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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Boone, Iowa Wedding planned Ali id mrs. Willard Hunt of Gardena California announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter f Cheryl Lee and Donald Paul Kelley son of or. And mrs. William Kelley of Gardena. The wedding is planned for january 19, 1972. Hie Kelley Hamdy formerly lived in Boone. The bridegroom elect is serving with the . Marine corps stationed in North Carolina. Madrid adults and Young people on tour of faiths it a Madrid a fight two Young people and fourteen adults from five Madrid churches participated in the a tour of faiths sunday november 14th, in Des Moines. Rodney Murtle and Reuben Peterson drove the buses used for transportation. The tour is sponsored by the Des Moines area Council of churches. The nine churches on the twelve mile bus tour included St. Johns lutheran Church St. Paul a episcopal Chapel St. Georges greek orthodox Church first Church of the open Bible Westminster United presbyterian Church i. Olive lutheran Church the jewish synagogue first Church of Christ scientist and St. Ambrose Cathedral. Want ads hold Cash secrets mrs. Robert Lee Lovejoy or. Honor i at prenuptial parties mrs. Robert Lee Lovejoy jr., the former miss Eileen veiny Lawson a Bride of november 13th, was honoured at prenuptial parties Given in Mason City and Boone. Sunday afternoon no vember 7th, mrs. Floyd Woodward and mrs. Warren Davisson of Mason City aunts of the Bride entertained a Large group of relatives and friends at a party in the Wesley United methodist Church parlor in Mason City. Those attending from Boone were the Honoreen aunt miss Wava Woodward and the bridegroom s Mother mrs. Shirley Winters. During the social afternoon a miscellaneous Shower was held the gifts being arranged on a table entered with a doll Bride. The nuptial colors of Ivory and Persimmon were featured in the party appointments and serving of a tray i lunch by the hostesses. The honoree was assisted in opening her gifts by her cousins. Miss Gloria Woodward of Mason City and mrs. Irene Baumgardner of Hampton. The guest of Honor and her aunt miss Woodward were presented corsages gifts from the hostesses. Mesdames Gary Blomgren Bert Doran Steven Hilts Ames and Earl Anondson and miss Sharon Cole entertained at a prenuptial party tuesday eve Ning november 9th, at 8 of clo it k in the first United methodist Church parlor. Upon arrival the honoured guest was presented a Corsage of Ivory roses accented with Persimmon ribbon i and corsages of Orange and Bronze mums were presented to her aunt miss Woodward and mrs. Winters. A Large group of the couples relatives and friends enjoyed an evening of visiting and games. During the evening the guests held a miscellaneous Shower for the Bride who was assisted in the gift opening by her sister in Law mrs. Lee Lawson of Detroit Michigan and mrs. Thomas Dawdy sister of the the Boone news Republican s we Oma n p. Age Boone newcomers club program a Christmas decorations Boone newcomers club met thursday evening november 18th at 7 30 at Christmas City where they enjoyed a guided tour and Brief talk on Christmas decorations by mrs. Chet Lawson during the informal talk punch was served. After the program the club held its regular meeting at the Hawkeye savings amp loan Community room ten guests were introduced mrs. Jesse mrs Hays mrs. Pelican mrs. James Van even mrs. Victor hover mrs. Whiteman mrs. Steven son mrs. Hay mrs e j. Sta Del and mrs. Mattingly. Routine business was Irons acted and plans were discussed for a Christmas dinner to be held further details to be announced later. Those appointed on the committee in charge of i the event Are mrs. James Solko mrs. Dennis Womeldorf mrs John Wick and mrs. John an Drews. Mrs. Irwin was appointed chairman of the food committee for the coming term refreshments were served during the evening by the hostess committee. Mrs. Marvin Esse of mrs. Larry Marske and mrs. Womeldorf. Oka studio photo miss Eileen Veloy Lawson Bride of Robert Lee Lovejoy or. Why wait til Mondoy a by de8room at the Ose of the for the prescription you need sunday in first United methodist Church saturday afternoon november 13th, at 2 of clock miss Eileen Veloy Lawson we Are open to . A i . Sundays evening refreshments were served from a table entered with an arrangement of dried fait Flowers and Ivory candles in Crystal holders. The nuptial colors of Ivory and