Lisa Bosse Bday Party

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Lisa Bosse Bday Party
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News * Sociefti ATCHBON1 GlOBE ~ ^/ SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1966 PAGE 1-A 1-A 1-A ■ ■ * • ^ "SKS-BJ "SKS-BJ "SKS-BJ >;;::S::i11S?:S??:S::;:s,: : | r: ::.:.;,;; : ;.: : : 1 ;,: : :::;S : : i i| : : : : ;.• • : : * *' ; S?;»:;S?^:V f .: :;;;;■:■::;; Si; iiiiii; : i ;.;.:,.;>■;; -| -| -;:;:::;:::;;;;•:■::::,; -;:;:::;:::;;;;•:■::::,; .;,f , ■ ; ; mm., : . . : . • JiU Qto&e Came* a Qosa 3& a SSixtfiday tfjuniy, Lisa Bosse, right, ana brother, Kren, peeking from behind the curtain at let)., ?.j.A ind with the fish pond. Lined up ready to fish are from left, Alice Ann O'Keefe, Tish Millar and Allison Jones, Other games included "pin thetail on the donkey" and several outdoor games with prizes awarded. Fay Bosse, daughter of Dr. ar.d Mrs. Frank Bosse, center, was honored guest Sept. 17 at a party at the Bosse home on Riverview Drive, in celebration of her sixth birthday. Guests included kindergarten classmates. Kelli Klnzer, left, and Kathy Klein, with Fay inspect the birthday cake, in center, which was decorated with a little girl boll playing nn grass In front of a lattice fence. Elizabeth O'Meilia, loft, cL;ihey while blindfolded. I Jan Weatherford, received "tails" from Lisa, to pin on the A perfect little hostess is Fay at right, greeting guests, from left, Raleigh Hull, Luollen Hull and Katheigh Huli, all of Weston. long tapered f.Jjcve.'i and detachable chapel length train fell from an overlapping backsash, Herp"uf veilwasheld a pearl and crystal ^rowu. carried a bouquet of white and a hand tooled silver rosary from Spain. Miss Sherry Tull, Atchison, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Mrs. Al Jensen, Weston, Conn., sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. The bridesmaid was Miss Marlanna Sears of Wichita. wore floor length gowns of apple green chiffon over satin headdresses of matching petals and carried white daisies, Darrell Crocker was best man groomsmen were JayKlas-sen JayKlas-sen and Alan Thlebaud. Ushers were Fred Hale and Mel Johnson, Johnson, All are from Wichita, Mrs. Tull, mother of the bride, wore a turquoise lined voile ensemble with matching floral hat and turquoise accessories. accessories. Mrs. Clark, mother the bridegroom, wore a hot pink silk sheath dress with pink floral hat and navy blue accessories. accessories. Each wore a corsage of white glamellas, Following the ceremony are-ceptlon are-ceptlon are-ceptlon was held in the church hall. Serving as hostesses were Misses Kay Keltner and Pam Emig and Mesdames Junior Thlry, Merle Surritt, William Nichols and Jerry H1U. The bride is a graduate of Kansas unlver sity and Mr. Clark a graduate of Wichita State As You Know Comings ar.d Goings; Addison and Virginia Mize home ytsterday from a stay at the Grccnbriar hotel in While Sulphur Snrings, Va, Addison attended a tine convention and Virginia went 3'^ng for the fur.. ... Dorothy Mooie guestinc with her sister and brother -in -in - law, Janet and Dr. Don Koser, in Cherokee, la. Over the weekend, they were In Minneapolis h Hilund n couple of plays at the famed Tyrone Guthrie Theatre. Lwrnthy will return home Tuesday. ... Terry and Maura O'Keefe and thrisESDmc from Wichita here for the weekend with Terry's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Maurice O'Keefe. Came along especially to show off their new son, Charles Larkln, who arrived Aug, 17. Tracy and Bridget are his big sisters. ... Art Miller home today from a two week training session with General Motors In Detroit, , . . Helen and George Mangels dorf due to arrive late this week lor a visit with Helen's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W.C. Thornlng. ... Lt. Cmdr. James and Marcla Allingham arriving Tuesday to guest at our house lor a few days, En route to San Diego where Jim will be executive officer on the missile frigate, Mahan John and Carole Jenkins and dtr, Melissa back to their home in Ottawa after a vacation at the Y Camp at Estes Park, Colo, Four - year - old Melissa fascinated with the horses and became quite proficient in the art of horseback riding - tiding trail trips with the guides every day, Enjoying the luncheon of liot dogs and all tha good thi rr;.i that go iv.tn {•:'...< ice cream and cake, are from left, Phil Price, Chris Burbach, Mar. MuchWc. and Kren Bosse. The main dining area was decorated with baUrons snr] si,-. si,-. si,-. received party hats, which they defied !wfore being seated at tnt -^frs -^frs . Club 30 had a gay evening last night with members gathering at the Seventh and Main street parking lot to board a couple of old fashioned hayracks for the ride to Bellevue Country club. Gingham and denim was the attire for the evening of dinner and dancing at the club, Chairmanlng the gala were Paul and Wilma Dunbar assisted by Curt and Dorothy Zahnd and Dick and Bonnie Ellis. university, where both are currently currently working on master's degrees degrees while teaching In the Wichita school system. They are making their home at 301 South Belmont, Wichita. The evening before the wedding wedding a rehearsal dinner was Sam and Sally Stiles and sons, David and Stephen, on their way back to the United States after two years in Lome, Togo, South Africa, Sam was an executive with the Peace Corps in Africa. The Stiles left Togo the first of August and have been touring Europe since. They are now in England and will be planing home later this week. They will return to their former home In Rockvllle, Md, and hope to visit here at Christmas time. Sally is the sister of Ronnie (Mrs. Art) Miller and dtr. of Mrs, Tom Hamilton of Lewiston, Ida. The Atchison Garden club will have a style show and luncheon Oct. 14 at 1 p.m. at the First Methodist church for vnembers and guests. Members are to make their reservation* with Mrs. Seott Pullver or Miss Ethel Turner, who are serving a* hostesses. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ After gifts were opened, a group of the children gathered around the piano for singing of Jingles while Fay played the accompaniment. Seated next to the honored guest on the piano bench is Kim Begley, who was also observing her sixth birthday.

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  1. The Atchison Daily Globe,
  2. 25 Sep 1966, Sun,
  3. Page 13

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