1. Newton Hinshaw (c1833-1867) m Hannah Jane Fears (c1832-?) 2.. Madison Hinshaw (1852-1925) m Mary Jane Austill (1851-?) 3... William Thurman Hinshaw (1873-1938) m Ruth Marcellus Robertson (1874-1945) 4.... Louis S. Hinshaw (1908-1989) m Vera Dean Gifford (1910-1993) 5..... Martha Hinshaw (c1934-) +James Clark
|Martha Hinshaw [ID 18340]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born about 1934, Illinois.1
The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on May 26, 1950:2
Martha Hinshaw, of Roselle, was recently selected by the Northwest DuPage American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 1084 to attend the tenth annual Illini Girls State at McMurray College in Jacksonville, Ill. Martha is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hinshaw, Williams st., and attends Glenbard high school.
She married James Clark, Jul 12 1952, Roselle Methodist Church, Roselle, DuPage County, Illinois.3
The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on July 18, 1952:3
Martha Hinshaw, James
Clark Wed In Roselle
Miss Martha Hinshaw and James Clark, two Roselle young people, were united in marriage July 12. The 5:30 o'clock ceremony took place at Roselle Methodist church, with the Rev. H. Langdori reading the vows.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hinshaw of Elmhurst.
The floor-length white bridal gown was fashioned with a bodice of lace over satin, and a skirt of nylon tulle over satin with lace insets. Mrs. Clark carried white roses in a cascade bouquet.
Mrs. Laverne Gieseke, the bride's sister, was matron of honor. She wore white organdy over green taffeta, with the bodice of eyelet organdy. Eyelet organdy insets adorned the skirt.
Mrs. Jayne Harmening, bridesmaid, was similarly gowned. Both carried yellow carnations.
The groom's brother, Roy Clark, was best man, and Laverne Gieseke and William Saxon served as ushers.
The marriage service was beautified with vocal solos by Mrs. Howard Turner. Her selections were "Because" and "I Love You Truly". Mrs. E. Schaefer, the bridegroom's cousin, was at the organ. Church decorations consisted of white and yellow gladioli.
One hundred twenty guests were entertained at a wedding dinner and reception, immediately following the ceremony, at the Lutheran school hall in Roselle.
The newlyweds are spending their honeymoon at Yellowstone National park. Upon their return, they will reside at the bridegroom's address, 31 E. Pine st., Roselle, until going to Lafayette, Ind., in the fall for Mr. Clark to continue his schooling.
[In the next column in the same newspaper was an advertizement for "Gieseke Hardware"]
The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on May 3, 1962:4
Mrs. Laverne Gieseke and sons, John, David and Kenneth, returned Saturday from Fishkill, N. Y., where they spent ten days with her sister and brother-in-law, the Clarks. Mrs. Gieseke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hinshaw of Lombard, also made the trip.
The following article was published in the Chicago "Daily Herald" (Chicago, Illinois) on August 15, 1963:5
The Laverne Gieseke family and Mrs. Edwin Gieseke spent a week in New York, where they visited Mrs. Laverne Gieseke's sister and family, the Jim Clarks.
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