Sophia Moland 23 Aug 1933, Daily Chronicle De Kalb, Illinois, Enoch Moland, Bert Male, Osmund

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Sophia Moland 23 Aug 1933, Daily Chronicle De Kalb, Illinois, Enoch Moland, Bert Male, Osmund - Fant, both of this city. She has also been...
Fant, both of this city. She has also been visiting relatives in Oak Park. Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Axel Johnston and children of Mt. Morris motored to this city to visit with Miss Carlson and to attend the band con cert. They are also relatives of Miss Carlson. . On Thursday of this week the group will go to Rochelle for a picnic and outing. Friends of Miss Mae Lloyd and Rlnnl Korpela were all much surprised surprised to hear that they had pro cured a marriage license at the Sycamore office late last week as only , the two immediate' families had been told of their plans. On Saturday morning they were united in marriage at the parson age of the Swedish Lutheran church at Sycamore, the Rev. G. P. Wil liams reading the marriage service. The couple was unattended. The bride wore a white ensemble for her wedding. She Is the daughter daughter of Mrs. Jennie Lloyd of Malta, and 1s night operator at the telephone telephone office In that town. Mr. Korpela Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Korpela of this city. He Is an employee of the telephone company here. He and his bride went to Chicago for a brief honey moon trip, attending the Century of Progress Exposition while there. The marriage of Miss Ruth Bailey, national public parks tennis champion, champion, to Robert Piosser "somewhere In Illinois" last May 2, was revealed today by the bride's sister at St. Louis. The secret marriage was the result of "love at first sight" and culminated culminated a whirlwind courtship that lasted lasted three weeks. Miss Gladys "alley, the sister, said. Miss Bailey recently won the national national public parks tennis crown in the east. Prosser is an employs of the Anheuser-Busch. Anheuser-Busch. Anheuser-Busch. Inc., brewery. Mr. and Mrs. William Schalk and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bockland living near DeKalb entertained their thresh ing men last evening at the home of the former, i A most delightful social few hours was enjoyed by 40 friends all of whom found the evening a great sue cess. Before "Good-Nights" "Good-Nights" "Good-Nights" were said a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Sunday proved a most enjoyable day for Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Knight of Elva, Miss Ruth Madison of Sycamore and Mickey Mullls of Cortland as they spent the day at Lake Geneva and Lake Del a van. Wis. Dinner was enjoyed on the shores of Lake Geneva and later in j the day the party went sight seeing a- a- round Lake Dels van and at other points of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. James H. LeLaney of Utica, N. Y, are visiting at the home of their daughter and family the B. C Mohrmann's on South Fourth Street. While In this vicinity, the guests also plan to spend several days at the Century of Progress Exposition In Chicago. ! - In a charming home wedding this afternoon at 20 o'clock Miss Sophia Moland. daughter of Enoch Moland of Malta and Bert Male son of Mr. and Mrs. Osmund of Malta were united In marriage. The Reverend Stoutman jof the Creston Lutheran church officiated, the single ring ser vices being used. The wedding took place at the Thomas Kingsted home at Malta. A pink and white color scheme proved attractive, decorations being in summer flowers. Miss Moland , wore a pink crepe gown with accessories of whit. Her flowers were white rosea and pink aweet peas. Miss Marian Moland, sister of the bride was her attendant attendant and wore a frock of pal blue. Her flowers were nplk roses and baby's breath. The groom had his brother Lester Lester Male for his attendant. 1 A two course luncheon was served served to the relatives present following the ceremony and later Mtr. and Mrs. Male left for a weddlngour-ney. weddlngour-ney. weddlngour-ney. the destination ot which they have not made known. Both Mr. and Mrs. Male have been teaching school during the past few years. He has taught In the Malta grade schools and Mrs. Male has taught at Creston. They will make their home on the Lock farm near Malta. J A lovely party was given yesterday yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. GeoFge Wlllrett at Malta for two August brides. Mrs. Rlnnl Korpela, the former Mae Lloyd and Miss Mai-zle Mai-zle Mai-zle Monson, the latter to become the bride of Roy Butler In the near future were the honored guests. Miss Sophia Moland, whose wed ding takes place this afternoon, was co-hostess co-hostess co-hostess for the affair of yesterday yesterday afternoon. Garden flowers in orchid and yellow yellow shades made charming decorations decorations about the Wlllrett home. There were games and contests appropri ate for the event and shower gifts were hidden from the guests of honor who found them in a clever treasure hunt. : j Miss Monson knew of the plans for the afternoon but Mrs. Korpela, who took her friends by surprise with announcement of her marriage found to her surprise that aha was also being complimented with the shower of miscellaneous gifts. Luncheon was beautifully served and proved delightful. Eighteen wer present, all members of the Sunday school class of which Mrs. Veale has charge. The list of marriage licenses Issued Issued during the past week from the office of the clerk at Sycamore shows a decided Increase. Following are those who procured procured licenses: Joseph L. Sherman and Isabelle M. Klaas both of Somonauk Adlal A. Burmester and Frances J. Blakely both of Hinckley; Jesus Ortiz Ortiz and Dora Miller both ot Malta: Rlnnl A. Korpela, DeKalb and Mas Lloyd. Malta: Clark Hubbard Countryman Countryman of Chicago and Helen Elisabeth Elisabeth Woods, DeKalb; Myron Julian Edwards and Neva Augusta Todd, both of Shabbona; George W. Correll West Chicago and Grace R. Hagland of Detroit. Mich, Bert Male and Sophia Moland both of Malta. Mrs. Arthur Swanstrom of New ark. N. J, was a welcome guest of DeKalb relatives and friends yesterday. yesterday. She visited her annt Mrs. Ger-da Ger-da Ger-da Wennlund and family and had an . opportunity of getting In touch with, friends -as -as well. Later Mrs. Swanstrom' was taken to- to- . Glen Ellyn wnere she was to meet her husband who Is In this vicinity on business, jths two planning planning also to attend the Century of Progress Exposition while near Chicago. Chicago. On Monday evening of this week, Mrs. Mary Henry of Wichita, Kan., who hss been spending the past two months with her relatives In this city became the bride of Frank Til-ton Til-ton Til-ton of DeKalb. Mr, and Mrs. Tllton will make their home at S04 South Tenth Street. Their many friends and relatives relatives wish them a lifetime of happiness. happiness. Mrs. Frank Mlhm and daughter Miss Marguerite have returned

Clipped from The Daily Chronicle23 Aug 1933, WedPage 5

The Daily Chronicle (De Kalb, Illinois)23 Aug 1933, WedPage 5
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