Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming on November 13, 1945 · 6
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CASPER. WYO Tuesday, November 13. 194S Pag Six TTIE HARPER TRIBUNE -TTEUATD ftii Social DJ 10 Frances Seelt Webb 13 Church Wedding Followed By Home Reception Here Bridal Couple Come to Casper for Their Marriage The little chapel of the First Presbyterian church was the scene of a pretty wedding Tuesday evening, Nov. 6 at 8 o'clock, with the Rev. W. W. Kirby officiating at the single ring ceremony. The altar with its white cross and white chrysanthemums flanked by floor baskets of 'bronze chrysanthemums and candelabra holding burning tapers, formed an effective background for groom, is the youngest son of Mr. the ceremony which united Miss Alice Claire Loudin and Melvin A. Goetting. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Edna Stowe Thomas played "O, Prom ise Mp" and I Love you lruiy. as well as the Lohengrin wedding march as the bride approached the anar. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Loudin of Ta-coma. Wash., where she attended school. She held the position of secretary to the Post Adjutant at Fort Lewis, later accepting the post of secretary to the chief of miscellaneous tax division of internal revenue in Tacoma. The bride was smartly gowned In a frock of gold wool made in the modern draped style with cap sleeves. A brown feather calot, long brown gloves and other accessories In matching shades completed her costume. She wore as a corsage two large brown orchids and carried the small gold Bible which had been carried by her bridegroom throughout the more than three years of his service overseas. Melvin A. Goetting, the bride- Wcnien do you suffer SIMPLE iiliil Due to Loss of E!ocd-Iron? You girls who suffer from simple anemia or who lose so mucb during monthly periods you leel tired, weak, "dragged out" this may be due to low Dlood-tron o try Lydla E. Ptnkham's TABLETS at once. Pinkham's Tablet3 are one of the very best home ways to help build up red blood to give more strength and energy in such cases. Flnltham's Tablets are one of the greatest blood-Iron tonics you can buy I Follow label directions. LjffiiLPiBttam'sTAGMsYSi and Mrs. C. E. Goetting of Okla homa City, Okla. Entering the service in 1941. he took basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and took overseas training at McCord Field. In 1942 he was sent to the Aleutian Islands where he spent 32 months, being in action there during the entire Aleutian campaign. In 1944. after spending his furlough visiting in Casper, he sailed for the Pacific theater where he saw action on Okinawa. He was with the 813th Engineers, Aviation battalion with the rating or sergeant. He later became identified with the 20th bomber command. He received his discharge in October. 1945. at Leavenworth. Kans. He served in all 38 months overseas. Before entering the service he was employed at Monter Field, Engineering department, Bakersfield, Calif. Mrs. Dee Baker, sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's only attendant; as matron of honor she wore an afternoon dress of black crepe with matching accessories and a corsage oi rea ana wuue cammas. Mr. Baker served the bridegroom as his best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Baker of 1809 South Cedar street. Receiving with the LISTEN TO THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING ON THE AIR STATION KDFN Wednesday at 6:05 P. M. in alphabet and floral dresses! 3 to The "alpha-, bet" Cinderella of blue-'n-white candy stripe pique. Shantung sleeves, tool j t VHDtULl4.t '-e. You've heard about the "Magic Touch" of Cin derella Frocks! Here it is again with the jolliest styles of holiday time. An "alphabet" frock for little students T175 OTHER STYLES FROM. 81.98 to S3.93 SIZES 2 to 6 and 7 to 12 DRY GOODS CO. 137 East Second St. Phone 270 Let's Finish the Job Subscribe to the Victory Loan WE ISSUE "E" BONDS WHILE YOU WAIT 1 it J. ?r . ft- i. - , - - k t Y:4 t i ft" . Vr . ' V5j; V. 4 r ii . 