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Columbus Daily Telegram, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Columbus, NebraskaCarol Starostka saturday Bride vows spoken at St. Bonaventure married in a . Wed Ding saturday at St. Bonaventure Catholic Church were miss Carol Esther Starostka Lincoln and Ensign Wayne a. Seim us Baltimore my. Or. And mrs. Walter f. Star Osaka Are the Bride s parents and the Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Frederick w. Seim 111, balt Lafiore. The Rev. Rogert Niemeyer officiated and the vocalist Law rence Torczon was accompanied by Louis Rambour organist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of Peau de sole Satin having a folded bodice and Long sleeves tapering to a v. A wide band of re embroidered Klencon lace framed the Oval neckline while motifs of the lace encircled the the front of the dome shaped skirt and on the Bustle draped Back above the Chapel train. A Queen s Crown of pearls held her Elbow length veil of English illusion. She carried an Empire Cascade of White Tiara roses. Miss Peggy Starostka w As maid of Honor for her sister and miss Marlise. Heimann was bridesmaid. They wore alike frocks fashioned of Irish Linen. A Bateau neckline and Cap sleeves con toured the Empire bodice in Dublin Green. Circling the bodice was a Bias cuff in Emerald streamers of which fell deep m i he floor length Sheath skirt in Kelly. Matching Pillbox Hals of Kelly held circular veils. They car ried cascades of yellow mum petals entered with a Large Yel Low mum. Thomas o Neill Sargent was Best Man while the Bride s Bro ther Theodore r. Starostka Greeley colo., was groomsman. Robert Koziol Kearney and Joseph Keuter were Ushers. A reception for 150 guests Fol Lowed at memorial Hall with or. And mrs. James Jarecki Oma mrs. Wayne Seim merry photo Haas hosts. Miss Jan Martin Norfolk registered the guests. The Bride s godmother mrs. _ Donald Pierce North Bend and mrs. Ralph Furby Platte Center Cut the wedding cake which was encircled by yellow pompous and flanked by. Empire Green candles. Mrs. Terry Bartlelt Lin Coln and mrs. . Timmer mans Omaha poured. Mrs. Ronald Kudron and miss Mari Lyn Kuta assisted with t h c gifts. Following a trip to new eng land Baltimore and Washington d.c., the couple will be at Home in Pensacola Fla. After june 30. Ensign Seim who was graduated saturday from the University of Nebraska will begin Navy flight training August 15. The Bride a graduate of St. Bonaventure High school was employed by Woodmen Accident life insurance com Pany Lincoln. Elaine Danskin Edward Jenkins wed in Norfolk first methodist Church nor Folk was i he scene of the Sun Day afternoon wedding of miss Elaine Danskin and Edward n. Jenkins both of Lin Coln. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. G. M. Danskin nor Folk and or. And mrs. E. N. Jenkins Columbus. The Rev. Kenneth Hicks officiated at the 4 o clock nuptials assisted by the Bride s brother Warren Danskin. Music was by mrs. M. F. Mcclelland organist and Tom ing Ham vocalist. Entering the Church with her father the Bride appeared in a gown of Peau de sole that Fea tured a bustling Peacock Back sweeping into a Chapel train. Appliques of Klencon lace and seed pearls enhanced the Empire bodice its Elbow length sleeves accented by a Bow. A White lace Cloche held the Bride s bouffant shoulder veil and she carried a bouquet of White roses entered with peach coloured orchids. Kor her attendants she chose alike frocks of silk Chiffon Over Janet Lee Davis John Stopak married saturday in Silver Creek the da1lytelegramonday june 14, w5 Columbus neb Pace 5 luncheon Shower for mrs. Phil Hockenberger was hostess at her Home saturday for a t o clock Buffet luncheon and kit Lien Shower honouring miss Donna Behlen Bride to be of Kenneth Kalkowski. Assisting the hostess was her granddaughter miss Babette Ferguson. An arrangement of Blue Delphinium and White daisies enhanced the serving table. Miss Rosemary Easterly Sut Lon was an out of town guest. Of father son event at St. Botev Enhart the annual father son break fast was held sunday at St. Bonavenlure social Hall follow ing the mass. Father Elgar a special guest led the prayers and accordion selections were offered by Frank Mielak jr., and Kenneth Henggeler. Mrs. Richard Meysenburg Toast mistress introduced a three generation group Albert Melliger his son Warren and grandson Craig. Warren gave Hie Toast to fathers and Craig played a piano selection. Other three generation groups present were the Zabaras and forgers. Special prizes were awarded to Kenneth o Kane youngest father present with son Tony Zabawa sr., oldest father Wil Liam Thiele father of the most sons. Girl scouts served the break fast which was prepared by so. Anne s society and m a r i a n Guild. Hott Pine me club or. And