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Fairfield Daily Ledger (Newspaper) - August 19, 1940, Fairfield, Iowa Page two tiie Fairfield in., daily Ledger monday August in 1940 Sorofty and women a club news Dean Gabbert editor phone 71 phone 78 double ring ceremony marked Rowley Grauman nuptials Here saturday the first lutheran Parson re j was tile Conr for a simple Early afternoon a it Riding a Turrian when miss Enola Romle second i aim the Romr. Ami her Truman Rowley 307 8 main 8. And Walter Trauman son of or and mrs. Cirl Amtman of he Bovann. Wi., raid their Manta a vows after the Rev. E. A i Jar pastor of tile Church the impress Ive double rim service was rend tile Broom s .si.ster. Miss Ruth Trauman of Shteiwi it in served As maid of Honor and Leon Kause of 506 8. Second St. Sheboygan boyhood Friend of the Groom acted As Best Man. The maid of Honor wore a Navy Redin Gote with White Iran and White turban. Her shoulder it or aage matched that of the Bride. The Groom was tired in a dark suit with a red Rose As boutonniere. A Street length Dusty rate eel to nest crepe had been chosen by the Bride. It was feature by a Yoke neck very full skirt and fitted White Wool. An off the free White Back and trimmed with soft turban and a shoulder Corsage a fashion preview made entirely of Gardenias completed the ensemble. Later in the afternoon a two course wedding supper was served at the Home or the brides parents. A three miffed wading cake topped with it miniature Bride and proom held the place of Honor at the Bride s table. Additional guests beside the wedding party and Hie immediate Rowley family were the brides maternal grandmother mrs j. A Mitchell and her son Robert Mitchell the Bride a sister mrs John Lynchard and or. Lyn Charri and or. And mrs. Roy Ford. All of it. Pleasant miss Eloise Allison and James Kausic. Sunday morning or. And mrs. Graft Man left for Sheboygan to be with or. Trauma no a parents before going on into Northern Wisconsin for a weeks honeymoon. Tile Bride s going away outfit was a two piece Light Blue suit with White accessories. After september first the Coulee will tie at Home to this will idiot affect the Ripley Sheboygan where the Groom is i connected with the Sheboygan it a titties company. C s. Walkers observe 50th anniversary or. And mrs. C. S. Walker prominent residents of Jefferson county will observe their 50th wedding anniversary with an open Bouse at their Home 403 West Washington on wednesday. Hours of the open House will be from 8 00 to of Foo in the afternoon and from 7 Tif to 9 00 in the evening. Known throughout the county or. And mrs. Walker Hope that All of their friends can help them the str i _ celebrate the were married aug. 21, 1800 at the Bohme of Newton l. Calhoun father of the Bride on land entered from the government by her Grandfather in 1838. One and three fourths Miles Southeast of Birmingham. Officiating Clergyman was Rev. C e. Cor Kin la. Pastor of the m. E. Church in Birmingham. Tracy were settled in the House built by mrs. Walkers Grandfather. 1 after the wedding the newly postal service having reached retirement age. After a few years on the farm the walkers returned to their Home at 403 West Washington due to the declining health of mrs. Walker. Their youngest daughter and husband or. And mrs. Earl Reed took Over the management of the farm. The social Calendar feeds left for grand Junction Colo. A while in Colorado or. Walker prenuptial series for Bride elect mrs. De h. Montgomery entertained sixteen for a simple informal evening thursday at the Montgomery apartments 206 North main i. The affair was a prenuptial miscellaneous Shower for her daughter miss Camille who is to income the Bride of c. Henry trave k or. Of Benton Rouge la., wednesday aug. 28 in the St. Mal v s rectory Here. The guests spent the evening violin and admiring the paintings of i Montgomery Many of Winch she had done while at school in France and others which had Bung in the galleries of the loin i in state University. The Bride elect was presented a number of Lovely things to be used in her new Home to be established in Baton Bougie. A