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la, as second class matter under act of Congress. Mar. 3.187C. MISS SUSAN SEELEY BECOMES BRIDE OF DARRELL DEAN BARKER Altar vases containing white i gladioli a by cathedral featured the decora. settin? for the marriage of 'Susan ntewart Seeley, daughter of and Mrs.
Benjamin Ell Seeley or ML PJeasanL and Darrell Dean i Barker, son of and Mrs. Edward Manning Barker of Pairfield Sunday, afternoon In the St. C. Michael's Episcopal Church In Mt. FleasanL At either side of the nuptial space were baskets of white gladl- cli and lighted cathedral candles were at the windows.
The bridal aisle was marked with clusters of while gladioli tied with white satin ribbons. The Reverend Fred styled with fitted bodice, outlined with illusion net trimmed with I sequins and 5eed pearls. The fitted sleeves terminated in petal points and the full skirt extended Into a formal train. Her heirloom veil of Brussels lace was attached to a halo hat of white satin. She carried a white prayer book topped with a cascade bouquet of stephanotis surrounded by ivy.
Immediately following the ceremony. the bridal party was feted at a reception in the Parish Hall. Laid with a white damask cloth. the bride's table was centered with a four-tiered cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom rounded by a heart shaped fan of white tulle. Silver candelabrum holding white tapers, trays of Ice! cream molds nnd petit fours surrounded the cake.
Miss Ida Ladigcs and Mrs. Roy cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Valter Beattle and Mrs. Columbus Hayes served the Ice cream.
Mrs. C. A. Cottrell and Mrs. William Donahue presided at the coffee urns.
Miss Ellen Cochran secured, the names for the guest register, and Miss Carol Barker had charge of the gifts. Assisting at the reception were punch bowl were: Mrs. Jennie Me Mrs. W. K.
Rogers. Mrs. Russell Grew. Mrs. Richard Van Tuyl, OOP OL' RDELLA RAT FOR HER HER UJTO A VERX LATER WHO FIDELIA OUT STLLETT4 STILLETTA JVEBEErt TELLlMO ABarr.
SUE KEEDS VERX BADDi ArtO WELL ME BUILD RDELIAHAS TRANSFERRED TO THE SMIPPJK6 DEPT SHE MIL BE REPLACED 4 8X STlllETM TOADSTOOL. WHO IS TO BE GIVEM AH Is'CffEASE Or COLLARS A ASSISTAMT FOR SOX STILLETTA meen. Mrs. C. A.
Cottrell, and Mrs. Hills. Presiding SPA fall colors. ipun Weir, L. Dickson.
Mrs. Eugene McCold, Mrs. Karl Hoaglin. Mrs. Doyle Moxley, Mrs.
Paul Desenberg, Miss Nancy Rogers, Miss Mnrilvn Vance. Miss Dlanne Mrs. George Rochefort. and Mks Karolena Punch and coffee uere served from a beautifully decorated table centered with an arrangement of i McNen read the double rinff vice at lour o'clock. Mr.
Dan Winters pbyed a half hour recital of organ siusic preced- in? the cereswnj'. Selections In- eluded "Aadante ReUgloso" by Liszt; Perfect Love." Bamby; The Lord's Prayer," MaJotte; Ave Maria," Bach-Gounod; and Schu- berTs -Ave Maria." The traditional wedding inarches were used for the processional and recessional Mrs. Robert Beattle of New London was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids Mrs. B.
Eeeley of New London and Miss- Theresa Beach of ML They nil identical ballerina length gownV of white Irosted srgandy over taffeta. The i matron of honor's gown was over green nnd the, bridesmaids' dresses i were over They were styled with shirred bodices, highlighted by taffeta boleros and sashes. Their hats were of white braided nylon net twined with stephanotis 1 and ivy leaves, and the carried bouquets of trailing ivy. Elizabeth Ann" Barker, sister' of the groom, served as flower Rlrl and was gowned In white dotted swiss over green taffeta. She wore j- a headdress similar to the bridcs- and carried a small bouquet stephanotis.
Alan Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nichols, as ring bearer and carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Mr. David Carfof Palrfield acted as Mr.
Barker's best man. Sen-ing as groomsmen and ushers were Mr. of tden owers placed effectively throughout the house. The committee was composed of: Mrs. Lester Schuerman, Mrs.
