Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 1, 1955 · Page 5
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Helen Vogel Bride Of Theodore Gaul In Ashton Church When Miss Helen Vogel became the bride of Theodore Gaul, May 28. she was lovely in a gown of white. Saturday's bride i» the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edison Vogel, 223 East Seventh St., Dixon, and the Dndegroom s parents are the LeRoy Gauls. 525 Second Ave. St. John's Lutheran church, Ashton, was the setting for the 7 p. m. double ring ceremony performed by Rev. Orville Kalkwarf. Altar! vases of white stock and carnations, two stand arrangements of white gladioli, stock and carnations, two huckleberry stands, candles in candelabra and pew bows with huckleberry were used in decorating the church. Miss Doris Mae Klingebiel. Ashton. was nuptial organist and Miss Carol Thei-singer, Ashton. soloist. A prelude of nuptial music preceded the ceremony and vocal selections included "Because," "Oh. Perfect Love" as the couple knelt at the altar, "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Her floor length dress, of Chamilly lace and tulle over satin, was designed with a basque bodice of lace thai had a pleated nylon tulle illusion yoke with a Peter Pan lace collar, edged in pearls. Long tapered sleeves fastened at the wrists with tiny buttons and the pleated skirt of nylon tulie nad a matching lai hip-length flounce highlighted wi pearls. The bride's fingertip vi of nylon illusion was held by sweetheart shaped hat of lace and seed pearls. She earned oi tradition of something old. borrowed and blue, the old being a white lace hankie that had been carried by the bridegroom's moth- at her wedding. Pearl earrings were the bride's rift from the bridegroom. bouquet was a white orchid with stephanotis. Attends Bride As matron of honor, Mrs. Norman Mumford. Dixon, wore a gown of a similar design to the . bride's. The frock of pink had a lace, strapless bodice worn with a. matching short sleeved Eton jacket. The skirt was of nylon net over taffeta. Mrs. Mumford wore a matching sweetheart half bonnet trimmed with pearls and carried a semi-colonial bouquet of pink Carol Amling roses and orchid pompons. Her gift from the bride was a pearl necklace with earrings. Norman Mumford. Dixon, served . . 8.S. . .best man. Ushering Ralph Vogel. Ashton. brother of the bride, and Kenneth and W liam Gaul, Dixon, sons of the bridegroom. Ronald Gaul, Dixon another son of the bridegroom, was the candle lighter. The bride's mother wore a navy hat and pink accessories with her r.avv sneer cress. rr.e once groom's mother wore an aqua sheer dress with white accessories. Their corsages were of pink Aris tocrat roses. At Loveland House A reception in Loveland Com-mnity House. Dixon, followed the edding. Huckleberry and white pompons were used as decoration around the three tiered cake. Mrs. Ralph Vogel, Ashton, sister-in-law of the bride, and Mrs. Denny Vaile, Dixon, served the cake; Miss Ellen Lauer. Amboy. the coffee, and Miss Celia Dieterle. Dixon, the punch. Miss Pauline Schutte. Dixon, had charge of the guest book and Miss Marilyn Reed and Mrs. Wayne Howard. Dixon, had charge of the gifts. Also assisting at the reception were the Mes-dames Lloyd Hoyle. Bernadine Lang and Amo Nankivil. Dixon. When the newlvweds departed for a week's wedding trip to Mack inac Island the bride donned a light blue suit with rose colored accessories. Upon returning they will reside at 724 East Morgan St. The bride is in the sales promo tion department of the Publi- Service Co. and the bridegroom is an employe of the Reynolds Wire Division, National Standard Co. Friday Dinner The bride's parents entertained Friday evening. May 2i rehearsal dinner at Maxson's Manor, Oregon. Dorothy Chapter Friday evening. June 3. Doroth Chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a stated meeting | in the. Dixon . Masonic Temple, at j 8 p. m. ' Installing officers and 1 their escorts will be honored at this meeting. Mrs. Mary Bruce and Miss Nancy Bruce are in. charge of the June refreshment committee. All members are invited to attend as there. will be special entertainment following the meeting. Members are also reminded of the official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron of Illinois, July 2. NEWSFAPERRfiCHIVE'8 Mrs. Wilson President of Young Mothers When the Young Mother's club met recently in the home of Mrs. William Wallace the program con-jsisted of vocal numbers by the Barberettes, Helen Fox, Pat Sol- ianor Scholl and Alens. La- Cour and readings. "The Woman's Do Good in Intellectual Society" and "Television" by Mrs. Fred Otrren. Mrs. Harry Fritz gave me neaiui report. One guest, Mrs. Robert Renwick. was present. Officers were elected for the coming year as follows: president drs. Bud Wilson; vice president, Mrs. Lvle Pietsch : -secretary, Mrs. Ted Fries; treasurer. Mrs. Ken neth L'tz and historian. Mrs. Wil- Wallace. Committees for the iwell, chairman, assisated by Curtis Westfall and Mrs. Wil-Johnson; program. Mrs. R.on- ald Potter and Mrs. Kenneth Nel- on. co-chairmen: health. Mrs. Ir-ing Katz and membership, Mrs. Kenneth Abbott. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Wayne Pierce and her com- ; mittee : Mesdames Ted Fries, Cur- i Westfall, Ed Lawton and Jim •ockwell. Mrs. Wallace pre sided. le club's next meeting will be end of the year party. Wed nesday, June S, at the Landmark. Grand Detour. Anyone wisning ations for the 6:30 o clock • is asked to call Mrs. Bud Wilson by June 6. Bethel Cradle Roll Party News The cradle roll party of Bethel Evangelical Congregational church has been postponed from Thursday-June 2. until Wednesday. June S. The party will be held at 2 p.m. in the church. ■ JAY-C-ETTES THURSDAY The Jay-C-Ettes will have a 6 :3 o'clock dinner meeting Thursda; at the Dead End Inn. BACKACHES? Get COXFORMAL SHOES Molded to Your Individual Arches Today ERZINGER'S As seen in May HARPER'S BAZAAR About S25.00 Right: Fine baby-checked cotton boaits dainty pleat* at hip line, rhinestone-buckied V neck, and baby lace trim. In blue, yellow, pink or lavender, lizes 8 to 16. Left: Loop fringe rides in deep V's over o billowing skirt, ond beneath a low-cut neckline both front and back. In pink, maize, lavender or blue boby-checked cotton, sires 10 to 20. EDNA N. NATTRESS SHOP "Dixon's fashion Center" 124 GALENA AVE. OPEN SATURDAY, 9 a.m. TILL 9 p.m. SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois «IIHK2^IPilHi ™»n*nr* r.ai.u will reside in Dixon. Mrs. Gaul is tne former Social Calendar Dixon chapter. DeMolay, Masonic Temple. ' 7:30 o'clock. First year Great Books discussion group, Loveland Community House. 8 o'clock. Thursday Past Noble Grands club in IOOF hall. 6:30 o'clock scramble supper. ERB Sunday school class. St. Paul's Lutheran church, fireside room of church. 7:30 o'clock. Contrary to popular belief, rat tlesnakes do not seek to avenge mate's death. They are attract ed to the death scene .by scent. Ciaduation Giit Special PAKKER PEN & PENCIL SETS Reg. $32.50 "51", now Sin Reg. 520.25 "51", now $12 Ueg- SS.75 "21", now $6.25 Also. Tarker Jotter Pens $2.95 to $5.00 HESS BOOK STORE 107 Galena Av Closed Thursday Afternoon OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P. M. Closed Saturday at 5 p. m. Halter Hit in Full Bloom Summers $himvaijt-Toni Todd's wonderful new way with the all-American classic. Molded to a close-fitting bodice, a semi-bared back and a full-blown skirt. Striking border print cotton-'pre-shrunk, color fast, really • joy on wash day. Black/brown, navy /fuchsia or grey/ tangerine on white ground. Siies^lO 10 18. $8.95 , Woman's Bible Class Names New Officers Thirtv-three members of the Women's Bible class, First Metho dist church, met last Thursda with Mrs. Hattie Randall and Mrs. Crawford Thomas in their nome, 622 Peona av. A dessert luncheon was served. Mrs. Franklin Sheely, president, as in charge of the regular bus-less meeting. The nominating ommittee presented names of of-cers for the next two year term: Miss Irma Gross, president; Mrs. Pauline Rife, vice president: Miss Flora Seals, social secretary: Miss Estella Anderson, treasurer, and Mrs. E. J. Brown, Sunday School Hour Secretary. The ballon was accepted. The annual birthday collection was taken for the treas- Mrs. Helen Martin, who was a guest of her mother. Mrs. D. G. Mays, sang "Grant Me Dear Lord Deep Peace of Mind" and "Soft" Were Your Hands Dear Jesus" accompanied by Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Harold Huffman gave two reading. "The Swan Song" and "The Church Tea." picnic was planned for June in the Grand Detour cottage of Mrs. Robert Ayres. Wednesday. June 1. 1955 Q J i „ I WCTU Friday Moors' Study Members of the Frances Willard Union, Dixon WCTU, will enjoy a 1 :30 o'clock dessert luncheon Friday, June 3. in Loveland Community House. The regular meeting will begin at 2 Mrs. Maude lesson study and Mrs. Ray Troup and Mrs. Robert Fulmer will pre- dig will give highlight Episcopal church mble luncheon Fri- ; o. in the Robert Warner 3 rand Detour. Mrs. Rob-er and Mrs. Susan Shaw Guarantied Cold Fur Storage GRACEY FUR SHOP 1 _'i .You'JJ Enjoy Troding ot Amos'. No. 8512 Sheraton Commode with leather top Size 16" x26"; Height 23" m m . 8510 Drum Table It ight 26V M So. Dime: Corktail Table with leather Size 13" X 38" No. 850* Sheraton Step Table with leather Size 17" x 26" Height 17" and 26" m !K -IT WAT." PageS v^iuu i las rany, Elects Officers Twenty-three members and one guest of the Mothers' study club were' present for the recent dinner Kime will 'give the ^ al flIe'Stlfa™' Later *• Robert Riggs with Mrs. Dorothy Kin- ! Sproui. co-hostess. of the Union j Election was held with the following named officers: president. Signal. Hostesses for the day will be Mesdames Theodore Wentling and Lyle Shippert. Visitors are welcome to attend. ST. AGNES GUILD St. Agnes Guild of St. Luke's Mrs. Lowell Martin: vice president, Mrs. Don Bamhart; secretary, Mrs. Lee Rintoul: treasurer Mrs. Kenneth Long; ' publicity, Mrs. Dorothy Sproul and program chairman, Mrs. Robert Riggs assisted by Mesdames Virgil Child- and John Longman. FIRST YEAR GREAT BOOKS The First Year Great Books discussion group will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in Loveland Community House. Adam Smith's, ••Wealth of Nations" will be discussed with Roger Thompson, the leader. 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