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 - Howard Lentner Takes Wisconsin Girl As Bride...
Howard Lentner Takes Wisconsin Girl As Bride Garlands of white gladioli and greens decorated, the Congregational church in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., for marriage of Miss Nancy Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor of Sturgeon Bay, and Howard Lent- ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lentner, 2047 Wales rd NE, this afternoon at the appointed hour of 1:30. The couple repeated their wedding vows in the double ring performed by the Rev. Robert Tully. During the service Kenneth Haines sang "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Reynolds, both of Sturgeon Bay. THE BRIDE, who was escorted down the aisle by her father, chose a floor-length gown of white silk bombazine, detailed with a Sabrina neckline of Alen- con lace re-embroidered in se- quins and seed pearls, and long Mas-'tapered sleeves. The full bouf- - - - __. fant skirt, which ended in a sweep train, featured a large bow at the back. She wore a mantilla veil of French imported lace and carried a white lace fan covered with weds plan to live in Syracuse, N. Y. while Mr.'Lentner continues continues his education in the Maxwell graduate school of Syracuse university. university. Mrs. Lentner will teach English in Baldwinsville'academy and Central school. MX. Lentner is an alumnus of Washington high school. Both, the bride'and groom are graduates of Miami university, Oxford. On Friday evening the bridal party was entertained at a dinner at the Sturgeon Bay Yacht club. phalaenopis orchids and stephanotis. stephanotis. Interwoven in her bouquet J.11LG.L \\\J VC11 111 IIV^L UULlV^lACt was a spray o f mock orange bios- i_: _t_ i J T .. A _«~; n J 1*.. soms, which had been carried by the bride's great-grandmother 85 years ago. Miss Jo Courtrlght of Sturgeon Bay served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Kay Bonn' . f Ba u paula Ran . dall of Milwaukee. Wis., Miss Judy Spencer of Racine, Wis., Miss Nancy George of Versailles, . • j 10. of Appleton, Wis. They were honored this morning at a breakfast'given by Mrs. Donald Donald Irmiger. " • The bride has been feted at i. number of parties given.by Mrs. Frank Lentner of Massillon, Mrs. Andrew Neikamp of Dayton, Mrs. James Kauffman of Columbus, Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority sisters sisters at Oxford, Mrs. Donald Hey- nolds of Sturgeoa Bay, Mrs. Adolph Bunkowski, Mrs. James Mitchell and Miss Nina Benedict of Oshkosh, Wis., Mrs. Mildred ^ ^ „ ^ ___ H ^ ert Timmennan Courtright> MJss - Jo Courtrigh t ( sr_» T H E ATTRACTIVE young girls were dressed alike in ballerina-length ballerina-length gowns of Castilian blue and silk organza. The Em- Urs. Elmer Bonn, Miss Kay Bohn, Mrs. Milford Prange, Mrs. Howard Howard Farrand and Mrs. Louis Pleck of Sturgeon Bay. he by in M- bow and ended in very full floating floating panels. Their skirts were full and flaring. They wore hairbraid picture hats with long taffeta ribbons and French heeled slippers in colors matching their gowns and carried carried fans of white nylon tulle with a cluster of blue feathered carnations. Paul Cherry of Oxford served as best man. Ushers were Ray Deimling of Bay Village, cousin of the groom, Dan Taylor, brother brother of the bride, John Knapp of Oxford, Phil Invin, of Hamilton Bay. . iMrs. Taylor chose a blue sheath _oy, . . , ., ^i.-t iri *K O Labor Day Weekend At Brookside Labor Day activities at Brookside Brookside country club include a dinner dinner dance Saturday, Aug. 30. Dinner Dinner will be served from 7 to 9:30 p. m. with dancing beginning at 8 p. m. Charlie Pickens orchestra will provide the music. Sunday, Aug. 31 the club -will sponsor individual swimming championships starting at 4:45 p. m. There will be races for ___ . both goys and girls, 16 years and"ch'arles~FarrancTof Stuirgeonjand under. The pool will remain open until Sept 15, weather permitting. permitting. The 36 hole final of the club champion flight golf tournament will be played on Labor Day. The weekend activities will conclude with a buffet Labor Day dress with a wide pleat in the back, matching slippers and pink gloves and hat. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Lentner, i to 8 p. r The club will closed Tuesday, Tuesday, Sept. 2. 0 0 0 beige sheath dress with a fishtail back and honey beige hat with brown accessories and a yellow rosebud corsage.^ ^ Honors Daughter

Clipped from The Evening Independent23 Aug 1958, SatPage 5

The Evening Independent (Massillon, Ohio)23 Aug 1958, SatPage 5
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