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Marshfield News-Herald from Marshfield, Wisconsin • 15

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NEWS-HERALD, Marshfield, Wis. Wednesday, Sept 20, 1950 Page 15 Weddings Gottschalk-Nosbisch A Nuptial High Mass was celebrated Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Colby, prior to which the Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society. St. Alban's Auxiliary St.

Alban's Auxiliary will meet at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon in the Guild Hall for the first regular dessert meeting after the summer recess. About 56,874 varieties of stamps are issued by postoffices of the world. John Gomppers Will Reside in Philadelphia Gold and russet gladioli and greens banked the altar of First Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 10, when Miss Alice Towne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.

Charles S. Towne, Marsh-field, became the bride of John E. Gompper, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.

F. Gompper, South Milwaukee. their wedding trip in northern Minnesota and Canada, Mrs. Gottschalk was attired in a two-piece turquoise dress with black accessories. The Gottschalks will reside in Arpin, where he is employed at Walter Brei's Cheese Factory.

For the past year she was a secretary for the St. Croix Corporation at Unity. Mrs. Gottschalk is a 1949 graduate of Colby High School and her husband attended high school at the Eau Claire Adult Vocational School. Out-of-town guests came from Marshfield, Milladore, Arpin, Neillsville, Unity, Birnamwood, Durand, Milwaukee.

Marathon, Wausau, North Washington, Iowa. New Hampton, Iowa, and Al- 1 bouquets of yellow gladioli. Marlene Mae Reigel, Milla-dore. niece of the bride as flower girl was attired identically to that of the bride and carried a basket of mixed garden flowers. Vincent Nosbisch, Marshfield, brother of the bride, was best man and Kenneth Kobs.

Milwaukee, and Lavern Nosbisch, Col-by, the latter another brother of the bride, were groomsmenr Carol Gottschalk, Colby, brother of the groom, and Victor Reigel, Milladore, brother-in-law of the bride, ushered. The bride's mother wore a black dress with matching accessories and the groom's mother a forest green forck with brown accessories. Both had corsages of red roses. A dinner for members of the immediate families was served at the bride's home, followed by a 4 o'clock reception for relatives and friends. The dinner table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake set off with lighted tapers.

Flowers, streamers, and wedding bells decorated the house. When the newlyweds left on When the temperature is If Vi-i yt is a ,4 Vsr "'IiIa. si r-ftiMi tt" ii Miss Alvera M. Nosbisch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Michael Nosbisch.

and Arnold A. Gottschalk. son of Mrs. Adel Gottschalk. all of Colby, "exchanged marriage vows before the pastor, the Rev.

N. B. Beschta. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The altars of St.

Mary's were decorated with baskets of varicolored gladioli and the aisle was white-carpeted. The bridal gown was fashioned of white satin and styled with a lace yoke coming to a point at the waistline, Peter Pan collar, long sleeves coming to points o-ver the wrists, and full train. Attached to a bonnet of net was a lace-edged three-quarter length veil. Red roses and white gladioli formed the bridal bouquet. Apple green satin gowns were worn by all the bridal attendants.

Miss Myrtle Gottschalk. Kennil-worth, 111., the groom's sister, as maid of honor, and Miss Lucille Gottschalk, Milwaukee, another sister of the groom, and Miss Dorothy Gosse, Milwaukee, his cousin, as bridesmaids. The attendants' gowns were styled similarly to that of the bride with the exception of short sleeves. Matching crowns and gauntlets completed their ensem-! TfJOEtlOriCTIME Mom needs her Fall coot. Dad youngsters need the KLAD-EZEE Snug, washable Social Activities Hub Rebekahs Hub Rebekah Lodge; No.

158, will meet at 8 o'clock Thursday evening in the I.O.OP. Hall. Mrs." May Beimel, associate vice-president and five members from her lodge at Mauston plan to be guests of the local group. A social time will follow the business meeting. needs his topcoat, TWEENER! "Sturdl-Sued" match helmet.

