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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri • Page 102

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TTTTTTT 8H Marcfi 8. 1953 ST.L0U1S POST-DISPATCH 'Jan Flcfc Is Engaged To Kenneth E. Grogan INFORMAL, announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Jean Charlotte Kick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C.

Fick, Chesterfield, to Kenneth E. Grogan. son of Mr. and Mrs. T.

D. Grogan, 2 Kings court, Ferguson. Close friends of the prospective bride recently learned the news while attending a canasta party at the Fick home. The engaged pair is employed at Lambert Air Force base, and therefore, for decoration, a large airplane centered the buffet table. Miniature planes, the names of Miss Fick and her fiance written on the Mings, were attached to cocktail glasses.

The bride-to-be graduated from Clayton High School and Central Airlines School, Kansas City, Mo. Her fiance recently returned from Korea where he was on duty with the Army. Benefit Auction. The Career Division of the St. Louis Section, National Council of Jewish Women will hold an auction today at 2:30 p.m.

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EItrelojiit CH. 5213 Suit 191 Arced tth and Oliv SOME OF THE HOSTESSES AND COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FOR THE MISSION DINNER TO BE GIVEN THIS EVENING BY THE ST. LOUIS CATHEDRAL GUILD AT THE CATHEDRAL AUDITORIUM, 4430 MARYLAND AVENUE. SEATED, MRS. BERNARD P.

CONCANNON, LEFT, PRESIDENT OF THE GUILD, AND MISS MARY DOWLING. CHAIRMAN OF THE MISSION COMMITTEE AND OF THE DINNER. STANDING FROM LEFT, MRS. WAIDE LOVELACE, MRS. DANIEL L.

SCHLAFLY, MISS GERALDINE COLLUM. MISS IRENE DOYLE AND MRS. JOHN P. CULLINANE. HOSTESSES NOT PRESENT WERE MRS.

EDWARD J. COSTIGAN, MISS MARY DUKE KINSELLA AND MRS. CHARLES STEUVER. Smartly Styled AiolfccNH-lVai1in Clotties LINGERIE DRESSES fOUNDA- SUITS HONS JACKET! SPORTSWEAR fiance is the brother of Miss Mary Woods. He attended both St.

Louis and Washington universities before entering the Air Force. "Every Hilna fer Motktrrtoba" 6ROUNO FLOOR ARCADE BLDG. TENTH LOCUST WANT THINGS? WATCH THE WANT ADS! SIT Locust 8001 Claytoi Rd Dolores Kuntemeier, E. Woods Engaged TH2 engagement of Miss De-lores Catherine Kuntemeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Milton F. Kuntemeier, 4845 Penrose street, to Airman First Class Edward Joseph Woods has been announced. The pective bridegroom, recently returned from a tour of duty in the Far East, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A.

Woods, 5469 Tholozan avenue. Currently he is stationed in Memphis, Tenn. The bride-elect is the sister of Mrs. Vincent F. Stock, Mrs.

Frank J. Cento and Miss Joan Marie Kuntemeier. Her Miss Settlage Bride Of Robert C. Krauter MISS MARILYN JEAN SETTLAGE was married Feb. 28 to Robert Carl Krauter at Pilgrim Lutheran Church.

The Rev. Alfred Doerf-fler officiated. The bride, daughter of Arthur C. Settlage of Fort Worth, who gave 'her In marriage, lived with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

Rudolph Settlage, 4625 Korte avenue. Mr. Krauter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W.

Krauter, 4266 Holly avenue. Miss Mardel Bollenbach was the bride's only attendant, wearing an ankle-length blue gown. She carried a To Entertain Club. Mrs. Charles A.

Shaw, 7500 Wydown boulevard, Clayton, will be hostess to the Tuesday Literary Club of Clayton Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Spencer will review "Chicago River," by Harry Hansen; Mrs. Theodore Ball will speak on the work of Carl Sandburg, and Mrs. Spencer will play and sing folk songs compiled by Sand i iim i i.

Hear Dora Minhin and Bessie JVoacV, talented duo-piano team, present 40 Minutes of Music Tomorrow night at 7:30 in SBF Founders' Hall, Ninth Floor Be, our guest tomorrow evening when this delightful piano team brings you a concert of beautiful and familiar music including selections from Brahms, Debussy, Ravel and Rachmaninoff, and many others. This is the last in a series sponsored by the Women's Association of the St. Louis Symphony. Mo thargt, of eonref Emrcltairtlt Phntnrrtph, MRS. ROBERT C.

KRAUTER pink nosegay matching the flowers In her hair. The bride wore a net and tulle gown over satin and a lace cap to hold her veil. She held a white prayerbook marked with flowers. The bridegroom's father was his best man. After a dinner at the Tulip Box, Mr.

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