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bloodgood/dean wedding - Edmund Paul Ehrllnger Jr. claimed Miss Ruth...
Edmund Paul Ehrllnger Jr. claimed Miss Ruth Albrecht, daughter daughter of Mrs. Frank Albrecht, 452 N. Pearl street, as his bride Saturday Saturday afternoon at a 2:30 ceremony in th* Alhrerht home. (Jerry Shaw Studio> is 1 a lents at Platteville State Teachers college. Mr. Coyne also attended the University of Wisconsin. Mrs. Coyne graduated from South Wayne high school in 1947. F. M. Coyne Weds South Wayne Girl Eraasyille—Miss Barbara Joan Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Jones, South Wayne, became became the bride of Francis Michael Coyne son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Herbert J. Coyne. The Rev. F. J. Mehigan read the double ring service service Saturday afternoon in the rectory ol St. Paul's Catholic church. Miss Jones chose a street length blue linen dress with brown accessories accessories and a corsage of talisman roses for her wedding costume. Her sister, Mrs. George J. Maddrell, Maddrell, Lodi, served as matron of honor, and Robert J. Coyne was aest man for his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Coyne will live in Doctor's Daughter Weds Rector's Son Bfaatami — Two widely known Wisconsin families figured in the wedding of Patricia Lea Dean, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James P. Dean, 822 Prospect place, and Brands Cleveland Bloodgood, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Francis J. Bloodgood. 1102 Lincoln street, at noon Monday in the rectory of St. Patrick's Catholic church. The Rev. Albert V. Grace read he nuptial service in a setting ef whit* stock and white carnations. An informal blue crepe gown and a matching hat were worn by the >ride, who carried a nosegay of itephanotis. Mrs. Richard T. Keeley was her sister's only attendant and Joseph Bloodgood attended his brother as best man. Following a reception at the Madison club Mr. Bloodgood and his.bride left for Canada where .hey will spend a month. The 'ormer Miss Dean has been attend- ing the University of where Mr. Bloodgood was graduated graduated Saturday. Foil SoyaJ Neighbor* Authorize Vend ParcftoM Fart AtMnMHi—The Royal N«i|l>>. bors, at a regular meeting Tuesday night,, voted to purchase • 139 bond. Each member is to bring • face cloth and towel for • July shower for the R.N.A. horn* at Rock Island, 111. The birthday .ef Mrs. Clyde Justus was ree»fniJ«! and refreshments were served ay Mrs. Walter Green and Mrs. Clifford Clifford Nels«n. Prizes at pinoehl* were awarded to Mrs. Albert Sla- wert and Mrs. Martin Steinhausar. and in 500 to Mrs. Marie Stoinka and Mrs. Mary Heinz, with • spa- cial prize to Mrs. Steinhauasr. Mrs. Geah Lothe, Madison, district deputy, was a guest. EDGERTON HOSPITAL Edg»rton —Mrs. Bertha Robinson, Robinson, Helen and Betty Vivian, Jane*ville; Jane*ville; Erwin Urban, Mrs. Albert Muffley, Edgerton; Mrs. Arthur Rue, Deerfield; and Mrs. Lyla Watts, Milton, have been admitted to Memorial hospital. Birth: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Splinter. Milton Junction. Junction. Dismissals: Mrs. Irwin Fiti Randolph Randolph and baby, Mrs. William Hammer. Hammer. Milton Junction; Judy HUB. Milton: Leo Sickler Jr., and Richard Richard Stanke, Edgerton. NEW LIFE FOR OLD FURNITURE All Workmmm»Mf Guaranteed ERTZINGER vmOLSTEBY Phone 8MHH *9» N. Oakaifl Am «t AWNINGS

Clipped from Janesville Daily Gazette23 Jun 1948, WedPage 7

Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)23 Jun 1948, WedPage 7
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