Newspaper Archive of
Marysville Globe
Marysville, Washington
Lyft
December 14, 1983     Marysville Globe
PAGE 14     (14 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 14     (14 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 14, 1983
 

Newspaper Archive of Marysville Globe produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




14--The GLOBE Wednesday, December 14, 1983 New Beginnings to feature speaker New Beldnninss, a special program Upon the decision you make about who for single adults, will feature Dianne you are; to live your own life you must . Valla speaking on creative life design discover what it is you want and pay at- for singles at the Dec. 18 meeting, tention to it; to discover what you Valla, from the Foundation for want, you must discover who you real- Research in Creativity, ['eturns to share ly are; to discover who you really are, the next phase in "Self Discovery -- you must learn to pay attention to the You Are What You Pay Attention real you and ignore the you that you To." She had spoken earlier on a dif- think others want you to be. ferent phase of the same series. Refreshments and socializing begins New Beginnings is held every first at6:30p.m. The program is held from and third Sunday, October through 7-9 p.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran June, from 7-9 p.m. at the church. Church, 215 Mukilteo Blvd., in Ever-. Workshops, conducted by area profes- rett. There is a small admission price, sionals, cover a wide range of personal Among the points Valla will be ad- and inter-personal topics of special in- dressing are: the life you live depends terest to single adults. Registration open for childbirth class Childbirth Education Association of ing excercises; physical and emotional Snohombh County is now taking changes of pregnancy; breast and bot- r eglst.~tions for expectant couples with tie feeding; normal newborns and ~arcn and April due dates for day postpartum. classes. The class will be held on Saturday Film devicting actual childbirth will mornings, beginning in January. The be shown. Also included as part of the class are a labor manual, labor guide, andagnt'weekrelaxationCUrSetechniquesWill cover frombreathingthe informational handouts and the use of Lamaze method of prepared aclass reference library. JEFFERY KYLE BUSCH will childbirth; what to expect from the A non-refundable registration feed is be honored on his first birthday, medical team during childbirth; role of charged at the time of registration. December 15, young man the year the labor partners; anatomy; the birth Class cost is due at the first class. To old. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike process; variations in labor and register or form more information call Busch. Grandparents are Mr. and delivery; medications; body condition- 508-6719 or 34%5306. Mrs. Raymond Busch and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McCluskey. Cradle Roll Great grandmothers are Mrs. Helen Brown and Mrs. Polly Lewis. A BOY was born to Steven and Nan- A GIRL was born to Marc and cyCox, Marysville, Dec. 5, 1983. Kathieen Savoie, Marysville, Dec.1983. 7, IL)'r' bituari A GIRL was born to Bobby and A GIRL was born to Gregory and (~S Donna1983. Hnghes, Marysville, Dec. 6, Linda Meshke, Marysville, Dec. 7, 1983. A GIRL was born to Kelli Donnelly, A TWIN BOY & GIRL were born to DONALD DERGANC Marysville, Dec. 6, 1983. Kurt and Susan Cabal, Marysville, Donald Derganc, 92, of Marysville, Dec. 7, 1983. died Dec. 10, 1983, in MarysviUe. A GIRL was born to Kevin and A BOY was born to John and Lisa He was born Dec. 22, 1891, in Arlene Klemmen, Marysville, Dec. 7, Aller-Larson, Marysville, Dec. 8, 1983. Semich, Austria and had lived in Marysville for the past 43 years. He 1983. A GIRL was born to James and was a member of Snohomish Eagles. A BOY was born to Steven and Candace Lennox, Marysville, Nov. 25, He leaves his wife, Julia at home; Susan Pursel, Marysville, Dec. 7, 1983. 