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June 30, 1966     Jewell County Record
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Mrs. Claron Paxson enjoy- ~d a telephone call from her It was a birthday call. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Smith & theft" house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bessinger, called on Durwood Frost last Monday ever:ing. Mr. & Mrs. Cliff tl:'wkins visited ~i~ter, Mrs. Roy Steels. who him on Thursday evrming. lix, es in California last Sat. Mr, and Mrs Clenn Jones SOUKOp-LALUK Miss, Connie Soukop, daughter of Mr and Mrs~ Henry Soukop of Superior became the bride of Adolph Laluk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gal~riet Nejeschleb of Man- kate, Kansas, Sunday, June 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Har- mony Methodist Church in Mankato. Rev. Dean Rose performed the double ring ceremony before a setting of Stephanotis, white calla lil- ies and ivy and seven branch candelabra. Mrs. Jim Johnson of Sup- erior played the traditional wedding music and accom- dants wore dark suits and white boutonnieres. The bride's mother wore a beige lace dress with pink accessories. The bride- groom's mother wore a light beige dress and blue access- aries. Their corsages were pink carnations. Mrs. Robert Schiermeyer of Superior, sister of the bride, was in charge of the guest book Misses Karen Sibert, cousin of the bride of Superior, Nancy Stimbert, Beverly Dack, all friends of the bride of Hastings were at the gift table. Serving the bride and groom's table were Mrs. Everett Ladman, friend Imnied Mrs. Don Hasselman (,f the bride, of Lincoln and of Hastings, who sang "The iMrs. Richard Hoback, friend Lord's Prayer" and "1 Love You Truly", The bride given in marr- bY her father was attir- ed in a traditional white floor length gown of Chan- (lily lace fashioned with a 'acnlloped bateau neckline mad Iongtapered sleeves. The Bheath front skirt ca.~- caded into many tiers of ~ffles forming a chapel truth, The gown was Ligh- lighted with irridescent se- quins and seed pearls. Her bouffant veil was cau$,ht by a dOuble crown of lace l~i~tV.~utlined by pearls and ~$11~L The bridal bouquet was f/ ed,roses and ep}ta otis. Her jewelry was a strand of pearls and earrings, 'a gift of the bridegroom. The bride s attendants ware Carol Wall, maid of llonor, bridesmaids, Dorothy El~erich and Charlotte Whiting, all friends of the brtde of Hastings. They wore street length light aqua blue brocade dresses fash- t~ alike with matching head crowns of net, trimmed with seed pearls. They carr- led bouquets of pink carna- (iOtas and white streamers. M6qanie Or(man of Superior was,, flower girl. Her dress was fashioned like the at- tend~mts of the bride. At- (eliding the bridegroom were his brother. Tony La- , luk, es best man of Wichita, Sire Vaughn, brother-in-law '~' W.i~i~, and Don Hassel- " ete' Forrest Superior and StOne; _a h.Uy of Mank.to.' he bridegroom axed his atten- ' ,Trump It Club Wednesday Ralph Waugh enter- the members of the Bridge Club at her June 22. Curtis Folsom was a h score prizes by Mrs. Frank Mrs. George rants were by the host~s fol- bridge. head Club Supper members of The iDozen Club met for 's Day supper at p. Sunday, June 26 ffalo Roam Steak Vivian Ost was cards & were enjoyed at the Mr. and Mrs. Darus The men were Father's Day gifts. the last meeting When the club will me t With. Mr. and Mrs of the bride, of Hastingz. A reception was held in the church parlor following Hansen- Koester yellow nylon (w~,~ar.z:~ ov(,: the ceremony. The serving ~ [taffeLa with maichin~., head table was covered with a Miss Lynette Hansen, lpieces. They carried white lace tablecloth, centered daughter of Mr. and Mrs. [candles anct had wrist car- with the three tier wedding Enos Hansen of Ruskin, I sages of lilac carnatior,.q. cake. The beautiful wedding Nebraska, became the bride[ The flower girl, Laurie cake was baked by Miss Ella of Donald Koester, son of [ Koester, cousin of the Colson of Mankato. Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Herman Koesterlgroom, also wore a dress at Lloyd Soukop, aunt of the of Deshler, Nebr. at a can-lyellow nylon (wganza over bride, of Grand Island cut dlelight ceremony Sunday, I taffeta. She earried a bas}et and served the cake. Mrs. June 12, 7:00 P. M. at the lof rose petals. Mark Smith, Kenneth Sibcrt, aunt of the Bethany Lutheran Church at]ncphew of the bride, carried bride, poured the coffee. Ruskin. The double ring ce-]thc rings on a white satin Mrs. Don Uhrmacher, friend remony was performed bY land lace pillow with lilac & of the bride, of Hastings Rev. Edward Hiller. l yellow ribbon. poured the punch. Those as- Baskets of white gladiolii pennis Schmidt, friend of sisting at the reception were ~and ~#llow and white mumsllhc groom, was best m~n. MFgY' ITt~II""R~" "~ ~n'd ~'g,b sev~i~ branched Can-'[ Groomsmen were James Don Mahaffy of Mankato delabra decorated the] Brettman, Reuben Krenke, and Mrs. Dale Warner of chancel. The altar vases also l Burr Oak. Guests were serv- contained white gladioli andI also friends of the groom, and Jim Peters, cousin~ of ed by Sherry Beck, Sarah lilac and yellow mums. 