Merlin & Darlene wedding

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Merlin & Darlene wedding - ftallfr Sun, Beatrice, Neb., Sun.. Sept. 16,...
ftallfr Sun, Beatrice, Neb., Sun.. Sept. 16, 1962 ( Daiiene Elliott and Merlin Wright are wed at Dawson DAWSON ~ The Evangelical United Brethren Church of Dawson Dawson was the scene Aug. 19 of the 7:30 p. til. ceremony uniting in marriage Miss Darlene Marie Elliott, Elliott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Elliott, Dawson. and Mer- lltt Charles Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wright, Steinauer. the double ring rites were read by the Rev. C. E. Nichols, Dawson, Dawson, and the Rev. G. Helberg, Lewiston, Lewiston, by candlelight. Present for the ceremony were 100 guests. Harold Wright, Tecumseh, brother of the groom, sang "0 Perfect Love" and "Before Thine Altar" accompanied by Mrs. Rueben Ulmer, Ulmer, Dawson. Baskets of orchid dahlias and white gladioli, and potted ferns banked the altar. Lighting the candles were Miss Rita Jo Wright, Steinauer, sister of the groom, and Mhs Judy Lanning, Dawson, who wore Identically styled frocks of white organdy over white taffeta. The bride fashioned her own dress of white satin and Chantil ly lace. The satin princess style bo dice featured a scoop neckline and short sleeves trimmed with rhinestone rhinestone and pearl designs. The very full satin skirt was edged widi a flounce of Chantilly lacr over satin. Self-fabric flowers of satin and lace were edged around the bottom of the satin skirt where the flounce adjoined. Her veil was held in place by a crown of velvet velvet and crystal beads. Her only jewelry was a crystal bead necklace, necklace, a gift of her mother, which matched her crown and she carried carried a bouquet of white carnations carnations with orchid ribbon and silver silver net. Maid of honor was Miss Ruth Ann Elliott, Verdon, cousin of the bride, and bridesmatron was Mrs. .Roger Wellensiek, Peru. They wore street length dresses of orchid orchid satin featuring large square necklines with collars, short sleeves sleeves and full skirts. They also wore white accessories and rhinestone crowns, gifts of the bride, and carried white carnations tied with orchid ribbons. Attending the groom as best man was his brother, Darrei Wright, Steinauer, and groomsman was Gary Schlosser, Dawson. The corps of ushers included Dwight Elliott, Dawson, brother of t h e bride, Gordon Grotrian, Cook, and Larry Reinsche, Tecumseh, cousin of the groom. ter's wedding a light pastel blue, cotton rayon dress with white accessories. accessories. Mrs. Wright wore a beige lace dress and jacket ensemble ensemble with beige accessories. White carnations with silver ribbons ribbons formed their bouquets. A reception Was held following the ceremony in the church parlors. parlors. The five-tier cake was served served by Mrs. Harold Wright, Tecumseh, Tecumseh, sister-in-law of the groom. Pouring was Miss Marlene Elliott, Verdon, cousin of the bride. Presiding at the guest book was Miss Mary Elliott, Verdon, and assisting with the gifts were Mrs. Allen Fischer, Dawson; Mrs. Loyd Burgett, Verdon; and Mrs. John Plcton, Falls City. The bride's going - away outfit consisted of a white cotton-rayon dress and jacket with white and lavender accessories and a corsage corsage of white carnations with lavender lavender ribbon. The newlyweds will be at home after Sept. 1 at Peru, Neb., where both will attend college this fall, bet officiated a in 1835 1955 An Agency of the Community Chest. Program for Week of September IGth, 19G2 Monday: Dempster Local 7:30 Wednesday: G.I.A. 7:30 Saturday: Senior Y-Teen Open- House 2 - 4 The activities of the Junior High and Senior High Y-Teens are gc' ting underway rapidly this past week, now that school is well scart- ed. After the two home football games 8th and 9th grade mixers were held for both girls and boys. On Saturday, Sept. 15. the Junior High Y-Teens held open house nt the YWCA when plans were made for coming events. Leather Touched To the simple and classic shapes of young fall fashions, leather trims and luxury touches. There are leather buttons, leather piping, leather on collars, on pockets and, of course, leather belts in wide to Mrs. Elliott chose for her daugh-1 spaghetti-string versions. a colonial a also and and He at are for and and rain time

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  1. Beatrice Daily Sun,
  2. 16 Sep 1962, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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