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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Creston, Iowa Page two Creston news advertiser Creston Iowa saturday june 5,1003. Marilyn Kuhl is Bride of John Buman �t4s mrs. John Human Marilyn let of Kuhl and John Michael human were United in marriage at to a Saturday june 5, at Saint Malachy s Catholic Church in Creston. Rev. Patrick of pastor of the Church officiated. Pedestal baskets of Large White chrysanthemums yellow fug ii chrysanthemums and White Gladioli graced the altar. The Bride is die daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Kuhl. The Groom s parents Are or. And mrs. George Buman of i ural Harlan. The Bride wore a floor length White gown of Cotton Damn. Simply embroidered and styled with Empire Waistline and puffed sleeves reminiscent of the Early nineteenth Century. She had designed the gown herself and complimented it with a shoulder length silk lace Mantilla. She carried a Petite Basket of White daisies. Kathryn Ann Kuhl was Lier Sisters maid of Honor. Her yellow and White cheeked Gingham a Man matched the brides gown in style except for the sleeves which were straight each ending in a flounce at the Ella no. Her nosegay of yellow daisies matched the ones used to fashion her headband. Joseph John Buman of Harlan attended his brother As Hest Man. Roller m Kuhl brother of the Bride Ami John Buman la of Harlan Cousin of the Groom ushered. Reception immediately following the wedding ceremony a reception for 75 relatives and close friends was held at the Home of the brides parents. Hie three tier j White wedding cake was arranged on a White lace covered table. Attractive arrangements of yellow and White daisies carried out the brides chosen color scheme assisting with the reception were mrs. William r. Boll of Osceola min. Rex Mitchell min. Scott Thompson and mrs. John cruise. Tile Bride is a graduate of Iowa state University Ames and attended graduate school at University of Iowa. Iowa City for one semester. She is a member of Delta Zeta social sorority. Hie Groom is a graduate of Bina state University Ames and is a senior Law student at University of Iowa Iowa City. Or. And mrs. Human will reside at 72ft 20th Avenue Boulevard apartment i Coralville. Iowa. Birthday party for Art Lar Ricl a birthday party for Art her-11 was held Friday evening at the Lyman Cecil Home. Ice Cream cake and Coffee were served during tile enjoyable evening. Present in addition to the Hon Ord Man and his wife were mrs. Carl Cecil mrs. Kin Cecil or. And mrs. John Parkins min. Fri Aries Jackson Ami Bonnie min. Lee Huff Mark and Teresa mrs. Willis White and or. And mrs. Lyman Cecil Jeff and Jim. Saturday Cloverleaf Square dance 8 30 ., Diagonal gym. Community so rower for or. And min. Stephen Spriggs 8 30 ., Jerusalem Church. Sunday Colden wedding open House for or. And mrs. Archie Harrison 2 to i Lister Hall first Christian Church All friends and relatives invited. Tjien House for 10th anniversary of or. And mrs. Harry Schuler 2 to 5 ., Library clubroom All friends and relatives invited. Silver anniversary open House for or. And mrs. Kidon i in her 2 to 5 pm. Corning methodist church1 no gilts. Lincoln hoosiers 1-1 f club tour i ., Richard Moberg a Home. Area a inspiration 2 30 To 4 ., Lorimor Christian Church. Talmage picnic and reunion schoolhouse. Monday no rehearsal of Union county women a chorus till june 21. Hospital auxiliary executive meeting 9 30 ., Hospital. Golden Circle auxiliary. 7 30 ., mrs. Vincent Hultquist. Mem club mrs. It it Gtna allude Eastern Star 8 ., stated meeting. Spaulding pushers 4-h club 6 30 Center schoolhouse take sewing equipment. Tuesday la to b of it 1 30 ., Library. Ave Maria society 7 30 ., immaculate Conception c Hurch. Post office family picnic Mckinley Park 6 30 Kent women society mrs. Lester Randlett. Nevin Ville Aid Wiener roast Nevin Ville Park rain Date june lot. Wishful tops 9 a. Rn., mrs. Earl Popple ice at Rue mans cafe. Alpha class Zion Church 2 p. In. Pc re 7 30 ., Gas company. Key Home plants to time lutheran women missionary league Tow lutheran women s missionary league met hair Day at Trinity i lutheran Church with 14 members and two guests mrs. Floyd in Moi and Rev. Paul Faga in attendance. Tin meeting opened with the singing of a come thou almighty min. Charles film read Mark 16 14-20 and offered prayer. Rev. Faga led a discussion and quiz on the lords supper. Mrs. Finn conducted the Iasi Ness meeting. The group voted to Purchase and assist in making White altar cloths. Mrs. Harold rail and mrs. Ehm Are to ii in i a family devotions Book display