Leonard Close, Mrs. John Roth and Mrs. iWlllarrt Jensen. Rainbow For Girls Elects Officers Judson B. Seeley and Mr.
Robert Beattie of New London. The men wore white coats, dark trousers and had wine-colored boutonnieres. with 'her father, who gave her In a i a Uie bride was a picture In a floor gown of white slipper satin Dickson. Miss Anne Cotlrell. Miss whi Gladioli and candles.
Bou- Martha Winters and Mrs. Fred McNeil. After October 1st the couple Is to be at home at 1103 South 5th street In Pairfield. For the wedding trip through the south, the bride traveled In a coral Jersey dress accented with grey accessories. Mrs.
"Barker attended Saint Katherlnc's school at Davenport, Iowa, and Iowa Wcsleyan College. Barker was graduated from Falrfleld High School and Is cm- ployed by the Falrfield Ledger. Out of town relatives and guests attending tho wedding were Mrs. H. B.
Mr. C. B. Stewart and Harry of Charlton, Mrs. W.
G. Lodwlck of'Centervllle. Mr. and G. Lodwick, Barbara and Margery of Wever, Miss Martha Winters of Galesburg.
111, Mrs. L. B. RSngold, Jr. and Mr.
and Mrs. George Ringold of Burlington, Miss Pauline Sywasslnk of Musca- tlne, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hulsebus and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hatch of Lee County, Mr. and Mrs. Minor Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malret, Janet and Linda of Bntavia, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Adams, Ottumwa, Mrs. Hazel Woolums, Waterloo, Mr.
and Barker, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barker, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Kenneth Leeclom and Marsha of Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Ingward Peterson, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Brandmeyer, Mrs. Altwan. all of Davenport, Mrs. Raymond Carls of Highland'Park, III, nnd from Fairfield Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Barker, Carol and Elizabeth Ann, par- enLs of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. George Vorhles, Leslie Ann, Mrs. Abner Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond West, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Marsh. After the rehearsal Saturday Statistics Show Sacro-Iliac Strain Very Common by Dr.
T. R. Aasum According to official statistics, sacro-illac strain ranks third among compensate injuries. Joints, situated where the base of the spine joins the large hip bones, can and are," the seat of much pain. Whether you call it lumbago, rheumatism, or Jast plain backache, much of the pain felt In the lower part of the back Is the result of sacro-lliac strain.
In case of severe sacro-iliac strain, hcaic remedies can do little more than give temporary relief. Such cases require the services of a chiropractor skilled in the correction of sacro-iliac displacements, for there fc usually a partial dislocation between the base of the spine and one of the large bones of the This is the twenty-third of a of chiropractic educational columns appearing in this paper each Monday through the courtesy of the ML Pleasant Chlro- pracilc Clinic; phone 30 or 58 for appoinlrcent; located on North side, of tho The regular mee'tlng of Rainbow For Girls was held at the Masonic Temple Monday evening with Nancy Ross. Worthy Advisor, charge. The attendance included 3fl officers, choir members, and a number of guest? from Eastern Star and Masonic Lodges. The election of officers for tne coming term took place, resulting as follows: Worthy Advisor.
Marilyn Newberg: Worthy Associate Advisor, Ann Rice; Charity, Ruth Ann Jensen; Hope, Roberta Watts; Faith. Carmen White; recorder. Carol Wllkey; and treasurer. Carol Roth. Announcement wns made of a school of Instruction and grand officers meeting to be held In Marshalltown on Saturday, Sept.
Gth. The installation of the new officers will be conducted Sunday, SepL 14 at 2:30 p. m. A new proficiency class will start Thursday, Sept. 4, at p.
m. Seven Sons Guests In Longnecker Home Dr. and Mrs. W. O.
Longnecker of 910 North A street. Oskalooca, had the rare privilege of having their seven sons, and other members of the family, with them over recent week end, Aug. 23, 24 and or. All of the Longnecker children except cne. were students at Iowa Wesleyan.
Present were, Dr. W. Mayne Longnecker of Dallas, Texas: Francis A. and wife, Ina, of'Kaln- Miss Doris Genre, Eureka, Illinois, and Miss Geraldine Nau. Danville, Iowa, served as bridesmaids and wore gowns of forest green and autumn red styled Identical to the matron of honor.
