The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on June 30, 1935 · Page 6
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. 1 THC SITNDAY PANTACnAnr. ni.OOMINCTOSV n.U. FU.VDAY, JUNE SO. IMS. woke .ir. 4503 t i i i . 111, i I ii i i 111 im i i ii 1 1 iii ' m mmmmm i 't Fourth of July to Be Given Cay Observance by Country Clubs I I MLm Mibcl PrlKoll Tlmil I JL L a m n ma ' grgsk a sbssessb- v i m at m m i m l i iii w w v tm a a ' sa. -m a a i ! ' Holy Trinity Bridal Scene Miss Vra Capodice to Become Bnd of War ran Wheeler. II li Vera Capodice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mariano Capodica, 1313 East Grova street, will bscoms the brlda of Warren WhwWr, aon of Vr. and Mrs. E. W. Wheeler. 503 South Qridley atract, at a ceremony to ba held at Holy Trinity church at 11 a. m. Sunday. Tha Rev. Fr. Stephen N. Moore will officiate at tha hlKh nuptial mm and wedding ceremony. Tha muslo of tha Diana will ba sung by Mr. and Mra. Spencer Green; the latter claaamats of tha bride at Trinity high achonl, will preside at tha organ. Tba bride will enter tha church nn tha arm of her father. Her gown will be of white chantilly lace over white taffeta. She will wear a full veil of ailk tulte, adorned with tiny rosettes of white satin, mada by tba brlde'a mother. She will carry white morocco bound prayer book, tha gift of tha bridegroom with ribbon murker, each with an orchid. She will wear gold croea which haa belonged In tha family for many generationa, tha gift of tha brlde'a grandmother, Mra. Vera Riml, to her namesake. Slater la Maid of Honor, Miss Marietta Capodice, sister of tha bride, aa maid of honor will wear aquamarine embroidered or gandie, with a wide Leghorn hat trimmed to match her gown, and will carry a colonial bouquet, Tha bridesmaids will include Misa Anna Marie Capodice, sister of the bride, wearing painted organdie In pastel green, over satin to match; Misa Mary Louise Oaeta of Musca tine, Iowa, Intimate friend of the bride. In salmon organdie, and Mias Antoinette Capodice, also a sister of tha bride, will wear sky blue or gandie. All will wear tha wide Leghorn hats with matching trimming, and will carry colonial bouquets. Little Rosemary Nottoll, nieca of tha bride, aa flower girl, will wear a frock of blue and pink organdie, and will have a miniature colonial bouquet. Groom's Brother Beat Man. Paul Wheeler, brother of the bridegroom, will be his best man, while the ushers will Include Edward Ulbrich, Carl Berry and Tony Capodice, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast will be served at the home of the bride's parents for a company of 60 guests. Invitations have been issued for a wedding re- "ahiMiss Helen Cleary Weds in El Paso Bride of William Cunning' ham at St. Mary's. Miss Helen Cleary, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mra. Patrick Cleary of El Paso, was married to William Cunningham, only son of Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Cunningham of Bloomlngton, In a ceremony Satur day morning at St. Mary' church in El Paso. The Rev. S. E. Aout officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bridegroom'a ring waa the one used at tha wedding of hia grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O Rourke, In 1883, The church was decorated with Madonna IIIps and roses. Presiding at tha organ was Miss Josephine Mlchels, who played tha "Lohen grin" bridal chorus for the entrance of the bridal party and accompanied Ed Barclay, who sang "Ave Maria" and a number of hymns. The bridesmaid was Miss Mar garet Cunningham, sister of the bridegroom. Leo Clery, brother of the bride, was the best man and Edwin Cleary and Joseph Kearney were the ushers, The bride was becomingly gowned In white angel skin lace St. Joseph Alumnae Nurses Will Meet The St. Joseph Alumnae Nurses' association will have meeting at 2 p. m. Monday In Roland's tea room. A business meeting will be followed by a social hour. The hostesses for tha afternoon will be Mrs. Gordon Schultz, Mrs. Owen Miller and Miss Naomi Gibbss. Miss McCue Bride of Arnold Perry Ceremony Is Performed at Church in Peoria. ception from 7 to 10 p. m. Sunday ""' prm- I .i. Tin i. ,ti -nn cess lines. Her veil was three-quar- at the Illinois hotel, when 200 ,,K ,,,, ,. . ?.,.,. guests will be received. The bride is a graduate of Trinity high school and of Illinois State Normal university. The bridegroom was graduated from McLean high school, and attended a school of engineering at Charleston, S. C. He Is employed by the Caterpillar Tractor company of Peoria. Following a wedding Journey to Iowa by automobile, for which tha bride's costume will be of yel-l low crepe, with long brown fitted coat and brown accessories, the couple will be at home to friends in Peoria. U and I Club Meets U and I club members