Clipped From Iowa City Press-Citizen
of of Chan- Mar- of of lace over satin was topped with a matching lace bolero ' jacket, styled with cap sleeves. Her lace mitts were elbowlength and she wore a lace cap styled with sequins and seed pearls which held an elbow length veil of Illusion. The bride's bou quet was a cascade arrangement of pink rose buds, and white feathered carnations. Attending the bride as matron of. honor was Mrs. Beverly Moore, 15 East Harrison street She wore a ballerina length gown of pastel green lace and tulle over satin. The dress was styled with a strapless bodice and scalloped lace and tulle skirt She wore a bolero of matching lace and a headdress of ruffled tulle. Her cascade bouquet was of green feathered carnations. BRIDESMAIDS WERE Miss Amata Lampe of Iowa City and Miss Martha. Hartman, a cou sin of the bride who arrived last week from Germany. They were attired In gowns styled identical to the matron ' of honor's, dress with Miss Lampe wearing yel- Hostess for the reception was Mrs. George Hildenbrandt Following the reception the couple left for Wisconsin. For traveling the bride-wore a white nylon dotted Swiss dress with - white accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Af terjuly r the couple will be at home on the Hotz farm. The bride Is a graduate of Iowa City high school and has ; been employed as secretary at the Iowa State Bank and Trust"' company. Mr. Hotz,. a graduate of University high school, la engaged In farming. . , Attending.ihe wedding from -out-of-town were Dr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson and family of Rock Island and Mr. and Mrs. August Bemdt of Chicago. DELICIOUS POPOVERS Popovers with a tablespoon or two of melted butter added to the batter taste extra delicious.