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The Arlington TIMES - Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1983 - 5 a f (Editor's Note: this is the second of a five-part series.) er-Vincent married ay in Darrington r) Roxanne Engfer, and Linda Hall, son of Maurice of Darringtun were II at 5 p.m. at First of Candielighters Mellssa Engfer. handled by Shellie and John poured. Lucilla made the three- fountain under it mostly from the Deannie Kounter the futherest to from Marysvi]le- in 1980 and is at the Timberline graduated from in 1960, is a Reserve and the and is by Summit Timber. was fashioned from with three tiers of lace on the skirt. The sweetheart neckline was formed by the full length lace sleeves sweeping up the arm from gathered ruffles at the wrist to meet the edge of the bodice and continue around the hack of the neck with a full lace rut- fie. The fitted bodice was organza with an overlayment of lace with seed pearls in a sunburst pattern starting at the bodice and continuing to the merry widow waistline. The brides veil was hand made as a gift to the bride by the bride's aunt Lucille Scott, and was made of organza and lace Wailing down the bride's hack and held in place by a tiara made of silk and organza roses, with satin ribbon and seed pearls. The bride's bouquet was made of tiny rosebuds, silk flowers and satin ribbons with seed pearls. Julie Reece the matron of honor was dressed in a floor length baby blue satin with a tie sash with an 8 inch lace ruffle along the "v" neckline and cascading over the shoulders. The neckline of the dress continued up with see-throngh lace to a high Victorian collar with satin but- tons from the top of the collar to the low "v" of the bodice. ay set for Sunday Owners are spon- of 1983 Sunday, Darrington Rodeo Western Games the club grounds for a and riding, so the playday should be as team events, and the baton race for a four-man run. Pdbbeus will be awarded to five places and trophies given to those placing highest in the club's final three playdays. For information on the playday ac- tivities, call 436-1225. By Evangeline Storwick This summer Olive Rod went to Nor- way for the eighth time. She left Van- couver July 13 on Scandinavian Airlines for Gardermeen, an airport northeast of Oelo. The flight took seven hours and 50 minutes. "It was a pleasant surprise to discover my cousin and his wife there to meet me. That was much bettor than going to Oslo on the airport bus as I had planned," she said. From Gardermoen to Oslo was about an hour's drive. This area known as Romerike is noted for its fme farms. After Olive had registered at the Neron- na Hotel, her relatives took her to their home for supper. The next morning she left for Sauda located on an island near Stavanger. She planned to spend three days there visiting with her husband Clifford's fami- ly. To get there she had to use seven con- veyances. She took a taxi to the city air terminal, the airporter to Fornubu, the plane to Scla (the Stavanger airport), and a taxi to the boat terminal. Then followed a three-honr boat ride to Sauda. As soon as she stepped ashore she hur- ried into a taxi to get to the Grand Hotel. "I had only a light jacket and an um- brella to protect me from the wind and rain because someone had taken my coat between Fornebu and Sola," she said. In her haste to get out of the weather relatives didn't find her at the wharf. But luckily she had informed them that she would be at the betel, and they came to get her there. Olive has been to Sauda many times. Tbe says it is a beautiful boat trip in and out among the islands. She glimpsed many little isolated farms high up on steep mountain sides. But in spite of their remoteness, they all have electricity and telephones. Again using seven conveyances, Olive returned to Oslo. The next day she took the train to Oppdal, traveling through historic Gudbrandsdal, "the valley of valleys." Olive's mother came from Opp- dal so she has many relatives there who always look forward to her visits. Translated Oppdal means "high valley." It is a popular ski resort area. When she arrived at 8 p.m. on July 17 a group of 15 relatives stood out on the plat- form in the cold rain waiting for her. The next day it snowed. Olive came down town and bought a new coati Rain was mixed with snow showers for four days and snow lay low on the surrounding foothills. "It was a coincidence that when I was in Oppdal five years ago it also snowed on July 18," she said. On July 30 Olive was surprised to learn that she was the honor guest at a formal a.m., the club plans international harreis, Idaho turn as individual and rescue race 90th Big Lake will at an open , Big Lake 4 p.m. Hosting the Fern Pyke, Durward Wise, the Arlington area moving north. Gifts PTA teacher Thurs. will sponsor a dinner on Thurs- at 6 p.m., in School's at speaker, Margie 7 Vice Presi- Dave La- and staff !