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 - Carol Wet* Gary Marth lUaa Carole Robinson,...
Carol Wet* Gary Marth lUaa Carole Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Robinson of Clarion, was united in marriage to Gary P. Martin, son of Mr. and — . «-.u«i «-.u«i «-.u«i marun or uiarior Saturday, June 30 at St. John' Catholic Church at two o'clock li the afternoon. ■ M**r- M**r- J- J- E. Slowey performed the wumc ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father. toe bride was lovely in a floor "="«■•" sown or siut organza fashioned fashioned with short nWv~4 k^i„. nppllqued with lace and touched with seed pearls at the neckline. The full skirt was styled with lace applique and two lace insets extended extended into a chapel length train. ~ ba.ua rose neia ner el bow length silk illusion veil in piace. The bride carried a lace . aae naa oougnt m Brus sels, Belgium, on which were placed placed daisies and yellow roses with wuue riooon streamers. Maid of honor was Beth Robinson. Robinson. Bridesmaids <u»a u..„ d_u teson and Susan Smith. They wore • ' " cjcici ureases witn ■uuupeu necKiine, bell skirts, mat-chine mat-chine mat-chine organza eahhaeo mu pieces and yellow linen shoes. They carried straw baskets with daisies and yellow ribbons. James Larick served as best man. Groomsmen were John Hagie and Caryl Rohrer. Ushers were Ronald Samson, Jerry Cooke and Thomas Turk. Organist was Mrs. Wm. Mock of A reception was Home of the bride's parents with 175 attending. The bride's table was covered with a hand embroidered embroidered cloth, which the bride bought while in Venice, Italy. The five tiered cake was decorated in white ana yeiiow ana topped with a •mall bouquet of daisies. Greenery and daisies surrounded the cake. Mrs. Amos Sann and Mrs. Dean Schroeder cut the cake. Diane Wanders of Pella was at the punch bowl and Mrs. Robert Dunker of w»non pourea. Waitresses were girls from the' bride's Home Economics classes in Pella. Mrs. Stanley Westerheim, Minneapolis, Minn., sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book and also dining room hostess. r ner gomg-away gomg-away gomg-away costume the bride chose a pale yellow linen sheath with white accessories. After After a wedding trip the couple will be at home on a farm near Clarion. Mrs. Martin was graduated from —Mueller Studio Photo Clarion Public school in 1957 and State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls in 1961. She was a member of Tau Sigma Delta Sorority. She taught at Pella this past year. Mr. martin was graauatea rrom Clar ion Jf udiic school in 1955. On Friday night a rehearsal din ner was held at Ken's Restaurant | with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Martin' as nost and hostess. Residents on Fishing Trip WOOLSTOCK — Mr. and Mm. Wayne Bealmer and Mary, Miss Mildred Evans and Mr. and Mrs. William Weir of Webster City spent tne past week fishing at Round Lake and Grace Lake. Mr. Harry Bernard, former Woolstock resiaent. nas a resort at Kound Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Claude ere Saturday eveninir dinner! guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. liiamuna mipipre in Eagle Urove. Richard Brock home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Void and family of (oiannope ana jvir. ana Mrs. Kog< Brock and family. I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zeihan < Webster City were Wednesday eve ning cauers at tne nome or Mr. ana airs. Kicnara Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Caquelin attended attended the 25th open house an niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wentzel at their home in Desi Moines Sunday. Mrs. Alvin Caquelin and Mrs.[ O. H. Caquelin spent Thursday at the home of Mrs, Johnny Luppes at x>miraourg. Lori i^uppes returned returned home with her grand mother, Mrs. O. H. for! in to at 5-7 5-7

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  1. Wright County Monitor,
  2. 12 Jul 1962, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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