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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA, April 24, 1975 v~ r~ mB I ravelin ownspeople Marge and Bob Scharf spent several days in Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, recently to attend their son, Randy's, graduation from the Prairie Bible Institute. Randy is a Monroe High School graduate. The Scharfs were very impressed with the Kootenay National Park and they also visited Marge's brother in Idaho. LeRoy Jacobs and his wife, Virginia, recently spent four days in Las Vegas, Nevada attending the 50th anniversary convention of National Automtovie Parts Association (NAPA). During their stay, they attended seminars on brake systems, electrical systems and engines. A fashion show for the wives was held the first day at Caesar's Palace given by Edith Head, Hollywood fashion designer. Actor-dan- cer Ken Barry and Jessie White entertained with skits during the general sessions. Friday, April 25th DINNER SERVED AT 8 P.M. 1st Show at 9 p.m. 2nd Show at 10 p.m. Cabaret following the Second Show LIVE MUSIC for information, reservations and tickets 1 18 E. Main Monroe 1-year In-Home Parts & Labor Warranty 100% Solid State Plug-in Circuit Modules 100% Solid State Idodqd 1 IICll lii 'Of interest to... ................ T by Nellie'Robertson The Snohomish Encampment, No. 25 and Ladies Encampment Auxiliary will hold joint public installation at 8 p.m, Saturday, April 26 at the Monroe IOOF Hall. George Shore will be installed as Chief Pat- riarch and his wife, Lillian, will become the Chief Matriarch. Other officers to be installed are Everett Stringer, high priest and Mrs. Pat Southern, high priestess, Earl Paulsen and Mrs. Jake Mor- tenson, senior wardens, Gll H. Knoshaug and Mrs. Leo White, scribes, Doug Graesser and Mrs. Ray Porter, treasurers and Verner Ben- son and Mrs. Gil Knoshaug, junior wardens. The area covered by the Snohomish Encamp- ment reaches from Camano Island to Issaquah and meets regularly at the Monroe Odd Fellows Hall. Grand Patriarch Ward Hughes from Kent and Grand Matriarch Leona Danielson, Sunnystde, O 25" (diag. meas.) Super-Solarcolor TV Early American styling with the flair of today. Features Super-Solarcolor picture tube and ease of one-touch Color tuning. Concealed swivel casters. Maple graTn finish on hardboard. along with other state officers, will do the in- FORMER MONROE RESIDENTS, Mr. and Mrs. stalling and the public is invited. Dale Raben announce the engagement of their daughter, Leslie, to Ronald'M. Diimmel, son SWISS Colony Dinner Slated of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Diimmel, all of Forks. Leslie will graduate in June and is employed The annual Monroe other running ex- at the Forks State Bank. Ron is a 1972 gradu- Swiss Colony dinner penseSL^nt is attend The ate and is with Olson and Miller Logging Corn- will be held froml2:30 pany. The couple plans a July 19th wedding, to 4 p.m., Sunday, Ap- ed by nearly 600 pep- Leslie is the granddaughter of LaVerna Raben ril 27 at the Tualco ple annually" and is of Monroe. Swiss Hall. eagerly awaited by , rrl, n f l,,h to contact the parkde- Many Swiss special- those who have eaten LlO/UtSII LslUU partment, ties will be served in-the Swiss delicacies II, r, Qnla t r The money netted in cluding Swiss dumpl- in previous years. 110,3 l.)~J~;Ol~l last year's Holiday ings, fried pears, Bazaar is to be given tripe, Bratwurst, I to the city park de- Swiss pastries and a e n Vic Staiff of Staiff's Floral Shop was the featured speaker at this week's meeting of the Monroe Garden Club held at the home of Mrs. Clarence Pet- ers. Mr. Staiff discussed foliage plants and their care. Mrs. Ralph Ramaley presided over the meeting wht6h includ- ed a discussion of en- larging the rose gar- den in East Gate Park. Funds are available and were made lm% Solid Stil. Super-Solarcotor TV 19" (diag. meas.) Compact portable Color with "b~g set oertorm ance. Slender-depth Precis,on In-k,ne P,c~ure Tube lelign saves space, pro~,aes 'actory-se color alignment. Comes with A~m,rm s five-year 19" (dia b me=.) Bleck-&-White Portable TV with Stand 100% SOLID STATE chas- sis for top performance and reliability - no tubes to burn out. The CONCORD Model 25LOS We Are A Factory Authorized Warranty Station For Admiral, Quasar, RCA XL-100 MORE? Ask About Our Lease- Rental Plan partment for planting the hanging baskets in town. Others in attendance were mesdames Cecil Kerr, Vince Nelson, George Ness, William Rainwater, Steve Zar- ana, Jack Bradshaw, Milton Johnston, Ray- mond Cassidy, Jack Law and Miss Marie ham. After the ingred- ients are paid for, the profits are used by the organization for upkeep of the hall and with an electric chord organ on behalf of the family of the late Ella Goodwill. Dedication ceremonies followed the presentation. Trapp. The charter was T01er0 Initiates draped for thtrty days in memory of Olga Tolero Rebekah Bradley, a veteran Lodge initiated four candidates when it met last week, three for Monroe and one for Plymouth Rebekah Lodge in Everett. The new sisters are Lyd- ia Richards, Norma Jean Hetlund and Dor- othy Maiers for Mon- roe and Mary Beth Wood for Everett: The ceremony was performed by the de- gree staff and the drill team under the direc- tion of Viola Merrick with over sixty mem- bers and visitors wit- nessing the event. Jessie Armstrong presented the lodge member of Tolero. Visitors from Sno- homish, Everett, Sulu tan and Tolero mer - bers nowlivtng in Ore- gon, Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard, were introduced. Lunch was served after the meeting by Hazel Armstrong, Bernice Johnson, Margaret Baxley and the members of the Ev- erett Lodge. