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Mr. and Mrs. John David Mock ghty-Mock vows said ptember 5 ceremony decorated the Bethle- Marysville, for the of Miss Debra Jovce and Mr. John David with Pastor David officiating. daughter of Mr. and of Everett. and Mr. Mock of Marysville are Her grand- grandmother is Mrs. Arlington. father, Miss Doughty gown of candlelight her, with a chapel hemline appliqued More of the lace carried cascading roses. She also lace handker- Chris Groce and were bridesmaids, Peach floral chiffon, with handkerchief hemlines, and carrying yellow roses. Tim Hoehner stood as bestman and Ken Mock and Mike Doughty were grooms- men, wearing chocolate brown tuxedos and peach colored ruffled shirts. The bridegroom wore an ivory tuxedo with cutaway jacket. Families of the couple hosted a buffet reception after the ceremony in the American Legion Park hall. Everett. Following a wedding trip to the San Juan Islands, the new Mr. and Mrs. Mock are making their first home in Arlington. The bride is a graduate of Everett High School, also Everett Community College, and earned a BA degree from Central Washington University, Eilensburg. She is assistant manager of Pacific Iron's Fabric World in Bellevue. The bridegroom graduated from Marysville-Pilchuck High School and attended Everett Communi~ College. He is employed with O'Day Distributing Company in Arlington. rs attend conference County Exten- attended the 29th ee of Washington State The theme: "Today's World" was carried to family life. helped with the theme Children their own material May was installed arts chairman. named assistant National according to an ames Jones, manager, bank's University was to at the Lynnwood to Arlington the Univer- As state subscription chairman. Marge CatteralL of Arlington co-chaired the public information workshop. Signe Moser of Arlington helped organize the safety workshop urging us all to "Buckle up for Safety". Moser is the new state safety chairman. Margaret Hedeen of Snoho- mish. the state treasurer, conducted the workshop for county treasurers. Ruth Ellen Wagner of Marysville presented a two-part workshop entitled "Financial Planning - Women and the Law". Snohomish County was recognized with several state awards: honorable mention for membership, chairman Veriine Swan- son of Sultan; second place for public information, chairman Vi Cottrell of Snohomish; second place in safety, chairman Signe Moser; and first place for scholarship, chairman Joedelle Fraser. Snohomish County Extension Homemak- ers Council annually raises money through Holiday Flair (a craft demonstration for do-it-yourselfers) and at the Evergreen State Fair to give scholarships to local students - two $500 scholarships for 1982. Last year; Tim Hart of Arlington won a $350 homemakers scholarship. Moser has announced her state safety theme for 1982 as "Safety Today for a Safer Tomorrow". She will emphasize first aid training, railroad crossing safety, use 'of seat belts and respect for handicap- ped parking spaces. Karen May in 1982 will emphasize in her state program the unique cultural arts and activities of the Northwest in general and Washington State in particular. ~NING *29" tll ~~~ toSp.m. : Call 435-2904 Christmas craft fair scheduled Handmade Christmas decorations and gifts will be featured at the Country Christmas Crafts Fair, being held at the Country Living Shoppe, 514 State Avenue, Marysville, this Friday and Saturday. "This is going to be quite an event," commented Bruce Christensen, event coordinator, "there are going to be church, civic and senior citizen organiza- tions here displaying the handmade crafts they have worked so long to make. Not only are they wonderful to look at, you really end up admiring all of the dedication it takes to produce these beautiful things." "The Country Living Shoppe is sponsor- ing the event," Christensen explained, "but the exhibitors keep all of the proceeds. We didn't even charge them for space rental. We are looking at this as a way for us to support local non-profit organizations." Childbirth classes Childbirth Education Association will begin an early pregnancy class December 3 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Everett General Hospital. The three-week class will deal with body changes, exercise, childbirth and other areas of interest to women in the early stages of pregnancy. Due to the holidays the regularily scheduled introductory to prepared child- birth class will be cancelled for the months of November and December. The next class will be held Thursday, Jan. 28, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Everett General Hospital. For more information about childbirth classes available, contact Childbirth Edu- cation Association at 347-5366. The Country Living Shoppe is located right across the street from the City Park in downtown Marysviile. The Country Christmas Crafts Fair will be opened Friday, Nov. 20, from i0 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is no admission charge. For further information, call Christen- sen at 659-8416. Ag. plan hearing set The Snohomish County Office of Com- munity Planning has issued the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the proposed Agricultural Preservation Plan. The FEIS describes the environmental and economic impacts of the proposal and includes all letters received by the Planning Office from interested parties. The plan " will direct