The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 7, 1952 · Page 5
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Of interest to women Social, Personal and Organisational Nnci Helen M. Snyder, Editor, Phone 25. AXXA MARIE PIERROJf, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Pierron of Easton, announce her engagement and approaching marriage to Mr. Charles E. Higgins, son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Higgins of Easton. The wedding will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 4, at the St Joseph of the Valley Church, Easton.—(Norman Studio) Miss Redjleld Weds The parsonage of the First Baptist Church was the scene of the wedding of Miss Charline Rose Redford, daghter of Mr. and Mrs. James Redford Sr., 402 North 11, to Mr. Marlin Ray Holyfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jerry Holyfield, -RR 2, Bonner Springs, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept 5. Rev. J. Clyde Fowler performed the ceremony. The bride wore a navy blue faille suit with pink accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. Miss Edna Redford, cousin of the .bride, was maid of honor, and Mr. Jerry Holyfield, brother of the groom, served as best man. A reception was held following the ceremony at the home of the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hamilton, 739 Olive. Mr. and Mrs. Holyfield will live in Bonner Springs. Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fillmore, 734 West Seventh, have returned from a. trip to Guihrie, Okla., where they attended the annual Fillmore family reunion. There were 64 members of the family present. Before returning home the couple visited Mrs. Fillmore's brother at Gushing, Okla. Married at Limcood Miss Evelyn Ward, daughter f Mrs. Velma Ward, Linwood, became the bride of Mr. James Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams, Fan-mount, Saturday, Sept. 6, at 2 p.m. at the Linwood Baptist Church. Rev. Charles Clinkenbeard, Girard, Kas. performed the double ring ceremony. The church was beautiful with gladiolas and dahlias, and candelabras holding white candles. Mrs. John Snider accompanied Mr. LeRoy Swope, who sang, "At Dawning" by Cadman and "Because" by Guy D.'Hardelot, and she played "Liebestraum" by Franz Liszt and a melody "After Mendelsohn" by Wright Wagner's Lohengrin wedding march was played for the entrance of the bride and Panellas March after the ceremony. Given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Stuart Ward, the bride wore traditional satin with nylon net, trimmed with rosebud lace, rhinestones and > pearls. Her full- gathered-hoop skirt with nylon net overskirts extended into an aisle-wide train, and her fingertip veil was held in place by a heart shaped head band. She carried pink and white roses. Miss Betty Lou Ward, sister of the bride, wore powder blue taffeta, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Miss Roberta Elder and Miss Betty Henak, candlelighters, wore yellow and pink gowns and carnation wristlets. The flower girl, Connie Pritchard, wore pale pink taffeta and carried a basket of flower petals. Mr. Arthur Swope, brother-in- law of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Billy Ward, brother of the bride, and Dale Williams, brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the church. The table was decorated with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Miss Myrtle Torenon and Miss Nadine Torendon, wearing yellow and aqua gowns with corsages of white carnations, -served the cake and punch. Mr. Melvin Williams was in charge of the guest book. The bride's traveling ensemble was a brown faille suit with green accessories. Her corsage was of roses. After a week's wedding trip to Colorado the couple will be at home in the Goff's Apartments, Linwood. GEBRIANJf KNOTT, of Denison, Iowa, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knott, announce her engagement to Mr. Chester B. Kozak, son of Mrs. Catherine' Kozak of this city. An October wedding has been planned.—(Everhard Studio) and carried a bouquet of orchid chrysanthemums. Miss Virginia Schoenfeld, sister of the groom, as bridesmaid, wore orchid taffeta and net, with matching veil and carried yellow mums. Mr. Audean F. Kramer, brother of the bride,. served as best man and Mr. Eugene Kramer, her cousin, as groomsman. A wedding Jinner was served at noon, at the home of the bride's parents, where a reception followed in the evening from 7 to 9. The wedding cake was served by Mrs. Glenn Kramer and Mr s. Clarence Kell. Mrs. Audean F. Kramer was in charge of the guest book. The couple left following the reception for a short honeymoon. For traveling the bride wore a coral suit with brown accesssories. They will make their home in Irainfield, Kas. Miss Kramer Wed On Tuesday morning, Sept. 2, Miss Darlene Anna Kramer, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Kramer, McLouth, became the bride of Mr. James Duane Schoenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schoenfeld of Grainfield, Kas. The vows were exchanged in Sacred Heart Church, Tonganoxie, with the Rev. J. A. Budreau