's cousin, Dick Lund- berg, and family. Glad to report Walt tang able to be back on the job after a: bout with the flu. Archie, Merle and I called on the Earl Chapmans in Granite. We had such a good time and time passed so quickly it was near midnight before we rea- lized it. Mrs. Chapman played the organ and Merle sang, then Archie played violin  and Earl sax and then we all tried a few songs with a bit of harmoniz- ing. Maybe the harmony wasn't so good but sure was fun. Ernie, Deloris, Mona and Joni Pearsall and George Ber- nethy attended a benefit dinn.er at the Union hall in Everett Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murphy with Mrs. Proud, Bill Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers and Mrs. Schoonveld of Granite were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Travelin of Ev- erett. Also present was Miss Derr, a missionary from India, who is visiting and lecturing in these parts. Mr. Travelln is acting pastor of Missionary Al- liance Church in Granite and also chief chef of Alpine Cafe of Everett. Gene and Berta Bowyer drove to Seattle Saturday, visited Club to "come as they were." Several were in pajamas, robes and curlers. Laura tang was found in the barnyard feeding cows. She came in old jeans, sweater and knee boots. Lack of make-up was most evident; a pale-looking lot of ladies, but we had fun. Proceeds to a'dd the the club's finances. Thanks, Vi and Alice. -- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harris are proud grandparents for the second time. Son Richard and wife have a new daughter. The young family arrived he r e Tuesday on furlough, till the 25th when they will return to , California and his base. Rich- ard Jr. expects to be sent to I Japan soon for a two-year term. Mrs. Harris and children will I join him there soon afterward. Merle visited a bit in Arling- ton after Mass an Sunday. Stopped at tlle Ron Boydens to inquire about Ron's sister, Ar- dith's daughter, who recently underwent heart surgery ir2ol- orado. The operation was suc- cessful-they repaired a hole in her heartand she is now on the way to good health. Then he called on the Ben Knudsons.  While there Stu Marshlain and son Alan stopped by to get Ben to tinker with their car. It was arguing with them and they  were on their way to visit Stu's i thei r san Joe and family and parents who were celebrating ^+ ......  .......... I J.):icl  IIIULIII2I', iYlI'S ivlasser, their 56th wedding anniversarY iand returned home Sunda- and Mr. Marshlain's 84th birth- I foreno,,,. Y . day Old timers here should re- ....... _ ........ vlumps a me ]oicKson home: memoer all mese zoIKs. ese d We were saddened this week/tn ays. by the death of Harvey Hen- ' dershot of Everett. Mr. Hen- dershot was violinist for Arch- ie,.taking over after the passing ! of Walter Iamont. We have  lost so many good friends the past few years. Speaking of old friendsMrs. Elsie Tituis Valiquette of Lew- iston, Ida., her son Raymond York, and his wife and son drove out on Saturday to see: us. Elsie is over here for a week or two to visit her son and family and old friends. El-l sie, with her parents, two broth- ers and a sister, lived on the  Williams place in Jordan in the early 20's Her son, Raymond, was born in a cabin about where the Jordan store is now. Mrs. Simpson spent Friday in Everett visiting her son's fam- ily and getting better acquaint- ed with the new grandson. She did some shopping, too, then she and Darlene called on the Lindy Carpenter family for a dinner of Chinese food arid an enjoyable evening of games. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Simpson and six children of Everett : were out to spend Sunday with Mrs. Simpson and Darlene. Mr.. and MrS. Jim Johnson spent Sunday ith .the John O1-  sons near Paine Field. John and Jim worked on venetian blinds and the two ladies visit- ed. Mrs. Jim said the ride over " and back was a cold one and she has a cold to get rid of now. 