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Miss Andersen, Howard Cross Exchange Vows St. Paul's English Lutheran church the scene of the wedding at 3.0 o'clock this afternoon of ard Cross. Rev. Riley performed Miss Elaine Anderson and How- the ceremony. Miss Anderson was given in marriage by her father.

Bonnie Gallau sang Perfect Love" and "Lord's Prayer." The bride is the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Anderson, 132 Jack-, son street, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Edwin Cross. 315 Grandview avenue, Menasha. Mrs. James Fransway was her sisters matron of honor. The bridemaids were Marjorie Nagel and Geraldine Konow, Larsen, cousin of the bridegroom.

John Nixon was best man. Russell Cross, a brother of the groom, and James Fransway, brother-in-law of the bride, were ushers. Jean and Jay twin niece and nephew of the bridegroom, were flower girl and ring bearer, respectively. The bride chose a candlelight slipper satin gown, with a full skirt, long 'sleeves and long train. Her fingertip veil is of chantilly lace, held in place by a small lace Juliette cap edged with seed pearls.

The yoke of the gown is of marquisette, trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a crescent of white gardenias. The matron of honor wore a peacock blue taffeta gown. The bridesmaids wore gowns of American beauty taffeta. All the attendants carried fanlike bouquets, consisting of pink roses at the base, which could later be detached and worn as a corsage, and pink snapdragons.

which finished the fan-like effect. The flower girl carried a bouquet in miniature of the attendants. The bride's mother wore a grey print dress with white accessories. She and the bridegroom's mother had corsages of white gladiolas and rose buds. Dinner will be served o'- clock at the Greenville Grange for 100 guests.

A dance and reception will follow from 8 o'clock until 1 o'clock. The couple will spend a few days at a cottage, on Maiden lake and then to drive through Canada for several days. On their return, they will reside at Jackson street. Fresno, Guests will California; be present Chicago, from. waukee, Oshkosh, Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay, and Appleton, Neenah Miss Anderson school is a and graduate of Constance school of Cosmetology, Oshkosh.

Mr. Cross is a graduate of Menasha high school and of the Outagamie bride Normal is school Kay. the Mae Marion kauna. The emplogarior; the groom is teaching at Clayton Center school. Society Picnic Supper Ever Ready Bible class of the Methodist church will have a pic-: nic supper at the 103 home of Caroline Mrs.

Belle Williams, Monday evening at 6 o'- street, clock. To Hold Picnic Riverside park will be the scene of a picnic Wednesday evening at 5:30 o'clock for the church school families and teachers of the First Presbyterian church. Mr. Announce and Mrs. Engagement Leo Marshall of Omro have announced the engagement of their daughter Marion Mrs.

to Gertrude Clarence Kemmeter, "Menasha. An August verading is being planned. Invite Oshkosh Dancers The Oshkosh Square Dance club members have been invited to join the Neenah group of Neenah members this evening at Riverside park for a night of dancing. Choir To Have Picnic Plans have been completed for the annual picnic of the choir of Our Savior Lutheran church which will be held at Waupaca, Sunday, July 10. Joan Bleeker is in charge of arrangements for which will be held at the Bienity cottage at Chain o' Lakes.

Wed at Kaukauna Miss Carmen L. Meagher, Tobacnoir street, Kaukauna, and Donald W. Steber, 424 Elm street, Menasha, were united in marriage in a ceremony performed by Justice of the Peace R. H. McCarty in the Kaukauna city hall at 5 o'- clock Wednesday afternoon.

The attendants were Marshall J. Stratton and Virginia M. Stratton. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs.

Fredric Schnasse, 311 Union street, Neenah, have announced 1 the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to James Kosloski, son of Mrs. Bertha Kosloski, Appleton street, Menasha. No date has been set for the wedding. Committee To Meet Anniversary planning committee of Immanuel Evangelical church will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the church parlors. Tabitha Society To Meet Tabitha society of Our Savior's Lutheran church will meet Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock in the church parlors.

