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Kingsbury Marlene Wedding
serv-. Lew-j Wi- navy the white and Ellinghuysen, | dozfia,"" sister of the bridegroom, Marlene Kingsbury Becomes Bride At Mabel Church MABEL, Minn. (Special) -- Before an altar banked with' baskets of bronze and yellow chrysanthemums and candles in candelabra First Lutheran Church Oct. 29 8 p.m., Miss Marlene Kingsbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kingsbury, Mabel, became the bride of Lloyd Ranzenberger, son of Mrs. Elsie Ranzenberger, Caledonia. The Rev. Percy L. Larson performed the double-ring ceremony. Miss Hazel Shervin played the nuptial music and Jean Erickson and Rodney Miners were soloists. The bride given in marriage by her father, wore a gowa of white rosepoint lace over nylon tulle fashioned with a scoop neckline appliqued lace. Her veil fell from ---" -- . . , ,,,_ Plans for a tiara of seed pearls. She a pearl necklace and earnngs, p w ni and car- grfts of the bridegrooni and car ried a cascade bouquet of white carnations and yellow Miss Irene Ranzenberger, Cale- by college, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Delores Ranzenberger, Caledonia, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Beverly Holland, Mabel, cousin of the bride, and Miss Marlene Danielson, Caledonia. The maid of honor wore a gown and the bridesmaids were blue. All wore pearl necklaces and earrings, gifts of the bride, and carried cas'cade bouquets of I yellow carnations. Bonnie- Lou I Faa, Spring Grove, cousin of the bride, as flower girl wore a white dress and headdress of yellow carnations. She wore a pearl neck- i an( j bracelet, gifts of the bride, of yellow car- j nations. Donald Ranzenberger, 19 Aguas his fly Oct. Mr. Mrs. nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. The bridegroom was attended Earl Ball, Lancaster, Ohio, as best man and Armie Ranzenberger, the bridegrooms' brother, as groomsman. Ushers were Vcrdon Erickson, Owatonna, Minn., cousin of the bride, and Darold Ranzenberger, Caledonia, cousin of the bridegroom. The mother of the bride wore blue dress with mauve accessories and the mother of the bridegroom, a purple dress and black accessories. They wore corsages of pink carnations. a A recention for 250 guests was dn r h C v^bri/ e '.rnar g entsinthe given by the bride's parents in church parlors. Serving were Miss Carmen Kingsbury, Mrs. Kermit Nordheim, Mrs. Jessie Emery, Mrs, Darold Ranzenberger, Miss Darlene Holland and Mrs. Marvin Peacock. Mrs. Lennie Faa poured; Mrs. Olean Erickson cut the wedding cake, Mrs. Alvin Forde served the cake and Mrs. Harold Kingsbury served the ice cream. All were aunts of the bride. Mrs. Arlin Sorenson was in charge of the guest book asd Mrs. Harlan Eiken and Miss Jo Ann Rasmussen had charge of the gifts. The couple later left on a wedding trip to South Dakota. Upon their return they will live on a farm near Mabel. The bride is graduate of Mabel High School.