rick and brenda o'halloran wedding 8/30/71 Chill
s, oci Helpful fact sheets to be filled out for weddings may be picked up at the Constitution-Tribune Constitution-Tribune office. Information and pictures concerning weddings must be turned into the newspaper office no later than three weens after the date of the ceremony. In order that other society items wffl have the best news value, we request that reporters bring in items the day after a meeting is held. Your help will be appreciated. appreciated. Our telephone number is 646-2411. Mis* Brenda Anderson It Bride Of Rick O'Halloran St. Columban's Catholic church provided the setting at half-after seven o'clock Friday evening, August 20, 1971, when Miss Brenda Lynn Anderson and Mr. Richard John (Rick) O'Halloran O'Halloran were united in the sacrament sacrament of holy matrimony. Parents of the couple are Mr. *nd Mrs. Clithro L. Anderson of 1306 Dorney drive and Mr. *nd Mrs. Richard J. O'Halloran of 1020 Elm street. Fr. Eugene Howe performed the double-ring nuptial mass before before an altar adorned with two baskets of mixed flowers and greenery atop white columns. Servers of the mass were Dennis Dennis O'Halloran, Donald O'Halloran, O'Halloran, and (Michael O'Halloran, brothers of the bridegroom, and James Ruckdaschel of Kansas City, cousin of the bridegroom. Mrs. Ken Walters, organist, played wedding' selections as •guests were seated by Mr. Brent Anderson, brother of the bride; Mr. Timothy O'Halloran, brother brother of the bridegroom; Mi\ Michael Ruckdaschel of Kansas City, cousin of the bridegroom, and Mr. Jerry Brockhaus. Escorted down the aisle by her father, the bride wore a gown of sheer white batiste flocked in •a daisy motif. Heavy daisy lace edged the high collar and short puff sleeves and encircled the slightly raised waistline. The bodice of the floor-length gown was trimmed with tiny pearl buttons and loops. **•*•»•* *»~'~'*>'~"*"~~-f^*r*f»^+>^^+ blue textured polyester, matching matching accessories, and a white glaimellia corsage. Mrs. O'Halloran, O'Halloran, mother of the bridegroom, wore a pink frosbed polyester dress, white accessories, and a pink glamellia corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception reception was held at the Strand Hotel. Presiding at the guest book was Miss Recil Skinner. Miss Barbie Carter and Miss Cynthia Anderson of Kingston, cousin of the bride, were in charge of gifts. The bride's table was covered with white crepe and a lace- edged tulle overlay. The centerpiece, centerpiece, an arrangement involving involving the bride's bouquet and the bouquets of the attendants, was flanked by silver candelabra candelabra holding white tapers. The five-tiered wedding cake was edged with mixed flowers, separated with columns and mixed flowers, and topped by a silver wedding cross and a ring of flowers. Punch was poured from a silver bowl and cake, nuts, and mints were served by Miss Marcia Skinner and Miss Jody Bagley of Chillicothe and Miss Linda Ruckdaschel of Kansas Kansas City, cousin of the bridegroom. bridegroom. Quartet tables for the guests were covered with white cloths and centered with blue tapers in brass hurricane lanterns tied with blue bows. Leaving for the wedding trip, the bride wore a dress of bur- gandy voile flocked in white and styled with a round neckline and MR. AND MRS. RICHARD O'HALLORAN exchanged wedding wedding vows at half-after seven o'clock Friday evening, August 20, 1971, at St. Columfoan's Catholic church. The bride, the former Brenda Anderson, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clithro L. Anderson of 1306 Dorney drive. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. O'Halloran of 1020 Elm street.—(Bailey Studio Photo.