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Mr. and Mrs. Wonick to Hav6 ...Golden Wedding Celebration MB. AND UIRS. JOE WONICK Sunday will be a memorable day for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Won- (jUAlUeLy WAli M\r Â» i**^**."^* wÂ»-Â»Â»w --.--^ --Â· --Â· -- -- ~ ick, route 7, Newport township, who will celebrate their 50th wedding aniversary with a family dinner and open house for. friends, at C. S. A. hall. The dinner will be served at noon, with friends calling at the hall from 2 to 5 p.m. to extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Wonick.^ They were married 50 years ago ^ ^. grandchiidren ^ eight MISS LENOCH WEDS MR. KASPER TODAY Nuptial Vows Said In Church Ceremony In a lovely ceremony at Jf a, m. today, Miss Magdalen Barbara Lenoch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lenoch, 420 Ronalds street, became the bride of Mr. W. John Kasper, son of Mrs. Joseph A. Kasper of Morse. The Rev. Francis Lenoch, a brother of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony, before an altar decorated with white snapdragons. Mrs. Phil Englert and Mr. William Machovec provided nuptial music, including the processional and recessional by Prossni "Ave Verum," "Domine Non Sum Dignus," and "Ave Maria." Junior Train Tht bride'a gown was of white satin, the skirt styled with a junior train, and the embroidered bodice with a sweetheart neckline and long sleeves, pointed at the wrists. Her lace-edged net veil fell from a beaded pearl crown, and she-wore a strand of pearls. Her bridal bouquet was of white gladioli. Maid of honor was Miss Rita Lenoch, a sister of the bride, who was gowned in yellow net over taffeta, with a matching veil falling from a tiara of flowers. A round yoke of net featured the bodice of her gown, and the sleeves were bracelet-length. She wore pearls and carried blue iris. Mothers The bride's mother wore a two- piece dress of black crepe, and Mrs. Kasper chose a brown two-piece dress. Both had corsages of white carnations. Altar boys were Peter and John Lenoch, and best man was Mr. -- -- "-Â· -- were Mr. Mayor Teeters Accepts Charter at Newport, and have lived all their married lives on their present farm. Mrs. Wonick was Â· Miss Josephine Maresh. In Charge In charge of the open house will be Mrs. A. H. Hernstad and Mra. Joe Kanak, Mrs. Wonick's sisters, assisted by Mrs'. Paul Miller, Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mrs. Arthur Schreiber, Mrs. Ed Kriz, Mrs. Lucille Cox and Mrs. Robert Campion. Children of the honored pair are Mrs. Margaret Miller of Morse; Mr. Frank Wonick and Mr. Elmer Wonick, route 7; Mrs. Lydia Sehreiber, route 5, and Mrs. Genevieve Tesar of Iowa City. There great-grandchildren. Thfe serving table during open louse will be decorated with pring flowers and candles, and Lincoln Program to Honor Emancipator At DJLR. Meeting Nathaniel Fellows chapter,' D. A. R., will meet with Mrs. Robert W. Sratton, 444 North Riverside drive, Friday at 7:30 p. m. Assistant hostesses will be Miss Knoepfler-Kadgihn Wedding Announced; ~*Held in Shreveport Announcement is made today of the marriage of Henry Kadgihn formerly of Iowa City, and Frances Bowman Knoepfler of Ft Wayne, Ind. The wedding took place in Shreveport, La., where Mr. Kad gihn is associated with the Ameri can Medical Supply Co. His fa ther, Mr. J. L. Kadgihn of Iowa City, attended the ceremony. Mr. Kadgihn recently was dis charged from the army, having served overseas as a first lieuten ant in the artillery. vill be centered with a four-tiered vedding cake. Grace Long and Mrs. Etna W. Sample. . Roll call will be answered with "Lincoln Quotations." Miss Lola C. Hughes, dramatic director at City high -school, will read from "Mr. Lincoln's Wife." The entire program will honor the great emancipator. Joseph Krall. Ushers Joseph C. Krall of Morse and Mr. Leo Lenoch. A bridal dinner was held at 5:30 p m. in Reich's Pine room. The table was decorated with bouquets of white carnations and yellow jonquils, the bride's colors, and was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake. The couple will have a wedding trip through the east before returning to Morse to make their home. For traveling, the bride will wear a beige dress with brown accessories, and