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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Boone, Iowa Society. Ili p. Clubs / Lodge meet news meetings . Club feb rate anniversary the club celeb died forty seventh anniversary be Day evening. June 6th, the embers meeting for a 6 30 Ock dinner at it b ii a Lite. The club Colola of red Iti Gold were featured in t h e ointments the table being Jive with Flowers and lighted Dies. All ten dub Mamma were present for the event. In anniversary cake Vias baked decorated by the club pre sift mrs. Irve Carlson. After x nor. The in a a d a i to Home of mrs Mable heaps a social evening. The club to organized in 1902 and has tit continuously through he it 47 years arrangements for the party a re in Cha go of mesdames Ible heaps chairman George it Erke Faye Alexander Irve risen and Nell Mcdermott lusts of the club were mrs. Fin Payne mrs. Belle Parrish. A s. Stewart heaps miss Jean japs All of Boone mrs. Rob. Payne of Chicago and mrs w Anette s v Ned n of . A hides a foil or club Mem fir. C-e-3 Omen golfers enjoy Vita tonal parties i women golfers of the Boone Golf and country club have in eyed a series of round Robin aviation Al parties this week wednesday june 21st, a group Friday june 23, 1950the Boone news Republican Boone Iowa Page Piva rout pins will it in Hamdy books buy and leave film Here Wilson drug store 814 eighth Street of local golfers went to Perry where they were guests of the Perry Golf and country club. Breakfast was served at 8 30, followed by a morning of Golf and luncheon at noon. The afternoon hours were spent playing cards. The group included mesdames Bob Erickson Cleo Johnston Kenneth Berg Otto Schmidt Lee Modeland Victor Brunner and Foss Henry. In the list of prize winners mrs. Johnston tied for first prize for Low score in the first flight mrs. Henry won first prize for Low in the second flight and mrs. Lee Modeland held Low score in the fifth flight. Another group of Boone women went to Eagle Grove wednesday for a Day of golfing at the Eagle Grove country club. The group included mesdames m. L. Stand lev. Arthur Anderson. E w. Hand Bill Ackerman Ani Walter Lippers the morning was spent golfing preceded by an Early breakfast and lunch a served at noon. Mrs. Standley won the prize for Low putts and mrs. Ackerman won second Low. Thursday june 22nd, the women golfers were invited to Ames where they were guests at the Homewood course lunch was served at the american legion Hall followed by Golf in the afternoon. Those attending from Boone were mesdames Kenneth Collis e. W. Hanel m. L. Standley Art Anderson Bill Acker Man. Lee Modeland Otto Schmidt a. A Reynolda and Boss Henry. A a a a gleaners class has meeting the gleaners class of the first methodist Church met tuesday evening june 13th, with mrs. Iman Snyder 434 fourth Street. Mrs. Frank Knowles led in prayer followed with devotions and a Reading a can you Tell me the Way to heaven a Roll Call was answered by eleven members who responded with Bible verses. Routine business was transacted and reports Given. A letter was read from a missionary and the meeting closed with the class code. Two lessons were studied in charge of mrs. Roger Cordell and mrs. C. L. Cline. A social hour followed and a lunch was served by mrs. Snyder assisted by mrs. Ann Hora. Of is saturday night dance at Boone Golf and country club another saturday night dance will be held at the Boone Golf and country club. June 24th, from 9 30 to i of clock for All club members. Eddie Allen and his radio station to broadcasting band has been booked for the dance. The saturday night dances have been attended by a Large number of members and another enjoyable evening of dancing is anticipated As the Allen orchestra is one of the popular bands in this territory. Be of women of the Moose to meet monday women of the Moose Bovone chapter no. 209. Will meet in regular session monday evening. June 26th, at 8 of clock. Mrs. Ruth Bobst membership committee chairman will be in charge of the chapter night program which will feature the women s Drill team in its first appearance. The team was organized last Winter with mrs. Robert Sullivan As Captain. Formal initiation of new candidates will be held and All officers. Chairmen escorts and sponsors Are urged to be present. New officers a vill also be installed. This will be an open meeting and a Large attendance is anticipated. Lunch will be served following the meeting. Waul 804-806 Story Street phone 423 methodist Philathea class has meeting the Philathea