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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Jan. 11,1968 Koppers HonoredAt Reception Honoring the Rev. and cake served at the re- daughter, Sue, Mrs. Ed Mrs. George Kopperup- ceptton wtth an arrange- Utterback. on his retirement from ment of yellow roses and At the close of the 22 years in the rain- yellow chrysanthemums program the Koppers lstry were partshoners centering the table be- were surprised with the of the First Mennonite tween yellow and green tft of matching luggage Church and other candles. The center- Irom their many friends in the cam-piece was given as a friends. munity at a reception gift from the Koppers' for the couple Decem- tier 31 in the church Simon Grana laughter on South Lewis Street. Some 100 guests were in attendance and enjoyed aprogram o, Wed To Ben F 00nfer music and poems. Act- ing as master of cere- Miss Carolyn Joan brother was Rudy Fun- monies was Clarence Simon, granddaughter of fer. Schwartz, a long ttme Mr. and Mrs. Jack St- For her daughter's friend of the couple, man of West Main Street wedding Mrs. Simon was Reading an original and niece of Mr. and dressed in a deep tur- poem depicting the life Mrs. Warren tmon of quotse satin sheath of Rev. Kopper was Buck Island Road, and topped with a turquoise Mrs. Opal Schwindam- Ben Michael Funfer lace A-line overdress. ann. It was entitled were wed December 23 Serving at the wedding "There Was A Man" in Williams Lake. reception were cousins and covered his trip The bride tsthedaugh- of the bride, Miss Bar- across the country ter of Mr. and Mrs. barn Simon and Miss from Kansas when he Leonard Simon of Will- Susan Simon. Mrs. first settled here and tams Lake and the Rudy Fenfer held the the years that followed, groom is the son of guest book. Another poem, "A Mr. and Mrs. John Following their wed- Friend" was read by Fuhrer St. of Bellevue, dlng trip to Alberta Janet Fltckner, referr- Alberta. the couple is living in tug to the minister's For her wedding the Quesnel. role of friend as well bride chose a floor- as pastor, length gown of bridal (_2. isti His favorite hymn, satin featuring French r an "How Great Thou Art" voile and fashioned in was sung by choir an empire style. Roses members and the child- were appliqued on the  omen ren's favorite, "Jesus skirt in an apron at- Loves Me", was pre- fect and circled the /O 00a--eet ,, AND TIRED are these Monroe Heading the ski classes is Ed Hill, Monroe sented by 12 young elbow-length sleeves. ' students, a few of the 50 returning Satur- High School teacher, who was instrument- people of the church. Her bridal flowers day from their firstMonroeSchoolDistrict- al in promoting ski sessions for the young Mr. and Mrs. Bob were red roses and The Town and Country sponsored ski school at Stevens Pass. people.--Monitor Photo Stucky combined their white lilies of the val- Christian Women's talents in a duet, sing- ley. Club wi. ho00d a00unoh- Thomas Gene Park Place Club J. Hansens Host Dinner Carl Drugge ing another favorite Bridesmaids were eon at 12 noon, Jan- hymn of the pastor. Mtss Anna Rabte and uary 16 in the banquet Join's Maxims Meets At Home The colors of yellow Miss Jean Stevenson. room at Frontier Vil- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ltllian Boyes, Johnand Visits Mother Their short gowns of lags. Hansen of Snohomtsh Rancid, South KelseySt; and green decorated a green brocade were in For further informat- Their fourth child, a Of Pauline Law were hosts of a pot- Mr. and Mrs. Jess Carl E. Drugge of Mo rt them they wore head- luck dinner Weaver, Dan and Tim- Long Beach, Caltfor- an empire style. With ion or reservations,call son, was born to Mr. Mrs. Pauline Law was Guests attending were my, South Blakely St.; nia is visiting in the Mary 334-2889 or 334-p349 and Mrs. Gene Maxim hostess to members of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Jim Chamberlin home of his mother, Guild -old$ pieCeScaught tof a greengreen sat-net by 5 p.m. Sunday. off JanuaryRUte 2 6thetn anmrntngEver- her ParkClubPlacewhenCOm-they Schuler, James, Deanna and Charlotte, Monroe; Mrs. Ada Drugge, South muntty and Matthew of Snohom- Mrs. Ada Drugge, South Lewis Street. in rose and carried Mrs Dirks ett hospital, met January 2withMrs. ish; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis St.; Mrs. Carl During his stay in Mset Here cascade bouquets of Named Thomas Gene, O. R. Walden assisting. George Brand and Mar- E. Drugge, Long Beach, Monroe he is also green carnations, the little boy weighed After a dessert lunch- sha, Everett; Mr. and California and Miss visiting his sister, Meeting in the social Best man for his Elected By 5 pounds, 12 ounces and eon members sewed for Mrs. Reginald Owen, Patricta Hughes, Che- Mrs. Jess Weaver and hall of Peace Luther- measured 171/2inches. the handicapped center 154th Street S.E.; Mrs. hey. her family ; an Ch00oh last week M YF Holds Past Grands Welcoming their new in Everett. , were members of the {r 0, brother home this week :iAttendtag:::ihe Mary Martha Gufld p Mrs. Henry Dirks was are Bradley, i4; Mar- Hdames !:. ::::i :,Bbert Presiding at the meet - elected