Leinen-Mester Wedding. Harlan Tribune July 13th 1951 Page 10
on Margaret Lelaen Bride Of Alfred F. Hester Miss Margaret R, Leinen of Los Angeles, Calif,, formerly of Harlan, and Alfred F. Mester son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hester Hester of Inglewood, Calif., were united in marriage at St. Mich* ael's Catholic church in Harlan Monday morning, July 9, at o'clock. The Rev. Leo A. Gannon officiated in the ceremony and nuptial M^ss. White lilies and lavender butterfly decorated the altar. The bride was married in a white chiffon floor length gown over satin. It was styled, with fitted bodice with, soft folds oJ the material forming a v-nede- line and cap sleeves. An orange blossom wreath, worn ty the bride's mother, held the finger* tip length illusion veil. She carried carried an arm bouquet of white roses and baby ibreath. Miss Rita Reid, 'as maid of honor, was the only attendant She was gowned in orchid chiffon chiffon over satin and carried yellow roses combined with ibaby breath Andrew A, Mester of - Omaha served as best man. Francis Leinen of Portsmouth and Richard Richard Lefeber of Mapleton ushered Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast and reception took place at the Baylor Hote dining room. The couple left later in the day on a weddinj trip to Yellowstone Nationa Park. For traveling, the 'bride wore a pink wool gabardine suit beige 'hat, brown lizard shoes matching bag. The will be at home after 15 at 1437 Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles. The bride has position as receptionist in a medical office in Los Angeles. Before going to coast, she was employed for a number of years as assistant in the office of Dr. Frank Maassen in Hartaru Mr. Mester is associated associated with Sparling Buick Motor Co. in Inglewood. Both ax* graduates graduates of St. Mary's school a Portsmouth.