Miss Betty Beste and Miss Marie Hein will be the hostesses. Mrs. Paul Groth will give a report on the history and work of the Lutheran Welfare society. Coal was discovered in Washington state in 1833. Miss Lois A.

Mielke, Richard J. Kolasinski Wed in St. John Church Neenha In a double ring ceremony this morning at 10 o'clock in St. John's Catholic church, Menasha, Miss Lois Ann Mielke became the le of Richard J. Kolosinski.

Rev. Joseph Szupryt was formed given the in ceremony. marriage The by bride her "Ave Mrs. Maria" Richard and "On Laemmrich This Day Beautiful Mother." Miss Mielke is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur L. Mielke, 312 Hewitt street, and Mr. Kolasinski is the son Mr. and Joseph Kolasinski, 325 Third street, Menasha. The bride's sister, Mrs.

Roland Luckow, was matron: of honor. The bridesmaids were Doris Meyer, cousin of the bride; Marian Kolasinski, sister of the groom and Pat Kuester. Roland Weiss was best man, the other groomsmen being George Kolasinski, cousin of the bridegroom, and Clarence Gidlof. The ushers were Roland Luckow, and brotherlaw of the bride, Kolasinski, a cousin of the bridegroom. Lois Jean Eisenach was the flower girl and Kenny Czarnyszka was the ring bearer.

The bride wore a dress of white satin with 1 pearl trim and carried a bouquet of pink roses. mixed with white flowers. The attendants all wore white dresses and carried bouquets of roses. There will be a dinner at 5 o'- clock at Wil Sear's for the immediate families. The reception will be at S.

A. Cook armory in the evening. After a two-week trip in Canada, Third the honeymoon couple will reside at street, Menasha. Miss Mielke graduated from Neenah high school and is emin the main office of the Kimberly-Clark corporation. Mr.

ployed Kolasinski graduated Menasha high school and is employed at Badger-Globe Guests were present from Milwaukee, Chicago, Des. Moines, Iowa, Appleton and Michigan. Vows Repeated by Bette Jane Keapock And Douglas Crane Marriage vows were exchanged a double ring ceremony today at St. Patrick's church by Bette Jane Keapock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Keapock, 235 Third street, Menasha, and Doug. las M. Crane, son of Mrs. Marie Crane, Water street, MenRev. Joseph Ahearn officiheated at the Kenneth high mass.

sister of Mrs. Maas, the bride matron of honor, with Miss Doris Coonen and Miss Patricia McDaniels as bridesmaids. The groom's best man was his brother Ray Crane. William Wood and Richard Crane, another brother, were the attendants. Marseilles Bayer and Kenneth Maas served as ushers.

A noon dinner was held for the bridal party and immediate families at St. Patrick's school hall, followed by a reception at the home of the bride for 150 guests. The bride, a graduate of high school, has been employed by the Marathon Paper Corporation. The groom, employed at the Starnge Pail Company, served in the navy five years after graduating from Neenah high school. a two weeks' trip to Internation Falls, Minnesota, and Canada, the couple will reside at 235 Third street, Menasha.

Miss Marion Williams And Robert Ste Marie Repeat Wedding Vows Given in marriage by her father, Miss Marion Williams became the bride of Robert Ste. Marie at 10 o'clock. this morning in St. Mary's Catholic church. Rev.

Joseph Becker, pastor, officiated at the ceremony which was performed during a solemn high Mass. The church was decorated with garden flowers. Miss Williams is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J.

Williams, 912 Seventh street, Menasha, and Mr. Ste. Marie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Ste.

Marie, 840 Seventh street, Menasha. Miss Carole Ste. Marie, sister of the bridegroom, was the maid of honor and Miss Dorothy Williams, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. The best man was Donald Williams, brother of the bride, and Kenneth Ste. Marie, brother of the bridegroom, was the other attendant.

