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Text:"... drill team of the Girls Junior Hunt club are Dorothy Potter advisor and Billie Woldenberg captain Annette Weiss Barbara Weiss Emily Dodge Carol Weir Kay Luse Elspeth Montgomery Rosmary Dudley MaryAnn..."
Date:May 17 1931
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... ar rangement of yellow Esther Reeds and golden sceptre roses Miss MaryAnnLloyd and Mrs Ronald Butler sisters of the groom served as bridesmaids Their gowns were or green ehan tilly lace and nylon net..."
Date:June 18 1953
Publication:Hawarden, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... bouquet -was a crescent ar- rangement of yellow Esther Eeeds and golden sceptre roses. Miss MaryAnnLloyd and Mrs. Ronald sisters of the served as bridesmaids. Their gowns were or green chan- tilly lace..."
Date:June 18 1953
Publication:Hawarden, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... daisies and ii scs. Miss MaryAnnLloyd and Mrs. Ronald Bu ler, sisters of lh> bridegroom, wore nilc green lace and net with matching bonnets and carried orchid carnations and yellow ro. ses. Clarice..."
Date:June 22 1953
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of honor, wore oichid chantilly - lace and nylon net o \ e r taffeta and carried a crescent arrangement of yellow daisies and i r s e s . Miss - MaryAnnLloyd and Mrs. Ranald.-' Butter, sisters..."
Date:June 22 1953
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
 
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