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 - Miss Parkins Completes Plans for Feb. 15...
Miss Parkins Completes Plans for Feb. 15 Wedding Miss Jeanne Parkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris R. Parkins of 928 W. Ninth St. and bride-elect of Charles O. Winker Winker of Belleville, has chosen Saturday, Feb. 15, as the date f other other wedding, and the couple has revealed the names of attendants; attendants; The engagement of the two was announced last May. Mrs. Glen Meyerholtz of St. Ann, Mo., Mr. Winker's sister, will serve Miss Parkins as matron matron of honor. Bridesmaids will be the Misses Maureen Kay and Rebecca Parkins, sisters sisters of the bride-to-be, the Misses Beverly and Mary Ellen Ellen Winker, sisters of the prospective prospective bridegroom, and Miss Parkins' cousin, Miss Rachael Parkins of Macomb. David Winker will act as best man for his brother. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winker of Belleville. Groomsmen Groomsmen will be three brothers-in- law to Mr. Winker, Robert Ord of Belleville, Marion Schupbach Schupbach of Sparta, and Glen Meyerholtz Meyerholtz of St. Ann. Also serving as groomsmen will be Leonard Seltenreich and Robert Dechant, both of Belleville. Mr. Winker's niece, Carol Schupbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Schupbach, has been asked to be flower girl for the ceremony. Mr. Winker and Miss Parkins will say nuptial vows at 8 o'clock in the evening in First Presbyterian Church before the Rev. Dr. E. J. Vance, and friends will be received immediately immediately following the ceremony in the church reception room. Shower Last Night Miss Maureen Kay Parkins was hostess to a pre-nuptial linen shower in the Parkins residence last evening honoring her. sister. Two archways in the house were adorned with wedding bells and streamers, over which the words, "best wishes Jeannie" Jeannie" appeared. A bell was suspended suspended over the gift table, which was centered by a bride' doll surrounded with gifts. Mrs. Meyerholtz will entertain entertain for her future sister-in-law in her home in St. Ann on Sunday, Sunday, Jan. 19. Gifts of a miscellaneous miscellaneous nature will be presented to the bride-elect at that time.

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 11 Jan 1958, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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