delicious Frozen dessert was served by mrs. Montgomery on in Civ util,11 trays with service for 16. I s Montgomery will be honoured at other prenuptial courtesies prevail to her marriage. A dinner party at the hotel Turner is plan Ned for tuesday with an informal evening scheduled for wednesday. Piano students of mrs. Linder plan recital actress applies the piano students of mrs. E o. Linder 201 West Adams will give a recital at mrs. Linder s Home tomorrow evening. Time of the recital will be at 7 30 p. In. The program is As follow piano Solo and duo piano numbers Mary mad a utile Lamb humpty dumpty Edward and Norma Liggett on my Pony Oxford oughtly Row Oxford Edward Ufeu soldiers March Oxford song of the belly Eckstein Norma Liggett a Swiss Lullaby Hopson j own Bucher Turkey in the Straw american Folk tune Bells at evening Phillips Frederic fins pact cuckoo Oxford hymn Oxford the Pony Oxford James Pumroy Robin keys of g and f the traffic cop keys of f and o fete r m for Campus or country for motoring or autumn sports this Cape will be the Friend of your life. The red shades Are in Wool plaid. Fashion experts urge a meeting Between women who Wear Slacks and the Type pictured or soft beige Cao Kels hair made with a two Zipper front closing that keeps them snug and smooth Over the Tummy. Start keys of old time Charivari liven i gathers at i ionic South of town House guests of younger set feted in series of Jay affairs amp tile younger set of the town have been Quot Busy As bees what with running Here and there to luncheons and canners and the theatre the past week for the round of parties Given for the numerous out of town House guests. The was employed by the gut shall lumber co., doing a Good business a rapidly growing Community. They resided there until the fall e1891 when they returned to a to the farm still owned by or. Walker four Miles North of Fairfield on Highway no. 1. They engaged in farming until 1910. Fir. August 1910 or. Walker entered postal service As a substitute re Carrier in the Fairfield past Lee. He retired june i 1933 from the in. I Beauty Winner today Fairfield Bird club 8 p. In. With or. And mrs. M. A. Table Charles h. Gable graduate entomologist of san Antonio Texas to be guest speaker. Methodist Young women a Aux Mary cooperative supper 6 30 m. At Church election. Legionnaires in regular session 8 p. In. Legion Hall. Tuesday August 20 chapter a t. T. T. Picnic 6 30 p. In. Water works Park. Buchanan township Community meeting 8 p. In. At Logan Ogden farm program theme Quot come to tile lutheran Royal Oaks class evening Community room. Veterans of foreign wars auxiliary business meeting evening v. F. W. Clubroom. Hawkeye Rebekah Lodge no. 386 meet at 8 00 p. In. In Woodmen Hall for regular session. Piano recital by students of mrs. E. G. Under 7 30 p. Rn., 201 w. Adams St. Music auxiliary meets at High school at 2 00 p. M. Luncheon started round of parties tuesday miss Joan Bradshaw started the series tuesday Vav till a one of clock luncheon for twelve at her Home. 50 n. Park ave it was an informal affair honouring her House guests miss Mitsie mime in of Hannibal. Mo., and miss Judith Russell of it. Madison. An additional out of town guest was miss Patricia Finney of Quincy 111., a Hou Eruest of her annus mrs. I. L. 0�?Tn< ii and miss Mary Finney the Long luncheon table gave a smart appearance with its Flowers from the Bradshaw gardens. Place cards further carried out the Floral Motif. Later dancing and card were enjoyed in the recreation room. Wednesday August 21 open House at c. S. Walker Home 403 West Washington in Celebration of auth wedding anniversary. Hours from 3 00 to 5 00 in afternoon and 7 00 to 9 00 in the evening. Al Woods end vacation trip through West or. And mrs. Sam Elwood daughter Nancylee and son Jimmy 401 East Washington St. Returned Home last wednesday from a 6035 mile trip which took them into eight different states. Going by the Way of South Dakota they saw the bad lands and the Blac k Hills. Then to Wyoming visiting the Yellowstone Park and the grand Teton. On through Montana and Idaho to Washington state to see the grand