Gerald Ste, Marie, an uncle of the bridegroom, and Steve Williams, Chicago, an uncle of the bride, were the ushers. A dinner was served at 1 o'. clock at the Poinsetta tea room for the immediate families. The reception will be from 4 o'clock until 8 o'clock at the Neenah Eagle hall. A buffet supper will be served.

The couple will live in Menasha. Miss Williams is employed at the Neenah-Menasha Apostolate and Mr. Ste. Marie is employed by the Marathon corporation. Guests were present from Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and several sections of Wisconsin.

Births Mr. and Mrs. Ray Handler, 409 Isabella street, have a son, born June 25 at Theda Clark hospital. Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Pack, Water street, have a son born June 25 at Theda Clark hospital. Dial 2-7707 for Nows-Times Want Ads Miss Ruth Eckstein Of Larsen is Bride Of John Froehlke Given in marriage by her father this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Ruth Eckstein became the bride of John Froehlke. The was performed in Grace Lutheran church, Winchester, by Rev. A. H.

Anderson. Mrs. Gladys DeGroot sang "Because" and "Entreat Thee Not to Leave Me." Miss Eckstein is the daughter of Mr. Coleman Eckstein, Larsen: Mr. Froehlke is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Herbert Froehlke, 706 East Forest avenue. Doris Eckstein was her sister's maid The best man was Bob Froehlke, brother of the groom. The reception will be held at the YWCA from 3 o'clock until 5 o'clock. The bride's dress was white organdy, with short sleeves and a Peter Pan collar.

She wore a large picture hat and carried a bouquet of white carnations, The maid of honor wore white organdy over a blue skirt. She wore a large picture hat and carried blue carnations. The bride's grandmother wore a navy blue print dress with a corsage of white and red carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore an aqua dress with a corsage of pink carnations. After a two week honeymoon to Canada and Niagara Falls, the couple will reside at street, Neenah.

Miss Eckstein is a graduate of Winneconne high school and Oshkosh business college; Mr. Froehlke is a graduate of Marshfield high school and a veteran of four years in the navy. He is presently employed as a carpenter in Neenah. will be present from Milwaukee, Madison, Marshfield, Oshkosh and Appleton. Miss Marion Korth Of Menasha Bride Of Appleton Man Marion Korth.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Korath, 237 Lake street, Menasha, and James F.

Kamba, son of Mrs. Peter Stark, 804 South Mueller street, Appleton. were married this afternoon at 2 o'clock in Mount Olive Lutheran church, Appleton. Rev. R.

E. Ziesemer performed the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Bonnie Gallau, Menasha, sang "Lord's Prayer" and "I Love Thee Truly." The bride's cousin, Althea Korth, was maid of honor. Marvin Schimmelphenning was best man and Robert Kamba, brother.

of the groom, and Alden Korth, cousin of the bride, were the ushers. The bride's dress was of traditional white satin, trimmed with had a rhinestones long train across and the, a yoke. fingertip It veil. The headpiece, trimmed with pearls and rhinestones, was worn by the bride's mother, Miss Korth carried a bouquet of gardenias and pink roses. Green marquisette over velvet was the costume of the maid of honor.

She carried a bouquet of coral glads which were repeated in her hair, forming her headpiece. For 'something old' the bride wore her mother's cross. Dinner will be served at 5:30 o'clock at the Paramount Cafe for the immediate families. The reception will follow 7:30, also at the Paramount. After a few days in northern Wisconsin, the 'couple will live in a new home on route 2.

Menasha. Mr. Kamba is employed by the Marathon, corporation. Mrs. Campbell Named To Auxiliary Office Mrs.