for the Church. Min. Homa id Krueger mrs. Hill Ulm min. Ivan Blazek min. Clyde Jensen and min. Hugh Sanson were App unwed to serve refreshments following tis Pablo school program Friday june la. Min. Jim Adams was chosen to is a candidate on us Liml zone Iki hot. The ii sip voted to Only Flowers for children who Are to he confirmed on sunday. The group voted to make Tho july meeting a joint me voting with the voters Assembly the third week in july. Min. Ehm reported on visiting. The meeting a kit Sid with us lord prayer in unison. Mrs. Jensen and mrs. La maid Ling served ref rest Ament. Firefly a diary i t to recently Hie firefly auxiliary to the Creston Volunteer firemen met at the City Hall tuesday evening. May 25. It was decided to hold the next meeting at the shelter House at the country Chih at 7 30 Tuesday june 22. Anyone needing a ride should Contact min. Roger turn Liberg. C Hildren to Honor it lieder Young Mack Shu big the children of or into mis. Chester Young of Gram i River township w ill in hosts Al an on a House at the . Hall in Macksburg sunday. June 13, in Observance of their 40th wedding anniversary All of their friends and relatives Are United to Call. Or. Lillard Sash or. Helen Sash mrs. Bernard Fry Sash triplets 50th anniversary finds triplets in attendance or. Hillard Sash of Atlantic mrs. Bernard p by of Corning j and or. Helen Sash of Creston have More in common than their Middle initial the letter It icy Are triplets probably tin Only ones Over graduated from Creston High school. On Friday evening. May 28, just 50 years from their graduation night they and several Oiler members of the class held a re Union in Creston. Inspirer to study osteopathy by their aunts or. Elizabeth Sash of Meadville pa., and or. Ida Sash of Idaho Falls ida., Hillard Anil Helen graduated from the same institution american school of osteopathy Kirksville to. Hazel married Bernard Fry who also studied Al Kirksville Ini t graduated from still College of osteopathy Des Moines. Ile practice at Corning until his death a few ago. The triplets older sister or. Piano recital a Iven thursday min. Jack whited presented her piano students in a recital thursday evening in the Sanctuary of Hie first Christian cultured. Tebbie rebbe played a stars and stripes forever a Diane Tyner a a Hie holy City a and in Hie Selim played a a Hie skaters other no inters we re a Inch me and Pinch me a by Jem Early a dangerous journey by Karen Roatch a Emu Seftas a Waltz by Sandra Moore a the caissons go reining along by Kay Kearns a a dreaming by Jan Aurelius a bicycle built for tween by Cindy White a Grandfather s a Loc k a by Mollie. Gen tie a me ill of my heart Quot by Sandra Faust a a a no glow worm Quot by Linda Heel and vet ices of Spring by Myron i Lerz Liberg. In the recital also were two due to a a Hie Parade of the wooden soldiers by Linda Sebec i and my Lim Herz tier and a a Hie american pallid by Kay Hoe is and Sandra Faust. Kat in r and Jill White were usher retire at the recital. Be la Sinai of Creston was the first of the Creston sashes to enrol at Kirksville. She now practices in Cre Ston having taken Over the practice of tin late or. Theresa Burns who incidentally was the triplets Kin Dei Gai in Leacher Lief re at Videlle age Dee iced to switch from teaching to osteopathy. I it a. Ill land continues his practice at Atlantic. Or. Lle Len practice in Eliza be the n.j., until retiring two years ago to bring Lier Kotlier bark to Creston to he near the rest of the family. She so not is one Day a Aeh week to Dpi a or. Lela in her practice. The younger Biol her of the triplets John Sash of Creston owns and operates the Cresley burial vault company which was founded by their slither. The unusual family end cation to one Profet Susiem scents to be naming but. Tile grandchildren of mrs. George Sash so far have shown no tendency to go Illse get steel Paliy. Phyllis Huff and daughter or. Ami min. Keith Mathers Bonnie Jackson or. Ami mrs. Hugh i h to it in. Or. I in i min Willis i link i a Ami David mrs. Levvis Hance Duane Hance lie Ane from Noi Hwe St Missouri state College. Maryville me>., and Mary Hardman Home from Bina state University Ames and leaving Lei Start St Cie in a lit Extension Wink at Cedar rapids in Lynn county. Honor Nebraska faintly Iii dinner or. And mrs. I i Al ii i Cook and daughters Connie Ariel Kiln Elf line Etin neb., paid an Unez a pm a Tel it visit to the Lincoln a Hapel new Nightie Nile m a Sumray Memerial Day and we re lion Oreil at an extern Toran it Ous come As you Are Brig a that you have prepaid Rook native dinner after Church services. The heists