a corsage of roses. They will be at home in Morse after Febraury 19. Mrs. Kasper is a graduate of St. Mary's high school and Mercy hospital school of nursing, and has been employed at Mercy hospital. Mr Kasper, a graduate of City high school, is engaged in farming: Out of town guests at the wedding were the Rev. Francis Lenoch of Keokuk; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sanger and daughters, Sandra and Susan, from Lincoln, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Schindler and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krall of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. John Krall of Faif- Wtl, FA M, 1WW IOWA CITY PRESS-CITIZEN Alumnae Committee Holds Meeting in Moose Hall Tuesday Â»veÂ« alumnae commltte* of the Women,;, of the Moose Tuesday evening In } Moose hall. '' Mrs. Eva Fay, chairman, pre- J JVJ.JI fJi *~I Â» *Â» -- --rf r sided at the business meeting, ( .Â»*..,, ...ui^v. crafitott wefft DlVCo* t Mra. Ed Oldls, senior regent, after which games jnx0 Â»Â»Â· viivwwp v was a guest at the meeting of the Give Yourself a Home Permanent TODAY! Officers were Installed by charter members of the Iowa City chapter of the National SeÂ«retÂ»rl*Â« Association Tuesday evening at Hotel Jefferson. Members signed the charter which wa* accepted for Iowa City by Mayor Wilber J. Teeters. The group Is composed of women who have been recommended for membership by other secretaries or business executives. It Is a non-profit, non-union, nonpartisan, non-sectarian organization with the motto, "Better letters; better living," and It. alms, Vu improvement of speech, personality and business letter writing. First officers of the Iowa City chapter are left to right, with Mayor Teeters, Miss Alice Splnden, corresponding secretary; Mm. Hazel Sawdey, president; Miss Doris Singleton, recording secretary, and Mrs Carrie Miller, *"Â·""*Â·Mrs. Florence L Graddy, registrar from national headquarters In Kansas City, Bio., was In charge ot the first meeting Tuesday evening. ROLL CALL A Guide to Meetings Of Organizations OOOD CHEEK Ctt'B Drifted roads caused the postponement of the meeting of Good Cheer club February 7, but the club will meet Friday. February 14, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Edmonds, route 1. at 7:30 pm., Tfith Mrs. Irving Schaefer hostess for the evening. MOOSEHAVEN COMMITTEE Moosehaven committee of the Women of the Moose will meet Thursday at 8 p m. at the home of Mrs. John Organ. 614V4 South Clinton street. Mrs. Bruce Gibson, chairman, will preside at the business meeting , . C A R D P A R T Y Sponsored by Lady Militants of I.O.O.F. February 12, 8 P.M. I.O.O.F. HALL Public Invited ^ Just as easy Â»s putting your hak up in cutlets --but the WAVE STAYS IN! And your Toni Wave is lovely--tight from the start! So give yourself t Toni Qeme Cold Wave --for your date tonight. It lasts for months! The Toni kit is complete-contains everything you need. HOME PERMANENT THE CREME COLD WAVE DRUG STORE 32 South Clinton fax; Miss Sophia Garrett of Muscatine, and the Misses Patricia Beaten and Betty Kern of Denver, IColo. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS The regular meeting of Knights of Pythias -will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in K. of P. hall. Befreshments Â·will be served after the meeting. PAST PRESIDENTS CLUB The Past President's club of the American Legion auxiliary will meet in the American Legion rooms Thursday Iowa Cttif* Fashion Start Iowa City's VasMon Start H. G. L. Club Will Not Meet Thursday Announcement has been made that the meeting of the H.G.L. club scheduled for Thursday, has' been postponed indefinitely. At a recent meeting of the group at the home of Mrs. George Toft- ing, euchre was played, with prizes going to Mrs- Robert Fountain, Mrs. Robert Womer. Mrs- Paul Nolan. Mrs. Joe Miltner and Mrs. Martin Warren. WHEN an accident forces you to stop work indefinitely, what will pay the bills and extra expenses of medical, surgical or hospital care? And will your income continue? Only an Accident policy can reimburse you for loss of time and pay for your confinement while in a hospital. Ask this Hartford ageney for an Accident policy. G. W. 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