Lillian Campbell of Neenah was elected to the office of guard at the closing session of the state convention of Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary at LaCrosse. A Delicious SUNDAY DINNER Stop Worrying About the Hot Weather! Make it a Habit to Meet Your Friends in Our Cocktail Bar or relax out on our CANOPIED PORCH. where you can enjoy your favorite drinks (made with a full ounce) and listen to the music of HALMESKE on the Hammond organ and piano. The VALLEY INN Neenah Dial 2-7761 June 25, '49 NEWS- TIMES Neenah-Menasha, Geraldine Rickert, Appleton, Is Bride of Gerald Woeckner Ruth De Voe of Manistique to Wed Donald Bentzen Today Ruth Allegra De Voe, daughter Mr. and Mrs.

William McKinley De Voe, Manistique, will become the bride of Donald Whelply Bentzen, Appleton, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bentzen, 611 Grove street, in a ceremony this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Jefferson avenue Methodist church at Manistique. Dr. V.

L. Clear, an uncle of the bride, will officiate. Miss Eileen Brown, a sorority sister of the bride, will be maid of honor. The bridesmaids will be Beverly Soderstrom, Marion Daar, and Ora Mae Schwertfeger, California Charles Bentzen will be his brother's best man. The ushers will be Douglas H.

Carnegie, Detroit, and Howard Angermeyer and Chester Wittenborn Neenah. The bride's dress is of imported chantilly lace and French tulle over white satin. It has fitted bodice, long sleeves, and a tiny of tulle opens over falls round collar. The bouffants skirt into a long circular train. Her veil is fingertip in length, of French illusion lace, held in place by a three tiered bonnet of illusion.

She will carry a white orchid in a bed of white carnations, The attendants will be gowned" alike in yellow organdy satin. They will carry baskets of assorted flowers and their head dresses will be bands of daisies. The bride's mother chose beige crepe dress with matching hat; the bridegroom's mother, a blue crepe with matching accessories. The bride's traveling costume will be a pink linen suit with cocoa brown accessories, and a white orchid corsage. There will be a reception at the Women's City club immediately after the ceremony.

The couple will go to Gratiot Inn and tour the region around Georgian Bay. They will be at home after July 10 at Appleton. K-C Engineers to Hold Picnic July 20 The Kimberly-Clark Engineers club will hold a picnic July 20, at Strobe's Island. Dan Kutchers, vice-president of the club, has been named general chairman. Jim Kraus and Ed Pickarz will be in charge of refreshments.

Edward Jacobs and Ray Lagodney are to arrange. the entertainment and Smith is in charge of tickets Robert Jacobson handling the publicity. Mary Joanne To Wed W. L. Furman Mrs.

John Aylward, 137 Harrison street, has announced the proaching marriage of her William daugh- Lyle ter, Mary Joanne, to Furman, Larsen. The wedding will take place in St. Margaret Mary church, July 16. I Save Head Want Ads Vows are Exchanged By Elizabeth Bayer And Martin W. Ebben Father Duer performed the cer.

emony this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary church, which united Elizabeth Bayer and Martin W. Ebben in matrimony. Miss Bayer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Bayer, 731 Milwaukee street, Menasha; Mr. Ebben is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William ben, route 1, Kaukauna. The maid of honor was Miss Gladys Hoyman, Neenah, and I Robert Ebben was his brother's best man.

Dinner served at the home of the bride's parents at 12:30 o'clock for the immediate families. Germania hall will be 7 o'clock until 10 o'clock. reception from the scene of the After two weeks in New York, Mr. and Mrs. Ebben will live at Fifth street, Neenah.

Mr. Ebben is employed at the West Disenfecting company. Guests from out of town will include Mr. and Mrs. Albert De Wilzt, Marine City, Michigan; and Cyril Bayer, from Georgetown University, Washington, D.

Margaret Dallman, George Langlois of Rhinelander to Wed Margaret Dallman, 238 Nicolet boulevard, Menasha, and Ernest Langlois, son of George Langlois, Rhinelander, will be married this afternoon at 4 o'clock in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Rev. S. H. Roth performing the ceremony.

The matron of honor and best man will be the bride's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Hawkinson. The bride's dress. has a lace yoke and cap sleeves.

