Kerl, Charles Marriage 22 Mar 1949
^\ •• Miss Cameron, Charles KerlAre Married The wedding of Miss Claressa Marie Cameron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cam«ron of Summerfield, Summerfield, Kas., to Charles Henry Kerl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kcrl of Goff, Kas.. took place Febr. 22nd at Mission Creek church. The Rev. Hugh Marsh performed performed the ceremony in the presence of 48 guests. The altar was decorated decorated with two larger-baskets of pink gladiolas and white snapdragons snapdragons and potted plants. Mr3. Hubert Morrison played the wedding wedding march and accompanied Lester Lester Eastwood, who sang "Because." "Because." Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride wore a light blue street-length dress of crepe wi f .h black accessories. A single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom, was her only jewelry. Her corsage was of white gardenias. Cleo Cameron, aunt of the bride, as bridesmatron, wore a street- length dress of dusty rose crepe with black accessories and a corsage corsage of red roses. Loren Kerl of Falls City, brother brother of the groom, was best man. Reception The church parlors were decorated decorated with pink and white streamers for the reception following following the ceremony. The three tiered wedding cake was topped by a miniature bride and groom and was decorated in pink and white. The cake, centering a lace- covered table, was flanked by pink tapers in crystal holders. Mrs. Charlie Glasgow and Mrs. Walter Peters served the wedding cake. Mrs. Clyde Bowhay, Mrs. Ivan Bowhay and Mrs. Harold Snell served the ice cream. MrS. Verner Carlson of Falls City was in charge of the gift table and Mrs. Edward Yonkcy of Lincoln was in charge of the guest book. Out-Of-Town Guests Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hcssheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Yonkcy and son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yonkey, all of Lincoln, Mrs. Ralph Kerl of Goff, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yonkey and daughter of St. Francis, Francis, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kerl and daughter, Mrs. Vefner Carlson Carlson and son, Falls City, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wenzel, Mrs. Eva Lockard and Grant Kerl of Pawnee Pawnee City and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beatrice Daily Sun, Beatrice, Janet Brewin Fefed With Farewell Party Judy Kyle entertained at a farewell farewell party Saturday at the Ed Brewin home in honor of Janet Brewing Guests were Joyce Young, Nancy Beal, Sandra Nickels, Joyce Baker, Baker, Ruth Swan, Bobby Kyle and Laveta Sell. Ice cream, cake and punch were served. Weeks and Walter, jr., of Beattie, Kas. The bride is a 1947 graduate of Summer-field high school and the groom was graduated from Pawnee Pawnee high school in 1944. The couple couple will live on a farm near Humboldt. Humboldt.