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Marriage- Spears, Ruth-Tripp, Henry
Marriage- Spears, Ruth-Tripp, Henry
Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Spears of Rossville, Kansas announce the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Elaine too Mr. Henry Sanford Tripp, son of Mrs. Sarah Johnson of Clay Center, Kans.

The wedding took place Sunday, April 22, at 2 o'clock in the Rossville Methodist church. The Rev. Don L. Jones performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of pink gladioli and yellow snapdragons, palms and four candelabra decorated with olive leaves yellow clematis and holding lighted white tapers. The pews were marked with white satin bows decorated with initiated red hearts.

Mrs. Joe Campbell, violinist, accompanied by Mrs. Don Berkey at the piano played four Nuptial selections before the ceremony. Mrs. Don Berkey sang, "Intrigue Me Not to Leave Thee," and "My Hero," preceding the ceremony and "Wedding Prayer" at the close the ceremony. She was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Joe Campbell who also played the traditional wedding marches.

The bride given in marriage by her father was lovely in a dress of white nylon net and chantilly lace. The dress was fashioned with lace bodice long pointed lace sleeves, net yoke and net ballerina-length skirt with points of lace extending deep into the skirt. The finger-tip-length veil of bridal illusion trimmed with chantilly lace was held in place by a tiara of seed pearls. She carried an orchid with white satin streamers on a white Bible.

Mrs. Junior Dick was matron of honor wearing a pink dotted organdy dress with full ballerina-length skirt. She wore a veil of pink net and pink mitts. She carried a colonial bouquet of white gladioli and yellow clematis.

Mr. Junior Dick was the groom's best man. The ushers were Mr. Earl Tripp brother of the groom and Mr. Donald Queen, brother-in-law of the bride.

Mrs. Spears chose for her daughter's wedding a navy blue lace dress with white and yellow accessories. Mrs. Johnson wore a grey dress with white and black accessories. They both wore corsages of white gardenias and yellow clematis.

A reception for all present was held in the church parlor following the ceremony. The four tiered wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Earl Tripp assisted by Mrs. Wallace Vilven. Mrs. Wilford Vilven, aunt of the bride, poured the punch. Mrs. Charles Keller was in charge of the guest book and Miss Shirley Jean Lambert was in charge of the gift table. Other friends assisting were Mrs. James Wade, Mrs. Howard French, Mrs. Ralph Page and Mrs. Roy Gentry.

For traveling, the bride chose a navy blue gaberdine three piece suit with mauve pink accessories. She wore a pink orchid.

After a weeks wedding trip over the northern route to California the couple will make their home near San Diego, Calif., where Mr. Tripp will be stationed with the U.S. Navy.

Mr. and Mrs. Tripp are both graduates of Rossville High School. Mrs. Tripp attended Kansas State college, Manhattan three semesters. Mr. Tripp has been with the U.S. Navy the past three and one half years. He is Aeronautics Technician second class with Fighter Squadron 111. He was attached to the Aircraft Carrier the Philippine Sea which has been in Korean waters the past nine months.

Those from out of town attending the wedding were: Mrs. L.F. Hare, Mrs. Sara Johnson, Mrs. Myra Johnson, Mrs. Mildred Glaze, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hare, Richard and Larry and Mrs. Florence Hare all of Clay Center, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hill and son of Belleville, Mr. Arthur Vilven, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Vilven, Mrs. Wilford Vilven, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Vilven and son, Miss Rachel Timmons, Mrs. George Omar, Mrs. Bruce Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. Robt. Hartig all of Wamego; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCormick of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilson of St. George, Mrs. Steve McCoy and Barbara Jean Spears of Denison, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spears and sons of Cushing, Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tripp, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Queen, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Martin, Mrs. Donald McCorkill, Mrs. Ida Pitman, Mrs. Wm. F. Ableatt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tucker, Mrs. Elmer Crosk and Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hale all of Topeka, Miss Virginia Polson, Razel, Kansas; Miss Louise Starr, Paola, Ks.; Mrs. Charles Harkness III of California, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Page, Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thurman of Kansas City, Mo.

26 Apr 1951

[Note at bottom in 1957 Henry re-married Louise Whitlock; Ruth re-married to Bill Larson] 
  10 Jul 2020
Marriage- Smith, Corinda-Bird, Michael
Marriage- Smith, Corinda-Bird, Michael
Corinda Sue Smith
Michael Shane Bird

Cordina Sue Smith and Michael Shane Bird exchanged marriage vows June 24, 1995, at the United Methodist Church in Rossville. The Rev. Ken Rogers officiated at the 4:30 p.m. ceremony.