mrs. Joe Mckown entertained their pinochle club in their Home sunday evening. Or. Mckown had the men s High score while mrs. Neal drum won the ladies prize. Lunch was served at Small tables and roses were used As decorations. The group will have a family Outing at Lake Ericson june 26 27. C. A. Pittman As co hostess to 19 members. Mrs. De Schmidt led a Dis Cussion of the judge s comments at the recent Flower show. An invitation has been extended to the Leaf and Petal club to have a social june 24 at a. M. At the Home of mrs. Wil Liam p. Venable. This will Lake the place of the regular meet ing. Kretha Smagacz reunion sunday the Kresha and Smagacz families held a family re Union sunday Al Pawnee Park ignoring Sisler m. Dolores of St. Anthony s boys Home Albuquerque n. M. Those attending were father Francis Price mrs. John Smagacz or. And mrs. Rich Ard Nyffeler or. And mrs. Leo Kresha Osceola or. And mrs. Charles Kresha and family Humphrey Jim Sprunk plate Cen Ter or. And mrs. Bernard Hil Ger Bob and Dan or. And mrs. Larry Kresha and sons David City or. And mrs. Max Gabel and family or. And mrs. Ronald Smith and family Shel by Sophia c. Kresha Mitchell. Or. And mrs. John Resba and Edwin. Mrs. John mimick Joe Bernt or. And mrs. Robert Stachura and Hie families of Arthur Kresha Paul Resba Wilford Kresha Kenneth Torczon John Stachura and Derome Jarecki All of co Lumbus. Mrs. Edward Jenkins taffeta in curved neckline outlined with a double ruffle of self fabric and forming a Jabnil at the High Rise Waist line contoured the sleeveless bodice. Tic floor length skill was a defined Sheath Silhouette. Matron of Honor was mrs. Warren Mattes Lincoln and Bride matrons were Mes. Jerry Keller Lincoln Douglas Dean Lawrence Tom Slover Fremont and Darrell leu nor Folk. Each carried a single mum ranging from Pale peach to a deep Bronze. Amy Samuelson Omaha was Flower girl while Karen and Kama Lingwall pcs Moines la., were candlelight Lead. James Wiese Lincoln had the role of Besl Man. Grooms men were Jerry Keller and Terry Blankenship Lincoln Stan Ley Saklar Omaha and Wil Liam Kirk Baltimore my. Ush ers were Doug Stevens Polk George Weber Claude Wingrove and Ladd Frier All of Lincoln. Miss Sandi Danskin registered t h e guests a t the reception in the Church basement. Or. And mrs. Jenkins will re Side in Lincoln after a Honey Moon in Colorado. Bolh attended Nebraska Wesleyan univer sity. Mrs. Dennis Klawonn neater photo Betty Cockson Dennis Klawonn Exchange vows Bellwood miss belly Cockson Lincoln daughter of mrs. Ruth Cockson and Dennis Klawonn Lincoln son of or. And mrs. Harold Klawonn were 1 married in a 7 . Ceremony saturday at St. Peter s Catholic Church. The Rev. . Messman officiated acid mrs. . Kosch organist accompanied the vocal 1st, mrs. . Silk Chiffon Over taffeta fashioned the Bride s gown in traditional while. A jewel neck line Empire Waistline and fitted wrist lipped sleeves contoured the Directoire Sheath which Fea tured a Bod wide Watteau Floal ing panel at Back to Brush the floor. A Pillbox of silk bom Bazine enhanced by silk rosebuds and pearls added appliques held her bouffant shoulder length veil. She carried a single Rose. Mrs. Roger Goeschel Lincoln was Matron of Honor while mrs. Willis Driewer Lincoln was Bride Matron. They wore Street length dresses of Pale Pink crepe. A Matching head piece was styled in a Bow de sign and each carried a red Rose. Dick Luethje Bradshaw ser Ved As Man and the Groom Sman was Willis Driewer Lin Coln. Or. Driewer and James Cockson seated the guests. A reception for 300 guests Fol Lowed in the Church Hall. The Lour Lier wedding cake was decorated Wilh red roses. Afler a week s trip to Lake Okoboji la., the couple will he at Home at Baldwin Lin Coln. The Bride is a graduate of St. Mary s High school David City. The Groom a graduate of Bradshaw High school and the Milford Trade school is attend ing the University of Nebraska. Columbus will be the Home of John m. Stowiak and his Bride the former miss Janet Lee Davis who exchanged wedding vows saturday in St. Lawrence Catholic Church Silver Creek. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Noble Davis Sil ver Creek and or. And mrs. De Stopak Fullerton. The Rev. Norman Parr officiated at the .9 o clock Cere Mony in a Selling of White Gladioli Pink yellow and Blue carnations. Miss Diane Koza organist for the Church choir was also the vocal soloist. Escorted to the altar by her father the Bride selected a floor length gown of Chantilly lace its scoop neckline embellished Wilh pearls and sequins above Long tapered sleeves. Self roses held the pick up front of the bouffant skill while Back interest was created by tiers of lace falling into a Chapel train. Her Headpiece an organza Rose trimmed in pearls ii c 1 d shoulder length illusion. She car ried an elongated Cascade of while