Mayme and Don's wedding announcement
The basket bridal home dark high employed Mr. by have in the fork. for MAYME BROWNELU DON KERF MARRIED Exchange Vows Today At St. Wenceslaus At nine ajn. today in Wenceslaus c h u r c Mayme Louise BrowneU became became the bride of Mr. J. Kerf. The Rev. Edward Neuzil officiated at the ceremony, ceremony, which was attended 100 guests. * Miss BrowneU is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brovmell. East Bloomlcgton street. Mr Kerfs parents, Mr. and lira. Kerf, live on Route 5. Bouquets of vari-colored glad ioli adorned the altar. Mf Philip Engrlert furnished nuptial organ music and sang "Ave Maria" "Oh Lord, I Am Not Worthy". Miss Brownell chose a beige with vrhite accessories, and wore a corsage of white roses. Her of honor was a sister, Miss Brownetl of Clinton, who wore green suit witb brovm accessories, and a corsage' of red roses. ilrs. Brovi-nell wore blue crepe, and Mrs. Kerf chose green crepe Serving as best man was Mr. Thomas Kerf, brother of the bridegroom. Bouquets of gladioli and asters decorated the bride's borne for reception following the ceremony. Hostesses vrere Mrs. George Gillmore, Gillmore, the bride's twin sister, Miss Irene Crow. Mrs, Kerf is a graduate of High school, and is employed in the dietetics department of University University hospital. Mr. Kerf, who also is a graduate of City High school, is engaged in farming. couple will make their home Iowa City, Among 1 guests at the wedding were Mr, Robert Schwartz of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shima family of Solon, and Mr. and D, L. BrowneU of Oelwein.