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Dubuque Telegraph Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Dubuque, Iowa It hmm a by que by Anne Cabot crocheted of soft Wool in Gray and White this cunning Little kit in will help to keep the Young tors Happy and contented for tis Pussy never scratches. He pleasures 12 inches and Little ands and arms will love hold la him. Pattern no. 2208 contains Complete crocheting instructions a Mal requirements and stitch ii stations. Send 25 cents in coins your ame address and the pattern umber to Anne Cabot the Tel graph Herald. 372 w. Quincy treet Chicago 6. Iii. Beautiful fall patterns mid season and of al shoes reduced for these two Days Only suedes and Cowskin in Black Brown red Green and beige pumps and straps highs mid Heel and wedges All sizes represented but not in All styles. Shoes Salon air conditioned fashion floor Center when in Rome the Telegraph he old Dubuque ii., sept. 7, 1953 Page 5 position of lady ambassador extra Tough mrs. Luce says Geraldine Kerr becomes Bride Mcgregor girl in sunday evening service to be Mamed by Rosette Hargrove Nea staff correspondent has a frail look that is accentuated by the severe simplicity with thoi f1 0pl� Vibo saw which she dresses. She wore a Ethel Merman in her role As a ,. It ,.lady ambassador probably have,��?T1 by Quot al non arts to v hot <,1 d some highly erroneous ideas about. Oct very 1tlr an 1 no what it Means to be an Amassa Nail polish her hair now Gray Esse is slightly curled from a Center mrs. Clare Boothe Luce in her part. Role of Amassa a Ambas sadness her position Ress to Italy has m stay is doubly difficult. For High v i to a centuries. The attitude Here has time for Frivol tha a woman s is i s. In puts in h when her husband does a working Day that starts newlyweds at Church saturday service unites Iowa pair Oelwein la a Kuennen. Daughter mrs. Carl Kuennen la., was United Ann and in Agnes of or of Maynard marriage Postville la a vow were repeated at 7 30 . Sunday in the Community presbyterian Church As miss Geraldine Kerr daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth Kerr of Postville became the Bride of Willard l. Meyerhoff. Son of mrs. Etta Meyerhoff. Of Waterloo la. The Rev. Walter t Martin officiated. Mrs. Robert burling accompanied the vocalist la e. Anderson. Given in marriage by her father ,0 the Bride was attended by her Sis Mcgregor Law or. And mrs. William Thomas of Mcgregor announce the approaching Marti Ige of their daughter. Patricia to Robert Bacon son of or. And mrs. Fay Bacon of Prairie Duchien wis. The wedding will take place oct to at St. Paul s evangelical lutheran Church in Mcgregor. His Best to remain in the Back at 9 ground. Romans merely smile. A. In. And ends at c ,. Of2 a m Civ sine her arrival Here mrs. Lute a. Rn., six nays a week if it Isnit Nide Sev ral official trips six then ifs Sev Ali Youril the country that she had in visited previously As a War Cor theres a Good respondent the poverty of the mrs. Luca reason for this lessened some lat by an expand because she s still a Novelty in the Sion of i Aly s a Export Market ambassador business mrs. Lute a women professionally limited to Hoik twice As hard As her Mas she Points out that Industry com cd 11 be colleagues. Shes aware that Merce and to some extent the lib criticism would be far More be Oral professions Are closed to ital-1 Cie it she made a mistake. Ian women principally because dresses with simplicity of unemployment. The latest Fig As i sat talking to her in her Ore on unemployment places it office i thought she was begin close of two million. But on the Mug to show signs of Strain. She hopeful Side. Italian women have made. T Marrable strides in Muni Cipal government and have even entered parliament sine their franchise five years ago. It is now admitted in Rome somewhat reluctantly that foreign diplomats or italian statesmen who meet her officially Are completely won Over by her quiet Charm. They have also found once they Start discussing business that mrs Luce can hold her own very Well and that she has a sound knowledge Kuth Vii Cit of world affairs. She is no party giver preferring to keep entertainment to the minimum. But roman aristocracy missing the dinners and receptions i to which her predecessors always i invited them cannot believe that she has neither time nor inclination for purely social activities. Mrs. Luce is working hard to efface the feeling of inferiority that the appointment of a woman to Rome gave italians. She s out to like a make a Success of her Job and i to Blaze a Trail for future women Din Mats. Marion r. Vargason. Son of or tor Peggy As maid of Honor Mel and mrs. Wren Vargason at 9 Vin Meyerhoff served his brother a. In. Saturday in sacred heart As Church. The Rev. John Graham Best Man Ushers were the bridegroom s Cousin. Cecil Stegloff. Of Waterloo and Gilbert living Hood officiated at the double ring serv Postville the Bride s brother ice. Inlaw. Miss Kathryn Kuennen was her the brides . Jean living Sisters maid of Honor and miss Hood. Was Flower girl and her Collen Vargason was bridesmaid a Quot a a by it Turner was ring Gene Adams of Oelwein sen cd As Best Man and Reno Boon usher mrs. Willard l. Meyerhoff bearer. The wedding reception a in the Church Parlours. After a trip to Northern wisc on i Pete Resser and Braulic Caballero sin the couple will reside in al both of Oelwein. Non was groomsman were Ville High school and a com held Miro s training her Hus band was graduated from East