1983. three daughters, Julia Hafensher of it di th gh h lid Bellflower, Calif., Molly Kurke of Tmns a me rou o ays Marysville and Rose Bly of Everett; son, Rudolph J. Derganc of Maple Holiday season non-peak hours and from 6 p.m. until the end of the Shade, New Jersey; nine grand- become bargain times for Community day's run on weekdays. The special children, 23 great-grandchildren; and Transit riders with the announcement fare includes all day on Saturdays. one-great-great-grandchild. of a special holiday season "dime The special fare began the day after Funeral arrangements will be an- time." Thanksgiving. nounced by Waller Funeral Home, Arl- Through Dec. 31, riders can board "The ten cent holiday fare is intend- ington. the blue buses for 10 cents and travel ed to have special appeal to Christmas wherever they wish in Snohomish shoppes and post-Christmas bargain A MARRIAGE license was issued to County between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. hunters," said Community Transit Kurt Kazec Hollstein, 30, and Bonnie . Director, Vic Sood, who anticipates Lee Sanders, 32, both Marysville. Friends Ot ecml .t heincentive will attract a number "lhlr'n' "i)'i~Dec" 2 1 f shppers who h~'~ *vid h[i" ' S ch.. p, ,,,,,u. [~ day traffic and parkin~ tangles: " *'* aefer "Innovation' is the key to winning Friends of Special Children will meet people over to public transportation," 2, at the hme of the Lathrops Sood hlnm n for a poduck dinner. There will be a gift exchange, with a limit of $3 on the cost of the gift. FUNERAL HOME Everyone is welcome. A MARRIAGE license was issued to For directions or more information Jean Gaston LaSalle, 38, and Cathy "79 Years of Service" call 659-6804. Denise Allen, 30, both Marysville. 804 Statee659-371 1 Singles nce planned ' forDec, l/ An all-county It has been so long since my feet were dry that I hardly remember how it feels. I want you to know that my ex- neighbor and I are not responsible for the recent weather, which should not happen to a dog. Maybe we should all consult Fee and Stuart on "How to Read the Bible for all it's Worth." It's new at the Marysville Library, as are the other titles which follow. Both authors are professors of biblical literature. 220. Or take your mind off the rain with a fascinating book by one of the first Americans to emigrate to China since the doors were opened in 1979. Author is Steven Masher and the title is "The Broken Earth". It's about life in rural China today. 306. If you are the outdoor type, we have a couple of titles to interest you. Mar- tha Thomas's "Guide to Outdoor Careers" is very detailed and will help you decide if that's the group of.pro- fessions you wish to follow. 331. Then Patrick McManus, who is best describ- ed as the Erma Bombeck of the out- doors, contributes a lighthearted book called "Never Sniff a Gift Fish." 799. I keep hardboiled eggs and not fish in a special place in the fridge, to be prepared for making such goodies as egg salad spread and potato salad. I had one egg left in the sacrosanct spot, so decided to make up a small batch of something or other for lunch. I whack- ed the egg smartly on the tile counter, and 1o and behold--it wasn't cooked at all. I found out how good my brand of paper towels is. And speaking of cook- ing, which we were, sort of, the Nicker- sons have come out with "The New 365 Ways to Cook Hamburger and Other Ground Meat." 641. It's a suitably serious cookbook, but "The Interstate Gourmet" is not. It's a digest of eateries just off the various freeways in Calif. and the Pacific Nor- thwest. Needless to say, you don't find too much gourmet food there; but author Weiner Schwartz manages to make you forget you ever wanted gourmet meals in the first place. 647. If you still prefer to cook your own, -"The California Seafood Cookbook" is for you. Isaac Cronin and others have included descriptions of the various yummy dishes, as well as photos, and recipes. Also 641. You men have not been forgotten, especial- ly if you lived through WWII. Will- inger and Gurney have turned out a nostalgic book on "The American Jeep in War and Peace", complete with photos, 550 of them. 355. Then Irene coshoo co,,y l Green plants I / 3 off ~ l Fresh arrangements ~1 II & Blooming plants V | 20% off l Smith presents an excellent "Diary of a Small Business" which tells you what pitfalls to avoid. 658. The early Norsemen who explored American don't come in for too much attention sometimes, but they are covered quite well by Barry Fell in "Bronze Age America." 