Washington Evening Journal in Washington, Iowa
20 May 1963

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20 May 1963

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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Washington, Iowa Karen Yvonne Yoder marries in ohls us miss Karen Yvonne Voder Arni or. Charles e. Miller exchanged wedding vows at 2 30 o clock. Sun Day afternoon. May 19, in the a Iona methodist Church with the Rev. E. Edward pm Green official log at the double ring Cen mom parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Monroe i Yoder and or. And mrs. Paris l. Miller a la of Kalona James Depperman of Oxford presided at the Organ and also accompanied the soloist. Mrs Don Pebler it Kalona i he Bride was accompanied to the altar and Given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of embossed organza styled with a Basque i Dice Long tapered sleeves and Bateau neckline. Tile full skirt had Side draping Anc fell info a Chapel train. Her fingertip veil fell from an iridescent braid Crown with boreal is Bead trim and she carried a Cascade arrangement of Pink and White roses her o n i it jewelry was a Pearl necklace gift of the bridegroom. Attend Bride lilt misses to Erly Yoder Sis ter of the Bride and Connie to Brown of Wellman were maid of Honor and bridesmaid respectively. Their gowns were Light Blue in color with scoop neckline Elbow length sleeves and Bell shaped Skirls. Pearl crowns held their Matching veils and they carried Crescent bouquets of Blue and White carnations. Flower girl was miss Cherie Yoder sister of the Bride and ring bearer was Delwyn Hershberger of Kalona Nephew of the bridegroom. The Candle lighter were miss Patti Ginger est Cousin of the Bride from Kanopolis Ohio and James Yoder brother of the Bride. A b Tiu. Dis i i Ltd a is the Misse Harlan Yoder of Bloomington. Hull Frank of lbs memos Mal Indiana attended or Mill. I As Aret Patterson my Carob n spen inst Man and Milton Miller Broth in 0f Kalona Lumina Walker o Crol the bridegroom from Goshen. Cedar rapids Putti gig Neh Indiana was groomsman while Nna mane Yott and Janu s you Ushers were Henry i Miller Broth to ror of the bridegroom and Tarn miss Bonita Yoder sister of the a odor Cousin of the Bride both Bride attended Quot in guest be k a of Kaiona the wedding while miss Chen i Walker of Dubuque w., in charge social Calendar All notices for this column must he in by la . On the Day of first publication. Each notice will be printed three Days in Advance. Monday Rainbow girls. 7 30 . A masonic Temple. Baptist Friendly Bible class g 30 . Potluck at Church. Tuesday West c Bester past chiefs. 8 0 . A mrs. . Statler. A wives 1 30 a y. Film and demonstration on Mouth Mouth resuscitation. Family living ii. 8 00 .�?meet at Tom Duncan store for style show note one week Early. Rosemary. 8 00 . Or. And mrs George Hora. Owca whizzes. 7 30 pm a Bob Day Weiner roast. Come earlier for swimming. Yard games miniature Golf. Handcraft ii 2 of . A mrs. Walter Kle. I pm Circle in 6 30 . A at Church. Pearl Gardner hostess Circle v. 8 00 . A mrs. Robert Coon annual Bowling banquet pin Colleen re league 8 . 1 00 . Birt by a v Yew mrs. Lunch >11 is. Diaries Miller reception following the ceremony a reception was Beld in the Kalona gymnasium with or and mrs Tern Switzer of Kalona As Host and hostess the reception Hall and Seming table were decorated in the Bride s chosen colors of Blue and White. Miss Emma Yoder aunt of t e in de. Kalona Cut and served the wedding cake whih mrs Delmar in he. Kanopolis. Ohio and mrs Fly n Brunneman it Kalona aunts of tile Bride Pix sided at punch and Cetteo service others .4ss.siir. Welt the misses a i Ami Man to Miller. Bonnie Yoder Jeanette and Charlene Brenneman. Marx at the reception mrs. Miller is a graduate of the mid Prairie High school attended Iowa City commercial College and will lit employed at the Johnson county court House. Or Miller is employed by the Farmers f red Mill in Kalona Aud after a weeks wedding trip the couple will he at Home in the Repp apartments in Kalona. Local news items or. And mrs. P f. Whisler or. And mrs. Root l. Miller leave today on a trip West to Cal of Columbus Junction. Or and forma Washington and Trigon mrs Charles Morris of washing whisk or. I mrs Ethel Spera of Dell. Ware in Winterset min v is it with six re relative Art a. Johnson distil t manager Yew auxiliary. Hall. Pansy Hill club Charles Hotle. It on. Baptist Loyal women a class 2 00 . A mrs. John Kurt first presbyterian Circle in. 6 20 . A potluck at Church. Women of Moose. 