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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Boone, Iowa Miss Judith Leah Reed Bride of David Lee Wilson August 16th the Central Christian Church adorned with late summer Flowers foliage and glowing candles was the scene of a wedding ceremony Friday evening August 16, at 7 30 when miss Judith Leah Reed daughter of or. And mrs. E. S. Reed 1227 Union became Abe Bride of David Lee Wilson son of or. And mrs. Darrell Wilson of Polk City. The Rev. C. S. Linkletter officiated at the double ring service. Mrs. Lewis Ross organist and James Scamman vocal soloist provided nuptial music for the ceremony. The candles were lighted by Christine Reed Niece of the Bride and Margaret Ray who wore White polished Cotton dresses with Orchid cummerbunds and corsages of White mums trimmed with Orchid net. Miss Marjorie Johnson served As maid of Honor and miss Sandra Nelson was bridesmaid. Little miss Jeri Reed of Omaha Niece of the Bride and master Douglas k. Reed Omaha a Nephew were Flower girl and ring bearer. The bridegroom was attended by a Cousin Bob Buechler As Best Man and his other at lighted with Orchid candles in Silver candelabra a wedding gift and appointed with Silver service. Punch was served from a table covered with White Linen and entered with a Crystal bowl wreathed by Orchid carnations and Silver leaves. Those assisting at the reception were miss Judy Wilson Des Moines sister of the bridegroom miss Carole Dixon miss Linda Gutterridge miss Rosie Gibbons. Miss Chloris Ells Worth miss Jean Buechler Coo sin of the bridegroom mrs. Leslie Doran an aunt mrs. Earl Reed Omaha and mrs Ray Reed both Sisters in Law of the Bride. When the newlyweds left for a wedding trip the Bride wore a dress of White polished Cotton with red accessories and an Orchid Corsage. The Bride is e graduate of Boone High schoo with the class of 1963. The bridegroom a graduate of an Keny High school in 1959, attended College for three years and plans to resume his studies at Iowa state University Ames this fall. He is employed As pathological technician at the National animal disease Laboratory at Ames. ,. A a _ _ _ preceding the wedding re. Iti. He of Quot hears thursday even. Aug ust 15, a dinner party was held at the Home of the bridegrooms parents in Polk City. The tables were appointed with bouquets of roses and Gladioli with place cards and nut cups in the nuptial colors. After a wedding trip to the Wisconsin dells the couple returned to make their Home at 218 22nd Street. Ames. Busch. Ushers were John Doran Cousin of the bridegroom and John Mcbride of Polk City. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. The brides floor length gown of White tissue taffeta was fashioned with a fitted bodice of Chantilly lace a scalloped neckline. Wrist length sleeves and a full skirt falling into a Chapel train. The brides veil of silk illusion showered to Elbow length from a swedish Crown of pearls and Aurora boreal is crystals and she wore a Sta shaped amethyst necklace a sacred heart altar society to meet the sacred heart altar society will meet wednesday evening. September 4th, at 7.30 in the Parish Hall. Gift from the bridegroom. She interesting program is carried a lace handkerchief be longing to her sister in Law. Mrs. Being planned for after the business session. Mrs. John Ray Reed. The Bride carried a Pesek is chairman and mrs. Lace covered White Bible adorn-1 John Wirth co chairman of de with a Cascade of White Star-1 the serving committee. Light roses and Stepha Notis encircling a detachable Lavender. Orchid. The Bible was a gift to in. Ella Sonnic Seit observed 82nd birthday mrs. Ella Sonnicksen celebrated her 82 birthday tuesday aug. 20 at a open House from 2 to 4 of clock in the Home of Ler brother Chas. 0. Erickson in Stratford. Relatives and friends came to extend congratulations and present her with cards and gifts. Pastor Robert Carlson had devotions also a hymn Sung As duet by pastor and mrs. Carlson. Lunch was served from a beautifully appointed Tea table which was covered with a Linen cloth with Cut work embroidery. The Centrepiece was a birthday cake in the shape of an open Book inscribed with the honoree name and age in red letters with red lighted tapers at each Side. The cake was a gift from mrs. Harry Egle. Presiding at the Coffee service was her step daughter mrs. Lillie wingers of Lehigh. Punch was poured by her daughter in Law mrs. Carl Sonnicksen of Lehigh. Registering the guests was miss Sonnicksen a grand daughter. Forty guests were present. Mrs. Sonnicksen is a resident of the Hillcrest nursing Home at Webster City. Miss Joan Stotts honoured at party mrs. Merrill Peterson and daughter miss Mary to. Entertained at a pre nuptial party thursday evening August 29th, at their Home 128 Marshall Street honouring miss Joan Stotts who will be a september 14th Bride. The guests a group of the Honoreen a relatives neighbors and friends enjoyed a social evening