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1950 wedding - I I Scharfenberg-Hansell Scharfenberg-Hansell...
I I Scharfenberg-Hansell Scharfenberg-Hansell Scharfenberg-Hansell Vows Spoken MISS JUNE HANSELL, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Hansell, Sr, 1630 Fillmore street, became the bride of William A. Scharfenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Scharfenberg, 1111 West Eighth street, at 7 p. m. Saturday in Calvary Baptist church with the Rev. F. G. Codd officiating at the candlelight, double ring ceremony. ceremony. Mrs. Paul Still presided at the organ, and Albert Lewis was the soloist Baskets of gladioli and snapdragons and ferns decorated decorated the altar. Mrs. W. E. Erickson served her sister as matron of honor, and Miss Betty Stoffers, cousin of the bridegroom, Miss Mary Goetz and Miss Frances Werthmann, were the bridesmaids. Judy Detleff, cousin of the bridegroom, was flower girl, and Donald Erikson, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. Walter Scharrenberg attended his brother as best man, and ush- ush- i crs were Robert Bell, William j Stoffers and John P. Kakert. S Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride was attired in a white organdy gown fashioned with a lace yoke with seed pearl With this PIN; t - J ' ' jyou can jHEAR ! a pin drop! I see it TODAY! Or WRITE NOW I , . . It's the new movable microphone of the new SONOTONE, and Iooke like lovely jeweled brooch. No dangling outside outside cords! No muffling clothes-rub clothes-rub clothes-rub noise. SONOTONE 307 Putnam Bldg. Phone 3-2871 3-2871 3-2871 ! FREE Please lend n free booklet telling the exdring tory of the new Sonotone. Nam. Addraa, I I. City. "1 J MRS. WM. SCIIARFENBERG trim, fitted bodice and a full skirt extending into a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil was held by a Juliet cap of lace and seed pearls and she carried a cascade arrangement arrangement of white roses and lilies of the valley with an orchid center. She had full length lace mitts. Mrs. Erickson was in a blue organdy organdy over taffeta dress. The bridesmaids were in similar gowns wjth Miss Stoffers in pink. Miss Goetz in yellow and Miss Werthmann Werthmann in green. They all wore mitts and caps to match their gowns and carried white carnations carnations tied with pastel ribbons. The flower girl's dress matched the bride's. Immediately following the ceremony, ceremony, a reception was held at the bride's parental home for approximately approximately 200 guests. Assisting were Mrs. John R. Hansell, Mrs. Fred E. Hansell, Jr., Miss Sally Niels and Miss Henrietta Bormann. For the wedding trip to Miami, Fla., the bride had selected a beige : suit with red accessories. After June 26 they will reside at 1525 i Fulton court. Mrs. Scharfenberg was graduated graduated from Davenport high school and is employed at the F. W. Wool-worth Wool-worth Wool-worth Co. Mr. Scharfenberg is ; also a graduate of Davenport high school and is employed at the Davenport Davenport postoffice. Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bolts of Gary, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hansell, Jr., of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hansell of Ames. The Navy club auxiliary has changed the next meeting date from June 15, as previously announced. announced. They will meet Tuesday, June 6, at the clubrooms, 426 Perry Perry street. to 111. St. the be the and 10 ! ! is j at j ! j at I I j Pyth-j ian

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  1. Quad-City Times,
  2. 04 Jun 1950, Sun,
  3. Page 36

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