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i ii~i )men of i Steele, e check lan. 2 to r Island lr Photo B $6 to the ?atrol for Itcise tax Leu of a is used financing. xdless of for less "der cers ge No. 297 d Masons U install Saturday and VFW td North I be open ~ill start I p.m. served nvited. flied are: Master; Warden; Warden; Brother cretary; Irving '; Erling con; Ross Dea con; Senior t Charles I; Wayne aplain; r Harry William NEWLYWEDS Concert Preview Will Feature Music and Wines Island Eastside Concerts will present "An Evening On The Continent", their season concert preview party, on Friday evening, January 15th at 8:00 p.m. at the Mercerwood Shore Club. An unusual entertainment event, East.side Concerts is holding a sit-down wine sampling party featuring fine musical entertainment by outstanding Northwest concert singers and musicians. Featured in the musical program will be operatic artists. The program is billed as "An Evening On The Continent" with wines and music featured from the European countries of France, Italy, and Spain. Wines and hord' oerves of each country will be served as the music travels from country to country. The decor will take patrons on an imaginary flight with airline hostesses greeting guests on arrival, costumed waiters and waitresses, and decorations of the countries. Dino Servanti of Kirkland will MIReporter, Thurs Dec. 31, 1970 Page 5 a dual vocal program to be held at the Seattle Center Island Gardeners will meet Playhouse. Tuesday, January 5th, at the Eastside Concerts is a non- home of Mrs. William profit music service Pfieffer, 9105 SE 58th, at 10:30 organization dedicated to a.m. showcasing Northwest artists New plants, growth habits, by offering them musical planting requirements, etc. exposure on the Eastside. The will be discussed. organization is actively Mr. Johanson, County seeking volunteers who would Extension Agent will be guest like to assist with the speaker. His topic will be p r o g r a m s. F u r t h e r "Pest Control in the Garden". information may be obtained All members and guests are by calling Peggy Myrick at urged to attend. GL 4-4253. MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL C. SHANNON ENGAGED (She is the former Jean MarieGresset) Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Photo by Murray Bradley, Mercer Island, emcee the event, with Paul announce the engagement The former Jean Marie floor length dress of hot pink Swimelar of Bothel] as of their daughter, Janice Gresset was married to bridal satin. The bride'sWinemaster. Lynne, and Garth Neil Michael Charles Shannon at cousin, Diane Johnson, and a Reservations should be Olsson, son of Mr. and Mrs. t h e F a u n t ] e r o y close friend, Mrs. Jennifer made by January 10thby N.C. Olsson, Grand Forks, Congregational Church in Mahal, were bridesmaids, calling the following North Dakota. Miss West Seattle, November 27. They wore deep pink gowns of committee members: Mr. &Bradley is a senior at She is the daughter of Mr. and the same style. All three Mrs. Claude Myrick at GL 4- W a s h i n g t o n S f a t e Mrs. Clarence L. Gresset of carried single, long-stemmed 4253, Mr. & Mrs. RichardUniversity, Pullman, and a Seattle and he is the son of Mr. white carnations entwined RobbinsatGL4-1397, orMr.& member of Chi C)mega and Mrs. Charles Shannon of with fern fronds. Mrs. Servanti at VA 7-8281. sorority. Her fiance is Mercer Island. GaLI Stromme was best man A donation of $7.50 per completing his service in A reception at the church and Chris Murphy and Jeff person is asked to coverthe Navy and stationed at followed the ceremony. Later Wonn were ushers. All three expenses of production and to a gathering of family and are studentsatWWSCandareestablish a fund to handle New London, Conn. He close friends was held at the close friends of both the bride costs in presenting Eastside attended the University of home of the bride's parents, and groom. Concerts 1971 Concert Series. North Dakota and plans to The bride designed and Honored guests at the The following artists are return upon completion of made her floor length gown wedding included Mrs. G. A. being presented in individual his duty with the Navy. An which of satin brocade with an Stanzel of Arizona, the concerts this season: Emilie August wedding, to be held empire waist. The waist and groom'sgmndmother, and the Beresden Bloch, noted mezzo- on Mercer Island, is tiered sleeves of Georgette bride's grandparents, Mr. and soprano from Portland, planned. Photo by Brant Oregon,; Robert Cleland, baritone, and Peggy Peterson, soprano, in a duo concert; pianist, Sheila Knutson, and Negro baritone, Autris Paige, also in a duo concert. A special benefit performance for Eastside Concerts in March will be given by Leonard Moore and his daughter, Kathleen Beth in chiffon were trimmed with Mrs. S. J. Johnson of white embroidered flowers. Washington. She carried a cascade style Both the bride and groom bouquet of stephanotis, attend Western Washington carnations, bridalwreath, and State College in Bellingham, deep red roses. The central where they make their neme. part of the bouquet, which formed her corsage, contained Jl~ .~ a gardenia. The bride's sister Susan was maid of honor. She wore a MERCER ISLAND, WASH. 98040 MRS. ESTHER MATHEWS MRS. MARIAN SEELEY SEMI- ANNUAL SALE START Januae'y 4, 1971 Shop will be closed Saturday ~TORE HOURS ]O AM to .~:30 Mon.-Thurs. January 2nd ~O AM to 6:00 Friday &tL,- if/ A2 . ,oA 8019 $.E. 2lhh . SEATTLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SLOG. ADorer 2.5322 Jan Peerce To Speak Here MONORAIL WILL RUN The regular Seattle Monorail schedule will be running on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Jan Peerce, world renowned opera tenor, will speak on "Culture, Music and Opera" at the Washington Plaza Hotel on Monday. January 11 at 11:05 a.m. The Orpheus Study Group of the Seattle Opera Guild invites you to hear this celebrity. Lecture tickets are $3.00. A separate luncheon, catered by Trader Vic's, will immediately follow the lecture for those interested. The lecture will be in the Ballroom and the luncheon will be m the Westlake Room. For ticket information call the Seattle Opera Ticket Office at MA 2-7406. 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