Clay Boren at Matthews-Freed Wedding
Matthew.s-Freed Ceremony Performed At Pawnee City The wedding of Miss Eloise Ann Matthews, daughter of Mr. and , Mrs. L. E. Matthews of Pawnee City, and Richard C. ' Freed, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Ernest Freed of Burnslde, la., took place Sunday afternoon, Oct. 3, at the First Baptist church of Pawnee City. •The Rev. Madison Reynolds per-' formed the double ring ceremony ! In the presence of 125 guests before before a background of palms, ferns 'and baskets of salmon pink gladioli Mghted by candelabra. Miss Mary Hunley played the wedding music and accompanied Miss Sally Foster, who sang "At Dawning'' and "Because." . Attendants Miss Kathryn Kerl and Miss Donna BetheL. wearing pale blue gowns, lighted the taper*. The flower girls, Diana Kay and Rebecca Rebecca Sue Crawford, nieces of the fcride', wore floor-length gowns of title green taffeta with matching colonial hats. Bobby Stevens, nephew of the bride, carried the rings on a white satin pillow. He wore a white suit with lilac bow tie. Bride's Gown The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white aatln with a tight basque bodice trimmed with tiny "satin-covered buttons down the front and capped capped by. a sheer yoke with square neckline. A satin bertha embroidered embroidered with seed pearls, bugle and crystal beads encircled the shoulders shoulders and the fitted sleeves came to points over the wrists. The full ' skirt ended in a three yard train. Her tiered fingertip-length veil of sheer illusion embroidered in clusters of lily of the valley was attached to a crown of illusion, fioftly draped and also trimmed With lilies of the valley. She carried carried an arm bouquet of talisman ornament was a a gift of the roses. Her only pearl necklace, groom. Miss Elizabeth' Klink of York as maid of honor wore a gown of rust taffeta with matching gloves and wore a half wreath of white pom-poms in her hair. The mother of the bride wore a brown crepe dress with matching accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. The mother of the groom wore a black crepe dress with matching accessories accessories and a corsage of red roses. Virgil Schill of Council Bluffs, la., was best man and Lloyd Matthews, Matthews, brother of the bride, and Charles Freed, brother of the groom, ushered. Reception At the reception in the church parlors the refreshment table was centered with a three tiered wedding wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. The cake was cut by Mra. Fred Appleget of Liberty, Liberty, an aunt of the bride. Presiding Presiding at the punch bowl were Mrs. Tom Sawyer, Mrs. Ivan Werner and Mrs. Fred Neukirch of Tecumseh. Tecumseh. Assisting with the serv- ng were Mrs. Walter Luedeke, Mrs. Elzie Matthews, Mrs. Harry McHugh and Mrs. John Hunley. Mrs. Wayne Walker of Beatrice was in charge of the guest booK and Mrs. Dan Crawford and Mrs. Robert Stephens, sisters of the bride, were in charge of the gifts. For the -wedding trip >to Colorado Colorado Springs, the bride wore a kelly green wool net dresa with matching coat and bronze accessories accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses. Schools Mrs. Freed was graduated from the Pawnee City high school in 1943 and later from the Northwest Northwest Institute of Medical Technology Technology at Minneapolis. She has since been employed at the Lutheran Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, la Freed was graduated from -the Burnslde, la., high school and served two years in the navy. He has been employed at the Burnside Burnside Savings Bank. They are at home at 112114 First Street, Fort Dodge, la. Guests Out-of-town guests were; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Freed of Burnside, Burnside, la., Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Freed of Des Molnes, la., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freed of Omaha, Miss Marie Larson of Omaha, Mrs. Sherman Lathrop of Burnside, la., Mr. and Mrs. F. E! Mclnty^e of Boone, la., Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Olson Olson of Callendar, la., Mr. and Mra. Leonard Lundbery of Fort Dodge, la., Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Swenson of Falls City, Netar., Mrs. Anna E. Swenson of Dayton, .la., Mr. and Mrs. Clay Boren of Wichita, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bevar and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Phillips 'of Lincoln, Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Appleget Appleget arid Diane of Wahoo, Kenneth Boren of Wichita, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. P, J. Caverzagie of Falls City, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Appleget of Liberty, Miss Elizabeth Klink of York, Virgil Schill of Council Bluffs, la., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Walker and Cheryl Ann of Beatrice, Beatrice, Madeline Vrtiska of Steinauer Steinauer and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer New- kirck of Tecumseh.