'When she got home she learned that her daughter and Don't forget Community Club this Saturday night. There is planned a program that should prove most interesting. f The Perry Stevensons missed seeing their room, Mrs. Jim Johnson on Sunday but they did visit with their sister, Mrs. i Hamblin, and family. Car trou- bles overtook them on their way home and they had to leave their car near the sum- mit and get a ride with some- one else, on to Leavenworth. Talked with Mrs. Les Pear- sall to inquire about her health and glad to report she's feeling much better. Daughter Donna and family of Everett were out on Sunday. Hear the miseries have caught Bill Elkins. Hope you feel better soon, Bill! Wouldn't a few sunny days be nice about now? PILCHUCK PASTIES MEALS DINNERS PAN FRIED CHICKEN Ovsr-NIgM Facilities for Skiers Mr. loop Hlwny, Granite Falls CLOSED MONDAYS i1|| i REWARD  Offered for infor- mation leading to return of electric heater and other Burning Permits Now Available The Washington State De- partment of Natural Resources warns that after March 15 a burning permit is required for all open fires, burning within the State Protective Boundary in Western Washington. Permits may be obtained from the Sultan office, phone SY 3-2621 and the Darrington of- flee, phone HE 6-2232, Monday through Friday; from R. U. Brown, Rt. 4, Arlington, phone GE 5-2757; and from A. C. Mad- sen, Rt. 4, Snohomish, phone LO 8-2573. Locations for the issuance of burning permits have b e en changed over the past years due to changes in permit loads, i This season, permits will be is-! sued at the following places: Marysville Fire Dept. Tues- days, 9 a.m. to 10 a.,m.; Lake i Goodwin Store Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 12 noon; Arlington City Hall Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.; Frontier Village, Mitch- ell's Pharmacy Wednesdays, 9 a'.m. to 12 noon; Granite Falls, Dearinger's Service Fridays, 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Snohomish, Pilchuck Pharmacy Fridays, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.; Silver Lake Thursdays, 9 .am. to 10 a.m.i Lake Roesiger Store, as I required. A new permit service stop is the Arlington City Hall, to bet- ter serve persons living in that area. Permits in Zone 3 areas will require Field Inspection by one of the department's Forest Wardens Persons wishing to: burn in these areas may exper-J fence a short delay in obtaining a permit. Please use caution when burning, particularly during dry, windy weather. Legion Plans Easter Egg Hunt At the regular March meet- ing of the American Legion Post 125 of Granite Falls, plans were discussed for an Easter egg hunt In the near future for children 11 years old an d younger It was reported that Joseph Lefebre is still a patient at Veterans' Hospital in Seattle which he entered last week for treatment of a heart condition The legion offered its hall for the Queen Coronation Ball in connection with the contest be- ing-held to select a queen for the Granite Falls float. All Legion members a r e urged to turn out and attend Everett Post No. 6 for the ini- tiation of new members on Tuesday the 17th. Announcement was _made that the next meeting night, Friday the 20th,. will be pre- items taken. Call HU 6-80781ceded by a potluck 'dinner in days or 0W 1-3538 evenings honor of the 45th birthday an- and weekends, m51t niversary of the Legion. BITS ABOUT TOWN ... There is a lot going on around town, but nothing quite as much as the flu, colds, coughs and everything that is hard to get rid of this kind of weather. I say going on around town, be- cause we see so many people just dragging along, tending to their every day business, in spite of all the aches and groans. Of course, among the small fry and not so small, too, there are such things like mmps and measles. Spring (what's that) with its sunshine and warmer weather will be most welcome and should be a big help. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Woolley had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Uh'ich Scherrer of Granite, Hans Scherrer of Marysville and Randy Schroed- er from Canyon Creek Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Stelz were visitors from over the mountains. They came from Wenatchee for several days of visiting with relatives a n d friends. Mrs. Stolz is the moth- er of Pearl Scherrer and Ber- nice Steer. Mrs. Mabel Pearson of attle, mother of Mrs. Pray was a house guest for several.i days last week at the Pray ! home. She hadn't been feeling at all well recently and was still feeling ill when she ar- rived here. However, with the good treatment she received while here she improved great- ly and returned to her home improved. ROBE NOTES By Marie Th,rp Denny Tryon has been spend- ing the week with his grand- ma, June Fay, while his moth- er has been recovering from the flu and sore throat. Grand- ma and grandson are doing fine, enjoying each other Mark Tauer is now back in school after being sick with the mumps. However, he did pass them on to his ypunger brothers Ricky Cook, just getting over a week of mumps, promptly came down with them again, on the toher side! We also hear Laureen Verta is down with the ,mumps. Looks as if that old bug is really making the rounds. Bob, Nancy and Shawn Haight spent a couple of nights last week in Snohomish with Nancy's morn, Dorothy Cool. Mrs. Tauer's mother and fa- ther were over this week for a few days' visit. They came from Toppenish. Hope they're enjoying our snowy mountains. Leonard, Dorothy, Mike, Ruth and Chelan Ottoway all went to Monroe Sunday. There they spent the day visiting with Grandpa and Grandma Hix. Sunday, Dalton and Alice Lee, along with Alice's nephew, were up from Everett, visiting the Cooks. Alice and Dalton were long time residents of the valley, first living in the now Burnett home then in the Tauer home. Due to flu and dead phones your reporter wasn't able to reach all this week, If you have anything of interest, like com- pany, going on a trip, birthday, funny happenings, just any- thing, please call Betty Cook at 0W1-3495. BURN ROAD By Ella Lockett Those from our neighborhood who attended the Eastern Star party at the temple given by the matron and officers of Beth- el Chapter Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. George Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Peddycord, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chew, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lockett and a number from Granite Falls as well as Lake Stevens and Everett. After a delicious baked ham dinner with all the trim- mings was enjoyed by every- one, Mr. and Mrs. M. Stiffler entertained with color slides of their trip to the Hawaiian Is- lands and return. They were most interesting and very beau- tiful and added to the pleasure of the evening. Friend husband had a go- round with the old flu bug this past week so haven't heard too much about the neighbors. Our winter was a mite slow in arriving but it is here. Mt. Pilchuck is beautiful with its new coat of snow and Jordan hill has a good covering also. Mrs. Ada Webb and Mrs. Ina Rogers spent Friday evening with us while ofir husbands at- tended lodge in Everett. Later E READING CLUB The ir f e when the men returned we had GRANITE FIRST GRAD : G a f read-I i ing club in Leora May's first grade room has been" an enjoyable I a very enjoyable t me over a adventure in reading. The children take a book home to read late cup of coffee. to their parents and for each book read and returned they I We wish that anyone having add a neck bone to a giraffe's neck. The Giraffes were made lnews would call us at 0W 1-2624 in art classes. Cynthia Hansen points to her giraffe which has }and we'll be happy to write up the longest neck as she has read 19 outside reading books.lsame. GRANITE FALLS PR VOLUME Vl THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964 OLD GRANITE FALLS BAND - With in- struments shined up and uniforms resplen- dent with gold braid, these members are ready for a big time. Shown top, 1. to 4., are Wlrt Robe, Leo Ferrell and Fred Ivy. Bottom row, 1. to 4., first man unidentified, next believed to be Frank Jordan, then is ton Brown and Norm Hillier. (Photo courtesy AI Carpenter) Legion Attacks Illegal Dangerous Drug Use The American Legion is lay- dividual. Abrupt withdrawal of ing the groundwork for a two- their continued use may even crisp, milk. pronged attack on the increas- be fatal, Cmdr. Swanson point- Tuesday ingly serious problem of the ed out. Chili con came, garlic toast, unsupervised use of dangerous The