Ora Pares Duncan - Golden Anniversary

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Altered dish supper was served after which the evening was spent in playing games .and horseback rising. ntose jvesent were: Misses Dorothy Dorothy Johnson. Pattle Kerwood, Colleen Colleen Yarton, Mary Alice Martin. Marjorie Colbe'rt, Molly Sturtivant of Tulsa, and the honor guest Eileen ClulL A Farewell Party Is Given At The Conner Home A farewell party was given last evening at the home of Miss Velma Conner by the young people of the Nasarene church in honor of Monroe Monroe Ingroum and Benny Hoke, who are leaving soon to Report f/r duty in the navy.. Refreshments were served to Misses IJDU Donaldson, Shirley Orf, Joan Omdoff, BilUe Nell Shultz, Irene Conner; Messrs. Carl Debb, Oeorge Lane, Albert Conner, LeRoy HUU Mr. and Mrs.'A. L. Conner, Mrs. M. L. Conner and her daughter daughter Sandra Jean, and the honor guests, Monroe Ingroum and Benny Boke. • * • Golden Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Duncan, whose golden wedding aimiversary oc- cinred yesterday, celebrated the occasion occasion by holding open house Sunday Sunday aftemoon for their many friends and neighbors. Yesterday aftemoon the relatives, of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan went to Riverside park where a picnic dinner dinner was served in the community building. In their honor. Those attending the celebration yesterday Included the honor guests, Mr. and Birs. O. P. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. M. Q. Duncan of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. George Busley, Mrs. Josephine Neighbor and her children, Catherine May and Howard; Howard; Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Duncan and Mrs. and of ol 5 at her and their daughters Janet and the Virginia of Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dlmmitt and their sons Bruce, Albert, ?and Gary of Kansas City, Kas.: th^ Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Knepp of MorganvlUe. Kas.; Mrs. Lawrence W.' Pry, Olathe; Mrs. Freelie E. Stewart, Mrs. Bulln Henderson, Henderson, Mrs. .Othella Booe, Mrs. Edna Harnett' and her daughters Ruth, Mary Aijn, and Eunice, Mrs. Mary E. Barneit of Humboldt; Mrs. J. W. Henderson and her daughters Linda Lee and^Marple Ann of New Orleans, La.: Mj:?. Josephine Tonkin Tonkin and her ditHi^hter Jerry of Chanute; Chanute; Mrs. Alma Hale and her son Allen Ray, and Mrs. Sarah Doggett of lola. • •> > A Dinner Is Given For Miss Ingrqfum Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Lcavltt entertained entertained at dinner Sunday evening in their home . in honor of Miss Duron Ingroum, the occasion being her birthday. Covers were &id for, the Rev. and Mrs. F. D. Clppine, Mrs. Martha Mltchem, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Leavitt, Leavitt, and the honor guest. Miss Ingroum. Ingroum. • , •:• Yocnm-Mankle Miss Carol Yocum became the bride of Mr. Richard Mankle in a single ring ceremony read by the Rev. J. Lee Relef6r,d at his home Monday evening at 7:15 o'clock. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yocum .of LaHarpe. The bridegroom is a^son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mankle o^f LaHarpe. The bride, has been employed employed as bookkeeper for her father at the Yokum Service station, graduated graduated from the LaHarpe high school in 1942. Mr. Mankle is a graduate graduate of the 1941 qlass of the LaHarpe hieh school. The couple will leave the last of Ing in Try E. important

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  1. The Iola Register,
  2. 17 Aug 1943, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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