Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 30, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, June 30, 1952
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Social NoAvs Two June Weddings Held Sunday * •••A ny AMCK HIOINBOTIIAM Two vvoddlnffa of IntPiosl to Km met county and Estlicrvlllo frlrnds took pliicf yoHtrrdny. On<> In Esth- orvlllp whnn Mlsa Allcp Elsenhow­ er bpcnme Iho bildo of Ororqn Mocckly of Dfis Molnea nnd the other nl Austin, Minn., when Miss Marinn Jnrvl.s and ITnrvny t. f.tin- dy were miirrled. Mowkly-Klsenliow^r Nuptials Mlwa Alice EiHrnhnwer, dauKlltor of Mr. un-J Mr.s. Arnold Eisenhow- or, 1107North Fourth streot, and Mr. George Moockly, son of the Ijito Mf. nnd Mrs. (JeorKC W. Mosckly, oADcs,Moinc.«!, were united In mar- rSge ^tldttJr./JOtio 2D, at 2:80 p. m. iii tfio'ChrlBCiaaichureh at Esther vlpc. The IXcv. Clyde C. Leeds offl- crat<;d at the double-ring ceremony. Ba -skets of blue delphinium and yellow gladioli and topers In cnn- delabra decorated the nitar. Mrs, C, P. Mauelt, nunt of the bride, OrRanist, provided the nuptial .music. She played "Ava Maria,'' "Lifbestraum," and olhcrs of the couples favorite songs preceding the ceremony and accompanied Verdae • Sawyer Who sang "Because" and the "Lord's Prayer." The traditional "Bridal Chorus" from Lphengrln and Mendclashon's "Wedding March" were also played by Mrs. Mauck. . * The bride, given In marriage by her father, wa« attired in an icy blue satin gown fashioned with long, pointed sleeves. The fitted bodice featured a wing neckline. Small, self-covered buttons marched down to the softly flared skirt, which ended in a full court train. A,'finger tip veil of silk illusion •with a heart shaped tiara of satin cowjiletcd the ensemble. She carried a cluster of yellow carnations with satin streamers. Mrs. Eldon Sabin attended her Bister as matron of honor and Mrs. John Monahan was bridesmaid, 'rhey wore identical gowns bf yellow Chantilly lace and nylon w\ fashioned with strapless Chahtillv lace bodices, nylon net skirts and K I O I CS. They carried colonial bouquets of blue carnations. , Attendants to the bridegroom were John Monahan and Eldon Sabin. Charles Jackson and Austin Graybeal acted as ushers. Afl wore summer dinner jackets with blue carnation boutonnleres. The bride's mother chose a pink gabardine dress with white ucces- sorlra- for her daughter's wedding. She wore n carnation cluster cjr- aoae. • Tho bride's nunt, Mrs. Elmer Jackson, entertained at a reception for the immediate families and out-of-town guests in her homo, immediately following the ceremony. After the bridal coupln cm. the traditional first piece of cake, Mrs. Lorun Hildvcth, sistor of tho bridegroom, resumed. The oakc, decorated in blue and yellow, was topped by the miniature Urluu'i couple used on the wedding cake of thr HlHter of the bride. Mrs. Robert Jackson and Mrs. William Cook poured and Mrs. Li!o Sanders and Mrs. Joe Hatland were in charge of the guest book. . Tho bride choso for her eolng away costume, a navy blue blouse nnd skirt, topped with a white gali- aMlne cardigan Jacket, with which she wore white accesHorlus. - After a three week wedding trip Jh tho north nnd west tho coupla will be at home in ihoir newly built home at 4121 10th St.. in Des Moln- I 'B. Mrs. Mocckly recently roslgne 1 her position she held for the pix-st »ix years with the Statu icinanco company of Des Moines. Mr. Moor- Uly Is asHoeintcd with Bankci.s Trust company of Des Moines, Out of town guests present for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Smitii of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Itobcrt E. Jackson of Kansas Ciiy, Mil.; Mr. and Mrs. Allen S. Morriii, Shirley, Jean and Sandra of Wln- terai^t; Mr. and Mrs. I.,oren Hlld- lelh of Ankeny; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Orinde of Cedar Uaplds; Mr. and Mi«. Dale Holroyd of Wu- lerloo, Mr. and Mrs. Kloyd Moeckly, Mr. and Mrs. John Monahan, Mr L. Ni 'Vln Lee, Mr. und Mr.s. Austin Graybeal, Verdae Sawyer, Mr, und Mrs. J. W. llubbell, Natalie Schaf- fcr, Ed I'agiiol, Mr. and Mrs. Wiil tor P. O'Malley, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Sunde and daughters and Mis. Blanche Moeckly, all of Des Moines. * Liindy-Jarvls WtKldiiig The wedding of Miss Marian Jarvis, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ouil- bcrt W. JarvlH, of Austin Minn., nnd Mr. HarVey I. Lundy, son of Mr. J and Mrs. Silos O. Lundy of Esthervlllo, was solomnlzod Sunday u( 4 p. ni. at Iho Mi' church in Austin, Minn. The Rev. William J. Campbell officiated at tl)(i double-ring ceremony. The church was decorated with bouquets of peonies and white asters, ])alms and candelabra. