Newspaper Archive of
Monroe Historical Society
Monroe, Washington
March 14, 1968     Monroe Historical Society
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 14, 1968

Newspaper Archive of Monroe Historical Society produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., March 14,1968 i, ). i Pam Schilaty Wed Happenings... ,. Ro un dD Iluva .: ............. ......... Irls Norman 788-2444 Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ktlgore of San Diego, California announced the engagement of their daughter Catherine Louise to Phillip A. Ba- shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murle E. Bashaw of Route 1 Monroe. Catherine is Junior at the University of " A: , a Washington, majoring in English education. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. She is Scabbard and Blade Queen; she is also a member of the Angel Flight and the Rally Girls. Phillip is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and Alpha Phi Omega national ser- vice honorary Sundodgers and R.O.T.C. He is a member of the Board of Control of Univer- sity of Washington and campus representative for United Air Lines. Phtlltp is a Junior majoring in speech and communications. The couple plan an August wedding. They will be continuing with their final year at the university .... i: : :: ::: The Women's Civic Club met on Thursday : :i:i.  with 17 members and two guests, Lulu Soren- . ............... son and Pearl Funk. A most delightful dessert was served by hostesses Florence Rupard, Kath- leen Schefer and Ethel Bashaw. Vice president Claudia Kaelin presided over  the meeting due to the illness of president : ....... Eleanor Walker. Selma Taylor showed slides :: with taped tour of Saffron Waldron, England by Marthe Barnett. There will be a plant and SKIING, a favorite Weekend sport of teen- beginners' hill are from left, Mrs. Rudy food sale in April so please watch for date! ***** agers, is attracting more and more house- Frei of Route 2, a beginning skier; Mrs. ,::::. .... The Duvall Evangelical Church is planning wives who enjoy mid-week lessons and John Snyder of Three Lakes, who usually i :: another skating party for March 18. Those practice sessions on uncrowded slopes, skis on the steeper slopes, and Mrs. Lto and Mrs. James Hesseltine wishing to attend must meet at the church at These Monroe area women, who find the James Huppert of Three Lakes, who had --Crown Studio Photo 6:15 p.m. ***** mountain sport irresistible and the scene- never been on skis before this Winter.-- Colors of yellow and length gowns were fin- Nedra Funk has been selected town clerk for ry beautiful, have just finished Thursday Monitor Staff Photo white decorated First lshed with scalloped Duvall upon the resignation of Gloria Judd. lessons at Stevens Pass. Traversing the Congregational Church hems. ****** in Snohomish February Each carried a nose- Maude Ficht, Mabel Bourke, Pearl Funk and 24 for the wedding of a gay of yellow and white Selma Taylor visited the Fircrest School to lJ- " ,t ## n I . li... "I- .. former Monroe girl, daisies and awideyel- deliver garments made by Cherry Valley Grange l[l((lr /00ssemDly rreslaenr visits iorllre I00LOS00 | Miss Pamela Ann Sch- low velvet bow head- #287 Auxiliary members. Thursday Past Noble Grands and Miss Alice Louden. I r ,_P,ON, LO 8.4 T #rJ tlaty, now of Snohom- piece with short scal- m A " " Valley General Hospit- Club members complet- Mrs. Paul Graden will IIPMIIv21IwFF21EJ, I tsh, to Lt. James H. loped yellow veiltng. -[1g'%rn! C )ln Hq'll(i al Guild flower arrang- ed plans for the visit hostess the next regular IrJJJJl Hesseltlne, also of Larry Hesselttne act- m..,vm m m. vj,, , ,vv tug show, 8 p.m., ele- of the Rebekah Assem- meeting on April 4. r.7--| Snohomtsh. ed as best man for Parents of the couple the groom with Lt. Ran =r r" . r% 1 mentary school, Dick- bly president tonight, I, :;= C,::."::^', I -- ,__.LA , ..--. VA.,'' inson Road Tnursaay, when mey ,1' . , , orr un,ecrs - o:uu,, are Mr. andMrs. Ken- Frank, FortLewis, and |( r| Lgf|. |00U00t:l Tolero RebekahLode metMarch 7atthehome @pMonreeFlrsfl li "HaWai'P"8.30 [l neth Schllaty and Mr. Mike Botktn, Mike Hec- - ..... 8 p m, IOOF Hal of Mrs Ovide Gourde - I" . AT I and Mrs. Robert Hes- kel and Walt Delaney, Long time 5aonroe house rom one o rive - -- - -: - " , ..... ,, , seltine of Snohomish. all of Snohomish, ser- resident Mrs. H. E. this Sunday at the home Mrs: .Helen  Burns, sssmg WaSovrs. I NARAMATA I I REGULAR PRICESI I D rothea Ye preslaen o teDeKan .................... . Daisies of yellow and vtng as ushers. (Dora S.) .Yeager will of Mrs_ o ._ ag- Assembl-* of Washin  lowed the business see- J Honzan Club JiB d white were used with Lynn Schilaty, sister De honored at an open er, ,uo ro. lzracoma. s- s" i_ _ . i mR ............ :w.,..:...:.