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L&M Wedding - Ramona Grindle, Larry Swett Married Sunday in...
Ramona Grindle, Larry Swett Married Sunday in Methodist Church at Malvern of the guest book. Mrs. Claude Perkins, Miss Pamela Bluat, Miss Lavina Alberts and Roger Johnson were in charge of th unwrapping and displaying o gifts. For traveling the bride chose a two piece pink shantung suit. He accessories were white and he corsage was detached from tin center of her bridal bouquet. The bride and groom botl graduated in 19S9 from th Strahan high school and attend ed Peru State Teachers College Both the bride and groom wil teach in the Ralston, Nebr. Pub lie schools this coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Swett will be al home at 605'/£ W. Sharp in Glenwood until fall. OES Kensington Will Recess for Summer Months The Order of the Eastern Star Kensington met in regular session last Friday for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Doris Beckwith with Mrs. Carl Wilson, Blanche Emerick and Mrs. Fred Buttmann, as co-hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Delia Rinehart of Hinsdale, 111., and Mrs. Mildred Benton. Guessing games were played for entertainment and Ann Beckwith played a medley of tunes on the piano, and several request numbers. The group will recess for the summer and convene again in the fall. The Malvern Methodist church with circular overskirts that were trimmed in a back interest of a double bow and flowing panels. Their matching petal hats were worn with miniature veils. They carried pink carnations surrounded by red sweetheart roses. Vickie Curtis, niece of the groom, served as flower girl. She wore a white dress topped with a, white petal overskirt. Her accessories were in pink. " Gary Schlosser of Dawson, was the setting Sunday, June 2o, 3:00 o'clock for the marriage Ramoua Ann Grindle and Larry William Swett. The Rev. John Lippincott performed the double ring ceremony, i Miss Grindle Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G"uy Grindle Jr. of Malvern, and Mr. Swett Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swett of Malvern. Mrs. Marvin Woodfill accompanied Richard Goy as he sang j Nebr., served as best man. The "Because" and "The Lord's! Prayer." The bride entered with her father to the organ strains of the "Wedding March. She wore a su- Family Gathering Sunday at Kenneth Bowman Home Sunday a family gathering was held at the Ken Bowman home with 36 relatives present. Those bringing their basket dinners were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherman, Goldfleld; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gragg of Boone; Mr. and Mrs. Al Gobel, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Slump, Duane Slump, Larry Wilkins, all of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pullen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Young of Council Bluffs; Mrs. Clifford Pullen and Diane of Lenox; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Constant and family of Sheridan, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Pullen and family of Macedonia; and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bowman and family of Corning. groomsmen were Larry Blunt of Hastings, and Steven Grindle, brother of the bride. Dennis Curtis, nephew of the groom, served as ringbearer. Marvin Fritz of perblV shaped gown of silk mist Malvern, Roger Grindle and Ron- organza and re-embroidered alen- cnn lace over boquct taffeta. Thei sculptured bodice, enhanced in overlays of lace, was fashioned with a scalloped portrait neckline. The long sleeves tapered to the traditional bridal point over the wrists. The voluminous princess line skirt, strewn with medallions, was bordered in lace aid Ftchter of Omaha acted as ushers. The bride's mother chose for her daughter's wedding ,a two- piece silk shantung dress with v.-hite accessories. The groom's mother wore a mint embroidered sheath with white accessories. A reception was held at the and cascaded into an aisle wide L H )8rtv Memorial building with train. Her double veil of import- ; Mrs ' Rona "l K ier, Mrs. Everett led French illusion fell in a cir-! G " je ' Mrs - Charles Wilson and tal trimmed capulet. cular sweep from a petaled, crys-! Mrs - vir sil Curtis acting as hos- tef.ses. The reception table was i beautifully laid with net over a She carried a white orchid'pink cloth and centered with a surrounded by pink sweetheart j four tiered wedding cake. The roses fashioned into a cascade cake was decorated In three 'effect. