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 - 3 It a wcddiufr cake placed on a mirror in the...
3 It a wcddiufr cake placed on a mirror in the center of the table flanked on each side by double-candle holders, and candles. The cake was baked iby the bride's mother. Miss Bonnie Cady had charge of the guest book, Miss Patsy Thompson, Thompson, Miss Shirley Freed and Miss Janice Florell had charge of the gifts. Miss Marilyn Johnson and Miss Susie Reed poured. For traveling traveling the bride wore a gray wool suit with red accessories. The couple is living in Okumlgee, Okla., where the groom is attend'ng Olslahoma A and M Technical college. * * * I'opclka-Mosier (By The Telescope's Mrniden Corr.) On February 16, 1956, the Wesleyan Wesleyan Methodist church at Belleville Belleville Kan., was the setting for the wedding ceremony of Miss Evelynn Evelynn Popelka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Popelka of Munden, who became the bride of Dwight Mosier, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mosier of Belleville. The Hev. Frank Gilger performed a lace cloth and the three tiered the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a two piece dusty rose dress an dcarried a white Bible, a gift from the bride-groom, which was covered with pink roses. Miss Lorene Shulda of Belleville was maid of honor. She wore a green suit. Fred Flyea of Belleville was best man. The bride's mother wore a dress of charcoal grey and a white corsage and the groom's mother chose navy blue with a white corsage. Mrs. Murray Mike-| sell of Belleville was pianist and she played, "Always" and "Because." "Because." Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the bride's |)arent's home. The three tier wedding caUe was baked by the bride's mother. Mrs. Elsie Horak of Munden and Mrs. Florence .Snook of Belleville served, after which the young couple opened their gifts. After a short wed<ling trij) Mr. Mosier returned to the Navy services where he is stationed stationed at San Francisco, ("al., Mrs. Mosier returned to her duties at the J. C. Penny store at Belleville, where she has worked fur several years.

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 08 Mar 1956, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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