Wilma & Cal marriage TYPO in title

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Wilma & Cal marriage
PAGE EIGHT THE ESCANABA (MICH.) DAILY PflESS PERSONALS CLUB- FEATURES— WOMAN’S PAGE ■AMY BOLGER. Editor, Phone 692- M iss Robinson Is the Bride of Gordon Mylander Miss Wilma Elsie Robinson of I 1707 Luci street, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Robinson oi LaBracnhe, and Clarence Eng Mylander. son of Gordon Eng Mylander. of 2910 North Broadway, Chicago, were united in marriage at a ceremony which Rev. David L. Carlson solemnized in his par- sanage. Wednesday afternoon. October 25. at four o'clock. The attendants were Miss Elizabeth Mylander and Marvin Mylander. The bride wore a navy blue suit with a white sheer blouse, and a light blue veiled hat. trimmed with sequins, and her flowers were a shoulder corsage of red roses. Her bridesmaid wore navy blue with a black veiled hat. with sequin trim and her corsage was of white pompons. Mrs. Robinson, the bride's mother, wore light blue with brown accessories and a corsage of yellow pompons. A wedding supper for immediate family members was served at the home of the bride’s parents. Bouquets of pompons decorated the table, with a four-tiered wedding cake, the top ornament, a tiny bridal couple, forming the centerpiece. The couple, following their return from a wedding trip to an unannounced destination, will make their home at 325 South 17th street. The bride is a graduate of Powers-Spalding high school and attended Cloverland Commercial college, and is now employed by the Shepeck Dimension and Lumber company at Wells. Mr. Mylander, who is a graduate of Escanaba high school, has been located in Chicago. WELL PRESERVED! Accomac, Va. (JP )—Mrs. Ella H. Savage has a jar of peaches 42 years old. They were preserved by her mother, Mrs. William Budd, 15*02 and Mrs. Savage says they are still “keeping” perfectly. r Personal News L A S Warren Cleary, who is in training at Michigan Central College, Mount Pleasant, under the Navy V-12 program, is spending a leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Cleary, 713 South Eleventh street. Ensign and Mrs. Evans Bergquist returned yesterday from a honeymoon at the Gateway, Land o’ Lakes, Wis. A/S Francis LaFond, who is at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in Navy V-12 training is here on a nine-day leave, visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. W. O. LaFond, 1106 Seventh Avenue South. A S Jack Glavin, who is a Navy V-12 student at the University of Notre Dame, is home on leave, visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Glavin, 520 Lake Shore Drive. Miss Dorothy Pizzala of Fayette is staying in Escanaba while her sister, Mrs. Ralph Martin of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., is confined to St. Francis hospital, cousin of Mrs. Catherine Rogers, Mrs. Larson was well known here, A/S George Crcedle, who is in V-12 training at the University of Notre Dame, is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. F. \V. Crcedle, 912 Lake Shore Drive. Pharmacist Mate 3/c Irma Johnson of the WAVES, who is stationed at National Naval Medical Center, Bemesda, Md., is spending a leave at her family home, 404 South Fifteenth street, having visited in Escanaba on several occasions. Miss Helen Kaufman, who has been vsiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaufman, 314 Stephenson avenue, the past two weeks, has returned to San Diego, Calif., where she is employed with the Consolidated Aircraft company. Pvt. Jess Laviolette. who has been stationed at Fort Riley, Kan., the past seven months, has received his medical discharge and returned to his home here last night. Mi Lillian H. Reynolds and Michael H. Harris are leaving this morning for Milwaukee, called by Confirmation at Trinity Lutheran Church on Sunday Confirmation services of Trinity Lutheran church of Stonington will be conducted by Rev, L. R. Lund, at the parish hall, Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2:30 o’clock. Members of the class who will be confirmed are: Eugene Paul Ecklund, John Edwin Kay, Donald Richard Olson, Richard Clayton Peterson, Wallace Clinton Thorsen, Gilbert Richard Norden, Otto Reinholdson, Betty Mae Norden, Marian Jane Thorsen, Emily Jeanette Pedersen, Marilyn Jeanette Johnson, Dorothy Jane Strom- ouist. Phyllis Lorraine Olson and Dorothy Elaine Reinholdson. The song, “My God, Accept My Heart This Day” will be sung by the class and the Young People’s Chorus also will sing at the service. The pastor will preach on the theme, “Jehovah Rideth Upon the Heaven in Thy Help.” All are invited to attend the service. The Schaffer yesterday, lists First Robert Barbara Russell Velma Richard LaFleur, Schermer, and Charlene Sixth Meyers. Hajnacki, Racicot, Gagnon, Margaret

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 27 Oct 1944, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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