Johnson and Miss Mary A. Milner at p. A crown of star sequins and pearl loops held her elbow-length bouffant veil. The wedding guests, who were the immediate relatives and friends, were received at the door by the bride elect and shown upstairs by Messrs Wm.
Frank E. Lyle B. The bride is a graduate of the class of '45 from the Scandia high school. The gown was fashioned with a fitted bodice, long tapered sleeves and natural scallops of the lace outling the neckline. Curtis Lindberg, Manhattan cousin of the bride, was brides-matron, and Miss Holly Huhlman, Manhattan sister of the dourtland, and Miss Cynthia Tucker, Plainville, cousin of the bride, were bridesmaids. Householder to Mr. They will be at home to their host of friends on a farm near Jetmore, Kansas, to which place the best wishes of their host of friends here will follow then.
Two urns of white carnations graced the high altar. The ceremony was performed at four o'clock in the presence of a of iin and relatives of the contracting parties and was followed by congratulations and a dainty wedding repast.
Spangler performed the ceremony. Elgin is employed by the Brooks Trucking Co.
Floyd Shellhase were surprised to learn of their marriage which took place on June 30th, but was announced to their friends only about a week ago. Beecher of the U. After the ceremony the bride and groom left on a wedding trip to Colorado Springs.
The rspublic party entered the church to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March played by Mrs. Ed Bambauer of this place. The maid of honor, Ruth Hedstrom, wore Navy blue and carried a bouquet of carnations and snapdragons. Ralph Sothers and Mr.
fck She wore an orchid satin brocade dress and a corsage of white chrysanthemums. Moffitt after the ceremony. John Nixon of Cloud County. Kuhlman were united in marriage Saturday, November 27, at p.
Carl Hedin. Leonard Kuhlman, Kensington. The soft glow from the wall lamps above the fire place mantel enveloped the young people as they exchanged their vows.
The five-tiered cake was topped with mint-green satin bells edged with pearls. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gold suit with brown and white accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses.
Both the bride and groom are highly respected and will receive the sincere good wishes of their large circle of friends. Haslam, recently discharged from the Navy, is expecting to continue his work with the Bank of America in California. Belle Combs and James Persinger were united in marriage at the probate judge's office in Belleville, Wednesday morning.
Barton Wells, of Mahaska, plowed their way through the mud and rain to the home of Rev. Her corsage was of pink roses. She is the republicc of Mrs.
The bride is an accomplished young lady and a successful teacher while the groom is a prosperous young farmer. Miss Lois Johnson was maid of honor and Mr.
Sylvester Jones, also of this city. Gene Spannenberg of Belleville, sister of the bridegromm, presided at the guest book. Don Mikesell, Courtland, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. After congratulations all were served to a sumptuous wedding feast. The wedding occurred at four o'clock P. The bride carried a bouquet of carnations and red rose buds.
Dawson of Holton, Kansas, Mr. The bride who is an attractive blond looked charming in an aqua blue crepe dress with a white hat and black slippers and her corsage was budd daisies and baby chrysanthemums. She had a veil of fingertip length cascading from a halo of pleated lace and carried a lovely bouquet of white shattered carnations centered with a white orchid from which were satin streamers. Biloxie, Miss.
The groom's mother wore a brown silk dress with beige accessories. Hjalmar Larson at the Methodist parsonage, on Wednesday, Jan.
Burk, acting probate judge. May of Denver Street, Sterling, Colo.