met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. N. Stansbury, 911 North Oak street. Prizes were won by Mrs. Frank Riser, Miss Catherine Hartnett and Mrs. Carrie Carroll, with the general prize by Mrs. O. S. Dunlap. The next meeting will be held July 12 with Mrs. J. A. Shult 623 Eastj juuioeny aire. Miss Edna Blanche McCue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. McCue of Bloomington, became the bride of Arnold B. Perry, eon of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Perry, 1506 East Oakland avenue, In a ceremony at 5 p. m. Saturday at Central Chris tian church of Peoria. The Rev. Clifford E. Hanson of Rock Island, formerly pastor of the West Twin Grove Christian church read the service. The attendants were Mr. Perry's brother and sister In law, Mr. and Mrs. Willis B. Perry of Peoria, The bride wore a pink lace gown with white accessories and carried an arm bouquet of tea rewes and snapdragons. The matron of honor wore a poudre blue crepe gown and carried an arm bouquet of roses. After a wedding Journey to Chi cago and Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Perry will return to Bloomington and will be at home after July 15 at 604 East Grova street Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of Bloomington high school. Mr. Perry is employed by Montgomery Ward and company and Mrs. Perry by the State Farm Mutual Insurance companies. The newly rlrried officer or Milils V are (left fo right) Mit Nanrjr Jane Hamilton, Ilia president; treasurer, Misa Dorothy Dirk; aerrrlary, Mis l.iirilln Willi-t; anil viro prrtiiilriit, .Mis Mary JiliHt Fink. r.." .Ml Mabel Drisroll, 510 Vrt Jefferson si reel, waa general hair-nuin for the summer formal dinner danre given last week at Maple-wood Country club by Delphi International. '".r Mrs. I.ouis Kilil.v, left, and Mra. E. O. Brown, both of ltloomington Here among Hie many who gathered as spertalon for the rerrnt Four City women's golf tournament, lielj at Itloomington Country rlun, In the foursome about to tee off, at the Four City tournament, the second from the left is Mra. Robert Gipson, representing lllooin-ington Country rlub, with players from Peoria, Springfield and Decatur. "V-""" Mrs. Will F. Coktigan, at the left, is the Itloominglon Country rlub representative in the foursome in action at the recent Four City tournament, held at Ulooinington Country rlub. ter length, extending Into a point and trailing slightly In tha back. Her only adornment was s white sapphire necklace, the gift of the bridegroom. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses and swen-sonia. Miss Cunningham wore a gown of pink angel skin lace over pink satin, also fashioned on princess lines. Her accessories were blue and she carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and delphinium. J ding breakfast was served to 305 U V Auyillfl TM relatives and friends at the homep" -uaiiihi y of the bride's parents. Rev. Fr, Aout waa among the guests. Mr. Cunningham and his bride left immediately by automobile for northern points. For traveling the Driae naa chosen a navy blue and white suit of alpaca cloth with matching accessories. After July 16 the couple will be at home at 503 East Jackson street Bloomington. Mr. Cunningham is emnloved hv t hm Hnlrie TTorriivar Icompanjr her. District to Meet District four of auxiliaries ofi Sons of Union Veterans will meet at 2 p. m. Sunday at the McBarnes Memorial building. Miss Edna Ste wart, president, will preside. The annual district election will be held. A supper will be served at 5 p. m. for those present. Six auxiliaries will be represented; those of Bloom ington, Springfield, Petersburg, tPeoria, Decatur and Columbia, 1U4 Social Calendar for Week Bloomington Chapter 50Walter D. Kincaid, O. E. S. to Hold Session Bloomington chapter No. 50, Order of Eastern Star, will hold its regular session at 7:30 p. m. Tues day at tha Masonic temple. Mrs. Martha Jacobssen, worthy matron, and Howard Eiickson, worthy patron, will preside at the session, Helen L. Keller, Lyld Swope Wed Hudson Couple Married at Residence Here. Miss Yoder Marry Couple Will Make Home in Oquawka. Dances, Dining Rule Holiday Bloomington, Lakeside, Maplewood Clubs Have Traditional Celebration. MONDAY. Lakealdt Monday Brldita dlnmr, 7 p. m .1 th. club house. Youns Women's Democratic orginlM- tlon. metlnn. t:lS p. m., at Hotel Rogers St. Juieph's Alumnae Nuraee aaeocia- tlon. meeting, 2 B. m., at Roland a tea room. Minnehaha degree team, meeting, T:30 o. m.. with Mm. Amy Butler, 1014 W'eet Moulton street. Jennie Lea Bridge club, meeting. 2 p. m.. with Mra. J. T. Romane, at the Campua Inn. 300 South School atreet. Normal, Maplewood Country club, contract bridge nlKht, 7:30 p. m., at tn club. The Trldettea, special meeting, 7:30 p, m., with Mias Helen Meeker, 1603 East Washington atreet. Illinois State Normal Unlveretty course, presenting the Jitney Players, 8:15 p. m., at Capen auditorium. Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae associa tion, meeting at 7:30 p. m., with Mra. William T. Beadles, 409 East Kelsey atreet. Delphi International, bualneaa meeting at 7:30 p. m.. Hotel Rogera. Flrat and Park MethoHlat official board meetings, 7:30 p. m., at the respective churches. Park Methodist Episcopal vacation Bible school picnic, noon, at Miller park. Second united Brethren board meeting. 7:30 p. m., at the church. TIKSDAY. Maplewoott Country club auxiliary-, morn ing golf, luncheon 1 p. m.; afternoon bridge at the club house. Bloomington Country club. auxiliary luncheon and bridge, 1 p. m., at tha club. Lucy Orrae Morgan Horn board meeting. 2:30 p. m.. at tha Home. General Lawton auxiliary No. 75 to TJ. W. V., meeting. 8 d. m.. at McBarnas Memorial building. Lambda Chi Omega non-academic soror ity, meeting. 7:30 p. m.. at Hotel Tilden- Hail. Women's undenominational Blbla elaas. 2:30 p. m., in Girl Reserve room of Y. W. C. A. Park Methodist CIrcIa 4. 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. Uarley Keeran, 101 West Taylor at net. 8. T. eia. sMtttn v a. VMM Mra. Robert Tipple, toft North Madison atreet. Trinity Lutheran Senior Walther league, 8 p- m., at tha school hall. Park Methodist vacation Bible school open house, 7:30 p. m., at tha recreation hall. Bloomington chapter No. 50, O. E. S., meeting, 7:30 p. m., at Masonic temple. Oxford Group Fellowship, 7:30 p. m., at Second Presbyterian church. WEDNESDAY. Lakeside Country club, cabaret dinner dance, 7 p. m., at tha club bouse. Lakeside Women's golf, driving, approaching and putting contest, at tha club course. Centennial Christian Woman's circle, In stallation, 2:30 p. m., at tha church. First Christian needlecraft department. all day meeting, at tha church. First Methodist Episcopal W. F. M. S . 2:30 p. m., at the church. Park Methodist Eplacopal circle 2, 2:30 p. m., at tha church. Park Methodtat Episcopal vacation church school, lawn social, a to 9:30 p. m., at the church and parsonage. THl RHDAY. FOVRTH OF il'LY. Civic Fourth of July celebration, after noon sports, evening fireworks, at Miiler park. Lakeside Country club, golf match for president's trophy, annual picnic dinner on grounds, night fireworks, at tha club. Bloomington Country club, athletio events during day; annual family picnic dinner In grove; fireworks at dusk; children's dance hour, later, club dance on outdoor platform, at tha club. Municipal band concerts, i and 7:30 p. ., at Miller park. Maplewood Country club, golf events for com men ana women, at the club course. Ladles society of B. of L. F. and E.. meeting, 2 p. m., at Co-Operatlve hall. Llmberlost Benefit Fourth of July dance. 7:30 p. m. onward, in Miller park pavilion. FRIDAY. First English Lutheran Ladies Aid. att- om Vug OA Miss Helen U Keller, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Keller of Hudson, and Lyla Swope, son of Mra. Ella Swope, ateo of Hudson, were married at 10:30 a. m. Satur day at the home of the bride' brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mra. James F. Keller Jr., 825 East Jefferson street. The Rev. T. K. Shubert. pastor of the Hudson Methodist Episcopal church, officiated at the single ring service In the presence of the Im mediate families. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. James F. Keller Jr., Lorraine Kel ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Keller and niece of the bride, served as ring bearer, carrying the ring In a rosebud. The house was decorated with bankets of roses and gypsophila. The bride wore a gown of white crepe with matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of white gardenias. The matron of honor wore a gown of yellow and brown crepe with matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of yellow roses and sweet peas. The little ring bearer wore a ruffled frock of white organdy. The bride Is a graduate of Nor mal Community high school and haa attended Illinois State Normal uni versity. She has taught for several years In the schools of Alci.ean county. Mr. Swops attended Hud son schools and is a farmer in that vicinity. Following the ceremony, the couple departed for a wedding journey with destination unannounced. The bride's traveling costume was of navy blue and white. After July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Swope will be at home on the bridegroom's team wst ot Hudson. At the horns of the bride's sister, Mrs. Lydla Engel, 408 East Walnut street, was solemnized at noon Fri day the marriage of Miss Ella Mae Yoder of Normal and Walter D. Kincaid of Oquawka. The brlds is the youngest daughter of the lata Mrs. Mattie Toder. She attended Illinois State Normal university and