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 - PACffi TEN MR. AND MRS. MILTON R. LOWE were...
PACffi TEN MR. AND MRS. MILTON R. LOWE were married . Sunday in the Congregational Church. The Rev. George * Millard officiated. Mrs. Lowe is the former Miss Edith ; Zumwalt—Staff photo. MISS WESSEL. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. \Ves- isel of Manhattan Beach, Calif., ^formerly Alton residents, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Joan Erline, ,to Sgt. Robert L. Halliday, son ,pf Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. •Halliday, Alby street road! The "couple plan a late summer wedding, Miss Wessel and Sgt. Halliday Halliday are graduates of Marquette •High School, and the prospec- 'tive bridegroom plans to re- ^sume his studies at Kansas 'University, Lawrence, after his separation from service. Miss Wessel is employed as . a secretary by the Douglas Aircraft Co., El Segundo, Calif. Miss Wessel and her father are guests at the home of Miss 'Wessel's uncle and, aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Chappell, '-1006 Elliott St. Ingold-Walford .Wedding Friday Night Miss Rosalee Walford, daugh- ,ter of Mrs. Mary Walford, 1109 East Fourth St., and Calvin •Ingold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingold, 3420 Leo St., .were married at 6:30 o'clock Friday night in the home of the Rev. William Robertson, •pastor of the North Alton Baptist Baptist Church. The single ring .'ceremony was used and the couple's attendants were Mr. •and Mrs. Roger Nichols. The bride wore a white linen suit and navy blue accessories, and her flosvers were pink rosebuds rosebuds in a corsage. Mrs. Nichols Nichols appeared in a light blue •suit, navy accessories, and wore a corsage of pink carnations. carnations. The couple are residing at •808 East Seventh St. Mrs. Ingold Ingold is employed by Owens-Illinois Owens-Illinois Glass Co., and Mr. Ingold is an employe of Western Cartridge Cartridge Co. Miss Hinthorne Honored in Bunker Hill Miss Phyllis Hinthorne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hinthorne of Bunker Hill, whose marriage to Anthony Anthony W. Cerny of Edwardsville, Edwardsville, will take place June 5 was guest of honor at a personal personal shower at the home of Miss Emma Mae Ryan in Bunker Hill Saturday. Rob- your-neighbar was played, and a course repast was served. The bride's table was decorated decorated with green and yellow streamers, with wedding bells and a small sprinkling can suspended suspended from a light over a bride doll and bridesmaid doll whei* gifts were placed. MU» Mellut jew Bforrli iVftdl A. 8 C. llowell Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Morris Morris of ,85W Thomas Ave., are announcing the marriage of UWlr daughter, Melba Jean, day evening, May 21, at 6 o'clock, with the Rev. Carl Hil' Hil' gendorf officiating. The bride's father and Miss Shirley Miller witnessed the ceremony. A. 3 C. Howell, who is on n 30-day leave, will leave June 11 for Camp Kilmer, N. J., and expects to go overseas. His bride, who will graduate in January from Alton High School, will remain In Alton with her parents while A. 3 C. Howell is overseas. Ixjwe-Zumwnlt Wedding Sunday Afternoon The wedding of Miss Edith Zumwalt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert L. Zumwalt of Route 1, Humbert road, and Milton R. Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lowe, 1305 Godfrey Rd., took place at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Congregational Church, Sixth and Henry streets, with the Rev. George Millard officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of lace and tulle over taffeta with a long sleeved lace bodice designed designed with a scoop neckline edged in scallops. The full waltz length skirt was edged in scallops. A Juliet hat. edged with satin and trimmed with seed pearls, held the bride's chapel length veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley centered with a detachable detachable corsage. Her pearl necklace necklace and earrings were gifts from the bridegroom. Miss Shirley Zumwalt, maid of honor, appeared in a pink frock and carried a bouquet of red roses, Mrs. Milford (Almeda) (Almeda) Bowker, sister of the bridegroom, wore lime green and had yellow flowers, and Mrs. Louise Lowe, sister-in- law of the bridegroom, appeared appeared in orchid and her flowers flowers were yellow. The attendants' dresses were of net over taffeta and were made with lace jackets. They wore bands of flowers in their hair. Miss Carole Ann Zumwalt, sister of the bride, flower girl, wore a white organriy frock trimmed with pink ribbons and wore a pink headdress and carried pink petals in a small basket. Michael Zumwalt, brother of the bride, was ring-bearer, Charles W. Lowe was his brother's brother's 1 best man, and Milford Bowker, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and David Zumwalt, Zumwalt, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Bouquets of gladioli, backed by ferns and palms, were at the altar. Miss Patricia I-ayton sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because" "Because" before the entrance of the bridal party. A reception was held immediately immediately following the ceremony in the church parlors. After receiving the guests, the bride and bridegroom left on a wedding wedding trip. For traveling the bride selected a navy blue and white cotton printed dress trimmed with rhinestones and worn with a matching stole and navy blue accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe will reside reside at 533 Alby St. Mrs. Lowe, a graduate of Alton High School, is employed by Southwestern Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., St. Louis. Her husband, who attended Medora High School and served in the U. S. Army two years, one year spent in Korea, is employed by the Me- Donnell Aircraft Corp., St. Loilis. J. at rrn the Pi la honor to At of including

Clipped from Alton Evening Telegraph25 May 1954, TuePage 10

Alton Evening Telegraph (Alton, Illinois)25 May 1954, TuePage 10
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