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Till TIPTON (IN T D.) TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, JAN. 18, 1943 S O C I E T Y MRS. CHARLES BAUM, Editor Phone 67 Doyle Foulke, Joyce Nagle Wed in Double Ring Ceremony Arcadia, Jan: 18 — Miss Joyce Ann Nagle and Doyle -Foulke exchanged vows at 3:30p. m. Sunday in the Christian church with Rev. W: D Helsabeek, pastor of the church, reading the double ring ceremony* The altar was banked wjith palms and a large bouquet of snapdragons and lighted with wh'te tapers in cendelabra. i '• The .£riHo i= the I daughter of! ; :—'-—„ Mr. and Mrs. Ravrol-ind Nagle of .ii • i k §• I . )i ' Arcadia and the bridegroom is| MOnOCY INignr UllID thy; "jon of Mr. ^xid Mrs. Herbert' ~ _ " Fnnike. r»qr Ci-ero. Mrs. Ttnn Hope. organist, clayed bridal aires preceding the cerrmnnv and- [accompanied Robert K - ;inn who san<r "Be- Ypu Truly." in marriage Is Entertained County Masons To Attend Play cause" and "I Love The .brido. given bv her father wor^ a sown fa . shinned of W '"1 P ni"f>" nylon and carried a white'Bible looped wifh a '•>nijc»t"'t of ntnk rosebuds tied with'white ribV)ori. Her veil was finger-tin length, i FLOWER GIRL Sharon; Nagle. sister of the bride, was flower girl. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stewart! of .Cicero were' the. counle'sj attendants Mrs. Stewart wore a pink gown 1 Qmer Bauer and carried a bouquet of, pink' 1 rases. . !•'..:.' ilJs.hers were Frank ^enwell of Noblesville and Norris Lee Foulke. near-Cicero 1 . i § • • Mrs.. Nagle and Mrs. Foulke, mothers of the bride -and bridegroom, wore grey street length dresses and pink corsages." IA reception, following the ceremony, was attended in the sc.~ial rooms of the jphureh. The Twelve members-of the Monday Night club were entertained by Mis. William Calvin, 136 Second street, Monday evening. During the business meetijng, dues were collected and minutes of the previous meeting dp- proved. . Mrs. • Floyd Snyder 'received two wool blankets in gold and blue as a surprise wedding gift from club members. Mystery pals' were selected and bingo played with, the following winners: . Mesdames William Jones, Oscar Porter, Oren jGibbens find Persons attending the meeting were Mesdames Glen Watson, Floyd Snyderj John Robinson, Oren Gibbens of Kokomo", Oscar Porter. Elsworth Burton, William Calvin, Paul Sharp. Omer Bauer, .Clair Bouse, William Jones ajnd Miss Katherine Fishback. - i'j Refreshments were served Iby the hostess.; The next meeting will be Monday Night,'Jan. 31, brides colors of blue and white at the homeof Miss Fishbacl-' were earned out .n' Jhe decora-; near Normanda . ^ransportS t.ons and bridal table appoint- j ffl be provided fo± ments. A three-tiered wedding J nn.iiiuu.a. cake wa- served with punch to ' a large £ oup of guests. Mr. and Mrs. Foulke will reside ;in their newly) furnished apartment in Arcadia! The bride was graduated from Jackson Central high «j-:ho6l and- Mr. Foulke is employed at the Blann Hardware store in Arcadia. Optometric Event 1 Attended by Three; DrJ and Mrs. R.A. CaJacob and Dr. Lbuis" Foster of Tipton pt- tended the annual .convention] of jthe Indiana Optometric association Master Masons from Tipton county are planning to attend performances of "John Brent" in the auditorium. of the .Scottish Rite cathedral in Indianapolis, Tuesday, Feb. 1, and Friday, Feb. 4. They jvill be guests of the order. u Tickets for the event may be^ obtained in Tipton from Rev. Robert W. Morris and Wayne I Johnston, Horace Watson in Kempton and Earl ' Foster *in" Sharpsville. "John Brent" is a drama of the Revolutionary war, full of episodes, of the espionage system established in the American army. -It is similar to "The Cop-, nerhead" of the Civil war .setting in which a patriot sacrifices family and friends to serve his country: The action -takes place in a colonial Blue lodge at Williamsburg, Va., and at General Washington's headquarters near New York. The cast of characters includes Masonic generals and patriots familiar in the country's strugle for independence. The play was written by Dr.. Harry L: Baum, a 33rd degree Mason, and has been staged widely throughout the country. It has been presented at two performances each February by the Indianapolis Scottish Rite and always has played to full houses. The drama will be given by a veteran cast of Indiana Conisis- torv players under the direction of Eugene .D. Wilcox, the Rite's dramatic director. He will be assisted bv C Arthur Landes. Special incidental music has been arranged by A."Frederick Barker, organist. County

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  2. 18 Jan 1949, Tue,
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