Dorothy Meneely Crookshanks wedding

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c? In order that society Items will have the best news value, The Constitution-Tribune requests reporters to call in items the day after they occur. Your help will be appreciated. Our telephone number is MI 6-2411. Mist Dorothy Meneely and Mr. Jerry Crookshanks Marry Miss Dorothy Meneely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Meneely, Wheeling, and Mr. Jerry Crook- companiment for Miss Kaye Sallee, who sang "Because" and "The Lord's prayer." The bride, gven in marriage by her father, wore a white Chantilly shanks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris i lace gown fashioned with a scal- Crookshanks, Browning, were married at 2:30 o'clock, Sunday afternoon, May i. i960, at the Meadville Methodist Church. The Rev. Mor- loped V-neck and long sleeves tapering to points over the hands. The jeweled headpiece held the finger-tip veil. She carried a white too. Holman performed the double-1 Bible topped with pink roses and ring cwem^ny before ?.r. ?.rr?.Tig?~' pink rlbhon streamer.": centered with ment of baskets of white gladioli ] a lavender orchid, and candelabra with burning white j Miss Judy Meneely, Kansas City, tapers. ' ! was maid of honor lor her sister. Miss Cheryl Morris pla.ved the ac- ' She wore a light blue silk organza how about sippin' summer through a OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9 dress styled -with V-necklm* and * bouffant akirt accented with embroidered flowers. 8be earned a Meneely, Kansas City, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a dress dentical to that of the maid of honor and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Candlelighters were Mis« Mary Susan McKay, Gait, and Mrs. Ronald Crookshanks, Browning. They wore pink organza dresses styled like that of the maid of honor and wore wrist corsages. Mr. Ronald Crookshanks, Browning, was best man for the -groom. Mr. Richard Young, cousin of the groom, was groomsman. Mr. Don Warren and Mr. Larry Warren, Haseville, cousins of the g r o o m were ushers. A reception was held in the dining room of the church. The bride's table was centered with an arrangement of white gladioli and white mums with white satin wedding rings in the center and was flanked fay crystal caudle holders and white tapers. The wedding! A Sen. for from P.«u man for and decorai-ed by Mrs. Ronald Sur- i ' oer - j Her daughter and granddaughter.! For her daughter's wedding, Mrs.! Meneely wore a light blue dress \ arrived with black and white accessories j Mrs The groom's mother wore a light i dem blue dress with black and white: M , s G e o accessories. Both mothers wore.!,^ Pa ] m corsages oi pmi roses. The couple left for a wedding trip devotion | t nvnr.Tfvn to South Missouri. For t-ravelmg, ·- - aa£ j^,, the bride wore a light pink bro-; over ^ caded cotton dress with white ac-: -, spEcia } cessories and the orchid from herj^,.,. bridal bouquet. They will be a! ' . home at 248k Graves street. j s _ j Qan-ner. Among the out-of-town guests j tht « , .UK. were Mr .and Mrs. T. C. Thomp- ;ving son, Pulaski, la.; Mr. and Mrs. j j,- on Perry Bowerson, St. Joseph; Mrs.! Mrs _ Cora Reys, St. Joseph: Mr. Tom': musical Murphy. Topeka. Kan.. Mr. and | Mrs. Clifford McKay. Mary Susan! fflh = and Gary, Gait. ! ?am Ga i e p i a yed a piano I

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 05 May 1960, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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