American Legion is em- coffee cake, pears, milk. drugs by teenagers, Comman-barking on a broad scale pro- der Harry Swanson of Post 125, gram of public education to Wednesday Granite Falls, announced here point out the dangers to moral Beef hash, buttered spinach, today, and physical well being of youth peanut butter sandwich, cook- Popularly known as ,,pep through the unsupervised use ies, .milk. pills," these drugs are being of these drugs, Cmdr. Swan-Thuraday diverted from legitimate med- son stated. Creamed chicken on mashed ical channels into candy stores, In addition the Legion is giv- potatoes, buttered whole wheat restaurants, service stations, ing its support to the initiation rolls, tapioca pudding, peaches truck stops and are also sold and passage of legislation nec- milk. by peddlers near schools and essary to strengthen federal colleges. Commander Swanson stated and state laws governing the Friday Oven fried fish with tartar there are two different types sale and distribution of such i sauce, Hawaiian sweet pota- of drugs involved. One consists drugs. !toes, egg salad sandwich, milk. of the amphetamines which have the effect of producing a release from inhibitions and are often the cause of auto ac- cidents and of anti-social be- havior. The other type consists of the barbiturates which, on the other hand, serve as depres- sants, continued use of which produces :effects similar to those of alcoholism. The danger of barbiturates lies in the loss of physical and mental coordination of the in- School Menu March 16-20 Monday Pizza pie, buttered peas and carrots, apple and cranberry Legion Aux. To Hold Bake Sale The American Legion Auxi- liary No. 125 of Granite Falls set the date and place for their bake sale to benefit the float fund. It will be held Mrrch 14 at Bernie's Town and Country. Members are asked to bring in their baked goods as early as possible. On March 20 a potluck din- ner will be held for the Legion and Auxiliary at 6:30 p.m. to celebrate the 45th birthday an- niversary of the American Le- gion. A joint meeting will fol- low and everyone is welcome to attend. The Past Presidents will meet at the h0me of Clara Scott on March 13 with Margaret Otto as hostess. Chaplain Margaret Otto is starting a book of prayers and would like ali auxiliary mem- bers to send her their favorite prayers: The best book sub- itted to headquarters will be awarded a prize. Let's see what we can do to help this project by all participating. : i i POWER We Repair and Overhaul Power Mowers Texaco Station Granite Falls SINGLE COPY 10c Write-In Wins As GF Mayor NUMBER 5 Write in candidate, Jack Webb won the race for mayor" of Granite Falls in the com- munity's general election Tue i day. He defeated ex-l)Oliceman, Kenneth O. Burrill, 173 to 64. Webb previously served for many years as Granite's may- OF. Council positions were voted on as follows: Position No. 1, Gene Carpen- ter 134. There were 9 write-in candidates with a total of 14 votes. Position No. 2, Joe Meehling ]26, Margaret Otto 54. Position No. 3, Robert Hen- derson 157. There were 2 write- in votes. Justice of the peace, Robert Benoit 143. Seven write-in can- didates polled a total of eight votes. The annual 2-mill levy for, maintenance of the library quarters won its annual victory', The vote was 166 to 58. Chief Goes To $;hool Granite Falls Police Chief 15 to attend FBI police train- Louis Chase will leave March ing school. He will return on April 5. During his absence, you may call the sheriff's office, AL g- 2141 or Pat Johnson's home, OW 1-2731, day or night, for police assistance. "Knows Granite Falls area best" Representatives: J. W. Sweet" OW 1-3541 Plafo Sffoud OW 1-3291 Evereff Graham OW 1-2755 i J i ii iiii | NABISCO LIBBY'S DANDY OYSTER CREAM or WHOLE KERNEL CRACKERS CORN 35' Box ............................ Can .............  / ,1, CENTENNIAL PANCAKE FLOUR Bag II I I SYRUP LOG CABIN 24-Oz. 4 Off Bottle 'CATSUP HEINZ 20-Oz. Bottle WAX PAPER WAXTEX Roll 2165' 2/47' I BLUE PLATE MEDIUM SHRIMP ,oz 43' Can .......................... NALLEY'S L MAYONNAISE 6 OFF ou.. ....................... 49' II I FROZEN FOODS ICE CREAM FRESH MEATS MARCH 13-14 REFRIGERATED tmODUCe