mums Pink baby roses and Ivy garlands entered with White philae Noesis orchids. Pastel shades were chosen for the Bride s attendants. Miss Low adorned with a Corsage of Pink rosebuds while the other carried a miniature Cascade of White mum petals and Pink roses. Attending the Groom were Jim Cuba Best Man Ray Eclas Ney and Ron Cyza. Ushers were Frank Carman jr., and Ray Kush. National guard armory was the scene of a dinner for 150 guests and reception for 900, hosted by messes and Mes. Frank Carman jr., and Ray Kush. White glads Multi color carnations and miniature while Bells enhanced the bridal table. Mrs. Kinglsey Smith Omaha and mrs. Leonard Kranzl Chi Cago god mollies of the couple Cut the wedding cake while miss Judy Jol Sun and mrs. Marion Turnick poured. At the guest Buck were miss Jean Zelasney and mrs. Emil Zelasney. Arranging gifts were Vanita Wil lits Nancy Martin Lejoy Vanek and Marilyn Meyer. The newlyweds both graduates of Silver Creek High school will live at 2003 6lh Street flip Bride is employed Al Dale electronics and or. Slopak is employed by the Ger Lipold company. Extra Bath unit a single piece of fibreglass reinforced plastic can provide an extra Bathtub and Shower unit. The unil called uni is a five foot enclosure with three six foot High Walls. A plumber can install it with no tiling needed. One fifth of the . Popula Tion is overweight. Thoie Heivly carpets by Lei o Extension clubs sociable met at the Lime o mrs. Ivan Gaspers and Mem Bers answered Roll Call with election helps. Guests were mrs. Dennis Gaspers and sons mrs. Martin Gaspers mrs. Bill Ober Hauser and daughters. Mrs. Beltoy Nelson gave a legislative report slate income tax Bill survives the great de mrs. Sam Roberg led ilic lessor family guide emergency health care and Fulloue Extension clubs members of the lady Slipper club answered Roll Call by Tell ing where they spent their honeymoon. Mrs. Rinehard Hen pc was hostess and mrs. Harry hos Che read an article big Ger better faster where Are we mrs. Leroy Johnson had the citizenship lesson family guide emergency health care and radioactive fall the club decided to have a Booth at the county fair. Mrs. John m. Stopak Landgren photo Saliari Davis maid of Honor for her sister appeared in a Pink taffeta gown featuring applique bands of White lace circling the Elbow sleeves and Midriff. The a line floor length skill was veiled in White sheer with Back interest of a detachable Hemline panel held by a self Rose. Identically gowned in yellow and Blue were the bridesmaids miss Joann Stopak sister of the Groom and miss Karen Lempek of Duncan. Ail wore Matching headpieces and car ried cascades of carnations to match their gowns. Flower girls Debbie sue Cai Man and Debbie Kush nieces of the couple were dressed Sim Ilar to the Bride. One carried a White Satin embroidered Pil mrs. Ervin Brandl and mrs. Carl Schwarz presented t h e lesson Heady to Wear through care for the nifty to Atmik ers club which met with mrs. Paul lab ii. Mrs. Ervin Brandl led group singing and mrs. Leonard Frey conducted t h e business session. Much faster with direct distance dealing it s easy and it s fast to dial your own Long distance numbers. It costs no More so use it 1or All its Worth. General Telephone in the Gentie mood of a solely feminine one piece sheer Cotton voile print. Sleeveless Model sporting a Chulsoo Collar with Bow tie self Belt. A dress designed to Lake a woman everywhere by Day. In Blue or Brown i a 20. Floor remember dad with Miu Wicy Nemeti honoured in Lincoln a Kitchen Gadget Shower for miss Nancy Nelsen was held sunday Al the of mrs. Roger sivers Lincoln. Mint Green and White the Bride s chosen colors were carried out in the decorations with a parasol cake As the Cen Ter of interest on the head table. Prizes in the games were won by Ann Potter Dorchester and Judy Cooper Beatrice. Nancy will become the Bride of Richard Romanek on july 3. Garden club hit meeting sprigs and sprouts Garden club met thursday at the Home of mrs. Lyle mrs. Extension clubs mrs. Herb Klug was june hostess to the Golden key club and guests mrs. Milton Ewert and mrs. Sam Drinnin or. Mrs. Lloyal Mortensen was accepted As a new member. Plans were made for a july 8 cookout Al Pawnee Park. Mrs. Adolph Rickert led the song stars of the summer Roll Call topic thoughts of nuclear warfare was in keeping Wilh the lesson on civil defense by mrs. Hob Erl Engel citizenship Leader. A citizenship lesson the american Flag was Given by mrs. Frank Luchsinger w Hen the sugar and spice club met at the Home of mrs. W. 0. Jacobsen. The group gave the allegiance to the Flag. Mrs. Elno Durkop led lie business session when plans were made for the club s an Nual picnic to be held at Loup Park in july. Assorted chocolates lib. 2lbs. 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