Parents of the couple are Larry F. and Susan L. Smith, Topeka, and Merle and Jeanne Bird, Rossville.

Dawn Frey, Topeka, was matron of honor, and the bridesmaids were Karri McKinsey, Lenexa; Katherine Cahill, Topeka; and Brooke Bird, Rossville.

Tony Trimble, Rossville, was best man. The groomsmen were Sean Bird and Danny Bird, both of Rossville; and Daryl Kramer, Winchester.

Amanda Jo Cahill, Topeka, was the flower girl, and Christopher Bird, Rossville, was the ring bearer. Serving as ushers were Paul Weybrew, John Cahill and Bill Frey, all of Topeka, and Chris Tomson, Delia. The soloists were Gary Smith, Washburn, Ill., and Jeanie Wade, Liberal.

The reception hostesses were Shannon McDowell, Lawrence; Donna Kassing, Lenexa; and Jennifer Johnson, Kingwood, Texas.

The bride is a graduate of Silver Lake High School and the University of Kansas with a bachelor's degree in business administration. She is an insurance agent at Total Insurance Inc. in Topeka.

The bridegroom is a graduate of Rossville High School. He is employed by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. in Topeka.

The couple live in Topeka. 
  10 Jul 2020
Marriage- Sebring, Letha-Marney, Benjamin
Marriage- Sebring, Letha-Marney, Benjamin
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sebring announce the marriage of their daughter, Letha May to Benj. Otis Marney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Marney, on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 6, at the home of the bride. The members of the immediate families were the only guests.

The Rev. Charles Wogan of St. Marys read the impressive double ring ceremony, which was performed before a bank of roses and garden flowers, and the nuptial music was played by Miss Elzora Marney, sister of the groom.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a navy blue faille suit with corsage of red roses and white carnations and she carried a white bible, a gift from her parents.

Mrs. Marian Eakes, of Topeka, was maid of honor and wore a tan suit with a corsage of white carnations.

Jim Marney of Wichita, brother of the groom, acted as best man.

The mother of the bride chose for her daughter's wedding a dress of black crepe trimmed with a white lace yoke, and wore a corsage of pink and white carnations.

Mrs. Marney, mother of the groom was attired in a navy blue taffeta dress and wore a corsage of white and pink carnations.

Following the wedding a reception was held. A two tier wedding cake topped with pink roses, formed a lovely centerpiece and was served with ice cream and punch.

Mrs. Harold Sebring cut the cake and Mrs. Terpening, grandmother of the bride assisted with the serving.

The bride is a graduate of both Rossville grade and high school and for the past three years has been employed at Capper Publication as filing clerk.

The groom graduated from Rossville High school and has been serving in the navy for three years. At present he is stationed at San Francisco, Calif.

After a short wedding trip to Wichita and points in Oklahoma, they returned to Rossville Wednesday and will leave next week for San Francisco, Calif., to make their home.

[From 11 Oct 1951] 
  1 Jul 2020
Marriage- Ruff, Mary-Diehl, Stephen
Marriage- Ruff, Mary-Diehl, Stephen
Mrs. Stephen Diehl
(Mary Ann Ruff)

Mary Ann Ruff and Stephen R. Diehl exchanged marriage vows at 8 p.m. May 25 in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Alfred H. Davis officiated.

Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ruff, Rossville, and Mr. Diehl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Diehl.

The bride wore a floor-length gown of ivory silk organza and Chantilly lace. The bodice had a scoop neckline and kabuki sleeves. The neckline, sleeves and skirt were trimmed with jeweled lace appliqués, and scalloped lace formed a panel effect in the skirt front. A built-in chapel-length train was fastened at the low-cut back with a self-fabric bow.

Her veil was attached to a crown of pearls, crystal beads and lace. She carried a bouquet of white rosebuds and lilies-of-the-valley.

Viola Gilbert attended the bride and Frank Clock, Carbondale, was best man. Ushering were the bride's brother, Frank Ruff, Annapolis, Md.; Larry Hudson, Rossville; and Larry Speakman.

A reception at Helen's Party House followed the ceremony.