county policy regarding uses of agricultural land and will affect the amount of land available for food production in Snohomish County. The proposed plan and Final EIS have been submitted to the Snohomish County Planning Commission. The commission will hold a public hearing on the plan Tuesday. Nov. 24, at 1:30 p.m. in the Ginni Stevens Memorial Hearing Room, first floor, County Administration Build- ing, Everett. Copies of the Agricultural Preservation Plan and the Final EIS are available for public review at local libraries and city halls. Copies of either can be purchased from the Office of Community Develop- ment, fourth floor. County Administration Building (Plan - Sb; FEIS - $5). Questions concerning the plan or the hearing should be addressed to Matthew Clark at 25g-0313, Office of Community Planning. Gold Star Mothers Berniece Enselman and Audis Anderson were honored Wednesday. Nov. 1 !. at a Veterans' Day dinner sponsored by Buyer Daniel VFW Post ! 561 and Auxiliary at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall. 3rd and McLeod Sts.. Arlington. Menu for the dinner featured, turkey and all the trimmings. Heard... Officers elected The Shohomish County Dairy Wives met November I0 and elected the following new officers: Anita Klein of Arlington. president: Bobble Walker of Stanwood. vice president; Loretta Forar of Arlington. secretary; and Carolyn Glover of Lake Stevens. treasurer. The officers will be installed at a Christmas party Tuesday, Dec. 8. at the home of Janet Stangeland in: Stanwood. Travel club The Masonic Travel Club 'held its annual Thanksgiving party November 15 at the home of Loetta Jones at Smokey Point. Among those attending from this area were Mr, and Mrs. Albert C. Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Peterson. California visit Richard Kiesser returned last week from a visit to Anaheim. Calif.. where he was with his brother Rob. They went to Disneyland and over to Las Vegas for a day, It rained the day he arrived, for the first time in six months. New officers .The Royal Arch Masons held installa- tion of officers Saturday evening in Snohomish Masonic Temple. Several local men were seated, including Lewis T. Wright. high priest: Albert (Bud) Bowles, principal sojourner; Albert Bowles Sr., royal arch captain; and Bernard Peterson. king. Their families attended the rites which were followed by refreshments. Fidelity ehalpter meets Fidelity Chapter 78. Eastern Star. will meet Wednesday evening, Nov. 18, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. Degree exemplified The National Grange Convention was held last week in Spokane. The seventh degree was exemplified Saturday night and among those going over were George Espe. Don Wright. Albert (Bud) Bowles of Marysville and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hafterson. rhe Arlington TIMES - Wed., Nov. 18, 1981 - 5 Hair Fair proudly welcomes to our staff MARY ANN RISPENS, who joins our other two operators Linda and BrL, nda - in wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving with these HOLIDAY SPECIALSI SENSOR PERMS ..... 1 5 % OFF ALL OTHER PERMS ..... $ 5 OFF 10 % DISCOUNT TO SENIOR CITIZENS Offer ~ thru November'30 Hair Fair ,Ead&VeraRotheriCk,owners) HOURS: Monday thru Saturday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Evening Appointments on Request 434 West Ave. -- Arlington -- 435-4242 , Thanksgiving service There will be a service of grateful thankfulness. "Filled to overflowing," with the feast of the Lord Wednesday, Nov. 25. at the Peace Lutheran Church in Silvana at 8 p.m. The offering will be for World Hunger through the American Lutheran Church. The food banks in Snohomish County have become almost completely depleted. i, iii ii i I i Bank of Stanwood MEMBERS ENJOY: No charge personal checking No charge traveler's checks No char~ cashier's checks No Charge Notary Service $10,000 accidental death insurance Nationwide check cashing Special discounts And that's lust half the good ne~sl All for $4 a month. Visit the Bank of Stanwood for the full stow. Then join the club-where you Come First! Member FDIC Bank of Stanwood Downtown Stanwood * 629-2141 Smokey Point, Lakewood * 659-8525 or 652-7555 i There is a box for this purpose in the Narthex of the Silvana Peace Lutheran i I i Bazaar slated Xi Delta Alpha. Marysville chapter of 1 Beta Sigma Phi. presents its third holiday bazaar and lunch November 21 at the Marysville Junior High School from l0 a,m. to 4 p.m. and exhibitors. Hot dogs, soup. coffee, 70 OFF1 milk, juice and dessert will be available all day. Proceeds go to local charities. i SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE - ; , ..... : m The following babies were born recently [ at Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington: A daughter was born November 4 to ville.Michael and Rosemary, Fisher of .arys- IIIIIi I I CO OP SUPPLY A daughter ~as born November 4 to u, | Bruce and Gall Bartlett of Arlington. I., !:1~, '~ 84fh & Hi.ay 99 i A son was born November 6' to James II m| It I1 and Connie Adams of Snohomish. II II'~ I I M 59 3 A son was born November 8 to Charles ARYSVILLE, WASH. 6~ -12 6I and Tina Boone of Darrington. PRE-HOLIDAY SAVINGS WORTH $10 Clip and bring in the Som's $10 & .save on all Our dress western boats, h~.s:.smacks, shirts, many new w,nter arrivals, just a few examPle, l~, o: ;ey~ "- MARYSVlLLE STORE ONLY ut'sWmtacaWur 1092 STATE AVE., MAR YSVILL E * 659-451S