Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 31, 1963 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, August 31, 1963
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Pilgrim Holiness Ceremony Unites Syracuse Bride with Kendall Man Pilgrim Holiness Church at Syracuse was the scone Aug. 25 of the marriage uniting Marcia Baker and Richard M. Fox Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Baker, Syracuse, arc the parents of the 1 "bride. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. Myrl Fox, Kendall. Pnk gladioli filled two alar baskets, white bows adorned the pews and three candeabra were used. Performing the nuptial service before the flowerdccted altar was the Rev. Robert H. Heckert. Organist Mrs. Paul Evins, Syracuse, played the nuptial marches and accompanied Bonnie Gale, Syracuse, as she sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "One Hand, One Heart." Mr. Baker gave his daughter's hand in marriage. The bride chose for her wedding a regal gown of white satin brocade. A bustle-effect back was enhanced with a large self-fabric rose at the waistline and the unpressed pleats extended into a chapel train. Pearls enhanced the cum- merband midriff and tiny buttons closed the long pointed sleeves. A large organza rose fashioned the bridal headdress which held the bouffant veil of silk illusion which fell to waist length. She carried « bridal bouquet of pink carnatons sprinkled with pink sweetheart roses. Mary McMitt was maid of honor and Janet Criuin was bridesmaid. Both are from Syracuse. They were attired in identical dresses of pink crystaUette fashioned with floor-length belled skirts. Enhancing the skirt back was. a bow centered with a rose fashioned of embroidered crysta- Uette. Each carried a colonial bouquet of Boston pink carnations encircling a white carnation. TaPer lighters were Lynn Finkenbinder and Elaine Baldwin who wore pink ballerina length frocks created of crystallettc highighted with a back bow and rose. Each wore a wrist corsage of pink sweetheart roses. Flower girl, Margaret Gumming, Syracuse, wore a floor length gown of crystallette, a ruffled lace hat and pink roses. Attendants for the bridegroom were Duanc Snook of Johnson who served as best Photo by Cm-tin Studio MRS. RICHARD M. FOX JR. Marcia Baker man, Arnold Lenhinglon of Kendall, groomsman; and ushers, Tom Eglcrt, Gary Amerine. and James T. Reilley, all of Syracuse. The reception was given in Methodist Felowship Hall. A tlirce-tired ornate wedding cake graced the bride's table. It was centered with pink bells. Pouring punch and coffee were Sue Nickerson and Mrs. i Ralph Cummings. Serving cake! was Mrs. Louise French. Attend-! ing thn gift table were Joyce ! Schmidt and Carol Stanley. Oth- MARS IS THE LAR6EST PLANET- HE'S TOO BIS FOR HIS BRITCHES John's Furniture Isn't the biggest, but we think you'll like the king size friendly service. ANSWER—False—Jupiter. John'* FURNITURE pL^i,_ . I tVe BUY' We SELL • We TRADE ( or assistants were Carol Gregory, Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Winfield Slaven and Mrs, Marion Acschliman. The bride is a graduate of Syracuse High School and is an' employe of the Valley State! Bank. Her husband attended; Kendall High School and served • in the armed forces. After a wedding trip to the Rocky Mountains and Denver, they will be at home in Syracuse where he is employed with the Hamilton County Agricultural Stabilization Conservation Service. Page 7 i'ii.r Saturday, August 31, 1963 Miss LiMian Sh e ehy has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Sheehy, 905 N. 6th, the past two weeks. She plans to leav c the middle of September to attend Geroge Washington University. On Sunday she and her parents will visit Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hedges and family at Coloy. Going to Salina for the three- day Labor Day holiday are Mr. and Mrs. Vern Holmes, Gary and Virginia, 2008 "A". They will be guests of Mr; and Mrs. Ken Carson and family. Mr.' Carson was a former Sears