The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri on December 28, 1952 · 46
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The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri · 46

Kansas City, Missouri
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Sunday, December 28, 1952
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14 0 THE KANSAS CITY STAR SUNDAY DECEMBER 28 1952 YULETIDE SEASON ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE MADE TODAY V ff msmiiumJti hn i mi -1L Jim"' Miss Mary Alice Ward whose engagement to Mr Douglas Lawrence of Merriam Kas Is announced today by her parents Mr and Mrs Harold Ward of Leavenworth Kas— (Harron-Johnson photograph) Weddings (Continued From Preceding Page) seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of tiny white roses with ivy Miss Elizabeth Madden the honor attendant wore a ballerina length gown of holly-preen poi de soie and she carried a bouquet of garnet roses Susan TO LIVE IN LYNWOOD CALIF Miss Joan Evans daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Evans will be bride of Mr George Gibbs Anderman of Evanston Wyo in the spring —(Strauss-Peyton photograph) i Ellis sister of the bride was flower girl She wore a gown of wrhite oreandy and carried a bouquet of white roses Mr Thomas Johnston was best man for Mr Howell Mrs Ellis chose for her daugh ter's wedding a light blue cos tume suit and she wore green cymbidium orchids The bride groom's mother wore a pale blue suit and she wore a corsage of champagne orchids A small re ception was held immediately following the ceremony The bride's table covered with a white Italian cut-work cloth was centered with a tiered wedding cake which was banded with fes toons of white roses mistletoe and ivy For traveling the bride wore a heather-colored tweed suit with matching stole and brown accessories and she wore a cor sage of violets After January tenth Mr and Mrs- Howell will be at home in Chicago 111 Miss Doris Mari Hentzen whose parents Mr and Mrs R G Hetzen are announcing her engagement to Mr Richard Wayne Edmonds today —(Dan Faron photograph) 'of dusty rose taffeta and her corsage was of pink camellias Mr Robert Holland acted as best man forvMr ' Van Beber Miss Robin Davis lighted the tapers I he bride s mother wore a dark silk shantung gown and her corsage was of red roses The bridegroom's mother wore a dark crepe gown and a cor sage of pink roses A reception was held immediately following the ceremony Mr and Mrs Van Beber will make their home in Lynwood Calif Dunmire Khiidy Vows Miss Lora Jane Dunmire of Kansas Citv and Mr Darrell Mrs Frank D Van Beber who before her marriage December 13 was Miss Jo Ann Huff The ceremony took place at the home of her mother Mrs Wilma Huff Mr Van Beber is a son of Mr and Mrs Frank Van Beber The couple will be at home in Lynwood Calif — (Sudvarg photngraph) Jo Ann Huff a Bride Miss Jo Ann Huff daughter of Mrs Wilma Huff and Mr Frank D Van Beber son of Mr and Mrs Frank Van Beber were married at the home of the bride's mother at 8 o'clock Saturday December 13 The Rev Novus Reed read the service before the mantle which was decorated with white chrysanthemums pink carnations and burning tapers in the presence of the Immediate families and close friends Miss Shirley Crawford acocmpanied Mrs Duane Albert who sang "God Gave Me You" "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer" The bride who was given in marriage by her brother Mr Jerry Huff wore an eggshell brocade costume suit with navy accessories and she carried a white Bible topped with orchids Mrs Robert Holland was matron of honor She wore a gown A FORMER KANSAS CITY GIRL ENGAGED Miss Dorothy Elaine Simms daughter of Mr and Mrs William Coy Simms of Santa Fe N M formerly of Kansas City whose engagement to Ensign Ronald Maurice Hardt son of Mr and Mrs Alexander Hardt jr of Lincoln Neb has been announced The marriage will take place In June Miss Marlene Bierbrodt is a daughter of Mr and Mrs L M Bierbrodt of Tulsa Ok Her engagement is announced today to Mr George L Eib of Kansas City— (Leo Stern photograph) Miss Manben Specht daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald W Specht of St Louis will be bride of Mr Edwin Moore Glasscock in the spring — (Wallace Williams studio) Lee Rhudy Raleigh N C exchanged their marriage vows last Sunday afternoon December 21 at the Methodist church at Spring Hill Kas The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Allen Dunmire of Spring Hill and Mr Rhudy's parents are Mr and Mrs Therman Charles Rhudy Girard Kas The Rev Robert Alexander performed the double ring eere-mony by candlelight before an altar banked with ferns evergreen and red poinsettias As the guests assembled Mrs Robert Stiles played a group of piano numbers and then accompanied Miss Christine Wiley Kiowa Kas who sang "I Love Thee" and "The Lord's Prayer" The bride chose a ballerina-length frock of white Chantilly lace and net over bridal satin The fitted bodice buttoned down the back and the long sleeves tapered to points over the hands The yoke of illusion and the bouffant net skirt both were accented with appliqued lace medallions Her elbow-length veil of illusion cascaded from a cloche of smocked illusion ornamented with seed pearls and her bouquet was of white roses She carried a lace handkerchief which was carried by her mother at her wedding Miss Jane Stanley was the maid of honor and Miss Joyce Horalek Centralia Kas was bridesmaid Both wore identical