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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 24, 1953, Madison, Wisconsin Dial 6-311wisconsin state journal sunday May 24, 1953 Section 4, Page 9 so Optimist club to have guest night wednesday Bride to be new officer will be installed at the guest night and dinner meeting of the Madison so Optimist club wednesday at 6 30 p. In. At Nob Hill. Mrs. Irving Maurer will review a the woman and the whip Eva Peron. A the new offie frs include mrs. Isabelle Stadelman president mrs. Max Nusinoff first vice president miss la Korn second vice president miss Kathryn Dochnahl recording Secretary miss Lorraine Thomas corresponding Secretary mrs. Clifford Gallagher treasurer and miss Violette Bancroft director. An invitation has been extended to members of the Milwaukee so Optimist club to attend the installation. Club members Are asked to make reservations with miss Jane Watt wer. Cars will leave from the Monona hotel at 6 p. In. Kenneth St., Are the mrs. Stadelman married a mrs. Clifford Walker mrs. John Carmody it. Hope announces the marriage of her daughter Mary to Clifford Walker of Glasgow Mont. The wedding took place saturday in St. Has Church Chicago. Or. And mrs. Walker will make their Home in Mandan n. D., where or. Walker is associated with an electrical company and Supply distributor in North Dakota and Montana. Mrs. Walker a graduate of Stout Institute has been divisional Home economist for the Philco corp., with Headquarters in Chicago. She previously was Home supervisor for the farm Security administration in eau Claire and Chippewa counties. Eight Wisconsin women to attend Actu meet eight w Wisconsin women will serve As official delegates to the world and National conventions of the women a Christian Temperance Union Iii Vancouver b c., and Seattle wash., respectively. The world convention in Vancouver will begin june 3, and the National one will get under Way in Seattle june 13-15. The Wisconsin delegates will in mrs. Olive Fisher Sparta state president mrs. J. W. Lansdowne Madison state vice president mrs. Grant Olin Janesville District Delegate mrs. Eunice Eberdt Sparta mrs. Mary Money Eggert Milwaukee mrs. P. Melville Chippewa Falls mrs. Carl Bennett Beloit and miss Mary birr Milwaukee. Mrs. John Forrester Paton of Scotland world president of the Actu will Call the convention to order on june 3. Highlights will be devotional services reports of world officers and committee chairmen a memorial service group discussions Young Peoples programs and election of officers. The convention will be held in the University of British Columbia. An a International night program will conclude the meetings followed by the installation of officers. Three links club and Rebekah meet members of the three links club and the Mendota Rebekah Lodge will meet at the Odd fellow so Temple on tuesday at to . To make cancer dressings. Each member is to take her own sandwiches. Coffee will be served by the committee. Mrs. Clara Adams is chairman and All women Are invited. Reynoldson son named John Robert or. And mrs. John k. Jack Reynoldson. 319 Woodland Cir Acle announce the birth of a son. Lohn Robert on May to at St. A Mary s Hospital. Mrs. Reynold i son was formerly miss Virginia Goff. The baby is the fir grandson of or. And mrs. R. Reynoldson 150 Lakewood iblvd., and or. And mrs. Wil a Liam e. Goff Colorado Springs. I colo., formerly of Madison a and the fire it great grandson of mrs. A Lark m. Putnam san i Francisco calif., formerly of Madison. Or. And mrs. Sidell 226 Buell parents of a son Scott Kenneth bom May 15 at Madison general Hospital. The Sidells also have a daughter. Karen Lee. The birth of their third daughter Cindy Lee on May 15 at methodist Hospital is announced by or. And mrs. William Squire 901 Lake it. The other children Are Cheryl and Suzette. Capt. And mrs. Donald g. Spies. 36 Sherman Terrace have chosen Russell Scott As the name for their son born May 16 at Madison general Hospital. They have another son. Michael David age 22-a son Terry Leroy. Was born May 17 at St. Mary a Hospital to or. And mrs. Arden Klimke 3825, Busse St. James Lagare has been selected by or. And mrs. James Lagare daughter Susan Edna born May oeland 1922 Adams St., As the 13 at Madison general Hospital name for their son born May 17 at the birth of a son Dale Orrin methodist Hospital. Mrs. Oeland on May 14 at Madison general was miss Caroline Alice Borden Hospital is announced by or. And the Elands will move in june to mrs. Fred fix 5505 Tonya we Atha 232 Franklin ave., Oshkosh. Trail. The baby has a 5-year-old or. And mrs. Leif Solberg. It. Brother. Jay. Horeb announce the birth of a son or and mrs 0rjo r Kronberg Guy Martin on May 15 at lad 2826 commercial ave., Are the Par Ison general Hospital. Mrs. Bol ends 0f a daughter Linda Gail Berg is the former miss mar it Jane born Jay j-7 Al Mary is Hospital a it the Kronbergs have another the by s0?.