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MONROE EVENING TIMES, MONROE, Events... (ZumCruuneu photo) Mrs. Kermtt G. Maaske Miss Donna Frazier WedsKermit Maaske Miss Donna Rae Frazier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Frazier, CedarviUe, and Kermit G. Maaske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Maaske, Browntown, were married Saturday at 2:30 p. m. in the Orangeville Methodist .church. Rev. Paul R. Olson read the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a pale blue suit With black accessories and a three- strand set of pearls. She wore a corsaff of red roses. Mr. and'Mrs. Bruce Eisenhower, aunt and uncle of the bride, attended the couple. Mrs. Eisenhower wore a navy blue dress with white' accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. A luncheon for the bridal party and the immediate families was served at the home of the bridegroom's parents. The couple plans to live in Cedar- vffle. The -new Mrs. Maaske attended Lena high school. Maaske is a graduate of South Wayne high school and Is employed in Freeport.- ENGAGEMENT PARTY HELD An engagement party was held Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Carter, Milwaukee, honoring Mrs. Carter's sister. Miss Jo Ann Schroeder, and Gustav H. Holtz. Milwaukee. Miss Schroeder is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schroeder, Route 5, who were among those present. Norma Shirley Helley Marries J. R, Hyland In St. Victor's Church The marriage of Miss Norma 'Shirley Helley, 2414 llth street, daughter of Mrs. Palma Helley, Stoughton, to James Raymond Hyland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hyland, 808 17th avenue, took place this morning at 9 in St. Victor's Catholic church. Rev. E. C. McCollow performed the double ring ceremony. Two baskets of white and salmon gladioli decorated the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Charles Conlin, wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace over white bridal satin ending in pleated nylon tulle to the floor. The fitted bodice buttoned down the back with small covered buttons and had a Peter Pan collar with a nylon tulle neckline featuring' five small covered buttons in front. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a satin tiara trimmed with pearls. She carried a white prayer book, a gift of the bridegroom, topped with a lavender orchid. Sister Mary Achiinas was the organist and Terry Hyland, brother of the bridegroom, served the nuptial mass. Mrs. Richard Hyland, matron of honor, wore a canary yellow gown with a draped bodice of lace and net featuring a shoulder cape of net and bouffant skirt of lace and net. She .carried a bouquet of white- carnations with yellow ribbon. Miss Hazel Howard, friend of the bride, was bridesmaid in a gown of powder blue identical to that of the matron of honor. She carried a bouquet of yellow carnations with a blue ribbon. Both attendants wore 'matching tiaras in their hair. Richard Hyland was his brother's best man and Richard Maurer, friend of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Doral Ethridge and Thomas Hyland, brother of the bridegroom, ushered. Miss Barbara Ann Hughs, friend of the bride, had charge of the guest book and wore a corsage of white gladioli. iiliulo) Mrs. James Hyland will live at 2414 llth street. The bride is a graduate of B!an- chardville high school and is employed by the United Telephone Co. Hyland is a graduate of Monroe high school and is employed at the Old Fashioned Ice Cream Store. Mary Stadelman Feted With Graduation Dinner Miss Mary Ellen Stadelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stadelman, South Wayne, graduated from St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing, Freeport, yesterday and was guest of honor at a Inncheon in the home of her| brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon R. Foelke, Lena. Attending the luncheon were Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schlapoi and family, Mrs. Marie Schlappi, Mrs. Joe Rast, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuhne, all of Browntown; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stadelman, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Stadelman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Marty, all of Monroe, and Miss Stadelman's parents. Wednesday Meeting To Be in St. John's Mrs. Fred Fritz Jr. and Mrs. J. J. Gmenewald will have charge of devotions and the topic at the Mrs. Chilian To Head WCTU at Orangeville ORANGEVILLE (Times Special) —Mrs. James Chilton was elected president of the WCTU at a business meeting held Friday in the home of Mrs. John Babler. Other officers elected were Miss Carrie Musser, corresponding and recording secretary, and Mrs. Vera Heck, treasurer. . Vice presidents of churches elected were Miss Zella Barmore, Meth- cdist; Mrs. Louise Kuhnke, Evangelical United Brethren: Mrs. A. R. Felts, Grace Reformed; Mrs. Alvin Meinert, Rock Grove Evangelical Uni'ed Brethren, nnd Mrs. Roswell Babler, Afolkey Evangelical United Brethren. Department directors appointed were: Mrs. Vera Heck, scientific teiiDeran'' 0 'ns*rur*inn- Mr= 'i Meinert, Bible in the public schrols: Mrs. Louise Kuhnke, child welfare; Miss Dora Schneider, Christian citizenship: Mrs. Herman Denier, relisious education: Mrs. Milfcrd Best, spiritual life: Mrs. John Gruber, flower mission and relief: Mrs. C. W. Frautschy, international relations. Mrs. Jnhn Babler, parliamentary usage: Miss Carrie Musser, publicity: Mrs. Paul Molter, fairs and exhibits: Mrs. Roswell Babler, publications and literature; Mrs. Walter Hofmeis*er. temnerance nnd missions: and Mrs. John Babler and Mss. Paul Molter, honorary members. Two topics during the social hour were "I Speak For Christian Citizenship" and "Needed: A New Declaration of Independence" given by Mrs. Walter Hofmeister and Mrs.. Vera Heck respectively. Mrs. Helley wore a navy Wuej Women . s Society meeting of St. "'John's Evangelical and Reformed dress with white accessories. She had a corsage of pink cymbidums with a silver ribbon. The bridegroom's mother chose navy blue with pale green accessories and a pale green cymbidums corsage tied with a green ribbon. A dinner for the bridal party and members of the families was held at noon. church Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. T. R. Holyoke will be in charge of the luncheon. Misses Susan Blumer and Evelyn Hartwig will furnish the entertainment. HOSTESS TO MEETING Mrs. Harry J. Rellahan, 613 AID SOCIETY TO MEET | JUDA (Times Special) — The Baptist Aid Society will meet Sept. /! in the church parlors with Mrs. _ Frank Nelson, Racine, as guest new Mrs. Hyland was wearing a|the DAR tomorrow at 2 p. m._ in ipeaker. -A business meeting will follow the potluck dinner. . ' When the couple left on a trip! Glenway street, Madison, will be through Northern Wisconsin, the I hostess to the first fall meeting of Ernest Deans To Note Weddinq Anniversary JUDA (Times Special)—Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Deans their 50th wedding will observe anniversary quietly at their home tomorrow. They have one daughter, Mrs. Lewis' Lehnherr. Mrs. Herbert Chappel, Birchwood, a sister of Mrs. Dean, is a guest at the Dean home. WMS TO ENTERTAIN JUDA (Times Special) — The WMS of the Evangelical United Brethren church will be host to guests from I:nmanuel Evangelical United Brethren church, Monroe; the Union church, Oakley; Rock City Lutheran church, anri the Baptist church, Juda, Sept. 8 at Guest Day, to be held in the Community hall. TO MEET .THURSDAY ORANGEVILLE (Times Special) — The Sisterhood of the Ruth and Naomi Society of Grace Reformed church, Orangeville, will meet at the home of Mrs. Glenn Geister Thursday at 8 p. m. Ox carts with eight-foot wheels, pulled by three or four yokes of — in on : j gray dress with navy accessories. I her home. The Rellahans are for-'oxen, once were the standard farm i 1 When they return, the couple 'mer Monroe residents. 'vehicle of Argentina. "I

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  1. Monroe Evening Times,
  2. 31 Aug 1954, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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