Dorothy Duncan - 1-25-1979

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Dorothy Duncan - 1-25-1979 - THE IQLA REGISTER. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1979 a...
THE IQLA REGISTER. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1979 a PAGE 3 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayne Wilson nummel, Wilson take pledges in rites at St. John's Church Janet Cae Thummel became the bride of Robert Wayne Wilson at 7 p.m. Jan. 5 at St. John's Catholic Church. The Rev. Francis Wasinger officiated officiated at the ceremony uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thummel, 323 S. Sycamore, and the son of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Wilson, 212 N. Sycamore. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of re- embroidered lace and sheer organza fashioned with a scalloped V neckline and bishop sleeves. Bands of lace trimmed the A-line skirt and chapel- length train. The bodice of the dress and the bride's headpiece with its elbow-length veil were sprinkled with iridescent pearls. The bride's bouquet was burgundy carnations, white daisies and miniature white roses with burgundy tipped petals. Entwined in the shaded burgundy velvet streamers was the rosary which had been a gift to her mother at her first Holy Communion. The bride's jewelry was a diamond necklace and matching earrings, a gift from the groom. Rbnda Thummel of Chanute was her sister's maid of honor. Cathy Thummel, sister-in-law of the bride, and Janette Mauk of LaHarpe were Church to host bridiismaids. They voro identical gowns of static print polyester in dusty mse and burgundy and carried hand corsages of burgundy carnations carnations and white daisies. Stevo Callaway served as best man and Vance Baker and Malt White as groomsmen. Kenneth Wilson, the groom's brother, seated the guests. Music for the service was provided by Mrs. Ual Dvorachek, organist, and Mrs.' Jeff Mourning, vocalist. Cheryl Fisher of Pittsburg was in charg.e of the guest .b5)pk, ' The cQtlplC- was hojiored at. a recepliori, at St.' John's. School following the aeremony. ,,'Jane Hemphill and Jackie Franklin "served cake and Lynn Emmanuel an(^ Terri Duncan poured.punch. ' . • After a honeymoon in Ccpwn Center' in Kansas City, the Wilsons are at home at .322South Btickeye. The bride is a sophomore at Allen County . Community Junior College and is employed as a secretary for H. L. Miller and Son. The groom is employed at Gales Rubber Company. The bride was feted at miscellaneous showers given by Carol Beck, Diana Lyden and Ronda Thummel at the Beck home in Chanute and by Dorothy Duncan, Terri Duncan and Carolyn Sebbert in Dorothy Duncan's home; at a coffee given by Janette Mauk and Cathy Thummel in the Thummel home and at a personal shower given by Pat Mourning and Beverly Franklin in the Mourning home. Colony notes (Mrs. Morris Luedke) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Luedke, Garnett, announce the birth of a girl at the Anderson County Hospital Jan. 20. She weighed 7 pounds, BVfe ounces, has been named Michelle Ann, and joins a brother Chris. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luedke, Colony, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen, Topeka. The Forget-Me-Not Club met Jan. 19 at the home of Mrs. Maude Decker with 10 members and one guest; Mrs. Reva Myers, attending. The Inspirational Inspirational was given by Mrs. Maude Decker, a tract, "One Day at A Time." The current topic, "Winchester "Winchester School Closing," was given by Mrs. Gladys Tressler. The lesson presented by Mrs. Viola Booth was given on Australia. Happy Birthday was sung to Mrs. Alma Tinsley. IWs year's scholarship was given to Connie Decker and Terri Jackman. Serving on the scholarship committee were Mrs. Vera Comstock, Mrs. Yvonne McGhee and Mrs. Helen Kimsey. The February meeting will be hosted by Mrs. Wilma Nichols. Saturday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tinsley were the Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Tinsley, Dion and Lyn, Mrs. Mary McGhee, Mrs. Grace Rose and Mrs. Alma Tinsley. The supper was in honor of the birthdays birthdays of Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Tinsley. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roush were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hines, Sherry, Timmy and Deanne, Emporia. The Hines also called on Mr. and Mrs. Bob Culler. Mrs. Ruth Colgin, Mrs. Vera Comstock, Mrs. Carolyn Williams and Mrs. Allene Luedke attended an Extension Homemakers Unit officers meeting in Garnett Monday afternoon. afternoon. Monday — Chili with crackers, raw vegetable sticks, corn, ap{)\esauc'e, cinnamon roll, milk. V^." '"-J[uesday —. Pizzaburger,^.,tossed^ sajad, green'beans, coconut fiuddiQg, * milk. ^ ' • ' ,- • ,'^edne.sday — S^ranish chicken, cole smw, peaches, peanut butter bar, bVea^ and butter, milk. .Thursday — Enchilada casserole, tossed salad, mixed vegetables, orange- wedges, cinnamon crispie, bread and butter, milk. Friday — Ham and cheese on caraway bun, pickles and lettuce, baked beans, fruit cup, lemon cookie, milk. if you miss your Register call your paper boy first. If you can't get him, call RIcttard Middleton, 365-6156 between 6 and 7 p.m. Bob White Estate

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  1. The Iola Register,
  2. 25 Jan 1979, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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