Persimmon were featured and the table was appointed with a Silver Coffee service and Crystal punch bowl presided Over by miss Woodward and mrs. Winters. Remember the stores listed below Are open monday and Friday nights till 9 . A Bowmans shoe co. A j. C. Penney co. A Ben Franklin a coast to coast a Trade Home shoe store a place s a Woolworth a ross7 a Holiday House a Spurgeon s a Walt s card shop daughter of Charles t. Lawson 913 third Street and the late mrs. Lawson became the Bride of Robert Lee Lovejoy jr., son of mrs. Shirley Winters 1035 -16th Street Boone and Robert l. Lovejoy sr., 330 Valley drive Carlisle Iowa. The Rev. William Miller officiated at the double ring ceremony mrs. Richard Schroder organist and Colin Demery vocal soloist provided traditional nuptial music. Miss Coleen a. Lawson sister of the Bride served As maid of Honor and mrs. Lei c. Lawson a sister in Law was bridesmaid. They wore peasant gowns designed with Ivory Quaker lace bodice and Persimmon Linen skirt trimmed with braid. They wore Persimmon Loop bows with streamers in their hair and carried natural Wicker baskets of i wheat bittersweet and Bronze i Daisy pompous with Orange rib a Bon and tulle. Miss Tori Stillwell who serv red As Flower girl was a min i nature replica of the brides attendants and carried a Basket of Flowers. Todd Stillwell served j As ring bearer. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Craig Allen i Lovejoy As Hest Man and his i other attendant was a brother in Law Thomas j. Dawdy. Tee Lawson brother of the Bride. I was head usher and other Ushers were James Cole and Lar try Mchugh. The Bride who was Given in marriage by her father and Hor aunt miss Wava Woodward wore an old fashioned gown of Ivory Quaker lace with Cameo neckline circled with Satin and a lace ruffle repeating itself on the skirt. Her Queen Anne Headpiece of Venice lace Anderson and or. And mrs. Floyd h. Woodward Uncle and aunt of the Bride were parlor hosts. Others assisting at the reception were mesdames Warren Davisson Howard Taylor John Lawson Tom Dawdy Gary Blomgren Steve c. Hilts John Tannehill misses Sharon Cole Judy Oliver Jolene Winters and Sara to Anderson. The Bride a 1964 graduate of Boone High school attended Boone Junior College and Iowa state University and is employed by the Pacific Telephone Annie company in Burlingame Call-1 York gave fornia. The bridegroom was graduated from Boone High school in 11 64. From Boone Junior College in 1966, and from the University of Iowa in 1968. He is employed by the California trucking association at Burl a ers on the faculty ingate in the labor relations j husband Eddie department. The newlyweds Are making their Home at 1439 Floribunda apartment 8, Burlingame California 94010. Social vents club news from grand Junction or. Were grand Junction land mrs. Loren Culley saturday evening supper guests of their daughter or. And mrs. Don Kersey Randy Tammy and Ricky of Des Moines to help their grandson Randy celebrate his Lith birthday. Or. And mrs. Duane Burk and family of Des Moines were also guests. Or. And mrs. Glen Hillman entertained their card group at their Home for an evening of cards and a cooperative lunch sunday evening november 7. Guests present were or. And mrs. John Cox of Paton Flossie Florman and los Talman of Jefferson or. And mrs. Carl held Okerblad or. And mrs. Tom a tiered silk illusion veil and she carried a Cascade of Green comb idiom orchids and Tropi Cana roses with candlelight Lack following the ceremony a reception was held Iii Fellowship Hall. Or. And mrs. Clyde a. Sanderson or. And mrs. Raymond Anderson and Mantle Ellwanger John Cox and mrs. Carl Okerblad won Low prizes Ray Anderson and mrs. Tom Sanderson won High prizes. Travelling prize went to mrs. John Cox. Harris school of Lance students at regional meeting the Chicago National association of dance masters held a successful regional meeting last weekend at the Savery hotel in Des Moines. Betty mat Harris Wells first vice president of the association was in charge of All events and although still handicapped from injuries received in a fall in August followed by nine weeks hospitalization was Able to attend with Aid of a wheelchair and Walker and assists from or. Wells and friends. There was the largest attendance for the c n m regional meeting since its first workshop in Des Moines 27 years ago members attending from All parts of Iowa Minnesota Kansas Illinois and Nebraska. This 58-year-old organization