Society wedding announcement in Postville Herald, 8-29-1973

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Society wedding announcement in Postville Herald, 8-29-1973 - SOCIETY ITEMS Katharine Evans Weds Lf. C. Doug...
SOCIETY ITEMS Katharine Evans Weds Lf. C. Doug Couto The Danforth chapel on the university of Iowa campus, Iowa City, provided the setting for the exchange of nuptial vows by Miss Katharine Evans and Lt. C. Douglass Couto. The ceremony, with the vows and promises written by the brlda and bridagroom, was performed by the Rev. Craig Wilier at 7:30 o'clock August 18. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trump of 338 42nd Street, Des Molnes, and of the bridegroom Mrs. Darlene Couto, Postville. The bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. Ray R, Douglass, and the late Ray R, Douglass of Postville. The bride chose a gown of polyester cotton with a ruffled, scoop neckline, featuring bishop sleeves which were cuffed from the wrist to the elbow with tiny buttons, a sashed belt which tied in the back, and a ruffled hemline. hemline. She wore a floral headpiece headpiece of pink sweetheart roses, blue and white daisies, ivy and baby breath and stephanotis. She carried a colonial bouquet of matching flowers. Elly Shurson attended the bride as maid of honor, and the bride s- miiids were Mary Jo Pierce and Linda Severson. Their gowns were Long Light blue fashioned lite that of the bride. Picture hats of dark blue trimmed with streamers of matching light blue completed their ensembles. They carried baskets of baby breath, blue and wliite daisies. The bride's personal attendant was Sue Techau, and Mrs. Lowell Brandt attended the guest book. Following the vows and exchange exchange of rings, and while the organist continued playing "Love Story" the bride came forward and presented her mother and the mother and grandmother of the bridegroom each with a single long stemmed rose decorated decorated with a light blue ribbon and bow. The mother of the bride wore a long floral cotton polyester dress trimmed with crocheted lace. The mother of the bridegroom bridegroom wore a long pink polyester polyester dress with a matching pink crocheted lace overjacket. The bridegroom's grandmother wore a turquoise long crepe gown, trimmed at the hemline with white beading on the left. All had matching corsages of sweetheart sweetheart rosebuds, baby breath and white daisies. Serving the bridegroom as best man was Lowell Brandt. Edward Edward Couto and Roy Evans, brothers of the couple, were groomsmen. Guests ware ex- oo.rted by Jeanne Digani and Mathew Erickson. Following the ceremony a reception reception was held in the Empire Room at the Carousel Inn in Coralvllle. The newlyweds are spending a wedding trip in the Pocono Mountains Mountains in Pennsylvania, and will be at home in Newport News, Virginia, Virginia, where Lt. Couto is sta- tioned with the Air Force at Langley Air Force Base, Both are graduates of the University of Iowa, Lt. Couto in 1972 since which time he has served with the Air Force. Mrs, Couto attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids for one year, and is a 1973 graduate of the U. of Iowa. Rehearsal Dinner Mrs. Couto and Mrs. Douglass, Douglass, mother and gramdmother of the bridegroom,, were co- hostesses at a rehearsal dinner on Friday which was held in the Carousel Room at the Carousel Inn, Coralville. at club must Mrs. Baltz Announce Engagemenf Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Masonhall Masonhall announce the engagement of their daughter Wendy to Dale J. Kramar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kramer of Hopklnton. Both are graduates of the University University of Iowa. Miss Masonhall is employed with the V. A. Hospital in Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. Mr. Kramer is employed by the Internal Revenue Servince in St. Paul, Minnesota. An October 13th wedding is being planned in the Community Presbyterian Church, Postville. , Mr. Waters Mr. Mr. Curtis Mr. Mr. and and and family, and and family, family, Sandy Duwe Shower Honoree Saiidy Duwe, bride - elect of Dennis Koenig, was honored at a kitchen shower Tuesday, August 21. Mrs. Earle Corlett, Mrs. Milton Koenig, and Mrs. Verne Koenig were co-hostesses in the Corlett homo for the 9:30 a.m. brunch. Appointments and decorations decorations carried out the "Country" theme in checked gingham and floral arrangements in antique kitchenware. Readings and a bridal game furnished the entertainment, after after which Miss Duwe opened her gifts. Guests included; Mrs. Earl Koenig, Mrs. Leonard Koenig, Mrs. Loren Koenig, Mrs. Sharon Marsh, Mrs. Gary West, Mrs. Ray Schara, Mrs. Wayne

Clipped from Postville Herald29 Aug 1973, WedPage 5

Postville Herald (Postville, Iowa)29 Aug 1973, WedPage 5
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