Frank chase czeslawski marriage

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Frank chase czeslawski marriage - WATERLOO DAP.* COUMM. PAG Srutz and Levett,...
WATERLOO DAP.* COUMM. PAG Srutz and Levett, several in the N. Long three friends Greef Satur_ Mrs Sunday they home in War- will be depart- State Mattie spending home of Ryken, son and Mrs. Mich. Ferdinand Wikert Minn. Park, Mr. Marilyn been home at Mrs. Turnbull- Chase Vows in Cedar Falls (Courier /Special Service J Cedar Falls--Miss Patricia Turnbull Turnbull carried a cascade bouquet of white starlite roses, and stephanotis stephanotis centered by a white orchid when she became the bride Saturday Saturday evening of Frank Chase. Her gown had a white satin bodice* Her -net skirt and train were worn over a hoop. Satin ap- plique edged the net yoke of the bodice and skirt and the gown had a high, round neckline. Long sleeves tapered to points over the wrists. The bride's veil of imported silk illusion was edged with Chantilly lace and fell from a bonnet of lace and pearls. The bride is the daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turnbull, Turnbull, 1929 Olive street, and the ski of Chicago, brother of the groom, and ushers were Richard Johnston of Mt. Morris, 111.. George Aurand of Bellwood, 111., John Hill of Moline. 111., Harold Emmert of Mt. Carroll, 111., and Dale Grovert of Newhall, fraternity brothers of the groom. The bride's mother wore an aqua floor-length gown with black accessories and a purse corsage of sweetheart roses and stephanotis. The groom's mother chose a beige floor-length gown with a corsage of red roses. A reception took place following the ceremony in the Cedar Falls Woman's clubhouse ,for the 200 guests. An all-white four-tiered square cake centered the table. General hostess was Mrs. Walter Kuehn. Mrs. " s, -$\ ; \ 4 C ^ v ·. ' ' ,···,. ··' X- · · f. and Art Gansen in Mrs. O., Mrs. 111., Mrs. Mr. Marilyn Mrs. 111.; and and and Mrs. Bertha and 111.; of of Harold Darlene Cory of J. reception in O., Lambert in Miss at Hostesses Mrs. L. C. Derby was door hostess hostess and Miss Helen Turnbull and Mrs. Robert McGranahan poured. Miss Mary Louise Shields and Mrs. Richard Selah, presided at the punch table. Other hostesses were the Misses Alice Anne Cummings, Barbara Clawson, Reva Splinter of Rockford, Rockford, 111., and Amy Colberg of Pecatonica, 111. The couple left on a wedding trip to Brainerd Minn. For traveling traveling the bride chose a black gabardine gabardine suit with white accessories and an English tweed top coat. She had an orchid corsage. The bride attended Coe college, Cedar Rapids, and was graduated from Katharine Gibbs school. Chicago. Chicago. She was affiliated with Alpha Alpha Xi Delta social sorority and Mrs. May moving soon N. J., was party Mrs. Nicol home of Denver Carroll was presented Social Bohn Mrs. Vera street. King's circle--2 p. . 1411 West was president-of Panhellenic council. council. She has been employed as a secretary to Dr. H. W. Reninger at Iowa State Teachers college. The groom was graduated from Coe college this year, where' he was a member of Chi Beta Phi fraternity and Phi Mu Alpha Sin- fonia. Mr. and Mrs. Chase will be at home Sept. 15 in Chicago, where the groom is employed by Bowes Industries, Inc. Forest Eastman Takes Bride in West Libe Mother YWCA. Rebekah noble grands' meeting--IOOF Amvets Amvets Newcomers' meeting; 1 tearoom. DUV--7:30 hall. Garden meeting, C. J. boulevard. Linden fellowship -- meeting--church. Graves EUB brother of and Fred ushers. The bride's dress with groom's dress with wore corsages Out-of-town Schaller, Branch, A reception occurred ceremony in -- u "- wedding . . . E