Coulee dam visiting relatives in Everett j Washington and crossing the puget sound they saw the Bremerton Falls. Then on to Oregon and san Francisco calif., for the fair. Other Points of interest visited were the mormon Temple and Estes Park before returning Home through Nebraska. Or. Robert Bailey Elwood of Ames or. Sam Elwood a brother accompanied them on this trip. Theatre party featured afternoon thursday afternoon miss Julia o Neil anti her aunt mrs. P. L o Neil entertained twelve at a theatre party. The Honor guests for this affair were misses Peggy and Margaret of Neil of Kansas City mo., who have been Hon Sou nests of t heir aunts and urn in. The p. A o Neils. Frances o Neils and Raymond Kin. Kas and for miss Patricia Finney. Other out of town guests were miss Judith Russell and miss Mitie Meme in. The party was served a late dessert at Gaumere a follow in a the matinee. I houses bursts have a returned Home this morning finds All hoist lusts Back in their respective Homes. Miss Patricia Finney who was the first to depart left on the one o clock train on Friday for her Home in Quincy iii., after a two weeks visit Here. Miss Judith Russell was next Laking the bus saturday ate Moon for fort j hate. Madison. The parents of miss Mitsie Mcmein or. And mrs. W w. Mcmein were sunday guests of the Carroll Bradshaw r Durning Home that evening with daughter. Or. And in. B. E. O Neil. Parents of misses Peggy and Margaret arrived saturday to spend the week end Here taking their daughters Back with them ending a most enjoyable two weeks stay or. And mrs Alvin leathers were riven an old time Charivari Friday night at their Home South of town when a lame crowd of their neighbors Iii the country and of mrs. Leathers former neighbors in Fairfield appeared with whistles. Bells dish pans and other noise makers about 9 p. In. After about ten minutes of a a horrible noises the self invited guests were asked in and Given the customary treats of Candy bars for the ladies and cigars for the men. A most enjoyably informal evening was spent with the guests shown pictures taken while or. And mrs. Leathers were on their wedding trip last week in yellow tone National Park and the Black due to the heavy Rains Many who Lute intended helping in the Celebration were unable to be present. Much to the consternation of the leathers it was mentioned their that there would probably have to be another Celebration in the near future. Mrs. Leathers was the former miss Enolia King. Sandell s Host to Community picnic at hic Woods sunday reunion honors birthday of a. R. Gardner Raney p. T. A. Picnic held despite weather Shirley Patterson the title Quot miss Cali a Venice cal., Beauty miss Shirlee Patterson pictured above the Raney p. T. A. Held its annual picnic Friday aug. 16. Although it was an unfavourable Day a Large attendance of 44 were present. A co operative dinner with Fried Chicken and All the trimmings was served at noon. Games were to take place in the afternoon but due to the rain could not be held. Despite the rain a Good time was enjoyed by All. Joint Host a pcs at Dilia t i the girls had hardly reached their Home until it was time for them to hurry to the 6 30 dinner party at the Harvey e. Gaunter Home 200 s. Maple ave., at which misses Betty Gaunter Neva Louise Thoma and Gene Storey were joint hostesses. The table appointments were done in yellow Lavender and Green. Realm a Gay effect for the Altair. A tall lighted yellow taper had bet ii arranged in the Floral Centrepiece and other yellow tapers and Clever place cards further carried out the theme. The girls attended the band concert Latex in the evening. Rho Honor guests Wert miss Patricia Finney and misses Mil sic Meme in and Judith Russell Peggy Glass ended series with luncheon miss Peggy Glass ended the series with a one of clock luncheon als her Home 206 e. Adams St. The twelve girls were seated at one Long table which had for its Centrepiece a bouquet of peach and White glads arranged in a Lovely old vase an heirloom in the Glass Home. Miniature elephant replicas were the place cards. Cards furnished the afternoon diversion for the