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January 16, 1964     Jewell County Record
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/ -Poison j,a,c.ket wi, th d, ark 41~:~sers and a fred tie. His boutGn~ieve was a ~va~gel~cal U~hted I~-e-i m)ni~ure red poinsetta. tel, nine rnges m)r~ off M.axt .of hG~r wa~s Miss Ywonne asa;, w~ the scene, of[ WAli,arns c,f Bo, Sierra Lecne, West m. cav~le_~igl~t marvin, go ] Africa. ~ Lorie J~ne Herr~ck of A~der- ! Lmc~,:n. Nebraska, w,a~ brides- Polson on ima;d. Beth are col}ege .friends of 23, 1963. The cou~lel~he bI~de. The? w~re red velvet their vows ~r~ front of Norwegima pine tree candela,bra on each side Ma.rv~n V. Her~ck of Nebraska, friend of both and grocma, perfGrvni~g ,parents are Mr. and C. Armlersen of Esbon. mad 1VLrs. Edwin Pol- Icy,.a, are paven~ wa~kdng down the father's ~vm. wcrre a wi~t,e rayon velv~ fas- with ~ l~enVne neckil~a,e- l~i~t sleeves, and mo'd.~d The bell ski~ swept inco ~zin. A seed oe,arl ~',e,ld .the ;brk:],e's sbot~l,der- ~eil. She carried a str~avn- of mini.zture red w, ith a hm-lky, ~htah be- ~o her gw-~t era~adrrmther. ~vhi, te Bible bo~ed bride's sisber Mm. Mel- T~he br.ide's i ew.e]ry. of her pea, H-d~am.nd ring worn on Eae a p~arl-diamond the .gift of the grocwn, avid earr~. wore a ~h~e d':n~cr 07~o Ae~ide.t Coverejm Protection . . . non- and guarant~d r~- to age 65 for men... for women and individual Hos- and Surgical Protection Medical Expense Plans ][)ON SASNETT 311 KANSAS THE PRUDE~ITIAL InsuranCe Compooy ol Arr,rkO a musing/life mswr~ Home Offl~ Houston, Texas ',dresses fashioned w=th , a Fl, otntine neol~t~e, ~ree-qua~ter )eng~ aleeves, and a bell skirt. {Thay carried white fur muffs and wore ma.~c{hi~g head pieces. A three-pearl per~dmat mad ~vhiee ~tent shDe~ completed thedr at- tire. ' Mr. Ke~m,e~h Andersen of H,ays, K~n~as, brother c'f ,the bride, was best ma~ and Mr. Me~.vin Shd~p- ]ey. E-~bon. I~a.n~as, br~her-in-la~v of the bride, w#as gro,.'~rL~ma.n. M,r. Cl~air A~ndersen, Arnold, Ka, nsa~, hroth~r of the bride, acted ,as u~..ber. They wore dark ba~i.ne~s ~--di%s width a Whi, te earnadio~a as their bou, t~nm'eres. ~V~i.~ Mary Henry, M-nk.~to K~n~.~, .s~n~ "Ws,ddi, ng I:~a~er," "Th.~.u Art My Own.." and "The Lord's l=~yer." M,r~. Vaden Davis, Sr. w,a:s ~e Pianist. ,~r. Jack Ruf)e,rt. T,i.~n~co,ln, K, an- ~.~.~ n~evv" c.f the b~id.e, and ~Ix. Jay AHen Ander's-~n, brother of the bride, were ean~dle lighters. Th~y. wore ~hi4e dinner jackets, r~d ~:i.es. a~:l dark w-~,~,er.s. M~.~,~ Y~-~vn Da':i~. we'ar.in,g a red veh~t jurn~r over a whi,~e l~g ~leeve blouse, drOlxped minia, Vare Dine oozes ~r~d p:ne needles from a v~h%~e muff. ,She al'so wore a mat,~hir~g hea*d D}eee. IVt-~,~er L~le Dgan Sh~ley. ~h~v o~ ~e b~d~, _w~ white line~ jacket, rect ~e, az~. dark t~ousem's, carried ~ w~hite vel- vet l~il~ow on v~ich a ~ed v~lvet ~oin~eta held the tw~ wedd~,g tM'M~ Colteen p~tpert,. Lincoln: I~an~s, niece of the bride, K.ep~ ~ae guest book. 'l~he tradition of "so~ethir~g o~. sorne~h~g harrowed, ~me~i,n~ bl~." w~s carried ,~ut. Fd~l~wi,~g ~he h~meymoon the cou~ple now resides ~rt p~rmey's T r.~}ler Court, Le ~V~.avs. Iowa. where ~ ~ is ~car~l~t~r~g ~'s Se~ior year ~t Westn~ar Col.l'ege. Bridgette Club Entertained {{he rn~]~m's of t~ Bridg~=t'te ~ 'her ~ Tm{~sc~a~ evemxirk~~. #en. 7 with a de_~sezt bride. Gue~ Future Belongsto Those Who Prepare for It" MAINTENANCE IS ESSENTIAL All things must be maintained at regular intervals; our clothes, our automobiles and our homes. Sometimes required mainten- ance is "let go", and substantial damage develops. This Association may be able to offer a home loan to you for such needed mainte- nance and repairs. Please come in for full information gladly given with no obligation. Conventional FHA, and GI loans are immediately available Y}IE .AILROAD gUILDING, LOAN r:D S kYlNGS AS CIA${ON Home Office -- Newton, Kansas Assets: $43,000,000.00 MEMBER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPoRATION MEMBER HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM CHAS. T. NEHO AGENT Insurance and Loans Mankato, Kansas were ,M:s: Ga.rald Kier and ~M.rs. Don Han~.l~on. The high sco~es 'w~re v~.n by Mrs. KAer and ~ff_rs. Glenn Kuik, en. The next meet2r~g i wi~ be January 21 with Mrs. iFred Zi:nmerma~n, hostess. Blattner-Mechsner Engagement ~-I Mr and ~rs. Ernes't B~a~tner, I E~bc,n. a~nounce the er~gagem.aLn, t '~of their daughter, Varer~a, to Mr. ~M~ax Mechsner, son cf Mr. and IMams. Wa,!ter Meebs,ner, M,anl~a~o. ML~s Bl;attner received a B~ch- ;elor of ~Seie.nee degree from I~an. sas S~te University, and is ores- ently ,teaehLrtg H,ovne Eeonom, ics ha i St. Petersburg, F0x)r~da. iMr. Meeh~ner, ahlo a graduarte of Kansas State Un~iwersity, is em- g,oyed w~th Heneul.es Powder Co. and li,x~es in 'Sunnsrv~e, Calif. T~l.e wedding wi,ll take plaice in June. Kensington Club Entertained Mrs. Clyde Sa~nsland en~-~rtaiaa- ed ~he me, r~bers of the Kertsin~gton Club ~at her h