Robinson-Vandiver Wedding Chillicothe Tribune Chillicothe MO June 10 1941

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Robinson-Vandiver Wedding
Chillicothe Tribune
Chillicothe MO  June 10 1941 - SOCIETY Cnlttng-Gilroy The marriage of Miss...
SOCIETY Cnlttng-Gilroy The marriage of Miss Margaret Culling, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Culling of this city to Richard Gilroy, son of Mr and Mrs John ; Robinson to Dr V Dale Vandiver was solemnized by Dr C J Armstrong, pastor First Christian church, Sundaj afternoon at four o'clock in the country home of Gilroy ol Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,' and Mrs Claude G Tarleton took place Fridaj morning at eight' Hannibal o'clock in the St Joseph Catholic The house was beautifully decor- Church The Rev J J O'Conner! ated with ferns honeysuckle and performed the ceremony The church was decroated with orchid hydrangeas and pink roses Mrs Mike Slattery played the Wed- huckleberry greens interspersed colorful bouquets of fresh flowers The marriage took place at an improvised altar arranged before a dung March by Lohengpn for a pro- I mantel which was decorated cessional and Mendelshonn's Wed- ' huckelberry greenerj, palms ding March lor a recessional Mrs beautiful bouquet of white gladioli Robert O'Connel sang "Ave Mana" I z t was "anked with tall white can- lor the oftertory and 'O Lord, I Am I delabra Worthy" for communion A string trio composed of Miss bnde was dressed m a white j Carolvn Blme y. TMun, Mrs James silk marqucsette dress with an elbow , Fsher . cell °. an ^ Mrs Rjth Morse length veil and earned a boquet of , Wheeler, piano, played beautifully ' " ' pink and white roses and baby 'Impromptu breath. She is at present employed | (Schubert), 'M Love ( M n d e l 1 in Philadelphia, 'as Is Mr Gilroy, who works for the fire department The bridesmaid was Mary Bachael Bonderer of this city and the best man, John Heffernam of Philadelphia Miss Bonderer was dressed In | orchid and earned roses | There was a breakfast m the home | ol the bride's parents following the ceremony It was attended by approximately thirty guests The reception was held at 2 30 Alter the reception, the bnde and groom left for a short wedding tap They will be at home in Philadelphia Miss Culling was married on the forty-seventh wedding anniversary of her parents and the first wedding "Nocturne" (Mendelssohn), and the traditional wedding marches Miss Kathryn Wilson, soprano, sang "Hymn of Love," with music by Eleanor Davis ^ During the cere- the soft music of an old-fashioned music box was heard The wedding processional was preceded down the stairway by Mrs William B Carenen, of Deadwood, i S D , sister of the bride, and Frances Bobinson who were dressed in long flowing gowns of pink blue, respectively, and they earned lighted the candles at the altar They were followed by Master Bichard Tarleton II, son of Mr and Bichard H Tarleton, who was dressed in white and carried the ring anniversary of her twin brother, t a satm p O i] ow Mrs Glenn W Con. Culling, who, with his wife,' ner was matron of honor for nei I sister and wore a powder blue j for. dress made on Grecian lines ] and carried an arm bouquet of 'attended the wedding Concluding Meeting Daughters ol American Bevolu- i anc i delphinium. tlon met for the last meeting of the | T ne bnde descended the stairs summer Monday afternoon in the on the arm of her uncle, Judge home ol Mrs Paul D Kitt Assist- Claude G Tarleton, wfho gave ant hostesses were Mrs C T Bots- r ln marriage She was lovely in a lord and Mrs B. J Meek i gown of ivory satin with a Preceding the address given by , of seed pearls and a circular Lelager| Kev Andrew Preston, Mrs Frank ' she wore a coronet of seed Fay, chairman, presented D A R spoons to Mrs W G Engelhardt