Bonnie Sue Wenzel Moberly 20 feb 1954

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Bonnie Sue Wenzel
Moberly 20 feb 1954 - , Saturdoy, Feb. 20^1954^0^0^ SueWenzel,...
, Saturdoy, Feb. 20^1954^0^0^ SueWenzel, Roderick Anderson Wed in Keytesville i and C LU.O i /eu/4 Mr. ana Mrs. J. u. vvenzei Flautist, Duo-Pianists to Give ° f , M( *t rl J became the bride * ·'"·-r ··« ^jir\. Roderick Anderson, son of Mr. and Recital for Moberly Music Club H. Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hightshoe formerly of Moberly, will be program leader and soloist Music Club meets Monday afternoon in the Merchants diningroom. program, to begin at 2:30 o'clock, will be another series I t a l i a n music will be presented with Mrs. Wright as She is continu- ---·---- SOCIETY CALENDAR ~- ." "·--· Neetnac Club will meet Mon- U ^..Iff"?^ ^' 5°""*_.* .*· .*"« of of music at the Un Missouri. will be Miss Mar- , e '. c , olumb 'a- J o h n j Mrs . Cnar i es Fieraing; 121 South woodwmdmstructor in j A ult street, Music at the uni- ,,,,, ,,, , ... play a flute obligate , S , BA , ,? lub , wl ' met at 7 ° | o'clock Monday rught for a covered covered dish supper in SBA Hall. Mrs. Weldon Elsberry and Mrs. Wright's solos. Monday will be Alien and Mrs. Edmund and Mrs. Raymond duo pianists. Guide will begin with an the guide, Mrs. Allen. will sing: Ben' ("Thou All My Giordani). Non Mi Sento" My Heart So Dormant" Paisello). Miss Bonnie Sue Wenzel, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wenzel of Moberly, became the bride of Roderick Anderson, son of Mr. Mrs. M. C. Anderson, also of Moberly, Moberly, in a ceremony performed 2 /clock Sunday afternoon at the Keytesville Baptist Church. The Rev. Osdar Rush read the double ring service. Vows were exchanged beneath archway covered with white carnations carnations and surrounded by fern, [ladioli and candelabra. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Jane Berry, cousin of tie bride, sang "Always" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Miss Sue Miller who also presented a medley medley of nuptial music and the tradi- tional wedding marches. .r. Miss Margaret Ann Duncan served the bride as maid of honor, Clyde Duval will be in charge., and Forrest (Boney) Holman, was Ace-Hi Pinochle Club will meet ! best m a n at 6 o'clock Monday night in the country home of Mrs. James Fitzgerald. Prosperity Rebekah Lodge will meet Monday night in IOOF Hall. Busy Matrons Extension Club will meet Monday at the home of Mrs. L. E. Huber, 107 Brinkerhoff Brinkerhoff street. Bazan-Bailey Legion Post will Faisello) ---*«..7 ^5 ^5 iun i oai wui Stizzoso" '')"unmeet '')"unmeet at 8 °' clock Monday night Unruly" by Giovanni i m * e i; egl °" ? ome T Rnn Tan Plnh will . Rho Tau Club will -meet Mont_ . ;· _ -- -- .-- «·* tell the storv of' 1 ay night . at the home of Mrs ' Stringer, 1120 Concan"La followed by Wright: two non street. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a street length dress of white wool lace with blue accessories, and carried an orchid on a white Bible. A three strand pearl necklace and earrings completed her costume. She also wore the traditional something old, something new, something borrowed borrowed and something blue. Miss Duncan chose a dress of light blue with navy accessories, and carried a nosegay of pink carnations. carnations. Miss Jo Ann Glaser and Miss Mimi" ("They from "La Bo- Puccini). Numbers and Mrs. Brown will duo-piano numbers: "Quintet for Boccherini). (Ottorino Respighi). will conclude the three numbers: Caro" ("Oh, Daddy" from "Gianni by Giacomo Puccini). La Mia Nina" "My Dear Nina" Venice" (Sir Jules by Estells flute obligate by Makes OES, Cairo Edwards, grand matron district, Order of made her official Mrs. Fidler Hostess For Walter Cardwells Eleven members were present last night at a meeting of the Waiter Cardwell Group of CWF, Central Christian Church, held al the home of Mrs. W. L. Fidler, 311 South Sixth street. Mrs. Troy Miller gave the opening opening prayer and Mrs. Herman Swetnam Swetnam presented the devotional. Reports on the area assembly held in Columbia last week were given by members who attended. Wallei- Cardwell was one of the principal speakers. Mrs. Mary Bealmer had rharge of the program on "Such Is the Work." She was assisted by members members in presenting briefly the task of the church around the worM. World Call questions and answers answers were conducted by Mrs. Arthur Arthur Morris. The group will meet March 19. Mrs. Francis Hutsel Shirley Courrier, candlelighters, / /wore companion dresses of p J e blue with navy and white acces series. Their wrist corsages were of pink carnations. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs Wenzel chose a navy blue dress with red and white accessories Mrs. Anderson wore a navy blue suit with navy accessories and both had corsages of red roses. Relatives and friends nf the cou pie attended a receptioi; which fol lowed at the home of the bride's parents in Moberly, 7ii Vinci street. The lace cloth covered table was decorated with the traditional three-tiered wedding cake toppec with miniature wedding bells anc a bride and bridegroom. After a short wedding trip, the couple are making their home at 714 West Rollins street. \ Mrs. Anderson attended Moberly Junior College and is a member of the Sigma Phi Gamma sorority. present she is employed by Uregas Service, Inc. Mr. Anderson attended attended Moberly Junior College and is employed by - Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. "0

Clipped from Moberly Monitor-Index20 Feb 1954, SatPage 3

Moberly Monitor-Index (Moberly, Missouri)20 Feb 1954, SatPage 3
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