Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 3, 1957 · Page 4
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VOWS SAID BY CAROLYN ROUSH AND LESLIE WILBUR T: S.s Ml ' i Ilvavt church of the .setting for tin 1 v,.-«MiMf'. >>i Miss Carolyn Sue |{..-.i.»h "1 Chan ton and Leslie Kui;i• 1 1• - Williui' of Handalia, Sunday, Jum- ~'A. at 2:150 p.m. The double rmn nuptial vows were sulem- i':...-ti by tin: Kev. Charles O'Coii- n. before the altar appointed uuii pedestal baskets of while and white lighted tapers in branched candelabra. The bride is the daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Kiie A. Kousli of Ciiaiiton, and the bridegroom's !•...••!!'..; aie Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Wilbur uf Handalia. While the guests were being .-.e.iled a prelude of organ music v. .I.- played by Mrs. Robert Matlie.'"ii, and she later accompanied Mrs. .1. \V. Cusack as she sang '{M^'lM .ft/ir 1 ' 1 "'" ;ind "- UJes -i (liven in marriage by her father, (lie biide approached the altar doivn the white carpeted aisle lighted with white tapers held in place with white bows and gladioli. She was attired in a floor 1 r• 11 ; • t)i gown of while, fashioned iinpiii'icd hand clipped lace and lull.- Tlw molded lace bodice, wiih idled jewel-point sleeves was closed at the back with tiny self-covered buttons and featured a Sabrina neckline. The imported lace extended part way into the flowing skirt of tulle, which was worn over white bridal satin that swept into a chapel train. A Juliette cap of embroidered net covered with seed peals, brilliants and irridescent sequins held her double fingertip veil of imported illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, stcphano- tis and white satin streamers. The bride, in carrying out the tradition of "something old, something blue, etc.", carried a handkerchief belonging to her grandmother, Mrs. James K. Donovan of Croston. Miss JoAnn Semich, a friend of the bride, served as maid of honor^ a/idMrs. Merlyn Smith, a col- bridesmatron. They wore identical gowns of crystalette in mint green. The bodice was fashioned with empire waistline, scooped neckline and brief sleeves. Their full flowing skirts of ballerine length, wore over crinoline and their headbands were of white Ktephunotis and satin. They carried matching cascade bouquets of white Esther Reed daisies with white satin streamers. Keith Borland, brother -in -law of the bridegroom of West Union, served as best man. James Roush, brother of the bride, served as groomsman. Ushers were John McFadden and Jim Woods of Randalia and Harlan Carley of Rolfe, friends of the bridegroom. Mrs. Roush wore a petal pink sheath dress of embroidered polished cotton with white accessories. Mrs. Wilbur was dressed in a beige linen sheath dress with matching jacket and white accessories. Both mothers wore matching corsages of blush pink miniature roses. The bride's grandmother, Mrs. James K. Donovan, wore a powder blue dress with white accessories. A reception was held in the church (parlors immediately following the wedding. The table was laid with a cloth of Italian linen cutwork, centered with a fourtiered all white wedding cake, decorated with roses and mounted with a minatute bridal couple. White mums and greenery stir- rounded the base of the cake, and silver appointments and lighted tapers completed the arrangement. Mrs. Jay B. Roush, an aunt of the bride, poured and the cake was cut and served by Mrs. Keith Borland, the bridegroom's sister of West Union. She was assisted by Mrs. Delbert Watkins of Chariton. Mrs. Wayne Watkins and Mrs. J. Glenn Carton were in charge of the punch table, which was also arranged in the bride's chosen colors of mint green and white. Hostesses were Miss Esther Davis, Miss Sherrill Johnson, Mrs. Jim Ryan, Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mis. Russell Johnson. Mrs. John McFadden of Randalia was in charge of the guests book. For her going away costume Mrs. Wilbur chose an Alice Blue long torso cotton gown with white accessories, and she wore a corsage of white roses taken from her wedding bouquet. After a short Wedding trip to the Lake of the Ozarks, the