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Mae Wells of Austin, pianist, and Alan Horsleff of Grauttingor, irololst, who .s.Tng "1 Love Thi •" and "The Lord'.f Prjiyei." The t)ridr, given In mnrrlage by her fathi'r, wore a gown of /lylnn marfiui.ietle with sritin I'ttii I 'iiii collar and cummerbund. Ilcr vci! of Illusion net fell from n liarn of seed pearl.M. She carried Ji bouiiurl of white carnations and taimci inc roses with sprays of ivy. * Miss Jennetle Jarvls, slstci (;f the bride, attended her as maul of honor. She wore a (\tvnn of ;, MIMI embossed organdy and cariii-d .i colonial bouquet of yellow caipu- tlons and roaes with sprays of ivy. Brldcathald was Jean Sih- wanke who worn a dress of ycllcw embossed organdy nnd carried a colonial bouquet of yellow carnations and roses with sprays ol jvy. Cheryl Turnacllff. cousin of tl ;'i bride, was flower girl. .She won- while organdy and catrled a colonial bouquet of pink flowers. The bridegroom was attended by his brothers, Paul Lundy of North- Held OS best man and Donald Lundy of Esthc?rvllle as groomtinKin. Ushers were Kenneth J.•)rvi.^ of Esthcrviile, brother of the hruh-. and Sherman Gunderson of VVall- Ingford. All men in the bridal paity had white carnation bnutcnnicrcs. Mrs. Jarvls chose for her daugl- tcr'a wedding a rose colored dress with na\'>" blue uccctsories and Mrs. Lundy wore a navy blue .thtcr dress. Both had gardenia "sli"uld<'r corsages. A reception was held in tiie church parlors immediately after tJie ceremony, with approximately 1!iO guests in attendance. Miss Wells provided piano music during U -.i- reception. The lace covered reception table was centered by a floral arrangement of mixed flowers, flanked by candles. A four tiered wedding cake also graced the table. Mrs, Lundy chose a suit of light green and a corsage of roses cen tered with an orchid n.s a going awny costume. After n weddinj.- trip to northern Minnesota tho young couple will he at home on -a farm near Esthervlllo. The bride Is a graduate of I OW.T State Teachers college and taught last year In tho Armstrong hi'-sh school. The bridegroom Is a graduate nf St. Olaf's college at Northfield, Minn., and received his M-A. at tlic University of Wisconsin. Car Crash Fatal To Carroll Farmer Carroll, la., i /l 't Clarence KrauK, 26, farmer near Carroll, die<l at a hospital yesterday of injuries suffered Thuniday when his car crashed into a concrete bridge on highway 71 south of Carroll. Kraus, a. World War TI veteran, Is survived hy h*ls widow and two sons and his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Kraus of near Carroll. Euneral will be Wednesday at Roselle in Carroll county. Klghl {'oiiplcs Compi'tf in Two-IJall I'Vilirsonic. Eight couples enjoyed n two ball four .sonie yi.-ilerilay afternoon nt the lO.slliervJllc (!oir and Coimlry (lull. The event w)i.s in the nature of a handicap lotirnamcnt. Mr. and Mr.'*. Wayne Hp .Ttildlng coppe/1 honnis as they emerged from the round with a net score of 39 aftei- shooting n 51 with a handicap of 12, Mr. and .Mrs. James Morrison were second with 55-16 •10; and .Mr. and Mrs. Oiris Warrington were third with IT-R 41. Other scores for the afternoon were in orilcr. .\Ir. and Mrs. Harmon Veldy, m-n -A2: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomp.son, ,'58-15 43; Mr. and Mrs. Ocemer Lcc, 48-5 43; Mrs. Howard ITcidkc and Rav Agard. 6214-48; and .Mr. nnd .\ri«. "Bud" Hamilton. 7(1-24- .VJ. * Nowlwe<ls Eiitorlalncd At Kriilal Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. MaucU entertained at a bridal dinner Saturday evening In honor of thidr niece Alice I'llsenliowcr and George Moeckly of Des .Moines, who were married yesterday at the riiri.i- tlan church. The event wns n lawn party with the dinner served as a .smorgasbord, featuring hak'-d ham, [lotnto salad and hors d'oeuvre. The gucst .