Anderston Daily Bulletin July 31, 1964 Marraige Occurs July 19
William Marriage Occurs July 19 today on hip a of On Sunday, July 19, Miss Dixie Sue Workman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Workman, RR 6, became, the bride of Floyd T. Whitelouse, son of J. L. Whitehouse of Lexington, Ky., and Mrs. Pauline Whitehouse of Anderson. The Rev. Walter F. Neal officiated at the double-ring ceremony at Beall's Chapel Methodist Church, on RR 6. The altar was flanked with baskets of white gladioli and lavender asters. Miss Sandra Barbee of Alliance, Ohio, sang bridal airs, and Rex E. Delph of Fortville was the pianist. The bride chose a floor-length sheath dress of white satin with elbow-length sleeves and a slightly-scooped neckline which dipped low in back to a tailored bow, from which extended an illusion jtrain. Her finger-tip veil was caught into a crown of sequins and pearls. She carried white Bible covered with white roses and stephanotis. Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant necklace, a gift from the bridegroom. Attending the bride was her sister, Miss Barbara Workman, who wore a street-length lavender crepe dress with a slim skirt, short sleeves and a draped neckline. She carried white and lavender carnations in a nosegay arrangement. Best man was Luther Searfoss of Indianapolis, a college roommate of the bridegroom. Ushers were Donald Sheets of Nap- MR. AND MRS. FLOYD t, VVrf/fEHOUSE Bedford, former college roommate of the bride. Serving at dress with a pleated skirt. the reception were Mrs. Adrian -- - Â· - Â· Huff and Mrs. Thomas King of Anderson; Mrs. Robert Barnes of Daleville and Mrs. Richard Syferd of Thorntown. The bride's mother chose an orchid dress with white acces- panee, a former college room- sories for her daughter's mar- nate of Mr. Whitehouse; Ralph Whitehouse of Anderson, the latter's brother, and William Workman of Anderson, brother of the bride. Presiding at the guest registry was Miss Claudia Beyers of riage. The bridegroom's mother sity and was graduated from wore a white dress with black into a two-piece green crepe The bride is a graduate of Lapel High School and Anderson College and she taught sopho- ---more English at Dyer Central High School in Dyer, Ind., last year. The bridegroom is a graduate of Anderson High School, attended Butler Univer- accessones. . Porter Business College. He presently an EEG technician For a wedding trip through the U.S. Navy stationed at Kentucky and then on to Mas-, Chelsea Naval Hospital, in sachusetts by way of Niagara sea, Mass., where the couple Falls, N.Y., the bride changed I residing at 18 Beacon St.