Clipped From The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune
.CHILLICQTHE CONSJITUTION-TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, people MR. AND MRS. GARY LYNN MACHHOLZ Photo by Bailey Studio Donna Crookshanks is bride of Gary Machholz Miss Donna Marie Crookshanks became the bride of Gary Lynn Machholz on Saturday, March 1, at St. Columban's Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crookshanks and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Machholz of Chillicothe. A white cloth draped the altar, which was flanked with ferns and candles and accented accented with a seven-branched candelabra. Miss Cheryl Yeomans, Chillicothe, presided at the guest book. The Rev. Mr. Lawrence Schneider, Godfather of the bride, performed the double- ring ceremony. The marriage lessons were read by Ed Milbank, brother-in-law of the bnde. Danny Saale of Chillicothe and Mike Machholz of Marshall, Marshall, nephew of the bridegroom, seated guests as Jim Staton, brother-in-law of the bride, played selections on the organ. Colleen Stark of Carroilton sang "Longer" and "The Lord's Prayer." Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a Demibell Silhouette gown styled styled of imported Satapeau over taffeta. The fitted bodice with yoke effect high petal neckline and fitted sleeves were appli- qued in clusters of hand- clipped Baroque Venice lace medallions. The same trim was repeated on the skirt, which was edged in soft pleating at the hemline and sleeves. A fitted belt of satin circled the waist with a French bow. The bride wore a picture hat of white re- embroidered Alencon lace and organza accented by silk flowers. The bridal bouquet consisted consisted of burgundy cymbidium orchids, calla lilies, and purple purple statics surrounded by green eucalyptus, English ivy and baby's breath. It was a cascading bouquet, very light and airy. Attending the bride were her sisters, Mrs. Ed Milbank and Mrs. Jim Staton. They wore floor-length gowns of wineberry. Each carried long- stemmed calla lilies and burgundy cymbidium orchids with purple statice, green eucalyptus, English ivy and baby's breath. Brian Staton, nephew of the birde, and Andy Anderson, nephew of the bridegroom, were ringbearers. Both wore burgundy jackets and knee- length pants. Steve Coult, Mexico, Mo., served as best man. Also attending attending the bridegroom was his brother, Richard Machholz of Marshall. Greeting guests at the reception, which was held at the Knights of Columbus hall, Mrs. Crookshanks, the bride's . mother, was attired in a beige chiffon crepe dress. It featured a mandarin collar, tucked bodice and gathered waist which flowed into a tucked tucked hemline. It was accented' with Uupe accessories and Â«Â· deep pink cattelya orchid. Mrs. Machholz, mother of the bridegroom, chose a champagne colored two-piece suit of boucle knit. She wore a deep pink cattelya orchid. The bride's table was decorated with a white cloth and overlay. The centerpiece of burgundy and pink silk flowers in a silver cooler was flanked by white tapers in silver branched candlebra. The five-tiered wedding cake was separated by columns columns and topped with an arrangement of miniature pink carnations. Refreshments were served by Miss Diana Dowell, Chillicothe, Miss Smith, Kansas City; Mrs. Anderson, Rolla, sister of bridegroom and Mrs. Richard Machholz, Marshall, sister-in- law of the bridegroom. Miss Cindy Denny of Warrensburg received the gifts. Mrs. John Yeomans and Miss Cheryl Yeomans bride-elect Donna Crookshanks with a miscellaneous shower in their home on December 27. A surprise shower was on January 8 by Miss Ann Morton, sorority sister of Crookshanks, at their sorority house in Warrensburg. Miss Crookshanks was honored with a brunch and bridal shower January 12 Mrs. Bob Staton and Mrs. Barnes in the Staton home. A miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Lawrence Schneider and Mrs. Mark Englert in the Schneider on February 1. Mrs. W. L. Shaffer, Jr., entertained with an afternoon bridal tea on February 2. Shaffer was assisted by W. L. Shaffer HI. Miss Crookshanks and Mr. Machholz were feted with covered-dish dinner ' and miscellaneous shower on February 9 by Miss Peggy Lucas and Mr. and Mrs. Kline, in the Kline home. A bridemaid's luncheon honor of Mrs. Crookshanks was given in the home of Ralph Moffatt on February Honored guests were Mrs. Crookshanks, Mrs. Lloyd Macholz, Mrs. Ed Milbank and Mrs. Jim Staton. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Machholz on February 29 Harlow's. The honored couple presented gifts to the attendants attendants Chapter T of P.E.O. visits Peter Pan Chapter T, P.E.O., met Friday afternoon, May 16, in lounge of Peter Pan School. guided tour of the school conducted by Mrs. Colleen Clinefelter, director. After the business meeting, refreshments were served the hostesses, Mrs. John Mrs. Bob Smith and Mrs. Edgerton Welch.