Wedding Feb 6 1962 Carey/Lancaster wedding

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Wedding Feb 6 1962 Carey/Lancaster wedding - is in to as and the MR. AND MRS. JAMES F,....
is in to as and the MR. AND MRS. JAMES F,. LANCASTER (WRIGHT PHOTO) Carey-Lancaster Vows Solemnized Virginia Jennette Care y, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant R. Carey, Princeton, and James E. Lancaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Lancaster, RFD 1, were married Sunday afternoon in Princeton Methodist Church. Officiating was Rev. Richard Krumpe, Trivoli, III., former pastor of Union Chapel Methodist Church southwest of Ottawa. The altar was decorated with baskets of white gladioli, palms and candelabra. White bows and smilax marked the pew?. Traditional nuptial selections were given by Richard Hills, Maysfield, organist. Tom Campbell Ottawa, sang, "I Love You Truly" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a waltz-length gown of Chantilly lace over satin. The long-sleeved, fitted bodice had a scalloped neckline outlined with irridescent sequins. The voluminous skirt was formed of tiers of lace over satin. Miss Carey's chapel-length veil of nylon tulle was held by a crown of seed pearls. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, gift from the groom. She carried a cascade of while sweetheart roses and showered red carnations. Matron of honor for the bride was her sister, Mrs. Ronald Atchison, Princeton, who wore a ' red sheath dress with bateau neckline, bracelet-length sleeves and red satin cummerbund, and matching slippers. For a headpiece, she wore a flat red bow. were in charge of gifts. Jane Hohner was at the guest book. The couple left on a short wedding trip. The bride wore a red wool sheath with fitted jacket which she designed and made. She wore black accessories and the white rose corsage from her bridal bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster will be at home at 321 Walnut. The bride was graduated from Princeton High School. She is a dental assistant for Dr. D. E. Bouska. The groom will leave soon for military service. He is a graduate of O.H.S. and attended K- State University where he was an agriculture major. This was the third generation of the bride's family with a Feb 4 wedding date. Her grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Huddlestun, Homewood, were married 60 years ago and an uncle and aunt, the Louis Hud- dlestuns, Holyoke, Colo., formerly of Ottawa, 30 years ago. She carried a Colonial bouquet of white baby mums. Lighting the candles were Pris cialla Harrell, the groom's cous in, and Diane Bones. Their dresses were identical in color and style to Mrs. Atchison's dress. They wore white baby mum wrist corsages. Bill McNish, Ottawa, acted as best man. Ushers were Bill Woods, Ottawa, and Ronald Atchison. Michael Bouska, son of Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Bouska, Ottawa, was ring bearer. Flower girl was the bride's niece, Cindy Atchison. She wore a white cotton satin dress with red sash tied in flat bow at the back and carried a basket of white baby mums. The bride's mother wore a navy blue acetate dress with black accessories and red carnation corsage. The groom's mother also wore a red carnation corsage and her dress was a sapphire blue sheath with matching accessories.. A reception was in the church social rooms. The serving table for the four-tier wedding cake was laid with a white cloth with red net. overskirt and centered with white mums and crystal candle holders entwined with smilax. Mrs. Acie Reeves who dipped punch and Mrs. Elmer Loudcr- back who cut the cake are sisters of the bride. Assisting was Joyce Hamilton. Rice bags were passed out by Joyce Louderback, niece of the bride, and John Lancaster, brother of the groom. Jeanie Hamilton and Linda Lloyd Plan Special Dinner Meet Past Matrons made plans last evening for a dinner for the worthy grand matron's official visit on March 7. Mrs. Lamar Phillips and Mrs. F. A. Doman were appointed to arrange for a meeting place. On the decorating committee are Miss Lanah Cameron, Mrs. Harold Tetwiler. Mrs. S. S. Bergsma and Mrs. V. I. Crotls. Mrs. Ivan Jacobscn presided at the meeting at Mrs. G. D. Wei lepp's home. For roll call, mem bers named famous persons with birthdays at this season or told of favorite television programs Mrs. Ray Talbolt, worthy ma Iron, was a guest. She told of changes in the ritualistic work given by the worthy grand matron last week at Gardner. Refreshments were served at the close to the 18 attending. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. V. A. Schnokc. Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Mrs. H. A Reeves, Mrs. Jacobsen, Mrs. Glen Jackson. Mrs Phillips Mrs. H. G. Mann and Mrs. W. E Pickering. In Mrs. Louis commander, the meeting No. 8, True temple. Welcomed, and given Melvin Sellers, commander, worthy recently offices at a Also J. Pence, Following session when a of baked the Valentine cake, refreshments G. B. program of scenes of cluve and The included Mrs. and Mrs. attended. W- HELPS MOST when you MOST Room, 32 Days, Semi-Private Drugs

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  1. The Ottawa Herald,
  2. 06 Feb 1962, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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