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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Jones~ Leverenz Rites Read at St. James*

Danville Commercial News Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1950
*Jones~Leverenz Rites Read at St. Jones
Frances Z. (Delvalle) Leverenz and Glenn H. Jones were united in marriage over the holiday weekend in the chapel of St. James Methodist Church. The Rev. Harold J. Guenther associate pastor, read the double ring rites.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Delvalle, Terre Haute, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, 27 S. Collett.
Given in marriage by her father the bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Harry Goings. George Scott was best man. Miss Grace Garrett provided the background of organ music.
A reception for approximately 50 followed at the home of the bride, 1602 N. Gilbert. Upon completing a honeymoon trip to Dayton, Ohio, and Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Jones will make their home at 1602 N. Gilbert. Jones is a pharmaceutical salesman for the Westfield Pharmacal Company, Dayton.
The bridal couple was honored prior to their marriage at a dinner given by his sister, Mrs. Jack Knowles, 1510 N. Franklin. Mrs. James Perona, 208 W. Dodge, was hostess at a bridal shower for Mrs. Jones. She was assisted by Mrs. Richard Slusarek and Mrs. Virgil McAnelly.

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