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Clark, James & Helen Jenkins (Marriage 1940)

CLARK, JENKINS

Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 5/28/2011 at 12:56:16

LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
July 5, 1940

MISS HELEN JENKINS AND JAMES CLARK MARRIED MONDAY
Bridegroom Is Popular Court Reporter In District

Miss Helen Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins of Cherokee,
and James Clark, son of Mrs. Iona Clark of LeMars, were married Monday
morning. The ceremony was performed at the Immaculate Conception Church
rectory in Cherokee, Rev. Father F. P. Schultes officiating.

The bride, who wore a black and white ensemble, white accessories, and a
corsage of talisman roses, was attended by her sister, Margaret, who wore a
light blue dress, white accessories, and a mixed corsage. Dick Winkel of
Sioux City was best man.

Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to 30 relatives and
friends in the bride’s home. Summer flowers, a gift from Mrs. Carl Goeb,
decorated the entertaining rooms and the breakfast table. A huge wedding
cake was presented to the bride by Tom Crane and J. H. Lowry.

Out of town guests present fro the wedding include Mrs. Clark, mother of the
bridegroom, Geraldine Campbell and Pauline Jenkins, of Des Moines, Jane
Jenkins of Omaha, and Catherine McNerthney of Tacoma, Wash.

The couple left immediately for a six weeks wedding trip through the Pacific
southwest, and plane to spend the majority of their time in California.
Upon returning they will make their home in Cherokee.

The bridegroom is court reporter in the Twenty-first judicial district being
an appointee of Judge R. G. Rodman.


 

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