| I| MS EP DO MARYSVILLE 1062 STATE ST. * 659-7932 Clothing Furniture For Prompt Pickup of your Housewores Misc. TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION Rebuilt Mattress Sets call 355-3504 NOW FREE ESTIM Prompt & Efficient Roy WenzeI--OWNERS--Gary Waiters 5529-47thAve. N.E. Morysville Lic. lNorthC-213KS p A U P D P R 0 V E D Zto a friends about PTA and Glass Doors )stats N.E, Suslneu Park) COMMUNITY MEETINGS Commur/ mr The Citizens' Advisory Committee of Community Transit will hold its September meeting ARLINGTON CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS CITY HALL (UPSTAIRS) 3rd and Olympic WED., SEPT. 21,8:00 p.m. Community Transit patrons and in- terested citizens are encouraged to at- tend this meeting. dinner at the Nor Hotel. Eighty-two relatives had assembled to express their appreciation of her visit. A program had been planned. Olive had been asked to sing and she chose "Nidelven" and "How Great Thou Art" (Norwegian version). She also played the accompaniment for a cousin's violin solo. As a good-by gift she was presented with a book titled "Norway from the Air." All who attended wrote their autographs in the book. After the entertainment, coffee and 14 boltkaer (cream cakes) were served. She took a quick trip to Siette in Meldal southwest of Trondhoim. This was where her father was from. When Olive was a year old her parents returned to Norway and they stayed in Melds] until she was years old. She enjoyed a visit with one of her early playmates. Her final stop was in Lillenammer for a stay with Bjorg Mob.n, a cousin who had visited the Rods three years ago. The weather was beautiful, just right for go. Ing to Lillchammer's famous outdoor museum, Maihaugen. The Mchns also took her for a drive further up in the hills above Mailmngen. She had a sweeping view of the valley and Mjesa, Norway's largest lake. Throughout the years Olive and Clif- ford Rod have had visitors from Norway. They met many people here and the following asked Olive to greet the friends they made here: from Oppdal - Inger and Bjorg Gorsetsetor and Inger Bjorn- dalsetor; from Lillehammer- Bjorg Bjorndaiseter Mohn; and from Skaun - Lars and Inger Skagset. From Lillehammer it was a two-hour drive hack to Gardermeen. Much of this drive was along Lake Mjosa. Olive Husby reunion A most enjoyal le day was held on followed by a brief program, reminiscing Saturday, July 23 when the families of the and pictures. Family members present late pioneers Ole K. and Nettie Husby met were from Texas, Colorado. California, for a family reunion. The event was held at Canada and Washington. the Viking Hall in Silvana. Mrs. Nina Peterson and Mrs. Evelyn Husby were the Arranging tiffs special day ~ere Nadine guests of honor. Arness of California, Florence Jordan of A delicious buffet dinner was served Seattle and Olive Maurstad of Arlington. returned to her farm home between Arl- ington and Silvana Aug. 9. "Moneywise this was a good year for Americans to go to Norway," Olive said. "The exchange rate had climbed to 7.6 crowns to the dollar before I left. One relative told me I made money while I was sleeping." She said the four weeks went by very fast, but thought it was the best of all her trips. Already she is talking about going again. She would like to take a little more time to visit historic places in addition to seeing her numerous kinfolk. Girl Scouts, Brownies seeking new members Interested in the Girl Scouts, Cadets or Brownies? Prospective new members are invited to sign up this Thursday, September 1Sth at 7 p.m. in the in- termediate school library on North French. These organizations are open to girls ages 6-18 years old. ip with FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th & French, Ar!ington PASTOR : Gary Radmacher SUNDAY SCHOOL ............... , .... 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ..... 1]:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ....... 6:30 p.m. All Welcome I IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHQL!C .CHURCH 1200 E. Fifth St., Arlington, 435-8565 SUNDAY MASS SERVICES 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m PASTOR: Oliver Duggan ST. JOHN MARY VIANNEY CATHOLIC CHURCH Darrington WEEKEND MASS SATURDAY ....... 5:30 p.m. ARLINGTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2nd & Stillaguamish, Arlington, 435-2094 PASTOR: M.B. Delgatty CHURCH SCHOOL .................... 9:45 a.m. WORSHIP HOUR .................... 10:50 a.m. WORSHIP 8, INSPIRATION .......... 