gowns of emerald green net over matching taffeta fashioned with bouffant ballerina-length skirts and strapless bodices outlined with ruching With them they wore matching net stoles and mitts and carried bouquets of white pompon chrysanthemums Mr Paul Arrowood Joplin Mo attended the bridegroom as best man and the ushers were Mr Joe Dunmire Mr Gary Welch Hutchinson Kas and Mr Ronald Roth and Mr Fred Dunmire both of Lawrence Kas Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the" bride's parents Assisting at the reception were: Mrs Joe Dunmire Miss Judy Buckley Miss Carol Krehbiel Miss Jeanne Shafer Miss Namcy Pteyling Miss Joyce Friesen Tulsa Ok Miss Lorene Lodge Spring Hill Mrs Ted Crawford Paola- Mrs Jess B Lindemood Olathe and Mrs Perry Welch Hutchinson Kas The bride's mother wore a ENGAGED Miss Mary Louise JBigler daughter of Mr and Mrs Seth Bigler of Lee's Summit Mo whose engagement to Mr Sidney G Brooks has been announced — (Pelikan photograph) Miss Carla Catherine Wood is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred O Wood She will be bride of Mr Charles Halliday Walter of Sedalia Mo February 21— (Hixon photograph i Miss Suzanne Francis Allen daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur B Allen of Overland Park Kas whose engagement to Officer Candidate Charles A Hankins is announced today— (Victor Berline photo- suit of mystic blue taffeta with graph) matching hat Mrs Rhudy's ' dress was of rose crepe worn Miss Shirley McGuire sister of with a White hat Both had Cor- the bridpronm Mrs Claude T sages of white gardenias : Wilson ir and Mrs Terrv Following a wedding 1riplPolih -ix " through the South Mr and Mrs " " " Rhudy will make their home at uw! '"" 633 C Daniels street Raleigh N C Miss Lorraine Grace MoCur ry who will be bride of Mr William F Rudolph on January 10 Miss McCurry is a daughter of Mr and Mrs H W McCurry— (Harry Earth photograph i Jane Owen Is Bride of J L McGuire Miss Jane Owen daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy L Owen and Mr James L McGuire son of the Rev and Mrs W C McGuire were married at 8 o'clock last night in the Washington Avenue Methodist church in Kansas City Kansas The double ring ceremony was solemnized by the bridegroom's father- Evergreens and holly berries formed a chancel background for a fan-shaped arrangement of white poinsettias Mr Herman P Gunrlerman was the organist and accompanied Mrs Harry Butler who sang "Because" "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer" The bride was given in marriage by her father Her gown was of white Chantilly lace overl net ana satm made with a fitted bodice long sleeves and low-round neckline bordered with seed pearls and sequins The skirt was gathered with great fullness and worn over hoops and lengthened into a long train A Juliet cap of matching lace with seed pearls and sequins held her illusion veil She carried stephanotis on a while Bible with shower of white ribbons Mrs John C Gage was matron of honor and wore an American Beauty red gown in off-the-shoulder effect in the bodice of velveteen The skirt was in bouffant style of many layers of red net She carried a cascade bouquet of white poinsettias and varigated hollv oy Mrs Gage and they carried the same bouquets Mr Ben McGuire was best man lor his brother Mr William Baker was the groomsman The ushers were Mr David McGuire Mr Sheldon McGuire Mr D Dick Chapman and Mr Donald Foster A reception was held at the church where the bride's parents received the quests in Fel- KNGAGEMKXT A N N O U N C K D -A Miss Jane Gregg Lucas granddaughter of The Rev and Mrs J R Gregg of Boon-ville Mo whose engagement to Mr James Arthur Dorothy son of Mr and Mrs A T Dorothy of Ottumwa la has been announced — (Juiies photograph) lowship hall They were as sisted by Mrs Ray Evans Mrs Earl Cain Mrs Don R Miller Mrs Robert Castor Mrs William Bridgens and Miss Barbara Roberts Following a honeymoon in Colorado the- coup! will live in Flagler Colo Dorothy Ike Married in Iceland Miss Dorothy M Lake daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur W Lake became the bride of Mr James A Smith December 20 The ceremony took place at the Base chapel in Keflavik Ireland by an Icelandic minister with members of the American embassy present to witness the ceremony and file same in Washington The bride is a graduate rf Westport high srhoo) and Missouri Valley college at Marshall Mo She is an Alpha Xi Delta alumni She left Kansas City in August to take a position with the corps of engineers U S civilian army In Iceland for ona vear The bridegroom is the son of Mrs Mary J Smith of Jamestown N Y He is a career navy man quartermaster first class now serving with the Iceland Defense force doing map and survey work He has served in a number of Asiatic theaters of war Leyte Iwojima Okinowa and others Mr and Mrs Smith will remain in Iceland until next fall when they will return to the States Fitzsimons-Molgaard Miss Catherine Jane Fitzsim-ons daughter of Mrs G Kinzie Fitzsimons and Mr Allan Frar-cis Molgaard son of Mr and Mrs Adolph P Molgaard of Wauwatosa Wis were married at 9 o'clock Saturday November 29 at the St Francis Xavier church The Rev John B Ger?t read the service before an altar decorated with arrangements of iCnntnvrr1 mi Poor 16C Once-a-year savings on nationally famous MIEMOD F®TDKriD)ATnaDNS Save now on this famous brand - - featured in K C's largest selection of foundations - - at Jones! 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