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Niobrara Social Activities BETTY MORGAN, Society Editor Phone 68 and white print with white accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. A reception was held in the Memorial Park following the ceremony. The bride's three tiered cake was made by Mrs. Leonard Thompson of Lusk.

After a short wedding trip through the Black Hills the couple will make their home in Moorcroft. included Mr. and Mrs. town Lynard Gladson and Bob of Moorcroft; Mr. and Mrs.

Floyd Rathbun, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gladson, Rapid City; Mr. and Mrs. Art' Rathbun, Mr.

and Aaron Frye, Sara and Merlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lamb and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lamb and daughter, Mrs.

N.V. Lamb and Larry, all of Manville; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben and family, Douglas; Mrs. Mable Wickizer, Jeanne and Gary, Alliance; Mrs.

August Kohrman, Gering: and Pat Currey, Newcastle. Mrs. Rasmusen Manville Star 50 Year Member The Mariposa Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star has honored Mrs. Louise Rasmusen as its first 50-year member. Mrs.

Rasmusen was first initiated into Eastern Star at Scotia, Nebr. She later transferred to the Niobrara Chapter at Lusk and was a charter member of Mariposa Chapter at Manville. The program was based on the charter's love for Mrs. Rasmusen, and during the program a picture of flowers was made with Mrs. Clara Whelan doing the "painting." When the picture was complete it was presented to Mrs.

Rasmusen. Mrs. Almo Alvord, now a member Woodbine Chapter and the first worthy 'matron of Mariposa chapter, presented Mrs. Rasmusen a corsage. Mrs.

Emma Stoddard, attired in a 1910 dress, presented a 50-yead gold pin. Visitors at the event which was one of the highlights of the year for Mariposa Chapter, came from Lusk. Meeteese, and Lovell. May Ellen Ward and Raymond Smith Marry in Congregational Church Miss May Ellen Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Zeb W. Ward of Manville, and Raymond E. Smith, son of Mrs. Ida Knott of Jackson and Everett Smith of Lusk, were married in a candlelight ceremony at the First Congregational Church of Lusk at 10:00 a.m. July 1.

The Rev. James E. Davis officiated at the double ring ceremony. Baskets of lilac lace carnations and pink gladiolas were banked beneath the altar and an altar arrangement of pink carnations and lilac candles completed the decorations. Gerald Bardo, organist, played "Prayer" by Ambrose.

"Nocturn" by Grieg, and "Largo" Handel and accompanied Mrs. Lyle Eddy as she sang "Because" and "Oh Promise Me." Given in marriage by her brother, Charley C. Ward, the bride wore a white ballerina length dress of lace over taffeta and net with a fitted bodice and long sleeves that tapered to points at the wrists. Her tulle was peridal edged with scallops and was held with a lace bow. She carried the tradition of wearing something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.

She carried a lilac orchid surrounded by miniature pink rosebuds. Mrs. Ed Hollon, sister of the groom, was matron of honor. She wore a street length dress of pink chiffon over lace, with matching accessories, and a corsage of lilac carnations. Mrs.

Fred E. Ward. bridesmaid, wore lilac chiffon over taffeta and net with matching accessories and a pink carnation corsage. Fred E. Ward, brother of the bride was best man.

Ushers were Parmely Hat Creek and Allen Heins of Keeline. Ward Hollon and R.D. Leeling, nephews of the groom, were candlelighters. Mrs. Ward chose for her daughter's wedding a beige jersey dress with white accessories and wore a corsage of white roses.

A reception was held at the church parlors. A three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, baked and decorated by Mrs. Leonard Thompson, centered the bride's table with an arrangement of pink carnations completing the decorations. After the bride and groom had cut the first piece of cake, it was served by Mrs. Kester Akers.

Mrs. Vern Evans, aunt of the grrom, served the groom's cake which had been baked by Mrs. Hollon. Mrs. Joe Green poured coffee, and punch was served Chuck Haskins.

Mrs. Roy Leeling of Denver, sister of the groom, presented the guest book and Mrs. Charley Ward was in charge of the gift table. For the wedding trip to the Black Hills the bride wore a beige fitted suit and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The bride graduated from Niobrara County High School in 1961.

Mr. Smith attended the Lusk schools and served two years in the Army. He is presently employed for Harry Manning on a ranch north of Lost Springs. Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs.

Roy Leeling and R.D. of Denver; Mrs. Vern Evans of Edgemont; Mark Dunbaugh, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Ward, Lance Creek; Harry Manning.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manning and family, Mrs. Joe Green, Mrs. Nora Wanek, Rice.

Evelyn Netz and son Hank all of Lost Springs. New Eastern StarOfficers Installed Mrs. Harry Fernau, was installed as worthy matron and Harry Fernau, as worthy patron of Niobrara Chapter of the Eastern Star at the meeting June 28. Mrs. Fernau, was escorted to the East by husband and was presented with a bouquet of roses by her grandchildren, Marty, Robin.

