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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., March 21,1968.11= [ r} | | | | / k- ,-- , . , : .... .oJ.00ro 00eDeKan Loage Tualco Grange Glen Dembicza IMaltb N ! e, ent Wall We V ews Ho ;ts Stat Presid Holds Degree Joyce d { : -- - -" I -   " "  : |, Mrs. Helen Burns o The president was es- Married the morning nephew of | r .......  Longview, president of carted to a chair be- Tualco Grange last of March 9 at St. bride. the Rebekah Assembly sides the Tolero Noble week held third and Mary's Catholic Church The were Miss the Mrs. C. Kerr Hosts Rainbow Mothers Here Meeting at the home of Mrs. Cecil Kerr last The Maltby St. Patrick's Day Parade was a fine performance, enjoyed by the spectators as well as those in the procession. To the many people on the various committees, it was a Job well done! First prize went to the Maltby Community Club for their theme, La Senoritas won $10.00 for performance. Mary Bretz and her Arabian took $10.00 for attractiveness, $10.00 to the dog pulling cart for originality and the Vigilantes won $10.00 for being considered the mosthumor- ORS. The dinner, sponsored by Horse Shoe Grange, was well attended. Over 300 people danced to the music of the Country Starltghters at the Community Club Saturday night. Lois Swartz was chairman of the dance and entertainment committee. The highlights of the open house at Fire Station #4 were a waterball fight, firing and dousing an automobile, watering down a burning building and liquid and chemical fire demon- strattons. It is reported that Silver Lake Distrtct #11 won all medals and are considered the champs. John Skinner and A1 Swartz send thanks to all who helped make the open house a success and to the firemen from other districts who participated. The beautiful flowers for Queen Rhonda and Princesses Kandy and Marl were donated by Shannon Flower Shop in Bothell. Maltby Ladies Aid met last Thursday with 20 ladies enjoying a beautiful St. Patrick's Day luncheon prior to the meeting. Hostesses were Hazel Weber and Jane Weyen. A new project, making a rug has begun. President Mae Doe- little called the meeting to order. Two guests, Ella Kosanick and Fay Anderson joined the aid. Members were happy to see MarJorte Madison at the meeting after a too-long absence. A rummage sale is planned for sometime in June. #**$$* Selma Koznek, den mother for Den #1, held a regular meeting Tuesday, March 12, with the following nine boys present: Tom Marthint, Scott Koznek, Brian Smith, Michael Clayton, Eric Mann, Mtckey Mallory, Norman Holcomb, Dana Elmendorf and Joel Havens. Michael Ohmura was absent. Making this meeting mo- mentous was a visit from Mrs. E. J. Tannler, great-grandmother of Mickey Mallory and a member of the University Post of the American Legion Auxiliary, of Seattle. With Mrs. Tannler was Mrs. Alex Plggott, also a member. They presented the boys with a large American flag. The gift was very much appreciated. Mrs. Piggott gave an interesting talk on our flag, how to display the flag properly and other rules of etiquette. Corbett Stewart has been a patient at Everett General Hospital since March 6th, with a back injury. About three years ago, Mr. Stewart was treated for a back ailment, which has steadily worsened. This Thursday, he is sched- uled for surgery. His many friends hope he will soon be well. Gene Fisher, of Renton, will be moving into the Lee Dyer home next month. Mr. Fisher is employed at Stewart Machine and Tool Co. in Seattle. Alfred Hagen left by train last Saturday to visit friends and relatives in Hagen, Minn. Mr. A. R. Walker of Everett, is in the Everett General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walker, former residents of Maltby for several years, have many friends in the community. Betty Hanson was ill last week, but plans on being back on the Job this week. Betty works for Dr. Hunholz. Friday, March 12, Elmtna Lee and Phyllis Lee attended the regular meeting of the Bear Creek Grange. During the lecture hour, the Coming Events... Thursday Tolero Club luncheon, 1 p,m., Luctlle Wtllet, oo-hostess Mrs. Wtl- llam Hegewald. Tuesday Research Club, 1 p.m., Mrs. L. A. Keech. Thursday Dorcas Society of Ev- angelical Covenant Church, 2 p.m., at the FRI.- SAT.- SUN. Srt Su.b, iects" 8:00 I "The B, ble"- 9:00 ] "Bible" Matinee . Saturday at 1:00 p.m. 1"lIE DINO I)E I.AURENTII5 TH00BIBIE church. The Don Thay- ers of Everett Rescue to speak. i of the State of Washing- ton, made her official visit last week at a Joint meeting of Tolero Rebekah Lodge of Mon- roe, Fir Lodge of Sul- tan and Rose Lodge of Snohomish. Mrs. Henry Dirks, Tolero representative, introduced Mrs. Elsie Scott, grand musician of the Rebekah Assemb- ly of Washington, and Mrs. Vt Miller, district deputy president. Mrs. Miller in turn introduced Mrs. Gilbert Knoshaug, grand mat- riarch of the Ladies Encampment Assembly and Harold Hanish, grand treasurer and past master of the I. O.O.F. of Washington. They were escorted to the center of the hall where they received the honors of the order by all members and