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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas • Page 38

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Tarn-Stadler Marriade vows and rings exchanged by Connie Louise Tarn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlos G. Tarn, Wichita, and V. Thomas Stadler, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Victor T. Stadler, also of Wichita, Saturday evening, June 26, at the First Presbyterian Church, Wichita. The bride's father is a former resident of the Salina area, and she has relatives living in So Lina and Gypsum, The Rev. Dale Collier, Wichita, officiated.

The bride chose a -length Empire gown of Chantilly lace over satin peau designed with an all lace sequined bodice, long cathedral sleeves and trolled skirt, accented by chapel train. A crystal queen's crown held her illusion veil, and she carried a cascade of white roses, stephanotis and smilax, centered with a white orchid. Marcia Madison was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Anne Tait, Vicki Bowdish and Sally Wachholz. They wore floor-length frocks of aqua brocade and taffeta with matching headpieces, and carried cascades of white carnations and aqua pom poms. The bride's sisters, Diane Marie Tarn and Evelyn Amanda Tarn, were taper lighters.

Flower girl and ring bearer were Denise Tarn, Gypsum, and Rory Tarn, Salina. Stanley Andeel was best man, and groomsmen were James Warner, Phil Harrison and A. B. Harrison jr. Escorting the guests Our Town By Jacq Woolsey and Marj Walle Salinan Leaving For Hawaii Getting acquainted with a new granddaughter will be an extra treat for Mrs.

Robert W. Kilgore, 707 W. Ash, during a 2 week vacation in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Salinan will leave Sunday evening from Kansas City, by plane on her first trip to the Islands. Guest Of Daughter She will visit the Kilgores' daughter, Mrs.

Edmond Lee, the former Mary Frances Kilgore; A-2c Lee and their baby daughter, Stacy Deeann. The Kilgores' son, Lt. Douglas Kilgore will arrive in Honolulu Monday to spend a week at the Lee home. He is enroute from Otis AFB, Cape Cod, to his new assignment at Clark AFB, The Philippines. Lieutenant Kilgore's wife is visiting her father, Harry Porter, Sterling, while waiting to join her husband.

Courtesies For Miss Rundell Pre-nuptial courtesies are complimenting Margaret Ellen Rundell, bride-elect of Ronny A. Ray. A peach and white umbrella will cover the gifts at an 8 pm linen shower Monday for Margaret at the home of Mrs. Max Johnson, 119 W. Cloud.

Mrs. Johnson's daughter, Ruth Ann will be co-hostess. Garden flowers also will he used in the motif. Peach and white are Miss Rundell's chosen wedding colors. Thirty-five invited guests include the mothers of the betrothed couple, Mrs.

I. Boyd Rundell, 1214 S. 9th, and Mrs. W. J.

Ray, 152 Florida, Schilling Manor: the honoree's sisters, Mrs. James Walker, Glasco. and Mrs. A. L.

Peterson, Waverly, and Ronny's sister, Mrs. Bill Watson, Palatka, Fla. Picnic Supper Kenwood park was the scene of a Saturday evening picnic supper entertaining Miss Rundell and her fiance. Mrs. George Porter was hostess.

Approximately 60 persons were present including garet's parents; Mrs. Peterson, Kristine and Karl: the pective bridegroom's parents; Mrs. Watson, and employes of Rundell-Lightner Welding Supply, their husbands, wives and families from Salina, Colby, Hays, Garden City and Nebraska. Also attending were Mrs. Carl Continued to Page 20 Ditgen-Quade Mrs.

E. Edward Brown Jr. (Janice Marle Fromme); Fromme-Brown Janice Marie Fromme, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex M.

Fromme, Hoxie, and E. Edward Brown son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Brown, Colby, were married June 23 at the Hoxie Methodist Church.

The Rev. Paul Hansen, Ke chi, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, received the ple's double-ring vows. Baskets of white gladioli and pink roses decorated the church. Mrs. H.

O. Richardson, Hoxie, and Mrs. Dean Bergman, Downs, were musicians, and lighters were the groom's sister, Linda Brown, Colby, and sister of the bride, Mary Lou Fromme, Hoxie. The bride wore a full-length gown of imported silk organza and Chantilly over taffeta, The French lace bodice featured a Sabrina neckline highlighted by pearls and iridescent sequins. Lace motifs accented the shoulders of the long tapered sleeves and were repeated on the fitted cummerbund, controlled skirt front, and aisle-wide chapel train.

