The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1946 Page: 2 of 10
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Friday, March 15,1948
in CALDWELL NEWS
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jii 8 Evelyn Ondru.vi:, daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Joe V. Ondraaek
of Dime Box, Itecume the bride of
Theodore Zahn, son of Mr. Charlen
Zahn of Houston, in a ceremony
h<-J|l •! the Brethren manse at 3:30
o'iTiwÉ Saturday afternoon, March
'¿, Kev. II. K. lieseda otfii-iutiiiK in
the double ring ceremony.
The bride chose for her wedding
a powder blue woolen suit with ac-
cessories in navy blue. Her cor-
sage was a pretty combination of
tulle and stephanotis.
or, was the bride's only attendant.
She wore an aqua blue crepe dress
with brown accessories. Her cor-
sage was of pink carnations. Ueorge
August of Birmingham, Alabama,
was best man.
Mrs. Wright is a graduate of
ioiwd noctgays of bright spring
blossoms. Tne wadding cake
topped with a miniature bride ana
groom held the center of the bride's
After a short honeymoon, the
couple will make their hume with
the bride's parents for the present.
Surprise Birthday I'arty
A surprise birthday party was.
- - given Larry Valigura on his sixth!
( aldwell high school and attended, birthday Thursday, February 28,
the Austin School of Business, and | U( the home of his grandparents,I
bus been employed by the State Mr> and Mrs. Paul Valigura Sr.
Highway Department in Austin foi Theme who hel|*e«l him celebrate
the past two and u half years. Mr. tj,is happy occasion were Arnold,
W right is a graduate of Oneonta , alHy „mi |<y()ia prazuki K. I).,
ingb school, Oneonta, New York. (¡crald, Daniel und J. W. Perry,
Míhh Tille Zahn, sister of the roc®ived his discharge from the atu| |¡ttl«> Joel Cowen. After Larry
groom, and Mr. Walter (). Toeppen. tt.rmy 9ctober 29, 1045, at Camp opened his nice gifts and the little
l.rother-in-law of the bride, both ' ' eXHW> after serving *^i folks sang "Happy Birthday" to
of Houston, served the couple as, !:'lc Luropean Theatre. (j,¡ni, refreshments of lemonade,
attendants. Also present for the The couple will make their sandwiches, cakes and candy were
ceremony were members of the im- ' Hartwick, New York. served. Plate favors were niiniu-
Tidiate family of the bride. | 0
A turkey supper was served to ' hmelar
the wedding party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Peters
of Deanville, Texas, announce the
engagement of their daughter, El-
vira E. Peters (formerly known as
Vickie) to Reaves Newsom of
Miss Peters is employed at Setan
Hospital in Austin as bookkeeper,
while Mr. Newsom has just recent-
Ijr been discharged from the
Armad Forces after serving twen-
ty-two months in the 8outh Paci-
A baby will absorb a small
amount of nicotine from the milk o
nursing mothers who smoke.
Send The News To A Friend.
I? iuble Vision
Miss Alice M. ('hmelar, daught-
the bride's parents, where relatives , r ",ul Mrs. Frank Chmelai
and friends made merry until a'"' Harmony, became the bride of
late hour. j Leroy Calvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Zahn will mako Homer Calvin of Providence, in a
their home in Houston.
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The marriage of Miss Ignora
Crbanovsky, daughter of Mr. and
. John J. Urbanovsky of Cook's
Point, to (icnrirc Chmelur, son of
Mr and Me Frank Chmelai of
Harmony, took place at the Hretb-
ren manse Sii.urdny night at H
o'clock. Ilev. II K Brsedn read the
double imir ceremony.
The briile wore an aqua crepe
dinner dress, with black ne-e-i-orie-
avd a corsagi of pink mi nut.ion-
Mi 111111 I ' rtiiniA ■ ky was the
hride's attendant and Kugene
Chmelai erved Ins brother ai t>«" t
PreM'vt for tk ceremony we-e
H numbei (if the \ 11 Hirer relnliVis
and friends, of th ■ c niple, who
showered them generously with rice
Upon their • xit from the manse
The wedding d oner for the com-
pie *' held i k.e fallowing Sundav
ill the home it" the I ride' pni'e'i
served. Plate favors
— _ -o-
ceremony held at 10 a.m. Thurs-
day, February 2S, at the Brethren
manse. Rev. II. K. Beseda officiated
nt the double ring service.
The bride wore a pretty spring
suit of aqua with navy pin stripes,
with a cessories in black. Her cor-
sage was of iris. I
The bridegroom served t ! months
i the I'., ifii theatre with the 17th
Engineers, lie was discharged Oc-
toher 11Í. I'.Mn j
The only witnesses present for;
the ceremony were (ieorge Chmel-
ur, brother of the bride, and .lames
A bountiful barbecue dinner was
«i rvt'd the wedding guc«t; at the
home <f the bride's parents. The
I g table, looked inviting with,
their snowy linen and o!d-fa-h-
Mrs. V. E. Herbst and her
daugher, Mrs. Louis Bicke, of CJul-
veston are spending a while here.
Albert Herbst of San Antonio
came in for the week-end.
Many people who suffer with headaches and are nervous
think that the headache is due to nervousness, when in
fact, both the headache and nervousness may be caused
by eyestrain, and it is possible that a proper fitting pair
oí glasses will relieve both the headaches and nervous-
ness. Don't nejflect your eyes.
Bought and Sold
See us now and get a good price for your old
cars before the new cars start rolling off the as-
DISHMAN PONTIAC CO.
113 East 25th St. Bryan, Texas
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ing candle used - ra' g
the altar -pace
f liven ' marriage '■> her fattier.
th< bride a ire a co.tiinii >.ii;i of
gold wool crepe with ivh' h >e
Wore black a ra She carried
a >< bite raver ' V topp, I w. h
an ore! id and w hite 11 • an er
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Mill 17. MPMORI \I.S
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find the receipt.
It's the only sound way to do
business these days and it adds
prestige to your financial affairs.
Saves a lot of running: around, too,
especially if you use the mail.
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answer that one!
But you can be almost aa smart if you fix
things so no matter what happens around
that corner, you're all set financially.
Ask anyone vou want—doctor, lawyer,
merchant, chief—they'll all tell you there's
no better way to save for a rainy day than
by the U. S. Payroll Savings Plan.
The Savings Bonds you buy are exactly
the same as your War Bonds were—the same
fine investment, too.
If you have a youngster like the kid above,
the money you lend your country now will
help pay for his college when the time comes.
Or give you a real vacation someday. Or
let you buy the worth-while things you'U
really want in a few years.
Yes, sir—there's no wiser way to plan, no
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The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1946, newspaper, March 15, 1946; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth175695/m1/2/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.