8 00 . A Moose Home. Executive Board 7 00 wednesday \ new auxiliary breakfast. 9 00 a in. A mrs Clifford Tait. Drama 6 30 in. A captains fable. Mrs. Cloy be Stew ails Home for program Navajo. 1 15 . A mrs Lloyd be Isva anger. Dessert luncheon. Notify hostess if unable to at tend. T go i go 1 30 . A mrs. O r. Mayo. Loyal order of Moose. 8 no pm a Moose Home. A. Missionary soviet a Lebo Wilson. Salad ladies Day. 12 30 in club. Luncheon and Golf. Suzannah girls 5.30 pm. A Ai Church. Snowball social club breakfast meet at Bob shekels at 8 3 a. In. Thursday lbs 12 30 pm a mrs Lloyd Walker potluck. Roll potatoes dessert furnished. Child study la. 8 00 . A mrs Raymond Carter note change of place. West Chester re 2 Ltd Hall flour dells 1 30 . R. J. Berdu. Flower merits s Iris and skirts. 8 of a legion Hall Dean caller 12 00 luncheon. Count i v Jene marriage a or. And mis. James c. Morrison of Washington announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Shari n Ann Armstrong. To Francis Laverne Pickering son of or. And mrs. Clove / Pickering of pleasant Plain. Miss Armstrong is a i Sci Grad nato of Washington High school and is employed by Advance Ross electronics corporation. Or. Pickering. A 1956 graduate of pleasant Plain High school is employed in Keating welding shop. A june 22 wedding is planned. Tit chapters sponsor Ridge luncheon \ Bridge luncheon Spon ored in chapters y and do of the tit s Mot was held saturday at the country it Lub at 12 30 with 108 attending. Entertainment was by the tit Trio. Mrs. Herb Osincup. Mrs. John Phleger. And mrs. Claire Keating accompanied by mrs. Harold Stevens. Committees for the part were chapter y. Mrs. Gel Ald Ridley chairman. Mrs. Bruce Campbell and mrs. Walter Jungbluth and Rapter do mrs James Harris chairman or Bobro and mrs Walt Doak. Many door prizes were Given As were prizes fur Bridge and Pineville the tin Queen Bowling league i id annual Bowling banquet at the epicurean Friday night with 28 members present and one guest mrs. Dorothy Marston. Mrs. A it Custer president conducted the business meeting. The following new officers were elect cd for the coming year president. Mrs Lucille Smith vice president mrs. Ama Russell Secretary treasurer mrs. Jeanne Chapman Are sergeant at mrs. Eva Mitchell. Prize Money and trophies were distributed by the prize committee which consisted of mrs. Darlene Little. Mrs Eva Mitchell and mrs. Midge Stewart. I icy Are to be complimented on the splendid Tropin s and prizes chosen to be on the record Hospital a admitted saturday mrs Bertha Moore. Washington medical h a r o i ii Ahrens. Washington medical. Oscar Collett. Washington. Medical Dan Roberts. Keota medical mrs. Merit to Ainsworth surgical Earl Miller Winfield medical. Dismissed saturday or. And mrs. Fred r Yertson Ottumwa. Yesterday Curtis Snyder. Washington mrs Marian Owens and son. Ainsworth mrs Gerald Nobel Wayland. Pod a mrs. Eugene Lynn and daughter West Hest t1 r mrs Jann Blodgett. Morning Sun a Iai is presented. Every regular member received twin trophies As place favors. Swifts feeds were the league winners for the season with general life of Iowa the second place team. Local news a or. And airs. Sheldon Ken Able of Winfield Are to e parents of a new laughter Birn a 14 in the Burlington Hospital. She has been named Stefanie Renee. Both Mother and baby Are doing nicely. Mrs. Kongable is the former Sandra Bailer a airs. Pav be Marshall spent sunday at Bloomfield with her sister mrs. Earl in grass woo is in the Hospital there with serious illness. News briefs marriage licenses. A marriage licenses have been issued Here to Charles Edwin Miller arum Karen Avonia a Der. Both of Kalona and to Donald Lee hut it i Iowa City and Susan bouquet of in onside. News briefs jailed. A Joseph Arthur Topley and Dumont Austin Robertson of Oskaloosa were in the Washington county jail today after they were unable to raise Money for a Fine and Bond. Topley was fined $25 and costs on a charge of intoxication and Robertson put under 8500 Bond on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. They were picked by the Highway patrol and appeared before Glenn Holden Justice of toe peace. Fined a Gerald Melvin Christ nor of Washington was lined $10 and costs on a careless driving Barge Are Charles butty a i Washington fined Sio and costs for speeding and $5 and costs tor i Olure to dim his headlights. Both appeared in the court of Justice of the peace