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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Centralia, Washington The daily chronicle saturday oct. 24, 1970 former Centralia girl marries in Lac enter a former Centralia resident and granddaughter of mrs. James Robinson of Centralia miss Susan Lee was married sept. 25 to Kerry Alan Baer at the first United methodist Church in Lac enter. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Howard Newfield of la Center Iler bridegroom is the son of Robert Baer of Lac enter and mrs. A Sadler of Yuba City Calif. The Bride who teaches first Grade at Lac enter school and her bridegroom now stationed at fort Lewis with the . Paula Jean Carter and miss Karen Johnson of Vancouver. Their identically styled dresses were of Pink Saki fabric fashioned with Empire bodices with puff sleeves and Back panels falling from beneath Large bows of the self material. Their headpieces were Pink netting gathered with ribbons and Small Pink Flowers. Each carried a Long stemmed Pink Rose with baby s breath and Ivy. Dressed in a Pink frock similar to the Bride s gown was the five year old Flower girl Kelley Baer of Albany Calif., army went to the coast on Niece of the bridegroom. Their wedding trip. J his father Michael Baer of for the 7 . Ceremony the Bride wore a full skirted gown of Chantilly lace with Long. Babb .1 sleeves. Her Vei was a Abany was Best Man for his brother. Ushers Newfield who Honolulu for the wedding of his were James came from Mantilla bordered with lace and sifter Darel Baer of Yuba her Flowers were White roses another of the Bride and step Panotis with sprays of Groom and Keith Hedges of Ivy. Symbol of her sorority i . Alpha Phi. I the new mrs. Baer is a miss Susan Bagley of graduate of Washington state Wenat Rafiee a sorority sister of University her bridegroom of the Bride was maid of Honor the University of Oregon. He bridesmaids were miss Marilyn is a member of Beta thet a i Farron Portland and miss fraternity. Toledo couple marry in Assembly of god map e leaves while Stock yellow and Bronze chrysanthemums and Bronze candles decorated the Bethel Assembly to god Church in Toledo fori the oct. 16 wedding of miss open House slated open House is planned this month at the Cascade school and in november at the olympic school by the Cascade olympic Parent teacher association in Chehalis. Open House will be a time for parents to visit their child s room meet teachers and have Coffee and cookies in the school lunchroom according to mrs. Burl Walker a to president. She said there will be no meeting As such. Open House is scheduled from 7 to 9 . Oct. 26 at Cascade school and on nov. 23 at olym Pic school. The a to will not meet in december. Quotable quotes i really enjoy my piano Anc my music and i understand i m somewhat of a celebrity. But i would never take myself sen Ousby As a Kennedy making her Public de but As a concert pianist during a democratic fund raising pro Gram. Vote Art Rice or. Assessor november 3rd. Democrat pm. Pol. Adv Deborah Joan Monty Oberg and i Lynald Alan Mcewen. The Rev. William Hassler officiated at the 8 . Double ring service for the couple. Barents of the newlyweds Are in. And mrs. Gilbert Oberg and in. And mrs. Kenneth Mcewen f Toledo. The Bride Given in marriage y her father wore a gown of lace with Long sleeves and Hapel train. Her shoulder length veil was held by a lace i Ead piece. She carried a bouquet of yellow carnations and baby s breath with Corsage f orchids. Miss Marilyn Blankenship of Amboy was maid of Honor. She wore an Orange velveteen floor length gown and carried a nosegay of yellow Orange and Ronze Straw Flowers. Bridesmaids were miss Gina Layes of Toledo in Moss Green and miss Connie ice Wen of Toledo sister of the bridegroom in Gold velveteen. They carried nosegay of yellow Orange and Bronze Straw Lowers. Dan House of Toledo was Best Man. Seating guests were Jerry Avis and Dan Mcewen of Toledo. The reception was held at Lone Yew Grange. Miss Diana Oberg sister of the Bride and miss Debriae Cousin of the Bride passed the Groom s cake. When the couple left on a wedding trip to Westport the Bride had changed to a three piece White and Black suit with Orchid Corsage. They will make a Home in Toledo. The Bride is a student at Toledo High school. Her