couple will reside in Detroit, where Mr. Wilbur will be employed in the Edsel Division of the Ford Motor company. The bride is a graduate of Chariton high school, class of 51, and attended Drake university in Des Moines, and the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, where she was a major in Home Economics. She is a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Mr. Wilbur is a graduate of Lennon Sisters To Be At Iowa State Fair The Lennon sisters, girl c|i'ai t't television stars of tlx- Lawnnic Welk show, will he bi ought I" this year's Iowa State Fair l" headline the evening musical ie- vue on for nights, Aug. 2a through Aug. 28, fair officials announced today. The four youngsters, Oiamie, Peggy, Kathy, and Janet, aged Hi to 17, will sing many of the son ;• which brought them to .stardom on television, and will he the highlight of the two hour musical extravaganza in front of the Mate fair grandstand. Among the song.-, scheduled for their appearances at the fair are Allegheney Moon, Teen Age Waltz, Toy Tiger, Graduation Date and others featmed LIMA NEWS Mr . Kav Warner entered Palmer Memorial Hospital Friday lor medical tratmenl for ear infection She came home Monday. Mi . Alia Mailt, ('a/mar, visited Wi. due-day in the Saul llatriman .,tut Mm ire Kveiett homes. • • • • .Mi: Donald ()rr .--pent several dav.-, lad week in Cedar Rapids !;e ||i;ui'. in the eale of her aunt. Ml I,'.dpi. Wood:,, ;, h d al-o vr- :! e, | :n llie Joe ( 'olinor home. • • • • Mr. I.'.eold ropenhageii. Wadena is suffering from an ln- f. e' ion and is being eared for in the home of her parents, Mr. and M:... Leonard Anfiusou. 3 JULY 1957 Fayette County Leader The Volga Club and other neighbors of the community held a weiner roast Sunday evening at the Joy Popenhagen home. Mr. and Mrs. Mervelle Earl, Cedar Rapids, visited Tuesday night in the W. E. Karle home and Wednesday in the Leonard Anfinson home. l;ie im |, , veil h the ! Ill'11!' I • .1 Mlllll stai .-. of : ..i''. t lull pli ! ill e .. Jllppodlome I, till.'. Fair ullicia! si ill ne:;olialu tional TV net hue the uponn revue, Aug. will he III i the . tat • nigh Air • •.-I .-'how • ! o (lie I a I i IIM e. -.1 u ,i! 1 .1 ..ther ••name'' . : i'm .aid mo beauty chorus. . i; '..•'... and a , added lea d d they ale oi not her 11 :i. 'ar to head,o eight-; of the Understanding Iowa Children By Lloyd Lovell Mrs. Franklin was chatting with her older sister, "My Carol is nearly 10," she said. "I really should be telling her some things,' ,-,..„. , h „, lht . „,,-,,, lr , ;ili()n wl! | about how her body will be , , h()( . k , ( , h , M ,,,,, ,„,,, t ,, at , lu . v is I he t line to begin t • aching, our child s< une!i:nig . ,.'n|"irtanl" - ai.nu! -ex, ..r mo'. ..Is, or any other ..tibji ct , \\Y .-'umetin;. .-; think that the la I; .''ill be on. of pouring eo)i]|)l;.aii I information into an a••••! i He vacuum. We '49', and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Upper Iowa university at Fayette. He ^pent two years in the Armed Forces; and on June 7, received his Master of Science degree in Mathematics from the State University of Iowa. changing, but I just can't find a way to go about it." Her sister nodded. "It can seem like a big job. But my neighbor told me something that made it easier. She reminded me that by the time I thought I should talk to Jeanne about such things, I already had taught her a lot, and she had learned a lot in other ways." "When she was still quite little she learned that little boys and girls are different, and she learned some things about her body when I was teaching her to take her own bath, and when she was being toilet-trained. And of course all her life she's been able to observe my husband's and my attitudes about gilds and women, and about boys and men, too. When T realized that Uii seemed easier. We parents often feel, "Now have had no advance warning about the topic. Actually, of coiir.-e, by the tune we get around to thinking that now is the tune to start teaching, the children have usually alioady been doing some learning- ..-oine of it from lis (directly from mi!' renvoi -atioii slid watching mil' behavior and indirectly from our at! it ude- 1 and some from uth-r people. The .