and Mrs Robert Fnth It was voted by the chapter to buy two defense bonds dunng the business meeting In observance of Flag Day, Mrs Fay read an appropriate poem and gave the accepted legend of Flag Day. Following this, Rev Preston, at the , request of the members, gave the entitled "Place of the Home American Life ' and fingertip veil of illusion Her flowers were a bouquet of gardmas and baby's breath. Dr William G Cauble of Kansas City, served Dr Vandiver as man The men wore white suits with white carnations in their Mrs Tarleton, the brides aunt, wore a chiffon and lace gown of raspberry ice color and a coisage of white gladioli I Mrs Vandner, mother of the Out-of-town guests for the after- | groom wore navy sheer and noon included Mrs Wood Harns of I of pink roses. Harris, Missouri, Miss Arthur Hyde, j Assisting m serving the guests ol Trenton. Miss Mary Ella Steck- a reception which followed the man, regeant of Trenton, Mrs Lee ding were Misses Louise Clough Vandiver, Rev and Mrs Preston and j Chicago, Mildred Sneed of Mrs C. E Russell of Gainesville, cothe, Ann Drake of Palmyra, Maurine Drake and Betty Stewart, Mesdames Charles Blackburn of Richard Tarleton and C G Harleton, J r , of Peona, 111. Mrs Vandiver is the daughter the late Mr and Mrs Robert Robinson of Hannibal She gradu- supper lor Miss May Howland, Sun- at ed from Hannibal High school and day evening at six thirty j Northeast Missouii Teachers college, Others attending were Mr and Kirksville, and has taken graduate Texas, a sister of Mrs. Kenneth. Rinchart. Birthday Supper Mrs Robert Sanderson, who recently returned from Beeman, Iowa, entertained with a birthday Mrs Hobart Click Miss Howland, Mrs. Sanderson and Mrs Glick are all three employed by the local J. C Penney Co Mtebinson-Vandivcr Wedding a Spnns Event at Hannibal The following account of the marriage Sunday of Dr V D Vandiver of Chillicothe to Miss Margaret Robinson of Hannibal is taken from the Hannibal Courier-Post The marriage of Miss Margaret NOSE PICKING May b* a Sign of Don't blame your child! It looks like just a nasty habit, but it may mean that UKly. zrawlin? roundworms are starting: trouble iivude the child rtoht *totc Other warning signs lire, "picky" appetite, fidgretinsr, uneasy stomach, itching seat. Anybody, anywhere, can "catch" roundworms! If you even susjifct your child has ^hem. feet Jayne's Vermifuge right away! Vt'-a America's leading proprietary worm ie. Scienuficallj tested, » for over a century. I work at the Colorado State college, Greely, Colo, and Columbia university, New York city She has taught commerce in the schools of Middletown, Mo, City, Mo, and Delavan, 111, since graduation Dr Vandiver is the son of Mr Mis Lee B Vandiver of Chillicothe He attenoded Missouri Valley at Marshall and graduated with degree of medicine from St Louis, university After serving his m- ! ternship in St John s hospital, ' I Louis he is now practicing | at Chillicothe where, after a trip the couple will live Out-of-town guests at the wedding included Miss Daphayne Smith of Kansas City, Mr and Lee R Vandiver, Chillicothe, Mrs Anne Crawford, Atlanta, Mo , and Mrs T F Turner, Mr and L B. Vandrver. Miss Martha Jane Turner and Mr J L Vandiver, of Macon, Misses Katherme Mulcahy, Elizabeth Mulchav Lucille Kaufman Myrtle Bode, ' ! Springer and Viigima Winklepleck, . expels stubborn worms, set acts of Delatan, 111 , Mrs Geoige Eently If no worms are there, it is just a mild laxative. Demand Jayne's Vermifuge. ! mer * -troll, c. T^onp rti plcrnp^er Hallie Marie Liekjoe 0 er [and Mrs Carwm Puge, Wnght j Mo , Mr and Mrs William Donaldson ol Johet, 111, and Bay of Chillicothe. Married Sunday

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  2. 10 Jun 1941, Tue,
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