bridegroom a graduate of Toledo High school is employed by Perma products in Winlock. Shower fetes mrs. Aselton flannel dipped in Wax and shaped into diapers formed the nut cups and Centrepiece for a baby Shower Given oct. 17 honouring mrs. John Aselton of Chehalis. Pink and Blue Flowers were used in the diaper Cen Ter piece. The party Given at the Home of mrs. Robert Goodwin o Chehalis was attended by miss Diane Goodwin miss Delores Goodwin mrs. Ira Todd mrs Archie Galster mrs. D. Galster mrs. George Johnson mrs Harold Akers. Mrs. John Jackaway mrs. Margaret Mccord. Miss Laura Mccord mrs. Barbara White mrs. Paula Ragan mrs. A. Ragon. Mrs Miriann Champ mrs. Loretta Crocker and mrs. Elwe sore Auh. Or. Ana mrs. Timothy Jack Stewart or. And mrs. Kerry atari Baer Susan Rosbach weds Timothy Jack Stewart the Westminster presbyterian Hurch in Chehalis was the siting for the 7 . Wedding miss Susan a l Rosbach of tie Halis and Timothy Jack Tewart of Olympia on oct. 10. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Charles Rosbach of Lalis and or. And mrs. Jeorge Stewart of Olympia. The Rev. James f. Scott official de at the double ring candlelight service. The Church is decorated with tall baskets of Gold and while Chrysan lemurs and Gladiolus with brass candelabra. The candles Lere Gold and White. The Bride Given in marriage y her father chose a gown of imported Peau d some and veniese lace. The floor length gown was styled along Empire Ines with Long Cavalier sleeves with lace trimmed cuffs. The stand up lace Collar an bodice released gentle fullness o a slim a Une skirt with hem Ine trim. A detachable silk rain cascaded to full sweeping Chapel length. A caplet of veniese lace with Bow trim Hel double tiers of imported Brida illusion to her hair. Miss Jennifer Rosbach c Chehalis was maid of Honor Foier sister. She wore deep Gold floor length skirt and Ash with a Long sleeved crepe she carried a Cascade bouquet of Gold and White mums. wore velvet a line Empire dresses with Ong sleeved crepe bodices. The bridesmaids were miss Jan Calkins of Seattle miss Jan Stewart of Olympia and mrs. Peggy Meigham of Seattle. Candle lighters were Kathy and Kimberly Kreps of Olympia. Soloist was miss Kathy Marth of Tacoma. Greg Stewart Pullman brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. Ushers were Steven Rosbach of Spokane Jeff Rosbach of Walla Walla and Jeff Stewart of Seattle. The Champagne reception followed the service at the St. Helens hotel in Chehalis. The couple left on a wedding trip to san Francisco. They will make a Home in Seattle where the Bride who graduated from the University of Washington is employed by k1ro television and Stewart is employed by Pacific Northwest Bell and attends the University of Washington. Karen Marinsic weds Phiiip Ilsc. Cameron As advertised in to guide hard of hearing limited free offer have an actual size non operating Model of Bel tone s newest in the ear hearing Aid sent to you free i see How the tiny Presto can bids entirely in your ear. Where even your own family May have look twice to Tell you re wearing it Presto weighs just Over ounce yet it s Deal for mild nerve deafness. Send for your exact size non operating Presto replica today and yours free but act now Supply limited. A borrowed Cross necklace a slue Garter and a kiss for Luck helped carry out the wedding tradition for Karen Diane Marinsic of Centralia when she became the Bride sept. 23 of Phillips Charles Cameron of Chehalis. For her wedding the Bride Given in marriage by her brother John m. Marinsik chose a White brocade floor length gown fashioned with Long Bell sleeves. She carried a bouquet of red roses with Ivy and Gold ribbon streamers. The Bride daughter of mrs. John f. Marinsic of Tacoma is a graduate of Adna High school and is a student at Centralia College where she is employed part time. Her bridegroom a graduate of w. F. West High school in Chehalis is employed by the Weyerhaeuser company. He is the son of or. And mrs. Phillips e. Cameron of Chehalis. Two baskets of red and Golc Gladiolus accented with rec carnations and Gold daisies ant Gold ribbon decorated the Westminster presbyterian Church in Chehalis for the 8 a. Service. Two 18-Branch candelabrum with White wed Ding candles and red ribbon on the pews completed the Church