MAGAZINE. 13 arshfielcf I I. ri. i --i Patented Self-Help feature. Gay Scarlet, Royal Blue or Emerald Green.

roc Sizes 2-8 Matching bonnet or helmet, $1.00 KLAD-EZEE BABY TWEENER Perfect for "in-between" age, when baby begins to crawl or walk ideal for training, Joo! Cloud Blue, Baby Pink, (Lukowlca Studio. Colby) Mrs. Arnold A. Gottschalk bles and all three girls carried CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING The 2 o'clock nuptial service was conducted by the Rev. Robert Trobaugh.

The full bouffant skirt, of the white taffeta faille gown worn by the bride was emphasized by the slim dropped-shoulder effect tod-ice which was enhanced with a Belgian lace jacket designed with a small flared peplum and a Peter Pan collar. The three-quarter length sleeves were edged with flared ruffles. A small lace half-cloche held her waist-length veil of silk English illusion. White orchids centered the bouquet of gold and russet roses accented with sprays of stephanotis. 4 Attendants The green, russet, and gold theme was sustained by the attire of the bridal aides Miss Grace Ann Malone as maid of honor, and Misses Harriet Braun ond Alice Weller, all of Madison, as bridesmaids, and Shirley Davis, niece of the bride, as junior bridesmaid.

Miss Malone's gown of hunter green taffeta faille was ballerina-length and featured a dropped shoulder, tull skirt, and a bolero jacket finished at the neckline with a Peter Pan collar. The bridesmaids frocks of rust and f.old.- respectively, were designed like the maid of honor's, as was the hunter green frock worn by the junior bridesmaid. They all carried matching bouquets of gold and russet gladioli and mums and had small clusters of the matching mums in their hair. Aan Gompper, South Milwaukee, was bet man for his brother. Robert brother-in-law of the bride, Sauk City, and James Slagg, Milwaukee, seated th3 guests.

Sister Plays Organ During the service the bride'3 sister, Mrs. Staub, presided at the organ and Marvin Davis, her MERITS DEGREE Frank B. Purdy, Chicago, son of Mrs. Florence Puray. fc.

General av enue, was recently awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in commerce from DePaul University, Chicago. While in college Mr. Purdy majored in accounting and at present holds a position at the Worthington and Illinois Coal Co. as accountant. He is married and resides in Chicago.

brother-in-law, Marshfield. sang, "Because" and Promise Me." More than 100 guests were present at the reception held in the garden of the home of the bride's parents immediately following the ceremony. Presiding at the serving table were Miss Helena Johnson, Madison, and Mrs. James Slagg. Milwaukee.

The newlyweds are both graduates of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. After a honeymoon in northern Wisconsin Mr. Gompper and his bride will reside in Philadelphia where he will continue his studies at the University of Pennsylvania to obtain his" master's degree in business administration The more than 100 out-of-town relatives and friends at the celebration came from Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Madison, St. Paul and Fond du Lac. Social Situations Your husband's -mother comes to visit you and you give a party in her honor.

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Church Events Mrs. Parmelee's Group Mrs. Albert Johnson, 108 S. Cedar street, will be hostess Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at hpr hnmo to members of Mrs. Harold Parmelee's Committee of 27.50 i4 ore KWtt wmdow a new view of the 3-piece sUit GmWr -fx I oK LdilorUfly I t-T 'tl4 featured in V- VOGUE I tit, St.

1 As Seen in Vogue ILS ORIGINAlil Jsfi St I d.v i I i Three pieces odd up to two different suits and that's a smart way to count your fashion money! Wear the jacket and one skirt in rayon window-checks switch to the solid-color rayon skirt ond you have two-toner. Misses' 10-18. 100 worsted jersey. So cozy, so you'll adore its long, gathered sleeves; tiny rounded collar and peg-top hip pockets. In these I tempting blackcocoa, blackgreen, heatherbrown, Sizes 12-16 17.95 Glamour begins by day in a Heather worsted jersey that comes to dinner with a cardigan for escort! Huge hooks and eyes on the novelty cardigan are bright conversation pieces! Blue Heather -13' 39.75.

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