miniature surrounded candles, MRS. FRANK CHASE. groom is the son oi Mr. and Mrs F. E. Czeslawski of Chicago. Two hundred guests watched while the bride's father gave her in marriage. Rev. Frank L. Shaffer Shaffer of St. Luke's Episcopal church performed the double ring ceremony ceremony at 7:30 o'clock in the Evangelical Evangelical United Brethren church. The church was decorated in green and white with two chance baskets of chrysanthemums an gladioli, and four seven-branc candelabra. Candles lighted th center aisle, and white cloth drape the altar. Organist was Mrs Merrill Hack who played "Panis Angelicus (Franck), "On Wings of Song (Mendelssohn) and "Agnus Dei (Bizet). (Courier Special Sennet) West Liberty -- Miss Wanda candles. Lightner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lightner, and Forest East-1 Hostesses ! *.wi» v ^jt.v\-iiu.j.*ic man. son of Mr and Mrs Eli East-1 Hostesses man, 1012 Bluff street, Waterloo, ton of f tr«l**rk 11 ·»-« i + .1J ·!« .»«·»«.« _ - _ ,, .i. Cl .. rf-r , , . . « » r w » * » » . t . ~ v %,**»_%» fc, , , -, ,,,,, ,,,,.. u± -c^vaiioict, were united in marriage at 2 p. m. Wentz, d t n r 4 n i F ·« ^"lt «! TM 4 - J « _ --T~ . .,, --1_ mi . · · - Sunday in Christian church. The couple - - - -- -- *"v v-vju^ue ICJLL ajier ine Rev. Clinton Frank performed the tion for double ring ceremony before 200 The bride guests. Church decora'ions includ-,dark green ed baskets of mixed flowers. 'traveling ensemble. green MrS " ? r « anist - ac -i Mr - Eastman *^"-'^^]TM'^te,^,j:' on a Mille Mrs. a of Iowa Falls, Delta Tenor Sings J. Vincent Ellinwood of Chicago tenor, sang "Ave Maria" (Gounod) "Wedding Prayer" (Dunlap) anc "The Lord's Prayer" (Malotte). Maid of honor was Miss Dortha Stuart of Newhall, sorority sister of the bride. She wore a lavender satin gown with a net overskirt worn over a hoop. The gown had an empire neckline and a bustle effect. Miss Stuart carried a French bowknot cascade bouquet of fugi chrysanthemums, and sweetheart roses in lavender and old rose shades. The Misses Kathryn Rail of Evanston. 111., cousin of the bride, and Marilyn Czeslawski of Chica go, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. They were attired In gowns identical to that of the maid of honor and carried bouquets of roses, bavardia and fugi chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. All the attendants had crescent hair arrangements of sweetheart roses. Best man was Robert Czeslaw- Bride The bride, given in marriage by there, where Tha ,,,,,, her father, Vore a Wn'in^^^^^^ w emd H^ at satin, with round neck, a net yoke! trie satin, with round neck, a net yoke extending into a lace ruffle at the shoulder, with long sleeves ending in bridal points at tie wrists. Her net skirt over satin extended into a full church train. She wore a heart-shaped headdress, with orange blossom trim. Her bouquet was of white Fiji mums. Matron of honor was Mrs. Eldon Bothell of Iowa City, who wore a gown of pastel green net over satin' and carried a nosegay of mixed flowers. Bridesmaid was Miss Eleanor Jntton of Atalissa, cousin of the jride, who wore pastel peach net over satin and carried a nosegay of mixed flowers, Best Man Best man was Robert Anderson, of Waterloo. Robert Lightner, (As Deadline for Waterloo society news is 10:30 a. m. the day following the even! and 3 p. m. on Saturday. Sunday picture deadline is noon Saturday. News oi Northeast Iowa society must b» received not later* than the morning oi the second day following the event

Clipped from The Mount Pleasant News05 Sep 1949, MonPage 8

The Mount Pleasant News (Mount Pleasant, Iowa)05 Sep 1949, MonPage 8
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