anita marr. 20 Jun 1946
Anita Henrich Bride Of rinliforilia Ul K^cinimnui Miss Anita Henri':'h of Los Angeles, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Nick Henrich of Alton, and Mr. William Stine of Los Angeles were married Saturday morning at Alton, the Very Rev. J. M. Neppel officiating. The bride's maid of honor was Miss Arlene Kellen of Sioux City and best man for the bridegroom bridegroom was Leo Henrich, broth-i er of the bride. The bride wore a becoming street-length frock of pale green " crepe with accessories of the same sh.ide and her maid of honor, wore brown crepe with m^tcjiihg accessories. Both wore corsages of red roses. ipollowing the ceremony a wedding breakfast for the bridal party was held at the home of the bride, and later a reception for immediate relatives. The newlyweds left on a wedding trip to Indianapolis, Chicago and Milwaukee before returning returning to California. Mr. Stine is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Stine of South Gate. He was recently discharged discharged after serving three years in the U.S. Navy as shipfitter first class. He is proprietor of a plumbing shop in Los Angeles. Mrs. Stine is a graduate of St. Mary's Academy and was a licensed beauty operator in Sioux City before going west. For the past two years she was employed in civil service work at the Army Air Force SpiKiial- ized Depot, Los Angeles, and received a leave of absence to come to Iowa for her marriage and honeymoon. Out of town guests at the wedding included' Mrs. H. N. Kellen and Arlene of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Kellen of Remsen.