Their bouquets were also of colonial typt and In fall Linda Lambrick. East Moline. Illinois, niece of the groom, was the flower girl. Her gown was of cinnamon net over taffeta, and she carried a nosegay of gold and bronze poms. J.
T. Lambrlck. East Moline, I i i brother-in-law of the groom was man. Ushers were William Youngman, Winfleld, Iowa, I Richard Van Vranken. Atlantic.
Iowa, brother of the bride, and Gene Kadlec. Cedar Rapids. Iowa. The men wore summer formal attire. The bride's mother wore, an Ini formal gray crepe dress with plum accessories.
Her corsage was of i Talisman roses. The mother of the Kroom was dressed In an informal black and white crepe dress and wore black and white accessories. Her corsage also was of Talisman roses. Traditional wedding marches and music were played by Miss Mabel Day. Winfleld, Iowa, organist.
Mrs. Man-in Lambert, Winfield, Iowa, was the soloist. A reception was held Immediately after the ceremony In the church pons In miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Maynard Hill, Mrs. John Stefflns.
Mrs. Martin' and Miss Geraldine Nau. a miscellaneous shower by--Mrs. Opal Meeker and Mrs. Charles Van Dyke.
A dinner was given or the bridal parly by the bride's parents at their home. Huge Radish Favor Ending Rent Control Des Moines. (INS) The D-s Molnes city'council this afternoon voted 3-1 in favor of ending rent controls in the city en SepL 30. A -Ahopp-r four and three-fourths pound purple colored radish was brought to the News cff'ire Tues- jday n.ornlng by A. R.
Gate of i Trenton. The gigantic over-sized was white colored near the tip of the radish prooer and looked like an enormous turnip than a radish. Mr. Gates said this was the largest but he did have other big radishes that had grown to huge proportions. Barbara Van Vranken, William Coleman Exchange Vows Before a chancel arrangement of white gladioli, yellow poms, green oak branches," nnd lighted white parlors, where wedding cake, I tapers.
Miss Barbara Van Vranken' punch, coffee, mints and nuts were i Cat. Ch'tin'tit" Rod 36 in. uilli nl mil to fit Mumlanl KrgUlnrly 23 became the bride of William Coleman in a double ring ceremony, performed by the Rev. M. c.
Shupe. in the First Methodist Church. Winfield. Iowa. Friday.
August 29, at 8:00 p.m. Barbara-is the daughter of Mr. mazoo, Harlan also a Mrs. Garrett Van Vranken, Kalamazoo; Walter W. of Council Bluffs with his young son, W.
Arthur, nnd an older son, Djnlel a medical student at Iowa State University; George H. of Springfield. Ohio, with his son Brooks; Karl P. and wife, Lenore. of Be'le Plalne with sons, John nnd Billy, and Richard R.
from Brookhaven. Miss. Mrs. Ruth Rigdon, an aunt from Council Bluffs, was also present. evening, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Seeley entertained at a buffet supper nt the Hnrlan hotel. Covers were laid for the wedding party and a few close friends and relatives of the couple. Seventy Attend Golf Club Supper About seventy were present for the fried chicken pknic supper, Labor Day, at the Golf and Country Club. Following the supper Uie prizes lor the Labor Day tournament were awarded by Sam EwarL Tile supper committee Included: Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene McCold, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shellabarger, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Leonard Close, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Goddcau, Mr. nnd Mrs. Baron D.
Crane, nnd Mrs. HnlUe Chandler. Reception In Honor Of Miss Cleta Baker Mr. and Mrs. Ben Galer opened their home for the reception honoring Miss Cleta Baker Sunday afternoon after Dr.
William H. Me- gorden was taken ill Saturday. The reception was originally scheduled for the Megordcn homi. In the receiving line were: Dr. and Mrs.
James W. Marlin. Miss Baker, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ben Galer.
There was a large attendance of members of the Methodist congregation Columbus F. Haves, church lay leader, presented Miss Baker a nice gift from the church to assist her in her work in the Boston School of Theology where she will be working toward her Master's degree in Rriigious Education. Miss Baker has pastor's assistant and prior to that secretary. Th- parlor hostesses were: Mrs George Youtzy, Mrs. Philip Ker- L.B.S.
Meeting With Mrs. Howard Burkey The LB.S. club met Wednesday afternoon. Aug. 27, with Mrs.
