Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on June 19, 1963 · Page 3
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 3

Ames, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 19, 1963
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Amos, Iowa, Wednesday, June 19. 1963 AMES DAILY TRIBUNE Mark anniversary with open house 7 J 1 Mo yrome In observance of their 50th wed - ' an ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Harry G: Meek, 216 Stanton Ave.,i - LWUngPface - THURSDAY S.N.D Club will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George Peterson, Route 3, The Elks Ladies Dessert Bridge Club meeting wUl be held on Thursday, June 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the club rooms. The Ames Garden Club will meet for a potluck dinner at the Roy Walker home, 412 Ash Ave. Thursday at 6:30 p.m Meeting of the Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion will be at. 7: 15 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Walter Mooer 1322 Stafford Ave. FRIDAY Art Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Fen - ell Safly, Route 2 Friday at 7:30 p.m. , . . will be honored at an open bourse from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, in the Sarah Barlow Lounge of Collegiate Presbyterian Church. Hosts and hostess will be the Meek's four children, Kenneth Meek of Grinnell. Eugene Meek of Open house for Heggens Mr. and Mrs, Theo B. Heggen, 1017 Duff Ave., were honored Ottumwa, Harriett Meek Lyon of Missouia, Mont., and Keith Meek of Dallas, Te.x. Friends and relatives are invited with a 50th Wedding Anniversary open house at First Methodist Church June 9. to attend. No gifts please. Catholic schools of the U.S. Pouring at the tea table were Mrs. Wayne Wilson, 814 Duff Ave. and Mrs. Fern Blosser, Og - teach 5.5 million student's in grammar and high schools. iMHr Ml IMH den. Hosts and hostesses for the reception were Mr, and Mrs. Ted Heggen, 2611 Kellogg Ave. and nilax, aqua net and pink rose buds, white gladiolus and aqua Mr. and Mrs. Don Heggen, Lin - carnations and lighted by can )ln. Neb. The guest book was in charge dles. Mrs. Ernest Johnson of Ames and Mrs, Eli Swenson of Williams served the cake. Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Heggen's grandchildren, Judy Heggen, Janet Heggen and Jane Heggen. Tom - Heggen and Patricia Heggen of Mrs. Armstrong asked to attend Army dedication Mrs. :W, B. Armstrong,. 3319 Woodland St., has been invited to attend the dedication of Armstrong Barracks, in Germany, occupied by the 12th Cavalry and 2nd Battalion, 83d Artillery, The ceremony and emplacement of a permanent stone with engraved bronze placque will be in honor and memory of Lt. Eugene M. Armstrong, son of Mrs. Armstrong and the late Or. Armstrong. Lt. Armstrong was stationed at Aruio, Italy, at the time of his death, March 26, 1944. He served in the African campaign of World War II before being sent to Italy. Lt. Armstrong was ' an honor graduate of Ames High School and Iowa State University. Lawrence Olson and Mrs. Sinold Swenson of Radcliffe presided at the coffe services; Mrs. Merle Tonderum of Gait poured the AIR. and MRS. MARVIN E. JOHNSON punch, assisted by Mrs. Udell Evand and Mrs. Virgil Twedt, and Micki Hanson of Ames; Dar - la Twedt, and Mrs. Eldon Ostrem Lincoln assisted. Among the guests attending the program were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Strafford. Carroll, a tend - ants at the wedding ceremony 50 years ago. Mrs. Stratton is Theo B. Heggen's sister. Relatives attended the reception from Hampton, Eagle Grove, Carroll, Rembrandt and Huxley. JEANNE CROCKER of Ellsworth, Kathy Swenson and Verona Lee Evans becomes bride of Marvin Johnson Sharon Naber of Radcliffe, Jan Lawrence, Mantetno, 111., Ann Engaged MR. AND MRS. THEO B. HEGGEN The ffrnom was cpnrod K,r TVW Minery of Jewell and Daiiene Groener of Downers Grove, 111. Wedding Trip lyn Evans, brother of the bride, as best man. Groomsmen were Robert Wicks of Fort Dodge and Lonnie Evens of Ellsworth. .Rob For her wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells, the bride wore an aqua silk dress with black and white accessories and wore a white orchid. The couple will be at home at the College Trailer ert ijeuamv. Wheatan. T 1 GIFTS Swenson. Radcliffe; John