Clipped From Logansport Pharos-Tribune
CHARLES L WILKINSON AND BRIDE Pohlman Studio. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES L.OYD WILKINSON are shown following their marriage ail: 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, December 24, at the Broadway 'Methodist church with the Reverend Benjamin Franklin offieiaiting at the rites. The bride is the former Patricia Louise Russow. The double ring ceremony united in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Russow, 416 Barfletit street, .and «he son of Mr. aind Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson, 2121 High street. Red and white gladioli and palms banked the .altar where the couple was married. Hollis Johnston was soloist and sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because," accompanied by Mrs. Flory. j Mrs Gail Jones,, route two, city, attended the bride as matron of honor, and best man was Clyde Wilkinson, stationed' with the USAF ait -Liacoln Field, Nebraska. Ushers 'were Danny Russow, brother of the bride, and Duke Crismaa, cousin of the bridegroom. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a Dressmak- jer suit of white wool trimmed in white satin accented with a white satin hat. white gloves and pearl earrings. 'She carried a bouquet of white carnations centered with a corsage of red' roses. Mrs. Jones attended in a light blue faille dress complimented •with a navy blue tat and accessories, white' gloves 1 and pearl ear- rirjgs, a gift of the bride. She wore a corsage of white carnations. For her" daughter's wedding, Mrs. Russow selected a navy blue | suit trimmed' in white with navy | and white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. A pluin colored Dressmaker suit was worn by the mother of the j bridegroom -who accented her ensemble with a pink rhinesitone trimmed hat, pint and black accessories and a pink, rose corsage. Nearly 100 guests attended the j reception at the church basement following the ceremony. Three tiered wedding cake trimmed with pink roses was served by the following hostesses: Miss Josephine Woolley, Mrs'. Lucy Pierick, Miss' Ann Wilkinson and Miss Jann Bird. Following a short wedding trip tc Lafayette, the bride will reside with her parents and her busbartd will return to Camip Chaffee, Arkansas, where he is stationed with the US' Army. The bride is 1 a 1954 .graduate of the Logansport high school and is employed at the State hospital. The bridegroom is a member of the 1952 graduating class of the local high school and attended Indiana University. Out-of-town guests attending the affair were: Miss Josephine Wool- tey, Miami, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. David' Lloyd and family, Eltehart; and Mrs. Jaimes Wilkinson, Carbondale, Illinois. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Dessert suggestions: cut up fresh oranges and sprinkle them with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Chill and serve.