Mexico Ledger from Mexico, Missouri on September 15, 1977 · Page 10
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Mexico Ledger from Mexico, Missouri · Page 10

Mexico, Missouri
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Thursday, September 15, 1977
Page 10
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Page 10—MEXICO, Mo., LEDGER—Thurs., Sept. IS, 1977 Miss Kiser Bride Of David Luebbert Miss Melody Lee Kiser, daughter of Mrs. Martha Harris of Mexico and the late Carl Kiser, and David Louis Luebbert of Benton City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Luebbert of Fulton, were married Sept. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the couple's new home, Route 1, Benton City. The Rev. George B. Wraith, pastor of the First Christian Church in Mexico, performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride wore a floor length dress of ivory chiffon. The bodice featured a gathered waistline tied with an inserted belt and open neckline. The long sleeves were cuffed at the wrist and trimmed with sheer lace. Her headpiece and nosegay arrangements were of white daisies, butterscotch daisies, green tipped carnations, stephanotis, baby's breath and greenery. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Kallie) Kirchberg of Michigan. A reception followed the ceremony at the home. Flower arrangements consisting of butterscotch daisies, stephanotis, green tipped carnations, yellow daisies and baby's breath provided decorations at the reception. The bride's table held a three tier wedding cake decorated in yellow and green. Servers were Mrs. Kirchberg, mother of the groom, Mrs. I.ouis Fischer of Jefferson City, grandmother of the groom, and Mrs. Tate Smith. The bride is a graduate of Mexico High School, and the groom is a graduate of Fulton High School. He works at Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Mexico. They are residing at Route 1, Benton City. Miss Fishburn, Mr. Murphy Exchange Vows During Double-Ring Ceremony CB Club Plans For Wiener Roast Members of the Little Dixie CB Club met Monday evening at the Farm and Home Building and made plans for the Sept 26 social at Plunkett Park. The social will be a wiener roast beginning at 7 p.m. Members are to bring a covered dish and own service. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kemp, W.A. Davis, Tim Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rutherford, Dennis Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pruessner, John Jesse, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Amos, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Worley and grandson, Kerry Worley, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Boles, Mr. and Mrs Roy Seale and Lisa, Mrs. Robert Miller and Douglas Tratchel. The next business meeting will be Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Farm and Home Building. Mr. and Mrs. David Louis Luebbert (Photo By Dean Patrick Photography) Women's Club Has First Meet Of Year, Plan Fashion Show Amigos Meet Held For PWP Members An Amigos meeting was held recently by members of the Parents Without Partners organization at the home of Charles Thomas. Amigos means friends in Spanish and the meeting held for prospective members or new members, was to acquaint them with the present members and the organization. Guests were Mrs. Atheleen Welch, Raymond Hake, Dale Walker, Mrs. Pat Riechers, Mrs. Mary Houck, Jim Foster and Mrs. Alice Carver. Mrs. Rosalea Sydenstricker was a guest from the Joplin chapter. Later in the week members had a coffee and card playing party at the home of Jim Holtcamp with 28 attending. The first meeting of the 197778 year for members of the Mexico Women's Club opened Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ray Wilbers with Mrs. Larry Hynes serving as co- hostess. Mrs. Alan Atkins, president, called the meeting to order and Mrs. Robert Fenlon gave the devotion. Those giving reports were Mrs. Richard Brown, Mrs. Raymond Wilbers, Mrs. Louis Leonatti and Mrs. Robert Marty. Announcements included a guest speaker, Bob Cusick, for the October meeting at the home of Mrs. Larry Wagner. Mrs. Donald Daut head of the gerontology committee, announced that those visiting Coldwell Nursing Home for the month were to be Mrs. Hynes, Mrs. Andy Runge, and Mrs. John Houston. Mrs. Joe Jacobi, art chairman, reported that 60 photography prints were on display at the library. Members discussed plans for a spring fashion show to be open to the public. Miss Vicki Fishburn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Orville Fishburn, became the bride of Timothy Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Riley all of Mexico, Sept. 3 at 10 a.m. at the St. Brendan's Catholic Church in Mexico. The Rev. Arthur Mersinger, church pastor, performed the double-ring ceremony before an altar decorated with two candelabra entwined with greenery and daisies highlighted with white bows. The family pews were marked with white wedding bells and streamers. The bride wore a floor length gown of bridal satin. The bodice had a scooped neckline with a high inset lace collar and sleeves with satin cuffs. The neckline, bishop sleeves and front of the bodice were trimmed with lace. The full skirt flowed into a train. The bride's finger-tip veil was of bridal illusion edged with lace matching the dress. The veil also had a blusher trimmed with lace. The bridal dress and attendants dresses were made by Mrs. Sandy Allen, Mrs. Mary Meeks and Miss Tamra Johnson. The bride carried a bouquet of daisies, carnations and baby's breath tied with white satin ribbons. Mrs. Kathy Kuda of Laddonia, sister of the groom, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Marcia Paden and Mrs. Bridget Smith, both of Mexico. They wore blue and lavender dresses and carried nosegays of yellow and lavender daisies. Flower girl was Robin Fishburn of Auxvasse, cousin of the bride, and ringbearer was Marty Kuda, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuda of Laddonia. Candlelighters were Miss Susan Riley of New Franklin, sister of the groom, and Miss Karen Fishburn of Mexico, sister of the bride. Best man was Howard Kuda of Laddonia and Greg Greening and Steve Goshorn, both of Laddonia, were groomsmen. Seating guests were Steven Smith of Mexico and Bill Wieschhaus of Martins burg. Wedding music was provided by Miss Melanie Monk of Mexico. A reception followed at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The bride's table held a five-tier wedding cake decorated