Clipped From Logansport Pharos-Tribune
E!eM togansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune PHYLLIS RUSSOW, WILLIAM SUITER WED IN.MONT1CELLO CHURCH RITES Miss Phyllis Jean Russow and William S. Suiter were united in marriage during a ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Monticello Methodist church with the Reverend Gilbert Piker officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Russow. and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs.- K.athlyn Suiter, all of Monticello. The decoration of the altar carried out the bride's chosen color motif of multiple shades of blue with delphinium sprays in blue arranged with white stock in bouquets. Palms and an open Bible completed the setting. Mrs. T. V. ' Koontz, organist, played bridal selections and accompanied Harold Haughee when he sang "I Love You Truly," "The Lord's Prayer," and "Wedding Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace over satin fashioned with a bouffant chapel-length train. skirt and a The scoop neckline was edged with scallops of lace accented with pearls and sequins, and the long sleeves ta pered to bridal points fiver the hands. She wore a cap of Chantilly lace, securing her fingertip veil of illusion. Her cascade b up of orchids, white butterfly quet was made stephanotis and roses. Miss Sharlene Russow was her sister's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Ann Paschen, of Monticello , and Mrs. James Watson, of Brookston. Identical ballerina-length gowns of corresponding shades of blue were worn, by the attendants. DQ- signed of crystalette over taffeta and net, the gowns featured cummerbunds of a lighter shade ol blue. A bow In back of the prln- cess style gowns extended in a sash to the hemline. The necklines were sqoop and the sleeves very short. They wore seed pearl headbands securing small circular veils. They carried colonial nosegays ot blue tinted carnations. Dee Sites, cousin of the bride, was a flower girl, and wore a gown of pink crystalette over taffeta. She carried a French basket trimmed with blue net and containing Sweetheart roses. Patrick Tyler, four-years-old, was ring bearer and carried a Chantilly lace and satin pillow. The brother-in-law o£ the bridegroom, James Watson, of Brookston, served as best man, and ushers were Allen Schlegelmileh, Charles Hussow, Ronald Swayzee and Sam Gregory Sites. The country home of the bride's parents, northeast of Monticello, was the scene of a reception following the ceremony. A four-tiered wedding cake, sherbert punch, nuts and mints were served. Assisting were Mrs. Herbert Petrich, Jr., Mrs. Raymond Martens, Logansport; Donna Sue Sites, Susan Sites, Bettie Brown. Judith Setly, Jo Ann Young, Patsy Barlow, Sharon Clark and Kay Piatt. Sharon Dittman and Kap Parrish registered the guests. Sandra Dyer entertained with a piano recital. The couple left Sunday evening for Olympia, Washington, where the bridegroom is stationed with the US Army. He was engaged in farming prior to entrance into the service. The bride has been employed as secretary to Principal C. M. Ryan at the Roosevelt high school. She is a member of Tri Kappa sorority. Both she and her husband are 1956 graduates of the Monticello high school.