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ThjDoilyChronlcle, Thursday, Oct. 7, 1971 Capf. and Mn. Michael J. R« stow Dianne Fox Marries In Fort Lewis Rite The main post chapel at Fort Lewis was the setting for the afternoon wedding Sept. n of Miss Dianne Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Fox Centralia, and Captain Michael J. Rossow, son of Mrs. Charles Jones, Norfott, Va., and J. E. Rossow, Apple Valley, Calif. The Rev. Robert Denham of the Centralia Church of the Nazarene officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Wait For Doctor Pet Peeve DEAR POLLY - We certainly cannot do without our good doctors but after waiting a month or two for an appointment we go to the office and wait a half-hour or an hour to see him and then when he finally gets to our interview the phone rings, the nurse taps oa the door, a salesman wants to see him or a buddy calls to say "Hello." This is certainly not fair to either patient or doctor and it's my Pet Peere. -- ESTER DEAR POLLY - Take an over-the-door hanger with you when you go visiting. This saves the hostess the trouble of making closet space for your clothes and when you are ready to leave everything is in one place. The collapsible oaes lake up very little space in a suitcase. -- BETTY DEAR POLLY -- When I store greeting cards with envelopes for future use I always put a small piece of white blackboard chalk in the box to keep the envelopes from sticking together. -- DORIS DEAR POLLY - M. E. wanted to know how lo keep her fish pond clean. We have had such a pond for 19 years and at first had this same trouble. Finally, we started buying new seaweed that contained many tiny snail eggs and as they hatched out the pool became very full of them. They grew to be quite big but the best part was the fact that they appear to be housekeepers The blue and white theme choice of the bride was used in baskets of white and blue chrysanthemums and gladiolus decorating the altar. White candles burned throughout the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of organza and chantilly lace Victorian styled with white lace applique enhancing the full skirt and sleeves. Seed pearl embroidery accented the bodice. A d e t a c h a b l e , chapel length train was worn. A triple-tiered veil completed the costume. She carried a bouquet of white orchids, stephanotis and baby's breath atop a white Bible, a gi/t of her aunt, Mrs. J. Jennings, Calvin. Attendants were Miss Jennifer Rivard, Olympia, maid of honor; Mrs. Russell Nance, Tacoma, matron of honor, and Miss Kristy Babb, Chehalis, cousin of the bride. They wore identical floor-length gowns of daisy print in aqua blue and white. Amy Fox, Chehalis, niece of the bride, was flower girl. bearer was Andrew Fox, Seattle, nephew of the bride. Ushers were brothers of the bride, Pete Fox, Seattle, Bill Fox, Chehalis, and Michael Fox Seattle. Lt. Lawrence Hochschwender was best man. Saber bearers for the traditional military arch of sabers were Lt. Hochschwend- er, Capt. Jerry Quilling and Lt. John Stinson. A buffet dinner reception was held in the Madigan Officers Club immediately after the ceremony. The couple honeymooned in British Columbia. The new Mrs. Rossow is a graduate of Centralia' High School. Centralia CoCege aad Washington State University, Pullman, where she joined Lambda Kappa Sigma, national pharmacy sorority, registered pharmacist, she -employed by Puget Sound General Hospital, Tacoma. Capt. Rossow is a graduate of Centralia College and Eastern Washington State College, Cheney, where he majored " psychology. He is stationed Fort Lewis with the Armed

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  1. The Daily Chronicle,
  2. 07 Oct 1971, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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