were or. Ami mrs. Roller Hardman. Willard son Elf or. Ami mrs ahem Cheik. Had lived in Hie line Oln be As a Leiy and Yelling Man Lief re the family Mewe Al to Osee i a. A the dipole Ign was Sung As Grace Lief re Hie it in lie ions meal w Asem Joyed. Sharing in t h e pleasant occasion were Gie a Harriman. Mrs. Boma Spriggs or. And mrs. John Parkins mrs. Read human events for facts about political leaders. How your congressmen vote. In reporting the nows human events is objective it Aims for accurate presentation of the facts. But it is not impartial. It looks at events through eyes that Are biased in favor of limit i constitutional government local self government private Enterprise and individual Freedom. These principles represented the Bias of the founding fathers. We think the Bine Bias will preserve Freedom in America. Founded iou a subscribe now published weekly at 410 first Street s.e., Washington . 20003 one year subscription $12.50. Five week subscription $1. Let Volk editor know no Quot Pini #<1uor� a flail to know the pro i or a of Ali or ranter your r#oomm#ni1, arum Tho of your Friend Iriny it ars tout it Altor to Chook a conservancy columnist rather than a Liberal the next Tim to in Ike a Lite Anil located columnists whose writing Appeal or human events ure Habile. Alexander i lie Allen senti l i port it of run John i Kalph de Llort Lutu hurry Coldwater 1�?~hiii Harvey Jen Liln Jones James j. Klepal Clrk Kirk Irene i or Hall Kulm Victor Fulton Lam i or. Or. Mas staffer tar yer liar Honald i. Lingers Monte it kind Henry 4. Jailor i Odt w alter i militia Atlee Widener tops Wilt liners change limn Tous Wayl tors club met at 7 . Wednesday with 21 present Tim total loss a it is ill s in mods Ami tilt total gain was 17 it Nils. Mrs. Ronald Piel was Ruth ii for hic week and min. John Krabiel won in fruit Hast. Min. Jyh Hamadan received the door prize. It was decided to change the hour of hic meetings from 7 to 7 30 p in dining the summer months. Min. Glen Herzog of Ken will in hostess at a shelter House Iii Mckinley Park at 7 30 Next wed nest Lay. Install officers \ i is r annual Bank incl Cher to women attended the annual banquet of the eagles auxiliary held at 6 30 p. Iii. at Benting cafe. Mrs. In a Ney Lewis pinned corsages on each of the of Fleer. As i hey entered the Banque room. After All Wen seated min. Harry Mcallister gave the invocation. Following the banquet t h e group went to the eagles Hall where the lh�.i-6ii of lifers were installed. Min. Glenn weal Mouth called the meeting to Oiler. All of Hie chairmen reported including mrs. L. T. Sheridan auxiliary who gave a de Kodak Kodak film finishing snapshots enlarged rightful summary of her work As card chairman Felling about Hie cards sen to hic ill As Well As those of congratulations. She will he succeeded by mrs. Paul Moore As card chairman. A idler from he girl scouts thanking Hie auxiliary for their spot nor slip was read. Joint picnic plans were made to hold a joint picnic with the eagles at the Gene Mccann farm t h e evening of june 13. The men Are to furnish the Fried c Hicken and Cadi of the women is to take a covens dish. In ease of had weather the event will in Post a it no it i till june 20. Mrs. William t. A Lark installing president and mrs. Riley Bristow installing conductor were in charge of the impressive installation service for the incoming officers. After Leola Mckay had Lieen installed As president was conducted to tile station of the past president. Min. Wear Mouth who gave a a Beautiful Reading in Lier Honor and asked All of the members to faithfully support her during her year in office. Min. Wearmouth thanked All who had helped make her year such a pleasure. Receives roses miss Mckay was Lee a few Steps farther and them was presented six red roses by mrs. Binny Lewis mrs. Keith Sammons mrs. Harry Byars fran Cee Byars mrs. Paul Moore and min. Leroy Barton. Slit thanked the ladies for Hie roses and the auxiliary for having elected her to the honoured kit a it Ion. Shie then seated and invested with the auxiliary regalia. Min. L. C. Vest past Junior president present eel a president s pin to min Wearmouth who also received a a Beautiful certificate from the Gram i Eric for her service he past year. The new president named her chairmen for the coming year. An auxiliary it Luck picnic was sched Iilma for 7 p. Iii. June 23 at Mckinley Park. The next officers meeting will i held june 15 and the regular meeting will in june 17. The serving committee on the latter Date will he Nellie Hartman Carol Hauser mrs. Us Healey and mrs. By Kay Sherwood newspaper Enterprise Assn. For the