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The Muscatine Journal from Muscatine, Iowa • Page 7

Muscatine, Iowa
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i i 1. 1,1,1.1 I JMII-1H MM 1 Muscatine, journal June 14, 1966 Engagement of Joleen Opel, Roy Schnedler Is Announced p- Women's i J. Garden Club Has Panel I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Opel, 709 Mulberry, announce the engagement of their JoLeen, to 'Roy Schnedler; son of Mr.

an4 Mrs. Kenneth Schnedler, E. Ninth, -i i. 1-- 1 III) 'it I I ram Iliss Opel is a graduate of Miss Nelson Is Bride Of Mr. Langstaff WAPELLO 4 The First Methodist church at: Wapello was the scene of a double ring wedding ceremony uniting in holy matrimony Miss Gerrie Jo Nelson and Craig Langstaff Friday, June 10 at 7 p.m.

Rev. Robert Dodder officiated at the candlelight ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert R.

Sands, Wapello; land Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Langstaff, Wapello. Mrs. John Morrison was at the organ.

Don Boulton and Larry Bumgafdner were the Milscatine High and plans to -attend beauty school-! She is now employed at Wards. Mr. Schnedler is a graduate of Muscatine High' and will soon enter the Navy. He is now employed at Figg Aluminum. No date has been set for the Bridal Shower Given Honoring Barbara Lewis Miss Barbara Lewis, whose marriage to Craig Hjelie will take place June1 25, was honored at a bridal shower Saturday) afternoon at the YWCA.

Hostesses were the Mes-dames Kathleen Gardner, George Harmon, John Kroohs, WilUam Kepke, John Lemaster and Eugene Rock. Games were played with prizes going; to Mrs: Fred Hank, Mrs. Lisle Wilson, Mrs. Russell McLaughlin, Mrs. Ernmett Barnes, Mrs.

Cyril Reynolds, Miss Barbara Heuer, Miss Cyndy Wilson and! Miss Christine Wilson. The door prize was won by Mrs. Garridge iBilHll-- LINDA REXROTH 1 I wedding as yet. JoLEEN OPEL 'Jackson. I Decorations featured the Room -For More Girls On YW West "Branch Tour 1 The YWCA still has some places on the bus for girls who would like to take the trip to West Branch Friday June 17.

bride-elect's chosen colors of MRS. MANLEY SARNOWSKY (Bamford Photft) mint, maize and apricot. Refreshments were served to the Linda Rex roth Attending Hair Styling School Miss iinda Rexroth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rayniond Rexroth, 717 E.

is attending Stewarts School of Hair Styling at Davenport. Her address is Miss Linda Rexroth, Route 41, Lend-A-Harid club; Davenport, Iowa, 52808. '45 guests; and the honoree Double Ring'Ceremorjy Unites Ma ry A 1 1 en Ma I ey Sa mows ky Bridal Shower Given Honoring fJoan Jewett I -v miscellaneous shower was held Monday evening at the Pleasant Prairie Presbyterian church honoring Miss Joan Jwett who will; become the bide of Wayne Martin, June 25) A program was! presented including the Wedding March played by Mrs. Leslie Christiansen; a reading by Mrs. Jerry Lichtenwald; piano solo by Carol Schroeder arid vocal solos by Carol Ann Wetzel.

The bride-elect's colors of mint and! yellow were featured in the decorations. Lunch was, served to the .70 CONES VILLE Miss Mary A reception for 150 guests Lou Allen and Manley Wayne, was-held irf the church parlor Sarnowsky were married Sun The bus will leave the YW at 9:30 a. m. and return in time for the afternoon plunge at 2:30. The girls- are to bring a sack lunch and money to buy their noon Registration slips are available at the YW.

These must be signed by parents and returned by Wednesday, June candlelighters. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a iwo piece blue lace suit; a small circular veil on a satin crown; and carried blue shasta daisies. Judy Rosauer was maid of honor. She wore a yellow dress with white lace trim, and "her flowers were" daisies. Jan Stineman performed the duties of best Serving as ushers were Don Boulton and Larry Bumgardner.

