Louise Murdock to marry George Smith 1920
ANNOUNCES APPROACHING MARRIAGE OF MISS MURDOCK Announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Louise Murdock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Murdock to Mr. George Smitlh of this city, was made Tuesday night at a seven o clock dinner given by Miss Murdock s mother, to a few intimate friends of the bride-to-be, bride-to-be, bride-to-be, bride-to-be, bride-to-be, in the beautiful Murdock home, corner of Fourth and Washington Streets. The dining room was exquisite in shades of pink with white. The center of the table held a bowl of pink roses flanked by smaller vases of roses. Streamers of white and pink extended from the chandelier to the corners of the table where they were caught by tiny bouquets of ros es. Place cards showing a bride and groom speeding avay in a miniature miniature white automobile had the names George and Louise and the date July written on them. The color combination of pink anu white was carried out in every detail of the dinner. Miss Murdock and Mr. Smith are widely known and extremely popular in tha younger set. .Both were born and reared in Galena and belong to two of the oldest and most highlv respected families in town. Many pleasant affairs are bein planned for the charming bride-elecv, bride-elecv, bride-elecv, before the marriage, which will take place in July. Mrs. Murdock was assisted by Mrs. Albert Schmidt and Mrs. Pliere Robeson Robeson of Columbus, Kansas. The guest list follows : Misses Thelma Silman, Juanita Clark, Margaret Jones, Corienne Weilep, Frances Lanier of Tulsa and June Pickett of Topeka.