guests. Miss Judy Russell and miss Mitsie Meme in were the Honoreen. Friday morning miss Joan Bradshaw a grandmother mis. J. C. Bradshaw had Joan and her two House guests for an informal 9 of clock breakfast at her Home 113 Iowa ave. Or. And mrs. Emil sanded were hosts to a Community picnic held at their Home thursday. Tile picnic was sponsored by the Rich Woods willing workers club. Tables a it re placed i the Lawn where a Fried Chicken dinner was served cafeteria style at 12 30 to 75 neighbors and friends. The club served ice Cream and ice Tea with the Many delicious cakes which were brought by the ladies Lur dessert. During the afternoon Edward Shaler and Floyd sanded furnished accordion and guitar music. The men played Horseshoe while visiting wets a favorite pastime for the ladies. Mrs. Charlie we Gln of Princeton ii miss Blanche Hildrebrand Southeast of Fairfield and or. And mrs. J. H. Cummings of Fairfield were special guests. The merry makers club was in to stained at the Home of mrs. Rex Millier last wednesday afternoon. Visiting and Handiwork were the diversions of the afternoon. Refreshments of ice Cream cake cookies ice Tea and mints were served by tile hostess. To avoid Sudan grass poisoning delay pasturing until the grass reaches a height of 18 inches. A reunion of the a. R. Gardner family was held sunday at the Woodman Hall. Or. Gardner who was 82 years old saturday now has 70 living descendants la children 39 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Due to the wet and Cool weather the Woodman Hall was an excellent place for the gathering. Tile forty two present at the reunion yesterday were a. R. Gardner or. And mrs. Guy Gardner of Stockport or. And mrs. Stanley Gardner and Ronald of it. Pleasant mrs. Jess Gardner or. And mrs. Melvin Walker Marvin and Melle or. And mrs. Merlin Walker Carolyn and John of Ottumwa or. And mrs. Ray Church or. And mrs. Kenneth Church of Bonaparte mrs. Tillie Collins of Chicago or. And mrs. Ivan Turley Marlyn and Dale of Newton it. And mrs. Tom Stuckey. Or. And mrs. William Stuckey Ruth. Joyce Martha and Dan or. And mrs Ray Grant Wilma and Lois or. And mrs. Quot slim a Gardner Jimmy Jerry Rose and Barbara of Fairfield. Albert r. Gardner was elected president of the reunion for next year mrs. Ray Church vice president and Bill Stuckey Secretary. Since his farm Home near Bonaparte burned a year and a half ago or. Gardner hag frequently made his Home with hts son a. R. Gardner or. Of this City. The wishing and f Noel Oxford Franklin Pierson follow the Leader Oxford Franklin and Charlotte Pierson the big Bass Singer Rolfe Marilyn Yeager Happy birthday Hill the dutch twin Ward Ruth Lovett grandfathers sword Aynor Ella Jean Gorman minuet in o Beethoven Fred tic route ghetto Lehar Elisabeth Slattery Gavotte go Sec the gnat and the Bee Price Anna Pearl Winter Estrellita Ponce Richter Roll Jordan Roll Plantation song buddy Billeter in an old dutch Garden Gross Londonderry air Arr. By Williams Jean William Cirl Birt bin Pestalozzi Jean Griffith god bless America Berlin Maxine Phillip album Caf Beethoven lot Parsons will to the Wisp Charlotte Pierson Schou Rosmann Kreisler Eileen Graher contemplation Odair the Cathedral at Twilight Wagness. Donna Jane Watkins an original Waits god bless american Berlin Frances King sing a song of sixpence Baa Baa Black sheep duo piano James Pumroy Marilyn Yeager Billy Campbell. Ruth Lovett reverie Behn 1 duo piano Fred Rte Flinspach Frederic routes buddy Billeter minuet Bach duo piano Frederic boules mrs. Under the Banjo Wright Ella Jean Gorman mrs. Under Birds of Paradise duo piano it a Stream blog Joan Bucher Barbara Billeter Frederic Flinspach Frederic boules Don Juan minuet duo piano Christian Church ladies Aid plans Tea at Packwood Muriel Angelus of English actress Muriel Angelus 27, obtained her first papers for u. 8. Citizenship in los Angeles. Miss Angelus told newsmen that although she came to the u. S. Two years ago she has waited before applying k because England Quot was at War and it hardly seemed the sporting thing to Mozart Frederic Llo Ules. Buddy Billeter Ella Jean Gorman Elisabeth