-. • el! !•' ' ' ea may he brand new to the chihl. bo lie usually has some awureiie:..; ol the gen eral topic, Realising tiial tin- child doe- have some background of nil urn ia I ion or opinion can help us feel more comfortable ioli i omselves abo,ut heluuiLiJiim leal n more about (lie luiporlanl aspects of human lite. Iowans Rushing To Vacations ( iff we g.. lit) million strong Anie: lean' aiim of vacationers landing mi heaehe... charging up the mountains, infiltrating the w Is and : weeping over flic highways r .i 'side.; the increased business for ho'els. motels, resorts, railroad:, airlines gas stations and bus hues, the annual tourist trek mean new business for clothing, .hue.,, i hug ,sh ires, fi »>d stores and hardware stores. People are ru.ditin; to buy sun tan lotion, sun glasses, creams, lotions. Murine eyedrops, sports clothe.-., fishing tackles, outboard motors, picnic supplies. l! r- i -timnted that If) billion dollars will be spent on vacations this year. < >f the vacationers (fa per cent will travel by automobile. 1 I per cent by train, I) per cent by plane and li per cent by bus. others go by boat and there aie Mime who ride bikes or walk. Tlie middle At laniic states will ;el i he mi i -I vaeat ioners. with I he NoMh Central states east of the Mi'••:•!: -ippi River getting the second largest number. Third will he the South A'lantic states and I'oui th the Pacific Coast states. Among the biggest attractions for tourists are listed scenery and sightseeing. Thv biggest items in volume sales for tourists are as- p-rin, sun tan lotions, eyedrops, jn.se.-I repellents and camera film. LASTS ALL YEAR LONG IN SNAPSHOTS! Make u,j hoadquarfen for Kodak, camerat • equipment • film Good pictures ivon't ivait! Be ready with plenty oj KODAK FILM We have all types, ull sizes Chance* for those prized, ortce- in-a-lifetime snapshots often come when you least expect if. Be sute you're teody v/ith your camera loaded and an extra roll or two of film on hand. Then you're sure to have your most precious memories in snapshots to enjoy for years to come. See us for the Kodak Film you'll need . . . see us again for finishing when your pictures are taken. DAVIS REX ALL STORE Not just hot water..; you need clean hot water VI.- ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF OUR Fayette Office MONDAY, JULY 8th AT 237 SOUTH MAIN STREET Our Fayette Office will occupy the office space at 237 South Main in conjunction with the Langerman Con* ^JXip^f^ struction Company. The UNITED WINDOW COMPANY of IOWA FAYETTE INDEPENDENCE WATERLOO SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER The Wheels Of Your Car Are Wheels Of Cliaiuv Inspection Plus Correction Adds Up To Accident l'nvenlioii. Let Us Inspect Your Car And Corrort Anv Defects With Proper Wheel Alii r .»»>»»'»t And Wheel Balancing At Henyan Motor Go. Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Fayette, Iowa iHHnHimiiniiiiriiuiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii We Invite You to come in and see our beautiful KROEHLER Living Room Sets Aluminum Doors Regular $53.95 ONLY $39*95 -For Information write or call United Window Company of Iowa, Fayette, Iowa. J, M, Beck, General Manager We will be receiving many new pieces this month .. McLeese-Leytze Furniture & Appliance Fayette, Iowa Phone 160 THE GLASS-UNED WATER HEATER PROVED BY OVER 3,000,000 FAMILIES • I'xcltisivc, easy-to- mliii^i i;vi;.fl£ tern- Pentium- control. • l'atc-titetl UI-HT- WAI.I. design boosts efliciiMii'y, saves heat • Stunning aqua-and- copper styling complements your home; O Deluxe and round models for every fam« ily, every budget; BETTER OlASS—tONOER HFfi Gene Wm. Singer Plumbing -- Heating -- Wiring Phono 247 Fayette, Iowa o^°r^ a II . Hiland «| OQ^ : RAISINS L lbs. OUC Fayette Creamery CO*% BUTTER lb., OuQ Potters Polar Pak V2 7Q_ ICE CREAM gal. I if C Large White OA^ EGGS - doz. LVC I BROOMS .25c OFF i CARROTS 2 for 29c " Californa Shafter 1 A QA POTATOES (new) 1U lbs. QuC Elsheimers <\f* WERINERS — lb. OOC Goeken's Food Mkt Phone 10 Fayetto, Iowa

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