<5 included the bride and bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elsenhower, Mr. .and Mr-<<. Eldon Sabin, Mr. and -Mrs. John Monahan, Mr. and Mrs. Au.stin Graybeal, Mr. and .Mr.s. Floyd Moockly, and Verdnc Sawyer, all of De .i Moines; Mrs. Elmer C. Jackson, Mrs. Robert E. Jackson of Kansas City, Rio.; Charles Jackson and the host and hostesn. Following the dinner, the wedding rehearsal wns held. Ijnter In the evening the wedding party, relatives nnd friends were entertained nt a cocktail party at the Mnuek residence. To Select Typical GI Farm Family Des Moines (/Pi-Thc Iowa Stale Fair's annual contcHl to pick th state's typical Gl f.irm family will be held Aug. 26-26 at the fair. Selection of county and nine dls trict winners wiil be Aug. 9, from candidates chosen by local American Legion posts through the state. District winners will compete in the finals at the fair. The winner and his wife will receive n trip to the International Livestock .ihow in Chicago this '.fall. GOOD/?EAR Events Calendar Tuesday Vant ri*«Idpiits of tho Denren of Honor 11:00 n. m. Meet nt the lake cotlnge of Mrs. Herman Sorum. Bring covered dish ano sandwiches. Dessert furnished, lour Mile LakR Club 2;00 p. m. At the home of Mrs. Raymond McConncll, Mra. George Mowry, nsBlntant hoKt- ess. Roll call. "July 4lh in my childhood." Midwtty Country CInb. 2:00 p. m. Meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Swan. Country Club Family Menle. 6:.'10 p. m. Mrs, Wnlyne Crim und Mrs. M. S. Nidlsen, cochairmen. Bring table' service nnd silver. nehekiUi I,odg«. 8:00 p. m. At the lOOF hall, Mrs. Ray Miller presiding. Refreshments. Wednesday HuntlufTton W.8.C..S. 2:00 p. m. Meets with Mrs. Knth- ryn Weller. Mrs. Kenneth Larson, assistant hostess. Thursday l.u'lleit nay at Oolf und Coimtry Club. 12:45 p. m. Luncheon, followed by bridge nnd golf. Hostesses, Mrs. James Kennedy nnd Mrs. Harry Bauman Jr. Service Star Lfiglnn. 8:S0 p. m. Annuol picnic nt .Riverside park. In case of rnln picnic will he eaten at city hall. Ice cream and drink furnished. Tho mineral cobalt derives its name from the Saxon Gorman word "kobOld," meaning goblin, because Soxon miners attempting to smelt It were poisoned by arsenical fumes glveti off by Heated cobalt- bearing ores. HKAKS UKIDE. Paul Neukom, 30, Fort Wayne, Ind., can't believe his I'ars at the sound of .sweeping from the broom of Peggy Perry, 19, Columbu.s, Ohio. Paul and Peggy, both blind, will wed in Fort Woync accompanied by their dogs given to them by the Pilot Guide Dcif Foundation. Dallas Police Run into Long And Short of It Dallas week a tlpstc told Dallas police about a midget who had an unusual number of child's toys. Vesterdny officers Jack Munn and Jack Smith arrested the foiir- I foot two-inch man in a roomlr.j house. His room looked like toy- land. Police said some of the toys were stolen earlier yesicrdoy from .i wholesale toy store here, : After the arrest the midget took the officers to another house where lie had stored other toys, including a small bicycle. The , 70-pound midget readil.v; showed police his t^.vs'but wpujdnit ndtiilt Ihey were ^tojen. " ' . , Munn and Smith also made other arrest over the week end—a si >>r <&()t slx-inph.'burferar'.tho'y 'cati-^ gilt carrying six electric f^s from a warehouse. "This can't happen to me," said the big one. "This ain't April." He explained he had served tltree penitentiary sentences and "always before I've been caught and nont to the pen in April." Esthcrviile, Iowa, Dally News Mo»., June 80, 1962 _ 2 G. O. P.— Continued from paije 1 kosh. Wis., he said ho feels Truman would become a candldstxi to save Iho party from an unacceptable nominee. He added: "I do not think ho will run because I nm positive we democrats will nominate the right candidate." Sen. Robert Kerr of Oklahoma told a news conference at Salt Lake City noliody would get the required majority ~ 616 of 1,230 delegate votes—on the ballot at the convention. Kerr predicted he would win on a later ballot. The Associated Press scoreshcet for democrats shows Kofauver ahead with 251'4 delegates. Russell Is next with 135V1:, followed by Harrlman's 99H'. Kerr has 38'L-. Jleco\exs His $2.50 Keokuk, la. /P—Earl Whitchill, Cedar Rapids, 'forViier American league pitcher, was .$250 richer yesterday after a passerby found his coat with a check for that amount still In the pocket which had been stolen from WbitehlH's car here last Friday, The Azores island in the Atlantic Ocean are sometimes linked poetically to the fabulous "lost continent of Atlantis," tho legendary land that Arabian geographers discovered only in medie\til writlnfrs. Appearance of -feypsles in, Ettrope cannot be traced farther biick than the 14th Century. Whole wheat flour does not keej. as well as white. 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