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PAGE FOUR Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Washington Oct. 24, 1963 Mayme Hubach ..................... Is Wed Here Tlm rla y Dorcas Ladies Aid, Mission Covenant Church, Mrs. Bob Vir- ta and Mrs. V. T. Mastberg hos- tesses, 2 p.m. Methodist Church, turkey din- ner, Church Fellowship Hall, 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tolero Rebekah Lodge, State Assembly President to visit. Of- fleers w e a r formals, IOOF Ixge, 8 p.m. Cub Scout Pack meeting, Frank Wagner Elementary School, Dick- inson Road, 7:30 p.m. Frklay Order of Eastern Star, Hallo- ween party, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Everett Civic Music concert, Everett Civic Auditorium, 8 p.m. First Baptist Church services, Old Skykomish Tree Farm build- ing, Highway 2, Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship, 11 a.m., Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Episcopal Church services, Mrs. G. B. Kirwan home, 11 a. m. All welcome. Pee Wee Little League foot- ball. Northwest J u n i o r Football League, Monroe at Oak Harbor, 3 p.m. Refcaznation Day service, Mon- roe Congregational Church, Rev. Waiter Russell, presiding, 7:30 p.m. Monday W.S.C.S. of Methodist Church, quiet retreat in Sanctuary, 9 a.m to 1 p.m. Program on Self Denial, 1 1o 2 p.m. Snohomish County Boosters deadline to sign up for chartered bus to Washington State Univers- ity and University of Oregon game, Mrs. Victor Jelinek, 794- 7079. Order of Rainbow .for Girls, Ma- sonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. 1uesdy United Christian W o m e n, Mennonite Church, 1:30 p.m. Maud Grey Clark card party, Congregation Church Hall, 8 p.m. Auxiliary members bring tables, cloths and card supplies to church hall by 11 a.m. Be present by 7 p.m. Thuraday Tualco Thursday Club, Hostes- ses Mrs. Catherine Zatt, Mrs. Sid- ney Allen, at Grange Hall 1 p.m. Hoof Print 4-H Club, Hallo- ween party, multi-purpose room, F r a n k Wagner Elementary School, 6:30 p.m. potluck. Games and dancing to follow. Mrs. Streissguth Sees Autumn In Minnesota Mrs. E. H. Streissguth is home after a three week vacation re- visiting the place of her c h i 1 d- hood during a family reunion in Minneapolis and St. Paul where she saw her brother and three sis- ters. While in southern Minnesota Mrs. Streissguth witnessed t h e rolling hills of hardwood forests turn brilliant with fall color. It had .been four years since Mrs. Streissguth had seen h e r brother and sisters Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Michiner, Mrs. Clarice Benjamin, Mrs. Floyd Newell and Mrs. M. R. Anderson. On her re- turn to the Northwest she visited her son and family in Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Streissguth and children Kay and Steven. September 29 White gladioli and blue carna- lions decorated the Monroe Sev- enth-Day Adventist Church t h e evening of September 29 when Miss Mayme Ellen Hubach of Route 1 became the bride of Mar- ion E. Rockwell of Kirkland. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Hubach, and t h e groom's parents are Mr. a n d Mrs. Peter Taraska of Seattle. Officiating at the ceremony was Pastor Ernest Waters. Soloist was James Hanson of Auburn accom- panied by Miss Karen Cloakey of Snohomish. Given in marriage by her fa- ther, the bride chose a white full length gown of net over taffeta with high collar and pointed sleeves. A rhinestone tiara held her elbow length veil and s h e carried a bridal bouquet of white carnations surrounding a white orchid. Joe Hubach of Route 1, Mon- roe served as candlelighter as did Kandy Masterjohn of Duvall who wore a street length blue peau de soir dress with bell shap- ed skirt, white accessories a n d white carnation corsage. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Angle Hubach. Brides- maids were Mrs. Dave Howard, another sister of the bride from College Place, Washington a n d Miss Kay Masterjohn of Duvall, niece of the groom. Their blue peau de soir gowns were street length, fashioned vcith bell shaped skirts. T h e y wore large bow head pieces of matching material and netting and slippers dyed the color of the gowns. Their flowers were white carnations. Flower girl was Karen I,ewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lewis, who wore a floor length dress made by the bride to match her own gown. Bible boy was Da- vid Hubach who wore a tuxedo. John Rudelt of Renton w a s best man for the groom. Serving as ushers were David Masterjohn of Duvall and John Hubach Jr. of Monroe. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Hubach chose a beige peau de soir jacket dress and brown accessories. She wore a brown pill box hat and pink carnation corsage. The groom's mother chose a beige brocade dress and beige flowered hat. Her flowers w e r e also pink carnations. Pink dahlias decorated the ta- ble for a reception held at t h e Monroe 1.0OF Hall. The three tiered oblong wedding cake, made and decorated by the bride, was topped with an all c a k e church and bride and groom. White roses decorated the sides and at the corners were bells and bows. A sugar hook with the couple's names, date and place of the wedding was at the front and back. C u t t i n g the cake was the groom's sister, Mrs. Laurence Masterjohn of Duvall, and pour- ing was Mrs. Roy Bolyard of Mon- roe. Mrs. Dale Downs of Sultan held the guest book and assisting with gifts was Mrs. Lloyd Ab- erle of Park Place. The bride changed to a light blue wool suit with white acces- sories for the couple's wedding trip to Crater Lake. Out of town guests came from Kirkland, Walla Walla and Ren- ton for the wedding and included Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lewis, Mrs. Evalyn Hegi and Mr. and Mrs. Dane Howard. The bride, a graduate of Au- burn Academy, also attended Wal- la Walla College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Lake Washing- ton High School and attended the University of Washington. T h e newlyweds are making their home in Monroe. By placing convalescent men- tal patients in foster homes, the Veterans Administration : has gained space equivalent to four 600-bed mental hospitals, at no east to the taxpayers. i i STARTS OCT 31st " America's Greatest Drug Store Event : e 10 DAYS ONLY'. CAMP-RILEY DRUGS 108 E. Main 794-8869 TRI-VALLEY PHARMACY Monroe S.)ppiag Center 794- 7351 i i HI Ifl,I I GORDON SOMA Phone 794-8759 103Yz W. Main St. Don't live with it! Not when it's so easy to purchase "peace of mind" with our Modified Life plan. Tbks is substaatial insur- mace .prtfction for your family hich is well within ygm" means. May I explain it to you withofit obligation ? Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY Elizabeth Kirk Is Wed Friday In Candlelit Church Ceremony Peace Lutheran Church was the scene last Friday, October l i, for the ceremony which united in marriage Miss Eliabeth Kirk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kirk of Monroe, and Gerald L. Fitzgerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Fitzgerald of Snohomish. Four Babies V.]ewed In Valley General's Nursery Window Two boys and two girls were viewed through the nursery win- dow of Valley General Hospital this past week. The first in line was the n e w little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pettibone, Route 3, Sno- homish. Named IMaye E 1 1 e n she weighed six pounds, t e n ounces when arriving October 15. Another Snohomish couple, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown, Route 1, chose Brian Arthur for their son. Arriving Thursday, October 17 Brian weighed eight pounds, elev- en and one-half ounces. Cynthia Marie was the n a m e chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Felix, 332 Ferry Street, Monroe, for their first daughter. Birth weight was seven pounds, fifteen ounces. Birth date was Saturday, October 19. The Lester Harringtons of Route 1, Snohomish named their new lit- tle .five pound, thirteen ounce boy Lee Roy Harrington II when he was born Sunday, October 20. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Martin Stuebe, in a church decorated with lavender spider chrysanthe- mums and white stock. Laven- der candles were placed in the altar and aisle candles of the same hue were held with white satin bows and ribbon. Soloist for the wedding was DOn Fletcher, accompanied by Mrs. Donald Rousu, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was dressed in a white chiffon and velvet scoop neck wedding dress made for her by her mother. The bustle back gown was fashioned with elbow length sleeves and chapel train. A crown of pearls and crystal held her pearl studded veil. The bride wore an heirloom gold and pearl locket which had belonged to her grandmother, the late Mrs. 'Thomas S. Kirk. and carried a white orchid and steph- anotis bridal bouquet. Miss Sandra :Fitzgerald of Sno- homish, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Kathy Bosch and Miss Sue Norling of Monroe. Their bell- shaped, lilac satin ballerina length gowns were made by the bride's mother. In their hair lhey wore circles of satin studded with pearls and lavender veiling. i M O N R O E BARBARA ROGF__J MINOR PERSONAL ITEMS / t ( 10 N I T O R Social Editor, 794-71 ! 6 SOCIAL NEWS & CLU, BS Fred Bosches Return From Northwest Trip Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bosch have returned from a two week auto- mobile trip to Montana, Idaho and Nevada to visit friends and fam- ily. Their travels took them to Sparks, Nevada near R eno where they saw Mrs. Bosch's sister Mrs. Elmer Irish, to Ban. ners Ferry where her brother Roy Seaman lives and to Chin- oak, Montana to visit Mr. Bosch's brothers Carl and Henry Bosch. Mrs. Charles Tuker Is Luncheon Hostess Entertaining Seattle guests for lunch at her Florence A c r e s home last Saturday was M r s. Charles Tucker. Pre.ent were : M i s s Gladys Troutman, Miss Ruth E g b e r t, Miss Lois Nadama and Mrs. Mary Stockpile, all from Seattle. Before returning home the cou- ple visited their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Cal Bosch of Yak- ima and their children Lisa., Kev- in and Kyle. Cora Waiters Given Space Needle Dinner To Honor Birthday Mrs. Corn Waiters was honored on her birthday October 9 with dinner at the Space Needle Res- taurant in Seattle arranged by her family. Helping her lo celebrate zith a cake and birthday song were her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walters of Everett and her gz.anddaughter Mrs. Floyd Lester, also of Everett. TASTY FRUITS HIGHWAY 2 IN MONROE Prices Effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday THIFTY BRAND SLICED New IVnisters Invited Best man for his brother was BAC Larry Fitzgerald of Snohomish. To United Chr.stian Tom Kubas and Dick Simonson Women's Fall Meetinq of Snohomish served as ushers and candlelighters. Mrs. Kirk chose a teal blue satin jacket dress for her daugh- ter's wedding. She wore a feath- ered hat and gloves to match and a white rosebud corsage. For her son's wedding Mrs. Fitzgerald wore a powder blue lace jacket dress with beige ac- cessories and a corsage of white rosebuds. A centerpiece of lavender chry- santhemums, lavender s w e e t peas and white daisies decorated the Monroe IOOF Hall for the reception which followed. A heart shaped maltese cross cake, tiered with white swans, was made for her wedding by the bride. Mrs. Bob Buckles of Kenne- wick, aunt of the groom, helped cut the cake. Others assisting at the reception were Mrs. Gertrude Albee, the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Ethan Allen, and Mrs. Lar- ry Fllzgerald, all of Snohomish, Mrs. Edna O'Leary, aunt of the bride from Monroe and Miss Vic- ke Reyes of Monroe who held the guest book. &. ' Operdng gifts were Mrs. Shirley Raben and Miss Sylvia Reyes and carrying groom's cake was Miss Delia Reyes, all of Monroe. For their wedding trip to Van- couver, British Columbia, the bride changed to a black knit suit and accessories and a black coat trimmed with mink. Out-of-town guests who came to the couple's wedding were from California, Seattle, Tacoma, Renton, Northgate, Bellingham, Everett, Stanwood, Bainbridge Island, Marysville, Snohomish, and Kenhewick. The bride graduated from Mon- roe High School in 1959 and the groom from Srohomish in 1955. The couple will live in Albuquer- que, New Mexico where the groom is stationed at Kirfland Air Force Base with the U.S. Na- val Weapons Evaluation Facility. Parties for the couple