970. And to come a little closer to the present day, Jack Fishman writes about WWII in the ETa in "And the Walls Came Tumbling Down." Mr. F. focuses on certain controversial tactics of that place and time. 940. Both new volumes on the biography shelf pertain to life in the theater; one is "The Noel Coward Diaries", edited by Payn and Morley. The other is a potpourri of theatrical facts by John Houseman, he of the commercials which end up thus: "They uuuhn it." Title is "Final Dress." Year-end fiction is nothing to write home about, but there are a few titles which may interest you. Retired Air Force officer Philip Lauben has tried his hand at fiction for the first time in "A Surfeit of Alibis", and it is sort of so-so. The two central characters are pretty well delineated, however. They are Det. Capt. Clay, an intellectual, and his able assistant, Sgt. Manion, a master of fractured English. Before you start reading, better look up the meaning of "Paradigm"; he uses the term on about every other page. "Kings in the Counting House", by herbert Mitgang (I love that name) is about communications and the world of same. And "Double Crossing" is Erica Holzer's yarn about escape and betrayal. To wind up fiction, try a held at the cafeteria Dec. 17 The dance is Beginnings, a Our Savior's Everett and is 'open 21-years-old and dance and meet The dance 50s by tocal dance Rollin, from 8-9 music by the jammers will Dress is tional. An charged. Those bring their own and a snack to share, Dance to benefit food A children's presented Dec. 17 Audtiorium to County food "The C perform at 1 p.m. available at The program children of Snohomish novel about China Guyin titles ,'Till Some of these you, so Good .%'o u~ointment needed EVERETT South B&M 259-1861 9-5:$0 Weekdays 9-9 Thurs. Our professionals will give you a contemporary style to fit your budget. FOR MEN OR Style Cut ............ $, Blower Cut ......... COMPLETE l, Perms ............ ~i includes written WE ARE A Ft, SALON FOR EVERETT Fred Meyer Center 3S5-2828 Open Sunday 9-/:$0 Weekdays ome...Worship with u MARYSVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST (The Caring New Testament Church) Meet at Cascade Elementary School $~0-100th N.E., Marysville BIBLE CLASSES, all ages ......................... 9:30 a.m. MORNING ASSEMBLY .......................... 10:30 a.m. EVENING ASSEMBLY ........................... 6:30 p.m. For Into. on mid-week classes call: Mark Pollock: 653-6186, church; office: 653-6344 MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH Missouri Synod, 9"209 Old Hiway 99 PASTOR: Baldwin A. Cumin Phone- 659-4112 SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ....... 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a,m; SUNDAY SCHOOL ......................... ; ......9:00 a.m. WORSHI P SERVICE, THURSDAY ................ 7:30 p.m. LUTHERAN HOUR KWYZ, SUNDAY ............. 9:00 a.m. THIS IS THE LIllE, KOMO, SUNDAY ............. 7:00 a.m. Pre.School~Mon.-Frl. * 3 Programs SHOULTIS GOSPEL HALL 4307-134th St. N.E., Marysville SUNDAY: Family Gospel Service ................. 7:00 p.m. MONDAY: Youth Bible Hr., Adull Bible Study ..... 7:00 p.m. THURSDAY: Bible Telhing ...................... 7:30 p.m. Intormetlon & Tranq=ortation: 659-4611" Listen to "Gems from Calvary" Sunday at I a.m. on Radio 123 BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH ~7215-51st Ave. N.E. - 659-2022 "He Found Us'" SUNDAY WORSHIP ..................... 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL & ADULT CLASSES ........... 9:45 a.m. JR./SR. LUTHER LEAGUE ........... ... ....... Sun. Eves. MEMBERSHIP CLASSES .......... Sun. Morn., Wed. Eves. PRESCHOOL--Mon.-Wed ................... 9 a.m. & 12noon HOME BIBLE STUDIES ...................... As Scheduled FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH State = 81St PI. PASTOR: David R. Grant Phone: 659-1242 AsSoc. Pastor ........................... Dr. Peter Brushier ASSoc. Pastor of Youth Ministries ................ Ed Harvey MORNING WORSHIP ................ 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. BIBLE SCHOOL, all ages ......................... 9:45 a.m. YOUNG PEOPLE'S SERVICE .................... 7:30 p.m. EVENING SERVICE ............................. 6:00 p.m. WED., Prayer Meeting & Bible Study .............. 7:00 p.m. NU4RYSVlLLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Meeting at Kellogg-Marsh Grange lOOth St. & 67th Ave. Walt B. Chamberlain Phone: 653-7381 ,~S05-10Sth St. N.E., Marysville BIBLE SCHOOL .................................. 