Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 27, 1963 · Page 6
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Garden Cifian Marries St. Louis Bride •-»' • T« H A candlelight wedding in the Lutheran C h u r c h of Webster Gardens, St. Louis, Mo. united Harvey Dean Hanneman in marriage with Judith Elain Burmeis- lor. Officiating for the double ring nuptial ceremony was the maternal grandfather of the bride, (he Rev. A. Kuehnert, minister of the Ebcnezer Lutheran Church. White gladioli and chrysanthemums adorned the altar. Candles docked the aisle posts and filled the candelabra at the July 13 wedding. Lighting candles was Dean Burrneister, brother of the bride. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Burmeister, St. Louis, Mo. and the bridegroom's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. John Hanncman, 925 N. 10th. Organist Tom Schmidt of St. Louis accompanied the father of the bride as he sang "We'll Walk with God" and "Benedic tion" by Lutkins. "Holy, Holy, Holy" was played as a proces sional and the recessional was "Trumpet Voluntaire" by Pur cell. The bride, whoe hand was given in marriage by her fater, wore a formal wedding gown fashioned of all white peau-de- soic. Her scalloped neckline and bodice were chanced with re-embroidered A 1 e n c o n lace. Her long fitted sleeves ended in a point at the wrist and the V- neck in the back closed with dainty buttons to the waist, Bustle - back carriage pleats extended the skirt into an aisle •wide cathedral train. She carried a cascade arrangement of white philanopsig orchids. Her elbow length veil of silk illusion rippled from a tiara of miniature pearls. Janice Burmeister, sister of the bride was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Paulette Beckmann, Moro, 111.; Ruth Raedeke, Addison, 111.; and Mary Beth Tank, Chicago, 111. They were attired in identical pale blue nylon chiffon frocks over taffuta. They were designed with scooip necklines and slightly belled skirts. On their hands were blue wedding ring head-pieces with tufts of blue veiling at the back. Each carried a cascade of white fuji mums tipped with pale blue. Serving as best man was Jerrold Eickmann, Cleveland, Ohio. Groomsmen were Don Burmeis I or brother of the bride from St. Louis, Mo.; Stewart Reirn nitz, Layfayette, Ind., and James Herhel, Detroit, Mich. Jill Burmeister, sister of the bride was flower girl.-She wore a pale biile nylon chiffon over talfeta dress and blue velvet ribbon in hpr hair. She carried a ball of white mums with blue ribbon. Usher Dean Burmeister, brother of the bride, wore a white MR. AND MRS. HARVEY DEAN HANNEMAN Judith Elaine Burmeister dinner jacket-tuxedo which Mr. and Mrs. A. Kuehnert, Mr. matched the other attendants of and Mrs. Ralph Fuelling, Mr. the bridegroom. I and Mrs. Beckmann, Sharon and ertona. A corsage of white carnations'Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. B. Full- Western Kansas Cow-Belles met ri ay tne y will he a r their son . ither "North ' Hiah School ""chY-' yesterday afternoon at the home Bobby, play in a concert. Their go HI? and was graduated of Mrs. Archie Ladner, 703 Center, daughter, Paulasjie, and Bobby, ;„ '^i : " T „..,„..„;. .«„,„;_ Plans wore discussed for the who have been attending the six- edged in blue was worn by the mother of the bride as she received guests at the recption in her home. Mother of the bridegroom wore a corsage of pink cymbidium orchids. Centering the bride's table was an ornate four-tiered white wedding cake adorned with white roses and topped with a cross and two interlocking rings. Elaine and Jane Burmeister, cousins of the bride, served punch and coffee. Presiding at the guest book was Joan Kuehnert. The bride is a graduate of Luther cago this month .from Lutheran-Hospital School of Nursing. The bridegroom is a graduate of Garden City High School, attended St. John's College at Winfield and received his B.A. degree from Concordia Senior College at Ft. Wayne, Ind., and attended Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. He has just concluded a year of vicarage atSt. Andrew — Redeemer Lutheran Church, Detroit, Mich., and this year will return to Concordia Seminary to graduate in June 1964. Out of town guests attending the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. John Hanneman, Garden City; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schroecler and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tank and Jo Ann, hart and Pam; the Rev. and Mrs. A. Kuehnert and David, and the Misses Carolyn Butzon, Judy Werner, Karen Kressmann, Carolyn Nasheim, Joan Schwerman, and Mrs. Schwerman and Nancy Zarnt and Mrs. Zarat. Cow-Belles To Entertain Guests Saturday Spending Sunday in Mt. Hope with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, N. Grier will be Mr. and Mrs. Kent Grier, 612 N. 6th. Guests expected this weekend at the home of Mrs. Lena Horton, 221 Safford, and Ann Waddell, 705 N. 7th, is their father, J. J, Thomas of Carmi, 111., who will remain for a month's visit. Their brothers and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Thomas from Logan