A reception jwas -held in fel-" lowship hall following the ceremony. Linda JTillman cut the cake, Sherry Fry served punch, and Anita! Webb poured coffee. I Anita Langstaff, sister of the bridegroom, presided at the guest book. Janet Grim, Diana Stineman and, Sue Havenhill assisted with the gifts. The newlyweds are residing at Wapello, Mrs.

Langstaff is a graduate of Wapelli Community schools. Mr. Langstaff, also a graduate of Wapello Community schools, is employed at Home-O-Nize. day, June 12 at 4 p. m.

at the -Columbus Junction Methodist Preserers Wit opened her gifts, Sandra Gilfoyle In Women's Engineer Group Sandra 893 Leroy, Muscatine, has recently been initiated into the; Society of Women Engineers: at the University of Missouri at A national organization established in 1952, the Society of Women Engineers lists among its objectives the informing of the public of the availability of qualified women for the fostering of a favorite attitude in industry toward women engineers, and the encouragement of women to enter the: engineering field. Questions and Answers" was the theme of the Muscatine Garden Cjub meeting held at the library Monday afternoon at 1:30. The panel discussion was presented by Mrs. W. Ray Thompson on general gardening; Mrs.

George Henke, flowers, spring through fall; Mrs. Henry Sch-enkel, herbs; Mrs. C. H. Cornth-waite, roses; and Mrs.

Henry Rahlf i ornamental shrubs. The panel answered and discussed the questions presented by. the members. Everett Taylor, president, presided at the meeting attended by -36 members and two guests. Three new members were introduced.

They are: Mrs. J. M. (Roth, Mrs. Roy Hatcher and Mrs.

Miller. Mrs. Charles- Opel, civic chairman, announced that several plantings; have been made at the Laura; Musser Museum and Art Gallery. Mrs. Richard Strause reported on the flower show.

There were 161 adult entries in the show, two junior entries, and 102 guests registered. She also announced that the club has sent special thanks to the, Park Plaza Nursery for the American Heritage rose bush given as a doorprize at the flower show; Everett Taylor and Mrs. F. Tavener gave short reports on the-district meeting. The club voted to hostess one week at the Musser museum.

Miss Eleanor Boynton was in charge of registration, Mrs. Mabel Riggs was the hostess. Rose arrangements brought by Mrs. EicheSjer-ger and Mrs. George Gebhafdt.

Mrs. Irving Hurlbut announced the bus trip scheduled for June 30 with conducted tours at Nauvoo and Crapo park will leave at 8 a.m. from the American Legion home. Thirty-two have registered for the trip, The July meeting will include a picnic potluck at Weed park July 11... JA Ira Temples Will Note 25th Anniversary Mr.

and Mrs. Ira Temple, 1603 Hershey, will observe their silver wedding anniversary, Thursday, June 16. Vernal Babbitt and Ira Temple, Jr. were married at Kaho-ka, Moi by Rev. J.

B. Monroe, Methodist minister? 'I -r Put a baked pie shell in the freezer, then thaw and fill it as you need it. guests by the hostess commit tee. OPEN Put a small shoebag underneath the kitchen sink to hold- cleaning rags, brushes, rubber gloves, etc WEDNESDAY K. urn ALL DAY church.

Rev. 'Earl E. Josten officiated at tlte double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.

Gerald M. Allen, Conesville; and Mr. and Mrs. John Sarnowsky, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. White gladioli, blue carnations, ferns and candelabra decorated the church.

Mrs. B. O. Roundy of Columbus Junction was the organist and Mrs. Marion Smothers of Lone Tree, the vocalist.

Mr. Allen escorted his daughter down the aisle, She wore 'a "full; length gown of chantilly lace and crepe fashioned with an empire lace bodice, scalloped neckline accented with sequins, tapered sleeves extending to- points over the hands and a sheath skirt of crepe. Her floor length mantilla was of chantilly She carried a cascade arrangement of white roses and stephanotis. Joyce Johnson' Was maid I of 1 1 i 1 1 following the cerejpiony. Garden flowers were used in decoration.

Mrs. Loren T. Allen of Iowa City cut the Mrs. Gerry 1 1 Allen. of Conesville poured coffee; and Mrs.

