T & A's Paternal Aunt Maxine
Wedd ings Babler-Brooker The marriage of Miss Maxlne Brooker, of Freeport, whose parents Mr, and Mrs. Clarence" 1 Brooker, reside reside in Warren, and Ensign Ralph R. Babler, son of Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Babler, of Dakota, was solemnized Thursday evening, May 17, at 8 o'clock in the Evangelical church of Afolkey, Rev. O, F. Schriver, of Steward, 111., uncle of the groom, reading the double-ring service. The church was decorated with peach colored gladioli, palms and lerns. Mrs. Frank Ochsner and Mrs William Ochsnsr gave the musical program. The bride entered the church with her father. She wore a white slipper satin gown, made with inserts inserts of lace, her bridal veil being held in place with orange blossoms. She carried whit* roses, tied with streamers holding lilles-of-the- valley. Miss Elaine Mayer served as ma.d of honor wearing a light blue gown made with taffeta bodice and full net skirt, B Juliet cap of pearls anil carried an arm bouquet, of spring flowers. Stanley Meier was best man and the ushers were Ralph Brooker, c,i Beloit and Donald Brooker of Warren, both brothers of the bride. A reception lollowed the ceru- inony in the parlors of the church Green candles were used in light-1 ing the bridal table, with its cen- terpiece, a cake which end groom. Ensign Babler three-tiered wedding \\fii, cut by the bride graduatpu from the Orangevllle high school in 1938 ana has been in the U. B navy since Dec. 1S42. He reports r, Miami, Fla., the 23rd of May lor further co -pilot training in thf PB4Y-2, the navy's newe&t heavy bomber.' The bride will accompany her husband to Florida. Mrs. Babler has been employed by Micro Switch for the past two and a half years.