Richard C Ufford and Faythe Nolterieke wed
u e card ice 510 Faythe Nolterieke Bride of Dick Ufford in Texas Ceremony __ Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Noiterieke, o3 River Heights, announce the recent marriage of their daughter Faythe, to Pvt. Richard C. son of Mrs. Fern Griffin, 315 street northeast. The ceremony took place June 2oth, at St. Luke's Episcopal in Mineral Wells, Texas. The couple was attended by Miss Mary Jo Gross of Los Angeles. Cal., Henry Weinhardt of St. Louis Father W. Dillon Morgan of Mineral Wells performed the ceremony. ceremony. Music was provided by Kenneth Norland of Radcliffe Iowa, at the organ. ' The bride wore a jacket dress of white cable mesh made alon" princess lines, and a white stravv picture hat. Her shoulder was of white rosebuds. The of honor wore a white dress lue hat and shoes, and a blue vhite shoulder corsage. __ Following the - ceremony, Miss -ornelia Crocker of Mineral Well's jave a reception at her home honor of the bride and groom. Pvt. Ufford and his bride took rip to Fort Worth, Tex., after vhich Mrs. Ufford returned to owa City, Iowa, where she is employed by the Bell Telephone company. Pvf. Ufford is temporarily tahoned at Camp Wolters Tex awaiting transfer to Fort Benning' ja., where he will enter officers' raining school. Guests at the wedding and cption included Joe T. Finnegan Lawrence S. Carpenter, Stanley Weronecki and John Buckholtz St. Louis. Mo.; Bill Capront Fd- ward Rompot of Cedar Rapids- Kmgsford Goodman of San -\n- ionio, Tex.; Kenneth A. Reuter pcheyedan; Dallas P. Besaw of New Richmond, Wis.; Paul F Mueller of Monro, S. Dak.; John Wolfe of Fort Dodge, and Sgt Charles E. Hill of Warren, Ohio.