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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Dec. 12, 1968 Karen Ness, Charles R. Ricketts Valley Genei Hosts. Thti,=00 Happ.e00ngs "va Wed At Congregational Churcr, New Babies Roun Du Ii Standards of white stock and yellow chry- ! .... santhemums with white Three babies born Susan Norman tapers decorated Mon- roe First Congreg- ational Church the ev- ening of November 23 for the wedding of Miss Kareh Anna Ness of Monroe and Charles Ruben Ricketts Jr. of Seattle. The bride is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene George Ness of Park Place and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruben Rtcketts Sr. of Green Cove Springs, Florida. An altar arrangement of white stock and yel- low chrysanthemums held a wedding candle which the couple lit during the ceremony. White satin bows, ivy and candles decorated the aisle. The Reverend Richard Arnold officiated at the double-rlng candle lit service. Soloist was Brian Ayers of 332 South Madison Street who sang "Somewhere" and "The Lord&apos;s Prayer". Wedding music was played by Mrs. Donald Kuhn of 137 Kirby Drive. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose an empire gown of white peau de sole with lace bodice and lace bell sleeves. With it she wore a lace and tulle mantilla. She carried a colonial bouquet of white chrysanthemums and yellow roses and wore a cameo necklace, gift of the groom. Serving as maid of hon- or was Miss Betty Trombley of Route 2 and as bridesmaids were Mrs. Thomas No- yak of Everett and Miss Nancy Angell of Snoho- mish. The attendants wore A-line floor- length gowns of moss green crepe and head- pieces of tulle centered with organdy flowers. They wore cameo brooches, gifts from the bride, and each carried Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ricketts Jr. Bredstrand, Monroe- Sultan; Mrs. Donald Rausch, Snohomish, and Mrs. , Joseph Mauer, Lake Stevens. These three ladies will also chairman their respect- ive Leaders Assoc- iations. New officers for the Monroe-Sultan are are Mrs. Bredstrand, chairman; Mrs. S Alton Mann, vice-chair- man, and Mrs. George Ness, secretary. Members of the Sno- homish ELU-TA-CAN- TE Horizon Club, with the help of their advis- or Mrs. Norman Helm, conducted the installa- tion ceremonies. Mrs. Robert Douglas and Mrs. Joseph Jo- hanson were named as recipients of the nat- ional report honor cer- Seattle and ushers were Denton Buse, Monroe, and Donald Dodge of Se- attle, who also acted as candlelighters, and Elmer Larson, Seattle, and Calvin Winstead, Monroe. For the wedding of her daughter Mrs. Ness chose a dress of brown crepe with brown lace coat. Wit it she wore a yellow rose corsage. An arrangement of stock and yellow chry- santhemums centered the table for the recept- ion which followed in the church hall. Mrs. Luctlle Streissguth of South Lewis Street dec- orated the fireplace mantel with greens and yellow mums. The bride,s  three-tiered wedding cake was baked and decorated by her aunt, Mrs. William Monk of Everett. Pouring were Mrs. Mtcheal Bennett. Hold- ing the guest book was Miss Kathy Trombley and assisting at the gift table were Mrs. Gary Fulcher, Miss Evelyn Ktehl and Mrs. William Dadson. Hostess for the reception was Mrs. Lyle Packebush. Grooms cake was served by Gwen McDon- ald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McDonald of 17710-162nd andpas- sing packets of rice was Allan Ottint, son of Mr. and Mrs. Livio Otttni'of West Main Street. For their wedding trip to Green Cove Springs, Florida, the bride changed to a costume of lime green brocade with silver accessories and a corsage of white chry- santhemums. The couple will be at home at Route 3, Sno- homish after December 14. The new Mrs. Rick- a single standard yellow Monk and Mrs. Carl etts Is employed at chrysanthemum tied Hallstrom. Cutting the First Federal Savings with moss green cake were Mrs. Kather- Bank in Everett and her streamers, ine Tlllm. and Mrs. husband is an oceano- Best man for the groom Robert Heath and serv- grapher on a geodetic was Robert Templetonot tng punch was Mrs. surveying ship. Mrs. Jastad Elected I I D t Ch I We wish t thank url " I many friends and neigh- I Istrlc airman Jbors for the beautifull |flowers and many other I Mrs. Robert Jastad of ttftcates fortmaginattve lkindnesse s shown us I Snohomtsh was re-and creative leadership. |during the death of| elected chairman of the Mrs. Keith Imus, Valley |Mrs. Grace Root. J Valley District Corn- District director, made mittee of the Pilchuck the announcement, l The Rot Fam417Y. lip J Council of Camp Fire The evenin's