class of the first methodist Church met tuesday afternoon june 20th, at the Home of mrs. Fred Diehl. The president mrs. S. D. Long presided Over the business meeting. For devotional mrs. Diehl read the first to the eleventh verses of the eleventh chapter of Luke and an article from the pamphlet a the upper for the program mrs. Frank Robinson gave an interesting talk and demonstration on ceramics. During the social hour refreshments were served by the committee mesdames Fred Diehl s. A. Paulson. N. O. Younggren r i r. L. Harvey. B-4-b Post nuptial party for or. And mrs. Richard Hull mrs. Ray Harrington and mrs c. E. Bartow entertained a group of about forty relatives and friends wednesday evening june 14th, at the for Mer a Home 327 Carroll Street the party was in Post nuptial Courtesy to or. And mrs. Richard Hull the Bride being the former miss Letty Harrington. The guests assembled at 8 o clock for a social evening of visiting and contests in charge of mrs. Keith landmark. The prizes in the contests were won by mesdames n. R. Dickey Rose Roby and Guy Arringdale. The party was in the form of a pantry Shower the gifts being arranged in a Basket on a toy Wagon decorated with crepe paper streamers. Refreshments were served Buffet style from a table entered w Ith a three tier wedding cake decorated with rosebuds and lovebirds and topped with a miniature bridal couple. The cake baked by mrs. Bartow stood under a canopy of red and White crepe paper streamers and wedding Bells which Hung Over the table from the Center Light the Bride chosen colors of red and White were featured in the party appointments bouquets of red and White peonies being used in decoration throughout the room. The hostesses were assisted in serving by mrs. Harold Hubner and mrs. Lee Harrington the wedding cake was Cut by the Bride and bridegroom and mrs. Bartow presided at the Coffee service. 3-e-b Baptist Philathea claw dinner meeting at 6 30 of clock tuesday evening june 20th, the Philathea i amp is of the first Baptist Church and a number of guests were seated at two Long tables in Fellowship Hall of the Church to enjoy another of the Philathea covered dish dinners. The tables were transformed into Flower gardens with Crystal vases filled with roses and sprays of Tamarisk at intervals along the tables and individual miniature Floral arrangements graced each j face. Entering each table was a special decorative arrangement one featuring swans and Shell Pink roses floating in an azure Blue lined pottery Container and the other was an Ivory replica of a Lawn trellis. Small red roses near the Centrepiece completed the decorations. A social period followed the dinner when or. Arthur m Clarke assisted by his daughter miss Dorothy led the group in the singing of a varied repertoire of songs including College songs sacred numbers spirituals and others of a More classical nature. The vocal duet by or. Clarke and miss Dorothy was especially enjoyed and the so guest was kept Lively with jokes interspersing the songs. Child of Pilot Mound exchanged marriage vows Friday evening june 16th, at 7 30 o clock. The double ring ceremony was Al emm Zed in the primitive methodist Church at Fraser with the Rev. E. D. Rapp of Winterset officiating miss Dixie Witcraft served As maid of Honor and the bridesmaids were misses Phyllis Landau and Manly Ingalls of Fraser. Miss Karen froth was the Flower girl. Or. Richard Phipps brother of the Bride attended the bridegroom As Best Man and the other attendants were or Ramon Ferrari and or Bot Nard Landau. Ushers were or. Dick Fairchild or. Tyrus Casotti and or. Kenneth Tabor. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. The pianist miss Virginia Forney played a half hour prelude of nuptial music and the traditional wedding marches. Miss Mary Verchio Sang the solos a always a because Quot and the lords prayer a accompanied by the pianist. The Bride s gown of or h i t e brocaded Satin was fashioned with a fitted bodice a net Yoke designed with Nylon lace forming a v neckline and Long sleeves trimmed at the wrists with lace. A peplum at the Waistline flared Over the full skirt which formed a Short Tram. The brides Finger tip veil fell from a Tiara of seed pearls and she carried a Cascade bouquet of Pink roses and Stepha Notis with removable Corsage showered with Pink and with the serving were misses Myrna Howard Shirley Casotti and Marilyn Ferrari the guest Register was in charge of miss Judith Mohler. The gift display was supervised by mrs. Dorothy Phipps and mrs. Leone Witcraft and others