Grandma Graul 89th bd

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Grandma Graul 89th bd - STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, Ac-. PEOPLE...
STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, Ac-. PEOPLE YOU KNOW Mrs. T. J. Moooey Friday night will entertain at her home in courtesy, to Miss Ellen Currtn whose marriage to Ralph Market will be sua event of Sept. 8. Twelve guests will attend dinner followed by cards. Pink and orchid asters and pink tapers will be included in the appointments. - Mrs. C W. Bryan, Mrs. T. S. Allen, Mrs. T. S. Marshall of New Orleans, La., Mrs. LeRoy Spangler and Mrs. J. W. Baird were among those lunching at the chamber of commerce on Thursday. Mrs. Marshall la a relative by marriage of Governor Bryan. The marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klein of Milf ord, and Rev. Harold N. Nye, took place last Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Normal Methodist church, in the presence of about three hundred gruests. Rev. E. W. Nye, father of the bridegroom, read the marriage lines. Music was furnished by Lawrence Nye, who sang, accompanied by Miss Mary Macy; by Miss Gwendolyn West, who played violin solos; and by Mrs. Eunice Trumble, who played a prelude and the wedding march. The altar before which the vows were spoken was banked with palms, ferns and baskets of gladioli The bridesmaids. Misses Dorothy' Har-rold and Caroline Cooper, were is crepe frocks of pink and green, and the maid of honor, Miss Esther Nye, was in blue. All carried roses. The bride was gowned in white satin', with which she wore a long veil and carried bride's roses. Arthur Henderson served as best man. and the ushers were Leslie Blaubelt and Roland Nye. Following the wedding there was a reception for the guests in the church parlors. The couple, will be at home after Sept 15, at 5416 South. . The bridegroom, who is student pastor at Normal Methodist church; is beginning his final year at Nebraska Wesleyan university, where the bride is also a student. ' Miss Lauretta Bertha Deshayes and Harry Walter Bender, both of Lincoln, were married at the courthouse Thursday afternoon by County Judge Reid. Miss Leona Deardoff, daughter of Mrs. Emma L. Deardoff, was married Wednesday to Earl England. The ceremony took place in Kearney on the twenty-third anniversary of the bride's parents, Mrs. Deardoff and the late Jerry Deardoff. Mr. and Mrs. England, who are taking a trip to Salt Lake City, will be at home on a farm near Lincoln. The bride has attended the Peru State Normal college and the University of Nebraska, and has taught near Ben-kelman and at Firth. Miss Elizabeth Dolan has been spending some time in Chicago en route home from the east, where she has visited a number of art centers. Miss Dolan, who was the artist chosen to do the murals in the Nebraska capitol building, will probably do those of the Nebraska building at the World's fair. Members of the dramatic art department, Lincoln Woman's club, surprised Mrs. P. T. McGerr with a handkerchief shower Thursday afternoon. Each lady present wrote a poem for Mrs. McGerr to take on her journey to California. Mrs. H. J. Lehnhoff sang a group of songs and Mrs. F. Graham Campbell wrote a poem from the class. 5 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bennett returned Thursday evening from a month's vacation spent in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Mrs.. M. B. Graul, who Hves northwest of Goehner, celebrated her eighty-ninth birthday anniversary Wednesday at her home, with a family dinner for thirty-six gmests. Mr. and Mrs. Graul came from Illinois in 1871, homestead-ing the place in 1872 on which Mrs. Graul Still resides. Mr. Graul died in 1897. Those present for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graul, Belvidere; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Graul and Mr. and Mrs. A. L Guenther, Seward; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Graul, Alexandria; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Graul and son, Roca; W. B. Graul, Edgar; Mrs. Carrie Smith, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Watts, Beaver Crossing; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hofrichter, Bruning; Mrs. Glen Schroll and family and Mra. C. A. Bivens, Lincoln; Mrs. Rosa Oglvie,-Alexandria; Mrs. Jamea McGhie and children, Edgar; Mr. and Mrs. G. Petersen and daughter, Cordova; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Perkins, Beaver City; Mr. and Mra. George Petersen and "Roy Wells, Friend. Townsend, portrait photographer .A PETITION !NBAKKRUPTCY Ironworks Company, of Well-ton, Mo., Admits Inability to Pay Debts. ST. LOUIS. UP). Shortly after Federal Judge Faris had declined to appoint a receiver for the Fulton iron works of Wellston on petition of a creditor, the company filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy. The receivership was asked by W. K. Mitchell V Co, inc., of Philadelphia. It listed a claim of S19.558. The bankruptcy petition said the company owed debts which it is unable to pay and is willing to surrender its property for the benefit of qredltors. NEBRASKA NEWS. 1 . Tecumseh Mrs. Carrie Wil-kins, formerly of Tecumseh and Beatrice, and Chester -T. Kilburn were married at Raymond, Wash., Aug. 24. They will, live at Raymond, Mr; Kilburn being deputy assessor of Pacific county. Mrs. Kilburn was reared in this county, her father, Hon. J.: W. Whitham, a foremost farmer 1 here, being a former member of -the Nebraska legislature. Ashland. Ashland chamber of commerce members and their families joined in a fun fest and picnic at Linoma beach Thursday evening. AS PAINLESS AS A HAIR CUT la the way hundred have detciibed our method of extraction. IF YOUR MOUTH IS TENDER and hard to fit, see The Farrlngton Dentliti. Year of experience I the eeret behind the wonderful teeth made here, and price are very low. krrmw 22-k Gold Crowns $10 value $20 "Cling-Tite" Suction Plate . . . . $5 $10 Fajrington System Dentists 1130 O Street, Lincoln, B2662. Conducting the Lirgeet Dental Office In Nebraika Office Hour 8:30 to 6. Sunday 10 to 12. Fall Painting Icla.. i!. ni ,l 11 THE even warmth of early fall offers the best kind of weather for painting, and now is the time for all interior and exterior decorating. Allow us to make an estimate on your decorating-needs. GREEN'S 1525 0 St. Phone B3772 WALLPAPERS PAINTS GLASS VARNISHES' ARTISTS' SUPPLIES rl PILES Hemorrhoid, Flttnla, Flaaore, rnritia Anl (Itehhif) treated atuenafnllir without hoipltal operation. DR. H. C. LEOPOLD SPECIALIST. Ill Sharp Bid. B4M V

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  1. The Nebraska State Journal,
  2. 04 Sep 1931, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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