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 - Maxine Penneman, W. R. Gragg Take Nuptial Vows...
Maxine Penneman, W. R. Gragg Take Nuptial Vows At St. Mary's were read at 7 which was decorated with white flowers. The Nuptial rites o'clock Friday evening in St. ant j Mary's Church by the Rev. Emmett' „.„„ McLoughlin, OFM. for Miss in marriage by N. M£xine°L."Penneman and William "• vvusicn of Casa Grande and R. Gragg. Several hundred guests witnessed honor. Miss Cora Cole, Miss Marthe rites solemnized at the altar given Wusich . garet Nolstad and Miss Dorthy Morris were the bridesmaids. B. A. Gragg served his brother as best man and Carl Conner, Lester Flake and Willard Dawes were ushers. Ha-1 The bride wore a lovely gown of Hadassahs Set Installation Rites Re-elected officers of the Ha-: ... „ ,,_..- '•,i--v,."ir,c»aiii>rt ..white marquisette over moire, and dassah Society will be installed as, a fin{ , er _ t $ Jength vei] . she car . a light of the program to be. rjpd a w hjt e prayer book covered i at the Tuesday evening ban-j with a spray of stephanotis and nuet of the group in Hotel Adams, tiny Cecil Brunner roses. 1 o< >j 4 HT-— ^ir..»:«.!« ..•»*-.* 1.1 it A v+ni < Samuel Fried, president, will announce the board qf direc- 'tors for the coming year. Banquet are committee Mrs. Wusich wqre blue net over a^spray £ maids wore dotted swiss frocks and of the same material. .nquei coiii.iiiLi.e= tiny caps of the same material. Miss .Bertha Silverman, pro- > ^ , d old . fashioned bou . i Mrs. Cecil Newmark. reser- o£ cWffoa daisies/ gram ------ — K?.ti<ms: and Mrs. Allan Rosenoerg, i Officers include besides Mrs. Fried, Mrs. Newmark, first vice-president; Mrs. Allen o£ cWffoa daisies/ Miss Cole was in pink. Miss Nol- stari, green, and Miss Morris, yellow. Istcin, recording secretary; and Mtss Esther Dow, treasurer. i • * Conference Set Rosenberg ' second vice-president; j The wedding marches were play- MrsNormanT Mendelsohn, corre- ed by Mrs. Herbert Earnshaw. snonding secVetarv; -Miss E. Gold- A wedding trip to an unan- isponaing icciciai. , ;*_ __^ „._„ nounced destination was started at once. Mr. and Mrs. Gragg will return to Phoenix about May 25 and will establish their home at 1527 West Washington street. Out-of-town guests at the wed_ _, , vr ding included Dale Kober, Casa For Farm Womeni9 rande ' and Flora statler - Glen - The Country Life Conference ofj 0 ",^ bride> daughter of Mr. and lArizona Women held annually un-: JIrs w _ w p enneman . San Di- ider the auspices of the Agricultural Calif., is a graduate of Phoe- iExtension Service of the University ; njx Un j on High School and Phoe*of Arizona will be held from June njx j unior College. She is an em- 3 to June 6 inclusive on the campus. loyee of the Valley National Bank, 'of University of Arizona. Kvhere she is a member of the Vall The program will consist of toursifcanqueras Club, of the university campus, farm andi jlr. Gragg, son of Mrs. William points of interest in.or near Tuc-| R . Gragg, sr., attended Phoenix Junson group discussions of the social i ipr College and Arizona State --' vital to our: Teac hers College at Tempe, and is exhibits, re- a member of the Phoenix Department. ports and talks,

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  1. Arizona Republic,
  2. 18 May 1941, Sun,
  3. Page 22

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