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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Treasure Chest Thursday - Leo and Ida Marie (Bell) Kinnick married


Treasure Chest Thursday
Leo and Ida Marie (Bell) Kinnick married

[Another post from my 'CRE Enterprise archives' series]

October 22, 1937 - 75 Years Ago - 1 Nov 2012 CRE, p. 4:

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Miss Ida Marie Bell and Leo M. Kinnick exchanged nuptial vows in a very quiet single ring
ceremony at the Methodist Parsonage here at 3:00 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. O.E. Cooley, who
performed the ceremony, Mrs. Cooley, Wayne and Rosalee were the only witnesses besides their attendants, Miss Eileen Kinnick, sister of the bride groom, and LeVerne Smith. The bride wore a smart one piece blue silk crepe cut very plainly with a swing skirt and a Peter-Pan collar. Tiny buttons of self material extended from the neckline to the bottom of the dress in front, and a band of Krimer fur edged the bottom of the skirt and collar. Her accessories were gray. Miss Kinnick wore a one piece blue silk modernistic print and brown accessories. Both men wore dark suits. Both young people graduated with the Coon Rapids Class of 1935. Mrs. Kinnick the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell, has taught in the rural schools here the past two years, northeast of town and at Oak Hill. Mr. Kinnick, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinnick, graduated last year from the Capital City Commercial College in Des Moines and since that time he has been engaged in farming on his father’s farm northwest of Coon Rapids, where the young couple are at home.
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If you would like to see the original page, including advertising, here is the copy from the archives:

http://coonrapids.advantage-preservation.com/document/coon-rapids-enterprise-1937-10-22-page-4





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