Glendon Ball and Lucille Cheek's Wedding Announcement 05 Nov 1934.
CHEEK-BALL. Special to The Gszettc: CouncU Grove, Nov. 5—Mr. and Mrs. James Creek announce the marriage of their daughter, Lucille, to Glendon Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ball, of White City. The ceremony was read by Rev. Ray Lessig, of the Christian church, Friday Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ball attended the CouncU Grove High school three years, and was graduated from the Wilsey High school last spring. Mr. Ball was graduated from the White City High school in 1932. Mr. and Mrs. Ball will live in White City. Mrs. Gladys Stillman suffered two or three broken ribs and a cut on the chin when her Packard roadster skidded on the -wet mat west oí town and overturned Friday evening. evening. Miss Doris Jean Moon received received hip bruises and minor cuts about the face. Others in the car were Herschel Mouse and Willis Snider. They received only slight bruises. The car was badly damaged. damaged. The Kramer Kleanall on East Main street has been purchased by Gene Benson, who is to take charge of the establishment today.