Hill and Donald Hill, both of EUs - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cobum Crocker of Cherokee announce the betrothal of their daughter Jeamie and Craig Edward Burroughs of Omaha, Neb., son of Mr. and Mrs. CliFlord Earl Burroughs of Greene. Miss Crocker was graduated from Towa State University in May. Her Fiance also attended Iowa State .University and is currently employed in Omaha. He was affiliated with Acacia social fraternity. Park in Ames. orth, served as ushers. At thf rerentirm frtlW;r, 1, Program on roses The Ames Garden Club pro - gtam Thursday evening will be on roses. The Club will meet witth Mr. m'i M - s. Roy Walker, 412 Ash Ave., for a pot luck dinne: - at son of Story City served as hos h s.) p.m. tess, assisted Dy Famela Olson, Julee Oison, Lori Tonderum, Debra Tonderum, Janice Olson, .Tanft UWmiHr rml T, 1711 HOLLOWARi COVERED VEGETABLE DISH Reg. 59.95 Now $7.95 OVAL PLATTER The bride, a 1861L1graduate of the Ellsworth Center of the South Hamilton Community School is a graduate of America Institute of Business, Des Moines and is employed with the Engineering Extension Service at Iowa State University. The groom, also a 1961 graduate of the Ellsworth Center of South Hamilton Community School, is a student at Iowa State University. WOOri and Ham km Thnmn oil of Ellsworth and Mrs. Terry COMICS' FANS Seventy - seven per cent of the Peterson nr Ampc r.fnria pr - irnn Trinity Lutheran Church at Ellsworth was the setting for the June wedding of Verona Lee Evans and Marvin Ernest Johnson. The Rev. O. D. Sanderson officiated at the double ring cere - The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Evans of Ellsworth. Parents'of the groom are Mrs. Kenneth Eide of Ellsworth and Ernest Johnson of The church was decorated for the 8 p.m. ceremony with lighted candelabra at the altar, candles, greenery and bows at the pews. Bride's Gown Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of Chantilly Candlestick lace arid organza, with a fitted bodice scalloped Sabrina neckline and long pointed sleeves of lace. The floor - length skirt was bell - shaped and featured a Watteau train of organza in satin, appliqued with matching iace motifs held by satin , royal roses. Her veil was of illusion net with a disc of lilly of the valley and roses; her corsage was a , cascade of ivy and lilly of the valley centered with a white orchid. Mrs. Joel Faller, Des Moines, was matron of honor. Brides of Ellsworth presided at the guest The h part - tusHrlmr, ed, 30 million readers are claimed by the comics, according to (he Eritannica Book of the Year. decorated with white bells and streamers, was disolaved on a &VZ Inch 1 Reg. $10.50 Now $8.95 I 1434 Inch 1 Reg. $6.95 Now $5.95 I 2 PC. GRAVY BOAT I Reg. $11,95 Now $8.95 I 4 PC. CONDIMENT SET I Reg. 511.95 Now $9.95 I SALAD BOWL I Reg. $12.95 Now $9,95 I ALL STEEL BUTTER DISH I Reg, $6.95 Now $5.95 IN 4 DAYS table decorated with ropes of DIVIDED VEGETABLE DISH Reg. $6.95 Now $5.95 ROLL1 TRAY Reg. $7.50 Now $5.95 ALL PURPOSE BOWL Reg. $7.95 Now $5.95 just like JANICE CORBIN The American Style In Dinnerwore maids were Donna Johnson of Ames and Jacquelyn Twedt of Betrothed driving a Rolls Royce .pthe feeling you get when Ellsworth. They wore street length dresses of aqua crystal sheer with pleated bell - shaped skirts, fitted bodices, short sleeves and matching pouf net headpieces with rose trim. Flower girls were Marlene and Lori Eide of Ellsworth. Ring - bearers were Craig and Todd Johnson of Ames. Bracing flavor from Premium Southwest Citrus Squirt is the soft drink that needs no artificial color or flavor to make it good. It's naturally delicious. Pick up a 6 pack today, Copjneht 1963,Th Sauirt Company Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corbin, 1520 Ridgewood Ave., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Mary, to Richard L. Overland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Overland, La Puente, Calif., formerly of Ames. Miss Corbin is a June graduate of Ames High School. Overland graduate from Ames High in 1961. The wedding is planned for Aug. 27. STARTS SUN. SHOE SALE SHOE SALE SHOE SHOE SALE SHOE SALE SI - SHOE SALE SHOE SALE L Sxclusively NOW ' 1 SHOE SALE SHOE Si WITH H.O.V. 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