of visiting and games. Prizes were awarded to the winners and the gifts later presented to the guest of Honor. During the evening a Linen Shower was held for the Bride elect who was assisted in open ing the gifts by her sister miss Judith Stotts and miss Mary to Peterson. The gifts were arranged on a table covered with a cloth of red net Over White Linen and entered with a doll Bride. Refreshments were served from a beautifully appointed Buffet table featuring the Honoreen chosen nuptial colors of autumn red and White. Covered with a White brocaded Satin cloth the table was entered with an arrangement of autumn red Gladioli in a Silver bowl flanked by White tapers in Matching Silver holders. The table was appointed with a Silver Coffee service presided Over by the Honoreen Mother mrs. Vern Stotts. Mrs. Everett Hickman sister of the honoree served punch from a Tea cart entered with a Crystal punch bowl encircled at the base with White Gladioli nosegay. Non resident guests were mrs. Hickman of Des Moines and mrs. Gerald Sabus of Jefferson. Bet phage shrine to meet wednesday bet phage shrine no. 17, will hold its stated meeting in masonic Temple wednesday evening september 4, at 8 of clock. Those having August and september birthdays will be honoured. All members Are urged to be present for this first meeting of the fall season. Gleaners study group to meet tuesday the gleaners study group of the first methodist Church will meet tuesday evening september 3rd, at 7 30 at the i veterans of All wars and men Home of mrs. Frank Knowles and women in service. The 1409 a 13th Street. Assisting group joined in the lords hostesses will be mrs. Fern prayer and pledge of allege Kueck and mrs. Pearl scan Ance. Routine reports were Lin. Given by officers and committees. Members brought women a Golf wednesday Boon Newt rep Bitcon saturday August la ims . No. 12 in regular session j. G. Miller women a Relief corps no. 12 met in regular session Friday aug. 23rd in the g.a.r. Room of the court House. The meeting was called to order by the president mrs. William Crouse. Roll Call a answered by officers. Mrs. Albert Ades chaplain read the 50th psalm followed by silent prayer for followed by Starette gifts for veterans at Hospital at Knoxville for carnival Day. There will be a Twilight Golf mrs. Elmer Engnell won the for women members of the special prize. Boone Golf and country club j the meeting closed in Rit wednesday afternoon sep Ual form with the american tember 4th, at 3 . Golfing Creed and furling of flags will be followed by a Starette lunch was served by mrs. And social evening. Orson York. Mrs. Amy White prizes will be awarded to mrs. Minnie Fryer and mrs. The winners of the ladies Myrtle Smith Day golfing in August and All the Bride from a 93-year-old Friend. Mrs. Elizabeth Doran the brides attendants wore to meet wednesday Beta Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will meet wednesday evening in Ltd a Ohms leaves sunday a Carolyn North Way leaves sunday from Davenport to take part in the miss America contest at Atlantic City but she started packing Early in her dormitory room at mar Crest College Davenport to make sure she does no to forget anything. Accompanying miss Iowa on the flight will be her chaperone mrs. Mary Longley Davenport. A wire photo. Or. And mrs. Reed hosts at weekend events Holiday House at Ames following the wedding rehear of the tournament prizes will be awarded the City tournament committee is composed of mesdames Darrel Hanel Irve Webb Rod Forster and Floyd Adams. Mrs. Kenneth Collis is chairman of women a Golf activities for september. Licensed practical nurses to meet the Boone county unit of licensed practical nurses will hold its regular meeting wednesday evening september 4, at the Home of mrs. Jay Deyoung at Minburn. All licensed practical nurses Are Welcome. Drive safely a save a Lite it May be your own Jaycee Jaynes to begin fall activities the Jaycee Jaynes compos several cards were signed for ill members and routine business was transacted with a Large attendance of members. Those on the hostess committee were mrs. Irvin Erickson. Mrs. Edgar Mcvicker and mrs. Ralph Johnson. The next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Charles Sherman september 25. Farewell party for mrs. Raola Robertson wednesday afternoon August 28, mrs. Raola Robertson of Stanhope was honoured at a Farewell party at the shelter House in Mchose Park Given by her co workers at the Boone county Hospital. Mrs. Robertson has been employed at the Hospital for More than six years on the obstetric floor. Gifts were presented to the honoree in remembrance of the occasion. Hostesses for the Farewell event were misses Baptist Amma class breakfast meeting the Aroma class of first or. And mrs. C. Raymond Sal. Those attending were Good neighbor Baptist Church met wednesday j Reed entertained at a series Roger Jaacks Courtney birthday club meets afternoon August 28. For break of weekend events