Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 20, 1963 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, July 20, 1963
Page 7
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WeddingVows Pledged in Deerfield Last night in the Dpcrficld AlcUiodist Church, Karen line Downing, dan "liter of Mr. and Mrs. Madison L. Downing, Dccrficld, was united in marriage with Leslie K. Monroe, Wichita, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Monroe, Lyons. Officiating for the pledging of the nuptial vows was the Kcv. Robert Flecnor of the Dccrfield Methodist Church. Carl Bcntrup sang "Beloved, It In Morn,' and "Wedding Pray or." accompanied by Mrs. Carl Bcntrup who also played the traditional processional and recessional. The traditional all-white floor- lengtli bridal gown was fashioned of white silk bridal taffeta and hand-clipped Chantilly lace. The fitted emirc bodice was enhanced with a scalloped bateau neckline and long fitted, tapered sleeves and a wide cummerbund. Her ovcrskirt of chantilly lace gave a scalloped red ingot effect at the front and extended into a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion rippled softly from a crown of seedpearls with pendants. She carried a cascade arrangement of red sweetheart roses. She was given in marriage by her father. Lana Kay Downing, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Her frock was of blue or- ganga fashioned with bouffant skirt and topped with a fitted bodice enhanced with a rhinestone trimmed bow. She wore a matching crown hat with a dainty veil and matching shoes. Her white carnation bouquet was trimmed in blue. Brother of the bridegroom, Max Monroe, Lyons, served as best man. Ushers were brothers of the bridal couple, Scott Downing, Dcerficld, and William Monroe, Lyons. For the double ring ceremony, baskets of white mums adorned the altar, six candelabra and decorations of blue and white completed the decor. A reception was given in the Methodist Church basement. Each mother of the bridal couple wore a white cymbidium orchid. The three-tiered white wedding cake was topped with blue bells and decorated with blue chrysanthemums. Pouring punch was Peggy Swords, Arkansas City. Serving cake were Leroyce Maddux, and Mrs. Clarence Hickman, both of Deerficld. Attending he gift Johnson Photo Service MRS. LESLIE R. MONROE Karen Rae Downing table were Rebecca Jo Hickman and Randy Hickman, both of Deerfield. Registering guests WPS Mrs. Gary Rfchards, Wichita The bride, a teacher at the Curtis Junior High School, Wichita is a graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. S'ie was a member of Sigma Sigma social sorority, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu and Omega honorary fraternities. A certified public accountant for Moberly, West, Jennings and Snaul, Wichita, the bridegroom attended the University of Kan- 5:15:, Lawrence, where he was affiliated with Beta Gamma Sigma honorary fraternity and Delia Sigma Pi Professional fraternity. For their wedding trip to Colorado the bride wore an apricot linen sheath with three quarter length lace jacket and white ac Page 7 Garden City Telegram Saturday. July 20, 1963 A PHILATEUSTJSA STAMP COLLECTOR- MEET MR. STICKER, W PUT 'El? SAM - HE'S A "MTHERE, PAL . PHILATELIST. sA. I'M A ELK ^\ KAVSELF. M Stick by us for complete satisfaction. Our desire to please you all th« time is our aim. Answer—TRUE. FURNITURE We SELL • We TRADE cymbidium orchid. They will be cessories. Her corsage was a cymbidium orchid. They will be at home at 2311 Bayley, Wichita. Out of town guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoyt, Mrs. Max Monroe, Steven, Joyce and Jeffrey; Mrs. Evalena Jensen, Colin Hoyt, all from Lyons. Mrs. Eldcan Curtis and Mary Jill came from Evanston, 111.; Lois Ann Hoyt, Rockville, Md.; Mrs. William Monroe, Sterling; Michael Muth, Bushton; Mrs. Stella Bixler, Emporia; and Mr. and Mrs. George Monroe, Herbert, Harvey, Roy and Elaine, Council Grove. Attending from Wichita were Gary Richards, Ken Holmes, Vic Klassen and Balbir Mothur and from Scott City were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grosjean and and Gene. time comes only once a year. You and your family deserve to enjoy yourself without a care in the world. Meet the cost with in hand from friendly B • I • C. Stop in or phone for the money you need. Right away! HO West Chestnut, Garden City Upon Mon.-Frl—?-S: Sot. ¥-• Nsmtot §R \^OOK orner DKLU'tOUS SOUTHWHN BUOWNINBS 1 cup sifted cake fhur dash of salt Vi teaspoon baking powder 6 tablespoons shortening 1 cup sugar 4 tablespoons honey 4 tablespoons corn syrup 2 eggs beaten 2 ounces of chocolate melted 2 tablespoons hot water 2 teaspoons vanilla 1 cup pecan meats of walnut pieces ' Sift dry ingredients together. Crenni shortening and BURU,. unlll fluffy. Add honey and syrup and continue bentinjj. Add CR«S Jind mix well. Add moiled chocolate. Add dry ingredients, hot water and vanilla and jnix well. Spread in flat pan. 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