There is a lase insertion on the over-skirt. Her hat and gloves are white nylon. She will wear an orchid corsage. The matron of honor will wear a dress similar to the bride's, except it is toast in color; she will carry a bouquet of yellow roses and white carnations. The dinner will be served at 5:30 at the Island Inn for immediate relatives, and friends.

The couple live at 238 Nicolet boulevard. Out of town guests include Mr. and Mrs. John Ratayczak, Peshtigo; Mr. and Mrs.

William Kort, and Mr. and James Dougherty, Shawano; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Behnke, sons Roman and Willard, and daughter Dolores, Reedsville; Mr. Mrs.

Eldor Behnke and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wonrow, Potters; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scherer Mr.

Mrs. David Krug, Fond du Lac; and Mr. and Mrs. Len Langlois, Dial 2-7707 tor News- Times Want Ads IT'S GOOD! IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD! SUPER ICE CREAM MANUFACTURED BY THE ONLY CONCERN ALL ITS IN TIME THE FOX RIVER VALLEY THAT DEVOTES AND SKILL TO MAKING NOTHING BUT GOOD ICE CREAM! Served and sold in your neighborhood at the VALLEY CHUDACOFF'S COFFEE SHOP GROCERY 190 Main it's a Menasha to 182 Main Menasha treat eat" Free Delivery Manufactured by SUPER ICE CREAM CO. 151 Main St.

Menasha Dial 2-3181 MISS VELMA BEHM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Behm, 157 Gruenwald avenue, became the bride of Melvin Beyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beyer, 151 McKinley street, last Saturday afternoon at Trinity Luthan church.

Mr. and Mrs. Beyer will reside on route 1 when they return from their honeymoon trip to northern Wisconsin. Miss Edith Friestrom Of Appleton is Bride Of Richard Pawlowski Richard Pawlowski, son of Mrs. Agnes Pawlowski, 762 Milwaukee street, Menasha, took Miss Edith M.

Friestrom, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Friestrom, 16281 South Oneida street, Appleton, as his bride morning at 9 o'clock in St. John's Catholic church, nasha. Rev. Szupryt performed the ceremony.

sister Robert Friestrom gave his in marriage. During the ceremony, Miss Myrtle Farrell, Appleton, sang "Ave Maria" and "On This Day Beautiful Mother." Joan Kiefer, was maid of honor; and and the bridesmaids were Betty Helen Friestrom, sisters of the bride, Jeanette Andrews, Iron Mountain, Mary Ann Pollak and Mrs. George Schommer, Little Chute. Donald Jaskolski was best man, the groomsmen were Roland Jaskolski, Robert Pawlowski, Carl Kiefer, all cousins of the bridegroom, and George Schommer. Gerald Friestrom, brother of the bride, and Marvin Kiefer, cousin of the bridegroom, were the ushers.

Judy Weiss, niece of the bride, was the flower girl and Lloyd Gereaux, cousin of the bridegroom, was the ring bearer. Dinner will be served at the Falcon hall at 5:30 o'clock for about 250 guests. The reception will also be at Falcon hall starting at 8 o'clock and continuing with a dance until 1 o'clock. Miss Friestrom is a graduate of Iron Mountain high school and is employed at the telephone company office at Appleton. Mr.

Pawlowski is a graduate of Menasha high school and the De Forest Electrical Engineering school in Chicago. Dr. Frank C. Babcock, Appleton Dentist, Dies Appleton Dr. Frank C.

Babcock, 74, of 521 North Union street, Appleton, died at his home Friday evening after a long illness. Before coming to Appleton three years ago he resided in Kaukauna. Dr. Babcock 15 years Board as member of the of Health's Dental Examing board. Funeral services will be at All Saints Episcopal church, Appleton, Monday.

at 2 p. m. At 11 o'clock this morning in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Appleton, Miss Geraldine Rickert became the bride Gerald Woeckner. Father Claude formed the double ring ceremony which, Mass.

was Miss followed Rickert by a was nupital given in marriage by her father. Joan Van Rooy, Appleton, sang. "Panis Angelieus" and "On This Day Beautiful Mother." The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rickert, 609 North Summit street.

