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Weddings Baker-Kippes Barbara Helen Baker and Albert L. Kippcs jr., Kansas City, were married Saturday morning in the Cathedral of the Sacred . Heart. The bride is the daughter,of Mr. .aiid,Mn. Bruce Baker, 841 High Mrs. -Albert l>. KJppes jr. University. of/Kansas. ton high school and attended Fort Hay* State Teacher's College. She has been teaching elementary school in Mitch*!! county. The bridegroom served for years as an aerial gunner in the 1 . United States Air Force during World War II. A graduate of Randolph rural high school and Kan sat State College, h« is now employed as county agricultural agent of Lincoln county i The couple will be at home after Ma; 16 in Lincoln. Woodside- Drieling ' Mr. and Mrs Clemie Woodside Morland, announce the marriage of their daughter, Colleen Mane, to Rimer Drieling, son of Mr anc Mrs. Joseph Dreiling, Penokee. The Kev. John George Weber officiated at the April 20 ceremony Shirley Godfersot 1 , Salina, was maid of honor. Ben Drieling, Penokee, was best man Following the wedding guests were received at the home of the room's parents. The cake was >aked and decorated by Mrs Woodside and Mrs." Claude Keith, Smith-Green The Methodist church in Kens- ngton was the scene of the wedding of Phyllis Smith, daughter of . and Mrs. Fred Smith, Kens- ngtbn, and Kenneth Green, son of Mr. and Mrs A T Green, Englewood, -Colo. The Kev. McDonald officiated at he May 2 ceremony. Music was iy Mrs. Fred Gillinger, Phillips- )urg, and Mrs. Ivan Levin, cousin of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by : icr father, chose a floor length ;own of white lace over taffeta, styled with a sweetheart neckline. Gladys Mae Brogden CharleK Bojer Mrs. J4ck Brogden announce theldra, to Frederick Dean Rice, son engagement and approaching mar- 1 of Mr and Mrs. Ronald Rice, Abi riage of their daughter, Gladys hene Mae, to Earlyn Wayne Richards, son of Mr and Mrs. C W. Richards, Culver. The wedding will be June 5 in Lubbock, Tex. The bride-elect will be graduated TT , , , , , , (from high school in the..spring. Mr. Her fmgertip length ve,l of illusion Rlchards , graduate of Cujver The bridegroom, a graduate of wlth seed pearls 'ell from a lace cap embroidered Oklahoma A&M. College, is an assistant buyer at Macy's ment Store. Depart- Bohm-Byarlay Neb., and Carl Stutterheim, Mary Teresa Bohm, daughter of lipsburg. and Mrs. Robert Bohm sr. Dean Byarlay, son of land. The bridegroom's paients Mr and Mrs A , fred fi ^ RM . are Dr. und Mrs. Albert L Kippes,' Kansas City. Kans. Msgr. John A. Duskio officiated at family wedding. The bride chose a silver white Mr*s. Earl Scott, Phillipsburg.i was matron of. honor. Bridesmaids! were -Mrs. Reed Smith, HQ1 City,' and Mrs Hoyce Levin, Kensington , Ushers were Tom Jones, McCook I gagement of their da'ughter, Char- high school is stationed with the USAF at Webb AFB in Big Spiing,' Tex. SOLOMON —Mr. and Mrs Miss Puliver is a graduate of Atchison high school and is a jun lor at the University of Kansas where she is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority and Phi Lambda Theta, honorary education fraternity. Mr Rice is a graduate of Abi- lens high school and is a junior at the University of Kansas where he is a member of Sigma Chi social fraternity, Sachem, senior men's honorary fraternity, and Alpha Charles Bo>cr announce the en- Kappa pa> professiona , CMmerce Phil satin and chantilly lace gown fashioned with a long sleeved lace jacket. Tha full skirt, also accented with the lace extended .from ankle length in front into a short sweep train. Her veil of bridal illusion fell to chapel length from a half bonnet of imported illusion anil pearls. married Thursday morning at the Tipton Community hall, temporary Roman Catholic church. The Rev. Edgar Weigel officiated at the doubla ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage Guests were received in the church parlors following the ceremony. Assistants were Mrs. Clarence Smith, Delores Smith, Jearu'e Gibson, Cleo Hilbrink, Mrs. Dewey Anthony, Sylvia Gibson, Roy Garret, Patricia Smith, Mrs. Lorren Smith and Mrs. Paul.Smith. The bride is a graduate of Kens- i2S'on high school and has been her father, chose a floor length employed by Southwestern Bell gown of chantiily lace and ; nylon