for guests amiss Urban Haas Patty James Hunter enter fast at the Home of mrs. Irvin in the City for the Reed Dis Mcdermott Larry Brown tamed members of the Good Erickson at 9 of clock. The de Ney wedding an event of Sharon Lundin Earl Johnson neighbor birthday club tues motions were Given by mrs. J sunday afternoon August and Bill Myers All of Dubu Day August 13. A dessert Lun Charles Buechler. Based on the 25th. In which miss Kathryn que Richard Schaffner and Cheon was served at 1 30 by theme. A ministering women. Disney daughter of or. And Edward Ross of Evanston j the hostess assisted by mrs. Mrs. Harold Disney became in mrs. Richard Gimer of Harold Mcelroy and mrs. Fred the Bride of Charles Reed Alexander va., Boone. Alen Young son of or. And mrs. Reed. Amey of Wichita Kansas sunday morning the group mrs. Wayne Phillips. Oakland. Attended Church services calif., or. And mrs. Charles Pra Veff repeated by the group when the hosts son Douglas Mcguff miss Gerry Raettig the Roll Cal wag answered by who serves a Church at Don miss Ann Senholz Stephen a even members the business Nellson Iowa preached at Hamilton the remand mrs. M he officers Werc. _ i Douglas Reed of Donnellson read and d it an Ara i / a a Tir t no the president opened the business meeting with the lords the first methodist Church. At noon the group was entertained at a Buffet dinner. Attending the event were or. Reed brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. John Reed of Burlington a brother in Law and or. The honoured couple and the Disney and Reed families. Tree length gowns of Orchid of miss Helen lass in tissue taffeta designed with september 4th. At 7 30 at the de of wives of Boone Junior chamber of Commerce Mem fitted bodice scalloped neckline and full pleated skirts. Their shoulder length veils of Nylon net were fastened to Orchid Pillbox crowns with seed pearls and they carried Colon Ial bouquets of Orchid asters and tiny White mums with Orchid net and ribbon. The brides Mother wore a beige lace dress with Pink a Ogden. All members Are urged to attend this first meeting of the fall season. Drive with extra care this time youngsters will be on their Way to and from school with Cess ones and the bridegroom s in the next few Days Many Mother chose a Green lace dress for the first time emphasized with Matching accessories. J. W. Edge. President of the their corsages were of orchids. Among the guests were mrs. Cora Mann and mrs. Frank Wilson grandmothers of the bridegroom. The Flower girl wore a floor length dress of White tissue taffeta and a hair band of rosebuds. The ring Bers will begin their fall activities with their first regular meeting of the season tuesday september 3rd, at 7 30 at the Boone Golf and country club the program will be presented by a guest speaker. Miss Judy Conway who recently returned Home from two years service with the peace corps in the Philippines. Miss Conway an artist with hallmark cards at Kansas cite before entering the peace corps will give an account of her experiences and personal observations. There will be an important Keven Stockman had 4th birthday mrs. Roy w. Stockman in sister pertained a group of relatives and mrs. Everett Faeth and friends tuesday after of fort Madison and their noon August 27th, in observe son Robert Faeth and wife Ance of be fourth birthday of and son. Tony of Davenport their son. Kevin. The Atter the Rev. And mrs. Douglas noon was spent playing Reed and children. Mark and 8ames. Taking Pony rides and Beth of Donnellson a Niece visiting. Of mrs. Reeds or. And mrs. Dunn the afternoon lunch Tom Needham and Thiee Chil was Ervid to a Large group Dren. Pat Mary and Ray of relatives and friends from mond. Of Burlington miss of Den and Boone. Keven re Olive Waggoner of Gary it lived its a re Mem Indiana and mrs. Winfred France of his birthday. Mary Engler Karen Wiser up Tharp of b03mfied he tuesday evening. Kevins Nancy Brown. Nancy Bodans sters of mrs Reed Sam grandparents or. And mrs. Sky Linda Fleming Virginia j pm own who was soloist for i Schoff spent the be Best Barbara be Stotik. Melm the Wedd Insi and bus we neg visiting at the Stockman a Moffitt Lois Muench Mes from Council Bluffs. Or. And Home m Honor of Kevin s Dames Elizabeth Wickstrom. Y is Reed and son Clark birthday Patricia it Aham Pauline saturday evening. Or. And t world in Fisher Ames Ophia Badollet Edith d ,. Japan Lead tax Irabell Rosa Efland Linnea mrs red enlers Ned a in product on. The slates Johnson. Janet Kinsey. Eliza dinner at Richards is second. Beth Belding and Ruth Broeke Meier. Mrs. Robertson is presently employed at the infirmary in the Eastern Star Home. At the close of the meeting the group Sang the birthday song to the hostess and presented her with cards and a gift of Money. Guests were mrs. Charles Kolbert of Thermopolis Wyoming. Mrs. Robert Sellers or. And son enc Jon and daughter Andrea. The afternoon was spent visiting and playing the club game with mrs. Elsie Browning