Helen Ann Sigg - wedding

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Guild Mrs. with " an^ W.S.- church the "How was Cecil Harry Ray Zelma served and of served the assisted of Baptist held Miss Robb A Soblen, rather prison a: return A of now ing of fixed "The be history. been status office designed deportation Mrs. Alan> Ray MacNabb Sigg'MacNabb Vows Exchanged At St, John's Catholic Church The marriage of Miss Helen Ann Sigg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Sigg of lola, to Alan Ray MacNabb, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. MacNabb of Lincoln, Neb., took place June 30, at St. John's Catholic Catholic Church. The Rev. C. F. Colbert officiated at the double ring ceremony at 10 'o'clock in the morning. The altar was decorated with baskets of blue and pink Majestic daisies, with lemon leaf and white satin bows. Mrs. Paul Ellis was the organist. The bride wore a floor length gown of silk organza over taffeta, fashioned with a fitted bodice, and round neckline accented with lace api^ique embroidered with sequins and pearls. The full skirt, with bustle.back, flowed into a graceful ichapel train. A Swedish crown of crystal and pearls caught her tiered veil of sheer illusion. She carried a cascade arrangement of white roses with English ivy, tied with satin and net of white, and streamers with love knots. Mrs. John E. Galemore, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. Miss Mary Jean Walker and Miss Lou Ridder were the bridesmaids. All the attendants wore white cotton pique dresses and carried colonial bouquets Of blue Esther Reed daisies tied witR blue satin streamers. William C- Wildberger of Perry, Iowa, was tlie best man. The groomsmen were John" E. Galemore Galemore and .John J. Sigg. The ushers were Donald E. Sigg and Fredrick Lutz. Mrs. Sigg. mother of the bride, wore a pink dress, and Mrs. MacNabb, MacNabb, the groom's mother, wore a dress of frosty white lace over blue taffeta. Each wore a corsage of •white;,:daisies. A reception w;is held, in the auditorium auditorium of St. John's School, im-, mediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Donald Sigg served the cake. Mrs. John Sigg and Miss Mary Sigg served the punch, and Mrs. Alvin Lutz was in chai'ge of the guest book. The couple is now at home to their friends at 401 East Vine, Dodge City. A efforts Influence unfortunate j and ton for clients. 146 accidents during Day record July in The period persons persons were accidents. and Mrs. Tom Buckle, has returned Judge the, health bench the old circuit. practice

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  1. The Iola Register,
  2. 06 Jul 1962, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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