assisting at the reception were mrs. Guy Var Chio and mrs. Laurel Landau. The couple left for a weeks motor trip to the Ozark the Bride wearing a tan and Brown suit with Green accessories. The Bride was graduated from Boone High school in 1947, attended Iowa state teachers College at Cedar Falls and for the past two years has been teaching in the Fraser school. Or. Fairchild a graduate of Pilot Mound High school in 1p46, attended the commercial collage in Omaha. For the past few years he has been engaged in farming with his father North of Pilot Mound. The couple will make their Home in Pilot Mound. Non resident guests were Misa Dorothy Young and miss Gertrude Lebland of Leon Ansier mass., mis. De de Croix and children of Peoria Illinois mrs. Palmer Castongway of Omaha Nebraska miss Bess King of j Compton California miss Kathy King of Utah mrs William Gien a j of Mingo or. And mrs. Richard Anderson of Des Moines or and mrs. Sherman Cline of Madrid and Rev. And mrs. E. D Kapp of Winterset. A push Button letter writer is built on the theory that 90 per cent of All business letters say the same things. In Only $990 per Imp Cri. An interval of prayer and j White Satin streamers Praise followed As a tribute to or. Clarke for his untiring of the maid of Honor was in or forts and achievements in his i chid and the bridesmaids Jrex devoted service to the churches were in Pale Green and Rose week end baseball Caps 2-tone. Satin finish. Reg. 65c for 57c folding Camp stools Ideal for that fishing trip Reg. 69c for 57c Cotton to shirts medium size %. Slightly soiled. Reg. 69c for 50c fish poll varnished Bamboo 14-foot, 4-piece. Reg. $4.49 for $3.88 used tires practically All popular sizes. Your Choice $1.00 on i up car polish wards new vitalized Reg. 44c for 33c Kitchen aids Cherry festival design bread Box canisters step on can. Reg. $1.29 for 97c Extension Cord sets Complete Vith Ivory no Shok receptacle. Reg. 69c for 57c As its pastor. Mrs. Glenn Franklin conducted the business meeting and for devotions read Mark 14, 3-10, giving timely comments on the scripture text. Roll Call was responded to with Bible verses Branning with the letter a it. Minutes reports and communications followed after which miss Mary Nickel read a letter from Low and Roy Smith who Are missionaries in Zarou French Morocco. She also read a poem a what would he say a a the committee upon song the dinner consisted of mrs. Glenn Franklin chairman mrs. Harry Allison mrs. C. H. Culberson and the misses Mary and Grace Stickel. Guests for the evening were or. Clarke miss Dorothy Clarke Mist Sharon Hartzell granddaughter of mrs. Mae Kung teacher of the class and three non resident guests. Misses Betty Ann Barbara Ellen and Frances May Warren of Wheaton Illinois who Are visiting their grandmother mrs. F. B Warren. C-e-3 miss Betty Phipps weds or. Dale Fairchild in the presence of a Large Assembly of relatives and friends i miss Betty Phipps daughter of or and mrs. Clifford Phipps of Fraser and or. Dale Fairchild son of or. And mrs. Lester fair Button front with which they wore harmonizing accessories and carried bouquets of contrasting Flower the Flower girl s frock was of yellow organdy and she carried a White Basket of Rose petals. The brides Mother was in Navy Blue dress with White accessories and the bridegroom Mother also wore Navy Blue with White a be atones both having a Corsage of Pink carnations. For the marriage service the couple stood before the altar with Pedestal baskets of Pink and White peonies at either tide and branched candelabra holding White Candle in the background. Each window of the Church was adorned with White Candle or rounded at the base with peonies and greenery and the Center aisle pews were decorated with nose Gays of roses and White Satin bows. Following the ceremony a reception a held in the schoolhouse where the serving table we entered with a three tier wedding cake topped with White Bells and doves and wreathed at the base with Pink roses and greenery. At either Side were two figurines and the table was appointed with tapers in Silver candelabra Silver Coffee service and arrangements of Pink and White Flowers. Miss Dorothy Young aunt of the Bride and mrs. Richard Anderson Cut the wedding cake or. Robert Hawthorne and miss Gertrude Leblanc presided at the Coffee service those assisting five per cent of the population will become patients in psychiatric hospitals it is said mental patients now occupy half of the nation s Hospital Beds. 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