Anna Mary Nihiser and George E. PEGRAM wedding 29 Apr 1919 Iola Ks Register

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Anna Mary Nihiser and George E. PEGRAM  wedding 29 Apr 1919 Iola Ks Register - her V. *** Dr. R. C. Foy received word...
her V. *** Dr. R. C. Foy received word yesterday yesterday that his wife and .small »on. Kcr- nard were lca\iug IJOS Angeles, Calif., and e.\pect to arrive Itere in a few ing ".>4lh Aero Squadron and ' served scvuiiteen months overseas. . TIu- cou- anu e:cpec :i i« ........ - .... pie have the best wishes of- a host of days to join Dr. Foy and make this relatives and friends. The out of town their home. Dr. Foy has been here gupsts for the wedding were .Mr. Tom for the past few months and has made Carter of Mulvane, Col. and Mrs. • Claude Williams, Mra. J. M. Claiborne, many friends who will be glad to wel come his wife and baby. * • * . .Mr. and .Mrs. R. N'. Richey. of Pond Creek, Okla., are here visiting with Mrs. Richey'a sister, Mrs. A. .M. Smith and family, who live at 721 South street. • • * Mrs, H. B. Olberding returned home yesterday evening from Kansas City and Bonner Sjtrings where slie has been visiting with relatives and friends. •f .Mr.s. Anna Baker and son Fletis returned returned last week j from Lawrence where they have be*n visiting with relatives; Flell.s also VISIUMI with friends in Topeka and Ft. Scott. + * * —Dance, Friday night, at Ionic Hall .Masonic Temple. Burlington colored four piece orchestr^. 4-29-5-2 • * * The office girls of the Register office office have some very kind friends who never forget them, especially when flow^ers are blooming. This morning D. B. D. Smeltzer. who ha.« fjnltc a flower garden at his home on South Washington, presented the girls with some beautiful hoquets of wreath. A « * Sunday evening, April 27th at eight j'clock the marriage of Miss Mary Anna Anna Xihiser to Corp. George Ellsworth Pegram of Mulvane, Kansas, occurred at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. I. Xihiser. 807 Xorth Chestnut street. Judge J. B. Smith officiating. officiating. Miss Hilda Sjolin was the bride's- maid and Mr. Tom Garter of Mulvane. was the toest man. Miss Rosabel Shepard, a little niece of the bride carried the wedding ring in a white Illy. The ceremony was witnessed witnessed by the relatives and a few friends. The bride l.s the youngcfst daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Xihiser and is a charming and lovable young lady. Mr. Pegram Is the eldest son of Mr.- and Mr .-j. Jack Pegram of Mulvane. He was a member of the famous fight- .Mrs. G. W. Workman and children, .Miss Allio Williams, all of Toronto, Mr. and Mr^ Shepard and daiighter, Ro.soibel of MIdian, Kansas.—Contributed. Kansas.—Contributed. * * •!• .Mr. and Mrs,. J. P. Vancil enler- laiiied a few of their friends last even ing at their home, 302 South Third .•itroet in honor of their uncle, Eugene C. -MK'oy. Mr. McCoy has recently repel repel vml. his honorable discharge from the V. S. Army after serving Six months overseas! The evening was spent with music and games after which .Mrs. Vancil as^^isted by .Miss Frances Hufferd served delicious refreshments, refreshments, to the guests. Those j)ri '>sent: '>sent: Misses Ruth Blodgelt. Margaret Williams, Maude .Nelson, Frances Hufferd, Hufferd, Mary Searles, Florence Starks, .May Xelsim, Mary Starks, Margaret Howard, .Messrs Jay Myers. John Blodgelt. George Williams, Ralph Caddell, Albert Alley, Tommie Stark, Jim .Velson, Davis Stark, Harry Xel- son, Mr. and .Mrs. Eugene McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vancil. •> • •> .Margaret Walter, a correspondent from Ijondon, says the cheapest school girl's plain blue serge suit that promises promises even a six montlis' wear,"! $3.-..00. * * • 31is3 Lucille Poster's Suiiday school class of the Christian church will meet at her home 218 South Third street tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. * * BMrs. James Woodln and little son, William, of Wichita, are here' for a visit with Mrs. Woodln's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cook, 309 South Sycamore Sycamore street; * * * A somewhat raii>ld city man, according according to a story that 1« going the rounds, remarked to a farmer friend: "Thursday we autoed to the country chib and golfed till'dark, then trol- leyed back to town and danced till morning." of

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