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Bruce Murdock Weds Bride In Tennessee Wearing the groom's gift of diamond ear- rings and a locket, Moville Sartain, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Berry M. Sartaln of Stanton, Tennessee, became the bride of Bruce Murdock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Murdock of Monroe, in a double ring candlelight cere- mony June10 in Tennessee. Dr. Willis H. Kinzey, Jr. officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal length gown of ivory silk or- aanZa over peau de sorle with a border of ce framing the detachable train. Her yell of ivory silk i11uslon cascaded from a bandeau of lace to elbow length and she carried a bouquet which had a single white, yellow throat- ed orchid in the center, surrounded by yellow sweetheart roses, yellow stattlce, white steph- anotls and green miniature carnations. The bride was attended by Ann Driver of Mason. Tennessee as maid of honor with Pare . erren, Ripley, Tennessee, DaniFranklin, West Memphis, Arkansas and Jody Murdock of Monroe as bridesmaids. The attendants wore empire waist princess- style owns of green dotted swiss with short puff meeves and a deep ruffle at the hem. Each wore a green hat with a large white brim and white lace with green illusion flowers and they carried bouquets of white pomporns and yellow sweetheart roses. Tim Collenttne of Racine, Wisconsin stood as best man with Bob Russell, Fullerton, Calif- ornia, Tom Corwln, Brigham City, Utah and Kelth Young, Austin, Texas as ushers. All wore afternoon tuxedos with long grey coats, stipped flare pants, ascot ties and green mlnla- ture carnation boutonnieres. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Sartain wore a floor length gown of navy blue and white chiffon with long sleeves. Mrs. Murdock wore a floor length light blue knit gown with long chiffon sleeves. Each wore a white orchid corsage. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Royce Petty of Mason, Tennessee where the main table held a centerpiece of white gladiolas and yellow roses which complimented the white tiered wedding cake, decorated with yellow and green roses and topped with a pair of kissing angels. Assisting at the reception were Dian Blank- enshlp, Humboldt, Tennessee; JackleHutchison, Dyer, Tennessee; Jackle Hundley, Memphis, Tennessee; Mrs. Gaines Hedges, Jackson, Ten- nessee; Mrs. Danny Day, Selmer, Tennessee MR. AND MRS. BRUCE MURDOCK in and John Emlson, Memphis, Tennessee. Snohomlsh County bution to the respec- Among the many out of town guests attend- Public Utility Dis- tive cities and towns. ing the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. John Pitzinger of Monroe; Gall Sefton, Fullerton, trict Commissioners school districts and have authorized pay- county road districts California; Mrs. Karen Knowlton, Charleston ment of more than in the PUD's ser- Heights, South Carolina and Linda Minor of $I/2 million to the vice area of Sno- Tooele, Utah. The new Mrs. Murdock is a 1968 graduate State of Washington homish County and of Covington High School, a 1972 graduate as the PUD's excise Camano Island. tax for the calendar PUD Commission of Union University, Jackson, Tennessee and year 1972. Chairman Mag Ler- is presently teaching eighth grade math in The $513,541.17 tax vlck noted that PUD's West Memphis, Arkansas. payment is in lleu of total tax bill for1972 He is a 1968 graduate of Monroe High Sdhool, property taxes and was in excess of $1.6 a graduate of Everett Community College and a represents a tax of million, which in- 1973 graduate with a Masters in Education 2 per cent on gross eludes Washington degree from the University of Utah. revenues of the Dis- State sales tax, Followlng a honeymoon in New Orleans, the trict. 96 per cent utility tax, miscel- couple will make their first home in Salt of this tax will be laneous taxes and ex- Lake City, Utah. returned for redistri-cise tax. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR ANNEXATION OF UNINCORPORATED AREA CITY OF MONROE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition annexation of an tminco~orated ~ to tlm City of Monroe, Snohorr~h County, smm of Washington, has been filed with the City Cotmcil of the said City of Monroe, petitioning for the an- nexation of the following de- .bed contiguous area to the laid City of Molxroe, Snoho- mish County, State of Wash- ingrain That tx~t~ of Gov~ment Lore I and 2, S cion 1, Towmblp 27 Nevth. Range 6 FroSt, W.M.. Snohomlsh County, Washington. lying Southwestesly of the South- westerly margin of primary State Highway No. 16. and lying Nc he.ast ly of the Novtheastezly margin of the Great Nca'them Railroad zight- of-way and lying East of the Ealt margin of Kelsy Street I oJected ncrdaerly. A he~Hng will be head on laid Petition on July 11. 11}/3. at the hour of 8:00 P. lvl.. in the Council Charnbe at the City Hall in Mc~ro, Wash- ington, at which time and place any In e ed pemom may apl~aZ and voice aplxoo val pl oval of the IXO- pared armexa~on, The expeme of publication and poedng of Notlce is bca .e by the 8ignem of the l tiflon. DATED 13 th clay of Jtme. 19'/3. Bevy King CITY CLERK PUBMSI-I~: ltme 28. 19/3 PAINT IRISTiC.KOTE i EXTERIOR FLAT i II For exterior rustic siding, shakes and shingles. Protects against weathering. Requires little maintenance. (Custom Mixed Colors Slightly Higher) EXTERIOR .PRIMERS ALSO ON ,SALE SALE ENDS JULY 3rd 2rid b Lincoln SnOh 568-2104 Where the customer is the company Monroe Couple Exchange Vows Marsha Kay Stepanek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin J. Stepanek of Monroe became the bride of Ronald Lee Rinks, son of Pastor and Mrs. Riley Rinks, also of Monroe in a special double ring ceremony performed by the groom's father the afternoon of June 2 at the Monroe Community Chapel. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore an off white gown of nylon chiffon over taffeta with a high collar, puffed sleeves and white lace ,accenting the collar, sleeves and down the bodice. In place of the traditional veil she wore a striking off white lace hat with pink and white daisy mums around the brim and she carried a nosegay of pink and white daisy mums combined with baby breath. Attending her sister as maid of honor was Debra Lynn Stepanek with Nancy Rinks, sister of the groom, as bridesmaid. The attendents were dressed alike in pink crepe floor length gowns with long sleeves and white lace-trimmed ribbon accenting the bodice and sleeves. Each carried a small nosegay of white and pink daisy mums with pink streamers. Attending the groom as best man was Jeff Jackson of Enumclaw with Mike Rinks, brother of the groom, as usher. For the wedding ceremony the mother of the bride wore a yellow polyester dress with matching Jacket and the grooms mother wore a purple and white dress of polyester. E a c h wore a corsage of white daisy mums. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Monroe I.O.O.F. Hall after which the couple left for Olympia. At the reception, Debbie Williams and Clau- dia McClaine cut the maltese cross wedding cake which was decorated with pink roses topped with pink bells while Linda Hinchen ser- ved punch. Lori Dickison, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book and Nicole Fleming passed the schrolls to guests. The gift table was in the care of Kim Sofie. The bride is a 1971 graduate of Monroe High School and a student at Everett Commun- ity College. Her husband is a 1970 graduate of White River, attended Everett Community College and is employed by Weyerhauser. 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