Mooney-Gordon Engagement Announcement

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Mooney-Gordon Engagement  Announcement - 8—La Crosse Tribune, Tuesday, May 5, 1970...
8—La Crosse Tribune, Tuesday, May 5, 1970 Delivered RFD 5/6/70 ALPHA PHI AWARD Gigi Geisler of Madison (center), a student at La Crosse State University, was named recipient of the Most Improvement in Scholarship Award presented by the La Crosse Alpha Phi Alumnae Chapter at a Saturday afternoon banquet in the Holiday Inn. The award is given in memory of Mrs. SteHa Trane Jackson, Jackson, who was instrumental in the establishment of Delta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Alpha Phi on the LCU campus. Presenting the award are Mrs. Marvin Schirmacher Schirmacher (left), alumnae scholarship adviser, and Mrs. Thomas Patrick, chapter adviser.—Tribune Photo. LARSON 50TH Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson of Viroqua celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary April 25 with a family dinner in the Black Angus Supper Club. Attending were their son, Myron, of Wheaton, 111., and daughter, Mrs. Harlan (Arlone) Kellogg of Rockland, 111., and the r families. The former Julia Olson and Larson were married April 25, 1920 by Rev. S. 0. Rondestvedt in the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Engebret Olson, Bloomingdale. They were attended by Mandel Olson, Olson, Cashton, brother of the bride, and Mrs. Alfred Graf. Syracuse, Ind., sister of the bridegroom, both of whom were among those attending the dinner. The Larsons, who have lived most of their married life in the Viroqua area, have seven grandchildren. INTRODUCING (AQijiolJZc rot cm*iL A beautiful pin with a birthstone for each member of the famiiy. She will cherish it forever. For Only 12 111 Fifth Ave. S. Hints From. Heloise Dear Heloise: It is a real good idea to carry a wide rubber band in your pocketbook because it really comes in handy when you are thumbing through pattern pattern books. All you have to do is wrap this rubber band loosely around your “turning” finger and you can scan those pattern pattern books in no time at all. Ardent Reader Dear Heloise: When my stretch-strap bras wear out, I save the straps. They come in real handy when I make my little boy's pajamas. I use the straps as elastic in the pajama bottoms. bottoms. Sure helps stretch the budget. budget. Rosalee Ritenour PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED SPRING COATS RAIN ¥ SHINE 88 PRICES START AT fikJwA. gffiS 113 North 3rd St. Marketing Memo As recent warm weather has brought a “springlike” look to the countryside, it also brings local rhubarb into some markets. If you aren’t lucky enough to have rhubarb in your backyard, get some the next time you shop. It adds tang to any meal—as breakfast breakfast fruit or dinner dessert, according to Rosemary Stare, consumer marketing specialist specialist at the University of Wisconsin. Wisconsin. As you select rhubarb look for high quality. The stalks wfhich are fresh, firm and crisp-tender are the best buys. Color varies with the variety. Red or deep pink rhubarb is most common for commercial plants or more recent home garden varieties. Older home garden varieties may have green stalks, but are equally good eating. ☆ ☆ ☆ Keep rhubarb clean and cool and use it fairly soon. Rhubarb Rhubarb which is left at temperatures temperatures that are too warm will become wilted and flabby, Miss Stare say s. Fresh asparagus is attractively attractively priced and good quality quality now. Some supplies are now coming from areas in Illinois Illinois as well as from more distant growers. Local supplies supplies will be on the market within a week or two depending depending on the weather. •£? •£? If you don’t have asparagus in the backyard, get some at your local market. Look for firm, but tender spears that are green or mostly green, straight, and have compact tips. Medium to large stalks are usually better than the thin, stringy type. Asparagus needs to be kept cool and used as soon as possible. Other vegetables are near last week’s prive levels. Carrots Carrots and cabbage remain a good value w’hile green peppers peppers are high. Cucumbers, radishes and onions will be more reasonable in the near future but tomatoes, celery, green beans and potatoes will be higher than a week ago. according according to Miss Stare. Oranges and apples are probably the best buys in fruit. As grapefruit supplies dwindle, prices increase, and the quality varies. Strawberries Strawberries are good quality and quite reasonable. Cantaloupe and watermelon become more common in markets each week. They’re usually attractive attractive buys around Memorial Day weekend. Present supplies supplies of cantaloupe are quite good and prices moderate, Miss Stare says. Community Nutrition Program Set For May 13 Richard D. Murray, assistant regional director of the Department of Health, Education Education and Welfare, Chicago, 111., and Dennis Dennis M. Doyle, director of the Midwest Region Region Food and Nutrition Service, Chicago, will be keynote speakers for Community Nutrition Day to be held in La Crosse May 12 and 13. Murray and Doyle will speak at the kickoff kickoff program Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in Coleman Auditorium at Western Wisconsin Wisconsin Technical Institute. A full day of activities is scheduled for Wednesday in La Crosse Lutheran Hospital, Hospital, sponsor of the event. Discussions on “Nutrition as it relates to the Stages of Life, Prenatal to Geriatrics,-’ will be presented in the conference room. An audiovisual presentation on “Nutrition “Nutrition and Hospital Care” will be presented in the nurse’s classroom. Demonstrations on food products by several several food suppliers and the “Preparation and Use of Economy and Covenience Foods” will be presented in the cafeteria. General chairman of the event is Mrs. Vivian Perry, chief dietician at Lutheran. Nutrition Day is an outgrowth of the White House Conference on nutrition held last winter in Washington, D.C. The purpose purpose of the local program is to acquaint area homemakers with problems related to poor nutrition and the necessity for good nutrition. Several physicians from the Gundersen Clinic will participate in the program explaining explaining the relationships of good nutrition and good health. Various federal programs including the food stamp plan will be explained, also. The program will be from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and is open to the public. DENNIS M. DOYLE RICHARD D. MURRAY Couples Exchange Wedding Vows —Aaron's -EllicHson SHARON FULLER JEAN MOONEYDOLLY HULL Onaaaement Anncuncemenh FULLER-O’CONNOR Dr. and Mrs. Harlan Fuller of Viroqua announce the engagement of their daughter, daughter, Sharon Ann, to Patrick Jay O’Connor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest O’Connor, also of Viroqua. An August wedding is being planned. MOONEY-GORDON Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mooney Sr., 3121 Glendale Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jean Annette, to Daniel Lane Gordon Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Gordon Sr., 1230 Pine St. Miss Mooney is employed by Lutheran Hospital. Her fiance is a physical education major at La Crosse State University, where he is affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He also is employed by UOP Norplex Division. The couple plans an Aug. 22 wedding. HULL-BOWMAN Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hull of Stoddard announce the engagement of their daughter, daughter, Dolly Kathryn, to Le Roy M. Bowman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond, 808 Rublee St. BACHMAN-IVERSON Mary Elizabeth Bachman, and Dr. Leigh Iverson were married at 2 p.m. April 25 in First Congregational Church Marshalltown, Iowa. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bachman, Marshalltown, Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Iverson, 2555 Edgewood Place. The bride’s attendants were Cynthia Bachman, Mrs. Patrick Patrick Malloy, Susan Shanley and Laura Iverson. The bridegroom bridegroom was attended by Donald Donald Iverson, Eric Wheeler, Dr. Robert Olson and Dr. Lon Graves. A reception in Elmwood Country Club followed the ceremony. The newlyweds will live in Oakland, Calif., where the bride is a nurse at Samuel Merritt Hospital and the bridegroom bridegroom is a general surgery resident at Highland General Hospital. BLEXRUD-CALLISTER Linda Helaine Blexrud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Odin S. Blexrud, Spring Grove, Minn., and Alan Gale Callister, Callister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Callister, West Concord, Minn., were married at 2:30 p.m. April 25 in Trinity Lutheran Lutheran Church. Attending the couple were Mrs. Gerald Nelson, Joanne Miller, Susan Callister, Steve Kutzler, John Spreiter and Hollis Matti. Kevin Callister and Gerald Nelson ushered. Following a wedding trip to Denver, Colo., the newlyweds will live in Pine Island, Minn. STONE-PATTERSON Elaine Ann Stone and James Larry Patterson exchanged exchanged wedding vows at 3 p.m. April 18 in United Methodist Methodist Church, Viola. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herl>ert L. Stone, Viola, and Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson, Patterson, Bradenton, Fla. Attending the couple were Pauline Schoville, Thomas Stone, Pamela Stone, Sandra Stone. George Phillips, Irvin Campbell. Peggy Gibson and Steven Campbell. Ushers were Nichols Schoville and Dale McGinnis. The newlyweds will live in Taiwan, where the bridegroom bridegroom is serving with the Army. For Today's Best Buys In PIANOS ORGANS BAND INSTRUMENTS 1 COLOR TELEVISION DANNY'S House of Music 307-309 MAIN ivurything In Music WISCONSIN WIG WHOLESALERS GRAND OPENING FRIDAY, MAY 15 Watch for Specials 518 STATE ST. Former City Student Weds Robin Etta Anderson became became the bride of Thomas George Butterfield Saturday in 3 p.m. rites performed by Rev. Theodore E. Roberts Jr., in the garden of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Anderson of Lakeside, Calif. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe L. Butterfield Butterfield of Hayward, attended La Crosse State University two years. After a Southern California California wedding trip the newlyweds newlyweds will live at Hayward, Calif. Attending the couple were Susan McKee, maid of honor; Rex Anderson, brother of the bride, best man; and Susan Anderson, sister of the bride, bridesmaid. Noel Garcia seated seated the guests. Fast hot snack. New hot snack that’s a meal in itself. Frozen. To Mother With Loove! Many Styles in • BONE • BLACK;:/: and • WHITE GIFT IDEAS Handbags - Shoes - House Slippers STOP IN AND BROWSE. foamtread FROM 698 t0 798 SIZES 5 to 11 N,M&W WIDTHS Klinkner & Jensen Shoes 1 220 CALEDONIA ST. "NEXT TO THE PARKING LOT" PAJAMAS AND A '1 GOWNS I Values to $8 Wonderful buys for Mother’s Day! Newsy little nightlings in nylon and cotton. 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Clipped from The La Crosse Tribune05 May 1970, TuePage 8

The La Crosse Tribune (La Crosse, Wisconsin)05 May 1970, TuePage 8
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