'the groom. They wore white Jane Russell of Mankato and The pews were decorated dinner iackots with match,- Dalene Warner of Burr Oak. with yellow candles and ing tn;users. The gromfl s For her traveling, the white bows centered with boutonniere was a yellow bride wore a white lace two- lilac, rose while the groomsmen piece dress with pink access- Mrs. Harold Hansen, aunt wore lilac carnations. aries, of the bride, provided the The ushers were Gary After a short wedding trip wedding music and accom- Hansen. brolher of the to Colorado Springs and panied Mrs. Gary Hansen, bride, and tlarold Harms, Denver, the couple will be sister-in-law of the bride, as friends of the groom. They at home at Newport News, Virginia. Connie has been employed by the Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph Co. in Hastings. Adolph is in the army at Ft. Eustis, Virginia. Out of town guests at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. James Vaughn and children i i Glenn Grout, Sr. Kiltie Club Entertained Mrs. F. R. Fair entertained the members of the Kiltie Bridge Club at her home Thursday evening, June 23. Additional guests were Mrs. Roderick Weltmer, her mother, Mrs. John A. Schoonover of Dem/er, Mrs. James Decker and Mrs. Eldon Grout Refreshments were served by the hostess. This was the last meeting ~ntil fall when Mrs. Bud Hills will entertain the club. ALL-Church Hobby Show The all -church Hobby Show will be held Wednes- day, July 6th at 8:30 a. m. at the Harmony Methodist church in Mankato. Please bring your hobby for the enjoyment of others. Tables will be provided for your display. Visit and see a hobbyist or learn a new hobby - Enjoy a break- fast and program. she sang, "Th~ Wedding Prayer", "Bless This House", and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in mar- riage by her father, chose a gown fashioned with a chan- filly lace bodice featuring traditional, long bridal point sleeves and a sabrina neck- line. The bouffant redingote organza ~kirt was banded in arid styled over a front panel and a skirt of lace which extended to a full chapel length train in the back. The skirt and bodice were enriched with irridescents.~ A lace forehead pillbox topped with a pearl center- ed flower of organza and enriched with pearls held an elbow length veil of hand rolled silk illusion featuring a face veil. She carried a cascade of yellow roses centered by a large white orchid. Mrs. David Smith, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Carol and Lela Hansen. cousins of the bride, and Linda Poppe, friend of the bride. They were attired in matching lilac floor length gowns of dacron sheer over taffeta fashioned with a fit- ted bodice, scoop neckline and elbow sleeves com- plimented with a fitted mid- riff. The modified dome skirt swept to a full pleated back accented with a rose trim in front. Petals of il- lusion topped with a rose held short veils for the at- tendants. They wore match- ing lilac shoes, whitegloves, and a single strand of pearls. Each carried a colonial bouquet of lilac and white pore pores tied with yellow streamers. The candlelighters, Mar- ilyn Schiermeyer and Linda Fisher, cousins of the bride, wo~ id~'~.tleal det~ of wore yellow carnation boutonnieres. The hridc's molher wore an aqua dress wilh aqua and black accessor)cs. The bridgcgroom's nao~her wore a pink dres~ with white ac- c(:ssories, Both wore cor- sages of white cymbidium orchids. A reception was held in the Bethany Fellowship Hall following the: ceremony. Mr. anti Mrs. Arthur Sykes, aunt: and uncle of the if ride, were host and hostess. The serv~' ing table was covere(I with a white lace cloth ()ver lilac centered with a five tiered wedding cake. It was- flank- ed by white candl,.'s with Ilia(bows. The cake was baked and decorated by the groom's mother and CUl and served by Mrs. Gary Lipker and Mrs. Don Dunn, cousir.; of the bride. Mrs. Harvey Schiermeyer and Mrs. ReX Sykes, aunts of the bride, poured the coffee and punch. The bride's table was centered by a floral decora- tion of white, yellow and lilac pore pores and flanked by lilac candle.~. Those who served were: Loma Sykes, San,.lra Hcnsen, Diane Mclntosh, Pat Rogge, Janet Kniep, Napcy Jeppo- sen, and Pat Har': en. Miss Diannem ,,Koester, sis- ter of the groom, was in charge of the guest book. In charge of the gifts were Dianne Schultz. Vicki An- dersen, and Kathy Peters. For her going away outfit. the bride chose a two piece dress of pink and white ac- cessories. She used a large white orchid, taken from her bouquet, as her corsage. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple are making their home in Man- kate, Kansas. The leaders are Mrs. J. C. LeBow, Mrs. Raymond O'Hara, Mrs. Keith Halstead. The hostesses are the LUcy and Helen circles. drove to Fort Riley Friday to attend an officers briefing & review. Mr, and Mrs. Jake Umpenhour and family of Baldwin Park, Calif. have spent the last 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison township near Burr Oak, Kansas. He de- parted this life on Sunday, June 19, 1966 ~n Webster Co. Hospital at the age of 62 years, 11 rfionlhs and 1:6 da#e had made his peace office. Perout e'x, their daughter, Cheryl,. who was miured in the v~'eck west of Esbon last rnt ruth, is home from the hospi t,']l and making fine im- prow:,~nent In fact, all of the youn~ peor~le who were in- According to Mrs. he is receiwng in naval history zation, customs sies ,ranance and seamanshi first at0. , rival, shipb,,ard sentry duty,. lake Cal.lawey. They plan with God ab,)ut ll'years ago jured! in the ~,Teck. are mak- Military drin~ [o leave for their home but ill heat~h prewmted him ing qmprov