1 Roundup Club Very Active (iroup The Roundup club met at the Ed-enfield stable Sunday at 1:30 o'clock for their regular Sunday ride. Georpe Campbell, guest, led the ride with Mrs. Fred Holland assisting. The destination of this ride was the Charles Daugherty home on the Salt Creek highway, where delightful refreshments were served bv Mr. and Mrs. Daugherty and George Campbell. Following the ride the usual no-host dinner was held at the Officers' club in the Townsend hotel. Members participating in the day's activities were: Mr. and Mrs. Doonie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Helea, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. George Forster. Grace Jones. Mrs. Rock Perdue, Clark Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hubbard. Guests were Mr.- and Mrs. Harry Sagcr, George Campbell, Boyd Sims, Don Morrison. Don Wickencamp, Betty Allcnberg and Mr. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Grishaber have j charge of the activities during the month of November and are making interesting plans for the Thursday night and Sunday afternoon rides. The reguffir monthly business meeting of the Roundup club will be held at the Townsend hotel Wednesday evenimr, the 14th, at 8:00 P. M. All members are urged to attend. Jaycees Entertain For Visitors On Sunday afternoon. Nov. 11, the Casper Jayccans were hostesses to the wives of the out-of-town Jaycees. who were in Casper for the state board meeting, at a dinner served in the Supreme Chicken Shack. Don Offilbce Will Speak at Dinner Don ORilboc will give a talk on i Alton More Director Of Koot and Spur Club fin Frifinv pvprdn? Cant. Clar.i "International Spheres of Influ- j rjaab pmided over the; re?ular bnsi-ence' at the dinner mectina: of thetm.ss meeting of the Boot and Spur uu' riuHHiai tvumcii riK ft , iiiui liic the ride in the 1 :Sh fKIBITSL UAM A 1)3 club on Thursday evening, Nov. 15, at 6: JO oclocK. Miss Jane Patterson, chairman of the International Relations committee, will preside, and with her committee, has made arrangements for the meeting. Mr. Ogilbee will give highlights on the present fituation over the globe with respect to the international aspects of our present day world. Reservations are to be made with Miss Opal Hollembeck this evening. Phone 2279-W. . Informal Party Celebrates Birthday MR. AND MRS. MELVIN GOETTING as they cut their wedding cake following their marriase Tuesday evening, Nov. 6. Mr. Goetting is a brother of Mrs. Dee Baker, and the reception was htl.l at the Baker home here. The Goettings will make their future home in Bakersfield, Calif. (Photo by Loomis.) armory. It was voted to enrage Alton More as instructor, and director of club ridins this winter. Instruction to begin tonicht. Mr. More is well qualified to give military instruction as he was Ion? a member of Headquarters Troo;). 115th Cavalry. Wyoming National Guard, and as such had instruction under Sergeant mow cantair.i Nelson. Johnny Peters inow'a major in service), and under Lt. (now colonel) Les Parsons after his return from study at Fort Riley. Mr. More was a member of the team which gave such a fine cxhibi- 3i So 1.1 -, A hamburger buffet was given onition of jumping in the 1940 Boot Saturday, Nov. 10th. by Arlene ; and Spur Club show, this exhibition Erickson at her home, 145 North being over a modified Olvmois Jackson, in honor of her 16th birth- course of eight hurdles. He had a day. (spectacular success in competition ; The invited guests were: Barbara ! in that show too, in that with his j Arrasmith. Shirley Brunk. Jean Cal-j skillful horsemanship he rode a sec- ; lister, Ruth Dcdlow, Jo Eva Fritts, ' ond best troop horse. Rowdy, to win Mary Knittle, Collette Lamoureux Celeste Lavin, Carlotta Osbourn Patsy Sutton. Mary Alice White, Vivian Wilson and the hostess. Presbvlerian Women Will Meet Thursday The divisional meetings of the Women's association of the First Presbyterian church on Thursday, Nov. 15. will be as follows: Division 1 with" Mrs. George Blatt of 1418 Bonnie Brae for a 1:15 o'clock luncheon. the blue ribbon and cup in htoh I hurdles over