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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Creston, Iowa Page two Marilyn Kuhl is Bride of John m. Buman Calendar Creston news advertiser Creston Iowa saturday june 5,19g5. A mrs. John m. Human Marilyn i of Kuhl and John Michael Buman were United in marriage at 10 . Saturday june 5, at Saint Malaehy s Catholic Church in Crest on. Rcv. Patrick of pastor of Iho Church officiated. Pedestal baskets of Large White chrysanthemums yellow fug ii chrysanthemums and White Gladioli graced the altar. The Bride is the daughter off it a. And mrs. Robert m. Kuhl. The grooms parents Are or. And mrs. George Buman of Rural Harlan. The Bride wore a floor length White gown of Cotton Dacron 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 her Sisters maid of Honor. Her yellow and White checked Gingham gown matched the brides gown in style except for the sleeves which were straight each ending in a flounce at the Ella in. Her nosegay of yellow daisies matched the ones used to fashion her headband. Joseph John Buman of Harlan attended his brother Asl it Ost Man. Robert m. Kuhl brother of the Bride and John Buman ii of Harlan Cousin of the Groom ushered. A Rcpt Ion immediately following the wedding ceremony a recept Ion for 75 relatives and close friends was held at the Home of the brides parents. The three tier 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. Bell of Osceola. Mrs. Rex Mitchell i i s. Scott Thompson and mrs. I John cruise. The Bride is a graduate of Iowa state University Amos and attended graduate school at University of Iowa Iowa City j for one semester. She is a member of Delta Zeta social sorority. The Groom is a graduate of Iowa state University Arnes and is a senior Law student at University of Iowa Iowa City. Or. And mrs. Buman will reside at 729 20th Avenue Boulevard apartment 1, Coralville Iowa. I Rudny party for Art Lac Rhyl a birthday party for Art her Ike was held Friday evening at the Lyman Cecil Home. Ice Cream cake and Coffee were served during the enjoyable evening. Present in addition to ltd tin Hon ored Man and his wife were mrs. Carl Cecil mrs. I n Cecil or. Ami mrs. John Parkins mrs. Charles Jackson and Bonnie mrs. 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 Shower for or. And mrs. Stephen Spriggs 8 30 ., Jerusalem Church. Sunday of Olden wedding open House for or. And mrs. Archie Harrison 2 to 1 Lister Hall first Christian Church All friends and relatives invited. Open 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. Eldon Lowther 2 to 5 Coming methodist Church no gifts. Lincoln Boos lors 4-h club tour 1 ., Richard Moberg a Home. Area Singsi ration 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. Leona a la it to. Eastern Star 8 ., stated meeting. Spaulding pushers 4-1t club 6 30 ., Center schoolhouse take sewing equipment. Tuesday la to b of it 1 30 ., Library. Ave Maria society 7 30 ., immaculate Conception Church. Post office family picnic Mckinley Park 6 30 Kent women a society mrs. Lester Rundlett. Nevin Ville Aid Wiener roast Nevin Ville Park rain Date june 10. Wishful tops 9 a. M., mrs. Earl Peppmeier at Ruckmann cafe. Alpha class Zion Church 2 p. Ucac 7 30 ., Gas company. Lutheran women s missionary league the lutheran women a missionary league met thursday at Trinity lutheran Church with 14 members and two guests mrs. Floyd Immel and Rev. Paul Kaga in attendance. The meeting opened with the singing of a come thou almighty mrp. Charles Khan read Mark 16 14-20 and offered prayer. Rev. Faga led a discussion and quiz on the lords supper. Mrs. Klim conducted the business mooting. The group voted to Purchase and assist in making White altar cloths. Mrs. Harold rail and mrs. Ehm Are to al out a family devotions a xxx a display for the Church. Mrs. Bernard Krueger mrs. Bill Ulm mrs. Ivan Blazek mrs. Clyde Jensen and mrs. Hugh Sanson were apr tinted to serve refreshments follow ing the Bible school program Friday june 11. Mrs. Jim Adams was chosen to la a candidate on the Liml zone ballot. The group voted to buy Flowers for children who Are to he confirmed on sunday. The group vol cd to make the july meeting a joint meeting with the voters Assembly the third week in july. Mrs. Ehm reported on visiting. The meeting closed with the lords prayer in unison. Mrs. Jensen and mrs. Ronald Long served refers laments. Key Home plants to time Helen Sash mrs. Bernard Sash triplets 50th anniversary finds triplets in attendance firefly auxiliary alerts recently the firefly auxiliary to the Creston Volunteer firemen met at the City Hall tuesday evening May 25. It was derided to hold the next meeting at the shelter House at the country club at 7 30 Tuesday june 22. Anyone needing a ride should Contact mrs. Roger Nurnberg. It Lii Dren to Honor it pics scr Youngs Macks Burg the children of or and mrs. Chester Young of grand River township will he hosts at an Ojo n House at the . Hall in Marksburg sunday. Juno 13. In Observance of their 10th wedding anniversary. All of their friends and