The bride is a graduate of Rossville High School and is employed by Termplan, Inc. Mr. Diehl, a graduate of Highland Park High School, is employed by Kansas Power and Light Co

Mary Ann Ruff and Stephen Diehl were married May 25 in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Alfred Davies officiated. Parents of the bride are Mr. Dale Ruff of Rossville and Mrs. Marcella Ruff of Topeka. Mr. Diehl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diehl of Topeka. The bride wore a floor length gown of ivory silk organza and chantilly lace. The bodice had a scoop neckline and kabuki sleeves. The neckline, sleeves and skirt were trimmed with jeweled lace appliqués and scalloped lace formed a panel effect in the skirt front. Her veil attached to a crown of pearls, Crystal beads and lace. She carried a bouquet of white rosebuds and lilies of the valley. Viola Gilvert attended the bride and Frank Clock, Carbondale was best man.

Ushers were Frank Ruff, Annapolis, Md., Larry Hudson, of Rossville and Larry Speakman of Topeka.

A reception at Helen's Party House followed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Rossville Rural High School and is employed by Termplan Inc. Mr. Diehl is a graduate of Highland Park High School and is employed by Kansas Power and Light Co.

The couple is at home at 2650 Golden.

[From 6 Jun 1968] 
  28 Jun 2020
Marriage- Rosser, Marilyn-Campbell, Arthur
Marriage- Rosser, Marilyn-Campbell, Arthur
Vows are solemnized Sept. 15 at Holton
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosser, Holton, announce the marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Ann, to Mr. Arthur Lee Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell, Rossville.

The marriage was solemnized at 4:00 o'clock p.m., Sept. 15, in the First Presbyterian Church, Holton. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Don Hammerli.

Miss Janet Hammerli, Holton, was organist.

The candlelight ceremony featured two seven-branch candelabras, decorated with bronze mums, lemon leaf and tied with yellow bows.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of delicate silk organza over taffeta with an empire waistline accented by venice lace and a small bow at the front. Long tapering sleeves of self material were featured. The skirt was dramatized by a detachable watteau train, topped by a bow of imported silk illusion fell in soft folds to the waistline, and was held by a forward headpiece of silk illusion petals. She carried a traditional cascade of white bridal roses, stephanotis and ivy.

Mrs. Ron Perry, Emporia, was matron of honor. Mrs. Larry Teske, Delia, and Miss Jan Campbell, Rossville, sister of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. The attendants wore floor-length dresses of lemon yellow, with a trim of mint green velvet ribbon. They carried a cascade of bronze mums backed with lemon leaf.

Miss Denise McQueen, Delia, was flower girl. She was dressed in a floor-length lemon yellow dress, with a trim of mint green velvet ribbon. She wore a bronze mum circlet on her head and carried a white basket of yellow rose petals. Bucky Peddicord, Wamego, was ring bearer.

Miss Mary Williams and Miss Carolyn Zlatnik, both of Delia, were taper-lighters. They wore floor-length lemon yellow dresses, with a trim of mint green velvet ribbon. They wore bronze mum wrist corsages.

Ron Perry, Emporia, was best man. Mark Poell, St. Marys, and Bill Fauerbach, Rossville, were groomsmen. Ken Heidebrecht, Wichita, LeRoy Carrell, Rossville, Otto Ormosi, Emporia, served as ushers.

Mrs. Rosser, mother of the bride wore an aqua dress. Mrs. Campbell, mother of the bridegroom, wore a beige lace dress. Both wore a cymbidium orchid corsage.

Mrs. Ken Heidebrecht, sister of the bride, attended the guest book.

The reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Ira Williams and Mrs. Harold McQueen, of Delia, Miss Mary Ann Bowmen, Emporia, Miss Mary Ann Thompson, Kansas City, Mo., Miss Judith Zlatnik and Miss Penny Hejtmanek, of Topeka. Junior hostesses were Miss Mary Williams and Miss Carolyn Zlatnik.

For going away, the bride chose a two-piece green outfit with black accessories. Her corsage was yellow roses.

The couple are living at 1013 Congress, Emporia.

The bride is a graduate of Delia Rural High School and is attending Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia. The bridegroom is a graduate of Rossville High School and is attending the College of Emporia.

[From 1968] 
  28 Jun 2020
Marriage- Ronnebaum, Linda-Luthi, Danny
Marriage- Ronnebaum, Linda-Luthi, Danny
[Caption: Mrs. Danny Luthi (Linda Ronnebaum)]
Linda Ann Ronnebaum and Danny Alan Luthi exchanged wedding vows at 2 p.m. Oct. 10 in Sacred Heart Church, Delia. The Rev. John Erickson officiated.

Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Ronnebaum. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Luthi.

Attending the bride were Jeanne Disidore, Overland Park; Karen Floersch, Silver Lake; Theresa Bowers, Delia; and Brenda Holle. Attending the bridegroom were Patrick Luthi; Daylan Figgs, Hoyt; Tim Collins, Kansas City, Kan.; and David Ronnebaum, Rossville.

Mrs. Luthi attended Rossville High School and Kaw Area Vocational-Technical School. She is employed by KPL Gas Service. Mr. Luthi attended Royal Valley High School, Hoyt, and is employed by Capital Iron Works. 
  28 Jun 2020
Marriage- Ronnebaum, Jeanne-Disidore, Nicholas
Marriage- Ronnebaum, Jeanne-Disidore, Nicholas
[Caption: Jeanne and Nick Disidore]
Ronnebaum-Disidore Couple Married in Topeka
Jeanne Marie Ronnebaum and Nicholas Eugene Disidore received the sacrament of marriage on Saturday, July 18, 1987, at 1:30 p.m. at Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Topeka. Fr. Frank Krische officiated the double ring ceremony.

Parents of the couple are Donald and Rosie Ronnebaum, Delia, and Eugene and Bonnie Disidore, Topeka.

Given in marriage by her father and mother, the bride wore a floor-length ivory gown of Chantilly-type lace. The slender bodice of lace was designed with a deep yoke of illusion embroidered in sequins and seed pearls and finished with a Mandarin collar.

The bride wore the gown worn by her mother 30 years ago. It featured a full, gathered skirt with plain panels in front and back. The side panels were formed with cascades of deep lace ruffles.

The finger-tip ivory veil was of floral designed lace. Her headpiece, trimmed with sequins and pearls, complimented the gown. The bride carried a sweetheart rose cascade of peach and gray roses with ivory, lily of the valley, and peach azaleas. A peach lace ribbon completed the cascade.

Bridal attendants wore matching tea length dresses of peach fabric with spaghetti straps. The carried bouquets of ivory and gray starflowers. Linda Ronnebaum, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Diane Ronnebaum, sister of the bride, Maria Taynton and Gina Disidore, sisters of the groom.

Mr. Disidore wore a silver colored tuxedo and ivory shirt with a peach rose boutonniere. His attendants wore the same style and color tuxedos with peach boutonnieres. David Ronnebaum, brother of the bride, was best man. Groomsmen were Alan Stork, friend of the groom, Jeff Disidore and Tom Disidore, brothers of the groom.

Ring bearers were Max Ronnebaum, nephew of the bride, and Matt Bethel, nephew of the groom. They wore silver colored pants and ivory shirts with peach boutonnieres.

Flower girls were Tracy Ronnebaum, niece of the bride, and Michelle Bethel, niece of the groom. They wore identical peach tea length dresses trimmed in lace, with lace slips showing in the back. Each carried a basket with peach and silver rose petals.

Ushers were Mike Ronnebaum, brother of the bride, and Doug Taynton, brother-in-law of the groom. They wore gray tuxedos.

The guest book was tended by Carol Ronnebaum, sister-in-law of the bride. Ashley Bethel handed out programs.

Music for the wedding was by Chris Bethel, sister of the groom, and Tom Perkuhn, friend of the couple, who sang "Standing for the Son" and "There Is Love" before the ceremony. During communion, they sang "Household of Faith." LeRoy Garvin, friend of the couple, said the "Our Father" during communion.

Janet Ronnebaum, sister-in-law of the bride was lector. Servers were Tony Disidore, brother of the groom, and Brian Grieves, cousin of the bride. Jonella Disidore and Karen Disidore, sisters of the groom, lit the candles.

Cake and punch were served by Beth Ronnebaum, sister-in-law of the bride, Alice Besta and Barb Engler, friends of the bride. A three-layer cake and two heart-shaped side cakes trimmed in peach ribbon and flowers were served.

Mr. and Mrs. Disidore are living in Overland Park. Nick is employed as a sales representative for Automated Business Systems in Overland Park. Jeanne is a legal secretary for Sloan, Listrom, Eisenbarth, Sloan and Glassman in Overland Park.