and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Thomas, Belvue, will stay a week. Arriving Monday from Pueblo, Colo., were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hupp and sons, Robbie and Randy. They will be houseguests several days of Mrs. Esther Holmes, 406 Center. They will also visit a great uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Alley, W. Hazel, and an aunt, Mrs. Valeta McFadden, 1307 N. 9th. Returning Saturday to Los Angeles, Calif., will be Mrs. Donovan Parks, Kevin and Todd who have been guests the past month of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson, 1002 Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Parks, 1104 Safford. Spending last weekend in Cheyenne, Wyo., where they formerly lived, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sullivan, Carol, Judy and Sally, 1212 Old Manor. Guests this week from Wichita are Greg, Dave. Mike and Jeff Datcr, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Silver Dater. They are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August Dater, 103 N. 10th and their aunt, Miss Esther Dater. Leaving Sunday to pre-enroll at Kansas State. University, Manhattan, will be Janice Fife, 101 W. Campbell, and Sherian Peters, 1224 Parkwood. Page 6 finr«Icn City Telegram Saturday, July 27. 1963 Driving Saturday to Lawrence •will be "Mr. and Mrs. Orville M. Patterson, 1013 Theron. On Sun Plans were discussed for the annual dinner for all visiting cattlemen's wives in connection with the Kansas Livestock Assn. stag dinner to be be Aug. 3 at Downings. Registration for women whose husbands belong to the Kansas week attending summer session at the Music and Art Camp on the K.U. campus, will return with them Monday. * Leaving Sunday for a week in their summer cabin at Green OPEN HOUSE 606 WHEATRIDGE 9 IN BRIAR HILL ADDITION FEATURING MULTI-LEVEL HOUSE Open 2 P.M. Until 5 P.M. SUNDAY, JULY 28th. LEE & WOOLMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 8»8 N. 7th. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mill s, Holcomb, returned last w a e k. Livestock Assn. are invited to j Mountain Falls, Colo., will be register Saturday in the Warren j Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McCarty, Hotel lobby and are invited to attend the annual Cow Belle dinner while (heir husbands are in session. • Mrs. Earl. Brookover invited i all Cow-Belles and visiting wives to an open house between 2:30 and 5 p.m. Aug. 3 at her home, 1117 Gillespie. Swimming and cards will be the diversion. Members attending the meeting at Ladners were Mrs. Jack C. Corn, Friend; Mrs. Reinholdt Deines, Mrs. Jack McVickers, Mrs. Stan Fanshcr, Mrs. O. C. Plieks, Mrs. Roy "Sonny" Jones and Mrs. Brookover. from two weeks at their summer home in Pentwater, Mich., and a week at St. Elmo, 111, Joining the Mills at their summer home were their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Wheeler and sons, Monty, Mark and Mike of Muskegan, Mich.; and Mrs, Mills' mother, Mrs. Rose Peacock of Pentwater. Returning yesterday from vacationing the past week in Colorado were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Cretty Jr., Ron and Doug, 912 N. 6th. High spots of the trip included sightseeing near Evergreen,. Central City and Denver, Guests Thursday night of Mrs. DeLon Hales, 608 Pershing, were Sandra Hinder-liter, from New Mexico and Betty Biiiettner of Nebraska, who were here with the Evangelines trio which sang at the Church of God. They are students at the Gulf Coast Bible College, Houston, Tex. Mislva Jeffreys of Washington state and Marlene Malcolm of Nebraska, were houseguests of Mrs. Virgil LCPZ, 301 E. Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Nelson, 1306 Pat's Drive, and their sons, Steve, Mark and Stewart, were in Kansas City to attend a lig league baseball game last week. They als^ visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coupe in Lincoln, Neb. Moving recently from Deerfield are Mr. and Mrs. Charles C1 a*5"r, Junior, Sandra, Larry and Sherri who have located at 1215 Ridgewood. Mr. Claar is employed with Co-op as a field retailer. Mrs. , Marie Wasinger, 1509 Walker, was in Dodge City the past three days attending a work- • shop for hot lunch programs in schools. She is the hot lunch supervisor at St. Mary's School. Seminarian Harvey Hanneman son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanneman, 925 .N. 10th, is taking over the duties of The Rev. H. Mayer at Trinity Lutheran while the Mayer family is vacationing in New Mexico. Harvey Hanneman has served as ^ vicar the' past year as an assistant to the minister in Detroit Michigan. H i s work was mostly in the Inter City Mission. RUDY VALENZUELA i-'kotoarapker 0 i BR 6-4947 512 Taylor Garden City, Kansas SPECIAL SATURDAY and SUNDAY ONLY Beef or Pork Burritos 5 for $ 1.00 Beef Tacos 5 For M..O Enchiladas 5 „ n.00 NOW DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME Delivery From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. On A $2.00 Minimum Order. EL CHARRO Operated by Tony Orneles and Calare Alcaraz Garden City, Kansas 207 N. 8th Pho. BR 6-9055

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