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Ronald Bonnett of Iowa City. Mrs. Leonard Jacob of Ralston, Nebr. and Mrs. Ronald Curtis, sister of the groom, served as bridesmaids. Tho attendants wore identical gowns in pink organza. The fitted bodices featured bateau necklines and bracelet length sleeves. The shades of pink. Miss Elinor Keefer of Papil- 1 on, Nebr., cut the cake '-issisted ! y Mrs. Xorris Hale of Platts- :nouth. Mrs. Darrell Herzberg of VMlisca presided at the coffee service while Miss Deanna Grin- die of Omaha poured the punch. Steven Carlson played background music on the piano dur- ';;.? the reception. Visitors from Oregon Feted Several Times Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allely Roger, Steve and Janice of Spring field, Ore., have been vacationing with their parents, Mr. and Mrs Rudy Hopp at Glenwood and Mr and Mrs. Clifford Allely and his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson at Hastings. They also visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Moran and family at Cheyenne, Wyo. They were honor guests at a covered dish supper at St. John's church and enjoyed visiting with many friends there. A number of family get-togethers have also been held in their honoring, including a Hoxie family reunion at the Alley home, guests numbering 38; Allely-Fellows reunion numbering 40 at the rodeo park in Sidney and a Hopp family gathering at Glenwood for a picnic supper, with 80 present. Earlier a group of young friends had dinner at the supper club anc a fun evening at Playland for the young cousins concluded the time of vacation in cool Iowa. It was their first visit in three years. Film sheath skirts were designed ( Mrs. Marvin Fritz had Mr. and Mrs. Allen Seim spen the week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Paul Bunn, at Monmouth 111. Honored at Bridal Shower Friday Night A pink bridal shower honoring Sandra Roenfeldt was neld last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Earl Ilass, with Mrs. \\ai- ren Darrah, Miss Merrilee Darrah and airs. LaVerne Obrecht as co- hostesses. Mrs. Darrah and daughters aierrilee and Susan presented a vocal selection, "My Best To You." The shower gifts were hidden (about the house and the bride to be had to find them from musical clues given by Mrs. Darrab at the piano and Mrs. Bass at the organ. The pink color scheme was carried out in the refreshments and .appointments on the tea table. Mrs. Harold Peterson poured the .coffee and Mrs. Bernard Roenfeldt served the punch. The 36 guests were Sandra s former classmates and their mothers. Mrs. Beanie Entertained Mrs. James Beattie entertained last Thursday afternoon at a dessert luncheon and a table of bridge, complimenting Mrs. A. P. Hondros of Wichita, Kan. Mrs. Allen Wortman, Mrs. Frederick Smith and Mrs. June Fickel made up the group. Mrs. Hondros returned to her home Friday following a visit with her mother, Mrs. H. T. Beattie, and other relatives. CHURCH NOTES HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, Glenwood Fr. O. L. Kaufman, Pastor Time of masses: Mass each Sunday, 6:15 a. m and 9 a. m. Mass at State School each Sunday at 7:30 a. m. ' ' •• First Fridays and Holy Days, 6:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Week days, 7 a. m. Confession., eaca Saturday, 8 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Dr. Alfred Martin, Minister Morris Parks, S. S. Supt. Worship service at 9 a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Choir every Wednesday evening at 7:30.-^ w . FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lyle Williams, S. S. Supt. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 6:30 p. m., BTF. 7:30 p. m., Bible Study. June 28: Quarterly business meeting. A good attendance is desired as there is important business to discuss. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. John Lippincott, Pastor Sunday, 9 a. m. Divine worship. Sermon, "A Day for Singing." This will be a. service which we shall look at some of the hymns of our hymnal and learn some of the history of why a hymn was written. ' 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Mrs. Roy Dean Mansfield, Supt. 6 p. m. Senior High MYF at the home of Bill Baer. The youth, will come to the church at 7:30 to hear Capt. Kenneth R. Bailey from the Treynor Missile Base. 7:30 p. m. Young Adults meeting at the Church. Capt. Kenneth R. Bailey speaker. He will show a 30 minute film regarding missile development. /• Monday,. 8 p. m. The trustees will hold their organizational

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  1. The Malvern Leader,
  2. 27 Jun 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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