in yellow and lavender. It was Why it makes sense to carry checking account protection. It's called Checking Plus. And it can protect you from overdrafts on your checking account, while it provides you with a cash cushion, ready when you need it. It's a simple way of using your Commerce Bank "Master Charge" or "Visa" account to guarantee payment for the checks you write up to your available credit limit. Or to lend you money for those pre-payday emergencies. Get in touch with your Commerce banker to sign up for Checking Plus. It's a better way to manage your money, from Commerce. What can we do for you? Commerce Bank of Mexico MEMBER FDIC MAIN BANK 501 West Jackson 581-6100 MOTOR BANK 1015E. Liberty DOWN TOWN 100 West Jackson baked and decorated by Mrs. Delmar Hawkins of Mexico who also served along with Mrs. Meeks and Mrs. Estella Stuart all of Mexico. Miss Tamra Johnson attended the gift table and guest book. The bride is a 1977 graduate of Mexico High School and works at the TG and Y Store in Mexico. The groom, a 1976 graduate of Community R-6 School, is employed by the A.B. Chance Co. in Centralia. They live at Route 2, Mexico. Over 100 Attend Reunion Howard Mongler was elected president of the annual Doebelin reunion held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Mongler of Route 5. More than 100 relatives attended the basket dinner at noon. Mr. Mongler succeeds Curtis Doebelin who was in charge of the business meeting. Fred L. Doebelin was given a gift as the oldest person present, 95; Patrick D. Sublette as the youngest, 18 days old; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doebelin married the longest, 61 years; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Chancy most recently married, 3M> months; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kroencke traveling the farthest of Charlotte, N.C. and Mr. and Mrs. William Deichman who were celebrating their 39th wedding today. It was decided to have next year's reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Deichman on Sept. 10. Other officers elected were William Doebelin, vice- president; Mrs. George Doebelin, secretary; and Mrs. Ralph Lierheimer, treasurer. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mongler, Marsha and Rhonda; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dunlap, Terry and Geoffrey; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lierheimer; Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Hesterberg; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Groves; Mrs. Velma Graf; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mongler, Kelly McHatton; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Staples, Gwynna Jo, Heidi and Elizabeth; Mrs. Lydia Schutte,; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Doedli and Dwayne; Mrs.Lyllis Mongler, Mrs. Delia Luhr; Mr. and Mrs. Rickey Mongler, Eric and Kari; Mr. and Mrs. James Baker; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Frances, Bill Baker; Miss Marcia Paden; Mrs. Speed Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carr; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graf, Mike, Janet, and Kenneth; Mr. and Mrs. William Pulis; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Chancy; Mrs. Elizabeth Flynn; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doebelin; and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mongler and Carl III all of Mexico. Gred Doebelin; Mr. and Mrs. George Doebelin; Mr. and Mrs. David Sublette and Patrick; Mr. and Mrs. William Doebelin; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doebelin and Stephanie; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Butler, Larry Joe and David; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mollet; Ray Mollet of Rush Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Yates, Tina, Dale and Jason;Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mongler and Darin of Moberly;Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Deichman, Bob and Bill of Wellsville; Mr. and Mrs. William Deichman of Laddonia; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sinnett, Matt and Sam of Jefferson City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mongler; Mr. and Mrs. Delno Jones and Jadeana of Centralia; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Doebelin and Travis of Columbia; and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kroenecke of Charlotte, N.C. THE Captains Quarters Now Open for Business!! Hair Styling for Men & Women Evening Appointments Available. Hair Cutting & Air Styling CALL NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT 449-2629 Ray Haines The Captains Quarters 25 North 10th Street Columbia, Missouri WAL-MART Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Chester Avery Averys To Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary LADDONIA—Mr. and Mrs. Chester Avery of Laddonia will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday from2 to 4 p.m. at the home of their son, Delbert Avery of Laddonia. Hosting the event will be Mr. and Mrs. Avery, and two grandchildren, Robert Avery of Columbia and Mrs. Janet Brower of Bellflower. Aline Groves and Chester Avery were married Sept. 17, 1927, at the Mexico United Methodist Church with the Rev. F. C. Tucker performing the ceremony. Attendants were Miss Irene Workes and the late Robert Workes, sister and brother-in-law. The couple has lived in Laddonia for 42 years. Mr. Dr. Helen A. Rohweder, D.O. 312 W.Jackson 581-3380 I have returned from my trip and I am now taking appointments. Avery worked for the G.M. • and 0. Railroad since 1923 retiring in 1970 and Mrs. Avery was at one time employed by Florsheim. All friends and relatives are invited to the open house Bethel Women Meet Guests attending tfie recent meeting of the Bethel United Methodist Women were the Rev. Bruce Mitchell, Mrs. Emil Hubert and Mrs. Elon Dudley. Mr. L.L. Dean was hostess and gave the devotion, Mrs. Mitchell reviewed the book, "You Can Have Joy," and Mrs. Cloyd Dingman presided Mrs. Walter Petersen reported on the donation to the Dystrophy Fund and a memorial was made in memory of Mrs. 1.0. Donaldson. Others there were Miss Mary Bradley, Miss Clara Sweitzer, Mrs. Loran Gibbs, Mrs. Robert Erickson and Mrs. George Bown. EAST SIDE OF VILLAGE SQUARE 9-5Mon.-Sat. 9-8:30 On Fridays I BRAND NEW ITEM PANTIES -PLUS Any Insulated PANTIES & HOSE $J,39pr. /'/ perfect South Trails Shopping Center BANK ODen9-9Mon.-Sat.

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