homemaker whose thumb is not so Green Spring is a rather discouraging time of year. Having lavished love and fertilizer on the daisies and Sweet alyssum my Reward is spindly plants and modest blooms. Stepping Hack to Admire the effect my Eye is inevitably drawn to my neighbors a Yard which is a Blaze of color and masterly landscaping. Arnost As galling is the contrast indoors Between my Jelly Glass vase full of pallid daisies and the vases and howl filled with a Garden catalogue of Flowers in my neigh Liori a Home All from her a cutting big gardens require hours of hard work. Perhaps we should scale our Garden efforts to Hie time we can spare and the interest we can maintain in horticulture. This thought sprang to mind As i was perusing a florists Telegraph in livery service Booklet in which Are pictured a variety of bouquets and arrangements including miniature gardens in a dish. A Gaillen area just my Speed our Florist told me this is a european idea that has caught on in this country. Miniature gardens Are essentially made up of foliage plants. They can in dressed up for use on s a Cial occasions by incorporating fresh Flowers into the Little landscape. The individual Garden is landscaped by the Florist after a heart to heart consultation on ones gardening interests and habits. If you Are the casual Tysik he May recommend sem tropical greenery which is sturdy and not too fussy about special attention. Gardens Are planted in dishes Ceramic bowls Metal or wink1 containers which you or the Florist Supply of you have a liking for Oriental figurines or a Munford Hiatt. Min. Lena hindus received the Dot Kir prize. Past Noble Council Steven Cen past Noble grands enjoyed a 12 39 p. In. Jiotluck1 luncheon Friday at lilt ice f Hall. Min. J. G. Stamper was chairman of the committee in charge with mrs. Clair Bill Smith and mrs. Margaret Anton assisting. The tables were decorated w Ith Garden i Lowers. At 2 p. In. The president mrs Ray reek nor a ailed the meeting to order with prayer. Most of the g ii nip gave interesting details of their res Ketive wedding Days in response to Roll Call tin topic proving to in most interesting As Well As a Planate to hit month. Cards were signed for several sick members. Mrs. Recknor mrs. Rex James and mrs. Grace gook we in initial it by min. Will Hupp mrs. John muffin and mrs. John Coleman. The meeting closed with the Mizpah in unison. The next meeting will in held at tin Hall at 2 p. In. Friday july 2. Miniature gardens made up of foliage plants can easily be dressed up for use on special occasions by adding fresh Cut Flowers in tiny tubes of water. Favorite Bird figurine tin Florist May to Able to incorporate this into the arrangement. Dish gardens need Light and air 1h.i1 not direct sunlight Ikui or drafts. When you wish to dress up tin Guidon Cut or buy a few select blooms and get from the Florist tiny tidies for water. Flowers can in poked into the soil directly but they wont last As Long. The pid recommends conditioning Flowers by immersing the stems in water of to degrees for three hours with the Blossom Heads wrap led in tissue paper during treatment. Miniature carnations and Sweet Lieut roses Are suggested for a dinner party table Centrepiece. Daisies Freesia or tiny yellow it of Moons Are pretty for informal Buffet settings. Strip off the greenery Cut stems at a slant and put Hie Flowers in tin tubes the tidies into the soil. If you plan to use a Garden As a Centrepiece often florists in commend choosing plants that will be five inches below Eye level. Creston new advertiser i. J. Van Nostrand. Publisher published afternoons except sunday by die Creston publishing company 206 North Maple Sheet. Ente cd at Post office in Creston own 50801, of second class mail matter under tile act of Congress on March 2, 1879. Vol. 85, no. 54 june 5, 1965 official paper for Creston for Union county and for Union county Extension service. Member of the Inland daily press association. Member Iowa daily press association Des Moines news and business office 508 shops building. Member of the associated press. The associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for reproduction of All local Cis Well us a news dispatches. Subscription rates a in Creston by earner 40c per Wert. By mail in Union and adjoining counties $9 Jimh year $4 75 six months. In Iowa outside Union and adjoining counties $10 per year. Outside Iowa $ 13 per year. By evening motor route $13 per year. In Creston if you fail to receive your Majier dial 782 214 1 before 6 15 And a Pajzer will be Dis patched to you. 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