�?T tire a daughter Kristine Lynn. On May to at methodist Hospital is announced by or. And mrs. Ray a son. Dennis Michael was born mend e. Nestit 2802 Myrtle St. May 18 at St. Mary s Hospital to prof and miss. Erich a. Farber. Or. And mrs. John j. Walsh 3201 Hio Risner re. Are the parents of Milwaukee St. Mrs. Walsh was miss a son Webb Williams born May la Celia Mccaughey. At Madison general Hospital. Mrs. Or. And mrs. Grover Boothman Farber was formerly miss Ellen 2078 Atwood ave., announce the Williams of Madison. Birth of a son. Gary Paul on May a daughter Diane Marie was 8 at the methodist Hospital. Mrs. Born May to at St. Mary a Hospital Boothman is the former miss Joan to or. And mrs. Eugene Baxter. Ruth Krueger. Or and mrs. William Galla the birth of a son Mark Lau Gher Cross Plains Are the Par Rance on Jay 15 Mary a hos ends of a son. William Horn pm a is announced by or. And mrs. May it at St. Mary s Hospital. Frank j Liiva. 816 Mound St. Mrs. Gallagher was miss Doris. Anderson before her marriage. Announcement is made by or. Or and mrs. Gerald Heideman a a mrs. Vincent m Coyle Cross of their daughter. Elizabeth to 212 n. Lake St., announce the birth f.l1&Quot-. Al a t b l Terry Thompson son of or and of a daughter. Jodel Hay. On Mayjo a a Jaf my Coyle Roy to Mut of a a Marjorie Lampman announcement is made by mrs. Anna Lampman 909 Erin St., of the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter Marjorie to John Hoy or son of or. And mrs. William hover Spring Green. Miss Lampman is a graduate of St. Mary a Hospital school of nursing and is employed at the veterans administration Hospital or. Hover is employed by the Wisconsin seed . The couple is planning to be married june 26 at the first University methodist Church. 250 Church women of state attend meeting More than 250 of Wisconsin United Church women attended the 15th anniversary conference held recently at the american Baptist Assembly grounds at Green j Lake. Through skill shops and skits panels and symposiums a full program called for increasing Christian Faith and Unity in state nation and world through living it More positively in All churches and communities at the final session mrs Loren Cockrell retiring state president i installed the following officers for the coming year. Mrs. Stanley Brown Elm Grove president mrs. A. E. Frederick Sparta. Mrs. Walter Kline. Milwaukee. Mrs. J. J Toice Beloit mrs. Alfred Treick. Kohler. Mrs. F. E Burrill eau Claire and mrs. A. W. Zellmer Wisconsin rapids area vice presidents mrs s. N Pickard. Neenah Secretary and mrs. Robert cuff Portage treasurer. Mrs. Brown and mrs. Cockrell spent Friday counselling together surveying the volume of background information that has become part of the official records of the United Church women. Special plans Are in the making for the attendance of Many Wisconsin Church women at their coming National meeting the sixth biennial Assembly oct. 5-8, at Atlantic City n. J. Takes vows Wisconsin Dames club groups towed Elizabeth de land announcement is made by or. And mrs. Robert de land Appleton of the engagement 14 at St. Mary a Hospital. Mrs. Heideman is the former miss Donna Poeske of Milwaukee. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Marfilius 706 North St., Are the parents of a Bride to be sets Date to marry Lucile Hughes or. And mrs. Oscar p. Hughes Richland Center announce the engagement of their daughter Lucile 118 w. Johnson St., to Paul h. Mcfee son of or. And mrs. Roy m. Mcfee 4108 Maher ave. Miss Hughes is employed at the american Exchange Bank. Or. Mcfee is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and is now employed at the Badger ordnance works. A fall wedding is being planned. Myrtle Wilhelm announcement is made by or. And mrs. Oscar Wilhelm Sauk City of the engagement of their daughter Myrtle to Robert Cushing son of or. And mrs. James Cushing Greenleaf kans. The wedding will take place on june 28 in the first evangelical and reformed Church at Sauk City. Miss Wilhelm is a Secretary at the Parker pen ., and or. Cushing is an electrician employed at Westphal and ., both at Janesville. Miss Doris Kueng. Or. And mrs. James w. Love 2300 s. Park St., Are the parents of a daughter. Mary Lou. Bom May 17 at St. Mary a Hospital. The baby i has a sister Betty 6, and a brother Billy 4. Frederick Leo is the name or. Land mrs. James a. Kaltenberg Waunakee have chosen for their son born May 14 at St. Mary a Hospital. Or. And mrs. John f. Weiske. Princeton Are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son. David i John born May 15 at Madison general Hospital. Mrs. Weiske is the former miss Ruth Elaine Lang. A son Dudley was born May 17 i at Wisconsin general Hospital to