Myron Isenberger 25th
Reception marks 25th anniversary Celebrating their silver wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Myron Isenberger received congratulations from about 75 friends who called at their home Sunday afternoon and evening. Silver letters on the wall of the living room spelled "Betty and Ike, Nov. 4, 1938." Arranging decorations were Mmes. Larry Wickersham, James Turner and Glen Metcalf. Silver flowers and a money tree carried out the white and silver color scheme. ON A LACE-COVERED table, white candles flanked an arrangement of silvered flowers and the silver service. Mrs. Metcalf baked one of the two cakes which were decorated with roses and inscribed "25th Anniversary." Mrs. Isenberger's sister Mrs. C. C. Stewart cut the cake. Mrs. Turner passed the guest book and Mrs. Wickersham poured. THE ISENBERGERS WERE MARRIED in Des Moines, Iowa and came to Washington in 1943. They moved here from Seattle in 1950. They have two children. William C. Isenberger lives at home and Mrs.Myra Thompson also lives here. There are two grandchildren. To greet her guests Mrs. Isenberger wore a red wool dress with black accessories. Her white orchid corsage was a gift from her son. Mrs. Isenberger's mother Mrs. Carrie Judd came from Marysville. A sister Mrs. Mary Stewart came with her sen Charles and daughter Marty from Maltby. Mrs. Stewart was an attendant at the Isenberger's wedding. B. A. ISENBERGER attended his son's celebration. Harold Isenberger, his wife and daughter Marsha attended his brother's anniversary. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benham and children and Mrs. Ralph Pryor, all of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Day came from Bremerton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy King from Sequim, Mr. and Mrs. Arvi Smith with Mr. and Mrs. Faye Thome came from Discovery Bay.