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July 30, 1970     Jewell County Record
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REGULAR OR EXTRA HOLD LARGE 12-oz. , , $ t# LIST VALUE Bestyet Price BOTH ONLY! Mfz. List $1.78 REGULAR $2.,25 VAI,UE 4-oz. Size ONLY ! 8-oz. REGULAR OR WITH BODY 99c VALUE ! FAMILY SIZE LOTION - JAR - Each VAI, UES TO $1.95 7-oz. Size Reg. - Oily - Dry $1.08 Value! ON LY ! # foam-on style kit the home permanent with the BESTYET VALUE! $148 SAVE COLGATE ADULT Regular 69c Value Each Why Pay couDon BESTYET FOOD STORES OFFER EXPIRES 8 - 4 - 70 Without Coupon 63c uarr, exmpou m ~ PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU AUGUST 4 [ TYET '*i STORES SOCIETY and CLUBS The Rev. Stann Lyman, pas- tor of the Mennonite B,ethren Ohu.nch of Cimarron e,~&ci.ated at the do~ble ring ceremony of Elaine Joy Seaman,s, for,merly of Cin~arr~n, and James Rober!t ITajek o,f Hennessey, OMahoma. The vows were reel,ted ~ 4:00 p.m., Sa~urday, Ju~5' H, in the Fivs~ C~ris~i.an Church in Man. kate. The parents of the eou,ple are Mr. and Mrs. R0nald A. Sea- "man,s of Mankato .and ~Mr. and Mrs. James If. Hajek of Hen- nessey. The organist Marfl~yn Re~n- pe~ of Meade, Kansas, alcco~m- panied Judith R'obin,son eif Do,v- or, @lahoma. w~ho sang "l Pledge Thee My Lo,ve", "The Weddin~g Prayer", and "Wihi!ther The,u Goes't." Two baskets o~f yel,low and ~i,te totems and seven branch candelabras ado,rned .the M!tar w~bh w,l~te sa,~in k~eel~in,g pil- lows. A white cand.]e on a p.ed- esta,t was lighted bv the c0u#e dur~zN the ceremony. This sym- bolizes the joining o,f two lives to ~ovm one. The bride, given in mar~a:ge by her Cather, wore a floor- aen.gth empire gc~wn o'f beaded ~a~e and white organza. The gown was accented by a high neck/line and short puCfed ~eevers. Ma,t:chin,g s:cal{lcped lace trimmed the cathedral, le~h illusion vei~ ~vhiich was g~thered to a queen's croton. She wore a garnet tin,g, a keop- sa~e ,frocn her grand'mother, and a gal.d neck,hoe, a ~E,t from the groom. ~er bouq.uet wa,s made t~p of yllow m.um~s and cavead, in, g white pora~ons. The maid o'~ h'onor, Arleta Seamans of Hu~chinso.n, sister of the ,bride, wore a rio,0r-length A4ine gown of ye~.o,w catton voi~le trimmed with whi'te lace on ,the sho~t p,ulEed s~.ceves and in t~vo ro~a dawn the fron,t and back. A civde't (~f matching lace ~ormed the headptiece. Her en- semble was eom~ted with machiz'~g Fellow shoes.. She oar. tied a tang stemmed yd.l~v mlm'L TapeHighters and ,ushers :were Jack Ke~l,y of Hennesse~,, AR~rt Hajek #f Enid, and Jim Li~chten- berg of VCa,u~omis. Tan'roW Spatz, niece of the bride, wa~ $c~er girl and ~as dressed the same as the maid ~f honor. She carried a whiIe basket af yellow po~pon,s. The Nr~g bearer ~vas Bryan Sea- m~ans, nepkew of the bride. He wore a white jacke:L and carried a lace covered satin pie,low. The groom and his bes,t man, It~bin,son of Do,vet, 0kla- homa, were white dinner ja