9:30 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE ............................ 10:45 a.m. ' MID-WEEK BIBLE STUDY (Wed.) ................. 659-3761 MOUNTAIN VIEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S115-100th St. (across from Cascade Elementary) Interim PASTOR: S. Elleen Ounn Phone: 659-777~ EDUCATION HOURS ................ 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. WORSHIP SERVICE ............................ 11:00 a.m. (Nursery Provided Coffee Fellowship- Noon SMOKEY POINT CHURCH OF CHRIST Meeting at Stlllaguamllh Senior Citizen Annex 18301-351111 N.E. (Old 99), Arlington SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY ......................... 9:30 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ................... 10:30 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 p.m; WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY ................ .... 7:00 p.m. For mort Information cell: 435-9866 CALVARY CATHEDRAL CHURCH 11911 Smokey Point Blvd., Marysville Phone: 653-8333 MINISTERS: Johnny Kroeze, Billy Kroeze MORNING WORSHIP ................. 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL ............................... 10:00 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ............................. 6:00 p.m. Monday Evening, School of the Bible ............... 7.:00 p.m. See the Kroeze's each week on TV, Channel 11, 9 a.m. (Nursery Services Provided) FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fourth & Alder PASTOR: Carl C. Green Phone: 659-3650 SUNDAY SCHOOL (CluSeeS for all ages) .................... 9:45 a.m WORSHIP SRVICES & CHILDREN'S CHURCH.. 11:00 a.m. EVENING SERVICE (Sunday) ................... 6:00 p.m. WED. Prayer Meeting, Bible Study & Youth Groups7:00 p.m. "The Way of the Cross" KWYZ Dial 123 ....... Sun., S:45 a.m. (Nursery Provided All Services) MARYSVILLE LUTHERAN BRETHREN CHURCH 9028-Slat Ave. N.E. - 659-6716 PASTOR: Otto W. Brustad Phone: 659-5951 Youth Pastor: Dick Mattlla Sunday: MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES.8:30 & 11:00 a.m. EVENING FELLOWSHIP SERVICE .............. 6:00 p.m. Tuesday: COLLEGE-CAREER BI BLE STUDY .... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday: Family Bible Study & Prayer ......... 7:00 p.m. Thursday: YOUTH ACTIVITIES .................. 7:30 p.m. t SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCHES 12012-$1St Ave. N.E., Marysvllle Church Phone - 653-2722 Granite Ave., Granite Fails PASTOR: Jim Everts Phone: 355-7251 SABBATH SCHOOL ............................... 9:30 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP ........................... 11:00 a.m. "Faith For Today", Channel 12, Sunday ........... 10:30 a.m. "Voice of Prophecy", KBLE, daily .................. 12 noon "Your Story Hour", KGDN, Saturday .............. 7:00 a.m. WOODSlDE NEW LIFE ASSEMBLY 9015-44th Dr. N.E. PASTOR: Ray C. Hamar Church: 659-0445 BIBLE SCHOOL .................................. 9:45 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP ........................... 10:50 s.m. EVENING SERVICE ............................. 7:00 p.m. FAMILY NIGHT, Wednesday ..................... 7:00 p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY 4705-72nd N.E. " ~,~;TOR: Run Masters MORNING WORSHIP ............... : SCHOOL FOR CHRISTIAN GROWTH ...... EVENING PRAISE SERVICE ........... TUESDAY INTERDENONL LADIES BIBLE sTUDY ..... '"i BIBLE CLAS (NURSERY SERVICES. MARYSVILLE FREE "A Friendly Bible 67th Ave. & 76th St.(so. End of Ce4arcre=t G~f COUrt) PASTOR: David Hicks SU NOAY SCHOOL .................... i1":00 WORSHIP ............................ WEDNESDAY "Family Night" ......... , ADULT BIBLE STUDY ............... "'~ (Nursery For All SerVice:' MARYSVILLE UNITED METHODI 4th & Columbia, Marysville" PASTOR: Rev. Gregory K. jackson .9:: WORSHIP SERVICES .................... SUNDAY SCHOOL, All Ages ............... YOUTH GROUPS, Wednesday ............ SHOULTES BAPTIST CH 14511-51st Ave. N.E. PASTOR: Curtis Blake ... SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... ::,.. WORSHIP SERVICE ................ . .... EVENING WORSHIP ........ -'"" ".=" .. WEDNESDAY, Bible Study & praym .... FAITH cENTER PASTOR: Bob Deterlng SUNDAY MORNING SUNDAY EVENING Prsise WEDNESDAY EVENING FOURSQUAR I 1610-10th St.,