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PAGE FOUR Monroe Monitor.,Momoe, Wash., Nov. 10, 1960 NA_ /1 PARK PLACE NEWS ITEMS ............. Ilf,/ I'Q., M O N R O E ANN TROUT BLINKS PERSONAL ITEMS *! The Waparomo Home Demon- party with exchange of hand rDade stration Club met at the home of gifts. M O N I T O R Social EAitsr, PYramid 4-2511 SOCIAL NEWS & CLUBS I g Mrs. Fred Bosch Tuesday, Novem- Mrs. Hazel Dahlgard of Puyallup - her 8. The talk on principles of and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Worrall of * * design was given by Mrs. Cather- ine Barber "and Mrs. Dana Blear. Attending were Mrs. Melvin Armstrong, Mrs. Wallace Arm- strong, Mrs. Hairy Blear, Mrs. Dora Blear, Mrs. A. C. Ellenber- ger, Mrs. William Hegewald, Mrs. David Whitfield, Mrs. Catherine Barber, Mrs. Charles Dennis, Mrs. Ernest Righett.i, Mrs. Henry Bosch and the hostess. The next meeting wilt be held De- cember 13 and will be a Christmas Seattle were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. ,and Mrs. Jolm Worrall. Caners in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. George Bandy and Mrs. Eldo I-Iendricks. Dinner guests at t.he home of Mr. and Mrs. Florian Haufle on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Merriek and Glenda, Mrs. Larry Hopkins, Annette and Wayne of Everett and Mrs. Phil Hopkins and Carol of Lake Stevens. ST. MARY'S ANNUAL BAZAAR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 11 a.m.- 11 p.m. Kiwaniannes Knit, Sew At Monday Meeting At F. K. Swan Home Work on knitting and sewing projects and a short business meet- ing conducted by Mrs. John Ver- non, president, highlighOM t h o meeting of Kiwaniannes Monday evening. The group met at the home of Mrs. F. K. Swan, 242 S. Blakely St., with Mrs. Frank Trul- linger and Mrs. Agnes Gaston as assistant, hostesses. Mrs. O. L. Morse was named chairman of the nominating con mittee to report at. the December meeting which wil,1 be a Christmas party. Her committee members will be Ms. E. J. Schrag and Mrs. Robert Follis. The Christmas meeting will be held a the home of Mrs. Cecil Former Resident Weds Everett Man Oct. 22 In Candlelit Service A former Sultan resident, Miss Barbara Jane Elwood, became the bride of Dwight ,Armand Sexton in a candlelight service in the Chapel in the Firs, Everett., Saturday eve- ning, October 22. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parr Elwood of Everett. For five years Mrs. El- wood was a hem*e, economics teach- er in the Monroe junior high school. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sexton, also "of Everett. Baskets of pink chrysanthemums were banked at the altar before a backdrop of garnet, velvet and candles gleamed in candelabra .at the sanctuary. Three-tiered eande- Tolero Rebekah Lodge Election Of Officers Is Slated Tonight Election of officers is slated for the meeting of Tolero Rebekah Lodge tonight at 8 p.m..at the IOOF Hall. Amy Anderson, vice-grand, was in charge of the lodge's 1,ast meet- ing in the absence of Mrs. Mildred Corey, noble grand, who was called to South Dakota by the death of a brother. Members of the Odd Fellows Lodge were honored at the Octo- ler 27 meeting with past noble grands in charge of ,the program and lunch. Clara Dirks was chair- man of arrangements. The group was served chicken- a-la-king on biscuits, cookies and coffee as a special treat, for the COMING EVENTS... FOR WOMEN IN MONROE AND VICINITY (The Monitor welcomes your local items, club and party news, weddings and calendar items. Re- ports of clubs and parties should be phoned (PY 4-2511) or brought lo the Monltbr office with- in 24 hours after the event. Dead- line for the calendar -- a free service -- on Tuesday of the week before the meeting takes place. --Ann Trout Blinks, Society Ed- itor.) Today