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Family Night ......... 7:00 p.m. WOMEN'S MINISTRIES ist& 3ra Thu~s ~ 10:00 am ARLINGTON UNITED CHURCH 4th & McLeod, 435-3259 PASTOR: Paul L. Walker SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:30 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP ............... 11:00 a.m. Wed. Middle School youth group ..... 5-6:30 p.m. Thurs. Men's Prayer Breakfast ........ 6:00 a.m. Fri. Senior High Prayer group ......... 6:45 a.m. BURN ROAD BIBLE CHURCH 13810 Burn Road, Arlington Ephesians 2:8.9 "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: It is the gift of God not of works; lest any man should boast" PASTOR: Ray Leonard, 691-6863 or 435-8764 i FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 4th & Dunham, Arlington SUNDAY SCHOOL..., .............. 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP HOUR .......... 11:00 a,m. WEDNESDAY TE IMONY MEETING. 8 p.m. Child Care You are lovingly invited SMOKEY POINT COMMUNITY CHURCH (Christian & Missionary Alliance) "= th Ave. NE, Arlington, 659-2844 PASTOR: Mike Gower ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Steve Wile SUNDAY SCHOOL ......................... 9:45 MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00 EVENING SERVICE ......................6:30 FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 1424 172nd Street N E - Lakewood- 652-8013 PASTOR: David Herwick SUNDAY WORSHI P SERVICE8:00 & 10:30 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:00 a.m. VICTORIA CHAPEL ( Bryant Grange Hall) PASTOR: Chuck IBarnett ............... 435-8311 SUNDAY SCHOOL ................. .. " :45 a.m. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ..... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING .................6:00 p.m. BIBLE STUDY & JUNIOR CHOIR .... 5:00 p.m. I _i 'UI '1~' I III I I II I ATONEMENT LUTHERAN CHURCH Presently Meeting At New Middle School (end of E. 5th, Arlington) MORN I NG $1BLE STUDY... . ......... 10 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE .............. : .... 11 a.m. PASTOR : Richard Anderson, 334-1911,. Assistant To Pastor: Dave Russum ..... 435-9306 Member of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations. OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 615 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, 435-3792 PASTOR: Emery Rohde SUNDAY WORSHI P SERVICE ...... 9 & 11 a.m. HOLY COMMUN ION ......... 1st & 3rd Sundays CHRISTIAN PRE-SCHOOL (Sept. thru May) EDUCATION FOR ALL AGES ........ 9:45 a.m. FREE METHODIST CHURCH 730 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, 435-3809 PASTOR : Harold Hagglund WORSHIP SERVICE & SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:30 & 11 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE .................... ,. 6:30 WEDNESDAY, Family Night, programs for all ages ............................... 7:00 p.m. SMOKEY POINT CHURCH OF CHRIST Meeting at the Stillaguamish Senior Center 18308 35th Ave. NE, Arlington SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY ............. 9:30a.m.. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 10:30 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ...... 600 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Bible Study ........... 700 p.m For information, call 435 9866 PILCHUCK VALLEY CHAPEL Hwy. 92 & 75th NE, Lake Stevens 691-7744 or 334-9558 d PASTOR: Jon Blanck SUNDAY SCHOOL...9:15 a.m. WORSHI P SERVICE10:30 a.m. Sunday evening services 6 p.m. Wednesday family night. 7 p.m. - OSO COMMUNITY CHAPEL 22318 Hwy. 530, Oso, 435-9663 PASTOR: David Hovik SUNDAY WORSHIP ................. 10:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY ........ 7:30 p.m. Nursery Provided SU NDAY EVENING, 6 p.m. (children's choir) , ( SISCO HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CHURCH 15029 McEIroy Road, Arlington, 435-4384 PASTOR: Darcy E. Haisley FIRST SERVICE ..................... 9:00 a.m. ADULT & YOUTH BI BLE CLASSES.. 10:00 a.m. SECOND SERVICE .................. 11:00 a.m. PRE-SERVICE PRAYER ............. 6:00 p.m. EVENING SERVICE ................. 6:30 p.m. P.M, Services. Adult Bible Class, Royal Rangers & Missionette$ SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Burke & Talcott, Arlington PASTOR : Mike Edge SABBATH SCHOOL ............. ..... 9:30 a.m. SATURDAY CHURCH ............... 11:00 a.m. Pastor's PhOne 435-8305- Church Phone: 435-9381 All are welcome! BETHEL CHAPEL 4V= mi. east of Bryant on Grandview Rgad p^,TOR: Richard L. Baxter SUNDAY SCHOOL ................. : 10 00 a.m. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ...... 11:00 a.m. Pastor's Phone: 435-2970