A sell bow and streamers finished the back waistt. A double pearl and Aurora crystal queen's crown held her shoulder-length illusion veil. She carried an arrangement of pink roses. Mrs. Dwayne Dietz, Manhattan, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Lora Les Johnson, Fort Dodge, and Dianne Knox, Leon, Kas.

The bride's sister, Debra Fromme, Hoxie, was junior bridesmaid. They wore full-length dresses of pink peau de soie with headpieces of pink net with bows on top. Each carried a single pink rose. Paul Ackerman, Lawrence, was best man, and groommen were David Schmitt, Topeka, and the bride's brother, David Fromme, Hoxie. The bride's cousin, Garth Fromme, Hoxie, was junior groomsman.

Guests were seated by James K. Phillips, Colby, and the bride's brothers, Phillip Fromme and Robert Fromme, both of Hoxie. Assisting with the church re ception were the bride's aunt, Mrs. Joseph Fromme, Roberta Pratt, Theo Barr and Mrnes. Gordon Mahanna, Paul Babcock, Bob Burkepile, Dale Breit, Lloyd Richards and Fred Pratt, all of Hoxie; Mrs.

David Schmitt, Topeka, and Verneene Trublood, Emporia. The bride, a graduate of Kansas State university, Manhattan, is district adviser in the Kaw Valley Girl Scout council, Topeka. Her sorority is Alpha Xi Delta. Her husband was graduated from K-State and attends the Washburn school of law, Topeka. Sigma Phi Epsilon is his fraternity.

Following a Colorado wedding trip, the couple wll be at home Thursday at 921 Lincoln, Topeka. McReynolds-Dishinger Double-ring marriage vow's were recited by Judith Dale McReynolds, Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D.

McReynolds, 937 Roach, and Richard W. Dishinger, also of Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.

Dishinger, St. Louis, June 18, in Lawrence. The Rev. Michacl Moriarty officiated and Mrs. Frances Fisher.

Lawrence, was the musician. The bride wore a tailored white silk shantung suit with matching hat, and carried bouquet of yellow rosebuds. The bride's sister, Mrs. K. L.

Tibbells and Mr. Tibbetts, Topeka, were hosts at the receplion at the new home of the bride and bridegroom in Lawrence. The bride was graduated from Salina high school and attended Marymount College. She has Bachelor of Arts degree in microbiology from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, and has been working as a bio-chemist research assistant at KU. Her husband is a graduate of St.

Louis high school and has Bachelor of Arts degree in art from KU. He will continue graduate work toward his Master's degree in art education this fall. He is attending the summer sion at KU. The couple is at home at 1423 Ohio, Lawrence. Favorite Recipes kna, Kas.

The recipes are Judged by the Home Economics Department of Marymount College, Each one chosen for publication wins $1 award. (EASY) LEMON CHIFFON PIE Thoroughly mix in saucepan 1 envelope gelatin (1 cup sugar and tsp. salt. Beat together 4 egg yolks. cup lemon juice and cup water.

Stir over medium heat just until mixture comes to boil. Remove from heat and stir in 1 tsp. grated lemon rind. Chill, stirring occasionally, until partially set. Beat 4 egg whites until soft peaks form.

Gradually add cup sugar, beating until stiff peaks form and sugar has dissolved; fold in gelatin mixture. Pile filling in cooled baked pie shell; chill until firm. If desired garnish with whipped cream. MRS. FLOYD SHEPARD RFD 2 Solomon, Kas.

Send your best recipe to FAVORIT RECIPE. The Salina Trinity Methodist Church, Hutchinson. Dr. Clarence J. Borger, officiated.

Musicians were Mrs. Carl Klaver and Mrs. Jack Schroll, both of Hutchinson. The bride chose a chapel-length gown of bouquet taffeta designed with a detachable wrap train. Alencon lace, appliques and frosted beads accented the fitted bodice and back Watteau panel, and a bouffant cut-away overskirt formed a chapel train, A crown held her illusion veil, and she carried a cascade of white roses, ivy and stephanotis.

Rebecca Ditgen, Hutchinson, was her sister's maid of honor and Nancy McMurry, Hutchinson, was bridesmaid. They wore full-length dresses of China blue crepe with matching headpieces and carried cascades of ivy, stephanotis and white chrysanthemums. Flower girl was Dorthy Ann Quade, Lincoln, sister of the bridegroom. Lt. Kenneth Sister, West Memphis, was best man and groomsman was Robert Duffield, Salina.

