The Fresno Bee from Fresno, California on March 3, 1946 · 15
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The Fresno Bee from Fresno, California · 15

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Sunday, March 3, 1946
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i it FRESNO BEE -K Couple Will Sunday Mxrrh X VWt i Vi r iWea In Summer I R D S BIRDS We Hava a Nica Selection of Canaries Love Birds Finches Farrokeets Modern New Bird Cages Bird Seed Remedies Everything lor Your Birds REMEMBER Fresh Horse Meat Daily Vaughn's Pet Stores Pnrmrrly BMJiost rrr ooi miop 1111 BELMONT AKD 2968 VENTURA (ContlnuM Pram Pain IS) a dpimaiologlrt and rrcvptlnnlst In San Francisco Carlarn I a ran of Naval Captain and Mr C R Carlson of Kentfidd Up recently was discharged from the marina rorpi after serving oversea aa a first lieutenant for two years lie partli'M-nti'd In the campaigns for the Marshall Island (foam and I wo Jlroa and reorived the Purple Heart the 1'ieaidential Unit Citation and the Iirone Star He la employed with the California 1‘arkimj Corporation in Saeta-ntrnlA Cnrlsn was gcatlunled from the University of California M RouNpimra CANTILEVER SHOE STORE 2019 TULARI Couple Wed In Fori Worth (Continued Pram Pace IS) reception in the Colonlel Country Club For 1 ravelin a the bride elms a' (ray auit with Mak aroessm iee t The bride i a datiRhter of Mr and Mra T S Bonner of Foil Worth She attended Stephens College In Columbia Mo She wa iadunted from the University of i'exa where she was a nieiiilu-r of' the Delta Della Delta Sorority1 iDurinx the war the wa a muses': aide and served the lied Cross In the motor corps She attended the' University of Mexico w here she took post graduate courses In Spun- llsh She was employed for a year f the American Airlinra Glniscork la a brother of Mra F Mina Mary Lou Martin months in the Aleutians and waa on Okinawa with the alatlxtiral control unit of the 8th Air Force The officer is on terminal leave and Is lannlng to take hla bride to San ranclseo to live Vit Ann Strut at 10ftT P Street ary lUh In the St Agnes TTnspltaL All trrmhers am invited to atlcnd T h grandpnrents are Mr and 1 11 Mrs Witliiim Warner of Finn Sort It Named and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Thcr The Tyrct 11 Roll Chapter of the Jrim of North LVUndue Mjm Fresnti I'lintuer m Hm i'-uuht 1 1 J l'nt ioul ji the nann Eirn Theriien now I on hi wa home the t'nnrederaey will meet to- io 1 J - inmiow at J P M In the home oliifohmt on of 0'mmiiI and Mrs 'fr'im fhinm where ho has 'sriedj lye Thoinen hmn Fihru- lor the pxit seven month Couple Wed In Easton Rites Before a randlelighted altar Mias i i Marjorie Terkelxen and Vernerlc L-OITID imented Klinkby plighted their troth re- ' 'H11' 1 cm cu ARE YOU BUILDING A HOME? Sea Our Superior Fireplace Circulating Heater Smallest Unit Heats 55000 Cubic Fact ' Guarantees Fireplace Will Not Smoke Ash Dumps Cleanout Doors Angle Bars FHA Anchors Barbecue Hardware Building Supplies CLARK'S 1303 BELMONT eently in the (Immanuel Lutheran iChurch in Kaston Rev A W Lund of Caruthera officiated at the double ring rrremony The bride entered the churrh on Mra Raymond K- Clasncock Jr Misa Mary Beatty whose engagement to Howard Thomas Cunningham of Cumberland Md waa announced recently was compU-' the arm of her brother Kenneth!n(n(( at a recent party given by She chose foV hewed" M“ V°un fa ding a gown of white satin styledPhlne Germain In the home of the with a sweetheart neckline The latter on Michigan Avenue shoulders and the midriff of the fitted bodice were embroidered In seed pearls and crystal beads her full skirt was rut en train and her full length veil waa held in place by a crown of seed pearls She wore a strand of pearls With matching earrings a gift from the The living room was decorated with early Spring blossoms A reading was given by Miss Elizabeth Foin and games were played 1 he bride elect waa presented with a shower of miscellaneous gifts and lefreHhments were served on Individual trays which were decorated fir end white bridal theme lt?JLwiUJ-i?h Jn rnrnmr The KUMi present to honor the TLVL coge' bride elect were Mesdamea Donald tied with satin streamers -I Cook F M Fulstone Robert But ton Glenn Shlngledecker Kdward Cary P W Germain Donald Kxv-anagh Carl Wilkinson William Mrs Evan Klinkby a slater of 'the bride attended as the matron 'honor She chow for the wedding Martin- Bernadine Jacobson and fitted bodice and Kxlher Germain and Misses Mar- carried a boquet of pink carnallona ha aa Rachel Kraft Foin Clara with pink satin ribbons Joermain Doris Juergen and Mary Flint all of Fresno and Isabelle Mrs Ralph Nafsgar a cousin of the bride and Misa Bonnie Sorensen were the bridesmaids They of corresponding colly to ora and styled similarly Boyle of Madera black top coat and black acree-She completed her costume that of the matron ot honor They carried j with boquets of mixed Spring bloxsomsJ—T!!® naughlrr of Mrs carried: with an orchid corsage ims1 The bride is a daughi Misa Marilyn Haiisen’was the£ Sh“ flower girl She wore a blue and carried a boquet of pink sweet- School and the Central Cal- "From Birth Through Size Fourteen " peflflt i Preceding the ceremony Rev Im-j manuel Petersen sang Because and Misa Ruth Petersen a cousin of jthe bride sang Oh Perfect Love accompanied by Miaa Hazel Peter-: sen at the organ The benedict was attended by Evan Klinkby Kenneth Terkelxen j and Kenneth Christensen The ! guests were seated by Norman Ol-isen and Clyde Petersen J Mra Terkelsen chose for her i- daughter's marriage a navy blue afternoon dress with navy accessories The benedict's mother wore i a black gown with black accessories and both mothers wore gardenia corsages A reception waa held following the ceremony in the social hall or the church The bride's table was set with a white linen' cloth and centered with a four tiered wedding cake flanked by tall double candleholders with white cathedral taper Mesdamea H K Andersen A IjJorgensen and H Hansen assisted tin serving After cutting the first piece of j wedding cake the bridal couple left for a honeymoon in Carmel Los Angeles and Hollywood The bride chose for traveling a gray suit with HOW MUCH FUN ARE YOU GOING 10 HAVE? ifornla Commercial College In! Fresno She la an accountant for Caudill and Austin In Fresno Klinkby is a son of Mr and Mrs! Walter Klinkby of Del Key He: was graduated from the Sanger High School He recently waa di-: charged from the army after serving four years of which he served two years overseas He is an employe of the Schultz Contractors in Fresno The bridal couple are making their home In Fresno This jrtsr— maybe your Ufa will ba a cheerful round of sports dancing briilga tbs theatre— But bars you a friend who uaed to go along with you— someone whose hearing has failed to the point where they'd “rather not try lomlx" For people Ilka this the advanced new Monotone “Mt" with Ita nearly double power and the mazing Bl-Fogal Control offers Uexible relaxed easy hearing In nny group Even people w ho haze tried every previous hearing aid art writing— "Now I can really live again!" 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