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 - Saturday, July 14 erpoiiblblllty, lu the...
Saturday, July 14 erpoiiblblllty, lu the raising of their boys and girls Ttty must provide mental food of eiceptlonal (imlllv lr order to. build lu children loe unci affection mature curlonll) ap preiltttlon of their Independence of action, the ability to face new phases of life realistically soilal responsibility, and the ahlllt) lo make decisions Klhlcal values are among the most llal i iinl rlhut Ion s parents call make lo their children's edu cation Dean McSwaln conclirfled "Not only must children he taught to see themselves as they are, but also to rrttlUe the social conse ijuneces of their hheavlor "Kspeclally must youngsters lie taught 'democratic manners that I Is. the iiractiee of deiiu m le principles In the social order " Charlotte Meseck United To Robert McComb Harvard: Charlotte Marie Meseck, daughter of Mr and Mrs Cordon (' Meseck of Marengo Road. Harvard, Harvard, became the bride of Uybert F McComb. son of Mr. and Mrs Floyd McComb. 407 E. Washington St . at 7:00 p in. on Saturday. J iii.v 2. 1040. Ht the Trinity Lutheran church w ith Rev Luther C. Mueller otflctttluj; at the double ling cere mony The altar was decorated llh vthlte tlcutloll blue delphill I u 1 1 1 mid lighted i audle The pews eir llrfl willi while fclds H1 rib I mil st 1 eu lllel S Serving us organist Hiid uccom-I'rtiilsl uccom-I'rtiilsl uccom-I'rtiilsl to the soloist. Mrs Fslher M .1 1 Hi .i- .i- Mis Kvelin S.hult The hi ul, tHeii lii marriage hv In-1 In-1 In-1 f.ithei radiant in a white iirlrl die fashion. d with a tight ' bodli e a full gathered skirt with n hoop, a "V" uei Kline with a he! Ilia o 1 1 a r and a sell of l-'reiu l-'reiu l-'reiu li Illusion hue held In a princess clown ot' Mm see'd pea i Is She carried .1 boiniiet of l'lnoci hlo roses framed II ll g psoplle I ia j The maid of honor. Helen Meseck. Mster of the bride, wore a gown of pink and carried a bouquet of sh.i-.ta sh.i-.ta sh.i-.ta daisies and blue delphinium. The bridesmaids were Flleon Me-1 Me-1 Me-1 k MMei in law of the bride. ' II aiiie lllank. and iian Crouch. All weie i lad in green and each can led a bouquet of shasta 'tint vellow daisies. Clifford Lilly was best man with Clarence Meseck, the bride's bro'll ei. Ollie lllank, and Robert lllg-glns lllg-glns lllg-glns as ushers. Carvl Lynn Wegner. the flower glrl was exquisite In a dress of pink organdy and eyelet She carried carried a basket of the shasta daisies and delphinium (iary Wegn wearing a wh'te suit, carried t ring on a pink heart-shaped heart-shaped heart-shaped plllol lioth of the chlldieu are coUblllS the hi Ide Mis Meseck wore a dusty r crepe dress and white accossort Her corsage was of white ro4 The groom's mother wore gr with black accessories and a CC sag,, i if vellow roses. A lot option for L'oif was hold the Moose hall following the wet ding lioth the bride and groom a uiadilales ot the Harvard CoillIlIU itv high school The bride atteil ed Carthage College and was ei ploNtd in the Starluie Inc. offltl Mr Mi Comb served several yeai in the Navy during World War and Is a barn equipment salesmi for Starllne. In the state of Iowa. They will ii-side ii-side ii-side at 1510 SumnJ St. Mai shalltow ii. Iowa. Korclgn Travel Americans spent $400 million year on foreign travel before Wor Wr II. a" : fci'Tl MAN A and ptov fr yvrlf M NEW SadWifMnJ

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  1. The Daily Sentinel,
  2. 09 Jul 1949, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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