tulle over satin, fashioned with a fitted bodice and long .tapered sleeves. Her fingertip length veil of illus- k'' 0 " was lrimme d with chantilly prayer book' orchids and| lace and was helri in place with a 'tiny cap embossed with seed Telephone Company. The bridegroom is a graduate of Colorado University. pearls. Her jewelry was a rhine-irence Diggins announce the kn- was stone necklace, a gift of the bride- She carried a topped with white streamers. Suzanne Kinkoad. .Troy, maid ot honor. She wore a sown] ^. . , , , ' . .. , 'groom. She carried a bouquet of of opalescent marquisette ml , i j , , L • i j , •. , re d roses, shades of soft pink and white designed with a florentine neckline Lorcna Gronewoller, bridesmaid, and a porlrait collar. Her houqucd wore a tloor Ie "S lh Sown of blue was of pink carnations. i"- vlon net fashioned with a satinj '"-' ' " id bolero. Her bead Engagements Continued From Page 9 lene, to John Duck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duck. Both: are graduates of Solomon! high school. Miss Boyer is employed fay Roy N. Simmons of Abilene. Mr. Duck is employed by the Solomon'REA. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Smith Culver, announce the engagemen and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorladean Marie, to Melvin C. Carman, son of Mr. anc Mrs. John Koggie, Colby. Miss Smith, who attended Mary mount college and Brown-Mackie School of Business in Salina after fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dobbins, Lost Springs, Kas , announce the engagement, of their daughter, Tira M., to S-Sgt. Charles L. .Davis, son of/Carl Davis, Muskogee, Dorladean Smith Okla, and Mrs. Vesta Davis Pumpkin Center, Calif. Miss Davis, a student nurse a Asbury hospital, lives at 411 S 7th She will be graduated in June S Sgt Davis, is stationed at Smoky Hill Air Force Base. No definite date has been se for the wedding CUBA — Mr. and Mrs. Han* R. Davjflson announce "the engage ment- and, approaching marriage o their daughter, Virginia, to S-Sgt George J. Koesters, SHA.FB, Sgt Koesters is the son of Mr and Mrs George A Koesters, Ken more, N Y Miss Davidson is a graduate o Asbury Hospital School of Nursing and is employed at Asbury Hos pitaL The .couple will be married June Sunday, May 9, 1954 Page fashion focus is on your foot*.. KNICKERBOCKER • * done .beautiful hand made straw shoes ~in glorious technicolor! They're light as a feather . . , flexible as your softest glove . . . foam cushioned for heavenly comfort. Beige, Green, Yellow with gold thread or multicolor with gold. CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS—TRY THEM COLBY — Mr. and Mrs. Law- being graduated from Culver high gagement of their daughter, Janice, to Charles Alexa, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alexa, West Plains, Mo. Miss Diggins is a senior at Colby school. Mr. Alexa, a graduate school in 1949, taught at Shiloh grade school, Sylvan Grove, the past year. She will teach at Westfall grade school next year. Mr. Carman, graduate of the Colby schools, served three years in the Army. Ke is employed now ***.?*• She earned ' whltC , brides mother played the John Weigle, Augusta, Ga., was! best man. Bruce 11. Baker jr., bro-i Iher of the bride, was usher. Guests were received at thcj xvedding march and "accoinpaniedi S.ilma Country Club at noon. Ar- lh( , Tipton choir. Mrs. John Brurn- rangcmcnls nf pink and while: mcr u . as S0 j 0 j s t spring flowers decorated the ball- Augus t ^ Bol ', mj brot[ler of lhg room - bride, attended the bridegroom. Hostesses at the reception were Joe and Lawrence Bohm were Mrs. Jack Bell, Mrs. Dan Wieg- ushers. ner, Pat Gardcnhire, Nancy F. An-j other attendants were Agne derson, Joyce Laybourn and Mar-JRcinert, Elaine Palen Ruby alyn Eyler, Salina; Marilyn H«d-: tc l|ar and Geneva Hobbs. son, Kay Coolidge, Anne Mac, A wedding breakfast was givcn Laiighlm, Kathrino Scarrit, Kan-: tw lhc brida j par(v by Mrs , sas City; Barry Noel. Joplin, Mo.,JB 0 berg, cousin of the bride and Sara Blair, Atchison. j Gl|ests were received at , hc Tjp After a wedding trip to New Or-|lon Community Hall. Dinner was leans, (he couple will be at homcjsCTVcd by the St. Boniface Altar at 515 W. -Kith, Kansas Cily, Mo. Society. 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