Sheila, Ranata and Donnie Fernau. Other officers installed were: Mrs. Leslie ZumBrunnen, associate matron; Mrs. Cecil Tryon, conductress; Mrs. Theodore Foster, associate conductress; Mrs.

Barney McBirney, secretary; Mrs. Emily Wood, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Fernau, chaplain; Mrs. Bud Butler, marshal; Mrs. Bill Owsley, Ruth; Mrs.

Beryl Fullerton, Ester: Mrs. J. L. Bass. Martha; Mrs.

Francis Rose, Electa; Mrs. Jake Davies, warder; and C.E. Marvin, sentinel. Installing officers were: Mrs. T.

A. Godfrey, past worthy grand matron, matron; Mrs. Harold Gautschi, marshal; Miss Alice Fowler, musician; Mrs. Meigs Cork, chaplain; Mrs. G.

L. Pfeifer, warder. After recessing for the summer, meetings will resume in September in the new Masonic Hall. Badger fur, while thick and handsome in color, is rather coarse and is not valued very highly. THANK YOU FOLKS We would like to express our appreciation to all who helped make the Open House on our 25th Anniversary such a memorable occasion, and for the gifts and flowers.we received.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ruffing They're Here. Mother and Daughter BELL BOTTOM JEANS Mexicalla yoke at hips. Colors--wheat and turquoise Sizes 2 to 14, 22 to 30 $2.98 to $4.98 at the WESTERNER Phone 123 Lusk, Wyo.

Sandra Melton and Ronald Schutt Marry in Manville Church June 29 Baskets of mixed garden flowers flanked the altar of the Manville Community Church June 29 as wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Sandra Gaye Melton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Melton of Henderson, and Ronald C. Schutt, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Carl Schutt of Manville. The Rev. Edward Poser performed the single ring ceremony at four o'clock in the afternoon. Traditional wedding music was played by Mrs. Poser who also accompanied the soloist, Mrs.

Floyd Alexander, as she sang "Are Ye Able" and "Oh Promise Me." The bride was given in marriage by the father of the groom. She wore a white ballerina length dress of chiffon with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt and a stole which was caught at the shoulder with an heirloom watch belonging to the groom's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Martha Schutt. Her a fingertip veil of chiffon was attached to a tiny lace hat. She wore a double strand pearl necklace, a gift of the groom's maternal grandmother, Mrs.

E. E. Gurnea of Golden, and carried a bouquet of mock orange blossoms and white satin streamers on a white Bible. Bonnie Sue Schutt, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. She wore a lavender ballerina-length dress of net with pleated trim and stole and a matching flower hat Her corsage was of deep pink roses.

Willie was best man and ushers were' John Ray Melton of Henderson, brother of the bride, and Freddie Kettler. All men of the wedding party wore dark business suits and white boutonnieres. Mrs. Schutt, mother of the groom, wore a navy blue sheer dress with white accessories, a pink rose corsage. Mrs.

Grurnea, grandmother of the groom, wore lavender sheer nylon flowered dress with white accessories. Mrs. Schutt, the groom's paternal grandmother, wore a navy blue dress with white accessories. Both wore pink rose corsages. A reception was held in the church parlors, under the supervision of Mrs.

David Briscoe, Mrs. Raymond Moore and Mrs. Sam Leeling. The bride's cake, a four tiered cake with white roses and silver decorations topped with miniature gride and groom, was flanked with three-tiered cakes decorated in white with pink roses and a large white rose on top. The cakes were baked and decor- Gonna Bake a Save now on Swansdown delicious, feather Apple Spice Sugar Maple New! Very tasty -andDevils Food, Yellow and White The Old Favorites.

All flavors Fruit Drinks Pineapple-Grapefruit Standby 46-oz. Tins 3 for 89c Welchs NEW FIESTA PUNCH Quart Cans 3 for $1.00 Welch's Welchade Quart Cans 3 for $1.00 Royal Crown Cola Full Pint Bottles 6 for 47c (Plus Bottle Deposit) Prido Shortening Golden, CRACKERS Vista pound Pac EGG NOODLES Lovell SWEET PEAS 303 tins LUX LIQUID Folgers Reg. or Drip 2-lb. tins Cabbage Heads PAGE 7 THE LUSK HERALD Lusk, Wyoming July 13, 1961 ated by Mrs. Moore.

The bouquet and arrangements, were prepared Mrs. Alvin Alexander, Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. Floyd ander. After the cake was cut by bride and groom it was by Miss Virginia Ainslie and Moore.

Louise Leeling, presided the coffee service Lois poured punch. Miss Schutt, sister of the groom, Mrs. Moore were in charge of gift table and the guest book presented by Mrs. Briscoe. The bride attended school Henderson Nev.

