Newspaper Archive of
Monroe Historical Society
Monroe, Washington
November 17, 1960     Monroe Historical Society
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 17, 1960

Newspaper Archive of Monroe Historical Society produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE FOUR Monroe Monitor, Momoe, Wash., Nov. 17, 1960 C 0wo,0000NMI N ,NG V E N00N00,T S o N R o 00RouT fOR VICI:,ITY  MONITOR Sodal E, ditor, PYramid 4-2511 SOCIAL NEWS & CLUI, | Today pot luck, visitors welcome, IOOF z ............... Dorcas Ladies Aid of Mission Cove- Hall, 8:30 p.m. nant Church, at the church, 2 p.m. Good News Club, Neisinger Ga- rage, Dickinson Road, 2:30-3:20 p.m. Tolero Club Lady Lions, Mrs. Betty Bennett and Mrs. Pat Blomster hosts, 8 p.m. Friday Tualco Thursday Club, Mrs. Iris Ramey, Rt. 1, 1:30 p.m. Pioneer Girls of Mission Covenant Church, at the church, 3:30 p.m. Methodist Kouples Klub dinner meeting, Methodist Church, 6:45 p.m. Hoe Down Raiders Square Dance Club, French Creek Grange, 8:30 p.m. Saturday Tolero Rebekah Lodge Christmas bazaar and luncheon, Masonic Temple, all day. Hy-Lo 4-H Club annual achieve- ment night, Tualco Grange hall, 8 p.m. Rip 'n Snort Square Dance Club, , Sunday Wagner Community Club Thanks- giving Dinner, Wagner Hall, 1:30 p.m. Monday Order of the Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Rip 'n Snort Square Dance class, multi-purpose room, Dickinson Road, 7:30 p.m. 3-R Club, Mrs. Darnest Lidell, 309 Lewis St., guest night, 8 p.m. Tuesday Research Club, Mrs. Margaret Bas- corn, 202 Sam St., 1:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary, Mary Reardon, 215 N. Madison St., 8 p.m. Wednesday Goodwill Truck in Monroe, for pickup call Miss Florence Allyn, PYramid 4-3336. Thursday Monroe Ministerial Association Un- ion Thanksgiving service, As- sembly of God, 10 a.m. Just a few miuntes away . . . Six Big Sales Floors (all newly remodel- ed! ), Travel Bureau, Beauty Salon and New Chinook Tea Room (Fashion show Room _ ( Fhion hows every Wed. ooa). EVERETT Dorette Beauty Salon NOW! Permanents Shampoo & Hair Set Hair Cuts PYramid 4-4556 218 S. Lewis St. MAttE YOUR HOLIDAY APPOINTMENTS !; ..... :! "" '.:! :// i F8:::'I ::?:: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: SPECIAL! Cold Wave - End Curl $7.95 Connee Have One of Our $12.50 - $15.00 or $17.50 COLD WAVES And Withtu a 2-Week Period Your Daughter or Friend May Have The Same Priced Permanent For ONE-HALF PRICE Complete. "DORETTE" PY 44556 Plan To Attend The FIRST ANNIVERSARY PARTY SATURDAY, NOV. 26 , Special Christmas Opening Watch For Details and Come In For FREE Refreshments and. ,, Get Your Ticl/ets For 'TIN LIZZIE' at Wolfkill's W01fkill Feed & Feriilizer 00rp. Monroe Shopping Center PYramid 4-6111 Glover-Norenberg Vows Solemnized In Home Ceremony Miss Barbara Glover of Monroe became the bride of Jim Noren- berg of Duvall in a lovely setting (Due to the Thanksgiving holi- day the Monroe Monitor ,illprlnt early next ,eek. Therefore dead- line for social nes ill be this comlng Saturday, November 19, at 5 p.m.  Ann Trout Blinks). in her parents' home last Satur- day evening, November 12. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Glover, 634 Monroe Ave., ,and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Noren- berg, Duvall. A massive bouquet of bronze mums with candelabra over the mantle, set the scene for the 6:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony per- formed by Rev. Forrest D. Tibbets. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white satin with a very full skirt and a large portrait col- lar. Her veil was shoulder length, edged with lace, and attached to a pearl iara. She wore a single strand pearl necklace and carried ,a bouquet consisting of a large single white orchid. Miss Patsy Glover, sister of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a gold brocade full-skirted ballerina length gown, and wo a corsage of bronze mums. Best man for his brother was Jerry Norenberg, North Bend, Wash ington. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Glover chose a green jersey print dress and a corsage of talisman roses. Mrs. Norenberg wore a deep violet sheath dress with talisman rose corsage. The 8 p.m. reception was also held at the bride's parents home. Decorations were fall colors with gold predominating, centered by a Maltese cross cake decorated with yellow rosebuds. Miss Iay Kelley, Seattle, cut the cake, while Mrs. Terry Qlover of Yakima had charge of the coffee and Mrs. Tom Fay of Hollis, &las- ka, poured punch. All are cousins of the bride. For the short honeymoon trip, the bride changed to a moss green suit with beige accessories and wore the orchid corsage from her bou- quet.. The couple is now. at home at 301 Ave. B., Snohomish. Lutheran Hymnal Is Mary-Martha Guild Program Discussion The Lutheran hymnal was the program discussion led by the Rev. Martin C. Stuebe for members of Mary-Martha Guild of Peace Lu- theran Church meeting early this month in the church social hall. Mrs. Warner Langner, president, was in charge of the business meet- ing when the group scheduled its next meeting for December 5. Hostesses for the November meet- ing were Mrs. Otto Brokofsky, Mrs. Vernon Coon and Mrs. Lillian Boyes. The December meeting will be a no,host meeting with members bringing cookies for the Darkland Children's Home.. Members present were Mrs. Ada Drugge, Mrs. Martin Stuebe, Mrs. Langner, Mrs. Jacob Weber, Mrs. Ernest Zabel, Mrs. Christine Nief. for, Mrs. Frieda Perschau, Mrs. Don Rousu, Mrs. Brokofsky, Mrs. George Sabin and Mrs. Coon. Amy Anderson Is New Tolero Rebekah Lodge Noble Grand For 1961 Election of officers highlighted bell named committees for a smor- gasbord to be held Sunday, De- cember 4, at the IOOF Hall. The dining tbles were decorat with fall flowers and cornucopias of harvest fruits and vegetables. Luncheon committee members were Hazel Armstrong, Katie Den- nis, taVern Raben and Julia Greg- ory. Mexican Travel Theme Is Prog. Feature At Research Club Meet "Grandfather's Journal" or Re- collections of Mexican Travels" was the program theme presented by Mrs. Chester Bates for mem- bers of Research Club meeting No- vember 8 at the home of Mrs. Louise Webb en South Blakely Street. Mrs. Bates used the hand-written diary of her grandfather, Abraham H. Harris, for the year 1850 .as the basis of her program. Mrs. Roy Knov:les, president, was in charge of the business meet- ing. The next meeting was slated for November 22 at the home of Mrs. Margaret Bascom. Mrs. Ruth Smith will give the program on the United Nations. Dessert luncheon was served to Miss Florence Allyn, Mrs. Mar- garet Bascom, Mrs. Bates, Mrs. Harry Bayly, Rev. Ellen P. Brad- ley, Mrs. George Butler, Mrs. Knowles, Miss Blanche Shanrrahan, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs. Florence Streeter, Mrs. Jean Tucker, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Cecil Weeks, Mrs. Maude Whie, Mrs. WaltZer Wilson and Mrs. Charles Woosley. All active club members were present. Honorary members urmble ,to attend were Mrs. William Ste- vens, Miss Olga Dorcas and Mrs. Duana Hickman. Daughter Born To H. Richard Bakers A daughter, Evelyn Kay, was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Richard Baker of Monroe at 2:12 Wednesday morning, November 16. The baby, weight 7 lb. 2 oz., is the first child for the Bakers, and second gpand- daughter for Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Baker, Monroe, as well as second great - great - grandchild for Mrs. Myrtle Johnson, Monroe. The baby's father is in the U.S. Navy, station- ed on Midway Island. Loin Can Ta Wa Girls, Hold Taffy Pull ,Thurs. by Kathy Carver The Lola Can Ta Wa Camp Fire girls met last Thursday after