Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 31, 1963 · Page 6
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Nancy Jane Dillon Says Vows with Marvin Farr in Episcopal Rites Wedding rinys and promises were exchanged the morning of Aug. 24 by Miss Nancy Jane Dillon and Marvin James Farr. The Rev. Henry Eden Wright read the double ring ceremony in St. Thomas Episcopal Church before an altar decorated with vases of yellow pom-pom mums. Two baskets of large bronze nwtms and yellow pom-poms with gol< ribbon graced the chancel. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. llamona Doyl.g, organist, and Miss Sandra Nccly, who sang, "O Lord Most Holy" and the "Lord's Prayer." Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dillon, 1506 N. 8th, and Mr. and Mrs. James Farr, Modoc. Honor attendants were Mrs. Joe Atkinson and Martin Nusser, both of Garden City. Brides matron was Mrs. James C. Davis, Harden City, and bridesmaid was Gloria Jean Knoll, Holcomb. Groomsmen were Curtis Saner and Larry Cutler, both of Scott City. Bride's attendants wore gold satin sheath dresses each with a bouffant ballerina length overskirt clorigned with a front panel of rosebuds. They wore white •gloves, dyed to match shoes and pillbox hats encircled with matching tulle. Each carried a colonial arrangement of a bronze mum surroiunded by bronze ponvpoms. Tapers were lighted preceding the ceremony by Bill Vaughn. Flower girl Kathy Cook of Modoc wort a gold crystaline dress and carried a colonial nosegay of bronze mums with gold lace. Ringbearei- was Curt Kerschu- er of Modoc. Richard Dillon, Pampa, Tex., brother of the bridegroom, seated the guests. Pews were marked gold satin hows. with large The b'ide was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a floor length gown of white silk organza fashioned over peau-d- soie. Her scoop neckline was highlighted with lace and seed pearls. A scallop of lace enhanced the front skirt panel. Her aisle-wide detachable train was attzched at the back waistline. •Her fingertip veil of double illusion ripple to elbow length from a pillbox adorned with seed pearls and crystals. She carried a bridal cascade of yellow roses Rudy Valenzuela MR. AND MRS. MARVIN JAMES FARR Nancy Jane Dillon and slephanotis. Her pearl and gold and topped with a minia- diamond necklace was a gift | ture bridal couple. Serving cake from her bridegroom. j was Mrs. Charles A. Vaughn. The reception was given in the \ Gold table service was used by Parish Hall after the ceremony. I Mrs. Arlyn Kerschuer, Modoc Mother of U e bride received guests while wearing a beige linen dress with matcliing hat and' shoes. The bridegroom's mother wore pastel green silk with white accessories. Each wore a yellow cymbidium orchid corsage. The bride's table was covered with white silk over white satin featuring a lace panel and a train matching the bridal gown. Centering the table was a four tiered cake trimmed with white and YOUR CULLIGAN WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE FAIR WINNERS. 1. EDITH LANDGRAF— Garden City 2 months free soft water service completely installed. 2. MR. JOHN PHEIFF— Holcomb Complete line of 7 Culltgan household products. We wish to thank everyone for stopping by our booth at the fair, and when you 'nave water problems—be sure and call us. CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING 406 St. John Garden City, Kansas BR 6-5121 and Mrs. Faye Slingerland. Punch was served from an ice punch bowl with yellow roses frozen in the sides. Presiding at the gift table was Mrs. Lyman Walck, Holcomb. A wedding memory candle graced this table covered with gold cloth and an overskirt with roses which matched the bridesmaids frocks. Mrs. Richard Dillon, Pampa, Tex., sister-in-law of the bride attended the guest book. Her table was covered with white satin with bo'ws and bells. After a short honeymoon the couple will be at home in Manhattan where the bridegroom will enter Kansas State College. For going-away the bride wore a beige and white arnel suit with harmonizing accessories and a corsage of b r o n a e feathered mums. Kalvesto News The Lillibridges Give Cook-out Lawn Supper Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lillibridge entertained last Tuesday evening with a cook-out supper on their lawn*Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Butcher, Michael 'and Michelle, Dodge City; Mr. and Mrs. Al Lillibridge and Bart, Miss Shirley Winter and Kenneth Lillibridge, Dodge City; John Forshee who is on furlough from Olathe and is visiting his father, Marion Forshee, at the Lillibridge home, and Mrs. Don Kelley, Robert, Dale and Donnie from Wichita who were guests Tuesday and Wednesday in the parental Alvin Lillibridge home. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Bur ker, Huntsville, Ark., are spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Morris Renstrom. Other 'gi|ests for Sunday dinner 'were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Renstrom and family and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Renstrom anc' family. Faerita and Michelle Fowler, Dodge City, spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Diehl, Barbara and Charles, Cottonwood Falls; were retuning from a vacation in Wyoming and Colorado" and stopped for a visit with her sister, Mr. John Briggs and Mr. Briggs. Wayne Wheeler and children and Mrs. Charlene Eubank, David and Linda were supper guests of the Edwin Boots, Thursday. Misses Shari and DeeAnn Baldwin spent several days in Ulysses with their uncle and family, the Erskine Sinclairs, who are moving into their new home in Ulysses. ft Mr. and Mrs. Bob Goodman, Garden City; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goo dman, Humansville, Mo., and Francis Goodman, Cimarron were Tuesday evening supper guests of the Marvin Holdens. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Erkie and family were Saturday 'evening supper guests of the Richard Evans. The Rev. and Mrs. McKellips, Karen and Bruce, Mountain Grove, Mo., were Tuesday and Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Woods, Sr. Other guests at a cook-out Tuesday night were the Rev. and Mrs. Slothower, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns, Dodge City; and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burns and family. Robart and Ga r y Tirnken are vacationing at a Baptist Church Camp in Glorita, N. M. They are both members of the Bap- ,tist Student Union choir. New Beauty Shop NOW OPEN Holcomb Bank Building School specials on permanents, also do back-combing. Phone BR 6-6317 Vera Fief Page 6 Garden City Telegram Saturday, August 31, 1963 Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ball are moving to Garden City on Tuesday. Their home will be at 1201 N. 8th. Recent overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Earl Powell were their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Powell who were returning from Colorado. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Dewey and Kim drove to Denver on Wednesday of last week to meet Lynn and Tim who were returning by plane from Spokane, Wash. Guests over the weekend at the Jack Ford home were Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Bell of Isabel who are Mrs. Ford's parents; her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Donn Bell and family, Raylown, Mo., and her sister, Mrs. Bill Cloud, Mr. Cloud and family, Charlestown, 111. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wehling of Isabel; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peacher, Redlancl, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas of Scappoose, Ore., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Boots and Diane. The Wehlings ar e parents of Mrs. Boots. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wehling and family of Kansas City are coming this week for several days. Mrs. Leo Ochs is a surgery patient at St. Catherine Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hastings spent the weekend in Kansas City while their children visted their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Hastings in Jetmore. —IT'S the fad way out — to build a charm bracelet. Both gold and silver bracelets, good ones, and fifty and more different charms. Inez-Accessories. —Sladv NEW! 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