has taught In McLean county schools for 23 years, the last 16 of them in tha Normal publio schools. Mr. Kincaid is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kincaid of Little York. He attended public schools of Henderson county. In the World war he served overseas as corporal of company F, 126th Infantry, 32nd division, for two months. He had entered the service May 27, 1918. He is prominent in the church and social life of his community. The Rev. H. C. Smith of Bethany Baptist church, Peoria, performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate relatives. After the service, a luncheon was served. The bride wore a blue flowered chiffon dress with a white hat and carried a bouquet of blue dephln- tum and tea roses. Eleanor Jean Linden, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Linden, served as flower girl. Elmo J. Engel, nephew of the bride, sang "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Miss Ada Downs, who also played Mendelssohn's Wedding march. Others present at the ceremony were Mrs. Maggie McDevitt, Miss Ethel Streid, Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Roszhart of Chenoa, Mrs. J. K. Yoder of Hydro, Okla.; Mrs. Vera Martin, Mrs. George Linden, Miss Carolyn Arbogast and Mrs. H. C. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Kincaid left Im mediately for their horns at Oquawka. Young Democratic Women to Assemble The Young Women's Democratic club will meet at 7:15 p. m. Monday At ttra Hotel Rogers, Mra. Ruth HoMtagswotst, w4tt preatd. The Fourth of July week is trr ditlonally known as festival lima at ths Country clubs. Many out of town visitors, often spends, ths week In ths crty, maks ail fcl ths club function gay affairs. ' Bloomington Country club men will spend a busy day In sports Thursday. By tha tradition of that club, men ruls ths sports on holidays. But ths cool club bouss and ths shady nook will weleoms many spectators, and with ths lata after noon family parties will begin to asusmbls for ths grove picnic which Is ons of ths summers happiest events. Coffes and dessert are served from ths club house; otherwise, ths dinner I a genuine base ket picnic, beginning at 6 p. m. with ths dusk will come fire works, and then ths sarly hour of ths annual Children's Fourth of July dancs, on ths silvery platfornt By 8:30 p. m. ths adults will begin to claim ths dancs floor, and ths holiday dancs will bs on. Ths week at the club will includs Us brldgs and golf lunchson on Tuesday and Friday. Although Sat. urday night there was no announced dinner nor dance, yet more than 50 left ths hot city and dined in ths cool air of ths club. Lakeside club will hold an unusually busy and hospitable week. Ths Monday Bridge club will dins and havs Its tables for cards, with Mr. and Mrs. John Hurst and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Morris as hosts and hostesses. 8ince the Fourth of July falls on Thursday, the auxiliary will not noid its regular brldgs lunch eon. At the last one, Mr. Max Klenner and Mrs. Dan tja. nors were winners of ths du IJizm. with Mrs. Loren B. Lewis, Jul.llary president, and Mrs. E. S. Rayner, vice president, and president of ths Women's City Golf association, as June tournament winners. On the eve of the Fourth of July Lakeside club, by its regular custom, will hold a cabaret dinner dance, to music by an excellent orchestra. This will begin at 7 p. m. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Costello and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Flellin as host and hostess committee. Successions of athletic events take place throughout Thursday at Lakeside, Including the medal play for the President s trophy. A largo family picnic is an annual event for the Fourth of July night, anticipated at Lakeside. Maplewood Country club gives up most of its holiday to athletics. The golf course is reported to be in especially good condition, and ths events at this club are not for men alone. Women will have ample representation In the Fourth of July golf. Bridge Is unusually popular this spring at Maplewood. Instead of a holiday dance, there will be a din ner and bridge party to be held at 7 p. m. Friday, and a contract bridge night, directed by Mrs. M. L. Smith will be held at 7:30 p. m. Monday at the club house. Tha auxiliary will hold its lunrfCfri at 1 p. m. Tuesday, preceded J'olf, beginning at 10 a. m., and foflowed by bridge at 2 p. m. A company of 50 dined Friday night at Maplewood, and many tables were placed later for bridge. Many women at the clubs are discussing the coming Women's City Golf tournament. Mrs. E. S. Rayner, president of the association, has announced that the practics week will begin July 7, with ths tournament proper to open Monday, jury is. on Lakasids Gouatrr si

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