of dance masters is an accredited group of teachers dedicated to teaching the Best in the Art of dance. The faculty was outstanding and both of the hotel ballrooms were crowded from 9 . To 6 Galle from new instruction in Ballet techniques and dance routines. A native of Denmark she was a member of the Royal danish Ballet company and spent several years with the Stockholm Sweden Ballet. Oth included her Collins of Poughkeepsie new York who taught novelties tap and jazz. Richard Orve of Chicago instructed in modern jazz balance and body control Barbara j Jean Van Scoy a graduate of i the Harris school of dance taught two hawaiian dances and gave lessons to a group from Minneapolis. She has her own dance studios in fort Dodge and Ames. Mary Lea Leitch Al j so a Harris studio graduate j taught modern fad and disco-1 Teque dances. She is associated with the University Hospital in Iowa City teaching emotionally Dis j Turbed children dance therapy j and also has her own school of dance in Iowa City. Or. And mrs. Tom Palmer Atlantic Iowa brought their sound equipment for the musical appreciation. Mrs. Palmer is a member of the association. Those attending from Betty Mae a school were Carol Grabill. Carla Grabill Cindy Samson Anna Mae Clark Cathy Guenther Susan Schroeder. Mum ask about Nephron inhalant a pleasant and prompt Relief i sen f rom the Molt distressing symptoms. Mil i f is pharmacy Herrald drug co. Prenuptial party other social vents in Stratford area Stratford a a bridal Shower honouring miss Rachel Ahrens was held sunday october 31, in the roof Hall in be High. Mrs. Wayne Laird read several gems of Wisdom from a a wedding books that was written especially for miss Ahrens by mrs. Pearl Williams. After the group had participated in several games the honoured guest took her place at a fable covered with a lace cloth and entered with a Floral arrangement in fall colors. Later the Centrepiece was presented to the honoree. She was assisted in opening her gifts by misses Angela Ahrens and Denise Johnson. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The future teachers of America class of the Stratford school accompanied by two feathers went to Des Moines saturday. They visited the Salsbury House. The Art Murn and the science Tenter. A group of senior citizens met wednesday afternoon with a repro relative from Webster City at the Calvary United methodist Church. The purpose was to be informed concerning the organizing of a senior Citi it ens clubs Here. Another meeting will be held of the lutheran rho Rah Parlours no november 30 at 2 n in and if enough inter a Ted men and women attend this meeting olans Are that a germane of meeting place is being considered. Al kinds of crafts ceramics or they May bring their own knitting sewing or and special thing each wishes to do must bring them. Lunch was served by Rev. Ellis Andrews at the close of the meeting. Engagement or. And mrs. Harlan Eckley route 3, Boone announce the engagement of their daughter Barbara lean and Alan Rasmus son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Rasmus of Bonne. An August 19, 1972, wedding is being planned by the couple. Miss Eckley a graduate of South Hamilton High school is now attending Des Moines area Community collage Boon Campus. Her Fiance a graduate of Boone High school and Des Moines area Community College is a student at Northwest Missouri state College Maryville Missouri. Boone news Peru Brieon saturday november 20, l�7 elks Ani ladies thanksgiving Dan e tonight Boone Lodge no. 563, b p o. Elks and ladies will have their annual thanksgiving season dance firs saturday evening november 20th, in the club rooms. Arrangements Are in charge of the entertainment committee messes and mesdames Loren Knight chairmen Dale Ross Larry trip Dwight Adreon William Nordstrom and Vernon Moorman. Jills of Art to meet tuesday jills of Art will meet tuesday afternoon november 23rd, at 1 30 at the Home of mrs. Harold Rosengreen. Route 2. Mrs Max Bell will be co hostess. Bring a tape measure. Holiday House open sunday i p. M. To 5 p. M. A a a a a a a a i cup out and use a a a a a a a a in by a a a a Al a uni a run a a a a a a a a a a offer Good thru november 21 St a a Debbi Andrews. Joann Boon Liz Flummerfelt Ames. Rexann Chadwick Regina Dittmer Deb by and Denuse cleverly Brenda and Debbi Poling. Tammy Reimers Cindy Standley and Tammy Wilson. After the session or. And mrs. 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