Kerl, LeAnne and Roy, 18 Nov 1962

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Kerl, LeAnne and Roy, 18 Nov 1962 - Mary E. Howard and Donald Robinson married at...
Mary E. Howard and Donald Robinson married at Wymore WYMORE — Miss Mary E. Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Cooper, was united in marriage marriage to Donald Robinson, son of Mrs. Maye Robinson and Jerry Robinson, Hiawatha, Kans., Oct. 21 at 4 p.m. in the Wymore Christian Christian Church. The Rev. Sherman Kirkpatrick performed the double ring ceremony ceremony before an altar banked with white gladioli and lavender asters, and two hundred guests. Connie Connie Christ, Plymouth, sang "Oh, Promise Me" and "The Wedding Prayer," accompanied by Miss Deanna Koons at die organ. The bride, who was given in marriage by her step - father Grant Cooper, was attired i n a gown of white silk peau-de-soie fashioned with a scalloped neckline neckline encrusted with seed pearls and long bridal sleeves. The floor length skirt was accented with lace motifs. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion fell from a beaded beaded crown and she carried a bouquet bouquet of red roses and a white Bible. Bible. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom, Miss LeAnne Kerl, was maid of honor and wore a lavender taffeta dr-ess with matching accessories and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Bobby Cooper, brother o f the bride, and Marty R6schewski were candle lighters. Miss Catherine Catherine Cooper, sister of bride, and Miss Judy Mfllchow, cousin of the groom, were flower girls carrying baskets of carnations, and wore dresses made in the style o S the maid of honor's by Mrs. Grace Roschewski, Holmesville. The rings were carried o n a heart shaped lavender pillow with lavender lavender streamers by John Roschewski, Roschewski, Hiolmesville. Louis Lang, Lincoln, friend oi the groom, served as best man. Seating the guests were John Cooper, brother of the bride, and Roy Kerl. Mrs. Grant Cooper, mother o f the bride, wore a beige n e t dress with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations, Mrs. Maye Robinson, mother o f the groom, wore a dark dress and accessories accessories and a corsage of carnations. carnations. The reception held in the church basement was attended by 200 guests .The wedding cake, baked by Mrs. Frank Retchless, B e at- rice, was served by Mrs. Herb Nispel and Mrs. Emma Finch, Miss Katherine Webb will gi ve the program, "The Star is Hung." Beatrice, aunt of the groom. Punch was poured by Mrs. Leslie Chaplin and Mrs. Ralph Kerl served served coffee. Mrs. C. L. Willis, aunt of the groom, and Miss Clara B. Chaplin were in charge of the gift table and Miss Susie Cooper, sister sister of the bride, was in charge o f the guest booik. For her wedding trip the bride chose a dark bin e dress with matching accessories and a white ! carnation corsage. Mr. and Mr s. Robinson are making their home in Beatrice. ; MB, ANP MRS. DONALD ROBINSON, who were married Oct. 21 at the Wymore Christian Church. Mrs. Robinson is tin? former Miss Mary E. Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Cooper, Wyjuore. (Tiuwp

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  1. Beatrice Daily Sun,
  2. 18 Nov 1962, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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