Ushers were the groom's brother, Leroy Quade, Lincoln; the bride's cousin, Jeff Ditgen, Nickerson, and Howard Svaty, Ellsworth. Mrs. Ross Herron, Hutchinson, was hostess at the church reception. Assisting were Linda Wogan, Fort Scott: Cecilia Myers and Mrs. William Grieman, both of Hutchinson; Judith Baird, Prairie Village; Patty Lou Daughtery, Dodge City, and Mrs.

Eric Haskin, Manhattan, The bride was graduated from Hutchinson high school, and is a senior majoring in home economics at Kansas State university, Manhattan. Lieutenant Quade is graduate of K-State and the Officer's Candidate school, Fort Benning, Ga. His fraternity is Beta Sigma Psi. The couple will be at home in Columbus, until Aug. 1, when Lt.

Quade will be transferred by the U. S. Army to Fort Riley. Club News Erleen Lindeman Installed Irene Bjurstrom installed the new officers when the Altrusa club had a dinner meeting at the Elks club. Installed were Erleen Lindeman, president; Mrs.

Janice Evans, vice-president; Leola Weberg, recording secretary; Martha Mae Marsh, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. J. Lyons, treasurer, and Mrs. Smith Dalrymple, board member.

Mrs. Francis Barrett, Salina, a state counselor of the Kansas Federation of Business and Profession Women's clubs, is attending 8 2-day 1965-66 state board meeting at the Schimmel Inn, Wichita. Sessions will end Sunday. Mrs. Barrett is past-president of the Kansas BPW.

The federation's program plans are being presented for approval and district meetings are being scheduled. "Plan For the national BPW theme, will be carried out by local clubs during the coming year. Committees of Alpha Beta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority have been meeting 1 to make plans for the coming year. Mrs. Robert Garrison, chairman of the bylaws committee, met with Mrs.

E. R. Boyer 1007 N. alh, and the program and social committee met with the chairman, Helen Anderson, 1201 Vassar Drive. Mrs.

Joc Blair, 410 E. Bond. ways and means chairman, was hostess for her group. Checking Books The audit and budget commillee, is checking the books and preparing a new budget, and the welfare committee will meet later to discuss projects for the coming year. Margaret Frank is audit and budget chairman, and Mrs.

Thomas Huiett, welfare chairman. -N Serenteen members of VFW auxiliary post 1432 gave a game party for patients at the Veterans hospital, Wichita. Gifts were distributed to patients unable to attend. Sun. 27 Mrs.

Kenneth George Quade (Judith Kaye Ditgen) Mrs. V. Thomas Stadler jr. Louise Tarn). -3 Mrs.

Ronald Alan Gadde (Joan Marie Palmquist) Palmquist-Gadde Marriage vows and rings were exchanged by Joan Marie Palmquist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Palmquist, Lindsborg, and Ronald Alan Gadde, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Karl Gadde, Brooklyn, N. Y. June 20 at the Bethany Lutheran Church, Lindsborg. Dr. Anton Nelson and Dr.

L. Dale Lund officiated. Musicians were Lambert Dahlsten and the bride's cousin, Judy Robinson. All are of Lindsborg. The bride chose: a floor-length peau de gown, styled with long sleeves, semi-bell skirt and detachable train.

Imported reembroidered Alencon lace trim was featured. A crown brought from Sweden held her bouffant veil. She carried a white floral arrangement on a white Bible. Lilybeth Gadde, Brooklyn, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, Bridesmaids were Fran Sjoberg, Lindsborg, and Mrs. John Palmquist, Goodland, the bride's sister-in-law.

Lennart P. and Linda J. Gadde, Brooklyn, the groom's nephew and niece, were ring bearer and flower girl, respectively. Lennart Gadde, Brooklyn, was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Alan Hoffman, Kansas City, and brother of the bride, John Palmquist, Goodland.

Larry Patrick and Willard Westblade, both of Lindshorg, were candielighters. Guests were seated by Tom Nygaard, Lindsborg, and the groomsmen. Hosts for the receplicn in the church Fellowship hall were Mrs. R. G.

Van Cleef, the bride's cousin, and Mr. Van Cleef, Salina, Assisting were Mrs. Walfred Swenson, Lindsborg, and Mrs. Oscar Palmquist, Trinidad, aunts of the bride; Barbara Van Cleef, Salina, and EsthNorberg, Lindsborg, the Mrs. James L.

