Pearl Nemecheck weds Wallace Peerman

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Pearl Nemecheck weds Wallace Peerman - Peerman-Nemecheck Robert Haworth and Nuptial...
Peerman-Nemecheck Robert Haworth and Nuptial Rites Held Violet Crowe Wed in Pomona , Miss Violet I. Crowe became the _._.,,„, j bride of Robert E. Haworth Wed™ Wed™ r ]? ?. Fr ' cndshl P at Trin - nesday evening, November 27, at the r T\l\„ 41-,,-. J;.,* ^L,, , „„!. — r n c , _ -^ . D1 , * at 8 o'clock. They ity Methodist church of Pomona fur- \ Wi i s hire cha -..P'-I^^^^J-S^SSK-Iv^^^^^jy.^-.-.- -.^gj ^=^ ^ s^^rr-rr—-^«¥W<S^-3«n^ ___. „ ses, | ' . at 4 o'clock when Miss Pearl Neme- j \villiam Nicholas, the only witnesses, check, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul | anc j immediately following returned M. Nemecheck, of Pomona, became ; to Covina, where they have taken up their residence at 202 East Badillo Badillo street. | Mrs. Haworth is a beauty parlor . operator in the employ of the Bob- , boric, where she has served for two and a half years. Mr. Haworth is as- ; sociated with the Brogdex company. of Pomona. I Call Stead Electric Shop, 216-71. | I Repairs, construction, fixtures, appli- " j ances, radios. tf Kodaks, films and supplies, with twenty-four hour developing servici the bride of Wallace Peerman, son of Charles C. Peerman of the same city. The Rev. Herschel H. Hedgpeth performed the ceremony in the prcs- ence of approximately thirty rela- j anc ] a half years. Mr. Haworth is as- ! lives and close friends of the two . . . . families. Miss Eva Durbin presided at the organ, playing the wedding marches and an accompaniment during during the ceremony. Baskets of chrysanthemums in yellow yellow and bronze shades formed the : floral decorations, and altar candles | burned during the ceremony. The bride wore a street ensemble - h of turquoise blue silk crepe with! brown accessories and carried a bou- j quct of Talisman rose.-; tied with a artistically appointed bride's table | bow of white tulle. > were smaller bouquets of chrysan- Aasisting a.s matron of honor was themums and white candles, her sister, Mrs. McKmley Gray of | Mr. and Mrs. Peerman left follow- Lancaster, who wore brown silk j ing the reception for a trip to the crepe trimmed v.-ith brown fur, and i northern part of the state, and on a corsage of pink roses. j their return will make their home Rogers Locke of Pomona served ' on West drive, Grigsby court. as bt-st man. ; Mrs. Peerman was for two years A reception was held in the church; a member of the grammar school parlors immedia'cly following the: iacuity, resigning her position in cerf-mony. Chr'.vanlhe-mums in aut- ' June. umn colors add-.l to th-j attractive' .Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall were the appearance of the rooms, and on the , only guests from Covina. t£

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  1. Covina Argus,
  2. 29 Nov 1935, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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