Beying/Crook 1962

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Beying/Crook 1962 - Beying-Crook Beying-Crook Beying-Crook Ceremony...
Beying-Crook Beying-Crook Beying-Crook Ceremony Read The marriage of Miss Donna Louise Beying, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Beying, Eas-ton, Eas-ton, Eas-ton, and Dale E, Crook, son of Mr, and Mrs. R. K. Crook, Haston, was solemnized at a nuptial mass at Sr. Lawrence's Catholic church, Oct. 13. The Rev. Tliomas J. Culhare officiated officiated at the double ring ceremony. ceremony. Miss Alice Hrose, organist, accompanied Mrs, Kenneth Hel-ken, Hel-ken, Hel-ken, soloist, asshe sand "patlis Angelieus" and "Mother, At Tliy Feet I'm Kneeling", Bronze and while chrysanthemums chrysanthemums decorated the altar. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a white floor length gown of imported imported chantilly lace and peau de soie with sequin trim, styled with fitted bodice, scalloped sabrlna neckline and longtaper~ ed sleeves extending to a point over the hands. A bow and self rosettes accented the center back of the bouffant skirt. The hride's veil of pure silk imported imported English illusion fell from a jeweled crown. Her bouquet of stephanotis centered with white orchids was carried on a prayer book. Mrs. Bryan K, Lunsford, E a scon, sister of the h ride, was matron of honor. She wore a ballerina length gown of satin brocJ.de in vermouth gold, fashioned fashioned with a scoop neckline, short sleeves and fitted bodice with pleated midriff and a satin brocade school. They will reside at Easton Easton in a home built by the groom. Out of town guests wereMrs. Earl Ebert and family, Topeka; Mrs. L. O. Gaddis and Miss Elaine Gaddis, Ottawa; Pat Bu rns, Olathe; Miss Kay Frl sch, Piperj Fred Farmer, Kansas City, Kas., and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Brown and family, Ray-town, Ray-town, Mo. Lots of Atcfiison sportsmen will be inNehraskaSaturdayfor the opening of the pheasant season. season. The report from the hunting areas is that there are lots pheasants and lots of cover this fall. Nebraska's pheasant season season runs through Jan, SO, 1063, the longest pheasant Season the nation. SALE NOW >VEMBER 3rd 0MAT0

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  1. The Atchison Daily Globe,
  2. 25 Oct 1962, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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