Arthur Robley Jr. Weds-Alton Evening Telegraph, page 5, wed. 24 Dec 1941
EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, Celeste Schmitz, •Carrollton, Weds Robley, jr. •father Enright Performs Rites at St. John's Church I. CARROU/TON, Dec. 24. (Spo- -'flnP- Miss Celeste Schmitz of I cnrrolllon, daughter of Mr. on.. Mrs. Aloys Schmitz of Rantoul, was married Monday morning to Ar- llmr Hohlcy jr., of Paducah, Ky. I !0 n of I IIP late Arthur Robley am: Mrs. Arthur Robley sr., of Chicago f The'ceremony was performed at t a m. nl SI. John's church by the Rev.'Knther Michael Enright. The I church was decorated, with wniu chrysanthemums and lighted tap- f The bride was given in marriage by her father and her sister, Mrs Joseph Mirabelll of Chicago was her matron of honor and Mis; Elizabeth Schmit.7. of Camp Grant U'ockford, was bridesmaid. Ertwan flee Peerson of Little Rock was Iho I best man and Arthur SchneUen cousin of the bride, was grooms, men. Ushers were Herschel Hackley Hackley jr., nephew of the 1 groom, am Thomas Carmody jr., cousin of the -^bride. During the ceremony George gfhnelten of this city, cousin of the I bride, sang Gounod's "Ave Maria" "On This Day" and ,"Oh Sacrec Heart." accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Lawrence Thien. ; Miss Schmitz was clad in a dress 'of cloud blue satin, while Mrs Mirabelli's dress was of peach petal satin. The bodices of both' dresses were diamonte studded and both Miss Si'hmltz and Mrs. Mirabell iwore ivory lace mantillas, long 'ivory lace gloves and carried colonial colonial bouquets of tea roses. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, wore a bridal gown of ivory chiffon velvet and with it a floor length ivory tulle veil held in place by a cor- onet of orange blossoms. She also wore a gold cross and chain that formerly belonged to her paternal grandmother. It was worn by her at her wedding. Her colonial bou was of white roses. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Schmitz entertained the bridal party and members'of the immediate family at a wedding breakfast at Whitstone Lodge near Kldred. The table in the lodge dining room held a large bouquet of mixed flowers of the season. A white bride's cake and a gold groom's cake were cut by Mr. and Mrs. Robley jr., and passed to the guests. " Between the hours of 2 and 4 Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Schmitz entertained at a reception reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Vaughn honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robley jr. The relatives and friends of the young couple were received in the living room of the Vaughn home before a background of Christmas trees decorated in silver, with blue lights and flanked by white can- rilebras. The bridal table in the dining room held a large three tiered wedding cake and bouquets of yellow and white chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. Mrs. Robley jr., is a graduate of the St. John's High School here and has been employed as deputy county clerk in the office of county clerk Guy Bridgewater. Robley is a graduate of the Eldred High School and is a United States government government engineer engaged in construction construction work in Paducah, Ky. After a short wedding trip they will livo at Paducah, Ky. Mr. anniversary; who Robert Juanita Carter, pastor of were Miss photo. arranged lend as program as l''arm meeting of Farm Bureau Hall Jan. Martin has committees: Roorihouse, L. Davis? George American Legion annual evening, at the superintend candy and of the Miss Announcement of the Mildred Langcr Ritchey was Mrs. Ritchey Saturday at St. attendants sister of Stine. Mrs.