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Mrs. Chas. TucKer large Group Helps soc,.ty ca,to. Evelyn Fessenden Celeb~te Wedding Phone P_____YY 4-419___3_3 Becomes Bride In Anniversary Sunday~ Large Group Enjoys Everett Ceremony Over e i g h* t y relatives and Gathering At Wagner Miss Evelyn J. Fessenden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs'. E. Fessenden became the bride friends honored Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bosch on their fo~ieth wed- ding anniversary at a reception ~< Sunday afternoon at the Henry Bosch home. Of their immediate family there were present Mr. and Mrs. Cal Bosch and children Lisa and Kevin of Yakima, who were here for the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nicholson and sons Roger, Douglas emd Dennis. of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bosch and son Fred. The Bosches were pleased to have their old neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. John Hermes of Chinook and Elmer Mitchell of Spokane here Hall Saturday Night A large group of people en- joyed the dance held at the Wag- ner Community Hall on Saturday evening, June 14. Music for the occasion was furnished by the Chuckwagon Ramblers. A drawing of tickets was held, and Ed Cook of Monroe and Odess Oakes of Everett were each awarded two free passes to next Saturday's dance. Another dance will be held this Saturday night, June 21, at 9 p.m. Everyone is invited to at- Y. of Thomas 3. Bardsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bardsley of Seat- tle, in the Chapel of Firs in Ev- erett on the evening of June 2. The Rev. Edwin Johnson con- ducted the ceremony in the church decorated with white stock, pink and white gladiolus and candies. Mrs. Fred Spurrell was organ- ist, and accompanied James Van- DerWeken who sang, "Because", "The Lord's Prayer" and "Hand in Hand". + w' Auto Repairs~' Body Work ~,~ Auto Pointing I__ TELEVISION RADIO Repairs and Service Monroe Monitor, Thursday, June 19, 1958 PAGE FIVE PARK PLACE Grocery & Service PLUMBING SUPPLIES Pipe, Copper and Plastic Tubing, Pipe Fittings ,A',H,,,0,. su P F'sa+ .++ MOTORS Raa;o and Television Open 7 Days a Week FORD MONROE PYramid 4-3852 Monroem I,, ' m - _ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000000000000O J PY 4-2461 (Parking In Rear) Monroe T0-1WAT0+:IUJCE . . Sunny Jim Peanut Butter Lge .... : .... . ........................... ..... 11 - - " " C for the occasion. A beautiful Maltese cross cake centered the table. The wedding cake and .two heart shaped cakes were made and decorated by Mrs. Bill Bosch and carried out the red and white color scheme based on arrangements of mocl~ orange and red roses. Pouring were Mrs. Bob Boyes, Mrs. Hem'y Bosch, Mrs. Albert Gellert, Mrs. Jess Weaver and Mrs. Carl Drugge, Mrs.. Nichol- son served the wedding cake and Mrs'. Cal Bosch took care of the guest book. Others assisting were Mrs. Eranes Righetti, Mrs. Al Hagen, Mrs. Andy Asper. Guests. from Seattle, Everett and Mon- roe enjoyed the very pleasant day and the chance to congratu- late Mr. and Mrs. Bosch on their anniversary. Shut In Club To Organize Here The bride was given in mar- O Standby-- natural, unsweetened tend and bring their friends and riage by her father. She wore a neighbors, taffeta gown in princess style Local Girl Vieing For PIHEAPPLE JUICE . Strawberry Queenship Joy Ann Haufle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Florian Haufle, and a 1958 graduate of Monroe high school, is one of a dozen girls vieing for the honor of Straw- berry Queen at the Marysville Strawberry Festival in July. The winner of the contest is de- termined by the number of tick- ets the girls sell for the festival activities. A main fea.ture o~ the festival is the awarding of a 14 foot Jay- craft boat to some person se- lected at the festival. The boat will be on display in Monroe Fri- day, June 20, from 12 noon on. t~ ~,,i]l be located in fron~ of the V & W Variety score. The girl selected queen will re- ceive a plane trip to V~ctoria, and an elbow length illusion veil attached to a crown of seed pearls and lily-of-the-valley. Her pearl necklace was a gift of the bridegroom and her flowers were white and pink roses and white carnations. Mrs. George King, twin sister Ah of the bride, was matron of hon- A or. Her gown of white lace over aqua taffet~i was made with a scoop neckline and a cummer- bund with streamers ~o the hem- line at the back. Her colonial bouquet was of pink carnations' and she wore an aqua picture hat. A Bridesmaids were Mrs.. GilbertA Castro of Seattle and Miss Sally Woody of Everett, who wore en- sembles like the matron of hon- or's. Howard Drake was' best man and ushers were George King and Johh Miles Jr. IP' 46-oz. T, 4/,I O O The Shut-In Club Board mere- British Columbia, as well as The bride's mother wore a pink' RED DADISHES .................. bunch ...... hers will be in Monroe off Ju~e numerous other prizes,, sheath of tiered lace with white GREEN ONIONS ............ bunch 24th, 2 p.m. at the City Coi,ncil accessories and the bridegroom's Chamber where it is hoped a mother wore abeige silk,heath , ~1 i r: plan may be worked art s'o that Co~Dtry Church Sends with brown accessories. Both had FANCY CUCUMBERS _..i .... each .... the shut-ins of this area wilt b,e De~eqote To Conf. white rosebud corsages. ~ Sli d remembered by more people. The" aqua and white theme used ~ ce Persons with even a small Delegates to the Pacific Dis-inthechurchwascarriedoutin, I , "ELSIE WEEK'' --:+: PINEAPPLE / lee amount o~ leisure time can put trict Conference of the Mennonite the reception with lace table- A~ it to good use by calling on shut- churches from the Monroe Men- cloths over aqua and centerpieces ins and helping them to have a nonite Country church returned of pink and white carnations. ~ I Featuring BORDEN S FINE FOODS more pleasant existance, home this past weekend. Those at-Mrs. Emil Roesler of Startup, | Come in and see -Elsie The Borden Cow, [ I I Organizations a r e especially tending were the pastor, Rev. aunt of the bride, poured; othersO | On display all week large 1/2 tin ................ requested to send repres.entatives ' Frank E;wert, and son David, and assisting were Mrs. Paul Hender- ~,~ l . Tall Cans O1 to this meeting where a round Glen Albrecht. Rev. Ewert at- son, aunt of the bride and Mrs. ~ IBORDEN S MILK. ...... : ................... 6/BS ' l r tendedas voting delegatefor the Gordon Roth of Seattle, Mrs,. i I~~ ] := ittableis expecteddiScus+inthatWill~becoordinatedheld' and church,, and Glen was the young William Gab, aunt of the bride _ Makes 12 quarts program will be the product of peoples repres+ntative to +h e and her cousin ,Miss Sue Roesler BORDENS "STARLAC" ................... 89c this gathering. Ritzville, Wn. located gathering, of Startup; Mrs. Cecil Gholson, | ;;;;; ;;;; Pint Services ~t the church Sunday Miss Joan Resic'r, Miss Pat _ + All persons are welcome and morning will be held at the reg- Miers, all of Everett. IBORDEN'S COTTAGE CHEESE......... 31c the public is invited. Tuesday June 24, 2 p.m., Monroe City ular time, with Sunday School at Shelley and Cindy King, daugh- A~ 0, Coancil Chamber' City Hall" 10 a'm" and wrship services at-- ~ r id I 11 a.m. The evening service will ters of Mr. and Mrs. George King = MiX wore dainty dresse~ of aqua dot- ~ " " be prepared by the pastor, and ted swiss and passed the groom's e Cooties Choose State begins at 8 p.m. cake. ~ Guest speaker at the church on For her wedding trip th~ bride Swansdown ........ pkg. ~ Conventnon Delegates June 29 in the absence of the pas- wore a white sheath embroidered Fruit and 12 dozen cupcakes tar will be Harold Waltner, mis- in black, a black duster,and black ~ - ' -- were passed out ,to patients at sionary to Texas and Mexico. On and white accessories and a pink the m,orning of July 6, themes-rosebudcorsage. O |:l.~i~C ~: the Monroe General hospital last sage will be brought byDon BLUE BONNEWMARGARINE .......... Sa,turday evening, June 14, when York. The bride attended school inca ..... ~ __ the Military Order of Cooties, Rev. Ewert pre~ented the rues- Startup and Sultan and was' grad- Smoke Dtack No. 8, made their ~ ;~. monthly hospital visit, sage at services at the Washing- ton State Reformatory on Sunday, N.B.C. RITZ CRACKERS ......... : .... 33c ' more pleasant existance. uated from S~ltan high school and Everett Business College. She is Those ~tssisting 'hospital chair- June 15. He was accompanied by employed with West Coast Tele- phone. The couple will make Blade Cut- Fresh man l~rank Burt and Seam Squir- Mrs. TedWiliner, who presented their home at Rt. 2, Snohomish. PORK STEAK Ib 49 PUSS'N B- - - Lge; 16-oz. : Ernierel Earlpeachey,Ray wereEd Hatchell,C~va Wade,Mag special music. ~i[ OatS CATFOOD ............ 3/43c County Group Meets George Roup.s Hove " " " ' I~. 