It is time for one more version of “Carringers within the Information” – a weekly function from the historic newspapers about individuals with the surname Carringer (my mom’s maiden surname) which might be fascinating, helpful, mysterious, enjoyable, macabre, or add info to my household tree database.
This week’s entry is from The Gazette [Cedar Rapids, Iowa] newspaper dated 30 November 1952:
The transcription of this text is:
“Sally Carringer Turns into Bride of La Verne Eggleston
“In a candlelight ceremony carried out Thanksgiving eve within the Cedar Christian church, Miss Sally Carringer grew to become the bride of La Verne Eggleston. Baskets of yellow and bronze mums and palms supplied the setting for the service learn by the Rev. Fraser Thomason.
“The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Krumbholz, 1420 E avenue NE, and Mr. Eggleston’s dad and mom are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Eggleston of New Hampton.
“The bride’s robe of white satin was common with a rolled shoulder collar over a excessive neckline of web. The hooped skirt prolonged right into a full practice. A Juliet cap of tufted satin and lace held her fingertip veil and she or he carried an ivory prayer e-book adorned with orchids.
“Miss Martha Miller was maid of honor and Miss Vivian Porch of Chicago, bridesmaid. They had been identically attired in robes of raspberry velvet and web and carried cascade bouquets of yellow mums.
“Edward Dozark was greatest man and Robert McCracken of Waterloo, groomsman. Ushers had been Donald Zierath of Ames and Roy J. Bleedner. Miss Ann Brooks, vocalist, was accompanied on the organ by Miss Elaine Curtis.
“A reception for 200 visitors was given within the church parlors. Hostesses had been Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sisters of the bride and Mrs. Helen McFatridge and Mrs. Man Andrews.
“After a marriage journey to Chicago, the couple will reside at 1424 A avenue NE. The bride is a junio at Coe school and Mr. Eggleston is employed by Cargills. He attended Coe school, the place he was a member of Alpha Phi Omega, and was graduated from Iowa State Academics school.”
The supply quotation is:
“Sally Carringer Turns into Bride of La Verne Eggleston,” The Gazette [Cedar Rapids, Iowa] newspaper, marriage article, Sunday, 30 November 1952, web page 29, column 5, Sally Carringer and La Verne Eggleston marriage article; Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com : accessed 15 November 2021).
This marriage article offers the names of the bride and groom, the dad and mom names of the bride and groom, the implied marriage ceremony date and site, the names of the attendants, their employment, and the place the couple will reside.
Sally Ann Carringer (1932-????) was born 20 September 1932 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the daughter of William Vincent and Genevieve Lucille (Robertson) Carringer. La Verne Eggleston () was the son of Irvin and Myrtle (Hutchinson) Eggleston of New Hampton, Iowa. They had been married on 26 November 1952 in Cedar Rapids.
Sally Ann Carringer is my 4th cousin as soon as eliminated, with frequent ancestors of my 4th great-grandparents Martin and Magdalena (Hoax) Carringer.
There are a whole bunch of Carringer “tales” in my household tree – and this was considered one of them. Life occurs, unintentionally and deliberately, and typically a newspaper article tells us fairly a bit in regards to the bride and groom. I’m glad that I can honor Sally Carringer and La Verne Eggleston as we speak.
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