The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 13, 1939 · Page 8
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 8

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, August 13, 1939
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v \GF. EIGHT THE HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, NEWS-H E B A L D SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13. 1939. Weddings Sterling Bride And Her Attendant . (Continued From Page 7) Hutchinson will light the tapers and Joan Darlene Toombs, niece of the bride, will be flower girl. Paul Hammond of Pittsvillei 111., will be best man. Ushers are Guy Gillespie, Jnmcs Davis, Adrian Test, and Wilbur Carpenter of Kansas City. Bride Wears Old Ivory Net The bride will be given in marriage by her father. She will wear a gown of old ivory net with lace insets. Her veil also has Incc medallion insets and will be caught into an orange blossom coronet to match the orange blossoms trimming the center front of the bodice. Both the skirt erf the dress and the veil end in long trains. Her only ornament will be a lover's knot of pearls belonging to her mother and she will carry a bouquet of white lilies and baby's breath. The five attendants to the bride will wear dresses of silk net. Mrs Toombs will wear peach and her bouquet will be blue roses. The maid of honor will be dressed in aqua and her bouquet will be yellow roses. The bridesmaids, wearing coral, will carry fan bouquets of pastel shaded pompons. Each attendant will wear a band ot flowers in her hair to match her costume. Miss Ringer will wear aqua taffeta with a corsage of pink roses. The flower girl's gown is of pink silk net marie in colonial style! —-—' with pantaloons and trimmed with imtiversary Dinner pale blue velvet bows. i Mrs. Riehey will wear a gown j George M. Bonnell, 419 East of gray chiffon with black ncces- j 16th. was host at dinner in Wiley series and she and Mrs. Brooks, tea room , ast niRht climent will each have a corsage of gar- L M Bonnell on their sixth rienias. Mrs Brooks will adding anniversary. Bridge was dusty pink with brown accessories., , d in the Btmn(m home a£ter Trip To Chicago dinner. A reception in the church par-! ' , , > lors will follow the ceremony. The' couple will leave tonight, for a Birthday Courtesy wedding trip to Chicago. After 1 September 1 they will be at home in Kansas City, Mo., where Mr. Brooks is employed by the Wee- ery of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Clary and Jeanine, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith and daughter, Lois, Mrs. J. P. Bobb, Clyde Stewart, Mary Elizabeth and Jack Stewart, Lyons; and Mrs. Carl Schmidt and son, Phillip, and Garnett and Donald Steward of Hutchinson. Vacation In Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Sly Barton and children, Marceline Anfe and James Leroy, 906 East Eighth, will leave tomorrow for a vacation of two weeks in Colorado. To ISetc Mexico Mr. and Mrs. James T. Klepper of Wichita spent Friday night here with Mrs. Klepper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Jennings, 100 East 12th. and left yesterday for Taos, N. M.i for a two weeks' vacation. Their children, Diane and Kay, remained here and will spend the two wqeks at the Jennings home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. House of Wichita accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Klepper on the trip. MRS. MORTON II. Lawson, (right) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Hawkins of Sterling, was Betty Hawkins before her marriage Julv 23. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Lawson of Alden. Mrs. William Gray Jr. (above) of Alden was her attendant. Parties Members of the I.U.U. bridge club of Chase entertained at luncheon and bridge in Wiley tea room yesterday honoring Mrs. E. J. Proffitt Jr. and Mrs. T. Shackelford on their birthdays. Centerpiece for the table was a long bowl of gladioli and asters in shades of orchid. Mrs. Thomas A. Trax and Mrs. Richard Linke of ; Chase won prizes. Others attending were Mrs. C JH. Tabor, Paul's Valley, Okla., [| Mrs. Carl Cochrane of Shawnee, for Marguerite Cameron, daughter! ° kla :- ™I S - H. E, Hager of Raymond. Mrs. W. A. Brown. Mrs. lock Transport company Both the bride and bridegroom were graduated from the Kansas City schools. • * • Thomas-Cameron In the gardens at the home of i *" Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Clark. 