Velma weds J Stebens

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Velma weds J Stebens - Wed in First Methodist Ceremony Velma Grace...
Wed in First Methodist Ceremony Velma Grace Dunham, 1907 ST. Main, and James E. Steb- ns, 507 N. 4th, were united in marriage Sunday, June 23, in a p.m., ceremony at First United Methodist Church. The bride has made her ome with her brother, Delmer Dunham, and Mrs. Dunham. The bridegroom is the grand- on of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mansfield, 507 N. 4th. The. Rev. Jerald Vogt per- ormed the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Howard Blanchard was at the organ and S. Field- ng Hands sang "I Love You Truly," and "The Lord's Prayer." Baskets of giant pink and ivhite chrysanthemums stood at either side of the altar. Given in marriage by her brother, the bride chose a white A-line empire gown of sorrento. The bodice was fash- oned with a lace overlay and scoop neckline. The design featured wrist-length lace sleeves and a lace train. Her white net veil was held by a silver crown made by her sis- ;er, Mrs. Patty Richardson. The bride carried a bouquet of pink miniature roses on a Bible. Patty Sauer, Garden City, was maid of honor and Mrs. David Stevenson, Oakley, and Betty Roberts, Pratt, Bridesmaids. They wore identical gowns of pink sorrento in Aline design with empire waists. Each carried a single giant white chrysanthemum. Rick Carr served as best man. Donald Farmer and Wayne L'argent were groomsmen. Leo Smith and Eugene McDermott seated the guests. All are of Garden City. Sixty guests attended the reception in Fellowship Hall. The three-tiered cake of white was decorated with pompon mums at the base and nosegays on top of the layers separated by columns. The crest was a miniature bridal couple. Mrs. Homer D. Campbell assisted with the reception. Mrs. Everett Simmons poured. Mrs. MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. STEBENS (Velma Grace Dunham) Rintoul Studio Lee Richardson and Mrs. Lyle Crouch served the cake. At the gift table were Mrs. Kenny Anderson, Johnson, and Mrs. Loran Puckett. Linda Dunavant presided at the guest book. After a short trip to Amarillo, Tex., the couple is at home at 706 Garden City Ave. Both were graduated from Garden City High School and attend Garden City Community Junior College. The bridegroom is employed at Oswalt Industries Inc. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Dorothy Newton, Independence, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richardson, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunham, Central City, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Crouch, Leoti; Mr. and Mrs. David Stevenson and Peggy, Oakley; Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Anderson, Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Nordin and Rodney, North Platte, Nebr., and Charles Young, luka. Cheese is on top — Cheese is one of the most popular dairy foods today. It's a real convenience food because you can keep it in its wrapper in the refrigerator several weeks. After you open it, wrap it in foil or plastic wrap so it does not dry. If you find mold on cheese, just scrape it off. x

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  1. Garden City Telegram,
  2. 02 Jul 1968, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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