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F Manning - in dis- Stocker-Castle Nuptials The Methodist...
in dis- Stocker-Castle Nuptials The Methodist church in Carlin ville was the scene of a lovely nuptla event on Saturday night when Mis Claribel Castle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Castle, became the brld of Raymond Don Stocfcer" of Wooa River, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. Don Stocker of Alton., The ceremony, per formed by the Rev. Dr. Lloyd, wa witnessed by a gathering of 20( guests. Before the wedding the guest enjoyed a.musicale program given b Miss Pauline Peebles of Carlinvill and Miss Judith Summers of Chicago Miss Castle was married in a gown of tulle over silver cloth and satin made simply, with long sleeves and a short circular;-, -'-'~ l —•>.-• gave length to the back ojithe gown -A veil of flimsy semi-ciciud of tull and a bouquet of roses and lilies o the valley completed the bride's attire Miss Castle carried a handkerchie which Mrs. Sa'ary Virginia Ice o Alton, grandmother of Mr. Stocker had in her possession when she wa married, 57 years ago. Mrs. Jce's handkerchief is well preserved and Is a dainty embroidered bit of linen. Miss Castle had for her maid w* honor, her only sister, Miss Winifred Castle of Carllnville, while Miss Margaret Morris of Chicago was bridesmaid. 'Miss Castle was attired in orchid tulle and Miss Morris wore a town of a delicate shade of green Both carried arm bouquets of Ophelia roses. The flower girls, Betsy Ann Rose and Lucia Edwards of Oarlin- ville, wore dainty frocks of pink taffeta and carried old-fashioned bouquets of sweet peas and forget-me- nots, fashioned with pale tinted ribbons. The men In the party Included jeonard Stocker of Alton, brother of ;he bridegroom; Max Newby of Alon, Francis Manning of Wood River and Don Peebles of Carlinvllle. A reception -was held at the Hillside Jountry Glut after the wedding and was attended by many guests. In the ecelvlng, line Vwere Dr. and Mrs. Stocker of Alton. Araong the guests t the wedding and reception was Mr. Stacker's, grandmother, Mrs. Ice. *The club house was beautifully ecorated in roses, palms and ferns, while spring blossoms were used Jn he church. Mrs. Castle., mother of the^bride, we a beaded apricot gown of crepe atln, while Mrs. Stocker, the bride- room's mother was attired In beaded earl pink satin. After the reception Mr. and Mrs. tocker left for the east, planning'to motor to Washington and New Ydrk. They will resUe in Wood River, dn Madison avenue. Among the ouests from Alton and Wood River attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Gilson Brown, Wr. and Mrs. Irving Clark, Miss {atharlne V. Dickinson, Mrs. Wm. Asbury Hall, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Newby, Miss Flora Adams, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. McOormlck, Miss Mary Wagulre, Miss Leona Maguire, Mr. nd Mrs. Milton Cassella, Mrs. M. F Manning, Emmett Howard, Dr. and Irs. James E. Mahoney, Mr. and ATS, Ralph Volz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul chleeper, Mr. and Mrs. L. Roy tocker, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stacker nd Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bramley. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Point and aughter, and Dr. and Mrs. Max ramer. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. . McCaulcy, Seymour Ayers, Mrs. joulse Freeman and son, Castle Freenan, Mrs. Morris, her young daugh- er and son of Chicago; Miss Louise cwls of Jacksonville and Mr. and *"i-RBmlnstof St. Louis,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 30 Apr 1928, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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