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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Jan. 25,1968 Mr. and {rs. Marvin L. Stenberg M.L. Stenberg w00.=ct Lodges Hold Lynn Tjerne Joint Installation To Wed Captain Before a large crowd of more than two hundred friends, families and dignitaries of the Odd Fellow and Rebekah Lodges of the State of Wash- tngton, Don Mortensen and Mrs. John Amstutz were installed as Noble Grands of Monroe I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 156 and Tolero Rebekah Lodge No. 119, in joint ceremonies last Saturday night in the Monroe I.O.O.F. Hall. The colorful installation ceremony was pre- sided over by Ike Slaybaugh of Seattle, grand master of the Odd Fellow Lodges of Washing- ton, and Mrs. Helen Burns of Longview, presi- dent of the Rebekah Assembly of Washington, and a team of Grand Lodge officers. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon TJerne of Riverview Drive announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Lynn Caren Tjerne, to James F. Bloss, Captain, United States Air Force. Miss Tjerne is a 1967 graduate of Western Washington State Col- lege, majoring in speech therapy. She is cur- Other elective officers seated in their re- rently stationed at spective lodges were Ed Zurfluh and Mrs. Jake Sheppard AFB, Texas, Mortensen, vtcegrands; Lyle Earlywine and Mrs. Florian Haufle, recording secretaries; Gil Knoshaug and Mrs. John Hubbard, financial sec- retaries; and Stanley Moser and Miss Alice Louden, treasurers. Appointive officers installed were John Hub- bard and Mrs. Clarence Corey, wardens; Joe Moore and Mrs. Les Brady, conductors; Law- rence Sell and Miss Glenda Merrick, chaplains; Jake Mortensen and Mrs. Ralph Ramaley, right supporters to Noble Grands; George Faussett and Mrs. Dora Bloor, left supporters to the Noble Grands; Rawleigh Gilbert and Mrs. Henry :i Dirks, right supporters to the Vice Grand; : Ovid Gourd and Mrs. Monty Gregory, left sup- ..... porters to the Vice Grand; Lawrence Whitfield &apos; and Clarence Corey right and left scene sup- porters for the Odd Fellows, Mrs. Sylvia Bag- r00eb" ley and Mrs. Quinta Wilson right and left sup- r ua ry porters for the Rebekahs; Floyd Goodwill and Mrs. Lucretia Weir inside guardians; and Leo Whiteians. and Mrs. Rose Stuber, outside guard- Date Set as a lieutenant in the Air Force. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Bloss of St. Louis, Missouri, received his bachelor of arts de- ree in business and nance from St. Louis University and is now stationed at Charleston AFB, Charleston, South Carolina. of Assembly. Mrs. Leo White, who has been noble graILd Mrs. for the past year, was escorted to her char a Wed December 22 in tilly lace tiered at the Richard Severson Calvary Baptist Church, skirt front and era- Port Angeles. Port Angeles, were broidered with sequins. Severson wore as Junior past noble grand. She was presented Seattle. Miss Sandra C. Beaton The long sleeves were street-length dress of her past grand pin by the OddFellowlodge, which of that city and Marvin of lace and a lace train candy pink with bell- was pinned on her by her husband who is a past L. Stenberg, Dungeness, fell from the back. shaped crepe skirt, noble grand of the men's lodge. A gift of a son of Mrs. Leona A crown of seed For her daughter's beautiful plate with all the names of her officers Stenberg of South Lew- pearls and sequins held wedding Mrs. Beaton on it, was presented to her by Mrs. John Am- is Street and Mr. her fingertip veil and chose a navy blue suit stutz on behalf of the officers of 1967. Mrs. Carl Stenberg of she carried a cascade and corsage of pink Henry Dirks presented the Past Noble Grand Everett. bouquet of sweetheart baby rosebuds. Certificate to her and Mrs. White thanked the The bride, daughter roses centered with a For their wedding trip lodge for her gifts and the Odd Fellows for her green cymbidium or- the couple traveled to pin, and all who had made her year a happy, of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- chid. Portland, Oregon and memorable one. liam L. Beaton of Port Attending the couple vicinity. They will live Angeles, was married After introductions of the visiting dignitaries in a setting of deep were Mr. and Mrs. in Dungeness where the