Ewen Slabaugh Wedding Kokomo Tribune 14 May 1951

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Ewen Slabaugh Wedding Kokomo Tribune 14 May 1951 - Miss Donnabelle Ewen And Wilbur F. Slabaugh...
Miss Donnabelle Ewen And Wilbur F. Slabaugh Married Knox; Mr. and Mrs. Donald and family, South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cavert and son and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Means, In a double ring ceremony Sunday Sunday afternoon, Miss Donnabelle Ewen was married to Wilbur Franklin Slabaugh at the Main Street Methodist church. (Mr. and Mrs. Riley Myers, Wa- The bride Is the' daughter ofi baal1 ; Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKay, Mrs. Belle Ewcn, 743H South Macy; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tro- Courtland avenue, and Mr. andl es c h . Raub; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. EH W. Slabaugh, 908 South Kaufman, Sheldon, HI., and Mr. Washington street, are the bridegroom's bridegroom's parents. The wedding took place at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. Byron F. Stroh officiating before a setting and Mrs. Harold Slabaugh, Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Slabaugh are at home for the present with the bridegroom's parents. of palms, standards of white glad-1 Tne bride was graduated from ioli and two seven-branch candei- Kokomo High school in 1049 abra. William Walters played '"Always,' '"Always,' "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" and "Til the End of Time" preceding the ceremony and "Clair de Lune" as vows were exchanged. Miss Mary Rosalene Shaffer sang; "Because" and "The Lord's Pray-; er.'' The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Blanche Ewen, and Dean A. Grinstead served the bridegroom as best man. Kenneth Slabaugh of Sheldon, 111., brother of the bridegroom, and Wayne McElfresh McElfresh ushered. White lace over taffeta fashioned employed in the offices of the Public Service company. Mr. Slabaugh was a member of the 1950 graduating graduating class, is a student at I.U. center and is employed by the Kamber Clothing store. the bride's strapless street-length dress which was topped with a lace-over-taffeta jacket with self- covered buttons closing it in front, a high collar and long sleeves finished in bridal points. She wore D.K.G, Society Elects Officers At Last Meeting Miss Neva Sexton was elected president of Delta Kappa Gamma society at a luncheon meeting at the Peru Civic center Saturday. This was the last meeting until fall. Elected with Miss Sexton were Miss Elizabeth VanOsdal of Peru, first vice-president; Miss Doris white lace Juliet cap and rhinc-|R i n e r of Marion, second vice-presi- stone earrings and carried a cas- dent . Miss Ina Hornish of Peru, cade bouquet of white roses with recording secretary; Miss Edith a shower of satin streamers. E!lctl Rob bins, corresponding sec- The maid of honors gown m rcta ry, and Miss Thelma Ballard French blue was styled similar 0 * Marion , parliamentarian, to the bride s, with short bolero jacket, crystal buttons and Peter Pan collar. She wore lace mitts, navy shoes and hat and rhine- formal initiation also was a feature of the day's meeting. Initiates included Mrs, Zelma Boice, Mrs. Miller . . ,-.-.,- ~- and Miss Virginia stone jewelry. Her flowers were | Tripp eer of Kokomo and Miss a cascade of pink roses. Ruby Recd| Mrs _ Alice Dre schler and Miss Freida Tilberry o£ A short muslcale was presented daughter's For her Mrs. Ewen was attired blue with pink accessories. wedding, navy Mrs. by Peru members of the society. Slabaugh chose a gray suit with blue accessories. Their corsages were pink carnations One hundred guests greeted £"£. weUandTRutTR^ierrRita the new Mr. and Mrs. Slabaugh; Helmick, Leo Mishler, J. V. Meat a reception at the home of the bridegroom's parents. The bridal table was centered with a three- tier cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Candles in crystal holders flanked the cake and other appointments were in blue and white. I -- .,, -Mrs. -Mrs. Richard Berg, sister of thejKadlO AmatemS bridegroom, Mrs. Kenneth Slabaugh, Slabaugh, Miss Joyce Boruff and Mrs. William Shelton assisted in the dining room. Guests from out of town were Attending from Kokomo in addition addition to those already mentioned 1 were Mesdames Donald Black, Cool and L. E. Coombes; Misses Chestlna Williams, Florence Henley, Henley, Fern Shenk, Marjorie Finney, Dorothy Scherer, Mae Downey, Helen Kay and Loeraine Zimmerman. Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brubaker, Mrs. Faye Wysong, Lloyd Wysong Jr. and Merle Wysong, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crabb and family, Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thompson and daughters, Of Plans for 2-Day Exercise Next Month The Kokomo Amateur Radio club will hold its second meeting of the year at 7 o'clock Tuesday night at the Y.M.C.A. John DeLoTig will speak on amateur radio's new novice class and Tom Pruitt will give a talk on "Radio's Part in Emergency

Clipped from The Kokomo Tribune14 May 1951, MonPage 7

The Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, Indiana)14 May 1951, MonPage 7
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