Clipped From Garden City Telegram
STANDING BY the wishing well after the shower Tuesday night in the Kenneth Swenson home are Carol J-ssn Heer, and her fianctfTPaul Sherer. •« Pre - nuptial Shower * Honors Carol Jean Heer Tuesday evening the home of Mrs. Kenneth Swenson, 605 N. 6th, was the scene of a blue and white bridal shower honoring Carol Jean Heer. Miss Heer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heer, 1911 Chesterfield and the bride- elect of Paul Sherer of Mullinville. Special guests attending were the mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Heer; Jane Sherer, Mrs. Ralph Sherer and Mrs. Vernon Sherer, the sister, mother and grandmother of the future bricje- groom. For entertainment a bride's veil was designed by each of the forty guests and then modeled. Miss Heer's veil was chosen as the leading design. A scrapbook was made by the guests depicting the various ages of the future bride from baby- hood to tfhe time when she will begin her life in Muflinyille. A six foot high decorative wishing well entwined with red climbing roses held, the gifts for the •bride. Miss Shere, sister of Miss Heer's fiance, assisted in selecting the gift from the wishing well. White lace over blue satin covered tlie buffet tad>le. Mrs. Jim Stoner poured and Mrs. Clayton Ladwig served from the table centered witJi a crystal arrangement, a miniature bridal couple, blue tapers entwined with bells and white bows. Blue punch and white heart shaped cakes decorated with blue flowers were served. Hostesses were Mmes. Jim Stoner, Ted' Oyerton, Clayton Ladwig, Coy Farrell and neth Swenson.