preced- ing their marriage included a kitchen and linen shower given for the bride by Mrs. Larry Fitz- gerald, wife" of the groom's broth- er. Held August 29 in Snohomish, the shower was attended by 20 of the couple's friends. An earlier shower was given August 11 by Mrs. Bill Bosch and her daughter Kathy of Monroe. The party was a personal shower and was attended by 26 school friends and family. bach, and Wayne Parker. Unable to be present were the G e n e Ernsters, Art Murdocks and Alve - Johnsons. "FROZEN 00oo. Open 24 hours I CARIBOU LOCKERS | 654 Monroe St. | 794-8919 I First Baptist Church Services Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11 a.m. ,Evening Service ...... 7 p.m. "Let's Get Acquainted," will be the theme for United Christian Women's first fall meeting to be held with new ministers of the community at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 29, at the First Mennon- ite Church. To become .better acquainted with the new ministers and their wives, each has been asked to speak, telling of his family and giving a summary of hobbies, talents, recreational activities, and other information he might wish to give. During the past year United Christian Women activities in- eluded assisting several local families in time of illness or in ease of loss by fire, and distribu- tion of Thanksgiving and Christ- mas baskets. Petitions and letters were cir- culated during the year and sent to proper authorities in regard to actions being considered which the group felt would be a detri ment to the community. A Christ mas Community Festival is also sponsored each year by the group. New officers for the year are president, Mrs. William Vos; cor- responding secretary, Mrs. Emil Senner; recording secretary, Mrs. Earl Sandquist; treasurer, Mrs. Tom Reese; welfare, Mrs. Jake Reiner; publicity, Mrs. Ro- bert Komoll. A new vice-president will be elected due to the resig- nation of Mrs. Hugh DeWalt now holding that office. All women interested in Chris- tian work are urged to attend the meeting. A special invitation is extended to all women new to the community to come and get ac- quainted with the United Chris- tian Women and purposes of the group. Special musical numbers, a period of devotions and a short business meeting will also be part of the program. Riordans Surprised With Party Saturday To Warm New House Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riordan, four-week residents in t h e i r new house on Park Lane, were surprised last Saturday with a housewarming by many of their friends. In carefully detailed plans Mr. and Mrs. Ne]s Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Nell McCaffery arrang- ed that the Riordans would be home and then arrived with the party. A cake, decorated with a house and backgrounnd of rock candy was made for the occasion by Mrs. Hanson, who also prepared a corsage of spider chrysanthe- mums for Mrs. Riordan and a boutonniere for Mr. R i o r d an. Forming a center piece on the table was a money tree decorated with pictures of the Riordans and their children. Diana, Bonnie, and Bob. Present for the party were Lloyd McCaffery and the Messrs and Mesdames Gene Maxim, Bud Stepanek, Bill Clark, Ralph Mill- N lb. HAUSMANN'S SLICED OR CHUNK re BOLOGNA I FRESHLEAN PORK ,0039 TENDER BEEF ROUND STEAK I. FRESH GROUND BEEF I MOUNTIE DOG FOOD TENDER BEEF CHUCK lb. 49 3 $1 WALDORF , BATHROOM TISSUE 10"'0089 PKG. 0 LB. BAG 12C4N/001 C & H PURE CANE .k STANBY JELLY AND PRESERVE SALE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES GRAPE JELLY BLACKBERRY PRESERVES PEACH PRESERVES STRAWBERRY JELLY BARTLETT GOLDEN RIPE PEARS 9 '1.79 lb. BO X I ROYAL DANISH LUNCHEON, Too Late To Classify LOST: Large brown, m i x e d breed, hunting dog on Tester Road. Child's pet answers to the name of Brown. REWARD. 794-7403. Welcome. 39-2tc Pete's Cycle Shop Bike Repairs, New and Used Bikes. 120 South Lewis, Monroe, Wash. 39-ffc FOR RENT: 3 room furnished apartment, electric heat. 794- 8464. 39-1tp Old Skykomish Tree Farm Building Highway 2Monroe MEAT JARS FOR FOR 9 FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES 9 '1.29 lb. BOX STANBY Cream r Whole Kernel CORN FOR