Tolero Rebekah Lodge, I00F Hall, 8 p.m. Saturday Altar Society, St. Mary's Catholic Church, parish bazaar, parish flail, 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Snohomish County Annual Grand Cross of Color m/stic banquet, Marysville Masonic Temple, 6:30 p.m. Monday Covenant Daughters of Mission Covenant Church, clean-up day at the church, pot luck unch, 10 a. Lee Brown Circle, Mrs. F. D. Tibbitts, 338 S. Lewis St., MerieI McCa 'Circle, Mrs. Bob Schuler, 510 Powell St., beth at 1:30 p.m.; Friendly Circle, Mrs. Dale Bar- nett, W. Columbia,, 8 p.m. Thursday Dorcas Ladies Aid of Mission Cove- nant Church, .at. the church, 2 p.m. Good News Club, Neisinger Gar- age, Dickinson Road, 2:30-3:20 p.m. Tolero Club Lady Lions, Betty Bennett and Pat Blomster hostesses, 8 p.m. listen to the sweet, sound of savings with Safeco's "All-In-One" Homeowners Insurance Ask for the story. GRAND PRIZES.. Movie Camera ; Projector Power Tools Luggage sCG Lunch Served All Day Games- Door Prizes- Handwork St. Mary's Catholic Parish Hall, Madison & Hill Sts., Monroe Kerr with Mrs. C J. Peters and labra entwined with ivy rand chrys- men attending, m. anthemums 'held tapers in the win- Seventeen Tolero-lodge members Order of he Rainbow for Girls, itfield Mrs. Follis as assisting hostesses, dows. attended Silver Sands Rebekah Masonic Tempie, 7:30 p.m. Realty 81[ Members ,attending the meeting The Rev. Paul J. Baughman of- Lodge at Redmond Thursday, No- Snohomish County P-TA Council, in laddition to the hostesses and flciated. Louis Hendrix was solo- vember 3. Marie Dickinson, Wash- PUD Auditorium in Everett, 8 Insurance president were Mrs. Ralph Minor, ist accompanied by Mrs. Fred Web- ington State assembly ' president., p.m. Mrs. Harold Fankhauser, Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Schrag, Mrs. Follis, Mrs. Percy Dyer, Mrs. Stanley E. Blinks, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. M a u d e White, Mrs. Herb Schwartz, Mrs. Peters :and Mrs. Lawrence Whit.- field. . Dorcas Ladies Aid Changes Thanksgiving Meet Date To Nov. 17 j A change of meet.ing date has been made by the Dorcas Ladies TURKEY SHOOT NOV. 13.2o: .,'_)ljj]k Shoot Time party with -'I Missouri  Shoots COFFEE Che Gardens COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE 5 Miles N. E. Duvall Aid of the Mission Covenant Church due o Thanksgiving. The group will meet at 2 p.m. next Thurs- day, November 17, ,at the church. Mrs. Robert Komoll will be in charge of the Thanksgiving pro- gam scheduled for the meeting. The group will enjoy a no host members bringing pumpkin pie to be served with col fee furnished by the ladies aid. 4-H Achievement Nite Is Slated Nov. 19 by Margaret Fleming The Hy-Lo 4-H Club wl hold its annual achievneat night No- vember 19 at 8 p.m. in the Tualeo Grange Hall. Program for the event will be the presentatdon of awards, dem- onstrations and entertainment. Refreshments will be served to 4-H Club members, their parents and friends who ,arh all cordially invited to attend. SHOP Tri-Valley Pharmacy For Christmas Lay-Away Your Selections Beautifully Gift Wrapped a i ii . TAKE HOME ABOX WHITMAN'S ROGERS APLETS BROWN & HALEY Let Ann Rasmussen Help WITH YOUR BEAUTY PROIJLEMS Get Tickets at TRI-VALLEY for TIN LIZZIE GIVE-AWAY NO F R E E : OBLIGATION IT'S THRILLS GALORE FOR YOUNGSTERS up to 80 years! A Half.Scale 1910 MODEL T Replica RUNS AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CAR! Th|s half-scale replica of the famou, 1910 Model T rums llke one . . . han- dles like one.,, even sounds like one. Designed to arry two youngsters in 0mfort... it has ample strehngth to haul 2 adults. Has steel frame, fiber- glass body; FOrward, neutral and re- verse. Mechani,,l BmkeL Normal =peed= up tO 10 mphe but can be t th=der or 4lower. Not designed for