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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, December 26, 1946, Image 6

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Bolon-Schusier
Bile Observed
Immediately following the
‘morning service at the Methodist
church on Sunday, Dec. 21, the
marriage of Gladys Bolon and
Michael Schuster took place. Pre
ceding the ceremony Mrs. Gene
Wade' at the organ played “Ro
mance” by Rubenstein.
The couple, attended by Marian
Schuster, daughter-in-law of the
bridegroom, and Walter Holmes,
son-in-law of the bride, took their
places at the altar where the sin
gle ring service was read by the
Rev. John B. Coan.
The bride wore an afternoon
dress of light blue with corsage of
pink roses and gardenias and pink
roses in her hair. Her matron of
honor was in black with corsage
of roses and gardenias.
The guests at the wedding
breakfast served later at the home
of the bride were Mr. and Mrs.
George Schuster and Shirley, of
Moses Lake; Mrs. Myrtle Fern and
daughter Charlene, Portland; Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Schuster, Sandra
and Bobby, Kennewick; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Holmes, Prosser; Mrs.
Frank Wright and son Louis, Ken
newick.
Mrs. Schuster, who has been as
sociate extension agent for the
past three years in this district,
has resigned her position. Mr.
Schuster is retired after farming
in East Kennewick for a number
of years. They left for Portland
on a wedding trip and on their
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LINSEY-MARKHAM
The Fred Markham home was
the scene of the marriage of Miss
Nancy Lee Lindsey and Marion
Frank Markham on Dec 21 at 10
o’clock. The bride, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lindsey of La-
Grande, Ore., wore an afternoon
dress of pale yellow wool with
gold and black accessories. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Markham of the Garden
Tracts. Miss Ilene Markham, the
groom’s sister, was bridesmaid
and his father was best man. The
Rev. Oliver Adams, pastor of the
Congregational church of Pasco
solemnized the double ring cere
mony. The wedding music was
beautifully rendered by the bride’s
father on the violin, with Mrs.
Gene Wade at the piano. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Markham are
students at the Eastern Oregon
College of Education at LaGrande.
Mrs. Markham served thirty-nine
months with the Waves and he
was enlisted in the Marines.
A reception was held immedi—
ately following the ceremony.
Pouring were Mrs. Frank Mosher
and Mrs. Leo Lindsey and Mrs.
Fred Markham served the wed
ding cake. Mrs. Raymond Atte
bury of Echo, Ore., had charge of
the guest book. Out of town
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Lindsey, LaGrande, Mr. and Mrs.
Neel Lampson and daughters, Sal
ly Jane, Jenny Lee and Mary Car
-01, Pasco; and Mrs. Maurice Coe,
Echo, Ore., Mrs. Raymond Atte
bury and son Richard, Echo, Ore.,
Mrs. Marshall Markham and
daughter Marlene, Irrigon, Ore.,
AMUS’EMENTS
Fuzzy Knight and Kirby Grant get ready to tide herd on outlaws In
this scene from “Rustlct's Roundup,” with Jane Adams
Lou Costello rams up with hns pal, Bud Abbotgin this metry same
from “T he Time Of Their Lives," with Marjorie Reynolds
Mrs. Cora Brasfield, Tacoma; Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Hadley, Fossil, Ore.,
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Oliver, Chewe
lah, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Aldrich and son Leonard, Irrigon,
Oregon.
The young couple left immedi
ately for a short wedding trip to
Spokane. They will make their
home in LaGrande.
JORDON-COOPBR '
Under the lights and color of
the huge Christmas tree in the
sanctuary of the Methodist church
a quiet wedding ceremony took
place Friday evening at 6:30 when
Walter H. Jordan ,a member of
the U. S. Guard forces at Richland
and Nadine M. Cooper daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cooper of Tul
sa, Oklahoma, were united in mar
riage.
The bride, dressed in a grey
pin-stripe suit with gardenia cor
sage, was attended by Janice Lar
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son and the groom by one of his
guardsman friends, John Sabean.
The ring rite was read by the pas
tor, Rev. John B. Coan in the pres
ence of a small party of friends
and relatives.
The groom, formerly from Crys
tal Spring, Florida, has been in
the service four years. He saw
service in France, Okinawa and
Japan during the war. They ex
pect to make their home in Park
View of this city.
VALLEY GRANGE ’
The Kennewick Valley Grange
will hold its regular meeting at 8
o’clock Friday evening, January 3.
Western Horse Heaven grange will
put on the program. New ofilcers
are asked to come at 7:15 for prac
tice 'l'he Finley degree team will
put on the lst and 2nd degrees
at Kennewick Valley hall on Jan
uary 17.
The combined length of the Min.
sissippi and Ohio rivers in about
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