Marriage Necker - Schinnerer
E.2-INDEPENDENT-PRE5S-TELEGRAM Mrs. Richard A. Schinnerer --Pictorial HOUB Royal Homecoming Afforded Collinges by Summer Colony By ALMA OVEKHOLT To finish the summer at Catalina and get in some great game fishing was the incentive for Fred and Jerry Collinge to cut short their five months' tour, skip a tour oÂ£ Europe and and come home. A gay party at the Balboa Bay Club celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary and homecoming attended by Dean Burnell, who are sailing in the Honolulu-Tahiti race. Participating in the South Seas race for the Governor's Trophy are the yacht Chiriqui of Tucker McClure, the Silhouette II of Spencer Murphy and the Mistress of Walter S. Johnson. An adventerous race for a 38-foot sloop such as the Mistress. The Silhouette is a 41- Miss Kafhryn Necker Is Lovely Bride of Richard Schirtnerer First Lutheran Church was the setting last evening for a lovely candlelight ceremony in which Richard A. Schinnerer claimed Miss Kathryn V. Necker as his Rev. N. C. Mueller officiated at the nuptials, witnessed more than 350 guests. and the bride is teaching in - The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Necker of 4520 Graywood Ave., she wore a formal gown with white nylon tulle and lace over satin, fashioned with an apron oÂ£ lace medallions. Accenting t h e beauty of the gown was a fingertip veil of French illusion net, held in place by a crown of lace and pearls. She carried a white Bible on which rested a white orchid and stephanotis. Honor attendant to the bride was Janet Schinnerer, sister of the bridegroom, who wore a blue nylon tulle dress and carried pink carnations, fashioned into a crescent bouquet. Mrs. George Fountain Jr. and Miss Joanne Kribs, bridesmaids, were attired in sky blue gowns as was Julie Schinnerer, the flower girl. ~ ~ and Mrs. Arnold Schin- a Lutheran elementary schooL She was graduated from Wilson High School, attended Long Beach City College and was graduated 'from St. John's College in Winfield, Kan. At City College she was affiliated with Hamayana. Mr. Schinnerer will become a minister in t h e Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, following his graduation from Concordia next June. He was graduated from Polytechnic High School and attended Concordia College in Oakland. WIRE Club Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schin- r- Â· /- . . r r nerer of 9244 Flower Ave., Bell- O63TS O T flower, are the parents of the benedict, who chose Stanley Quebec to serve as best man. Ralph Schinnerer, a brother of the bridegroom, and Donald Necker, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Guests were seated by Norman Ott, Howard Schinnerer, Gilbert Moore and Richard Scheu. Miss Harriet Werner presided over the guest book at the reception which followed in the church parlor. Hostesses and gift table attendants included Mrs. Elton Ernst, Mrs. Stanley Quebe and Miss- Mary Ann Johnson. Following a wedding trip to Yosemite, the newlyweds will establish a home in St. Louis, Mo., where the bridegroom is attending Concordia Seminary At an installation ceremony at Hpefly's in Belniont Shore, Phyllis Elmendorf took over the presidency of the WIRE Club. Outgoing president is Winnie Cross. Other new officers are Grace Small, vice president; Thelma Chigaras, secretary, and Mary Marrotte, treasurer. Following the dinner and installation, a musical program was presented by Willa Jean Malin and Mary 'Lou Peterson. The WIRE Club was organized five years ago for women real estate brokers for the purpose of furthering their business t h r o u g h friendly and by maintaining a high degree of professional ethics.