the more highly thought of horses. Fox and Rock- 1 man. And in the fall of that year, in ' a steeplechase at the Country club, ' Mr. More asain rode Rowdy to vie- : torv over Fox. Recently released from military service. Mr. More returned from the 1 European theater at the conclusion of more than two years of active ' service as a paratrooper. Upon his return to Casper Mr. Mere brought his wife and two-year-old daughter. Janet Sue. nnd they make their Division i win meet wnn Mrs.,i,nmi, af vQtt vth strict W. O. Hart of 320 South Elk street After "ari'ffrnmrnt r,t thp'nwf for a 1:15 o'clock lunchcoiv Division 3 will meet with Mrs. A. E. Chandler of 405 East 12th street for a 1:15 o'clock dessert luncheon. ing Captain Raab served delicious relrehments in celebration of her birthday. T-i-,: I A ...ill . ! filttliUili lilt iUttUUK ' ' v 1 .1. R"ltn" AI1.1 JTlrcL 1ih "Ls: J. M. Mclntire. Mrs. W G. Corbitt. 5 7 F. N. Sanford at 714 South Grant bridal couple were Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Mrs. E. T. Pummill and Mrs. David Gruver. The decorated, tiered wedding cake centered the refreshment table, where pink and blue sweet peas and matching tapers were used effectively by the hostess. Guests invited to the ceremony and wedding reception included Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Matt, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Harnden, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Moore and son Claire. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pummill and daughter Linda, Mrs. David Gruver, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fuller, Neal Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Kush. Mr, and Mrs. Rov Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly WTalsh and son John. Mrs. James Walsh, .the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Goetting will make their home in Bakersfield. Calif. The bride's going-away outfit is a winter suit of moss green wool with I corned. accessories of brown. the dinner was Mrs. Martin Hermes her committee was composed of Mrs. Matt Grishaber, Mrs. Bernard Blakely and Mrs. Harry Ritzman. The tables were beautifully decor- ; ated with fall centerpieces of love-i ly colors whicli were donated by Mrs. H. E. Dailey or the Dailcy sta-Miss Jill Hoff. who gave a most ! tionery. Entertainment presented interesting and educational paper ! consisted of several of the pupils on "Color Psychology." Miss Hoff of Mrs. Bainbrich's dancing classes brought to the attention of all the and three very clever readings giv-impdrtance of proper colors in re- . en by Harrison Brewer, lation to health and to proper home ' Mrs. Guy Engel. present of the hplCasDer Javceans. presided as toast- mraning and reaction of different mistress for the afternoon. The door j colors in regard to clothes, proner prize. men -was uonaieu uy maldigestion, etc. Mrs. Hershelman in- j tin Hermes, of the Gamble Stores, troduced Miss Jean Shafcnburg who ! was won by Mrs. Edward Pratt of cave an interesting talk on "Uphol-! Casper. Mrs. Ray Forster of Chey-stered Furniture," how to select va-enne. formerly the secretary of the rious articles in relation to it. ; Casper Jayceans. was presented a Mrs. H. B: Markham closed the Rift by the club in appreciation for program bv issuing subjects to the the work she did during the past members for the next meeting. Chairman of the committee forislrPct for a 1:15 o'clock luncheon. Division 5 will meet with Mrs. W. W. Arrasmith of 321 East 1 1th street Mrs. Fred Holland. Mrs. Darrel Myers. Mrs. Rock Perdue and Mrs. Russell Schulte. for a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon. ".V" eXeNmT Mrs. Bayard Wilson, assistant host-1 set S'SiraclS 5S -SS. r frt- uri-. New members Include the Misses Phvllis Barrett. Nancy Doherty. Marilvn Gutz. Corrine Jones. Betty Mitchell. Maxine Nelson. Virginia Rose, Florence Studer. Marge Tobias and Mrs. Evelyn Jones. Mrs. Mary Margaret Kirby, affiliated with the chapter of Butte, Mont., was introduced and wel- Sorority Chapter Holds Meeting , The Alpha