Howard Burkey. Seventeen members and several children uere present. The business meeting with the president. Mrs. Ora Rlepe in charge was held.
Games were played following the meeting. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. The nsxt niectinK will be with Mrs. Raymond Donnolly on Sept. 24.
Dr. Mayne Longnecker, who has been a member of the faculty of Southern Methodist University at Dallas for the past, 25 years was recently made Dean of the University. John Longnecker, son of Kcrl Longnccker of Belle Plainc, was graduated recently from Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar, Falls. He was called service lost Monday at Cedar Rapids. Birthday Gathering Honoring Two The following relatives and friends came with filled baskets Sunday to the home of Miry Eddlngfleld to help her and her brother, Charlie Snyder celebrate their birthdays which (arc past three score and ten.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Lester Wilson. Terry and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Syndcr, Mary Eddlngfleld nnd Edna Chrissingcr from Mt. PleasnnL Ross and Faye Snyder from Pcorln, 111., Mrs.
Vera Karstetter. and Mrs. Bess Buck from Glasford. 111.. Mr.
and Mrs. Conrad Stapanski from KniiKi city, and Mrs Edna Gabbart from Fairfield. Winfleld. Iowa, nnd the groom is the son of Mr. and.
Mrs. William Coleman. 1117 13th Moline, Illinois. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown white Chantilly lace over tulle and satin styled with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. The bridal veil was designed in a halo of lace edged with seed pearls from served.
Assisting at the reception were Mrs. J. T. Lambrlck, East Moline. Illinois, sister of the groom.
Mrs. Bob Lindell, Winfleld. Miss, Gwyn Lee Meeker, Winfleld. and Miss Norma Lauer. Chicago, Illinois.
Mrs. Keith Cummings, Winfleld. Iowa, was of the guest book. Miss Julia Ann Van Dyke nnd Miss Marilyn Meeker, both of Wlnfield, helped with the gifts. The bridal pair left Immediately after the reception on a trip through the Ozarks.
The bride attended Iowa Wes- Icyan College and is a graduate of the State University of Iowa. She Is a member of Pi Beta Phi soror- which fell an illusion fingertip veil. The groom Is also a craduate She carried a bridal i of the State University of Iowa and, the form of a cascade of white. Is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha roses centered around a white; fraternity. He will report for active duty In the United States Air Force as a lieutenant the eighth of Sep- tember at Lackland Air Force Base nnd will be Joined later by his bride.
orchid. Mrs. Maynard Hill. Winfleld. Iowa, was her matron of honor.
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Ralph Ward furnUhrd car and helped chaperon thr Kroup while Mrs. Haworth took the pickup truck with the luggage. The following members of the Methodist Sunday School class had Mrs. J. L.
Virdcn, a life long resident of ML Pleasant, celebrated her 89th birthday recently, and was happy to with her for the afternoon, her children and grandchildren. A ifeaturc of the afternoon was a huge, teautlfully decorated birthday cake, the gift of her granddaughter. -Vrs. Leu is Brooks of Burlington. Mrs.
brooks and Mrs. Gaylord Hufstader, another granddaughter, served the birthday cake and ice cream to the following who were prc'cnt: Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Masters. Mr. Lewi', Brooks and Thomas. John and Danny, all of Burlington; Mr. Gaylord Hufstader and Bobby and Ronnie of Keokuk: Mr.
and Mrs. Walter J. Virden. Mr. Ernest Virden and Mrs.
Virden's brother. Mr. Edw. V. Johnson and Mrs.
Johnson, all of ML Pleasant. Unable tc be present was the cldcs: son. Mr. Geo. Virden nnd Mrs, a wonderful time camping: Sonja virdcn of Kamn City, also Mr.
and Boshart. Ralphenc Ward. Sharon Mrs. J. Virdcn.
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Kent Hills, Jerry Burns. Robert Waters'son. and Sheldon Haworth. and wife of this city who sent a Blfl to add to brougth in per- Charivari For Couple A large number of relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Millard lurid a charivari at their home west of Oakland Mills. Friday night. Cigars and candy bars were given the guests. An Ice cream jsocial and shower is' planned for evening, Sept. 5 at Oak Leaf school.
All neighbors and friends arc Invited. ML P. ACADEMY PICNIC SEPT. 7 The former Mt. Pleasant Academy students plan for their annual reunion at the Cabin in Sounders Park.
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