and presentation of gifts to them, remarks and Prosbudad .t p.k Hy-Lo Club Officiating was the Rev. James Wright and Members wedding music was played by Mrs. Wright. Meet Here Escorted by her fath- er, the bride wore a Miss Kathleen Kosters -- Marvin Kaptein Monroe Couple Sets June Wedding Date WOOLENS some bonded v.,o.. ,o ,.,, $1" $2 When you are making those home remodeling additions, proper, / economical comfort heating is often a problem. But it doesn't need to be though -- if electric heat is considered. First, electric heat is easy ALSO to install . . . anywhere a wire can be run, electric heat may be used. Installation costs are very low. And the budget bargain of low PUD SPECIALS in COTTONS rates makes it a logical choice for low cost operation. 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A beautiful buffet table, bouffant gown of Chan- members of the Hy-Lo afternoon of February centered by a bouquet of pink carnations and SO 4-H Club who made 4 at 328 South Lewis white stocks, was presided over by Mrs. Leo Mrs. Ne n, plans foralightbulbfund Street. Mrs. Stenberg White and Mrs. John Amstutz. Ty raising project, report- invites all friends of Dancing was enjoyed afterwards to the music Mrs. cer ed 4-Her Ben Epptnga. the young people to of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis of Port Orchard, It was announced at attend and meet the Washington. Host Triple H the meeting that pract- bride. ice demonstrations will Triple H Club men- be given at the next bers met January 16 meeting of the 4-H with Mrs. Harry Nelson club in preparation for and Mrs. Roy Tycer act- the upcoming demon- ing as hostesses, stration day scheduled Luncheon guests were for March 23. the Mesdames Chris In other club business Anderson, Harry Bayly, four new members were Sylvia Bagley, Les Bra- added to the member- dy, L. A. Keech, Cltf- ship. They were Tam- ford Robert, Guy Street- my Mateeo, Leslie Jel- er, Pauline Law, Ben inek, Donnette Bates and Luntey, Blanche Stev- Erika Bates. ens, Walter Wilson, Roy Their next meeting is scheduled for the third Wiley, Christine Doze Mond.ay in February. and Miss Alice Louden. FABRICS ELECTRIC H CLEARANCE SALE t . GOES WHERE THURS. FRI. SAT. MON. IT'S NEEDED! Jan. 25 26 27 29 groom is employed by talks were given by the new officers. A pro- the State Fisheries De- gram of music by the Monroe High School partment and his bride sextet, accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Devers by the State Department was enjoyed. "Pappy and the Half Brothers", of Public Assistance. a singing and playing comic trio, completed the A luncheon reception program. is planned for the couple Refreshments were served in the dining hall by the groom's mother which had been decorated for the occasion by Miss Wall Betrothed To 00oses Lake Man Other officers installed for the Rebekah lodge Miss Jacqueline M. were musician, Mrs. Blanche Stevens; color bearer, Mrs. Agnes Thomsen; drill captain, Stuve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Stuve Mrs. Ovid Gourd; Mrs. Glen Merrick and Mrs. of Park Lane, is engaged Mary Smith, right and left supporters to the to Paul Lewis Adams, chaplain; Mrs. Chris Anderson and Mrs. Lulu son of Mrs. Dawn Cros- Ottini, right and left supporters to the past by of Seattle and Harold noble grands. Adams of Woodinvllle. A March wedding is graduate of Monroe Music for the installation was played by Mrs. Miss Stuve Ks a 1964 planned by Miss Joyce High School. The en- Eunice Scott, grand musician of the Rebekah graduate of Monroe Ellen Wall, daughter of gaged couple graduated High School and is Mr. and Mrs. Clarence from Central Washing- employed by a life in- Wall of Route 2, and ton College in Ellens- surance company in Glen Dembiczak, son burg in 1967. Miss Her fiance is of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wall's fiance is serving The couple plans an The engagement of a where both are seniors. April wedding in Mort- Monroe couple, Miss He is the son of Mr. roe. Kathleen Joanne Kost- and Mrs. Albert Kap- ers and Marvin Willis tein of Monroe and Kaptein, is announced Conrad, Montana. by her parents, Mr. They will be wed in and Mrs. Gerrit W. June in the Monroe Kosters of SumacDrtve. Christian Reformed The couple attends Church. Monroe High School