Gamma chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met Monday evening. November 12, at the Woman's club house. Miss Peggy Tobin, president, presided over the model meeting and welcomed the ten new members who will be formally pledged within the next three weeks. Each new girl was given a ribbon of the sorority colors, pinned on by Mrs. Ruth Markham, sponsor. Plans were discussed under the direction of Miss Jean Shafenburg, chairman of the ways and means committee, for the holdfng of the annual apron sale the first part of December. The social chairman. Miss Marilyn j Miller, requested her committee to present plans at the next meeting for a combination initiating and pledging party. Miss Lois Killham, who recently announced her engagement and ap- proachine marriage to Paxton Wilson. ACMM. USN, passed the candy, a traditional ceremony, and invited each member to her wedding and reception. The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. Ruth Markham, who! explained to the new girls the club's study for the year. "Research On i Individual Interior Decoration," and gave a brief resume of the program plans for the balance of the 1 year. Mrs. W. L. Hershelman. pro- I gram chairman for this particular j meeting, gave a short introductory i talk on interior decorating and its relation to society. She introduced Members present Included the Misses Margaret Beaton. Lois Clare, Jill Hoff. Lois Killham. Marilyn Miller. Vera Perkins, Evelyn Hawks, Jean Shaffenberg. Dolly Studer. Frances Sweenev. Peggy Tobin. and the Mesdames W. L. Hershelman, Stanley Maurer. H. B. Markham. Sam McBride. Travis Moore. M. M. Myer, Jr., and James Walsh. www Party and Shower to Honor Miss Killham Miss Lois Killham. whose mar-riaee to Paxton Wilson. ACMM. U.S.N., will take place Nov. 24. will be the honored guest Wednesday evening when her bridesmaid. Mrs. John Zarlengo will entertain her. The atfair is to be an informal evening party at the Hotel Town-send and will be a miscellaneous shower. year in connection with the club. Among those present were the Mrs. Alva Maahs, Ward King, Jr., B. M. Showalter, John Cruse. W. F. LeBaron. B. O. Jackson. O. E. Bunnell. Bob Keefe and Ray Forster from out of town, and the Mrs. Jack Carnes. Claude Rogers. W. M. Schlichtine. Bob Hines. Bud Losey. Ed Pratt. Bob Latta. Wallace Ches-bro, M. G. Roush, B. Wayne Maxon, Doonie Brown. Louis Hoadley. Ralph Lanev. Joe Mead. Carl Horstman. Louis Keefe. John Jourgensen. H. E. j Dailey, Matt Grishaber. Guy Engle, Harry Ritzman, Martin Hermes, Bernard Blakely and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Brewer. Needlework Group Hold Meeting Mrs. Minnie Ross entertained the members of her sewing club at j luncheon recently at her home on t North Kimball street. The afternoon was spent with needlework. A special guest was Mrs. Theresa Wega, and others present were Mrs. L. R. Burkhart, Mrs. O. W. Morgan. Mrs. Joe. Gibson. Mrs. Lewis Barker, Mrs. Edna Rhodes, who will entertain the M. and I club at her home, 304 North Beech street, Nov. 26. Division 6 will meet with Mrs. O. L. House of 1142 South Ash street, for a 1:15 o'clock luncheon. Division 7 will meet with Mrs. Grace McCormick at her Black-more apartments for a 1:15 o'clock luncheon. Division 8 will meet with Mrs. Le- roy Monday of 745 North Grant' street for a 1:30 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. John Masek. assistant hostess. Luncheon and Church Day The regular luncheon and church day will be held on Thursday beginning at 12 o'clock, by the Women's Society of Christian Service at the Methodist church. Group 7 will be the hostesses and Mrs. H. B. Durham will have devotionals while Mrs. C. E. Hsrdesty will give the highlights of her recent trip to Chicago. For reservations' phone Mrs. E. T. Ostlind at 1967. Marilvn Miller. Miss Bettv Ellen- berg and Miss Persis Gcodard. ChrL-topher Columbus became a sailor at the age of 14. It must give ttie right support fcrCharis J .-TV wnn't Pt fl VII iwt you fUSONAUIED CORSCTRT HASSOCKS! 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