decorations. The Rev. James f. Scott read the double ring service. Miss Jill e. Johnson of Ellensburg was maid of Honor. She wore a Gold brocade Empire styled gown fashioned with red velvet Bow and ribbon streamers in Back of the floor length gown. She carried a bouquet of red carnations and Gold streamers. Bruce l. Flugel of Mon Tesano was Best Man. Ushers were Ron keen and Jim Bridges of Chehalis. After the reception in the Church s Whitworth Hall the bridal party retired to the Cameron Home to open wedding gifts. The newlyweds will make at Home in Centralia. When the couple left on a wedding trip the Bride had changed to a Black sleeveless dress with White Collar and accent buttons with White accessories. Or. And mrs. Ronald Allan Mcewen or. And mrs. Phillips Charles Cameron twins club welcomes mothers mrs. Barry Rowland of Chehalis and mrs. Myra Black Dum of Centralia were welcomed As new members at the meeting oct. 20 of the mothers of twins club. The group met at the Home of mrs. Charles Rector in Centralia. Mrs. James Kopa president was in charge of the meeting which included planning a halloween party on oct. 24. Mrs. Charles Rector social chairman is in charge of arrangements. Parents will meet at the Home of mrs. Steve Germeau at . Nov. 14 for a party at the Centralia eagles club later in the evening. Mrs. Henry Sexsmith was appointed Sunshine chairman. Mrs. Gilbert Kimbrough will be program chairman. The november meeting was scheduled at the Home of mrs. Jerry Studeman in Chehalis. Anyone interested in the mothers of twins club should Telephone mrs. James Kopa 736-7931, or mrs. Steve Ger Meau 736-9663. Hearing aids jul a North Purl jul Fitt Send ire free Tamal size Ting of beit firt Rew Preito j Sun steam cleaning heavy equipment autos Light equipment. Includes hot waxing. Steam cleaning of Industrial farm buildings. Also Complete janitorial service free estimates Walt s janitorial service 736-5619 members of the Winlock Garden club recently donated sum of to provide additional ornamental shrubs for the Entrance area at it. St. Helens High school. The project was part of the club s Community beautification program and includes planting of two Norway Spruce frees and several Tarn arborvitae according to mrs. Evelyn Driskell club Secretary. Tag a Long trailer club hears music special musical entertainment followed the potluck dinner meeting oct. 12 of the tag a Long trailer club. Members of mrs. Agnes Burger s accordion band played. Members Are Diane a Melli Diane Pallas. Kim Nic Mczick. Debbie Aldrich Mike Mcclelian Doug me Clellan. Lorea Craig. Danny King. Chris seines and Kenny la flaunt. After the accordion numbers. The Forest Grange musical group with Diane Roberts at the piano. John Estep on the Drums and Alan Roberts on the guitar entertained with several numbers. This group won slate Grange honors As a family musical group and will represent the Washington state Grange in rational Grange Competition at Boise Idaho. At the business meeting or and mrs. Owen Wicks Centralia or. And mrs. Lore Siep and or. And mrs. Do Roberts jr., Chehalis wer welcomed. Wagon master Ernie Larso reported on the Outing to the Wyno Ochee River. Al Riser Leon Albright Aaro new comic and John Limme were appointed to be in charge of the club s entry in the veterans Day Parade. Annual income of the unite nations children s fund is Les. Than the amount spent on Worl armaments in two hours. Bruce e. Coleman commissioner i 3rd District j demo. Pm. Pat. Adv. Amaranth hosts visitors mrs. Scott Meacham of Remerton and Leonard Cook of loses Lake grand Royal Matron and Patron of the grand court order of Amaranth made an official visit o Lewis court in Chehalis last week their 32nd Isit in the state. A potluck dinner preceded the Sandra Anderson sews gown for her wedding miss Sandra Anderson made Swiss dress and carried a meeting. The court also honoured its in grand officer mrs. Henry of Olympia who is assistant lecturer. Visitors attended the meeting r o m Tacoma Olympia Bremerton Winlock Longview lamas. The past matrons and patrons group will meet oct. 25 at the Robert Stewart Home n Rochester. The social club meet in november with Crumrine in philanthropic project is being discussed by court members. A vote will be taken in november. Mrs. Florence Chehalis. A permanent Ives w slate act her wedding gown and going away outfit for her wedding oct. 3 to Harry Eugene House son of or. And mrs. James e. House of Sulphur ind. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Francis Anderson of Chehalis. The Rev. C. S. Peterson of cited at the 8 . Double ring service at St. John s a Theran Church in Chehalis. The Church was decorated with assets of White Gladiolus and White and Blue carnations. The Bride made her floor length gown of White Satin with Ace sleeves and train. White roses circled the neckline and of the dress and train. Her was fastened to her dark hair by clusters if White roses and Orange blossoms. She carried a Buque of White roses and carnations. Her going away outfit a Princess styled of Lavender Anc Virple plaid Wool with Long sleeves. Her Corsage was o while Rose buds. Mrs. Larry Lowery o Olympia was Matron of Honor or her sister. Bridesmaid was a sister in Law of the Bride mrs. Wayne Anderson of Chehalis. They wore dresses of Pale Blus dotted Swiss and carried nosegay of Blue and White Ion mrs. Gary Dagnen was appointed chairman of the an Tique and Junque auction planned nov. 8 by members o the Grays Harbor Dairy wives meeting earlier this month a Brady Grange. The aug Tom is slated to begin at pin. At Wyno Ochee Grange. Persons wishing to donate tools Antiques Mil cans Wagon wheels and Ottie items for the auction wer asked to Call mrs. Dagnen 249 3512 or mrs. Raymond Badgett 482-2267 or mrs. Troy Vest 249 3597 or mrs. Bernard Barber or. And mrs. Bill Gordon am or. And mrs. Raymond Badgett were named to represent the Dairy wives and dairymen federation at the group s Slat convention nov. 10-h in Bellingham. New members welcomed Ari mrs. Margaret Ingham mrs Beverly Pennick and mrs. Irene Wentworth. With Blue Satin their headpieces carnations streamers were Blue velvet bows. Kirstin Schultz daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas Schultz was Flower girl. She wore a floor length Blue dotted Schultz visit in Minnesota Lasket of White Rose petals. Best Man was Bob Johnson of fort Lewis. Seating guests were Dale and Duke Anderson. The reception was held in the Church social Hall. The Bride is a graduate of w. F. West High school in Chehalis Centralia College and Western Washington state College Bellingham. She was employed by Lewis county medical association during the summer. She is now a teacher in Tillah wash., where the couple will make a Home. House is stationed at fort Lewis after service with the armed forces in Germany and Vietnam. He expects to be discharged in the near future. Primrose society elects mrs. Leroy Teasdale was elected president of the Lewis county Primrose society at the roup s october meeting at the we of mrs Henry Aldrich with mrs. Teasdale As hostess. Other newly elected officers Are mrs. Cecil Stewart Rice president and mrs. Henry Aldrich Secretary treasurer. Mrs. Herbert Dicksen of Cheaks announced the Board meeting of the National Primrose society would be held at her Home oct. 24. The local society s nov. 10 meeting will also be held at the Dicksen Home. The program feature was a slide presentation on primroses. Or. And mrs. Otto f. Schulz of Centralia have returned from a month Long visit with relatives in Minnesota. Six Brothers met for the first time since 1904. The Brothers Are Walter of Waconia minn., Herbert of Minneapolis minn., Otto of Centralia Oscar of Ogilvie minn., William of Bremerton and John of Vancouver. The family originally included an additional brother Frank who served with his six Brothers in world War i and three Sisters All of whom Are deceased. The Otto Schultz also visited Thier son Willard in Calgary Canada. He is assistant professor in the music depart recent at the University of Calgary. Glenoma club has work Day the Glenoma Garden club held a work Day at the borne of mrs. Thomason in handle. Members worked on bases for arrangers to sell at the state Holiday show at the olympic hotel in Seattle nov. S-10. Members met at and had a potluck luncheon those attending besides the hostess were mrs. John loosey mrs. C. M. Lowland mrs. Gene Peters mrs. Larry Larson mrs. Henry Luliner. The bases were not shaped and painted in colors suitable for arrangers to use

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