Appleton; the bridegrom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woeckner, 380 Winnebago avenue, Menasha. Miss Marilyn Rickert, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Griesbach and Mrs.

E. Blakeslee. Owen Boyce, Menasha, was best man. The other groomsman was William Zelinski, George Bernhagen, and Elmer Blakeslee, Appleton, were the ushers. The dinner was at Hammen's.

Hotel, Little Chute, at 12:30, for the wedding party and the immediate families. Four hundred quests are expected at the reception which will be held at the Crystal of the Conway hotel, Appleton. A buffett supper for 150 guests will be served at the home of the bride's parents. Wisconsin, the honeymoon couple in will live at Fourth street. Neenah.

Miss Rickert is emploved in the research laboratory at Marathon: Mr. Woeckner is associated with his father in the Woeckner Jewelry store. Guests will be present from Oshkosh. Berlin, Kohler, Ripon, Garden City, Michigan, and Chicago, Dial 2-7707 for News- Times Want Ads Dorothy Resch and Clarence Zelenski Of Menasha United Dorothy Rescht and Clarence Zelenski, were morning united at 8 in matri- o'clock in a ceremony in St. Mary Catholic church, Menasha, performed by Father W.

Rickert. Paul Rippl sang "Ave Maria" and "Panis Miss Resch, is the daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Resch, 711 Tayco street, Menasha and Mr. Zelenski is. the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Zelenski, 729. Appleton street. Menasha, Ed Resch gave his sister in marriage. The maid of honor was Priscilla Resch, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaid, was Armilla Resch, another sister of the bride.

Norman. Zelinski was his brother's best man. The bride chose marquisette over satin for her gown; the attendants were attired in taffeta, the maid of honor in yellow, and the bridesmaid in green. The bride's bouquet was red roses and white stock; the attendants had bouquets of yellow and white carnations. Dinner for the immediate families was served at 12 2 noon at St.

Mary social hall. The reception will be at the Ervin Resch home, from 8 until 12 o'clock. Supper will be served at 5 o'clock at the social hall for the aunts and uncles. After a week of touring northern Wisconsin, the couple will live at 729 Appleton street, Menasha. They are both employed at Marathon corporation.

Guests are expected from Milwaukee and Marinette. Use Our "Help Wanted" Ads For Competent Help Equitable Reserve Ranks High In Life Insurance Field In a previous advertisement, quotations were given from Dunne's Policy Holders Reporting Service on the Rating for the Equitable Reserve Association of (Excellent) Naturally this life insurance Association takes pride in the highly favorable recognition accorded it in the Insurance world. In the belief that the public at large, and especially the citizens of Neenah and Menasha, will be interested in the statements of nationally recognized insurance experts con cerning this Home institution, additional details from the Dunne report follows: "Comparison of total resources with all liabilities showed that the Association on Jan. 1. 1949 had, $118.50 of assets for each $100 of Liabilities.

This margin of Safety is greatly above average when compared with the ratios maintained by large, long Life insurance institutions. (This is one of the reasons that Dunne's gives the rating of (Excellent) to the Equitable Reserve Association) "The proportion of liquid assets is of prime importance in the administration of any insurance institution. The Liquid Assets are cash, and those securities which may be converted immediately to cash. "Examination of the annual financial statement reveals that insurance in force had reached a total of $40,007,299. This total had increased $569,209 during the year.

New Insurance written during 1948 amounted to $2,981,486. "There were no claims due and unpaid at the end of the year. "The ratio of income to disbursements was 128.76%, meaning that the Association took in $128.76 for each $100 paid out. The excess income was credited to certificate holders' reserves or added to surplus for their additional protection." Equitable Reserve Association Legal Reserve Life Insurance for Men, Women and Children.

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