Idghway .., but mere fun than bared of mcmkeys.., for the whole fandly. Come In and m thls half-4Mk fin-Uzw% You'll buy it. Made enl), by McDonough Power lqp|pment, Inr Dawweh, Oa. OUR 2 RECASTERED PHARMACISTS WILL FILL YOUR PRESCRn?TIONS REVLON--.DOROTHY GRAY, ROUX-- IDY CAROE Tri-Valley Pharmacy 5bopp' Center PYramid 4-5431 ! I ber. For her wedding, 4he bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a floor-length gown of candelight sa- tin with bodice fashioned with bateau neckline and center panel of ,batiste with satin-stitched floral design enhanced wih seed pearJs and crystal beads. A satin petal overskirt extended kite a chapel train and a satin cmnmerbund was t.ied in back with sef fabric roses. A wedding ring crown of satin held the bride's fingertip veil and she carried a sheath of garnet Arrerican Beauty roses. As some, thing old for the bride, the roses on her cummerbund were fashioned around he wedding ring of her maternal grandmother. Miss Sandra LatEen was maid of honor Miss Lynn' Donald of Tucson, Arizona, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Their gowns were petal pink chiffon with bateau neckline and full skirts. Garnet waist det.ail was in self fabric cab- bage roses and floating panel in back. Their headpieces were a feather bandeau in shades of pink to garnet, with pink veiling. One large rose fashioned from roses in shades of pink and garnet formed the bouquets. Kenneth J. ,tkinson was best man. Ushers were Stephen lwood, brother of the bride, Rex Rieck and Roy Johnson. After ,a reception in the church reception room the couple left on a wedding trip to Harrison Hot Springs, B. C. The bride was wear- ing a beige suit with blank acces- sories and she had a corsage of American beauty roses The couple will make their home in Everett. was making her official visit. Good News Club Opens Classes To Children On Thurs. Afternoons The Good News Club which has met for several winters in the Fred Neisinger garage just north of the W4ager school has resumed classes. The group meets from 2:30 to 3:20 on Thursday afternoons, especially to accommodate bus children, but. a,lso to include other children the flrst and second grades. Good News clubs are held under the auspices of the International Child Evangelism Fellowship and and are interdenominational in character. The lessons, which this year are .based on the life of Christ, are ,t.aught by means of visual Jid, sually flannelgraph and flashcard. isuaiized songs and memory Verses are used extensively. Mrs. Ralph Fickner, N. Carrie Rd, is the teacher. Her assistants are Mrs. Esl.her Shafer md Mrs. June Carey. All children of the area are invited to attend at no charge. The Child Evangelism teacher training classes have also resumed and meet every other Tuesday at 10 a.m. ,at the Charles BeaVers home, 149 S. Kelsey St.. These, class- es are designed to help Good News Club teachers and to offer help to Sunday school teachers. Interested persons are invited to attend. It is hoped that another class may soon be started in the aea of Central school. ,If anyone is "inter- ested in opening their home an hour a week for such a class they should call Mrs. Beavers at PY 4-3582. Mission 'Study Is Program Theme For .23 Mission Covenant Methodist Women Church Youths Go To "Into All the World Together"' Ore. Weekend Retreat Twenty4hree high school, youtia, active in the Monroe Mission Cove- ' nant Church, will be among those who attend a retreat for high school youth ,at Powell Valley Cove- rmt. Church,. Gresham, Oregon, this weekend.. Theme for the retreat scheduled Friday, Novefnber 11 to Sunday noon, November 13, will be "Stand Up .and Be Counted." Making the trip from lonree will be Jean Fitzgerald, Sigrid Thompson N a d i n e Ingraham, Myrna Ingraham, Karlene Sehwen- dlemann, Cathy