Glenn Holden the fist nor was stopped by t in City lice and Brut by a Highway patrolman. Slie nmn Ellen _ us Kai Home 24 hour ambulance service phone Olympia 3-2164 pm i a r. Lav a -d4 r All of a la Yoder of it pleasant lifts Wert received Ope Fern pastry shop do Nui holes no or. And airs. George it k anti nun it x Lily attended thu Phi Beta k,.p general of ice a Cir Daugh area l v Iti in Zock air. And airs. Lari funnier i. By a or. And airs. I a Sci silk a a a Barbara Alt Dowell of Rester a i wet h. I a rib n win i a u e Max a i suppose Corv Gal should know How to Cook As Long As the have the baking to Fern a sir shop charge your breakfasts with extra Energy Wujec you serve of donuts Long Johns Fried cinnamon Rolls or bismark. Only bakery for 0$ h breakfast goodies like these have that extra flavor that Fem lies clamor for try pm Cli. Soon. You la see. Birthday club Quot cake Winner this week mrs. James Farrington 432 e Monroe City Fern pastry shop West Side Square v new $ Kohl it i me or Lake Kohm a lid alls Jug n i la v i. We a Aliss Sheila tubal spent Ute local news airs. Robert Roberts Vert sunday dinner guests in the Rte or and or Edward res f Crawfordsville others a a a re air and mrs. To pm him bus. Ohio. Or. Airs Evan roes Ani Henry r. Kus it Coli in by s a air. End and Walter Wiesser Nal it or ire a Fairfield sat or it r attend to e Fil ers. Nephew. Roger Holland a. Passed away wednesday a dowing hear urge Reg -4 a tumor in Fairfield High a Margaret Pratt daughter of ran car Erat of n / i / / / he is x xxx gov v xxv in if 1� v \ listen daily monday thru Friday what Are unpacking today Quot at Tom Duncan s Koi 1380 at 10 10 . In a a a k i i he a Post and a Ili Arv professional dry cleaning int just cleaning a s co. A Quot Tercel Rowa to a a. Be vice to lored to your peas. A its a great Deal More than just cleaning. Martin s modern cleaners your professional dry Cleone a member of n. I. D phone of 3-3844 a air. And airs. Edgar j. Eitz of Mutton. Al. V Ere wit surd guest it or and mrs t m be son 2 evening journal Washington. Iowa monday Ai a 20, ith�3 in memorial to Gary Navy who drowned one year ago May 20, 1962. Loving memories your gentle face and patient smile with sadness recall. A of had a kindly word for each and died beloved by a1 the voice is mute and stilled the heart. That Lov e us Well and True of. Bitter was the trial to part from one so Good As you. You Are not forgotten loved one. Nor will you Ever be As Long As life and memory last will remember thee. We miss you now our hearts Are sore. A. Time goes by miss Vou More your Lov ing smile your gentle face. No one. Can fill your vacant place. A mom and dad. Nancy and Sally o r u j j f the was cantle King 1,1 Quot a a i Ressino in a whipped Cream froth a a in a a i i Ron polyester so Light and airy it fairly try a 1 a Mummer Spaghetti trapped a a Quot mph to lined above a Waist whittling Bow i. C White printed with color $ Zes 7-15 17&Quot other Carole King dresses from $10.99 in Trade this week sorry a Bonnie Campbell Ainsworth failed to sign the Register last week for the Wei Way drawing for $15 in Trade. However she will receive her Choice of a pair a Nylon Hose from this store. Register weekly for our Giveaway. All misses and women 12 years or Over Are eligible. No Purchase necessary Jinn j Tine arts of Don t have it. Another Washington store does Quot porch and Lawn furniture you la find it at Home Loans of you Are planning to Purchase a Home or Are in need of refinancing your present one would a Elcome the Opportunity of visiting with you about it. A Home loan financing is our business. Washington Federal savings amp loan association a Ashington Iowa Hwy a a s so for be onions i tuesday amp wednesday i redeem own Coupon Gold Bond Stamps with any $2.00 Purchase or More and this Coupon. Name i address a Golden yellow i sump Mtvenon at Fuhr amp Cochran 3b�? 29c i i i bananas Lla. Ioc super Valu Flavo rite ice Cream. 12 Gal 59 Gus Glaser smorgasbord 1-lb. Pkg. 59< Choice beef Short ribs la. 29c 12-oz. Bottles Pepsi cola. 6 Carton 39c Flavo rite or South Iowa butter la. 69c Flay-0-rite potato chips by 49c aunt Wicks flavor Aid super Valu soda crackers super Valu Peanut butter 6 a kegs. 19c la 19c Box it Jar 49c super Valu cigarettes Happy Host Tomato juice Gooche a soup Beans Mission pumpkin Del Monte Catsup Carton s2.05 46-oz. Can 19c 2bli 15c 4 cf3 25c 14-oz. Bottle 17c these prices Good tuesday amp wednesday i

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