managei here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vincent and five children of Humtboldt surprised his sister Mrs. Vcrn Holmes, Mr. Holmes and family on Monday at their home on 2003 'A". They also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vincent, 2308 N. 7th. The Richard Vincents were enroute home from a Colorado vacation and the Vcrn Holmes had spent the weekend in Hutchinson visiting the Kenneth Sizemore family. Coming Wednesday to spend her Thursday birthday with her mother, Mrs. Inez Dunn, 1106 E. Hackbcrry. was Mrs. Cfyde E. (Carol) Tucker of Denver. Her birthday dinner was celebrated with Mr. and Mrs Ira Travis, 704 N. Gth. Miss Martha Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Erickson. 126 W. Kansas, recently received her wings as a new stewardess for Frontier Airlines at Denver, Colo. Miss Erickson is a graduate of Garden City High School and attended Kansas State University, Manhattan. She received her training at Frontier's own stewardess school. Mrs. Freda Mary Annen, S. Pasadena, Calif., flew to Denver nnd accompanied Mrs. Clvde E. Tucker to Garden City Wednesday. She came to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Jones, 808 N. Gth, who is in St. Catherine Hospital. Mrs. Annen works with the California State Highway Dept. and is senior delineator in the drafting section. Give ready-prepared butterscotch sauce (it comes in small jars) that home touch: add finely diced candied ginger. This is for the oldsters; small fry will prefer the sause without the ginger. Calendar of Social Events SATURDAY JUNIOR COLLKGK — 7:.'!0 -10 TO P.m Civic Center. SUNDAY DKMOLAY — 2 p.m. Mnsonic Temple. Instalation of officers. Public in- vitod. MONDAY ELK LADIKS UUIDCJE — 2 p.m. Kik Hall. Hostesaos Mrs. Harold Kloystctiber. Mrs. Lnwruncc Stradt- lojolm. WESLBYAN SERVICE GUILD — 6 p.m. picnic at C.D. Walker home. 914 N. 2nd. Bring 1 tablo service ami a ealacl or vegetable ca.=«erolc. Hostess. Miss Ruth Walker. ROYAL ARCH MASONS — 7:.'<0 p.m. Masonic Temple. TUK8UAT EAGLES AUXILIARY — 8 p.m. Aerie Iiome. OLD TIATERS CLUB — 1-1 p.m. Civic Center. JUNIOR COLLEGE — 9-10:. r !0 p.m. Gel-nwiuaintcd dance. Civic Center. HAPPY IIOMEMAKERS IIDU — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Louis Lefort, Rt 1. EASTERN STAR — 7 p.m. Mnsmiln Temple. Covered diyh supper. Pa^t. matrons ;mrl patrons night. 8 p.m. meeting. PilJPHRADES STUDY CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Jlrs. K.E. Webb. 207 N. 1st I SOROPTTMIST CLUB — 7 p.m. ! Mrs. Clyde Gallion. lOOli N. filh. j TRINITY LUTHERAN Women's | Miwionary Le.'iprue — 8 p.m. Trinily Hall. KverJrif; Circle. n u 'a me CAROL ANNETTE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Tye, Rt. I, was born Aug. 23. Day before pay-day suppe-r: homemade fish chowder with pilot crackers, a big vegetable salad and cookies or watermelon. RUDY VALENZUELA f.n oloa raph er BR 6-4947 512 Taylor Garden City, Kansas Week on South Main fay Jim Sloan Attribute thus one to Rob Greer: "A Trunk-fill of Memories by L. E. Fant." I read Henry Hall's latest memo twice. The first time to see what he said and the .second to figure out if I read it right the first ime. Come on, Henry, you can spell better than that! Memo to Dean Wiley: "When yon.'re play- infj "Klo/v-pitcli {/o SLOW, man, SLOW! Note to the. editor: I found out what to the rain-maker; but you won't print it! School beninnhifj and football reason juttt around the corner. Be fttn'e yon have Lennox Comfort to return to after thoxc (/amen in the eold night, air. September, coming up tomorrow, is National Measure Your Mattress Month. It didn't say why though, and I'm sure. I don't know. Seems to me if you been sleeping on it, you'd know whether it wa.t long, short or just right. Beware of black cat A and don't walk under ladders. . .Fridey, the 18th. coming up next weelc.'To be on the completely safe and comfortable side, stay home under S< S ' 4 :> ", if J f- : ' £ : ' :! : ' :• :

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