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Kathleen Holland and Paul Harmon united in Burien Catholic Church St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church was the scene of the recent wedding of Kathleen Amata Holland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Holland, Burien, and John Paul Harmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Har- mon, Bridgeport. The bride chose to wear the wedding gown Mrs. Harmon had sewn for her daughter Barbara. It was of white mystique sheer velvet and featured a bishop collar with rose patterned lace trimming the long full sleeves, the bodice and around the skirt and train. Her veil was multi-layered, trimmed with seed pearls and attached to a lace bead- piece. She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow rose buds, white carnations and daisies. Bridal attendants for their sister were Maureen Kirstin Holland, maid of honor; Margaret Ann Holland, Mary Teresa VaUery and Julie Anne Holland were bridesmaids. The sisters wore gowns of pale blue crepe-back satin with lace bodices, full sleeves, sashes at the waist, tied in bows in back. They carried daisies and carnations. Malcolm L. Townsend served as best man for his uncle while Paul's brothers Rex and Peter Harmon and brother-in-law John Sletten were groomsmen. They wore tailored grey tuxedos. Sabrina Vallery, niece of the bride, and Barbara Slet- ton, niece of the groom, both wearing long pale blue eyelet dresses trimmed with lace ruffles were flower girls. Tony Zizak, nephew of the groom, wearing a miniature tuxedo patterned aRer those of the grooms- men, carried the rings on a Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Harmon satin pillow. The three children preceded the bride, who was accompanied down the aisle to the altar by her father, George Holland, where he gave his daughter in marriage. John Harmon, father of the groom, sang "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" by Charles Gounod. This was the scripture chosen by the bride and groom from the biblical story of Ruth. Kathleen's sister, Margaret Holland sang "Ave Maria" by Bach-Gounod. Both were accompanied on the organ by Margaret Bocek. The bride's brother, Mark Holland, read scriptures from both the Old and New Testaments. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Sletton and children, Barbara, Eric and Marcus, Phoenix, Arizona, and Mr. and Mrs. Steven Vallery and children, Sabrina and Christopher from South Solon, Ohio. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents on Lake Burien with a lun- cheon buffet catered by Mrs. Darlene Bode. Assisting in serving were Elizabeth Grzy- bowski, Rex Morris, Deb- bie Ehri, Joey Dare, Jenny Dare, Roy Ellingsen, Vicky Frohrech, Myra Zizak, Sarah Rose, Millie Johnson and Maureen Holland. Kathieen graduated from John F. Kennedy, High School in Burien and at- tended the University of Washington. Paul graduated from Bridgeport High School in 1977 and from the Univer- sity of Washington in June, 1981, with a degree in engineering. He is now em- ployed at the Hewlett Packard Medical Products pladt in McMinnville, Oregon. After a wedding trip along the Oregon Coast the young couple are now at home in McMinnville, Oregon. Brewster Garden Club sponsors Camp Fire group Brewster Garden Club met Friday morning, November 20 at the home of Janet Hamilton. The club voted to donate $25 to sponsor the Camp Fire group which is led by Mary Sinclair. The resignation of Ruby Belousek was accepted with regret. Vice-president Rags Mac will take over the chair until a replacement is made. The next meeting of the club will be changed from December 4 to December 3 due to conflict with the Flea Market. It will be an after- noon meeting at the home of Dorothy Kline. Members , who, have things that are to be sold at the Flea Market are asked to bring them to the Kline home or they can take them to the Grange hall the next morning. Refreshments were served to Irma McKinnon, Eleanor Hutchison, Minnie Mar- .......... llesseau, Dorothy Kllne, Hilma Pryor, Ruby Belousek, Rags Moe, Lorraine Patrick, Anna Stern and the hostess, Janet Hamilton. Brewster Grangers draped their charter Thurs- day night in memory of three fellow members lost within the past month: Bill Adams, Lew Adams, and Mary Knowlton. The Flea Market commit- tee announced 18 booths spoken for, and the kitchen group hope for donations and help. These dates are December 4 and 5. Watch the next issue fvr timing on both days. The Christmas party is scheduled for December 10, and will begin with a potluck supper, followed by a program, gift exchange and treats. Families and friends are expected. A Camp Fire group will be again sponsored by the Grange. Bob Umberger, of Grange Insurance, spoke on $500 scholarships being granted. He praised home smoke detectors as being a great safety aid. Election of officers resulted in many hold-overs, with Master Jack Shaw Brewstdr Grange drapes charter N visits Friday to Sunday guests at retaining