1410 1 North Vassar, Wichita, marriage] vows will be read Tuesday nightliVf: of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Cameron of,„ , „ ... _ _ Grecnsburg, and William Howard ? vere " Pro "^;,. Mrs ' n j*""™' _, . m , lino Aire Willinvm (Itii-ri A-Ti-c Thomas of Wichita and Tulsa. Mrs. Clark will be matron of honor and Charles Willett will be best man. A reception in the Clark home will follow the ceremony. Miss Cameron is a graduate of Greensburg high school and is associated with the Federal Land bank of Wichita. She is an active member of the Wichita Little Theater. Mr. Thomas is associated with the Wilkerson Show company of St. Louis. ing. Mrs. Williarm Gard, Mrs. Lawrence Proffitt, Mrs. Sam Sewell, Mrs. Joseph Caldwell, Mrs Byron Hubbard, Mrs. Theo. Johnson, Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. William Durkee. all of Chase. * » » For Bride-Elect Margaret Pickering, 501 To Family Reunion Edna Shaft, 28 West Ninth, went to Clements yesterday to ac< company her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Shaft, to Strong City for a family reunion today. Visit In Haven Mrs. Claude Britton and son Dorsey, 201 West Second, visited in Haven Friday with Mrs. Britton's mother, Mrs. S. A. Moon Week's Visit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ConwlU and son, Joseph Jr., 308 Crescent, spent the last week visiting relatives in Meade and in Guyiron, Okla. Visit In K. C. Louise Hodges, 306 West First, is spending the week-end in Kansas City visiting Gene Ungles, formerly of Hutchinson. Home From Denver Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Benson and daughters, Margaret, Esther Lou and Mary Ann, 531 East B, and Mrs. Jay Vincent, 300 East Eighth, returned Saturday afternoon from a week's stav in Denver, Return From Vacation Orlene Berlin, 227b East 13th will return today from a two weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. Burton Trostle, Nickerson, at their summer cottage in Dream Canyon 'near Estes Park, Colo. Co-Ed Fashions Will Be Shown At Vogue Show The annual Vogue college clothes fashion show featured by Pegues-Wright store will be held at the Fox theatre Tuesday night at 9 o'clock. Styles, as shown in Vogue's latest issue will be modeled, showing what the college girl will wear on and off the campus. Models will be Helen Tidd, Virginia Fishback, Jean Dyer, Suzanne McNaghten, Eleanor Ely, Peggy Pfenning, Ruth Peters, Lillian Thiessen, Louise Taylor, Nancy Marie Snyder, Maralee Bigelow, Jane Boyd, Patricia Malloy, Wilma Jean Hadden, Norma Countryman, Anna May Carey, Nancy Day, Bette Wilson and Martha Lou Alexander and Barbara Emmert. To West Coast Rosena Brauer, 123 East First, will leave this morning for a two weeks' visit in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. In Wichita \vith Mrs. Earl Covert, formerly of Hutchinson. Home From Great Bend Mrs. Vernon Damm, 615 North Walnut, has returned from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mario Church, Great Bend. Read News-Herald Want Ads. American "FlnoreiMi" for floor* an* womf. work. ttainlrrH no pollr-hMir, not ulrppery, ItnlH for year*. Eeonomliml to n«e. Onlr •4 .29 Oil. RYDE Si FRIDLET Paint A Wallpaper Co. 15 East First Phone 13S Home From Wichita Clarice Dreibclbis, 106 Bigger, has returned from a East visit E. R. MAYLAND D. S. C Foot Specialist Chiropodist 11 years in Hutchinson 310 Woleott Bldq. Ph. 96 for Appointment who are here on vacation from the Axtell Christian hospital at Newton. Mrs. C. B. Hickman and Virginia Hickman assisted in serving. Guests were Elizabeth Holtzclaw, Twila Riggs, Flora Thorman, Jean Bloom and Beatrice Gross. • • • Bridal Shower Melba and Madelyn Kirkpatrick, 820 East A, entertained Thursday night with a miscellaneous shower honoring Alice Mae Rogers who will will be married tomorrow to Alvin T. Smith. Guests were Annie Peel, Marybel Peel, Margaret Morrison, Ruth Newberry, Alberta Balsmeier, j^lWyhona Herger, Roseva Babcock and Doreen Schott. Morton Harsh, Porter-Keimig Marriage vows will be read Friday in Winfield for Elsie Keiming. daughter of Mrs. A. L. Keimig of Zenria and William Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Porter of j Dunham. Winfield. • • Miss Keimig is a graduate of' D . . c Zenda high school and attended|"' c " ,c Supper Southwestern college. The last two years she has been teaching near Zcnda. Mr. Porter, a graduate of Southwestern, attended Northwestern graduate school of business administration for a year. He is now employed by the Kansas Gas and Electric company at Wichita. ! I Ciffin-Hutchinson Marriage vows will be read at j 7:30 this