High school in Waterloo and is employed by the Meier floor Kin Ishing service in Klein ready to drive from nativity Church after their wedding saturday Are or. And or. Donald f. Mcgirk Leona Faye Beohm. The Bride i the daughter of George Beohm of 839 air Hill and her husband is the son of or. And mrs. Leo Mcgirk of 2746 Broadway. Coming events general Fitzhugh Lee auxiliary no. 1. Uswa 7 30 p. In. Tuesday. Eagles Hall. Gift of musical splendor to cultivate male Friendship be charming a aggressive for the woman of any age whole very time a nun approaches is wants to get along Well with men. Often ridiculous but the woman the Bride has been employed at the Raythelon company Here her husband served 46 months with the air Force and attended upper Iowa University at Fayette the couple will reside Here where the bridegroom is employed at the Bowers Grimes clothing store Hyde Clark corps auxiliary to the Gar tuesday labor Temple. Earlville . Oscar letter carriers auxiliary to the Simons was hostess to the Rook National association of letter club Friday afternoon at her carriers. R p. In tuesday with Home a dessert luncheon pre mrs. John Gruetzmacher of 1564 ceded the card playing. Parkway. Hostess to Rook club see Mike to do it right Dubuque land r doctor of watches 7-Day service Conklin jewelry see hike the to it diam phone 3-5300 205 w. 9th a eyes that Trust you yol r child s vision is too precious to Gamble with so Don t take a Chance on a a i it Kike examiners and fitters those eyes deserve the Hest that optical skill and flawless materials can pro select a thoroughly qualified by in specialist of your Choice today. If he Prest Ribe it it spectacles it s smart to get the finest ones that science and skill can Supply. Every Eye care Dollar that you spend i packed with value at the Sla of optical House dispensers and designers of Vogue glosses offices. Room 609 Roshek building and what woman does there Are who is pleased to see him and willing to let him impress her holds a few important guideposts Charm or my Man done to be afraid to show that you their nurse medical men enjoy their company and respect their ideas. The worn an who is always trying to prove Calir Fanf Urr that women Are lust As smart or win Urilt a a Ity a Little smarter than men does t appear to like men. Should she sex i Ped them to like her avoid cynicism what finer gift than a Beautiful Knabe piano in grand or Mignonette the renowned Knabe sole and tonal Quality bring unsurpassed Mesita pleasure to your Home see these knaves no mrs. Floyd Larson was organist for miss Delores Bakkum. Official piano of thi Mufti Politan opera company Renier s 531 main Dubuque piano dcpt.-2nd floor Public spirited local merchants. As an expression of Good will want you to Rococo this Lovely Basket of gifts of you have lust moved to Tho City became a new Mother or a a new Home maker. There is nothing to buy. No obligation. Just phone mrs. Irene Childers hostess whose name end phone number is listed below and erring to receive these gifts. Welcome Wagon or. Irene Childer dial 3-3321 the top Sims the top Valu for Back-t0-school Waukon la. A miss Darlene Kelley daughter of or. And mrs. Earl Kelley of Waukon and Victor Smith son of or. And mrs s. Don t let yourself grow cynical r Smith of Laramie wyo., were about people or life in sunday afternoon at the i cynicism in a woman repels and first presbyterian Church Here frightens men. The double ring ceremony was per be Happy hearted not Long formed by the Rev. A. H. Gross faced. At the next party you go to Helm. Watch How the men sneak away from the woman who wears a discontented look. J i. Miss Evelyn Sass was brides Don t kid yourself that you need Maidt and Gaylord Kelley Hest n t make the very most of your Man looks. Few men will bother to find the reception was in the Church out whether or not a carelessly Parlours. Dressed poorly groomed woman the Bride a graduate of Waukon has anything to Nifer. High school completed nurses watch your voice. A loud talking training at the Kahler school of woman May he impressed with nursing in Rochester Minn. Hoi herself but she does t make a husband is a senior medical student favourable impression on the men at the University of Chicago. Lir she meets. Newlyweds will live in Chicago. Cd a t argue with men Don t try to get the Best of a Man in an argument. What if you do prove that one of his pet ideas is stupid you prove at the same time you re a woman he can t like. Remember you Don t have to he witty or Clever. You can laugh miss Loretta Hawks of cres a readily at a Man s wit and be ton. La is a guest of or. And mrs. Quick to appreciate his cleverness j Vince Hawks and son. Of 1240 be willing to be impressed l ath-1 Highland place. Or than make an impression. The arrives Home woman who turns on the Charm mis Aro Ray Bergquist. Daugh ter of or. And mrs. R g. Berg quist of to Fremont Avenue has flown Home from Oakland Calif where she spent six weeks Wilh Carolyn Veaco a former Dubuque prior to her stay in he West she visited the new England states with her parents and sister Sharon. At Home. With Dubuqu ers. And away Clover Day special tuesday and wednesday Only 629 pairs of famous make shoes cute Kitty Mademoiselle de la mar town or country red Cross regular $8.95 to $19.95 a Check ered a it in Brown $3.99 b Flat. Wedge in Camel beige with Black Green or red with Canyon Sand trim $3.99 q Pillo crepe soles in Brown $4.99 family shoe Center basement North

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