Hainen/Campbell

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Hainen/Campbell - Mulberry late At St. Andrew's Miss Rosemarie...
Mulberry late At St. Andrew's Miss Rosemarie Hainen Weds Earl K. Campbell Miss Rosemarie Hainen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hainen of Tipton, and Earl K. Campbell, of Jefferson City, were united in marriage in an 11 o'clock ceremony Saturday morning at St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Tipton. The Rev. Harry Cavanaugh performed the double-ring ceremony before a setting of ferns and candelabra. Acolytes were Al Hainen and E. J. Hainen, brothers of the bride. Miss Mary Margaret Knipp, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Oscar Schmidt, organist, sang "Panis Angelicus" before the ceremony, and "On This Day, 0 Beautiful Mother" as the bride and groom presented a bouquet of blue carnations to the Blessed Mother. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown designed in a modified empire style, created by an aunt of the bride. The bride's headpiece was a small crown of pearls and sequins, securing her elbow length veil of silfc illusion. The same pearl and sequin design was repeated on the collar of the gown. For her bouquet, the bride carried a white orchid on a prayer book. Mrs. Robert J. Miller, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She was attired in a gown of tangerine velveteen fashioned with three-quarter length sleeves, draped neckline and bouffant skirt. She wore a matching color headpiece of velveteen petals and net and carried a crescent bouquet of champagne carnations. The bridesmaids, Miss Jerline Bax and Miss Norma Hainen, friend and sister of the bride, respectively, wore gowns and headpieces of champagne velveteen and net styled identically to that of the matron of honor. They carried crescent bouquets of tangerine carnations. The flower girl, Miss- Elizabeth Hentges, niece of the groom, wore frock of champagne velveteen in a bouffant style. She wore a matching headpiece identical to those worn by the matron of honor and bridesmaids and carried' a basket of tangerine carnation petals. James E. Galloway friend of the .groom served as best man. The groomsmen were Carl E. Rutledge, and William L. Harman. Ushering duties were performed by Harold W. Brown, William C. Wittman and Robert J. Miller. Master Philip L. Hainen, brother of the bride, carried the rings on a white satin pillow. The bride's mother chose a sheath dress of pale green brocade with beige accessories and the bridegroom's mother, a dress of dark blue Shantung. Both mothers wore corsages of blue Dutch Iris. Immediately following the ceremony, dinner was served for the wedding party, family and guests at the parish hall. A reception was held from two to four in the parish club room. The three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, centered the serving table, overlaid with a lace tablecloth. Mrs. John C. Wisner presided at the guest book. Assisting generally were Mrs. Don D. Williams, Mrs. Ed Hainen, Mrs. Sylvester Hainen, Mrs. E. J. Faherty, Mrs. Kelly Clark, Mrs. V. W. Fahrety, Mrs. Richard Volmert, Mrs. August Struemph, Mrs. Frank" Schmitz, Mrs. William Wittman, Miss Kay Corrigan, Mrs. Virgil Koechner, Mrs. James Huhman, Miss Deloris Hartman, Miss Betty Miller, Mrs. John Boeckman, Miss Rita Koekenmier, Airs. Duane Broderson, Miss Vickie Williams and Miss Remy Hake. For her wedding trip, the bride chose a sheath dress of orchid wool with black and white accessories and white orchid corsage. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Campbell, Jefferson City, is employed with the State Planning and Construction Section of the Division of Budget and Comptroller. The bride is employed in the I. B. M. Section of the Department of Revenue. After a short wedding trip, the couple will reside at 1019A W. Main Street. January Bride Mrs. Earl K. Campbell Served in Ministry 24 Years Rev. and Mrs. G. Bradford Case Celebrate 50th Anniversary The Rev. and Mrs. George Bradford Case, Hartsburg, are celebrating their Golden Wedding anniversary this afternoon with a reception from 2-5 p.m. at the home of their son, Elliott Case, Hartsburg. The Rev. and Mrs. Case were married Jan. 17, 1910, in Sedalia by Circuit Court Judge Lems Hoffman of Sedalia. Attendants were Lemuel Price and L. E. Price. The Cases were married 14 years, and had two children, Elliott, 14, and Geneva, 11, when Mr. Case, a railroad man, joined the ministry --a longing he had felt since he was 13 years old. In order to enter the ministry, Mr. Case moved to Kansas City with his 'family to enter the Seminary. After completing his studied, he moved to Jefferson City where he lived until he retired in 1952. He

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  1. The Sunday News and Tribune,
  2. 17 Jan 1960, Sun,
  3. Page 15

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