his position. Mary for all subordinates who can the Fay Windle home were Adams will act as the new arrange to participate will Mr. Windle's niece, Maxine Lecturer, in charge of be held at Oroville, Decem- and husband Harold programs, ber6 at2:00, withe dinner to Erickson of Kimberly, An installation ceremony follow. Idaho. Weiner roast Roy Essary and Rev. Jerry Lewis/droVe pickups loaded with/hay and young people from the Bridgeport Assembly pf God Church to the Knapp ranch where they had a weiner roast and an evening f singing. Those at- tending included Mark Gallup Jerry Plumb, Holly Holbrpok, Lori Benson, Sherrf BerrY, Eva Janetos, Roberta Essary, Geri Huff, Dennis Ohlhanser and Anita Johnson. Quick trip Tom and Jan Plumb made a quick trip to Port Orchard recently to see his mother, who had fallen and hurt her- self. They also visited their daughter, Tammle, who just had her 23rd birthday and lives in Port Orchard. A Kero-Sun Portable Heater is a real comfort in emergencies, Keeping a Kero-Sun Portable Heater in your house makes a reat deal of sense these days. ecause they don't depend on electricity, these handy units can keep you warm and comfortable during an unexpected emergency such as a power outage. There are 9 different models to suit your individual needs from the super powerful Omni 105 to the super compact Omni 15. And our Moon- lighter model provides heat and light--plus cooking surface! ever you need heat, and keep your thermostat turned down. See a demonstration today. ;::i '" ":::4. .z.:z'.,. ' ';f Because you don't have money to burn. And to save money, you can _ . _ I place one of these heaters wher- IIrwsmr llra.llS SUlIIIlY gO. Corn Brewster Washington ePhone 689 2423 I Where the Customer is the pany ' i , " q :atholic ladies host at Harmony House The Sacred Heart Church Altar Society of Brewster hosted the Birthday Party at Harmony House November 20. Ladies involved were Helen Oswald, Florence Schutter, Myrtle Morris, Rosella Dundas, Isabelle Deffland, Helen Reichert, Vi Smith, Mona Divis, Mary Webster, Gen Isensee, Kim La Vallie, Alice Michel, Bonnie Michel, Barb Gibb and Mary Oswald. Also visiting was Father Joe Bell. Davy and Corey Gibb along with Jessica House sang Happy Birthday. They brought cupcakes and ice cream. Also fresh cut chrysanthemums for the birthdays and people at the party. Birthday people were Esther Munson 90, Dorothy Manke 95, Leslie Flynn 77, Knute Pearson 86, Esther Monroe 80. Each person also received a special card from the Altar Society. Methow club making , mrlstmas stockings Methow Community Club ning working on net met Wednesday, November stockings. 18 at the home of Fanny Ton- The members will meet at seth. The club members met 9:30 December 2 at the home at 9:30 and hostess Fanny of Anna Brown, where they Tonseth served coffee cake, will fill the stockings with doughnuts and tea and cof- goodies in preparation for fee. Santa's visit December 20 at the club house aRer the This year the members nativity pageant, an annual are making the candy bags event by the Methow out of red and green net and Evangelical Methodist the members spent the mot'- Church. Ouad-Clty Herald Pinochle Brewster, Bridgeport, Pateros Senior Center held their weekly pinochle party last Friday with four tables at play. Ralph Wright and Eva Young won high, Walter Kulp and Fayabolle Stranne, low; Hildur Staten kept the traveler and Skook Hunter drew the door prize. Chairpersons Don and Nellie Evans plan another party this weekend at 7:30 p.m. There will be grocery type prizes and they extend a welcome to anyone who needs something to do over the Thanksgiving weekend to come Join the fun. "To choose time is to save time." Franms Bacon November 26. 1981 Page S Blue Birds make tray favors Brewster third grade Blue Bird group made tray favors and delivered them to the hospital for Thanksgiving. Members are Tracy Mac Dougal, Alisa Shenyer, Alexandria Gomez, Nickie Bigelow, and Jennifer Riggan. Leader is Debbie Riggan. Retreat Susan and Slobhan Preston attended a retreat at Camp Field near Leaven- worth this weekend. Order Holiday Flowers Now We'have Plants, Flowers : ': and Accessories in Stock , Elliott's Flower Shop Brewster Wa. 689-2378 Flea Market scheduled for Brewster Grange Brewster Grange 1018 will sold along with candy, Avon sponsor its annual Christ- on Friday, used books, tale mas flea market onFriday, craft plants and baked December 4 from 12:00 noon goods. to 7 : 3O p.m. and on Saturday, Pie and coffee will be December 5 from 10:00 a.m. available throughout the day until4:00p.m, both days with lunch and Handmade items for dinner available Friday and giving and decorating will be Saturday. I I Save Money on Your Phone Bill - If you customer, TOLL-PAC may allow you to save money on your monthly telephone bill. You select up to three communities within a 40-mile radius and save 40% off the normal daytime station rate with this op- tional one-way calling plan. 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