relatives arc invited to Call. Or. Hillard Sash of Atlantic mrs. Bernard Fry of coining and or. Helen Sash of Creston have More in common than their Middle initial the letter m. They Are triplets probably the Only ones Ever graduated from Creston High school. On Friday evening May 2x, just 50 years from their graduation night they and several other members of the class held a reunion in Creston. Inspired to study osteopathy by their aunts or. Elizabeth Sash of Meadville pa., and l r. Ida Sash of Idaho Falls ida., Hillard and Helen graduated from the same institution american school of osteopathy Kirksville to. Hazel married Bernard Fry who also studied at Kirksville but graduated from still College of osteopathy i gets Moines. He practice at Corning until his death a few years ago. The triplets older sister or. Piano recital Given thursday mrs. Jack whiled presented her piano students in a recital thursday evening in the Sanctuary of the first Christian Church. Dobbie Bebbe played a stars and stripes forever a Diane Tyner a the holy cily a and in brio Selim played quot Hie skaters other num Liers were a Inch me and Pinch me a by Jon Early a dangerous journey by Karen Veatch a mus Etta a Waltz by Sandra met a it to a the caissons go rolling along by Kay kit a it is a a dreaming by Jan Aurelius a bicycle built for two by Cindy White a Grandfather s clock by Monica gentle a heart of my heart by Sandra Faust a the glow worm by Linda school and voices of Spring by Myron i Herzberg. In the recital also were two duets a the Parade of the wooden soldiers by Linda school and Myron her Berg and a the american patrol a by Kay Koons and Sandra Faust. Nav Tyner and Jill White were usher ettes at the recital. Honor Nebraska family at dinner or. And mrs. Willard Cook and daughters Connie and Kim of Lincoln nob., paid an unexpected visit to the Lincoln Chapel sunday memorial Day and were honoured at an extemporaneous come As you Are bring what you have prepared Cix Sperat ivc dinner after Church services. The hosts were or. And mrs. Roli Ort Hardman. Willard son of or. And mrs. Allen c my a had lived in the Lincoln Neil Lily it re xxx As a la Gay and Young Man. Before the family moved to Osceola. The doxology was Sung As Grace before the delicious meal was enjoy Ixl. Sharing in t h e pleasant occasion were Glen Hardman. Mrs. Bern a Spriggs or. And mrs. John Parkins mrs. Lola Sloat of Creston was the first of the Teston sashes to enrol at Kirksville. She now practices in Creston having taken Over the practice of the late or. Theresa Burns who incidentally was the triplets kindergarten teacher before sin1, at Middle age decided to switch from teaching to osteopathy. Or. 11 i 1 la Ixl continues his practice at Atlantic. Or. Helen practice in Elizabeth n.j., until retiring two years ago to bring her Mother Back to Creston to to near the rest of the family. She spends one Day each week helping or. Lola in her practice. The younger brother of the triplets John Sash of Creston owns and operates the Creston burial vault company which was founded by their fait her. The unusual family dedication to one profession seems to be running out. The grandchildren of mrs. George Sash so far have shown no tendency to go into of too it Atli. Phyllis Huff and daughter or. And mrs. Keith Mathers Bonnie Jackson or. And mrs. Hugh Bolton or. And mrs. Willis Hoakison and David mrs. Lewis Hance Duane i Lance Home from Northwest Missouri state College Maryville mo., and Mary Hardman Home from Iowa state in University Ames and leaving to Start student Extension work at Cedar rapids in Lynn county. Toils Way liners change hour tops Way liners club met at 7 Wednesday with 21 present. The total loss was Ham pounds and the total gain was 17 j of Hinds. Mrs. Ronald Piel was Quern for i lit week and mrs. John Krabiel won the Basket. Mrs. Joe Llanahan received the Dot a it a prize. It was decided to change the hour of the meetings from 7 to 7 30 During Chr summer months. Mrs. Glen Herzog of Kent will Ihu hostess at a shelter House in Mckinley Park at 7 30 Next wednesday. Install officers alter annual banquet Over 40 women attended the annual banquet of the eagles auxiliary held at 6 30 p. Thursday at be Ming cafe. Mrs. Birney Lewis pinned corsages on each of the officers As they entered the banquet room. Alter All were seated mrs. Harry Mcallister gave the invocation. Following the banquet i h c group went to the eagles Hall where the 1965-66 officers were installed. Mrs. Glenn Wearmouth eau al the meeting to order. Allol the chairmen Rex need including mrs. L. T. Sheridan auxiliary a Mother a who gave a delightful summary of her work As card chairman telling about the cards sent to the ill As Well As those of congratulations. She will he succeeded by mrs. Paul Moore As card chairman. A letter from the girl scouts thanking the auxiliary for their sponsorship was read. Joint picnic plans were made to hold a joint picnic with the eagles at the Gene Mccann farm i h e evening it it a june 13. The men Are to furnish the Fried Chicken and