The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 24, 1952 · Page 5
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1952. Five Of interest to women Social. Personal and Organizational News Estelle Kehler, Editor, Fbone 25. also of Linwood, were united in > dress was baby blue organdy over marriage at 3 o'clock August 17; taffeta, and Miss Connie Ezell, sis- at the Linwood Methodist Church. ! tei ; of tte S room > «' hose dress was The Rev. William Ellis performed the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with multi-colored gladioli, asters and emerald leaves. Mrs. John Snider, green organdy over taffeta. Their flowers were pink rose cor- Leaves for Venezuela Mrs. William C. McChord left Saturday for New York City, from where she will sail August 29 for sages, and they carried white can- Caracas, Venezuela, where she will dies tied with matching ribbons. Gene Moser attended Mr. Ezell as best man. The ushers were Le- accompanied by Mrs. Roy Serviss, (Roy Carroll and Michael Jamison, sang, "Always" and "Because of You." The bride's dress was of white slipper satin, trimmed with lace, and made with a fitted bodice, buttoned down Hie back with satin covered buttons. The long sleeves tapered to points over the hand, the bouffant skirt lengthened into an aisle-wide train. Her veil of white silk illusion was secured by a rolled and braided satin bonnet She carried a white Bible with white orchids. Mrs. Robert Elder, sister of the bride, as matron of honor, wore a 3oor length frock of rose-beige satin with a fitted bodice and full skirt. She carried a bouquet of red roses. The train bearer, Norma Lue Jamison, little sister of the bride, wore a floor length dress of yellow organdy over taffeta and a corsage of yellow roses. The little Hower girl, Margaret Ann Ezell, sister of the groom, preceded the bride down the aisle in a long dress J pink organdy over taffeta. Candlelighters were Miss Sue Jamison, sister of the bride, whose brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ezell left for a two week trip in the North, after which they will be at home in Lawrence. For traveling, Mrs. Ezell wore a dress of beige linen with tan accessories. Mr. Ezell works at Sunflower and the bride is employed in the office of the psychology department at KU. Shaffer-Scanlon Wedding Vows The wedding of Miss Georgia Ann Shaffer, daughter of Mr. and a dusty pink suit with navy accessories and a corsage of Ameri- Mrs. G.E. Shaffer and Mr. Robert | can Beautv roses. Scanlon, son of Mr. and Mr, Edi^ Ifbesttan Scanlon, was solemnized Saturday Marion Scanlon, Jack Scanlon and Wedding Plant Miss Frances Leintz, whose marriage to Mr. David Woodson will be celebrated August 30, has chosen Mrs. Robert Beall as her matron of honor and Mrs. David Wells and Miss Helen Hiatt, bridesmaids, Candle lighters will be Diane Besch and Linda Huggins. Mr. Robert Woodson will serve Mr. Woodson as best man and Messrs. Richard Leintz Jr. and Mr. Wayne Seymour will be groomsmen. spend the fall and winter months with her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Boisseau. She wiU sail on the Santa Rosa. Mrs. McChord's residence will be occupied by Commander and Mrs. Carlos Bacalao during her absence. Choose Attendants Miss Harriet Sill, whose mar riage to Mr. Clyde Blackaby wil be solemnized on Friday Augus 29 at the First Evangelical United Brethern Church, has chosen Miss Bobbie Watson of Colorado Springs Colo., as maid of honor. Miss Loretta Ring of Kansas City, Kas. and Miss Jean Hobbs will be candl lighters. Mr. Blackaby has chosen Mr. Royce Hidgon as best man Mr. Bud Sanger and Mr. Wallace Rogers will be ushers. Wallace Rogers in Kansas City, Thirty guests enjoyed the party. Girls State. The program will close with a memorial service for de- Miss Sill was the recipient of i ceased members and installation many gifts at both showers. Annual Banquet The annual banquet for mem- of newly elected officers. Bridal Shoicer who presented them to the honoree. Attend Leaders Council The following members of the Miss Rose Pickman, RR One, Leavenworth Business and Profes- bers of the American Legion Auxil-JAtchison; bride-elect of Mr. John,f| on ^. Women's ^Club will attend iary will be held Tuesday evening Gambon Jr., of Chicago, was hon-"~~ 1 " N "" L "~ 1 T --•*-— " • at 6:30 at Legion Hall. Miss Jac- or guest at a shower given re- queline Baum will sing several solojcently by friends at Thompsons in selections and reports will be giv-JAtchison. Prizes at games were en by Nancy Cook and Marjorie I won by Mrs. Frances Ernzen, Mrs. Kaaz, who attended the recent|Jake Weber and Mrs. Henry Lee, (the District Leaders Council meeting, which will be held today at Lawrence: Mae Collier, Eleanor Whitson, Nell Heintzelman, Lula ADDITIONAL WOMEN'S NEWS . ON PAGE 7 morning at 9 o'clock at the Church of Immaculate Conception, with the Rev. Father William T.J. Bo- Thomas Scanlon ushered. For the reception which was held 1 from " ' ' •' - • 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of land performing the rites. The the bride's parents, the bride's candle lighted altar was decorated •, table held a three-tier wedding •with arrangements of pink gladioli j cake, wreathed with fern, lovely and dahlias. I floral arrangements and burning Miss Cynthia Bransfield, organ- j white tapers. ist, played the following selections, 1 The couple left for a sliort wed"Mother Beloved." 'Ave Maria," ding trip and will be at home and "Panis Angelicus." :.after September 1 at 915 Sixth The bride, given in marriage by 'Avenue. her father, wore a teal blue faille! Out of town guests at the wedd-i suit with gray accessories, a cor- i ing and reception were: Mr. and' sage of white gardenias, surround-! Mrs. L.A. Bebee, Wichita and Mr. ed by American Beauty roses, and Marion Scanlon and family, Kan- carrjed a white Prayer Book. Mrs. sas City, Kansas. (McLain Studio Ted Liebeno, matron of honor, wore!Photo.) Wedding Invitations ^ tions .-e been received i ford ; Conn at 33 Wallace Lane, West Hart- Miss Abernathy is a grand-niece of Mrs. Joseph S. Williams, 615 Seneca, this city. .. friends in Leavenworth from Mrs. Carol Ridenour Abernathy and -. -nes Logan Abernathy for the marriage of their daughter, \Jamison r Esell Weddin« Joan, to Mr. William Gardner \Solemnized at Linicood Downs m, on Saturday, Septem- ««««* ber 6 at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the First'Methodist Church in Hartford, Conn., and for the reception following the ceremony Miss Nancy Jane Jamison, daugh-' ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jamison, • of Limvood, and Johnny B. Ezell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ezell, As San in LIFE fit to be seen ... luxurious Rose Fresco nylon lace on... the eyetaking slip FemU* Fitting enhancement, this rich, new Rose Fresco kce. Matching Rose Fresco lac* medallion on the bodice. White, pink, black or rarj, in finesc multifikment acetat* and rayon crepe. Sizes 32 to 44; 32-short to 38-short{ 32-tall to 44-talL $3.9b Choose from 3 lengtha short, average, or tall! 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