Mayo-Wilsie Wedding

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Mayo-Wilsie Wedding - Page 9 Society The I I S-Sgt. and Mrs. William...
Page 9 Society The I I S-Sgt. and Mrs. William Melvin. Wilsie Weddinas . . . . , ""* ·*-- The marriage of Kathryn X X -- .^ VA/TI,-.:^ I Hug Air Force base. MayO-VY iJSie Aft er a trip to Grand Forks, Marriage vows were exchanged the T wm be *" home at mi E by by Betty Jean-Mayo and S-Sgt. ! Iron William William Melvin Wflsie, Schilling j Air Force base, Sept. 21, at .the) First Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs, Thelma Mayo, 537 Mont- *?· Sau 'na, daughter of Mr. and rose, and Leonard E. Mayo, Long| Mrs - man Pauleye, Lucas, and j ' Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. WuVi A " Zc Jim Heslep, son of Mr. andj liam E. Wilsie, Grand Forks, N.| Mrs - °- L - Bourland, Corpus! D., are the bridegroom's parents. I Christi, Tex., was solemnized! Dr. Harold L. Soulen officiated if**' 21 ' at ""' Evangelical lint before an altar arrangement con-; ted Bretl ? en Church Lucas - sisting of baskets of bronze and} ^ Rev - v - J - Boehnnger of- yellow mums and two seven-i f!ciated before the altar decora- branch candelabra. The couple exchanged rings. Mayme Porter, organist, accompanied accompanied Mearle Walters soloist. soloist. ited with two seven-branch candelabra candelabra entwined w i t h | leaves and bronze mums. i were exchanged by the couple. Carol Schuckman Salina, so- Ttre bride was given in mar- loist - was accompanied by Mrs. riage by her great uncle, Horace Kelth Hardesty, Idana, pianist. Case, Wakefield. She wore a The bride, given in marriage floor-length gown of imported!by her father, wore a floor-length Chantilly iace over satin and i goTM of white Chantilly lace tulte. The fitted bodice featured satin. The molded bodice was a portrait neckline encrusted styled with a round neckline with opalescent sequins and long! tr i mm ed in sequins, long sleeves tapering sleeves. The gathered j tapering to points over the skirt fell from a low pointed:The full skirt with chapel train waistline and flowed into a I featured two deep pleats down cathedral train edged with seal-j the front of the skirt, set with lops of lace. j la ce scallops. Her fingertip veil Her fingertip veil of ' double | was attached to a lace hat silk illusion was attached to a j trimmed with seed pearls. Shej tiara of seed pearls and irides-iwore a crystal necklace which cent sequins on lace. She carried!was worn by her mother on a cascade bouquet of red roses j wedding day. She carried two and lily-of-the-vaUey. prchids with satin streamers, on Mrs. William Graves, Salina, j a wh ite Bible, the bride's aunt, was matron ofj Alice Pauley, Lucas,, was her honor. She wore a street-Ienegth!sister's maid of honor.. Brides- gown of dark brown taffeta with;maid was Mrs. Phillip Garofalo, a large bow in the back with!Salina. They wore waltz-length hem-length streamers. She car-jeowns of topaz taffets-with harried harried a bouquet of light brownj^m skirts accented with bows, mums and bronze grapes. HerJTheeir matching, velvet hats, halo headpiece also was of small crescent shaped bouquets of topaz mums completed their en- brorwe mums. Joyce Case, Wakefeield, the serribles. bride's cousin, and Mrs. Richard I Susan McBride, Salina, Baier, Manhattan, were brides- flower girl. was maids. Best man was Sgt. Robert Their gowns, identical to the Groff, Salina. Phillip Garofalo, matron of honor's, were copper j Salina, was groomsman, tone taffeta with back bows andi Ushers were Larry Boehringer, streamers. They carried dark)Lucas, and Lowell Vonada, Syl- brovvn mums and bronze grapes. van Grove. Their halo headpieces were of A reception was held in the the same flowers. church Fellowship Hall. Assisting Dennis Lee Hanzlicek, and were Jean Holzel, Salina; Mrs. Martha Graves, both of Salina, the bride's cousins, were candle- lighters. Flower girl was Candie Lou Hanzlicek, and William Graves jr., both of Salina, ring bearer. Thelmer Kvasager, Grand Forks, brother-in-law of t h e groom, was best man. Fred Case, Wakefield, and Wddon Hanzlicek, Salina, the bride's cousins, were ushers. Ushers were M-Sgt. Vernon D. Stewart and S-Sgt. Richard D. Koch, both of Schilling Air Force base. A reception was held in the church parlors. Hostesses were .Valeta Harper, Mrs." Franklin 'Hamrick and Helen Rosier, all of Salina. Mrs. W. W. Duncan, Salina, and Mrs. Thelmer Kvasager, the groom's sister, Grand Forks, displayed displayed the gifts. Guests were registered by Barbara Wilsie, the groom's sister. The bride was graduated from Salina high school. She v is employed employed by Southwestern lell Telephone Telephone Company. Her^liusband attended Warroad Minneapolis high school, Grand Forks. He is stationed at Schil- Ronnie Nelson, Wichita; Mrs. Floyd Cox and Karen, Vesper; Mrs. 'Floyd Bates and Mrs. Lawrence Mettlen, both of Sylvan Grove. The gifts were displayed Mrs. William Long, Lincoln, and Mrs. Lyle Holm, Sterling. Mrs. E. R. Boyer jr., Salina, was in charge of the guest book. The bride was graduated from Lucas high school. She is employed employed by the Evans Grain Company, Company, Salina. Her husbahd was graduated from Roy Miller high school, Corpus Christi. He is stationed Schilling Air Force base. Following a wedding trip to Corpus Christi, they will be, at , . home at 306 S. 9th. _,,* ,,*_ Abrarn- Menhusen Carol Jean Abram, daughter Mrs. Keith Abram, Randall, and the late Mr. Abram, and Bernard Menhusen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Menhusen, Jewell, were marrind Sept.. 13, at the Randall Christian- Church. The Rev. James Gary, Valley

Clipped from The Salina Journal28 Sep 1958, SunPage 9

The Salina Journal (Salina, Kansas)28 Sep 1958, SunPage 9
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