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 - Saturday. The Rev. Marliii E. • fjI'Jl!^...
Saturday. The Rev. Marliii E. • fjI'Jl!^ ivT"'""^ tho e.-remony atifamilv from Dclavan In ^'rs Jomes R. The Stobies have two children. Dampier Jr.. were the attend- 1 stevc. four and a half, and Ma^j-: Ann, seven months. unKort A Taffs Wiscoii-, • ^ ^ ;,,n^i..n R^k OT^^ Pfc. Ryn-an Is stationed a- sin campaign. Rock county " P j ants. Black and gray acce.s.':rries ac- rented the bride's gold crepew. « *«• dr^ss. Her corsage was of yellow liinCOln liinnGT roses. Mr.s. Dampier wore a blue . _ ... linen dress, navy accessories and tOT ReDUbllCan a corsage of red „, Scvent.v-five attended the re- V/omen IS JaU. 21 ception. held at the home of the bridegroom's grandparents on route 3. To coincide with the opening Sheppard air force base. Wichi- publican Women's club has mov la Falls. Tex. led its second annual Lincoln Day • • • 'celebration up to Monday eve- Swing I^hby Friday-Mr. and ning. Jan. 21. At a meeting of Mrs. Walter Dolgner will be the board in the home of Mrs. chapcrones for Swing Lobby Charles Buehl. 220 Forc-st Park! ' • ' ' ' ; to precede Sen. Tail's talk. Kurihcr plans for the event; . ^ A ^ . .o- ^ "'^""s Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford, 48,1 loit Thursday afternoon. K. .tackson street, have returned/VefirsrboxS event snon-^^ . -.- _ ^ ., Friday evening in the Y.W.C.A. boulevard. Wednesday afternoon, initial plans wore made for a ^ ^ box -social in Beloit college field The first box social event spon- Irom New Orleans, where they sored bv the Republican Worn- visited their son, R. V. Ford and en's cluli at the Beloit field family. jiast February was an unprece-, V'al Weber Jr. is returning to'dented success. Sen. Jo.seph Mc- tiew Haven, Conn.. Saturday aft- Carihy was the speaker, or spending two weeks vacation Mrs. '.Ivin Turtle town-: v-ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V, ship. :s president of the Rcpub- A Weber, 26 X. Wisconsin street lican Women's club. Jle is a freshman at Yale. | • New Year's day guests In >hc V AW I A T C home of Mrs. E. S. Richardson. "Oirad leVWS lb 508 Holmes street, were Mr. and n • J_ MTaJI ^AM Mrs. E. J. Hocking and daugh- 011(16 Ul niaCUSOn ters. -'^lan'y" Mrs. C. M. Vevle, Ull Ruger lord; John Ea.stman, Cleveland. • a„no„nong the mar-, and John Code. Toledo. O.^jajjo of her daughter. Norma. 1 The Misses Eastman and Mr ^,apt. Frederick Patterson, son \ Code have been oii a holiday va- „j ^^,{.5 ^^^^^ Patterson. Jolict.; cation from their studies at j,, ^.^jch took place Dec. 22.' Oberim college. Obcrlin.O. ; Pastor Henry HeUand. Luther- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pauslian.,an student pastor at the Univer-! 620 N. Garfield avenue, left this si,y Wisconsin, performed | week for Wilmington. Del., cercmonv in Lutheran Stuw-here Mr. Paustian has resumed jp^f House. Madison, his position a.s comptroller of to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stobie. Ji^j'"^".'^°\^^OTC at the 3313 .Milwaukee a%enuc. Tho>"j;fJ^'"'.J'^^^^ The Stobies will move Feb. 1. j'"""''''' mil reside in Madison. Mr. Siobic is as .socialed with' Two new nii ^n^^^ u George W. Borg Equipment di-' J^'"^^^ °" FnS ^nn 'i''''^ Vision. Jancsville. and moved iusZ^l^rTe, thal "llfy "'^other i,^

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 03 Jan 1952, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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