Miss Pamela Sue Holloway became the bride of Michael Lee Tolle at 7 p.m. Aug. 16 in United Methodist Church, Sublette, Kan.  The Rev. Frank Little officiated.

Mrs. Bernice Holloway of Sublette is mother of the bride.  Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P. Tolle of 7718 Dublin Court are parents of the bridegroom.

The bride wore an A-line gown of white linen with elbow-length sleeves, batteau neckline and a detachable cathedral-length train.  Daisies appliqued the Empire waist, neckline, sleeves and train.  She carried a cascade arrangements of white daisies.

Mrs. Lee Hawke, sister of the bride, was matron of honor.  Miss Glenda Watt was bridesmaid.  Lon Dillman served as best man.  Robert Miller was groomsman.  Ushers were Terry Cordray and K. T. Porter.

The Tolles will be at home in Emporia, Kan., where both are students at Kansas State Teachers College.
(Wichita Eagle ~ Sunday ~ August 17, 1969 ~ Page 51)


The wedding of Miss Virginia Greenberg of Randall, Kan., to Stanley Walters of Satanta, Kan., took place at First Methodist church in Belleville, Sunday, July 16 at 2:00 o'clock.  The ceremony was conducted at the altar of the church by the Rev. James Gray, uncle of the bride.  The altar vases were filled with white gladioli and white asters.  Awaiting the bride at the foot of the chancel, were the bridegroom and his best man, Robert Hamilton, and the matron of honor, Mrs. Robert Hamilton of Hays, Kan.  Together they proceeded to the altar where they were united in holy matrimony.  The bride's gown was ballerina length in misty white nylon tulle.  A round neckline was accented by a shirred yoke.  The molded bodice flowed into a buffant skirt of tulle, cleverly trimmed with braid.  The gown had a cap sleeve.  The bridal veil was a ful circular waist length veil of imported silk illusion, held in place by a heart shaped flat top cap of nylon tulle, edged with tiny ruffles.  The bride carried a white Bible on which were baby roses and stephanotis.  The matron of honor wore a lavender ballerina gown with a corsage of matching carnations.  Ushers were Sam Walters of Satanta, Kan., and Eldon Gray of Belleville.  All of the men were attired in Black Tuxedo trousers and white dinner jackets.  The organist was Mrs. Guy Snyder.  The bride's parents were unable to be present at the wedding.  Her sister, Mrs. William Boyd of Tulsa, Okla., occupied a place of honor.  The bridegroom's mother wore a gown of night blue with white accessories and white carnation corsage.  Following the wedding, a reception was given for the 55 guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. James Gray.  Mrs. Gray was assisted by Mrs. William Boyd in serving the Fountainered cake and punch.  Mrs. Howard Ballard of Webber, kept the guest book.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenberg of Paw Paw, Ill.  She attended college at Fort Hays State college and has been employed as a secretary the past two years in Hays.  The bridegroom also attended Fort Hays State college.  He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Walters of Satanta, Kan.  After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will be at home in Satanta until fall when the bridegroom plans to complete his education at the University of Florida.
(Belleville Telescope ~ July 26, 1956 ~ Page 2)

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