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rJ. eduled ,h;s week... "lhlne cha f r n t $ "$8 - rg o oice ap- rvJl'g IA this oJunm. Thoy shouJd le4"CZ. ,0 ..,., o.d Mus, -  effice by 4 p.m. Monclay 1l  em. one 9-tzoo. ;L-, skle Improvement Clu 28, Zpm wir& Mrs. Ray- ,, 2} t11o. iembers requested J " white elephant, wrapped, l ; L  -Ite Home Imonstra- I ["),lub March 20, 12:30 p.m., _..of Mrs Russ Anderson. ation on apple cookery. ,. - ohers Club March ,(%0.m.. home of s. '.- wr "tson 1827 7th White ''r'u food auction. " '--ci[14al/Svflle RifleC lub trap shoot cl/)larda 22 at Lake Ki range  at ll'a.m. Win a ham ;. | "er Sunday. I L o Grange invites ,il.'Y_. to annl Open House and t , , l/rban church service /|*' . 2 o'clock. ' Y-,. . Rose Orthopic o 9, 8 P.m., home of Mrs. t).il. 76:5 Dr. NE. CO- i (rS.-,: Mrs. Roger Hots, lifford Edenholm. "|  20, 1 p m Village Cafe. Mar. I [  Mrs. Grant Hosterman. J 2"111e Fir st Orthopelic' il lrlretl 20, 12:30 p.m., home 1 . Thomas Jensen, 1827 Interested in interest... Gary Paddock and Dan Westhmd show Ann Gebert and Merri Lynne Turner that S75 used to buy U. S.Savings Bonds growsto $100 in 8 years and 11 months. Ann says, "that's four dollars back for every three." It's all a part of the bank-school program tying in with arithmetic and other studies. These four students are from Libert School. Obituaries ARTHUR OTTO TORN Arthur Otto Torn. 83, 1205 3rd St., MarysviLle, died in Veterans Hospital in Seattle. March 13. He was born in Brandenburg, Ger- many April 9, 1875. coming to the U. S. in 1893. Mr. Torn was a ,Spanish war veteranhavingjoined Company "A" 12th regiment of the Minnesota Volunteers. He came to Seattle in 1900 where he resided for 55 years. He moved to /vlarysville in 1955. He is survived by one son, Albert W. Torn of Rt. 5 Arlington. and a daughter, Alice Oie of Rt. 4. Port Orchard, Wash. Funeral services were held in Seattle Tuesday afternoon. Interment was in WasheLli Cemetery. 21,.-g Marsh Grange March '-.ou P.m. Social night. ,-.o Pack  March 2O. ta,,,-'viln., Sunnyside School. Pro- "* /I)en 3.  ,ek/. Everett. hostess. William H. Cathcart. 76. Rt. I. lug Marh 24 Mrs. Wil- t WILLIAM H. CATttCART IMarysville. died in an Everett 4-H Country Clubt Hospital March li. He was born SUnnysideSchool. Franklin Snohomish Jan. 6. 188a. and COunty agent, to show had lived in this area all his life, tHe was a retired shipyard em- -'t- tployee. Funeral services were 1 .tars Horizon Girls Mar. held Monday in Everett with the '',nrie of'irs-. Don Williarns.IRev. Emrys P. Thomas of irst Congregational Church officiat- ing. Bural was in the farnily plot in Lake View Cemetery. Seattle. I Schaefer Funeral Home Junior Garden Club home of Mrs. Kenneth to workon shadow at Evergreen ton. Nhar. 21. Potluck .lewett home. Mr. Arnold Eaton, Mr. and Vincent assisting. El- vs. THETA RHO No. initiation ceremonies at the IOOF HaD, Ev- Theta Rho No. 6: the and are vited to attend. School board lets contract for new plant I Contracts were let by board of! directors of School District 25' Monday for the construction of l the new Tulalip Elementary !School. Approved were the bids of the Shaeffer Construction iCompany of $240,374 for gen- ecal construction; the Glantz Supply Company of $40,193 for all plumbing work and Ewing Electric Company of $68.615 for electrical installation including unit ventilators and heaters for electric heat. The directors indicated plea- sure at the fact that bids re- ceived totaled about $13,000 under bids for the same project received pursuant to an earlier cad last December. Total cost for the actual buildings at the site will average $14.09 per sq. foot. Terms of the contract call for completion of the project early in 1960 but the Shaeffer Con- struction Company has advised directors that they expect to complete the project early in the 8th & State Sis., Marysville OLive 9-3711 ELMER SCHAEFER and STANLEY SCHFER Representative of Everett Marble & Granite Works VICTOR MARYSVILLE GLOBE Marysvffle, Washington Tbursdoy, Mack 19, 1959 MRS. VERNON IX)FLING, Ev- KATHY STRANBERG demon- 1959-60 school term. KEN JOHNSON, USCG, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mil- ton McQuesten, Route 1. Ken is Marysville boy, and is home n leave from California. ..... OK .... Barber Shop 209 STATE ST. ROY SCHMIDT, Owner GET THE HAIRCUT THAT... PLEASES Y OUt See our newly remodeled shop... Shoe Shine Boy in Attendance. Across Alley from Co-Op erett was hostess March 10 to i strated the molding of cinnamon members of the FAC Club. Plans rolls at a meeting of Senior Kel- Contact Lenses---Vil Training were discussed for the annuall logg lharsh 4-H Girls March 11. dinner to be held in April, the Members reported on their DR FRANK D TURK date to be announced later, corn- : sewing, baking, home beautifica- " memorating the 20th year of the tion and gardening projects and OPTOMETRIST club. During the evening Jimmy discussed demonstration day to Complete Optical. Service Lofting entertained with several ' be held in Arlington April 4. pi,am, selections. March 24 ithe Next meeting will be March 26.: 407 STATEIn Former Post O4fice. BuildlngoLive ne;^,t mee,, ,,'tag ate, withMrs. ,,.il- Junior girls group will meet thei STREET 9-3212 am Mackey as the hostess, i l9th. ' .... We went right to Pork Country to bring you finest meat for this... SAFEWAY PORK SALE PORK CHOPS C ENTER CUT Lb. I " :,o,x s.outou b. STEAKS,, BACON , , POTATOES NO. I NETTED GEM POTATOES 10 29e tbs. NO. 2 NETTED GEM 5000,98 JAMISON ... ig2 er series 21T939 sq. in. picture, 21 n. tube I overall dlag- O.l). Console "IV with 2- speaker Balanced Fi- delity FM Sound, tun- ing controls on front so you can 'build-in'. Has "One-Set" Elec- tronic Fine Tuning.. 10% brighter pic- ture. NEW TUBE-SAVING POWER SURGE  RESISTOR-IN EVERY SET! In every new RCA Victor "I'V! Automatically holds back full power when set is turned on  until all components are thoroughly warmed up il to peak efficiency. Eliminates sudden "blast" of current that shortens tube life, greatly increases the life of your set. When all tubes are warmed up, Power Surge Resistor lets full pOwer through , far best ope.ration. ve's & SERVICE ST. PHONE:. OLive 9-1000 LUCERNE Cube Butter GARDENSIDE Tomatoes LJbby's Olives PITTED 7-Oz. 25c RiPE IIIliillilllll Can 00ark00t Tuna c.- .,-29c STYLE II lie III Ca Hunts Tomato Juice Hunts Tomato Catsup 00'o*a Prices effective Thuis- day) March 19, thru Saturday, March 21, in Marysvilfe. No sales to dealers," right to limit reserved. / >:; :t