Ronald Larry Sigg - wedding
THE lOLA RBGISTERi THUBSDAY EVENING.: MAY 18. 1972 con- be obtained physician, local school contacting of the Society Children. McDonald, Gamett; Scott; Pleasanton Center. Indian and all discussion 'd. The a bingo in the 10 members pri7e Bennett. will be A get- ancl sent recently attended of Workers near Garnett. thait displayed attended which was community a quilt N. Y., pictures of which American said a large work in remarked were so in sharing than were worked with One years old made it card and the weaving the quilt. some of Friendship, sign, Basket, Wave Melvin of the Quilting peanuts than sugar; Encyclopaedia i-f^leasar Mr. and Mrs. Larry'Sigg BillS'Sigg ceremony at St. John's church Double-ring wedding vows were exchanged between Miss^ Becky Diane Bills and Ronald Larry Sigg at St. John's Catholic Catholic Church, Iola, on April 28 at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. Father Michael O'Malley officiated officiated at the ceremony for the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Billy B. Bills, Gas, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Sigg, lola. The bride is attending Iola High School, and is employed at the 54 Truck Stop in Gas. The groom, also a student at the high school, is employed at; Sigg Bros. Service Station,-in Iola. Organist Rhonda Thummel ot Chanute provided the traditional wedding music before and during during the ceremony. ^ Giv^p. in marriage by,her. parents, parents, t^'e bride chosie a bridal gown with long, fitted sleeves and a gathered skirt accented at the waist by a satin ribbon with a large bow attached in back. Embroidery enhanced the bodice and encircled the_sleeves and th^. edge of her long traii^f Her illusion veil was floor length and she carried a cascade of pink daisies. A cousin of the bride, Mrs. Teresa Love of Fort Worth served as matron of honor. She wore a gown of lavender taffeta and carried a nosegay of pink daisies. Rodger Thummel, Iola, was^ best man. Craig Bills, brother of the bride, and Jerry Sigg, brother of the groom, served as ushers. A reception was held immediately immediately following the ceremony. Kris White attended the guest book; Mrs. Norman Stine and Paula istime served the cake and punchj Mrs. Bob White served the coffee; and Linda Roberts and Sharon Smith handed out the rice bags. Out-of-town guests other than those in the wedding party were Mrs. Geneva Bills and Richard, Tucson; Mrs. Leland Wood, Mike and Paul, Dallas, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myrick, Shawn, Shane and Shannon, :nton-,'-^^r-and-^Vlrs—Dave Sigg, McPherson; Mr. and Mrs. John Galemor'e, Chanute, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reagon and Mrs. Lula Myrick of Mapleton. Mapleton. The- cohple will reside at Stalnaker Stalnaker Apartment No. 15, on North Street. , The bride was honored at miscellaneous, showers prior^to -her njarrias <^-Ojv -ApriI 17, -lUv- CTslcift Park was tliie setting for a. shower given by Sandy Parrish, Judy Bishop and Ramon?,; Ramon?,; Moyer. Mrs. Robert White ar\df.JVIrs. Norman Stine were ho^ffiSS'es at a shower given at the White home on April 22, and op April 19 a shower was given by Jo Tanner, Sharon ^azzoni and Kathryn Tanner, ^t, tl^ft Tanner.home in Gas. SPW Club installs officers Eta chapters of Hike meet p. m. meets Calvary Stated chapter p. m. Stated Council 8 p. bridge M. noon. Gas ers Patten, War Riverside ^ table Senior meets of dinner, and Past 6:.'J0 with Bring covered Soea in the Calvary at Mary Conger, immediate past president of the Iola Business and Professional Women's Club, installed hier daughter-in-law, Cathy Conger, as the next president president at the May mieeting Tues-day Tues-day night. Other officers installed during the candlelight ceremony were Gladys Nelson, first vice president; president; Fern Marsh, siecond^vice president; Elaine Moody, rec- cording secretary; Joan Buck, con^esponding secretary, and Jeanne Smith, treasurer. In the program which preceded preceded installation, Annie Mac Eyestone, historian, gave--an outline in verse 6f\the club's past year, and aTrJlJute to deceased deceased member^^y 'Cathy Conger conducted the business meeting in the absence Of tne current president, Alene Gajj^dner, and reported on a meieting with the Allen County Fair Board. The three BPW C^ubs In the county have been askfe'^ to sponsor a talent show at thei fair this year. Reports were given of the state convention, held last weekend weekend in Wichita, and Erie jWlftttBms, district director, announced announced a leadership training seminar" to be held June 11 at ,isdates' Center. '!&turday, May 20 DANCE TO Country Rhythm Makers l ^l^BJi'S TAVERN k INCAID, KANSAS 9 to 12 at Iola in Lloyd Monroe, leaving the yesterday accident east of The by Humboldt, it was as a The damaged. The fame ing swallows, head.