Trombley, Mike Berglund, Jerryne Berglund, MilCe McIntyre, Bob Thompson, B e t t y Trombley, Janice Keck, Karen Mc- Dan, Susan Berlin, Steve Valley, Jim Helm, Mike Carlson. Susanne Hultgren, Cathy Ander- son, ,Gary Fugier, Pam So fie, Charles McNall, Dennis Olson, the Rev. Fred Neth and Jake Reiner. Marilyn Bronsch Takes Job In San Francisco .. Miss Marilyn Bronseh of Tualco left last. Wednesday for San Fran- cisco to accept a new position. She will be employed by the Kem- per Insuranbe Company with whom she has worked in Seattle for the past, three years. Mahogany Paneling Pre-Finlshed and V-Greyed 4x8 Sheets 15' sq. ft. AdVance Club, Miss Alice Louden, Park Place, 8 p.m. Monroe Garden Club, Mrs. Stuart Trombley, Rt. 2, Mrs. Glen Neal and Mrs. Oliver ameson assist- ing, 8 p.m. Tuesday Pocahontas Lodge, meet at Camp Riley Drug at 8:30 p.m. to go to B & M shopping Center for din- ner, no meeting. Congregational Ladies Aid, 8 p.m. Wednesday Dr. Allison Orthopedic Auxiliary, 1 p.m. of Woman's Society of Christian Serv- ice, The Methodist. Church: Lora Rip'n Snort CluE; Entertains Guests Twelve persons from Seattle were special guests last Saturday evening at the dance held by the Rip 'n Snort Club. Guests included Harry and Marge McGregor, Charlie and Margaret Warga, Hap .and Fran Locken, Cliff and Evelyn Lbvett, Arnie and Ann Lvrvick and Bob .and Pat Dun- woodie. Harry, McGregor is area vice president of the square dance clubs. Tualco Thursday CluE; Changes Meeting Date Tualco Thursday Club has chang- ed its meeting date due to Thanks- giving. The group will mee at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, November 18, at the home of Mrs. Iris Ramey. I H PY 4-6042 ................. ST. 8-2461 VI'S Beauty Salon %- COLD WAVES Get Aequalnted SpeeLal $7.50 com,e CROWN JEWEL "was the mission study theme used by .a panel of leaders for the pro- gram last Wednesday for the Wom- an's Society of Christian Service of the Monroe Methodist Church. Mrs. Ray T. Smith was panel leader. Her assistants were Mrs. El]ery Jellison Jr., Mrs. Paul Lor- ang, Mrs. T. C. Hagman, Mrs. Ewalt Schrag. Mrs. B. H. Luntey and Mrs. E. G. Hunt were hostesses for the meeting in the church fellowship hall. Mrs. Frank Trullinger was de- votional leader. During the business ession led by Mrs. Robert Follis, president, members were reminded of their annual bazaar Friday, December 2, in the Masonic Temple. Additional members present, were Mrs.. Margaret Leckvol d, Miss Florence Allyn, Mrs. Dale Barnett, Mrs. Grace Carpenter, Mrs. Mar- tha McDonald, Mrs. L. T. H'artzell, Mrs. H. C. Johnson, Mrs. Norman Hartzell, Mrs. Alma George, Mrs. Cora Walters, Mrs. George Keck, Mrs. C.A. Sheffer, Mrs. G. A. Bandy, Mrs. J. A. Countryman, Mrs. F. S. Lo- gum, Mrs. 0. M. Dennis, Mrs. Har- old Kauffman, Mrs. Herbert Jones, Mrs. Sylvia Bagley, Mrs. O. L. Morse and Mrs. F. D. Tibbitts. Chee MiTa Ka Girls Name New Officers ' by Ann Dezotell , Election of officers for the first three months of the school year was held recently by the Chee Mi a Ka Camp Fire girls - New officers ar Nancy .Steffen, presilent; i Pamala Bredstrand, vice president; Tonia Amastrong, b.eretary.; Jean,Count.ryman, trehs: urer; Arm Dezotell, serile. Chairmen named are 3anine 01. "son', gfies; Peggy Byron and "Leone Sch, songs; Denise Schi- laty, hostess; and Mm'lene Davis, clean up. A book pary : was slated, by th group for its meeting on Novem- ber 9. Other grip projects ilud- ing making cookies, keeping scrap books of crafts  honors earned and keeping chart of daily bohors work. $10.00 up HAIR CUT $.s0 WAGNER LUMBER CO. Comer Hill & Lewis PY 4-3301 or, PY 4-2501 * Evenings By Appointment * 10 Years Experience Vl'S BeauLT Salon ST 8-2461 103 Main St., Duvall . 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