Theodore M. Allen of Colo, was the hostess. are sisters-in-law of. the bride. Miss Iris Sarnowsky, sister of the served punch.

1. Miss Jill Cecil presided at the guest 'book. Mrs. Thomas Gip-ple, Ruth Forbes, -Mrs. Darlene Faler and Miss Carol Rich assisted with the gifts.

For traveling, the bride chose a turquoise suit with black patent.iaccessories. 'The newly-weds will reside at 113 27th Des Moines. hi" i Mrs. Sarnowsky Is a graduate of Drake University and will teach music at Mingo Community! schools. 1 Mr.

Sarnowsky is a student at Drake, University, of business" administration, He will be employed this summer as an accountant at John Deere at Des Moines. Out of town guests attended from Edmonton, Alberta; Sudbury, Ontario; Denver, Casper' Oregon and Warrensburg, 111. Des Moines, Story City, Yar- WEiMESIM FSHl0N 129-131 EAST SECOND STREET PRESENTS "ESPECIALLY FOR VOU" nonor. one wore a noor lengin gown of turquoise crepe styled with an empire bodice, and scooped neckline. Pam Meyers and Jan Alsup mi Van Meter, Anita, Win-Iowa City, Muscatine, terset, (That Means Our, Most Special People You, Our I Wonderful Customer) Nichols, Lone Columbus City and Columbus Junction, I i 1 i I I Iowa.

Wednesday I Only Look Whaf We Gof For You- Just Say I It! m- dressed identically to the honor attendant and all carried singly white roses. Ronald Sarnowsky performed the duties of best man for his brother. Charles Day and Donald Fletcher were the groomsmen. Seating the guests were TnA nrA A If you want your confection- "They are the parents of our VVVWWVVWVVVWVVVWVVVVWVVVVWIVVVVVVVVVVV ers sugar1 frosting to extral children: Mrs. Donald (Linda) Reg.

to 79 Yard creamy and rich, add plenty of Reg. to $1.98 Group of SUNSHINE RAIN COATS -SPRING COATS SUITS DRESSES -r SPORTSWEAR Savings Up fo 50 OFF Chapman, Muscatine; Stephen, with the army in Viet Nam; and Greg and Paul, at home. There is one grandchild, 1 Angela Chapman. butter-p- more than most recipes call for! But after a cake is frosted with this icing, refrigerate1. i- I' Ronlin Royer and David Arnold.

NOTIONS Group of i FABRICS 4 Yards Sunshine Rain Coats Spring Coats Suits I Down To The Bottom' BIMimm. FLAVORED ONE GROUP 12-14 Values $30.00 You Can Find One Here SMNOY II i ii 1 Downstairs Store Downstairs Store mm Xtra for The I -s Petite Juniors Slacks Shorts and Tops Mint and Gold Reg. 69c Each Group of Boys' mm ch Briefs and T-Shirts MM A Wonderful Group UM mh Jr. Petites values To $30.00 I I Half SiieS. All Kinds and Styles i .1 j.

In This Group 'j 701 BLACKBERRY 1 i BRANDY 1 Reg.fS6.00 1 Broken Sizes Sizes 3 to 11 Z3 HERE'S ONE YOU'LL ALL LIKE-GARLAND-SPRING SPORTSWEAR -i Main! Floor. Lycora Polyester Dacron Cottons Fortrel i Muted Checks Solids Beiqe Rust Natural Co-ordinates Reg. 69c I Women's MORPUL Hipster and A-Line Skirts Reg. 00 Reg. to $2.00 Women's BELTS Large Assortment.

NOW WESTERN 5.00 jv mm -r 5.00 5.00 Regular or Hipster Slacks Reg. T0, NOW 00 8 mm Broken Size; 3 Pair Main Floor i JACKET TYPE TOPS Ponderosa Shirt and Tops Reg. NOW i.OO I I USE YOUR FASHION OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY You're (the dandies): host that is.fwith true tasting terrific Arrow Blackberry Flavored Brandy. Serve some tonight. BLACKBERRY FLAVORED BRANDY 70 PROOF.


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