Mom as maid of honor 1950

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Mom as maid of honor 1950 - THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1950 Marriage Announced...
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1950 Marriage Announced BTT . m - JBr 1 lfaaT r'lsB .Ml RS6T iSJWTjjfr . .,; t$P8Li mmt Vii' I AV t iff infill f.i :' . 3 w ? JjtV, Jesus tl.l. - , J A, Cwtahton RECENT BRIDE 1 Mr. ROBERT W, LASHWAY, the former Miss Lorraine M, Stedman, whose marriage marriage took place Sunday at St, Peter' church. Lorraine Stedmqn Bride Of Robert Wayne Lashway Announcement 1 made of the?' marriage Sundsy of Mis Lorraine Mae stedman, daughter of Mr. Orsc Elliabeth Stedman. 17 West Cedar street, to Robert Wayne Lashway. He I the aon of MraTT Leona Lashway, 338 Mansion street. tnd th late Ross Lasbway. Th ceremony took place at 3 o'clock In St. Peter church with th Rev, Oerard R. Bliss officiating. A program of traditional music wa played including "Ave Maria, "Panls Angellcus." and "Mother at Thy Feet la Kneeling." White snap - dragod were featured In th dec oration. William B. Stedman gave hi sitter sitter m marriage. She wore a white satin gown mad, with a fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline, pointed sleeves and a run skirt ending In a long train. Her fingertip veil of illusion wa caught to a satin feathered feathered bonnet. She carried a prayer book arranged with a white orchid. As, maid ef honor, Miss Margaret Ann Kasmar, wasattlred In a yellow yellow taffeta' gown with matching mitt. She nad a matching head dress of ostrich feathers and carried a nosegay of talisman roses and blue forget - me - not. The bride' mother wore a street length dresa of teal blue with a corsage corsage of gardenia. Th bridegroom's mother . wa attired In - a street length dress of nsvy blue with a corsage corsage of pink rose and forget - me - not. Thome Balrd attended the bridegroom bridegroom a best man. Ushers were Emory Starrs and Robert Yerry There was a reception for 120 guest at the Stone Chimney. Th couple left there for a wedding trip ana upon their return will reside at 17 West Cedar Street, They plan to visit In New .York and In the south. For traveling the bride wore a winter winter white gabardine suit with navy blue accessories. A graduate of Roosevelt High school, the bride Is also an alumna of Krissler Business Institute. Her husband, who attended Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsle High school, served three years In the Army Medical corps and was assigned assigned to' duty In Italy and Africa for 25 months. Ht Is a teller at the Fallklll National Bank and Trust Co, Anfelo Patri Our Children Jimmy gave Ms mother not from th teacher that old, "Jimmy had nine words wrong out of 28. This 1 a fsllurt." Mother felt very btd and Jimmy felt worse. "They're old word, mother. We haven't had them sines the beginning of the term and she dldnt tell us to study them again so how could I know them?" To begin with: It i always better - to say, "Jimmy had 18 word correctly correctly spelled out of a possible 23. 1 hop he doe better tomorrow," than to accent the number wrong. Praise th right nd ioft - pedl the wrong and the child will be encouraged, to do better Children forget very soon whit 1 not kept In mind. Spelling must be reviewed thoroughly, and tbe word oftenest missed d tiled In contest. Context Is better thsn a drill list where the same word Is repeated. Try this; Msry received a book for Christmas. Shi also received a pencil and peri. John received a pair of skates. The bsby received a rattle. This will be much more helpful than writing receive, receive, receive. But remember to review, repett and us listed word and table often enough to keep them In mind. A test sprung on unprepared children I bad for their mental attitude toward school, - teacher and lessons. The same prlnclplt applies to any mistake children make. The mistake mistake must be recognized but what he did cdrrectly la what la to be praised with emphasis. Praise for rlghtness will go fsr. toward stimulating stimulating a desire for mora praise, and therefore more rlghtness, while accent on ahort - comlngi will settle like a cloud on hi spirit and smother any desire for effort. Effort to succeed la hat wa want to atlm - ulate, and praise doe it You will often ire children, who dislike helping about the hour, bending every effort to help a neighbor. neighbor. At home the child' efforts are - likely to be - taken for granted, hi shortcomings sharply accented, while at the neighbors' house he I thanked, thanked, praised and made to leel wanted

Clipped from Poughkeepsie Journal23 Feb 1950, ThuPage 20

Poughkeepsie Journal (Poughkeepsie, New York)23 Feb 1950, ThuPage 20
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