Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
Marriage Announced Mrs. Florence Rossow of Ravenna, Ohio, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Helen Louise, to Bernard Arthur Work of Rochester Mills. The double ring ceremony „ „, ' pink and white carnations! * ,-.',_ j -441 T^' 4 C^i. solemnized a\ the First Metho- cnurch, Ravenna, Saturday eve-j f. Ann! fi. nt 7-^rt \iTitN fT->« TJrt** ning, April 6, at 7:30 with the Rev. J Earl Henderson officiating. ryiu_ n , o> The altar was decorated with j ™* Ul *"l, fl ^!" ... a " d .^"^labra. Mrs. Earl Henderson played the nuptial organ recital. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Lester Rossow, was beautifully gowned in a white chiffon chiffon gown with'a square neckline and quilted white satin about the waist. She also wore a white quilted quilted satin jacket with short full puffed, puffed, sleeves. Her finger tip veil was trimmed with orange blossoms. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Mrs. Charles Rossow, sister-in- law of the bride, was her matron of honor. She was attired in a pink her corsage was of _. , — inujt: Charles Rossow, brother of the bride, served as best man. The usher was George McCauslin, uncle' - of the bride. Following the wedding, a recep- lion wis hplri fm- civt,r"""'» 7 "Trr ?" homPof thnhrw£ yi! «" tsat " 7e i ic uo. LIIL Ullues HI Caller. Mr. ' and'Vr^ 'wnrtT"^ mo " iei " . Ml ancl Mrs. Work will reside at 165 : North Diamond street, Ravenna.