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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 Marthe rites solemnized at the altar given Wusich palms 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 . high light of the program to be. rjpd a w hjt e prayer book covered oiven 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 Mrs. 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, decorations. Officers include besides 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. yellow. Istcin, recording secretary; and Mtss Esther Dow, treasurer. * • * 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 return to Phoenix about May 25 and will establish their home at 1527 West Washington street. Out-of-town guests at the wed_ 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, the 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 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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