[From The St. Marys Star, 18 Aug 1987] 
  22 Jun 2020
Marriage- Rezac, Virginia-Foster, David 1
Marriage- Rezac, Virginia-Foster, David 1
Virginia Kay Rezac became the bride of Mr. David J. Foster in a ceremony read by the Rev. Donald Sears at 7 p.m. Dec. 27 in the Rossville Presbyterian Church.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rezac and Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Foster, all of Rossville.

The bride wore a street length ensemble of white silk worsted. The sleeveless dress was cut on skimmer lines, and the matching coat featured a round collar. Her veil was held by a fabric orchid, and she carried a cascade of holly centered with a white poinsettia.

Mrs. John Dayton, Topeka, was her sister's matron of honor, and Mr. Robert Fleming, Topeka, was best man. Mr. Robert Stach, Rossville, ushered.

A reception in the church followed the ceremony.

The bride is a graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, and is a member of the Chi Omega sorority. She will continue teaching second grade in Golden, Colo., until the end of the semester when she will join her husband in a residence at Altus, Oklahoma.

Mr. Foster is a graduate of Kansas State College of Pittsburg and is serving in the U.S. Air Force.

Bridal shower
Mrs. Foster was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower, given by Mrs. Ben Stach and Mrs. Fred McCollough in the McCollough home Dec. 29. Invited guests were:

Mrs. Foster, honoree; Mrs. James E. Rezac, Mrs. John Dayton, Topeka, Mrs. Joe Foster and Teresa, Mrs. Charles Foster, Mrs. Robert Foster, Mrs. Paul Foster, all of Topeka;

Mrs. Charles Dayton, Miss Cathy Dayton, Mrs. John Fauerbach, Misses Judy and Bonnie Fauerbach, Mrs. Ernest Rezac Sr., Mrs. Ernest Rezac Jr., Nancy and Janice, Silver Lake;

Mrs. Junior Dannefer, Mrs. Leo Berry and Rhonda, Mrs. Elsie McCollough, Mrs. Agnes Burton, Mrs. Don Sears, Katy and Becky, Mrs. William Kesler, Mrs. Pete Kovar, Mrs. C.R. Timmons, Mrs. August Stach,

Mrs. Francis Schraeder, Mrs. Emil Kovar, Mrs. Frank Wood, Mrs. Carl Hultgren, Mrs. Lawrence Reser, Mrs. John Wehner and Debbie, Mrs. Sam Thompson, Mrs. Ralph Lundin, Mrs. Robert Tripp, Mrs. Tony Zemek, Miss Sherri Stach,

Mrs. Joe Macha, Mrs. Joe Gresser, Mrs. John Davis, Mrs. Robert Rafferty, Mrs. Marvin Davis, Mrs. Roy Davis, Mrs. Jim Fauerbach.

[From 1967] 
  22 Jun 2020
Marriage- Reser, Donna-Pauly, James
Marriage- Reser, Donna-Pauly, James
Reser-Pauly Vows Exchanged Nov. 13
Donna Lee Reser became the bride of James Joseph Pauly, Saturday, November 13, in the Immaculate Conception Church in St. Marys. Father Thomas Hesse, Topeka, conducted the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Reser, Rossville, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pauly, St. Marys.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Peau-de-soie. The fitted bodice, jeweled with tiny pearls, was of clipped Chantilly lace over Peau with Sabrina neckline and petal pointed sleeves. The detachable, isle-wide train was held at the waist with a sweetheart bow. A crown of tulle and lace with pearl appliqué held the bubble veil of pure silk imported English illusion.

Mrs. William Pauly was matron of honor, and Miss Vickie Fryman and Miss Cheryl Reser were bridesmaids. Their floor length gowns were of crepe and were styled with Champ Elysses green Empire bodices and sheath type mortar white skirts. Their headpieces were forward sprays with crystal and pearl train and matching short veils.

William Pauly was best man. Louis Ketter and John Pauly were the groomsmen. Ushers were Roger McMahan and Ronald Pauly. The flower girl was Ruth Ann Young and the ring bearer was Glenn Remacle.

Following the ceremony the reception was held in the Centennial Building in St. Marys. Those assisting were Mrs. Dick Remacle, Miss Patty Pauly, Miss Claudia Fugate, Miss Delores Heinen, Mrs. Ruth Correll, Mrs. Nancy Nelson, Miss Jane Sterrett, and Mrs. Verna Young.