or. And mrs. Stanley e. Johnson 11014 Birch Haven re. The baby has two Sisters. Or. And mrs. William l. Hook. Waunakee announce the birth of a son Steven Leroy on May 16 i at St. Mary a Hospital. Watova. The wedding will take place saturday june 27, in St. Mary a Church in Appleton. Or. Thompson and his Bride will make their Home in Madison. Both Young people Are employed at the Badger ordnance works wedding cokes baked to your order Straw bakery phone 4-2519 Ilene Moldenhauer or. And mrs. Elmer Molden Hauer Berlin announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Bene to Francis j. Weber of Wausau. Miss Moldenhauer is a nurse on the staff of University hospitals. Or. Weber an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin is employed by the j. J. Fitzpatrick lumber . The wedding will take place june 6 in Berlin. Month end shoes save up to St Foo Quot per pair beginning tomorrow. 542 pairs men s and 1072 pairs women a Early Spring patterns in Quality footwear. ,. Reduced for this week Only on self serve Racks 262 fairs women a discontinued patterns formerly to $5.90 $12.95. Broken Sixes f railings monday hours 12 00 to 9 00 l in �f1 4 i v t bathing suits sizes 2 to 3x, 4 to 6, and 8 to 14. All include Latex Nylon seersucker. Skirted and non skirted styles. 1.98 5.98 shorts sizes 3 to 12 years. All include seersucker Terry cloth Denim and gabardine. 1.69 ,0 2.98 slate is. The monthly Board meeting of the University of Wisconsin Dames club will be held monday at 7 45 p in. In the Popover room of the j memorial Union. The Bridge interest group will meet in the Popover room tuesday at 8 p. In. I mrs Eugene Daniels and mrs. Stephen Van Der wee in will be Leo Host eaves to the let s read it group which will meet tuesday night at 420 n Murray St. A a a Independent in a Independent Camp no. 2939. Royal neighbors of America will hold a candlelight memorial service at 8 30 p. In thursday in the insurance building Lodge room. The service will be open to the Public and friends and relatives of the honoured members Are particularly invited. A business meeting Tot members Only will be held at a p. In. A officers Are requested to by present at 7 15 for practice. Featuring Baik haircuts for women who rare for their hair at Boma. Own Cardinal Beauty shop 631 state St. Phene �,-0624 mrs. Patrick Motley nuptial vows were repeated on saturday by miss Lois Knud son and Patrick f. Motley. The la am. Ceremony at St. Pauls Chapel was followed by an afternoon reception at the Park hotel. Tho parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Iver Knudson Brooks and or. And mrs p. H. Motley Alma. White embroidered organdy fashioned the bridal gown a Juliet Cap with pearls held the brides veil and she carried a bouquet of carnations with an Orchid. Miss Louise Fluck Madison was the maid of Honor and the bridegrooms sister. Fay Chicago was bridesmaid. The bridegrooms younger sister Kathy was the Flower girl. The attendants wore Pink Blue and yellow dresses respectively. All of the dresses were Ballerina length embroidered organdy. Matching headbands and bouquets of sweetheart roses and carnations completed their ensembles. The Best Man was Edwin Van Boxtel Madison. The bridegrooms brother Thomas ushered with Neal Stovekin and Dale Hundt Madison the Bride was graduated from the University of Wisconsin where the bridegroom is a senior student. After their honeymoon the couple will live at 214 n. Murray St. Closing out our shoe dept every pair must go a Colleg bred a Dorothy Dodd a Queen Quality $ 8 value to 14.95 $ to just a few at $12.00 Norris Lea shoe dept. Ii King Streit summer time pleasure a Gem in seersucker the tiniest of checks in a front buttoning sleeveless dress with the Fine workmanship and Good styling that makes the american golfer a Quot stand out Quot in any summer crowd. Rounded Peter pan Collar rounded pocket tabs. Bring u6 your old fur coat and Well give you Back a made to order fur lined cloth coat made to your order up to 40 inches Long. Luxuriously hand finished and custom made to measure. Its easy As can be you select the style from the largest Sample collection Ever the Woolen the color then our furriers work their miracles. Come in soon. Look at All our samples. 66 4-skin genuine Silver Blu ranch Mink 70.84 plus tax compleat 4-skin pastel Mink scarfs 104.17 plus tax store your firs Nott lev or cold storage Vai its All fur products labelled to show country of origin of imported fun. The Moet trusted Home in furs to a a i. Apio Straw hat Sau i group 93 a i group $5 7.50 to 25.00 values a Price a hats made up ready to Wear a individually designed for you a restyling and re trimming a cleaning and blocking a hats made of your suit fabric e wedding and going away hats we give Gold Bond Stamps

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