Miss Maxine Carter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Carter of Corning, Iowa, and Russell L. Bentley, so of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bentley of Marathon, Iowa, were united in marriage Saturday morning, October 8, by Rev. C.D. Reed, in the First Methodist church in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Miss Catherine Dakir of Omaha, Nebraska, was bridesmaid, and William LePine, also of Omaha, Nebr., was best man.
The bride wore a toast color suit with green accessories. Her corsage was light pink roses tinted with brown. The groom wore a dark blue suit.
The bride was a graduate of Corning high school in 1948, then attended Commercial Extension Business College in Omaha, Nebr., graduating in April, 1949. She was then employed as secretary to the Tillotson Construction Company of Omaha until the 7th of October.
The groom graduated from Marathon high school in 1947, then attended National Railroad School in Omaha, graduating in July, 1949. He is now with the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad.
The couple are waiting until the groom gets his first vacation for their honeymoon.
We extend our sincere congratulations to the newly weds.
Adams County (Iowa) Free Press, Oct. 13, 1949