seated. Mrs. Miller then es- corted Mrs. Burns to the center room, intro- duced her, and pre- sented her with an orchid corsage from the hosting lodges. Am- fourth degree ceremon- stutz, ies for 17 candidates. Mrs. Burns was hen- Performing the third ored with an addendum degree ceremony was by three members of Wagner Grange, while each lodge, who pre- Tualco members held sented her with a gift fourth degree ceremon- for her hobby at the les. I.O.O.F. home in Walls Visitors from Bear Walla and also a per- Creek Grange, French sonal gift. Creek Grange and Wag- Early Spring flowers her Grange were among decorated the serving the some 70 persons tables and flowering in attendance. shrub Ivy entwined Special guest for the with pink roses graced evening was Pomona the center pillars of home economics chair- the dining room. Fa- man from Bear Creek vors were made by Grange who gave rules members of the Fir on the sewing contest. Lodge and table de- Hostesses for the corattons provided by meeting were Betty Mrs. Charles Stevens MeskeandDorothyGen- and Miss Alice Louden. tile. Grand Mrs. John and Glen Dembiczak. Goodwill To Collect Mrs. Lawrence Skog- lund, local representat- ive of Goodwill Indust- ries, reports that the Goodwill truck will make collections here on Wednesday, March 27. She emphasized the importance of helping U. S. Agriculture extension county agent, Lorin Curry talked on county growth problems, including land use, water and sewers, emphasizing that 90 per cent of land will still be available for farms, when the planned economic development is in effect. He will return April 19 to talk on agricultural needs, taxes, and other rising costs. Mr. Lloyd Weber, chairman of the County Planning Commission talked on zoning and other problems of our new growth. The grange is sending a resolution to Pamona to object to the building of development homes with only five feet from property lines. Monday evening, March 11, Mrs. George Lee and Elmtna Lee attended a "Visitation" meeting at the Garden City Grange. The grange hall was filled to capacity. Mrs. George Lee had charge of the program. Her son, Michael played the iano. Mrs. Lee Sr. gave an educational talk, llowed by three short skits. The grange served refreshments. Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 13 at Bauer Funera Home in Snohomish for Agnes Kilen, a long time resident of Maltby, wRo passed away March 5. Officiating at the services was Rev. Wesley Tollefson. Casket- bearers were Gordon McDaniel, William Rud- dell, Curt McDaniel and A1 Swartz. Interment was at the Lutheran Cemetery in Seattle. i Lommg . . . C ur Annual Spring "00OPEN HOUSEI Sc turday, March 30 WOLFKILL GARDEN CENTER Monroe Shopping Center (794-7065 i An old Eastsider named Sloan Said "Eastside Savings has grown, They're the ones on the go, They help the East side grow I mean EASTSIDE Savings and Loan," Goodwill by donating the type of articles which is usable or repairable and provides work and training for the handi- capped people who earn their living at Goodwill. Clothing, small ap- pliances, knick-knacks shoes, sports equipment bedding, draperies, dishes and kitchen ut- ensils are in this cate- gory. Most major ap- pliances and overstuff- ed furniture cannot be used. Contributors slould place pick-up requests with Mrs. Skoglund at 794-7405. ..,, T, B,t-,  J EAgTMII" gAVIJVgg "-'ORT,,DBooverSOB-jElAmer, ca,, J ISSAOUAH OFFICE: 'SSAOUAH SHOPPING., CENTER EX 2-6401 HOME OFFICE: BELLEVUE SOUARE 6L 4-6303 Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Wall of Route 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dembiczak of Moses Lake. The Rev. Fr. Joseph Petosa performed the rite at an alter de- corated with white ,ladiolus and stock. Ava Marls" and "The Lord's Prayer" were sung by Jerry Koll. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white peau de sate trimmed with lace. She wore a white tulle shoulder-length veil and carried a bouquet of orchids, white roses and stephonotts. The matron of honor, Mrs. Ran Roberts, cou- sin of the bride, wore a floor-length blue sat- in gown. She added a blue rose headpiece with a blue veil and carried white gladiolus. The bridegroom's brother, Dennis Dem- biczak, was the best man. Seating the guests were Jack and Gary Wall, brothers of the bride, and Bruce Her- bride's mother week were the Rain- Joyce Wall Mrs. Wall, was dress- bow Mothers who made ed in a blue ensemble, plans for an afghan With it she wore a and linen basket to be cymbidium orchid car- raffled in the Fall. sage. Enjoying coffee and Mrs. Dembtczak chose dessert were the Mes- a blue dress wtthcream dames Robert Schilaty, colored accessories. George Long, Wally Her flowers also were Pearson, Merle Smith, a cymbidium orchid Mervin Boyes, John corsage. Frances, Harry Nas- Assisting at the re- man, Palmer Olson and ception was Miss Judy Glen Armstrong. Dembiczak, sister of the rOOm who poured col- e. Cutting the cake was Mrs. Carl Herman, sister of the bride, and pouring punch was Mrs. Gary Bryant, another sister of the bride. 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