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SOCIETY and CLUBS (items must be in by noon Mmv~y) I POPE - ZEHR waist and sweetheart neck- lines. They were accented with lavender wide brim hats. Frank Kandel of Eureka, Ill., served as best man and groomsman was Maynard Blrkey of Dewey, Ill., both friends of the groom. The groom sang "Colour My Worldm preceding the cer- emony. Miss Merilee Stehlik, Lincoln, Nebr., accompanied the groom. Miss Judy Jeffery, Burr Oak, sang "Song on Ruthm, "The Lord's Prayerm, and "We'll Walk With God". Organ accompanist was Mrs. Ros- etta Jeffery, Burr Oak. Miss Susan Jeffery provided flute music precedingthe ceremony and also accompanied the groom. Ushers were Arnold Boi- ler of Billsboro, friend of the groom, and David Pope, Te- eumseh, brother of the bride. Mrs. Velma Smuck and Mrs. LaJuanta Winslow of Burr Oak, friends of the bride cut the three tiered wedding The Table Rock Methodist waist. Her floor length veil cake with 6 heart shaped Church was the setting forthe fell from a beige wide brim- cakes forming the base and a reed hat. The gown was lash- lavender fountain flowing in loned by their mother. Her only jewelry was aheart shap- ed pendant worn by her moth- er at her wedding. She carried a bouquet of five gardenias surrounded by stephanotias the center. Mrs. Betty Pope of Te- cemseh poured the punch and Mrs. Shirley Wilkinson of Eagle, Nebr., poured coffee. The cake was baked by of Cynthia Sue Pope Cloud, Nebr., and Rob- E. Zehr of Burr Oak, on the 26th of June at P.m. The double ring ceremony Performed by Rev. Don and Rev. John Hedges. streamers. Mrs. Mervin Geyer. The serv- Parents of the couple are Matron of honor was Mrs. ing table was decorated by ~r. and Mrs. Robert A. Pope Marcia Hoover, sister of the Mrs. Betty Urtiska. Cg Table Rock, Nebr., and Mrs. bride, and bridesmaid was Miss Kim Pope, sister of Faith Zehr of Foosland, Ill. Mrs. Elaine Parde, friend of the bride, was at the guest The bride, given in mar-the bride, both of York, Nebr. book. They carried nosegay bou- quets of pink miniature car- nations and lavenderdaisies. Candelighters were Miss Becky Jeffery and Mrs. Sher- ie Wlnslow, both of Burr Oak, friends of the bride. The ma- tron and candlelighters wore floor length gowns of lavender sheer print over lavender checked gingham, with empire For her daughter's wed- cling Mrs, Pope chose a light lavender floor length gown and the mother of the groom chose a peach crepe gown. Both wore lavender orchid corsag- es. The reception Immediately following the ceremony was held in the church basement. Host and hostess were Mr. by her perents and es- down the isle by her wore her sister's wed- gown of candlelite satin A-lined stlhoutte trim- With chantilly lace. The waist featured sweet- tort neckline and mutton sleeves trimmed lace. The chapel length was attached at the (Tlmre's Oee Jest Arwml tlw Cecm~ NIGNTS RESERVED TO LIMIT (H/ANTITIES. pter Hours Call PIII(ES iFFKTIV! WNIU QUANTITIES i,ASTt 'r '" 14-HOUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE sin,. Pho..J V2-OZ. SIZE VISINE EYE DROPS SALE 99c PRICE BONUS PAK 176's 16-0Z. SIZE GELUSIL ALBERTO BALSAM TABLETS CONDITIONER RIG. SUP|| R.BO0 SALE P 10 SALE $ 19 ' PRICE PRICE J EACH 8-OZ. SIZE ARRID EXTRA DRY S ANTI-PERSPIRANT PRAY DEOD. "SCENTED *UNSCENTED FSI~ALs ICE EACH PKG.,130 J&J RED CROSS COTTON BALLS, SALE 71c PRICE 32.0Z. SIZE CEPACOL MOUTHWASH SALE 9 PRICE 4-OZ. SIZE CRUEX AEROSOL SA. $139 PRICE # L149B BIC BUTANE LIGHTER $14v SALE 2 , PRICE b-OZ. SIZE DESENEX AEROSOL SALE $139 PRICE PKG. 30 SINUTAB TABLETS -" $149 PRICE STYLE # 1151 EMKO FOAM KIT SALE PRICE 1V4-OZ. SIZE BEN GAY OINTMENT SALE PRICE SUmmer Holidays can be 'HOT,' too, Stop at the MANKATO PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY for Cool drinks, suntan