each of the women is to take a covered dish. In Case of bad weather the event will be Post med till june 20. Mrs. William t. Clark installing president and mrs. Riley Bristow installing conductor were in charge of the impressive installation service for the incoming officers. After loot Mckay had lion installed As president was conducted to the station of the past president mrs. Wearmouth who gave a a Beautiful Reading in her Honor and asked All of the members to faithfully support her during her year in office. Mrs. Wearmouth thanked All who had helped make her year such a pleasure. Receives roses miss Mckay was led a few Steps farther and there was presented six red roses by i Birney Lewis mrs. Keith Sam 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 Back to Admire the effect my Eye is inevitably drawn to my neighbors a Yard which is a Blaze of color and masterly landscaping. Almost As galling is the contrast indoors Between my Jelly Glass vase full of pallid daisies and the vases and bowl filled with a Garden catalogue of Flowers in my neighbors Home All from her a cutting big gardens require hours of half a work. Perhaps we should scale our Garden efforts to the time w c can spare and the interest we can maintain in horticulture. T h i s thought sprang to mind As 1 was perusing a florists Telegraph delivery service Booklet in which Are pictured a variety of bouquets and arrangements including miniature gardens in a dish. A Garden area just my Speed our Florist told me this is a european idea that has caught on in this country. Miniature gardens arc essentially made up of foliage plants. They can Ihu dressed up for use on special occasions by incorporating fresh Flowers into the Little landscape. The individual Garden is land sea xxx by the Florist after a heart to heart consultation on ones gardening interests and habits. If you Are the casual Type he May recommend Semi tropical greenery which is sturdy and not too fussy about special attention. Gardens Are planted in dishes Ceramic bowls Metal or Wood containers which you or the Florist Supply. If you have a liking for Oriental figurines or a Man Ford Hiatt. Mrs. Lena 1 limit s received the door prize. Mons mrs. Harry Cee Byars mrs. And mrs. Leroy thanked the ladies and tin auxiliary elected her to the Byars fran Paul Moore Barton. She for 1he roses for having honoured Jagt sit Ion. She w As then Soat exl and invest Cal with the auxiliary re Galia. Mrs. L. C. Vest past Junior president present Cal a presidents pin to mrs. Wearmouth who also received a Beautiful certificate from the grand aerie for her service the past year. The new president named her chairmen for the coming year. An auxiliary a it Tluzek picnic was scheduled for 7 p. June 23 at Mckinley Park. The Newt officers meeting will be held june 15 and the regular meet i ing will in june 17. The serving committee on the latter Date will be Nellie Hartman Carol Klaus i or mrs. Joe Healey and mrs. Miniature gardens made up of foliage plants can of Sily be dressed up for use on special occasions by adding fresh Cut mowers in tiny tubes of water. Favorite May be into the dish air but Bird figurine the Florist Able to incorporate this it arrangement gardens need Light and not direct sunlight heat fast Noble Graml Council or drafts. When you wish to dress up the Garden Cut or buy a few select blooms and get from the Florist tiny tubes for water. Flowers can be liked into the soil directly but they wont last As Long. The Ftp recommends conditioning Flowers by immersing the stems in water of 110 degrees for three hours with the Blossom Heads wrapped in tissue paper during treatment. Miniature carnal ions Ami sweetheart roses arc suggested for a dinner party table Centrepiece. Daisies Freesia or tiny yellow pompous Are pretty for informal Buffet settings. Strip off the greenery Cut stems at a slant and put the Flowers in tlx1 tubes the tubes into the soil. If you plan to use a Garden As a Centrepiece often florists recommend choosing plants that will be five inches below Eye level. Noble grands p. A it Tluck at the i oof Stamper was committee in s. Clair Bill seventeen past enjoyed a 12 30 luncheon Friday Hall. Mrs. J. G. Chairman of the charge with or Smith and mrs. Margaret Anton assisting. The tables were decorated with Garden Flowers. At 2 p. The president mrs. Ray reek nor called the meeting to order with prayer. Most of the group gave interesting details of their respective wedding Days in response to Roll Call the topic proving to be most interesting As Well As appropriate to the month. Cards were signed for several sick Mcm tits. Mrs. Reek nor mrs. Rex James and mrs. Grace Cix it a were initiated by mrs. Will Hupp mrs. John Moffit and mrs. John Coleman. The meeting closed with the Mizpah in unison. The next meeting will let a held at the Hall at 2 p. Friday july 2. Creston news advertiser e. J. Van Nostrand publisher published afternoons except Sun Day by the Creston publishing company 206 North Maple Street. 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