Alice Shockey

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THE early Alford been Jim ago, home. boat the father one end lust with Ruby '3 Ruby filigree you coming C. H. well- has and "sweet furthermore, charm, At on fashion You hole the mother has dinm her Oklahoma pay a before year in betting upon Saturday . . . of of the Peck Rapids Blackfeet Divide; dude . . . third if you by of will professional to completely cameramen go were, her and to Still Johnson- Alspaugh Vows Read In the chapel of the First Presbyterian church at Wichita last night at 8 o'clock Rev. J. M. Kadyk read marriage vows for Katherine Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. C. Alspaugh, Wichita, and James Meridith Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Johnson of Sylvia. The chapel altar was banked with fern plaques and at cither side was a tall basket of salmon colored gladioli and a candelabra bearing seven white cathedral tapers. Marjorie Simmonett, organist, played "Intermezzo" as a prelude and Nancy Pat Wilkins sang "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" and "Will You Remember." Miss Simmonett played "Bridal Chorus" from Wagner's "Lohengrin" as the processional and Men- delssotei's "Wedding March" as the recessional. Dorothy Alspaugh, Wichita, was bridesmaid and Keith Johnson, Sylvia, best man. Ushers were Robert Kirk of Scott City and Dwane Murphy of Sublette. The bride wore n gown of white embroidered organza over a white satin slip. The tight-fitting bodice was finished with square neck and short puffed sleeves and full skijt ended in a long train. Cords of white satin accented the waistline. Her finger-tip length veil of illusion was attached to a semi- poke tulle bonnet tied with tulle streamers caught into a bow at each side of the face. She carried white Bible with showers of liHes-of-the-valley tied into white satin streamers. Her sandals were of white suede. Miss Alspaugh's princess gown was of ico blue silk lace over a taffeta slip of the same shade. Her semi-poke bonnet was of matching color and material and she carried a bouquet of salmon gladioli tied with fuchsia colored ribbon. The "something old" worn by the bride dates back a century and a half—a bracelet which was worn by her great-great-grandmother at her wedding. Mrs. Alspaugh wore navy blue lace with her large hat and her shoes of matching color and gloves of white. Mrs. Johnson, mother of the bridegroom, wore navy blue crepe with matching accessories. Both had gardenia corsages. A centerpiece of wjiite roses and ivory tapers in crystal holders decorated the reception table at the Alspaugh home. Baskets of gladioli were arranged throughout the house. Alice Shockey of Derby, Gladys Gilley of Towanda, Nancy Wilkins of Steelville, Mo., and Mrs. Horace K. Alspaugh of Salina assisted the hostess. The bride is a graduate of Wich ita East high school and the Uni versity of Wichita. Last year she attended Peabody college of Nash ville, Tenn. She is a member of Pi Kappa Psi at Wichita Univer sity. Mr. Johnson is a graduate of Stafford high school and Kansas State college, Manhattan. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity and Steel Ring; national engineering organization. After a wedding trip to the Johnson summer home Hear Man itou the couple will be at home September 15 on a farm near Zenith. v For traveling the bride wore a suit of brown and white polka dot sheer with tailored white eyelet blouse, wide green belt and pari sand accessories. For Castleton Bride-Elect Marjorie Hornbaker of Castle< ton, who will be married in September, was honor guest at i kitchen shower given Friday aft ernoon by Virginia Hankins, Isla Davis and Buryl McCaffery at the Hankins home in Castleton Each guest composed a telegram to Miss Hornbaker, using the let tcrs in her name. Guests were Mrs. Earl Findlay, St. John; Mrs. Arnold Taylor, McPherson; Mrs. Ray Cottrell, Oak ley; Mrs. Vernon Krehbiel, Pretty Prairie; Mrs. F. F. Logan, Mrs. Ernest Bigger, Mrs. Hubert Stinson, Mrs. Leo Rogers, Mrs. Arthur Cottle and Hazel Hayes, Hutchinson. Mrs. Charles Hornbaker, Mrs Willard Hankins, Mrs. Ernest Hayes, Mrs. Elmer Hayes and Ruth Stucky of Castleton. Sport All One One All This and Our be Our Box 30 36 bed, 100 or 6 6 5 1 1 1 1 1 10 36 40

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  1. The Hutchinson News,
  2. 21 Aug 1938, Sun,
  3. Page 7

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