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m., Thur- sday, May 1 and is de- signated as friendship night. All officers are to wear formals. Confirmation will be held atl0:30 aom., Sun- day, April 27 at Peace Lutheran Church. Coffee and dessert will follow the service. *** Overeaters, Anony- mous meets at l0 a.m., Mondays, at the Epis- copal Church on 2nd Avenue in Snohomish. If your weight is af- fecting the way you live your life, then join this group. For more tnforma- :ion call Susie at 794- 5986 or Betty at 74- 6385. The Sky Valley SDA School will hold a benefit banquet at 6 Sunday, April 27 at the school gym on Academy Way. The theme is "April in Paris" and enter- tainment will be pro- vided by the Sylvan Chorus from Auburn Academy. Tickets will be avail- able at the door. RECLINA-ROCKER by LA-Z-BOY The La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker responds smoothly and effc,tiessly to your every comfort mood. Want to rock? It's the rocker that doesn't look like a rocker. Want to read? Try the Comfort Selector's three leg-rest positions for extra comfort. Want to recline? Just lean back to any position you desire, even that of full bed. But comfort is only half the story. The La-Z-Boye Reclina- Rocker@ line is expertly crafted to guar- antee construction for the life of the chair. No matter which style you choose, you'll be adding classic beauty to your borne. Visit our store today and sit in the Reclina-Rocker'Of your choice. You'll love the col6rful decorator fabrics made of 100% Vectra. 95 from 123 No. Wearing heart-shaped diamond earrings, a gift from the groom, Ann Louise Jacobs became the bride of Melvin Ronald Bredstrand at an even- ing ceremony on April 110 Ann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jaffobs and Melvin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bredstrand, all of Monroe. The double ring ceremony was performed at Monroe's St. Mary's Catholic Church by Father O'Brien from Snohomtsh. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a long white bridal gown of or- ganza over net with a Queen Elizabeth neckline. The dress had puffed sleeves at the elbow with cuffs of lace and fluted ruffle trim matching the trim on the train. Her bridal veil of Ventse lace, was a turban holding three waist length panels with two side panels dotted with pearls and a butterfly face veil. She carried a nose- gay of blue daisies and miniature carnations and roses surrounded with lace. Baskets of white gladioli with. blue pompom 'mums decorated the church aisles and were complimented by lovely blue bows. The "Wedding Song" and "We've Only Just Begun" were sung by the Gordon Lightfoots and Mrs. Vern Coon was the organist with Mrs. Debra Flickner as soloist. Laura Jacobs, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and Kathi Lloyd of Anacortes was bridesmaid. They wore floor length blue and white floral gowns. Tiffany Wiebe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Wtebe and niece of the groom was flower girl. She was also dressed in a floor length bl ue and white floral gown. Ring bearer was John Sheldon from Sunny- vale, California, cousin of the groom. William Jacobs, the bride's brother, assist- ed Father O'Brien during the ceremony. Serving his brother-in-law as best man was Henry Wtebe, Monroe, and groomsman was John Bredstrand, cousin of the groom, from Monroe. Frank Shattuck, Snohomish, and Glen Hamil- ton, Monroe, were ushers. The groom wore a white Newport style tux- edo with a lily of the valley boutonniere and the other men in the wedding party wore light blue tuxedos styled like the groom's suit. They had white carnations on their lapels. Mrs. Jacobs wore a formal gown of blue flor- al material for her daughter's wedding and her flowers were blue daisies with white roses. The groom's mother chose a floor length dress of green chiffon with matching stole and her corsage was like that of the bride's mother. A three tiered wedding cake of white and blue graced the table at the reception held in St. Mary's Parish Hall, Monroe. Serving were Miss Shtelah Bredstrand and Mrs. Henry Wtebe, sisters of the groom, Mrs. R.L. Clark, Mrs. Max Mtnnich and Mrs. Duane Jacobs, aunts of the bride, Miss Jan Moody, Mrs. Glen Hamilton and Mrs. Annabelle Wart- chow. Special visitors from out of town were the great, great aunt of the bride, Mrs. J.O. John- son, Seattle, the bride's great aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs. Don Shellhorn from Cordova, Al- aska, Mr. and Mx's. W.D. Bean, Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. John Young, Crescent City, California and the groom's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sheldon, Sunnyvale, California. After a honeymoon tip to Victoria, B.C., the couple will be at home in Monroe where the room is employed at Schrag and Meeds Shell ervtce. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Monroe High School. Wagner Community Club's Style Show with fashions by "yo Guest Speaker - Darlene Grie5 May 2 noon to 2 p.m. Wagner Hall Child Care 'Donation: $1.00 Available 1