Iona and Doc's wedding

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Iona and Doc's wedding - Mr*. Ralph L. Hermann Luncheon HosteM to...
Mr*. Ralph L. Hermann Luncheon HosteM to Wednesday Contract Bridge Club Mrs, Ralph L. Hermann did the honors at a 1 o'clock luncheon today today at her home on North Whistler Avenue, for members of the Wednesday Wednesday Contract Bridge club. Club Members arc Dinner Guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Van Lone Dr. and Mrs. William D. Van Lone, South Seeley avenue, entertained club members at dinner last evening at Mrs. E. C. Newman's, covers for twelve being laid at an attractive table, centered with purple and Contract followed at white lilacs. the home. * >f * Commandery Auxiliary to Give Supper Supper and Bridge Party The Ladles' auxiliary of Frecport Commnndcry No. 7, Knights Templar, Templar, will meet Thursday night at 6:15 o"clock in the smaller dining room of the Masonic temple for n picnic supper. Mrs. Blake Oblander is chairman of the supper committee. committee. The sir knights are invited to attend. Each person is to bring table service and sandwiches. Bridge Will be played during the evening. H: * 'X Tuesday Book Club Entertains 20lli Century Club at Mrs. R. J. Hyslop's The Twentieth Century Book club! _. ,..,„„ ' , M _. p..-,, T was delightfully entertained by Tne condition of Mrs. Frank L. 9. bouquet of pink roses and sweet peas. A wedding supper followed th« ceremony at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Lueck left on a short wedding trip and will reside in Normal, 111., where the groom Is a, member of the faculty of the Illinois State Normal university. The bride attended Mt. Morris college and the State Normal university. university. She taught in the rural schools near Shannon and for the past four years has been teacher in the primary grades in the Glendale school, East Peorla. The groom attended the University University of North Dakota and received received his Ph.D. from the University University of Iowa. Among the out of town guests were Miss Esther Schmaling, of Chadwick; Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Snavely and daughter, Dianne, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Kreider and son, James. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Kreider, Mrs. E. T. Colbert, Mrs. John Albright, Albright, and Ranko Heuerman Shannon; Mr. and Mrs. A. of S. Kreider, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Moon and daughter, Virginia of Milledgeville. Milledgeville. Notes of the Day members of the Tuesday Book club yesterday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. R. J. Hyslop, Highland drive. Mrs. Ralph M. Pierce gave a review of "The Blbln Designed to Be Read HS Living Literature." by Earnest Sutherland Bates, which was informative informative and enjoyable. Mrs. Hyslop served refreshments at the close of the program, spring flowers being used in decoration. X" Furry, a resident of Parkview home, who'was taken ill Sunday, showed a slight Improvement today. * Mrs. Jesse Hopkc, who has been a medical patient at St. Francis hospital, has been dismissed to her home, 517 East Center street. * Mrs. Fred Kobow, West Douglas street, and Mrs. J. F. Willfong were at Rockford today attending the .,....-,., funeral of John Dunkley, their Stephenson County Medical Society [ cousin> wh o died Sunday at the of Honors Dr. Edward M. Burns | 85 _ He was a re tired farmer and life Members of the Stephenson County County Medical society turned out en masse last, evening at the home of Dr. John M. Linden, West Stephen son son street, to honor Dr. Edward M. Burns, who is leaving next week to join the volunteer medical corps of the United States navy at the naval training station at Newport, R. I. Dr. Burns was presented with an resident of Winnebago county. Atmouncemen ts Thursday will be "ladies' day" nt Knights of Columbus club rooms. * The Ladies' auxilary to the B. of R. T. meets Thursday afternoon at appropriate gift, by his medical as- | 2 o'clock, at Eagles' hall. sociates and offer the social hour, refreshments were served, buffet style. * * # Many Friends Attend Open House at Mr. and Mrs. D. F. DeGraff's Home Over a hundred relatives, neighbors neighbors and friends attended the open house, held Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Franklin DeGraff, West Douglas street, in celebration of their fiftieth wedding anniversary, anniversary, The Daughters of Union Veterans lopped with figurines, ice cream, assorted cookies and punch were served throughout, the evening, Mrs. C. H. Brass presiding over the cake, which was ably served by LeRoy DeGraff, Jr. Many gifts, flowers, cards, messages messages and telegrams of congratulation, congratulation, were received by these lifelong lifelong residents. * * * Men's Garden Club Enjoys Dinner and Program Last Night A delicious spaghetti dinner was enjoyed by members of the Men's Garden club last evening, Dr. E. Lynn Griffith being the host at "The Dug-out" West Galena avenue, avenue, first inspecting Dr. Griffith's of the Civil War will hold a card! party Thursday afternoon, beginning beginning at 2:15 o'clock, in W .R. C. hall. w Members of the Newcomers' club are reminded that reservations for the May luncheon, to be held at Hotel Freeport on the 12th, must be made by Saturday with Mrs. Robert Hopkins, Mrs. William C. Baldwin or Mrs. Clinton Matthews. * Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary j A. three-tiered wedding cake, 1 holds a