Mr. Schutt tended the Manville school Niobrara County High School. was employed by the Boulder Laundry in Boulder City, returning to Manville where he is employed by the Construction Company. Other out-town guests Mrs. Lloyd Appleyard and Paul Stull, Hemingford, Mr.

and Mrs. Wm. Powell Dwayne, Victorville, Sandy Aspden, Hay Springs, The American marten kin to the famous Russian Cake? light Cake Mixes Oil 67c 3-lb. tins 69c Saltines 21c Klusky, Like package Homemade 30c Brand, 3 for 50c DETERGENT (Inc. 11c Size off) btl.

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and Miss Nebr. close sable. Carolyn McCune Becomes Bride of T. N. Meline at Baptist Church Sun.

Miss Carolyn Mae McCune, daughter of Mrs. James E. McCune, became the bride of Theodore N. Meline, son Mr. and Mrs.

T. W. Meline of Webster City, Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Roger B.

Koen solemnized the double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock. Baskets of pink and white gladiolas and candelabras decorated with greens and miniature white carnations graced the altar. Family pews were marked with white satin bows. Mrs. A.

F. DeCastro played traditional wedding music and accompanied Miss Joanne Hansen as she sang "Oh Promise Me" and Given in marriage by her uncle. Harry Carlisle, the bride wore a floor length gown of lace fashioned with a square, scalloped neckline and long sleeves tapered to bridal points at the wrist. The full skirt had a pleated insert in the front. Her fingertip veil fell from rhinestone and pearl encrusted crown.

She carried a white lace fan with an arrangement of pink roses and white satin streamers. Miss Faye Perry was maid of honor. She wore a yellow ballerlength formal of lace and chiffon. The bridesmaids, Miss Leah Shepard and Miss Susan Schwartz, wore pale pink and light green formals. All attendants wore headbands of velvet and pearls and carried nosegays.

of pink roses and white carnations. Chet Robinson of Webster City, la. was best man and Dewey Baars and Robert Miller were groomsmen. The guests were seated by Kenneth Carlisle and Warren Jordan. Candlelighters were Steven and Ricky Kant, nephews of the bride.

Mrs. McCune was attired in a navy blue lace dress with white accessories and her corsage was pink roses. Mrs. Meline, mother of the groom, wore an aqua and white print and a pale yellow rose corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors.

The bride's table was covered with a white lace tablecloth with green background. A three tiered cake, each layer separated by columns, decorated with pink roses and topped with pink satin bells, centered the table. Green fern and miniature carnations surrounded the cake and memory candle. After bride lighting the memory candle, the and groom cut the first piece of cake. The cake was served by Mrs.

Wil- mer Baars and Mrs. Michael Miller. Miss Janice McAllister presided at the coffee service and Delberta Outhouse served the punch. Miss Judy Bostrom presented the guest book and the gift table was in the charge of Mrs. Willie Almazan III, Mrs.

Robert Zerbe and Miss Alice Ershabek. For a wedding trip to Yellowstone Park the bride wore a white sheath with aqua figured jacket, white accessories and a pink rose corsage. The bride attended the Lusk schools and graduated from Niobrara County High School in 1959. She is employed by Attorney Judson P. Watson.

The groom uated from Lincoln High School in Webster City and was employed by the Iowa National Cheard prior to coming to Lusk he is employed by the Wyoming National Guard. Out-of-town guests include Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs.

Meline of Webster City, Mrs. Maude Johnson of Casper, and Dr. and Mrs. Philip Hall of Sheridan. Twyla Canaday, Ronald Gladson Marry July 2 The Methodist Church of Chadron was the setting for the July 2 wedding of Twyla Canaday 1 to Ronald L.

Gladson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Canaday of Chadron and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Lynard Gladson of Moorcroft, formerly of Manville. The bride's street length dress of white brocade satin featured a double pleated skirt and wide satin cumberbund. The lace jacket had long sleeves which tapered to bridal points at the wrist. Her short veil was caught in a flowered clip. She carried a bouquet of pink roses.

Dorothy Mills of Chadron was maid of honor. She wore a street length dress of light blue dacron and a blue headband. Her flowers were white carnations. Christy and Vicky Canaday, nieces of the bride, were flower girls and wore frocks of deep pink organdy. Don Gladson, brother of the groom, was best man.

The bride was given in mariage by her father. Mrs. Canaday, mother of the bride, wore navy blue with white accessories and Mrs. Gladson, mother of the groom, wore a black Let Us Serve You! 0 We have the equipment and knowhow to give you complete and guaranteed service and repair on all makes and models of TELEVISION and RADIO FARM IMPLEMENTS TRACTORS AUTOMOBILES TRUCKS BICYCLES BOATS LAWN MOWERS APPLIANCES "You Name it-We'll Fix it" -CALL US TODAYPLAINS SERVICE John Backhaus Tony Hytrek Phone 790 Lusk, Wyo. Salad Mazola Quarts.

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