Slattery amaryllis Hgt s Ella Jean Gorman Joan Bucher Joan Grabor Barbara Billeter country gardens it duo piano English Maxine Phillips Elisabeth Guttery Jean Williams Charlotte Pierson May Day dance duo piano Terry Maxine Phillips. Anna Pearl Winter Elixabeth Slattery Frances King March duo piano it Englemann Queen of the pixies Englemann Carol and Jean Griffith. Donna Jane Watkins Louise Bucher in old Vienna duo piano a Saar Donna Jane Watkins Anna Pearl Winter Carol and Jean Griffith minute Waltsy Chopin Frances King minute Waltz duo piano a Chopin Frances King mrs. Under processional March duo piano Williams Jacqueline Graher Eileen Graher Frances King Virginia Ann Johnson registration for the coming school year at Packwood will be held at 9 00 a. In. Wednesday according to an announcement today by superintendent Fred maasdam. All students with books to be sold Are asked to bring them at that time. A Silver Tea will be Given tuesday afternoon in the dining room of the Christian Church by the following committee from the Christian ladies Aid society mrs. John Wiggins mrs. Dayton Small mrs. James Cowen mrs. Roy Sable mrs. Myron bos mrs Homer Wiggins. Mrs. Curt Woolums. A Short program is being prepared. Or. S. H. Nelson and granddaughter Mary Louise Nelson left Friday for Webster City where they will spend a week with or. And mrs. John Whaley. Rosemary and Robert Hixson entertained a few of their playmates thursday afternoon at a party at their Home. Those present were Alberta and Jack Whitten Marva Lene and Marilyn Myers Mary Elizabeth maasdam. Beverly Gilbert Lucille Sustina Shirley Clark and buddy Evans. Or. And mrs. Cullom Mcchesney Are spending a few Days in Minnesota and will return on thursday to Des Moines where they will visit the state fair. Or. And mrs. Roscoe Bennett drove to Cedar rapids tuesday. Their daughter be Madlne who has spent i wart of the summer in Cedar rapids accompanied them Home and has registered As a freshman at Parsons College. The Bennetts stopped in Iowa City to visit or. Bennett a sister miss Nellie Bennett of Numa. Who is a patient in the Hospital there. Virginia Ash. Daughter of mrs. Lucy Ash. Is quite ill. Or. And mrs. Keith Bottorf Fand baby of Milan Michigan Are guests at the j. G. Bottorff Home and of other relatives Here. Try tub Clamp Ted wrecker save Bull in Well Anniston. Ala. Up a Lewis a. Hutchinson a prize Bull wandered off and fell into an abandoned Well. It took a wrecker to extricate the animal. Back to school special for tuesday wednesday and thursday permanent wave .25 either full or end curl 2 Stone Beauty shop phone 207-j Corner of 4th and Kirkwood Sis or and mrs. Stone miss Mavis Fisher but Quot the masses Quot were not so foolish after All i less loudly now you May still hear an occasional agitator blasting away at the american system of business which depends on big factories big networks of dealers Trade marked goods heavy advertising and Low prices. On having Trade marked goods which their customers could recognize. And the heavy advertising helped to give us our Modem newspapers magazines and radio. We re having fun we re going a la Scho won re catering to you Young things in school who love to Wear bows and ribbons in your hair. We invite you to come in soon two permanents. $5.00 end curls. $150 and up Good until sept. I for monday tuesday a wed. Shampoo Finger wave and manicure. The Leggett Beautye Salon Gladys l. Rains phone 524 agitators complained for years that Quot the masses were injured by this system and that wed All be Richer if we went Hack to the old Cracker barrel Days. But in spite of the complaints Little factories which have made dependable goods grew into big factories. Dealers insisted who built this system the masses built it by insisting on crackers they could recognize in the package on automobiles soups soaps chewing gum cigarettes and All other articles that carried Well known Trade names. So the agitators have had to pipe Down. They have discovered that the masses were not so easy to Lead astray after All. Courtesy nation s business

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