Larry Thielen and Beverly Howe stood up for the Warners in 1963

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Larry Thielen and Beverly Howe stood up for the Warners in 1963 - —Charles Btudlo MRS. JOHN HOLMES (Karen Warner)...
—Charles Btudlo MRS. JOHN HOLMES (Karen Warner) Holmes-Warner Promises Read by Candlelight The marriage of Karen A, Warner and John A. Holmes took place Aug. 24 with Dr. Kenneth Hurst performing the candlelight ceremony at 6 p.m. in Holy Communion Lutheran Church. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Warner of 712 Augusta St., gave a reception for several hundred guests at Club Lathrop after the ceremony. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holmes Sr. of 2721 Dwight St. The bride chose a gown of silk organza and imported rosepoint lace. The lace bodice had a sabrina neckline embroidered with pearls and sequins, long sleeves, and a bouffant lace-trimmed organza skirt which ended in a chapel train. A pleated organza cummerbund circled the waist. She carried a princess-style bouquet of red happiness roses as her father gave her in marriage. Mrs. Arthur Holmes Jr., matron of honor, wore a pink satin sheath with pleated overskirt. Her headpiece was of matching material and she carried a cascade of red happiness roses and pale pink carnations. Similarly frocked were the bridesmaids, Beverly Howe and Patricia Warner, cousin of the bride, and the flower girl, Faythe Brechtbill, cousin of the bridegroom. The flower girl carried a fireside basket of pink carnations and red garnet roses. Best man for his brother was Arthur Holmes Jr. Completing the wedding party were Larry Hansen and Larry Thielen, with Mark Fravert of Greenwood, Wis. as ring bearer. Ushers were uncles of the couple, James Christensen of Rockford, 111. and I Lee Deschler. Soloist James Hanson. The bride's mother wore a dress of light blue lace with beige accessories and the bridegroom's mother a green sheath and jacket costume. Both had corsages of pink chiffon roses and white feathered carnations. After a trip to Michigan the bridal -fair will reside at 1911 Willow Road. of father, was i

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  1. The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin,
  2. 01 Sep 1963, Sun,
  3. Page 22

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