president of the cte, 10, and Julie, 9, Growcock, 'Ninnt Hans- tug was Mrs. Ed Sno- Past Noble Grands The baby's maternal son, Anna Marty, Har- ozy. The group began plans New Years Club when members met grandfather is Iver old Kauffman, Bill January 4 in the home Drtvstuen of Arlington Ray, Ethel Guptlll, Gur- on a spring family din- Methodist Youth of Mrs. Florian Haufle. and his paternal grand- [d Torseth, Charles Enter the Fragrant World of her in conjunction with Fellowship members Elected secretary- parents are Mr. and Federtco, Henry Dirks, ..... hmate the other church organ- enjoyed a New Year's treasurer was Mrs. Mrs. Joe Damns of Addle Allenberger, Do- izations. The dinner Eve party highltghtedby Ralph Ramaley. California. ra Bloor and Tom Re- 2'-'"/'-''" sometime after Easter. an obstacle race destgn- was Mrs. Dora Bloor. Dirks Host ese.  i" , Mrs. Wallace Horton ii;]i fp-- A project to collect ed by a committee of Others present were will hold the next meet- opray /ISI stamps for missions Mark Nelson, Raleigh the Mesdames John Sun. Dinner ing, slated for Feb- "7 (: ,.' #:. .,' Eau de Toilette to spray on with push-button con- ,- j ' Weir, Jake Mortensen, runty 6. +: ,a   /, venience. An exhilarating fragrance touch-up any WaSapproval.gtven the guUd s WarrenWd' DOnKeck.Whttfield and Blanche Stevens, Bes- Sunday dinner guest in  ;.  """ It' hour of/he day. Members were advis- . 1i/' Jl ttl J ' ed,., to take note of the Items the party-goers sic Foye, Mildred Mar- the home of Mr. and and long-time Monroe collected tn the hunt cear, Chris Anderson, Mrs. Henry Dirks, residents Mr. and Mrs. i):, i ,_ Reg. $4.00   Walter Wilson, Carl 162nd Street, were Edward Steen, now of hangemeetings.tn timeThe groupfr atnCludedmilk bottlel0 whiterocks,full of Sather and Miss Alice Mrs. Pauline Law of Mount Vernon. will meet at 7:30 P'm" water'zinter The Reverendgave a talkR" onH" pepper,chicken somebone,Salt, sugar,a catsuP,bump_a Louden. South, , Blakely Street \\;L.% ",!! $2 5 o,. i+,ii "Women of the Bible". er sticker, a milk car- t Hosting the meeting ton full of sand and a were Mrs. R. H. Zln- guitar pick.  t Drugge.ter and Mrs. Ada tngVartUStasks timewereCOnsUm-outlined --  EVEN A ======================== In the obstacle course BARGAIN UKE Revlon creates DanielWeaver with members settling z i . i . down for more games Visits In Home and refreshments at its conclusion. ELECTRIC The Powder-Pales for Lips and Nail,.r Of Parents Members attending were Jerry White, HEAT SHOULD Daniel Weaver, stu- Bruce Nelson, Bruce Six cream --of-iles LIPSTICK SHADES . . . dent at Eastern Wash- Murdock, Bill Whtt- tagton College, visited field, Dean and Dale BE WASTED/ Mouth soffenlngpistei, WLipifick $1,50 in the home of his Schwartz, Howard Keck paler-than-lxzle. In parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weeks, Nancy Jesse Weaver, over the Wood, Jean Countryman ":=:" ! 'MOON DROPS'. Nail Polish $1.OO holidays, and the committee Other guests in the members. Invited were to match Weaver home on Christ- members of the Sno-  ............................................................ mas Eve were their homtsh MYF. "" A collection created for Round--the-Clock daughter, Mrs. Jtm Guests were Val Rag- molstur|z;ng and complexion care Chamberlin and Char- er, Cindy Burger, Ca- Low PUD rates make electric Make certain fireplace dampers lotte; Son. Timothy; thy Cliuw and tory heating a real :budget bargain In are securely closed, Open dampers ' mUoon ' o'- Y- ev'l Carl E. Drugge of Nelson. Assisting were Snohomtsh County. But we don't are big sources of heal loss. on Long Beach, Caltfor- Jean Jellison and Mr. like to see customers wasting heat Remember all thermostats should nta; Miss Patricta and Mrs. Henry Zan- because of some unobtrusive heat be located on interior walls away Four quick, dally steps to a lovelier youl Hughes of Cheney and darski. Mrs. Ada Drugge of loss area which may never have from open doors, windows, or other Monroe. been brought io their attention, draft or abnormal temperature G . . . Here are some of the common areas situations. .Cale do ,;1'i Thursday__ Is o, ,o. c. o.,,. ,o .,. ,.u,.,,o. r corrected to the user's advantage, a must in every home. I good In- sulation job can reduce heat losses jr Friday  b N" For insianc., check around doors through walls and ceilings mar. am er t( and windows for drafts. Weather- than 50%. This can mean substan- Past Matrons Club, g I 7:30 p.m., at the home I r stripping or caulking can solve this fial kilowatt hour savings. of Mrs. Henry Dennis, [ l tear  problem. Leonard Meldabl, CO- ' _ ," lI Check these tips in your home and ] pt. $3,50 8 oz hostess, l,2, !{ %4/I Storm windows or double-pane see if you have an offending heat ".00 Tuesday / 00i:iiii00!! glass on north or windward sides loss area. If so correct it and you are recommended, especially on can be sure your electric heat bar- Triple H Club, 1 p. I : large glass areas, gain is not slipping away. ,,xi VALLEY m., Mrs. Harry Nelson t-:! TDI Tol , 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Vil .... I_ i I PHARMACY Shopping.,,.,, -,o,,Center Je Mortensen. ,Tim dr.ws asstsitug, i n',-O,