The couple is living in St. Marys.

[From 16 Dec 1965] 
  22 Jun 2020
Marriage- Remer, Orpha-Macha, Richard
Marriage- Remer, Orpha-Macha, Richard
Remer-Macha Wedding
A beautiful home wedding was held Saturday afternoon, June 14, 1952, in Burlington, Ks., that united in marriage, Miss Orphan Glee Remer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Remer, of Burlington, and Richard Fred Macha, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Macha of Council Grove.

The Rev. Drexel Farrell, pastor of the Christian church at Burlington, read the double ring ceremony at 3 o'clock before an improvised altar banked with baskets of white gladioli and fern and lighted by tall tapers in candelabra.

Richard Robbins was the soloist and Miss Joyce Griffith was the pianist.

The beautiful bride was given in marriage by her father. For her wedding she chose a ballerina length gown of white net and lace over slipper satin. Her finger tip veil of bridal illusion was held in place by a tiara of orange blossoms, and her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. She carried a white Bible, topped with a deep purple orchid and accented with white satin streamers.

Mrs. Jack McMillan, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a ballerina length gown of blue chiffon, and carried a colonial bouquet of spring flowers.

Bennie Macha brother of the groom was best man and ushers were LeRoy Krause of Council Grove and Darrell Wood of Burlington. Ricky Scott, nephew of the bride, Overland Park, was the ring bearer.

The reception was held immediately following the ceremony, at the home of the bride's parents. The bridal table was beautifully appointed and centered with a large three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Mrs. Lauren Scott cut the cake, Cora Lee Irwin, Barbara Shepp and Patty Paxon poured punch, and Mrs. Larry Edwards, Topeka was in charge of the guest book.

Mrs. Remer, mother of the bride, wore a gown of grey lace, with matching accessories. Mrs. Macha, mother of the groom, wore a pale green sheer with matching accessories. Both mothers had corsages of pink split carnations.

Mr. and Mrs. Macha, left after the reception on a honeymoon trip to Rockaway Beach, Missouri.

For traveling she chose a mauve colored suit with a navy blue and white accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. They will be at home to their friends at 1023 1/2 Commercial, Emporia, after June 18.

Mrs. Macha is a sophomore at Kansas State Teachers college, Emporia, and is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha, social sorority. Mr. Macha, is also a sophomore at Kansas State Teachers college, Emporia, and is a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon; social fraternity.

Out of town guests attending were: Anita McGrew, Leroy Krause and Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Macha and Ben Council Grove, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. McMillan, San Francisco, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Scott, Sally Sue and Ricky, Overland Park, Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Macha, Mrs. Bertha Martinek Delia, Ks., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Macha, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Edwards, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Bennie J. Martinek; Emil Martinek, Rossville. Miss Donna Mahon, Miss Nancy, Mahon, Miss Rita Deitrickson, mr. and Mrs. Shoebrook, Miss Cora Lee Irwin, Emporia, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Remer Bill Freeman, Darrell Whistler, Nellie Evans, Rev. and Mrs. Drexel G. Farrell, Miss Jean Skoepel, Pat Paxon, Barbara Shepp, Darrel Wood, all of Burlington, Mrs. Laura Rasin, Mrs. Betty Sandford, Mr. and Mrs. John Rutledge, Phillis, and Martha Ann of Lebo.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Macha Sr., are former Rossville residents and the groom is a grandson of Mrs. Agnes Martinek of Rossville and Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Macha, of Delia.

[From 14 Jun 1952] 
  22 Jun 2020


 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born   Location   Last Modified 
Spears Tripp Larson, Ruth Elaine 
b. 5 Mar 1931  Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas  10 Jul 2020
Smith Bird, Corinda Sue 
   10 Jul 2020
Sebring Marney, Letha May 
   1 Jul 2020
Ruff Diehl, Mary Ann 
b. 18 Mar 1945  Wamego, Pottawatomie County, Kansas  28 Jun 2020
Rosser Campbell, Marilyn Ann 
   28 Jun 2020
Ronnebaum Luthi, Linda Ann 
   28 Jun 2020
Ronnebaum Disidore, Jeanne Marie 
   22 Jun 2020
Rezac Foster, Virginia Kay 
   22 Jun 2020
Reser Pauly, Donna Lee 
   22 Jun 2020
Remer Macha, Orpha Glee 
   22 Jun 2020