lotion, unglasses, swimming SUpplies, mosquito repellent; and the new fountain addition, a delicious banana split. Mo0ndrops "Babe" Cologne Stephe t B. Estee Lauder Jantue Jovan Musk Jovan Ginseng Charlie and Mrs. Maurice J~ffery of Burr Oak. Presiding at the gift table were Mrs. Robbyn Roeffs, Dil- ler, Nebr., Mrs. Kaye Cumro, Humboldt, Nebr., and Miss Mary Findley, Lincoln, Nebr., all friends of the bride. Car- rying gifts were Misses Mar- tha and Becky Binder and Miss Laura Doeschot. The bride has been work- ing as a lab technician at Red Cloud, Nebr., and the groom. taught Industrial Arts at Burr Oak. Following a trip to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks the couple will be making their home near Dewey, Ill. CALENDAR Thursday, July 22 - Bide-A-Wee Club- Merna Thronson W.Y.W. - Mrs. Emit Sink Saturday, July 24 - East Union Card Party Monday, July 26 - Baptist W.M.U. Tuesday, July 27 - Brldgatte Club- Mrs. Harold Ahrens BRIDGETTE CLUB Miss Adelaide Regnler en- tertained members of the Bridgette Club at her home on July 13th. High score was won by Mrs. Lester Broyles. The next meeting will be July 27th at the home of Mrs. Harold Ahrelm. STEPP-LARSON The United Presbyterian Church in Smith Center was the setting for the June 12th wedding of Maria Jean Stepp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Stepp of Smith Center, and Craig Wayne Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Lar- son, Oberlin. Officiating at the double ring nuptials was the Rev. Kenneth Kaufmann, pastor of the St. Johnms Lnth- ern Church of Oberlin. The chancel was decorated with arrangements of pastel daisies of the bride's chosen colors of ice blue, blush pink, pastel orange, mint green, and lemon yellow. It was centered with a white unity wedding can- dle which was lit by the couple during the ceremony. Can- delabra holding pastel candles were entwined with greenery and daisies. Pews were mal'k- ed with white satin bows and daisies. Miss Patti Overmiller of Bellaire was organist and ac- companied Mrs. Val Dean Bur- gass of Bellaire as she sang "Sunrise, Sunset,n uOne Hand, One Heart,m "Wedding Song" and "The Lord's Prayer." The tapers were lighted by Miss Suzanne Larson of Winfield and Miss Jeanne Larson of Ober- lin, twin sisters of the groom. They wore yellow empire waistline gowns and picture hats. They carried yellow ta- pers trimmed with white lace and ribbon. The pealing of the church bells announced the commencing and ending of the ceremony. The bride, given in mar- riaga by her parents, chose a gown of windsong trimmed in Venetian lace and featuring a self-train, V-neckline, high fitted shapped midriff, and long sleeves ending in lace cuffs. It was made by her sister, Mrs. Stephen Lanterman, Saiina. A lace Camelot headpiece held her long veil. She wore a di- amond lavalier belonging to her maternal grandmother and diamond earrings, the gift of the groom. The bridal bouquet was of white roses, pastel car- nations, and baby's breath. Mrs. Stephen Lanterman, sister of the bride, attired in ice blue, served as matron of honor. Mrs. Steven Hotchkiss, Gaylord, cousin of the bride, wearing pink, and Mrs. Randy Pevard, Cozad, Nebr., wear- ing orange were bridesma- trans. Miss Betty Linneman, Hays, wearing green, was the bridesmaid. Their gowns were of wings of love nostaligia print satin. They featured em- pire waistlines, elbow-length sleeves and rolled collars. Each wore a white picture hat trimmed in streamers match- ing her gown, and carried a single long-stem carnation dyed to match. Master Douglas Lanterman of Salina, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. Honoring the groom as best man was Gary Cathcart of Oberlin. Grooms- men included Evan Robinson and Brad Larson, brother of the groom, Oberlin, and Ralph Stepp, Smith Center, brother of the