24.o= ln Monroe Friday Golden Ann,versory. - Ph0RK+U*ROAST. lb. 49 VERMONT MAID SYRUP ...................... $9.' +' Members of the Snohomish Mr. and Mrs. George Roup of : . ' Roll County Salon No. 202 of the Eight Tacoma received many of their REYNOLDS ALUMINUM WRAP............ 33c and Forty held a meeting in the friends at a beautiful Golden Sigurdson, Lawrence Bryant, coo- tiet Dora Campbell, and four wives.. A meeting followed the visit in the Everett Old Guard Post home, where plans were made for the state convention_ to be held+this weekend, June 21 and 22, in We- natchee. Delegates from t h e group to the convention will be Harold Hofner, Frank Burt, John Campbell and Don Hanson. Alter- nates are Ed I-Iatchell, H a r r y Spence, Ernie Peachey and Law- rence BrYant. The group was thanked for their representation at the dedi- cation of flags on the streets of Snohomish last Saturday at 11:30 a.m. At the close of the meeting, lunch ,&as served by the wives. Leaion Auxiliary Holds Banquet, Installation Mrs. Elfrieda Pfieffer was in- stalled as president of the Mon- ~.~e American Legion Auxiliary when they held their annual ban- quet and installation ceremonies at the Strawberry Bowl on June 10. Others installed were J e a n 'Thornberry, first vice-president; Kate Dermis, second vice-presi- dent; Vi Campbell, secre.hary; Min Eftr, treasurer; Mary Rear- don, chaplain; Mabel Roben, his- tartan; end Margaret Ki~gan, sergeant at arms. Those attending were Elfrieda Pfieffer, Min Etter, Vi Campbell and Linda, Jean Thornberry, Margaret Kingman, Etta Berdan, Luella O'Dell and Mery Gerow, of Sultan, Mrs. Kaiser, Mabel Re- ben, Myra Brown, Alice Moore and Jean Anne, Verna Zandarski and Mary Jo, Clara Kn~s'haug, Eleanor Zaremba, Mary'Rear- don and Kate Dennis. E~ergreen'Inn banquet room Fri- Wedding anniversary reception at ~_~ day evening, June 13. Monroe ,the New Yorker hotel Wednesday, Pardnera entertained for the eve- June 11, from six .to ten in the ~ Gradec] U.S.D.A. Choice sing. evening. An election of officers was held At the entrance to the large re- by the grup' and Mary Ham- ceptinramwhereMr'andmrs'6 Rib St0ak ib 79c mend w~s elected Chapeau, and Roup and close relatives, received Ellen Lehto was elected L'Au- the guests were two outstanding ~nonier. lovely floral ,arrangements in tall I Refreshments were served dur~ standards. The wedding cake and ' , ing the evening and a period of coffee were served from tables Broil 'EM -- Fine on the Barbeque visiting was held. decorated with candles and sum- mer,flowers. The gift t~ble was loaded with attractively wrapped Monroe friends attending in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Devers, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Milk Fed Top Veal -- All Meat . *VEAL PATTIES. lb. 79 Dyer, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Bats-O Mrs. George J. Campbell re-den, and Mrs. Maude White. turned Friday toMonroe from These friends and Mr. and Mrs. visiting the past three weeks with DanConnelly, who could not be : .Carsten's--l-lb. CelloPack Ib 53 a.ainler, Oregon, friend who present atthereception, vresent- Skinless Wieners was hospitalized in St. Helens. ed a golden clock to Mr. and On her return she made a short Mrs. Roup for the rear, tel of visit in Puyellup at the home of their home at 701 Proctor Avenue former Seward, Alaska, residents in Tacoma, where they have " Sliced or By The Piece with whom she stayed while lived since Mr. Roupretiredas: *BOLOGNA ]b 49' teaching .in the north, superintendent of the Monroe Guests this week of Mr. and State Reformatory. . The couple reeeived cor~gratu- :, - lateens from other former friends in Monroe and the Research and Freshest Fish In Town Kiwani-anns sent their felicita-e tions to Mrs. Roup who had been a member of both clubs during ' w iRvING S. M IAR~~ her stay here.. . son, Scott Cary, horn at Provi- Mrs. Herbert S. Church are Mr. and .Mrs. Max Taylor and three s~ns of Bellevue, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stanley Taylor of Wichita, Kansas, ~nd Mr.. and Mrs. John Taylor and three children of Augusta, Kansas. The Kot~ples Klub of the Metho- dist church will be hosts to the , Congreg~,tional Couples Ci:ub at a supper at the church Friday denoe Hospital, Everett, Monday, , evening at 6:30. Child care will June 16. He joins a brother, be provided at the Methodist Steven and his grandparents "are parsonage. Mrs. B. L. Taylor of Monroe end "Mr. ~fnd Mrs. Dale Taylor of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Salvadalena Snohomish are the parents. ,of a of Snohomish. 16-oz. pkg. iUNSHINE SODA CRACKERS ............ 29c NALLEY'S TANG ~)uart ....... : .................. : O O MeIIo Darigold Ice Cream'. .... : Swans0niBeefP-;es - 2-9 .m M.l,e. +: COFFEE 2.lb. tin $1.77 .... l-lb. TI-~RE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY " , - . O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO