Daily News... For And About Women Tyler-Ruschkewicz Wedding Vows Are Spoken Wedding vows were spoken at who officiated at the double-ring 7 p.m. Saturday, April 3, by service. Miss Susan J. Ruschkewicz of The bride is the daughter of 302 S. Washington Ave. and Ed- Mrs. Harold Wardwell of Grand ward L. Tyler at the home of Rapids and Adam Ruschkewicz the Rev. Thomas Cavanaugh, of route 3 Ludington. Ludington Photo Center Photo Mr. And Mrs. Edward L. Tyler The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Edward J. Tyler of 410 N. Emily St. and the late Edward J. Tyler. The couple was attended by Mrs. Louis Nice, sister of the bride, of Manistee and Kevin Tyler. The bride wore a yellow floor- length gown with white lace accenting the long bell sleeves, and bodice of gown styled with lifted waistline above the gently gathered skirt. She carried a bouquet of white and yellow carnations and white lily-of-the- valley. Her headpiece was secured to a bouffant veil of illusion. Mrs. Nice, maid-of-honor, wore a light blue rayon floor- length gown. The bodice and sheer sleeves were trimmed with white lace. She wore a blue, bow headpiece and bouffant veil and carried a bouquet of blue and white carnations. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the Thomas Reed residence on Ivanhoe Road, where wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Gary Tyler. Miss Kay Tyler and Mrs. Gary Tyler cared for gifts. Miss Sheryl Foster, niece of the bridegroom, was in charge of the guest book, and Miss Marguerite Varenhorst served punch. Coffee and tea were served by Mrs. Gerald Foster and Mrs. Thomas Reed. Guests were present from Manistee, Free Soil, Muskegon, Greenville, Grand Raoids and Ludington. The bride is a 1966 graduate of Mason County Central High School and a' 1970 graduate of Ludington Beauty Academy. The bridegroom was graduated from Ludington High School in 1961 and is employed as a draftsman at Jackson Vibrators and works at Plumbs Ranch Market. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Tyler traveled to Niagara Falls, Canada on their wedding trip.