--:..:, m white stock and $ellow of the bride, was flower . . . m  Mrs Yeaer, who will ton will be special ran... .. I mmcxcx l[l| ]111100 AHIt000W00 | chrysanthemums  in glrl in a floor-length I"lorlzof] Q..Iub be 94 thisyear, movedgBeS.aturday MamesgBeheBe e i j="r'e":toaTC=clll?,rll the altar centerpiece white dotted Swiss dress _ :o.1;ne TUalCO valle.y  Trinle H Club, 1 , vens, Clarence Corey, I g g I IYlll.lln el and with candelabras, with white daisies on wm her nusoana m " '" Gilbert Knoshau , Les rhe same flowers with the skirt. She carried unlmcIge 1903 and later to Yeager m., Mrs. Pauline Law ....... g . I ]b4rr.l', "1 ,.'1/ I am |. jtl| Be Road h r "h " Thursday raay, nmpn tamazey, , ,-.,, .., .v , , ...... .o.,o,o. m candles decorated the a basket of yellow and P I t"l . / ....  . e coup Tolero Club, 1 pm., Leo Whlte, BessieFoye, I "1  rn Z  rn I IiMl! ;, el aisle, white daisies. Officiating at thecere- Ring bearer was the al .|aT Her many friends  luncheon, at the home Jake Mortensen, Flor- | ......  t" i lM 'lllffll i ..... Monr ^ ar '--"*' ,- of Mrs. Lucille Wtllett ion Haufle, Dora Bloor, | r.rrlMr, ll. I I Short Ub'leCt "W|nter I mony was the Rev. bride's young brother, .aramam n.o.rlzon at.^n=.h ^^_ with Mrs. William Walter Wilson, Henry | Coffee &Cook, es | I 5norts. Ital|an Style" I Larry Baker of Walla John Schilaty. %rod members win nora . ? .  uu=- ,u, Heewald ,',-host,ss Dirks, Chris Anderson ' , -r .... , .......... ,-- - Walla, a former pastor For her daughter's a rummage sale from m her honor.  , .... of the Monroe Congre- wedding Mrs. SchUaty 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., gational Church. chose an ice blue bro- March 15 and 16 at the =   The bride, escorted by cade coat and dress Congregational Church __./ her father, chose a with flowered hat tn Hall. gown of white peau de shades of blue. Her Refreshments, coffee sole with Chanttlly accessories were sil- and cookies will be ser- lace fashioned with ver and her corsage was ved during the two days. empire bodice, tradit- of yellow roses. lanai long sleeves but- Mrs. Hesseltine was accessories and a car- toned at the wrist and dressed in an aqua sage of orchids tied wtth straight long skirt, blue knit patterned with pink. A deep hem of lace beige flowers over S:: L ] 00RDS b I 1 h The newlyweds both " " urs.- - . ended in a scalloped which she wore a beige graduated from y _...- bat I-rl edge with tiny seed textured coat and ac- homish High Sc , pearls accentin the cessories and a yellow she in 1967 and he in floral design oI the rose corsage. 1966. The bride at- Plostic Heavy lace at the hem and An arrangement of tended elementary bodice. At the back yellow and white dais-schools tnMonroe. Denim Jeans was a short panel and tes centered the table Lt. Hesseltine, atrain- Travel Suit Bags square chapel-length for the reception which tug officer at Fort Lew- train touched with lace followed in the church is, graduated from 42" Iongx24"w|de 99 and pearls, hall. The daisy theme Officer' Candidate Her double shoulder- was continued in re- School in Fort Knox, S|ze$5-8 length veil was of brid- ceptton decorations, the Kentucky. The couple 59 =------------------------------- al illusion caught to a groom's cake and at is living at Fort Lewis Reg. 98 single peau de sole bow punch bowl. in Tacoma. with hand made silk Serving at the recept- m00ussy u a00'eome rose and seed pearls, ion were Mrs. Helen -'-%%%%-- ra n t She carried a bridal Goshorn and Mrs. CARD OF THANKS bouquet of white or- Robert Schlilaty of words .... o00o, Style Haw" Sp Rlm'ncream . 1/2P chids, roses and step- Monroe. aunts, of the ray hanotis and wore a bride. Punch was ser- quately express our cameo brooch now be- ved by a cousin of the deep appreciation for rice longtngtohermaternal bride, Miss Denise memanyKmaanasym- ,Stmck . " grandmother, becoming .,.hlU,,, nf Monroe and pathetic acts that came  ( cnn,v c,-,, m a sixth generation bride Mts's--'Leslie Allert. to us at the time of Regular-Hard-to-Hold. n cake our recent bereave to wear the family heir- Cutting the weddi g loom. were the groom's sis- ment. Maid of honor for her ter, Mrs. Judy Smith,, Mr. Clifford Harrison  / I|(.JJ Unscented 11 -_ - sister was Miss Kathy and his s*ster-in-law' Mr & Mrs Dnald R"   :sc :ued: : i Schilaty and brides- Mrs. Larry Hessel- McKenzie" Sr., and onti ol Schilaty,matds were another ttne.. . .. famUy family SHULTON '_: )W Nail =E el sister, Miss Merrie For their weddmg,rLp M r and Mrs Claude m_'l ...... , andtheMisses to Victoria the bride Harrison and 1/ Price Sale evlon nam Kris Gilbertson and changed to an off-white Mr. and Mrs Rusty - Leslie Gillings, all of knit dress with off- Warren " " ower 8=: *-00 Snohomish. white coat and pink ,. 8-tf D esert FI ,... ,1.00 Their gowns -were Hand and- Lotion NOW $1 Frosted $1.25 3V .// yellow and white dotted Swiss with empire MONROE P-TA bodices, square necks St. Eve Close Out Name Brand Lipsticks 39 and cap sleeves. Large Patrick's Carnival 4 fabric bows were at the ,. ' " " TRI back and the floor- j GAME PRIZES REFRESHMENTS i 'il.en's Brush & Curl VALLEY PHARMACY Thrlftway Monroe High School Gym m Center Snohomlsh LO8-5911 Res: LO8-5720 Saturday, March 16 630- 9".30 p.m. Monroe Shopping Center 794-7351 Complete Beaut, Service , , '