The Jacksonville Daily Journal (Jacksonville, Illinois) i Tuesday, September 30, 1952 - Page 10

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Tuesday, September 30, 1952 - Page 10 - Bequeaith-Hess Vows Said Near White Hall White...
Bequeaith-Hess Vows Said Near White Hall White HaU — The Oak Grove Baptist church five miles northwest northwest of here was the scene of a wedding Saturday night that united. united. Ellen . Imogene Bequeaith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bequeaith of White Hall, and Don Hess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hess of Litchfield. Minn. Rev. Ollie Phillips, pastor of Calvary Baptist church, performed performed the double ring ceremony at 7 o'clock. The chancery was decorated decorated with potted palms, baskets of white gladioli and chrysanthemums, chrysanthemums, and lighter tapers. Music was played by Mrs. A. E. Hudson before the ceremony and Mrs. Kenneth Love sang “I Love V’ou Truly” and “Because.” Rev. rienry Loafman of Virden offer;d offer;d a short prayer. Preceding the oenediction, the couple knelt be- .ore the altar while Mrs. Love sang “The Lord’s Prayer.” The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore Chantilly lace skirt that fell-entrain. The long sleeves were pointed over the hands. A satin cap banded in seed pearls and a row of orange blossoms blossoms held her chapel veil. Carries Shower Bouquet She wore a two strand pearl necklace, gift of the bridegroom, and carried a shower bouquet of white mums and pink rosebuds. She was attended by her sister, Audrey Bequeaith of Springfield, as maid of honor and Reatha Dar ... by of Gaylord. Mich, as bndes -1 maid. They wore velvet gowns ; with strapless bodices. Velvet ! aprons ruffled In net adorned the i .sLts of net over satin. They had | large shawl collars edged in net. I Tie mu« .1 Umor .ore Am.rk i Bruce Blansett Wed Saturday In Minnesota blue. Miss Bequeaith carried yellow' yellow' baby mums and Miss Darby gold shaded mums. Clarence Bequeaith. brother of and satin with a net yoke and a | the bride, and Terry Applegate; were candlelighters and ushers. | Joe Bequeaith. nephew of the ^ bride, carried the rings on a white satin pillow edged in lace. Sheryl Pearson, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl, wearing cinnamon cinnamon taffeta and carrying shaded yellow mums. Serves .^s Best Man Cliff Hess of the Navy in Wash ington. D.C., w’as best man for brother and Loren Pearson, bro! bro! ther-in-law of the bridegroom, served served as groomsman. Tlie bride's mother wore blue crepe, the bridegroom’s mother rust crepe. Both had black accessories accessories and corsages of W’hite baby in inns. Concan beauty, the bridesmaid rojal hiiii» Miss RpniiMith rarripd vel- M. A reception in the church dining room follow'ed the ceremony. Mrs. Charles Overton and Mrs. I Ray Shelton served punch and a ifour tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Ollie Phillips and Mrs. Friend assisted assisted in serving and Mrs. Friend registered the guests. The couple left on a ten day trip to Niagara Falls and Canada. They will reside at Minneapolis where the bridegroom is employed with the Hot Point Electric corporation. corporation. He served 25 months in World Winchester—Miss Melva Coulter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Coulter of Mankato, Minn., became became the bride of Capt. Bruce Blansett, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Blansett, in an informal home wedding at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Sept. 27. Tlie Methodist minister performed the ceremony before members of the immediate fam- Uies and a few’ close friends. Tlie bride, who was given in marriage by her father, choose a grey faille suit w'ith a corsage of white orchids. A reception was held for the weddings guests at the home immediately following the ceremony. The young couple then left for a wedding trip to Canada after which they w'ill be at home at 1 Christopher Street. New' York City. Mrs. Blansett, who has been em- ploj’ed in New York, is a graduate graduate of the University of Minnesota. Afr’’rorirhnt »"d ^as been employed as fn nLpmmhpr Hp ' beauty operator here and in Chi-! charged m Decemmber. He is gu« attended Newbv Bible i graduate of {he Winchester Out-of-towTi guests at the wed-1 Karding included the bridegroom’s'^^ i parents, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat jlle War II. The bride is a graduate ! of the local high school, class of school class of 1941. Mrs. P. L. Blansett returned Sunday from the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Blansett of Chicago; accompanied her. Truck and Car Collide jLongstaff of Jacksonville.

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