Esther Stark weds George Felzien in Los Angeles 22 Nov 1936. They will live in Los Angeles.
E. MISS STARK IS ITJUUjiJ ul/lllll ItJ Weds George Felzien In Los Angeles Nov. 22 Announcement of the marriage of Miss Esther Stark, formerly of Pampa, and George T. Felzien at Los Angeles. Calif., on Nov. 22 was made^ today as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'G. C. Stark, returned from a two-week trip thnt included a visit in her home. The couple married at the home of the Rev. Mr. MacDowell in Los Angeles, and the wedding was witnessed by a friend, Morrie Powers. They arc at home in Los Angeles now. Miss Stark lived here with her parents 10 years, was graduated from Pampa high school and was employed by the Bell Telephone Co. for two years. She was transferred July 1 to a position with the company in Los Angeles. Mr. Felzien is the son of Mrs. Charles Reicherl of Holslein, Neb., where lie was reared and attended public schools. He was graduated from junior college at McCook, Neb., Mmes. R. G. Allen, Barrett, Roy Bourland, D. D. Cochrane, Conley, Edward H .Damon. R. F. Dirkscn, W. S. Dixon, W. T. Finley, George Friauf, Holland, Frank Perry, Arthur Swnnson, Walker, and the hostess. and Is employed with a real estate firm in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Stark visited in San Francisco and Oakland as well as in Los Angeles. They were accompanied by L. W. Tarkenton, who with Mr. Stark transacted business on the trip. Most of the elements found on the earth, like iron, sodium and copper, are also In the sun, scientists have determined. The Phoenicians arc the first recorded settlers in Spain. §Oi.¥