Delores Buchmeier Marriage 01

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Delores Buchmeier Marriage 01 - THURSPAY, AUGUST 80, 196^if , ^)0th aunta of...
THURSPAY, AUGUST 80, 196^if , ^)0th aunta of the briile, I of peach ^(^1 )1?^ T?^€ bride ,oT|S* * ifoiir*!}. Asaistmgfwith the serving as her i^redding .enBemble ai .svii;, . w^re' MraS Anria Lesovsky, Mrs ,;powj ^ei;*)lufl witjf v ^hiM ^*te«6«!'i ?^*e •.-H^ ,Hel^n Kalivoda,' Mrs. Irene Fell I Her (jQttae ^e was of white CMntt?* and IJrs.'Leona Joy, Miss Mary| tiond, and atephanotjjs.fc' Misa •BiJch!- meier wkis giyen -in mat^ge bjr' i6fM> Lou ^ohntag, cousin'of the bridegroom, had elArge of the guest bookj'Bhd Miss Dolores Bbcquin of Toi>eka, cousin of the bride, and Miss Sue Hostinsky of Manhattan had charge of the gifts. For traveling, the bride chose a'la'vender and gold silk dress with navy accefe- aories, and a corsage of roses and' stephanotis. Mrs. Hostinsky is a feratiuate of Cuba high school with Joe Cook, jr., of PairbUry tej &ceem:f„„,^ nk earti^Uoriji. pink suit; with, wh and a cprsage of p ^ Best mart wais Kay Coonrdd, coiialiri of the bridegroom, from Parsbnfc Wedding march was played;* by Miss Barbara Morris of Fiiirbyryi who also played "Liebegtria ^jn 'l-' softly during the ceremony; "aiid the class of 1946 and has taught! was organ accompanist "for Cecil' school the past five years at Ha- Worth and Cuba. Mr. Hostinsky js also a graduate of the 1946 Cuba "ligh school class and has been em- lihoe that time. After a brief Redding trip in the Black Hills and Colorado, the couple will he at home in their new residence at Cuba. The bride will again teach intermediate room at Cuba grade Bliss of Fairbury who sang "I Love ; You Truly" and "Because." Mrs. Buchmeier attended her daughter's Wedding in a dresa' of navy 'l.oyed in his father's lumber yard and grey figured bemberg, with' white accessories and a corsag'e'Of' pink carnations. Mrs. Lowe wore a figured navy bliie sheer with white accessories and a pink carnation corsage. At the reception which followed in the church par- schook Out-of-town wedding, lors, the three tiered 'wedding'cake Quests were Anton Barnett, Mrs.' Pete Bocquin, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrett of Reading, Mr. and Mrs., Charles E. Fisher and family of • Spur, Tex., Mrs. Emm^ Bibbee and Marjorie of Lyndon, Mrs. Dorothy •Miller of Lebo, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hostinsky and,family of Manhattan, Miss Dolores Bouquin of Topeka, Mrs. Loyde Erie of Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Rose Barnett of Wichita. was centered upon a lace covered table, which was also' appointed with white tapers in crystal holders. After pictures were taken of. the bride and bridegroom cutting the traditional first slice, Mrs. Le^; lie Lowe of Mahaska, aunt of the bridegroom, cut the cake. It was served by Miss Anita Lowe of Mahaska and Mrs. Marguerite Bower, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Robert Downs* cousin of the bride, presided at the punch bowl. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Royce Huffman Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Royce Huffman were married Sunday, August 5, at Scandia Methodist church. The former Miss Donna Lee Johnson, Mrs. Huffman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson of Scandia. The bridgroom is formerly of Emporia. They will make their home at Scandia. - • ^ —Thomas Photo Buchmeier-Lowe (By The Telescope's Mahaska Corr.i D e 1 o r e s Marie Buchmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buchmeier of Thompson, Neb., became the bride of James Kent Lowe in a ceremony performed Sunday, August 12, at First Methodist church of Fairbury, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lowe of Mahaska are parents of the bridegroom. The Rev. A. W. Johnson 'tea4- the. double ring service be- ?{'bre ¥1) i4l |;atvqt :;pilma;8pd"baskets Mrs. Lowe left following the reception for a^week's trip to Colorado. The bride is a graduate of Fairbury high school and is now employed at Hested Stores company. Mr. Lowe is a graduate of Mahaska high school, class of 1950. He attended the University of Nebraska before transfering to Fairbury Junior ^College where he will be a sophomore this fall. He has been employed during the summer by Fairbury Bottling Works. Guests (Additional Society on Page ,3). ,,

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