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ATTRACTIVE HOME WEDDING Miss Imogene Hatton and Mr. John Lankhorst Wed Tuesday Night The wedding of Miss Imogene Reed Hatton, daughter of Mrs. Blanche Roeper of Sioux City, and Mr. John Lankhorst, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lankhorst 'Sr» of Hawarden, was solemnized solemnized Tuesday evening at eight o'clock in the tatikhorst home. Rev. T. H. Harding performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate relatives relatives and a few friends. Miss Geraldine Lankhorst, the groom's sister, and Jacob Lankhorst, the groom's brother, attended the couple. Preceding the ceremony Miss Edythe Riecke sang "Beloved, It Is Morn." To the strains of Franz Lange's "Flower Song," played by Mrs. Arol pe.s,^ the bridal party took their places, with the bride entering on the arm of her father, Mr. Albert E. Hatton, Hatton, before the fireplace which was flariked by baskets of pink and white chrysanthemums and premier roses. Ivy and ferns entertwined the candelabra candelabra on the mantel. Alpine rose taffeta was worn by the bride. It was fashioned on princess lines, leg o' mutton sleeves, and a tightly fitted bodice with back fullness. fullness. She wore a corsage of violet sweet peas at the sweethart neckline and a heart locket, a gift of the groom. Violet taffeta with wide girdle ending ending in a bustle was worn by the bridesmaid. bridesmaid. A corsage of rose sweet peas was fastened at the waistline. After a wedding trip the couple will live at ioi7 Avenue L. The bride's traveling ensemble was of queen blue with brown accessories. The bride has lived in Hawarden since early childhood and is a graduate graduate of the Hawarden high school. For the past few years, until i-ecent weeks, she has been employed as cashier at the Sioux Theatre. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Lankhorst. He also has lived in Harden Harden since boyhood and is a gmdu- ate of the Hawarden high school. Since finishing school he has been associated associated witH his father and brother in the retail grocery and meat business business of Lankhorst & Sons.

Clipped from The Independent19 Oct 1939, ThuPage 1

The Independent (Hawarden, Iowa)19 Oct 1939, ThuPage 1
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