ro ram g P g Girls at the annual was completed by a meeting held here last slide-lecture onpoison- week. ous plants of the Pacific I aOULTS $1. -- CHaD S Other officers and Northwest. members elected to I the committee were annr[x! Mrj Mrs. J. E. Harmnond, v ' 3 ,,t vice-chairman; Mrs. Ray Cross, secretary; PII3/3Rt J FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Mrs. Percy Ames Jr., Mrs. Milton Hausser- man and Mrs. Karl Cannery Workers Lo- Lindsey, committee cal No. 788 of Mount members. Vernon union meeting so elected to the for members in the Sno- committee to represent homish area will be the three district dlvls T postponed one week. ions were Mrs. 4oert It will be held at 8 J **AND** p.m. Tuesday, Decem- ber 17 in the Snoho- mtsh Public Library. An added attraction will be a gift of Christmas turkeys. All members are urged to attend. A-1 Entertainment Monroe SchooJs Winter Concert 8 p.m. Tuesday, December 17 High School Free Admission Valley General Hosp al in recent days two boys and a gi: Mr. and Mrs. Bonga, 351 Elizal Street, became the pa ents of an 8 pound, 1/2 ounce baby November 24. chose the name James for the baby. The only baby born in recent was Tahnee Marie, pound, 3 1/2 daughter of Mr. Mrs. Vernon E. Whil tle. Tahnee arrb December 3. Another M, couple, Mr. and Jacob Blok of 2, became the of a baby boy born comber 5. Named Dal Allen, he weighed pounds, 2 1/2 ounces Calender 794--4901 Gene Wallace is home visiting his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyle, after completing basic training at Fort Ord, Cali- fornia. Col. D. W. Bourke was home for 10 days visiting his mother, Mrs. Mabel BourkeofDuvall. He has Just been discharged from the Air Force and Is taking up residence in Brighton, Ontario, Canada. While here he visited old friends and schoolmates. Isa Hendee, formerly of Duvall, now of Seattle, came out Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday to attend Civic Club and visit old friends. $$$$$$ The Duvall Womens Civic Club held their Christmas Party on Thursday, December 5, at the Duvall Library. The library was beautifully decorated in a Christmas theme. The dessert luncheon was served by the officers. There was an exchange of gifts. Gifts were brought for the Head Start Children's Program in Seattle. $$$$$$ The Dr. Joseph Yowell Orthopedic Auxilary its Annual Bazaar at the Cherry Valley No. 287 in Duvall on December 6. It a great success. The public is thanked their donations and patronage. December 16-20 Monday: Beef-biscuit shortcake, brown gravy, buttered peas, apple oatmeal squares, milk. Tuesday: Pizza Bur- ger, carrot-cabbage salad, bread-butter, pineapple upside down cake, milk. Wednesday: Home made Chili, celery sticks, fruit jello Friday Set Wc00,l C ild Women's Society Christian Christmas party, ring (inic ';et p.m., United Methodisl Fellowship Hall. A meeting of the Men- The monthly Monroe Saturday roe Kiwanis Club this Well Child Conference Rebekah, IOOFChrtst- Wednesday, December will be held from 10 mas party, 6:30 p.m., 11, at the Holiday Inn, a.m. to 12 noon Thurs- IOOF Hall. heard Mrs. Bill Bates day, December 19, at Monday give a talk on Liberia. the Masonic Temple on VFW Post #7511 M  L ch M She illustrated the talk South Lewis Street. Christmas party, 6:30 onroe un enu with pictures, and These conferencesare p.m., potluck for past members, auxiliary and: salad, hot rolls, attempted to analyze held on the third Thurs- immediate families, butter, peanut but- some of the racial and day of each month. They Tuesday ter cookies, milk. economic crises there are conducted by the Triple H Christmas Thursday: Barbe- in light of her ex- Snohomish Health Dis- pertence in the country, trtct and are for the party, 1 p.m., at the cued beef on buttered The Board meeting of purpose of tmmuni- home of Mrs. RoseBay- bun, carrot slices, ex- the club on Thursday, mutton, and healthsup- ira bread-butter, choc- December 12, at the ervision of well infant ly. Thursday elate pudding, milk. home of LawrenceWhtt- and preschool children. Tolero ClubChrtstmas Friday: Tuna-noodle field, will see the trans- This conference is party, 12:30 p.m., pot- bake, buttered green ition of officers from sponsored bylocalcom- luck and gift exchange beans, hot corn bread- 1968 to 1969. at IOOF Hall. butter, fudgies, milk. munity groups. LONDON FOG i ROSA LEE ,, La0000-Poole , Sweaters ! i Raincoat $42s0:} S,ze36-+6 ill, 00aper _ . " - _ I Other Sweaters l<, ''V Raincoat $47 su i To size 52 ,'i, l!J Vanity Fair  i/,! <: t'ii', SJ" Short ,ps Gowns I $7.00 $7.00 $9.00 $7.00 / Milady's Frock Shop " 108-West MainSt. Monroe 794-7571 I