regular meeting Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the club house. Mrs. Sylvia Christiansen, of Rockford, Rockford, district president will pay her official visit at this time. A social hour will follow. * i Albert E. Schmidt camp, No. 4, j United Spanish War Veterans, will hold a meeting Friday evening at 8 \ o'clock in Eagles' hall, at which final arrangements will be made for the camp's participation in the observance observance of Memorial day. Lunch will be served. * Aquin High School Alumni association association is sponsoring a social to be held Thursday evening, May 7, be- gining at 8:30 o'clock, in St. Joseph's i garden at his home on West Lincoln hal1 - to which the P ubllc is invited., boulevard. ' The committee in charge of ai -1 rangcmenis includes Dolores Clancy, I At the conclusion of the dinner, John W. Barrett, showed a series of color pictures of dahlia blooms, taken in September last year at the Bellinger Gardens, that make such a beautiful showing on the bell line, or South street. This was followed followed by the Ice Follies of 1942, which showed the skill and daring of famous skater;:. Ann Petta and Michael Cassldy. * Tomorrow evening at fire station No. 1 beginning at 7 o'clock, auxil- > iary firemen will hold fire drill and i receive first aid instruction under | the program in connection with the I national emergency wherein local' citizens are asked to assist in do- frn.se work. Now members are privi- C. H. Bolllngrr was thn speaker legecl to join the class at any time, of the evening mid his subject was "Peonies." He Rave nn informative talk, letting h mistakes .•••• Klirnco in on his i"'-ht profit by them. He told of the proper (ceding of penoies, the correct planting and also how to divide the clumps at the end of the season. HR even News of the Churches Week-Day Services Thursday Morn- went into the subject of raising pe-i „„ J»B in Grace Church , onies from seed. ! , "'*, lio ^ communion wil be cele- It was a nr-utir-il H ml instructive bral(lcl m Grace Episcopal church on : talk ^nd " hP e gnrtin. rfub mombo" i ^' ""rnlng at 7:00 and 3:30 left the. meeting feeling they had i received something while, really worth WEDDINGS \VpimiT-Nath Mi:-s Viola Nath, of Freeport, and Karl \V. Wnmci, of Davis, were married today n' St. Louis, Mo. .\i rs . n erma n K. Opel's Circle Meets l-'ridiiy Afternoon Mrs. Herman E. Opel's circle of the Second Presbyterian church meets Friday afternoon at -MiO with Mrs. Walter T. Best, 1263 West Lin-, coin boulevard, First KngliKh Lutheran i Tearhrrs and workers of First , English Lutheran Sunday school will meet tonight at 7:30 in the Mis-I ter, Mr. and .Mrs, Rovd Thomas. 760 | sion .Room of the parish house. The - .The bride, who makes her home i with her brother-in-law mid sis- i West Homer nreet. is the daughter subject, to be led by Hov. George J. ' of Mr. and Mrs. Charles NiHh, of Cm ran, is "My Bible and My Sun- i Davis, and u ;m rmi>loye ol' the W.j day School Class." The monthly i T. Rawleiuh company. | biiMiu;.ss meeting will follow. The groom engaged in farmini: in Da\is, but is j The ehoir.s ol Fir.st English Luth- j rran church will meet at 6:15 and | 7:00 o'clock tomorrow evening, in,„ in,„ ,.. , i Mead of at the regular hours, so fahaimon, fll , May li.-Miss lona , nat ,-ehearsals can be over in time, Heuerman, youngest daughter of I foi . lhe 1uniol . nieh s( , hool musjc ' Mrs. H. H. Heuerman. of Prona and ] fes ti va |. The t . lass ln ( . nurcn mem . j W. R. Lueck, ot Normal, 111., .--on of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lueck, of bership will meet at T:30 in the, children's room, beneath the mis- Gareua, N D., were united in mar- sion roonii Jack s on slrL , et entrance. nage Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock | .. in the First Muihodist church ol Westminster Daughters, Second Peoria, The double-ring ceremony ' Preshvtprian chnn-h MP»I was performed by Rev. J. B. Rose- murgy, pastor ot the church. The Presbyterian Church Meet Last Evening Twenty-two members of West- bride entered the church with her | minster Daughters of Second Pres- brother, Chester Heuerman, who gave her in marriage. They were pteceded to the altar by her bridesmaid, bridesmaid, Miss Esther Schmaling, of Chadwick, the minister, the groom, and his best man, Harold Koepke. of Normal, 111. The bride was attired in a floor- length white sheer and lace gown, fashioned princess style wtith a sweetheart neckline, and a veil of White tulle which fell from a white seed pearl tiara. Her bridal bouquet bouquet was orchids, white roses aud byterian church, and two guests, attended attended the monthly meeting last evening, held at the home r.f Mrs. Fred Guthorle, West, Chestnut blreet. Devotions were led by Mrs. George Simmons, alter which Mrs. Ben P. Engle gave a report of the Woman's Presbyterial meeting, held at Savanna, to which she was a delegate. Mrs. Vernon Taylor, who h»s spent many winters in the southwest, southwest, gave an interesting talk on the "Indians of New Mexico and Ari- •weet peas. Tbe bridesmaid wore a pastel _ . .. _. blue sneer and lace fprmal dress j basketry and pottery made by them. With b|U£ Xingertip veil and carried I Refreshments wer« served by the zona," showing articles of weaving,

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 06 May 1942, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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  • Iona and Doc's wedding

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