reading the double ring ceremony. Mrs. E. Putthoff, organist, played the nuptial music. The ?.ltar held arrangements of garden flowers. The bride wore a gown of white taffeta, fashioned with sweetheart neckline, and matching mitts. Her veil of bridal illusion felll from a headband of seed pearls, and she carried white carnations. Her only jewelry was a tiny gold cross, the gift of the groom. Mrs. Ralph Woodward, sister of the bride, matron of honor, wore pink taffeta with matching veil, Montgomery-Day Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery, RR 2, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Delores, to Mr. Kenneth Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Day, 1123 Grand, at the First Methodist Church at 2 p.m., on Sept. 14. Mr. Robert Day, brother of the groom, will be best man, and Mrs. Norma Smith will be matron of honor. Mr. Phil Brown and Mr. Lloyd Banks will serve as ushers. All friends of the young couple are invited to attend the services. Newcomers The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Krekeler Jr. of Valparaiso, Ind., announce the birth of their daughter, Barbara Sue, Sept. 1, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kretzmann of Philadelphia, Pa., announce the birth of their son, Daniel Dale, Aug. 31. Both babies are grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krekeler Sr., 819-North 9th. son, Edwin Read, and family in Clarendon Hills, HI. Personals Mrs. Lillie Springer has arrived from San Francisco, Calif., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ralph J. Rodgers, and Mr. Rodgers, of Wadsworth. Following her stay, she will return to her home in Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Walter H. Read of the City Water Department leaves today to visit his daughter, Mrs. Jane R. Pike, in Washington, D.C., and his ^always so fresh—so delicious • because they like the neighborly helpfulness thei| find her*. MOM 771 IICMAJU w.ftmrrft •• UAVCNWMTtt and our shirt laundering! \ If you're a wife — blonde or brunette — you'd be wise to pamper your husband. He'll love the careful way we launder and finish his shirts and you can wash your hands clean of a tiresome job. Let us <Jo all your shirt laundering — faster, better, with no bother to you. Delivery Service To Lansing and the Country Club Addition LAUNDRY INC PHONE 4231 405 Cherokee MARTHA ROSE SPARLING, whose engagement to Sgt. Walter P. Woodard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Woodard of Enterprise, Ore., is announced today by her parens, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan H. Sparling Sr., 900 Spruce. November 5 has been chosen as the wedding date.—(Star Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Bus Larkin and two children of Omaha, Neb., have returned to their home after visit- ng Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crecelius, 205 Randolph, and relatives of Mr. Larkin. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. DeFrees, 747 Spruce, have returned from a three weeks' visit with their daughter, Mrs. Carus Olcott, and family of Marietta, N.Y. After leaving Marietta, they toured Canada, returning by way of North Bay, and the lake country. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, September 7,1952. Ffv« On Monday and Tuesday Rev. Dirk Henry Middents and Mr. Homer G. Simpson will attend the regular fall meeting of Topeka Highland Presbytery at Hiawatha. They will be accompanied by Miss Julia Ann Smith and Mr. Rafael Sanches who are both under care of the Presbytery as candidates for full-time Christian service. Out of town guests who attended the funeral of Mr. John C. Seitz were Lt. Col. Richard J. Seitz, Ft. Benning, Ga.; Mrs. John Andrew Seitz and son, John, Washington, Mo.; Miss Marie Hempleman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elleman, and Mrs. Jen Allen, all of Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. Anthony Dirkes, and Miss -Elizabeth Dirkes, of Waterloo, Iowa. Lt. Col. Richard J. Seitz left by plane yesterday for Ft. Benning, Ga. Mrs. Newton Terry and son, Kent, 932 Cherokee, formerly of 1111. Pawnee, have returned after a three weeks' visit in Columbus, Ft. Benning, and Atlanta, Ga. They were the guests of Mrs. Terry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer )ensmore, in Columbus, and while here were entertained jointly with 3apt. and Mrs. Joseph Renders, >vho are stationed at Ft. Benning. -apt Renders, who was a student it the C&GSC last year will soon eave for Brussells, Belgium, to nstruct in the War College there. Mrs. Elizabeth Crain and daugh- er, Marion, and son, Sidney, 1116 North Broadway, have left for Japan to join W-O Marvin E. Crain, vho expects to be in station there or two years. Sgt. Russell E. Pentecost has re- turned from Korea, and is assigned to the 1st Guard Company at Ft. Leavenworth. He and Mrs. Pentecost and their daughter, Trudy, are again occupying their home at im Pawnee. Organizations The American Legion Auxiliary will have a business meeting Monday, Sept. 8, at 8 pjn. at tha Legion Hall. 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