Art & Doris Wedding Announcement
state at of the 27 in girl Washington, all with 47 Kent-land, Indiana 1935. A. R. of Grimes, chapter project where is to the Helen of Shigley, 310 The 26, H. Mrs. Lafayette of of Kappa Arbuckle-Hasser Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Doris Arbuckle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Arbuckle, of Remington, to Arthur Hasser, of Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hasser. The wedding took place Feb. 4 at Goodland at Sts. Peter and Paul church. Attendants were Miss Valera and Maurice Hasser, of Fowler, cousins, of the groom. The bride wore a plum colored transparent velvet gown of ankle length with gold accessories, carrying a bouquet of white roses and ferns. The bridesmaid wore plum colored transparent" velvet of ankle length with silver accessories. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and ferns. At the home of the groom's parents, near Earl Park, a three-course dinner was served to about 40 relatives and friends. The table was beautifully decorated with candles and a three-tier wedding cake trimmed in pink and white. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hasser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hasser and family, Mr. Joe Hasser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hasser, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weller, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gramman, Mr. and Mrs. Oramel Peacock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Arbuckle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hasser, Eldrid Lena and Richard Mann. After a short wedding trip they will be at home near Earl Park. many portrayals of "Thunder in t including Clarence Wolever; Crepps; stage, George A. K. O'Fer-rall. Club NEW (Special) club James Miss Chicago with lin. Mr. and a day Miller and Miss visit Mrs. The Tuesday parsonage. Mr. family and Mrs. fordsville. Mrs.