winning the travelling prize. Others who won prizes were mrs. Charles Holbert mrs. Herman Hubner mrs. Glen Hull and George Pratt. The next meeting will he held at the Home of mrs. George Pratt tuesday sept. 3. Read the want ads better health through knowledge some electric toothbrushes approved i j. Do dental authorities approve of the new electric Lon thru Hes the american dental association Council on dental i therapeutics an Agency established to evaluate test data submitted by manufacturers concluded that electric toothbrushes made by general electric and e. R. Squibb St sons Are Safe and appear to have cleaning ability Superior to Ordinary toothbrushes however the Council made an important reservation a it is still too Early to know Tho therapeutic value of to foes i brushes their ability to Aid in the prevention of dental caries decay and period otitis it gum disease can not be do iter mined As j face blemishes pm farm in cornered Sente k freckles cd the Aret increasing in size. What oms i do to get rid of them a. These May not be the com Mon Type of freckles. See your family physician or a dermatologist skin specialist. Sand a a Daw to tribe Uhm. Tao p 0 Baa 1174, i. To get our Price on your nest prescription. It lower than Yon think. Boone s Only downtown drug store open sunday to . To i . Aaa motor club of Iowa today in a a schools open 10 motor or j business meeting during which plans will be outlined for the coming year. Plans will be discussed for presentation of the Public. A Over 1,200 school age youngsters were killed last year in pedestrian traffic accidents stated Edge. Quot its bearer wore a White coat and every motorists obligation to dark trousers and carried rings decrease this tragic toll. This on a White Satin heart shaped can be accomplished Only by Pillow. Extra caution in your driving the Chancel was adorned with two Pedestal baskets of White habits during school parents of youngsters at chrysanthemums Gladioli and tending school for the first Orchid asters framed with Fob-1 time Are urged to familiarize Quot red stocking revue the Jayness outstanding activity for the season a Large attendance is urged for this program of special interest. Age and trimmed with White Satin bows. The scene was lighted with White tapers in Cathedral candelabra and the Center pews were marked with bows of White Satin. Following the ceremony a re themselves with the a safest route to school and then accompany their children on this route to and from school for the first week or so. This initial training along with supervision from the school each american eats just Over six eggs a week compared with about 74 to years ago. School lunch menu tuesday hot Coney Sandwich Parsley buttered carrots cabbage salad Apple Crisp y2 it. Milk wednesday Spaghetti a or. Beef buttered Green Beans tossed salad Vienna bread warm tired fruit cup 4 it. Milk but caption was held in the Church i safety patrol should assure Parlours. Covered with a cloth a Safe crossing for beginning of White net Over Orchid Satin trimmed with Orchid bows the table stood before a White Garden lattice entwined with Huckleberry. Entering the table was a four tier wedding cake decorated with Orchid and White frosted Flowers topped with a miniature bridal couple in an the asking. Arch of wedding Bells and ring-1 red at the base with Orchid As Ari emergency could you tors in Springer. The table was t0p car in tune youngsters. Stated Edge a we urge each Motorist to do his part in this life saving Campaign by stopping at his local police station or aaa office to secure bumper strips to display on his car. They Are free for Schwinn Western flyer bikes tandems a sport models a racers a 2 speeds a 3 speeds a a coaster brakes a Best selection in Boone also a full line of Barts and accessories Nylon tires Odell s Western Auto Fri 4 Story Street Coll be 2-6481 today Quot thru stooges in orbit Alto Disney Featurette sunday for 4 Days it s hilarious fun. With a gleam in the eve sunday and labor Day continuous showing starts 1 30 feature at i Doris of o Glamour girl of t v. Commercials i Gorner of o dashing doctor. They meet a she is hoping. He is wishing she s willing i Doris Day and James Garner invite you to watch them enjoy Ross Hunter an color Miehe Francis plus color cartoon the last of the late shows this season at the drive in theatre saturday night sunday night i mob its we to pm Moi a mock Oca to of acc a Nam to chum Nam a in a Amu vsbm022rf. Nill Mhz a cab Cut Lysse a i cd showing last times tonight Steve Mcqueen Robert Wagner in Quot War lovers Frank Sinatra Ano his gang in Quot sergeants 3�?� sunday wednesday thru a great program for the Holiday weekend. Did he or didst he a. Murder his wife Hitchcock s Morton Rte i urn mailing James Stewart window technicolor to they stared \ too Long a too much Keily Corey and Aust Otio Ectore that Deli vers. Hin Heston Mahineh ism by Moa Witt Tom mane

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