Finnesy (Mary Ann Colahan) Colahan-Finnesy bride's cousins; Mrs. C. F. Erickson, Carol Schamahorn, Debra Bengtson, Kathy Houghton, Carla Nelson, Mary Hafermehl, Mike Chambers, Hubert Mattingly III, Mark Olson, Lee Larson, Stephen Ericson and Karl Esping, all of Lindsborg, and Rozanne Nelson, Wheaton, Minn. Mrs.

Gadde was graduated from Lindsborg high school and Bethany college, Lindsborg. This fall, she will teach fourth grade at Riverside school, Brainerd, Minn. The groom is a graduate of Fort Hamilton high school, Brooklyn; Bethany college and the Lutheran school of theology, Rock Island, Ill. Mr. Gadde is an intern minister at the First Lutheran Church, Brainerd.

They will be at home Friday in Brainerd, after a wedding trip. BRHS Class Gathering Draws 27 Twenty-seven persons attended a 30-year reunion at the Salina Elks Country club of the 1935 graduating class of Beverly Rural high school. Represented were Bennington, Salina, Solomon, Shady Bend, Beverly, Norton, Sylvan Grove, Centralia and Fort Worth, Tex. Twelve class members were unable to take part. Four members have died.

HDU Calendar Monday Dashing Damsels, 7:45 pm, Mrs. Harold Pack, 813 Albert. The Rev. Daniel Scheetz, Plainville, received the doublering marriage vows of Mary Ann Colahan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas E. Colahan, Plainville, and James L. Finnesy, also of Plainville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis L.

Finnesy, Natoma, June 19 at the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Plainville. Pink gladioli decorated the altar. Musicians were Renee Haase, Plainville, and the church choir. Seating guests were Raymond Colahan, Salina, and David Koeltzow, Saginaw, Mich. A full-lenglh gown of peau de soie and Alencon lace was chosen by the bride.

It was styled with a French bodice, scoop neckline, elbow-length sleeves and fitted cummerbund, edged with self-cording. Lace motifs were overlaid on the cummerbund and bodice. The sheath skirt had a lacetrimmed obi panel at the back waistline, accenting the aislewide detachable train. Her bouffant 4-tiered veil of silk illusion was attached to a floral cap of pearls and lace. She carried a crescent arrangement of Cymbidium orchids and pink Sweetheart roses.

entwined with -of -Pearl Rosaries. Maid of honor was Margaret Colahan. Plainvilie, sister of the bride. Mary Lou Livingston, Plainville, the bride's cousin, and Doris Schmidt, Hays, were bridesmaids. Their -length dresses of powder blue organza over taffeta were worn with matching floral hats with face veils.

Pink carnations composed their crescent bouquets. Mr. Finnesy's best man was Edward Breit, Natoma, Groomsmen were George Livingston, Plainville, and Eldon Colahan, McPherson, cousin and nephew, respectively, of the bride. Assistants for the reception at Memorial hall, Plainville, were Mrs. Lucille Reddick and Mrs.

Gertrude Livingston, both of Plainville, the bride's aunts; Mrs. Leola Jones, Salina, sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Clar. ence Hrabe and Mrs. Larry Wilkerson, both of Plainville, and Mrs.

Lawrence Wilson No toma. A wedding dinner followed the hall. Mrs. Finnesy, a graduate of Plainville high school, holds Bachelor of Arts degree from Marymount college, She teaches French at Natoma high school. Her husband was graduated from Natoma High and attended Fort Hays Kansas State college, Hays.

He served four years in the U. 'S. Navy. Mr. Finnesy works at Brack Electric service, Plainville.

The newlyweds will be at home Thursday at 427 S. Commercial, Plainville. following a wedding trip to Chicago, and Indiana, Mrs. Jeffrey Is Senior Regent Mrs. Harold Jeffrey and Mrs.

Bob Padgett were installed senior regent and junior graduate regent, respectively, by the Women of the Moose. An earlier Journal story incorrectly listed them as senior graduate regent and junior re gent. Salinan Makes Honor Roll Ann Lynn Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.

C. Hamil ton, 1933 Norton, attained perfect "straight grades for the second semester of the academic year and has bees named to the President's Honor Roll at Phillips university, Enid, Okla, Ann is 1962 graduate Salina Senior high school and will be a senior this fall at Phillips..

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