Women's pages Blanche Dempsey, editor; Rose Mary Koob, assistant Deborah Olin and Burt recite vows in Platteville church Mr. and Mrs. Hhiny Littler Mr. and Mrs. Rhiny Leffler to observe silver anniversary Open house will be held Sunday, May 23, to celebrate the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Rhiny Leffler. Friends and relatives are invited to call at the Leffler home, 1GOO Elder Ave., between 2-5 p.m. The couple has asked that gifts please be omitted. Hosts will be the couple's daughter, Janet Batman of Fort Collins, and son, Norman, who lives at home. There is one grandson, Jeremy Allen Batman. Batman. Betty Schilling and Rhiny Leffler were married at Christ Lutheran Church at Eaton, May 20, 1951, the late Rev. Walter Fleischman officiating. The Lefflers "are now members of Faith Lutheran Church at Eaton. Leffler is employed at Majors Welding Supply and Equipment, and Mrs. Leffler is attending Aims College. The Lefflers enjoyed an early anniversary celebration when they flew to Las Vegas in January. Engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Carlson Glass Co., as an architectural of Johnstown announce the representative, engagement of their daughter, A June wedding is being Kathleen, to David Kidston, son planned, of Mr. and Mrs. Caird Kidston of Denver. Miss Carlson, a 1970 graduate of Roosevelt High School, attended attended Parks Business School, Denver, and is a stewardess for United Air Lines. Her fiance, a l%7 graduate of George Washington High School, Denver, attended the University of Colorado and Arizona State University and is employed by Piltsburgh Plate Ladies Sportswear "The Lower Approximately 400 guests witnessed the exchange of wedding vows by Miss Deborah Olin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Olin, and Burt Schoneman, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Schoneman, all of Rt. 1, Platteville, Saturday evening, May 15, in the First United Methodist Church at Platteville. The Rev. Ron Page performed performed the double ring ceremony after the bride was given away by her father and mother. Mrs. Cheryl Mitchell was the organist and Mrs. Frank Stewart, pianist. Vocalists were Tammy Olin, sister of the bride, who sang "More," Georgia Margheim who sang "We've Only Just Begun," and Jamie Page who sang "The Lord's Prayer." Lighted candles on standards trimmed with yellow ribbons marked the parents' pews and altar decor included the bride's candle and blue carnations with yellow ribbons and greenery. Tammy Olin, sister of the bride, dressed in a yellow eyelet gown, and Ray Schoneman. cousin of the bridegroom, lighted the candles. The bride was attired in a floor-length white dacron polyester organza gown with sheer inset in the bodice which was outlined in Chantilly lace, two bands of lace with small .sequins extending from the shoulders down the front and curving to the back, bishop sleeves cuffed In lace, a large bow topping the detachable chapel train. Her veil was edged in lace and held in place Â· by a small cap. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, Â· blue carnations and baby's-breath. Her attendants Included Koleen Odenbaugh, as maid of honor, Brenda and Kim Olin, sisters of the bride, and Terri Burrous, as bridesmaids, who were gowned alike in blue and white eyelet lace gowns in empire style with blue ribbons and cape sleeves. Each carried of be be B. Mrs. Burt .Schoneman a bouquet of yellow roses, blue carnations and baby's-breath and wore a wide-brimmed blue hat trimmed with blue ribbons. Shelly Olin, cousin of Ihc bride, for her role as flower girl, was dressed like the bridal attendants but in yellow Kirk Schoneman, a cousin of the bridegroom, was the ring bearer. Bobby Rohr of Kersey was selected as best man. Groomsmen were Hliiney and Brad Schoneman, brothers of the bridegroom, and Rick Margheim. Harvey Martin and Carl Schoneman, brother of the bridegroom, were the ushers. A reception and dance at Ihc bride's parent's home included MiloOlill of Platteville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ceretto of Fort Lupton, grandparents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch and Mr. and Mrs. William Sehoneman of Greeley, of the grandparents bridegroom. For the honeymoon' to an undisclosed destination the bride changed to an apricot western suit with print blouse. Both the bride and groom are graduates ol Valley High School and will reside northwest of P l a l t e v i l l e where engaged in farming. Frc-nuptifil.showers The bride-elect was feted at a miscellaneous shower hosted by Mrs. Dale Burrous of Greeley and Miss Bev Hancock at the latter's home at Gilcrcst, April 20. Mrs. Harvey M a r t i n Platteville entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of the bride's parents on May 2. . This week only!