1948 Wedding The Muscatine Jouranl 8.18.1948
Barbara Hook Is Bride at Church Event Wapello— The marriage of Barbara Louise Hook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hook, and Kenry Irving Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs- Harry B. Montgomery Montgomery of Decoran, Ja., was solemnized solemnized at 2 p. m. Saturday, .Aug. 14, at the Wapello Methodist church in a double ring ceremony read by Dr. E. Clifton Keagy, pas.- pas.- tor. Palms and baskets of white •* gladioli decorated the church and the altar was adorned with white gladioli and white tapers. Given in marriage by her father, father, -the, bride was attended by Helen. Thompson of St. Paul, Minn. James Harrington of Wapello. Wapello. served the bridegroom as best • man with Robert R. Hook, brother of the bride, and James- Peck of Iowa City serving as ushers. ushers. Mrs. B. L. Christie, organist, offered-a program of nuptial mu- Gownea in Satin The bride was attired in a gown of ice blue satin, fashioned with a fitted bodice, with shirred edging edging on a V-shaped neckline and down the center of the sleeves and with a semi-long torso skirt which extended into a train. Her veil of imported French illusion fell from an ice blue satin tiara. She .carried a white orchid on a cascade of white ca'rnations and ^wore. a necklace of seed pearls, gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid- was in a aown of yellow taffeta, styled with a fitted bodice, draped shoulderline and-a' full skirt. She wore yellow l»c« mitts and carried a crescent- shaped bouquet of yellow and ice blue gladioli. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Hook chose a chartreuse linen linen suit with white accessories and a ^corsage of whitp gladioli while ^ Mrs. Montgomery, mother of the ~ bridegroom wore . a light blue gown with black* accessories and a corsage of coral gladioli. The bride's grandmother was in a navy blue print dress and had a corsage of white asters. Reception Held "After the ceremony a reception was held. at the church with Marilyn Peck and Marilyn Richardson, Richardson, of Iowa City, and Diane Montgomery, sister of the bridegroom, bridegroom, serving as -hostesses. Mrs. W> Hobert Hook had charge of the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery left JOE PA10OKA AIN'T... I MEAN ISN'T IT SEWJDfUl.... HOO WRIT'S A POMI: IN LX5H75... I WAUTA . HUG IT...THE EXCITE«UNT,THECArCS, THEAYTERS, CANOE BANDS, GRILLS. STEVE CANYON I AM A FAITHFUL FOLLOWER OF THE AMERICAN HLMS.'..YOl) WOULP BE 50CKSROOP5 IN HOLLYWOOPS... immediately on a wedding trip to Chicago. The bride's traveling ensemble ensemble was a dusty rose gabardine suit, with navy blue accessories and a white orchid corsage. After Sept. 14, they will be at home in New Orleans, La. The bridegroom served three years in the army, including overseas overseas duty. He attended the State University of Iowa arid will complete complete a commerce course at the University in New Orleans. The bride was graduated from the school of nursing at the University University of Iowa and since her graduation graduation has been on the nursing staff at the university hospital. Pre-wedding dinners lor the bridal party were held in the homes of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hook, and of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beik and Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Hook. The Statue of Liberty was un- veifed more than a half century ago.