bride. Seatingthe guests were Stephen Lanterman, bro- ther-in-law of the bride, and Norman WendeHn, Herndon. The groom, attendants, ushers, and fathers of the couple wore white tuxedos and ruffled shirts matching the bridesmaids. The mother of the bride wore a gown of moss green. The groom's mother was attired In a gown of sea- foam. Both wore jackets, white accessories and corsages of mint green carnations. The reception was held in the church basement. )k white lace tablecloth over pale pink covered the reception table. A four-tiered wedding cake inthe bride's chosen colors, topped by a minature bride and groom, centered the table. Pinktapers and the bridal bouquet com- pleted the setting. Miss Ben- nee Larson, sister of the groom, presided at the guest book. Assisting at the recep- tion were friends of the bride, Susan Bremmerman, Diane Gasper, Janet Bohllng, Bonnie Adelhardt, Heather Korb, Da- his Woodham, Janeen Balm, Jocelyn Kitchen, and Lisa Lat- tin, and members of the Gen- eva Guild. The bride attended school at Burr Oak and graduated from the Smith Center High School. The groom graduated from the Oberlin High School and Colby Community College. He was a member of the Tan Kappa Epislon fraternity. Both attended Fort Hays Kansas State College. The groom will be a senior at Fort Hays this fall and the bride will be a sophomore. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will be home this summer near Oberlin where the groom farms. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lar- son entertained with a post- rehersal dinner for their son, Craig, and his bride, Maria Jean Stepp, at Paul's Care in Smith Center. Guests included the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. carl Stepp, and mem- bers of the wedding party. Mrs. Margaret Murray and daughters of Napa, Calif., Mrs. Pearl Murray, El Cajon, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hughes and Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hodgas, Mrs. Carla Duvall and children, Mrs. Hul- da Ryan, Mrs. Lillian Murray, and Mrs. Nina Murray were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. BUd Lange. You get that our low rates..'.' Along with our famous low-cost auto protection comes a promise of prompt, personal service. Stop by or give me a Call. W. R. "Hap" Wilson Pboae FR &-3298 306 S. Center - Mankato, Uke a good noiohbor, SI'ATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office Boomtngton, Illinom I( O I Mrs. Alton (Ruby) Kale of Seneca and her daughter Elaine Kale of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, visited here last week on business and called at the Record affice. Flaine teaches preschool children in Dartmouth. They planned to visit Mrs. Kale's son Steve, a research economist at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Steve is also work- ing on a doctor's degree in geography. Another son James Kale, is employed in the com- puter division of Ambassador College in Pasadena, Calif. He and his wife havetwobo) s, JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 22, 1976 Page 3 - Section 1 Daniel J ames and David G rant. Mrs. Ralph Arasmith of Jewell was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Darus Henningsen at the Tastee- Freez in Jewell. The after- noon was spent at the Ara- smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Henry of South ilaven, Mich., were guests of Mrs. Sue GreenFri- day, July 16th. Mrs. Henry is d niece of Mrs. Green. Tune In to Sdentific We have the vary latest in scientific tune- up equipment to insure proper performance from your engine. Isn't it about time you had a tune-up? Tune in to a better running car with our scientific tune-up. Hurry. - MufflerU- Wheel Alignment Complete Overhaul Call tts for On-The-Farm Tire Goodyear Tractor Tires in Steek. O 0 b( I I I