morning in the garden at; the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F.! Hildreth of Pratt for Mrs. Hild- j reth's daughter, Betty Ann Hutch- j inson, and Phil Giffin, son of Mr. • and Mrs. O. R. Giffin of Topeka. I Mr. Hildreth will give the bride j in marriage. Mary Kathryn Hutchinson, sister of the bride, i will be maid of honor, and Lee i Clark of Tulsa will be best man.; Taylor-VanMeter Mary Jo Van Meter, formerly of Hutchinson, and Joseph Taylor of Salina, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor, will be married this morning at 7:30 In the Salina Christian church. After a short wedding trip to Kingman, Wichita and Topeka they will be at home in Salina. Miss Van Meter will be given in marriage by her brother. A. J. Van Meter of Rago, with whom she formerly marie her home when he lived at Hutchinson. Attendants will be Mrs. David Mitchell, cousin of the bride, and Roy Taylor, brother of the bridegroom. Miss Van Meter is the daughter of Mrs. Fannie Van Meter of Beverly. A graduate of Beverly high school she has been employed three years in Salina. Mr. Taylor is also employed there. Third, was hostess at a miscellaneous shower Friday night complimentary to Patricia Gray who will be married next Sunday to Glen Belt. The evening was spent with j in the home of Mrs. Clarence games and fortune telling. jBurdick, RFD 4, Thursday after- Guests were Mrs. James Gray.: noon at a miscellaneous shower Mrs. Gilbert Steele, Mrs. Robert! honoring the hostess' daughter. Bnggs. Wanda Morton, Phyllis !Mrs. Howard E. Rampenthal, who Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Charles Pate was hostess Verna Eurton, Peggy June Breeden and Dora was Ethel Mae Pate before her marriage August 3 in Butler, Mo, Mrs. J. M. Cooper was assisting hostess. Mrs. Rampenthal was graduated from Buhler high school in 1936 Dorothy Hickman, 711 East j and Mr. Rampenthal from Hutch- Seventh, entertained at a picnic I inson high school the same year supper Friday night honoring! Prizes at the party were won Betty Shepard and Thelma Bybee by Mrs. Ralph Lentz, Mrs. W. D Young, Mrs. Everett Roberts and I Velva Cooper. Other guests were Mrs. A. Taul.i Mrs. Richard Harr, Mrs. Herbert i Zeiset, Mrs. V. Rucker, Mrs. A. Mills, Mrs. Ellen Sanders, Mrs. • R. S. Little, Mrs. George Smith,! Mrs. Wallace Tracy, Mrs. Don; Butler, Mrs. J. Bolyard, Mrs. Walter Duncan, Mrs. Charles Rampenthal, Mrs. Howard 'Rampen-j| thai, Mrs. J. M. Teter, Mrs. Mel-' vin Teter, Tillie LaShure, Aline! Rampenthal, Wilma Head. Roena Wilson of Dodge City, Joan Rampenthal, Melva Rampenthal, Marvel Zeiset, Shirley Zeiset, Charles Harr, Minnie May'| Hegarty, Irene Roberts, Barbara! Ann Tucker, Jimmie Gene Butler. * * • Reunion At Lyons Descendants of J. C. Stewart. Finley Lowery and H. Stewart held a reunion dinner at the Qui vira cafe in Lyons Friday noon. Those attending were Mr. and! Mrs. W. D. Stewart and son, How-': ard of Deievan, Mr. and Mrs.; Leo Cushing of Junction City, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stewart and 1 ' daughter, Martha and Frank Stewart of Medford, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Stewart of Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn D. Stewart and Wayne Dean of Alden, Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Hoover of Offerle, Mrs. Henry Forrer and children, Gene and Charlene, and Mrs. Julian Forrer and daughter, Sonya, of Wellington; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stewart and daughter, Joan of Kansas City, David Low- A (tending Pratt Reunion Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hickman and daughters, Dorothy and Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. Rav Barnes will spend today in Pratt attending a family reunion picnic. Betty Petersen of Pratt will accompany them home for a week's visit. Vacation In Ozarks Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Spain and family of South Hutchinson are spending a vacation at the Lake of the Ozarks. They will also-attend a reunion at Cassville, Mo., while they are away. CUT-ORDER CARPETS 175 Patterns of Wilton & Axminster Cut to fit any room COMPARE OUR PRICES CHAS. CROOK FURN. CO. (On lha WEST Side) 9 So. 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Big 8-qt. Vegetable Freshener! Food Guardian shows storage temperature! Sliding shelf! Big Speedy Freezer makes 63 cubes, 6 lbs. per freezing! Automatic light! Super Powered, silent unit I MONTGOMERY 1214-16 N. Main Phone S4JJO

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