school in the multi-purpose room. The hour was spent with a taffy pull and making plans for the "grow-up" next week. The grow-up was scheduled at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 16 in the school mu'lti-purpose room. Cindy Curtain, Teresa Biderbost, Donna Clark and Emily Block were guests hst week. The meeting was closed with singing and treats furnished by Sandra Armstrong. Four Girls Arrive. At Monroe General Hosp. Four girls were born at Monroe General Hospital during, the past week. Glenna Marie was born to Mr. , and Mrs. Earl Graden, Rt. 2, Mon- roe, on November 9. Birth weight was 7 pounds, 2 ounces. A daughter, Leota Joan, was born November 10 to Mr. and Mrs. the meeting of Tolero Rebekah Leo Brokofsky of Sultan. She weigh- Lodge last week. Amy Anderson ed in at 8 pounds, 3% ounces. was named noble grand. Tami Jo was born November 12 0ther new officers are Jeanette to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walter of Ramaley, .vice grand; Ida Haufle, Sultan. Her birth weight was 8 recording secretary; Clara Dirks, pounds. financial secretary; Alice Louden, A daughter, yet unnamed, was treasurer; Carolyn Knosh,aug, drill born November 16 to Mr. and Mrs. captaia; Marguerite Graden, three- Henry Baker of Monroe. year trustee. Amy Anderson, retiring vice grand, was in charge of the No- KoupJes Klul:; Slates vember 10 meeting. It was report- Thanksgiving Event ed Mrs. N.ettie Fahrenkof is im- proving at Monroe General Has- A Thanksgiving program and pot pital, luck dinner is scheduled Friday, 'Plans were discussed for the an- November 18, at 6:45 p.m. by nt*al bazaar and uncheon slated members of the Methodist Kouples this Saturday, November 19, at the Klub. The group will meet in the Masonic Temple and Viola Camp- church fellowship hall. Mr. ,and Mrs. Lawrence WhR- field will be in charge of games. Election of officers is slated for the business meeting. Mrs. Pope Un:dergoes Mai0r Surgery Tues. Mrs. James D. Pope, 118 N. Kel- sey St., underwent major surgery Tuesday at Monroe General Has. pital. She will be confined to the hos- pital several days before being re, leased to 'her home for further recuperation. John Petersons Host Out-Of-Town Guests Dinner guests aL the John Peter- son home in Dark Place recently were from Sea.trio, Renton Marys. villa and Tacoma. Guests from Seattle were Mr. and Mrs. AI Lewis and from Ren- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peter- son and Mr. and Mrs. G. Rauck and Gaff from Marysvflle. Guests from Tacoma were Miss Carmen Lundgren and Dick Ale from Se- attle. Miss Lundgren is, Peterson's granddaughter and is a coege stu- dent in Tacoma. Gary Dean Raben.Rose Marie Wolfe Marry In Seattle Sevice Several Monroe residents were among those who attended the wed- ding of Miss Ross Marie Wolfe and Gary Dean Ralen at St John's Catholic Church, Seattle. Father Piro officiated a{ the service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolfe.of Mandan, North Dakot.a. Her bridegroom is a former Monroe resident and graduate of Monroe high school 'and Everett Junior College. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas A. Ra- ben of Seattle, formerly of Monroe. Among those attending the wed- ding from Monrae are Mrs. earl Raben, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Raben. For her wedding the bride, chose a floor-length gown of peaudesoie with wide open neck-line with ap- pliqu'e of alencon re-embroidered lace. The soft-pleated dome-shaped skirt was fashioned with intermis- sion front, and full cathedral train astened to a fitted bodice. Sh'e wore a circular shoulder length veil 'held by a crown of tiny plas- tic-like flowers. The bride wore pearl necklace and ear rings, a gift of the bride- groom. She carried a white orchid with a missal arranged with pearls and rhinestones entwined in snow- white orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. JoAnn Bloomquist served .as matron of honor while Miss Kathy Schenkel was bridesmaid. They wore gowns of gold satin fashioned with princess waistline and square neckline with gold chiffon bodice and train. Their bouquets were gold fugi mums with green dove feathers surrounded by pearls in brown tones. Larry Smith served Mr. Raben as best man. Ushers were John Rutherford and Lee Jordan. The reception followed in the church halls. Assisting were Mrs. Harold Engeseth, Mrs. Vick Mack- erich, Mrs. Delores Stansberry, Mrs. Richard Eskridge and Miss Shirley Raben. After a wedding trip to Seaside, Oregon, the couple are making their home in Seattle. W T Browns Enjoy Montana Vacation Hunting In Snow Their first vacation in eight and one-half years proved one well worth waiting for, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown of Monroe reported this week. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, who re- cently sold their locker business here in Monroe, acationed and hunted in eastern Montana, return- ing home last Tuesday night. At Checkerboard, Montana, 185 miles east of Helena, Mr. Brown went deer hunting, shot his deer, then was unable to find it in a blinding snow storm and blizzard. Returning the next day with an- other hunter, he was able to re- cover the deer and proceed to re- turn to Monroe. He reported that snow in some spots they visited reached a depth of four feet. Another interesting fact they learned on their vacation, Mr. Brown reported, was that altitude causes automobiles to react dif- Sky Tree Farm Party, Honors Lester Kinneys A pot luck "turkey dinner was held ast Saturday evening by mem- bers of the Skykomish Tree Farm, Weyerhaeuser Co., to honr Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kinney who were married last spring. Kinney is an employee of the Tree Farm. Hosts for the event held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Blinks, N. Currie Rd., were Mr. and Mrs. Car Garey, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmquest, Mr. and Mrs. Neill Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Prater, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stans- berry, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fad- den and Mr. and Mrs. Don Poole. WOMEN'S 2-EIfELET TIES were $6,5 '4" Now Special for i ::"" ": ,:,:.:!..::.-..:::...:. ....... British Tan or Black Calf COMPOSITION RIPPLE SOLE MEDIUM HEEL 126 E. Main Monroe (Formerly Campbell's Family Shoe Store) PY 4-5351 ferenfly. Mter much trouble with their auto, a garage mechanic told the Browns when they reached low- er altitude the car would run per- feetly, and it did, Mr. Brown said. LAND BANK LOAN wifh o Your family grows and your farm operation grows, requir- ing work and planning on your part. This growth usually re- quires a sure supply of ready money. Whether. your needs are great or small  or small now with promise of becoming larger  your Federal Land Bank Association is ready to help you with your'financ- 'ing or refinancing needs. Drop in and let your frl.endly association manager help you "grow" with a. long-term, low-cpst Land Bank Loan. Get the complete story on farm,band ranch financing toda):. THE,kFEDERAL LAND BANK OF SPOKANE Everett /t   :::-- | 2919 Wetmore / ': AL 2-8763 Richard T. Rose  a_:.: r:.--o.n.. ......... :ma=,ll l- Manager ............. I ..... I Pre-Holiday . . . Glidden Paint sale Profess,onal Pa,nters' Discontinued Colors Ultra Flat Latex Spred Satin. Wall Paint Reg. 2.13 t ............... 98c qF. Reg. 6.45 gal ......... $2;98 gaL Spread Lustre, Reg. 5.59 gal. =3" gal. Reg. 2,87 qt. $1:49 qt'. Glidden Superior Enamel Reg. 2.95 qt. =14' qt. Paint Demonstration By Factory Man The Most Amazing Demonsfra- tion We've Ever Seen! (Prices Effective Friday.Saturday, Nov. 18.19) Wagner Lumber Co. Corner Hill & Lewis PY 4'331 Or PY 4-2511