virginia beying wedding notice 9/4/1960

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I Focler Sludto into of | lon- lon- * I 'He Rev. Thomas .1. Ciilhane lace I ' the ceremony. Vases of flame 1 ilccoratcd the altar. Miss .leanic Virginia- Virginia- Be*ying Wed' On Aug. 27 Miss Virginia Marie Beying, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 1". BeyjoE, Easton, and Bryan Kom Lunsford, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Liuis'FnM, Esstcm. were married married in a double ring ceremony Kaliirday, Aug. 27. at 9:30 a.m. in Saint Lawrence Church of Eas- Eas- Exchange Vows At Hor.on A wedding o( inlerest to Mus-couli Mus-couli Mus-couli friends arid relatives took place Saturday, July 30. at Ihe First Baptist church of Horton, when Miss Lili Fern HochsM-ter, HochsM-ter, HochsM-ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hochstetter of llorlon, and William G. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilson of the Fair-view Fair-view Fair-view community, near Museotah were married. The Rev. Richard Sweesy, as-listed as-listed as-listed -by -by the. Rev. Ivan Yingling, .ffieiated at the double rni2 set' vice. Mrs. Richard Sweeiy, aunt of Ihe bride, was organist and accompanied Miss Sharon Smith who sang '1 Love You Truly" and "The Lard's Prayer." The matron of honor was Mrs. Jack Knight, sister ot the bride, who wore a ballerina length gown of pink organdy and carried a bounuet df white carnations in cascade effect. Another sister. Sandra HochsteUcr, was junior bridesmaid. She wore a blue organdy organdy dress and carried a bouquet bouquet of white carnations, . Marcia Jones, a cousin of the bridegroom, was Ihc flower girl and Donald Robertson, a nephew of the briile-groom, briile-groom, briile-groom, was ring bearer. Larry Swendson was best man and 'Dale Stirton was the junior attendant. Ushers were Harold Stirton, ah uncle- uncle- of Ihe bride-groom, bride-groom, bride-groom, of Muscolah. and Jack Knieht. Escorted and given in mapriaije bv her father. Ihe bride wore a gown of white Chantilly lace over taffeta fashioned with a fitted bodice and v-ncckline v-ncckline v-ncckline outlined with seed pearls and-secuinsi and-secuinsi and-secuinsi Thc tarwrcd sleeves were full length. The ballerina length skirt was worn over hooos and featured lace and net ruffles from the waist to the hemline, iler fingertip lenelh veil of illusion (ell from a tiara of seed pearls and sequins. Her bouauct was of red and white carnations. A reception followed in the church dining room. The lace covered covered table was centered with a three tier wedding cake topped with miniature bride and groom and decorated with pint and whi'e rosebuds. Lighted lapcis in lew holders flanked the cake. Serving at the reeenlicr. were Mrs. Larry Swendson. Mrs C. M. Edmonds. Miss Sallv Bcilrand. Mrs. Ron- Ron- THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Judith is announced, by her porcnls. Mr. Mr. Taylor's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ball is a graduate of at Emporia State Teachers college. Sigma social sororily. Mr. Taylor is a graduate of Mtssbui i Stale al Maryvillc. He is aid Schentz. Miss Phyllis Curlis. Mrs. Ivan Yingling and Mrs. Ivan (loelisletler. The bride, a graduate of Horton Horton High school, has been employed employed at the Jlorlon Garment (actory. The groom is a graduate of ACCHK, Effingham, and is an emclove of the Lowe Grain and Feed Co. in Horlon. Aflcr a wedding trip to Colorado Colorado the couple is al home on a farm near Horlon. Donna Fuhrman Wed On At,g. 6 St. Benedict's chnrcSi in Ben-tlcna Ben-tlcna Ben-tlcna was the sirenc of the wedding wedding ef Miss Donna Louise Kuhr- Kuhr- groomsman, Ushers were I^on Erdley, Severance, and Iloberl Krakcs. Highland. Eseorlod to I lie altar by her fa-Iher.^llio fa-Iher.^llio fa-Iher.^llio biide ^iure a Hour length sown of imported Swiss embroidery. embroidery. It was stvli'd wilh a molded Coim-tiy wis A" by Assisting Uriim-mel, and ii e Ama-rifio, In and St. wilh Hot the Mrs. oT of B. Am-arillo; Am-arillo; Hot Milch-ell Miss Sunday. at-lendini,1. at-lendini,1. Hex were miscellaneous relatives Ilaniish, vocalist, sang "O God of Lovliness" and "On This Day" arenmpnnied by John Slicgel, jr. at thc organ. Miss Donna HevinK was maid | of honor and (he bridesmaid, was Miss Tern Striega. They wore ballerina dresses of Paris pink in pure silk organza over matching matching laffela. The Fitted bodices featured featured mollified scoop necklines. Ihe waists and the very full skirts had sweetheart, bows witl> streamers. They carried bouquets at carnations. Dale Cook of Easlon was best man and Dennis Nelson or Kansas Citv was groomsman. Escorted to the altar by her Fa ther, the bride wore a white floor length gown of pure silk organza over heavy bridal taHeta with large hooped, petticoat. Thc dress .■an appinpii-.s appinpii-.s appinpii-.s oi tniporre-o tniporre-o tniporre-o Vyiiari- Vyiiari- i r lillu !•>«> ,ac„c in.i.olln-l in.i.olln-l in.i.olln-l linv1 L seed pearls and sequins. The Fit- Fit- \ ted Iwdice was slylerl wilh a scoop neckline and the long sleeves layered to point over thc hands. A large sweel heart bow of ilk ci-;;an*a ci-;;an*a ci-;;an*a was at the waistline in back. Her colonial bouquet was of white carnations. Garden [lowers decorated the church hall for a reception ini- ini- edialely followins the ceremony. Miss Gloria Stafford and Miss Jeannie Schrick served the punch and Miss Vera Meinert and Miss Barbara Navinsky the cake. Pre siding at the guest book were Mira Linda Beying and Miss Pamela Lunsfnrd. Miss Carol Wells and Miss Clara Wagner were al the gilt table. Following a wedding trip to the Lake of the Oiarks the couple will be at home it the Suele Apartment!, Apartment!, Easton. m Mm' '' ' '". ■ ^P* ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ "^^^^^^^^^^^^ r .... ■ ■ SanBH^Mr GARDEN CLUB . The Atchison Garden club will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Thompson's Thompson's restaurant. Mrs. Charlotte MR. AND MRS. FRANK JOE DAVIS bodice, scalJiwwd sabrina neckline and short cap sleeves. The houf- houf- er an nnder-skirl nnder-skirl nnder-skirl of man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fuhrman of Severance, to Frank Joe Davis, nopliew of Mr. and Mrs. Farces! Acker af L'eona. Vows were exchanged Alls. Ii at 10 a.m. .with the Rev. Waller Voll. mar officiating nt Ihc double ring service. Mrs. Harry Joyce of St. Joe was organist and Pete Hailing of Denton, Denton, vooalist. Arrangements of while gladioli decorated the main altar. Mrs. Norma Inn Berry of Doniphan Doniphan was malrnn ' of honor and Mrs, Patty Olson of Willis was the bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns in bue and carried bouquets bouquets of nick carnations. Susan Fuhrman, a niece ot the bride, was rtowor girl and Mike Erdley, Erdley, a nephew of the bridegroom, was ring boarcr William A Fuhrman of Severance font skirt. I UiDUTI IXTERIOR HOUSI PAINT IML CO10« AND WHiTI

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  1. The Atchison Daily Globe,
  2. 04 Sep 1960, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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