Kokomo Tribune June 17,1955

David and Barbarba's Wedding

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Kokomo Tribune June 17,1955 - Palms and bouquets 'of snowballs and fed roses...
Palms and bouquets 'of snowballs and fed roses 'flanked an altar arrangement arrangement of two pairs of ^seven- branch, candelabra .at' the First Church- of -the ^Nazarene Thursday night for the • marriage, of -Miss Barbara Mae Guge-to:David Lee Stover. The "Rev. M..K. MUlikan read the double ring ceremony. Lighted candies stood in the windows, windows, and family pews were'markT ed with white satin bows. The bride is'the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orla Rex Guge, 920 E. Monroe, St., and the'bridegroom's parents are Mr.-''and, Mrs. John Everett Stover, 929,S. Elizabeth St During a prelude of piano selections, selections, Mrs. Kenneth Fisher,^ aunt of the bridegroom, played 1 "One Alone," "Indian -Love Call" and ing the ceremony, Stover O f"white roses. "0 Promise Me." Vocal numbers by Robert .L. Hosteller, the bridegroom's bridegroom's uncle, included "I Love You Truly" and ."Because." • Dur- Mrs. Fisher played "The Lord's Prayer." The bride,.in a gown of white gave her in marriage. Her dress was designed with full skirt in ballerina ballerina length and-- bodice featuring a round neckline. Her veil was fingertip length,'and she wore a rhinestone necklace, a gift from the bridegroom. Her flowers were white rosebuds with pink and blue streamers adorning a white Bible. .A ballerina frock of blue net over rayon,.styled with round.neckline, was worn by-Mrsl Harold Harris, matron of honor. Her accessories were in pink,, and she carried a colonial bouquet '.of.pink carnations. carnations. Her necklace and earrings were gifts :from."the bride.'" The bridegroom's brother, Everett Everett L. Stover, attended bun as best man. Ushers were Richard Guge, brother of the' bride, and William Overholser. Mrs. Guge was attired in a gown of pink nylon cfciffp'n with accessories accessories in white. Her corsage was gj^j a pjujj carnation corsage, A gray and pink print dress of nylon, jersey was chosen ,by Mrs. Stover who/rore white accessories y on at the home of the groom's parents. Centering the bridal table, which was covered with a rayon Damask cloth,. Donahue, grandmother and sister P°ration employe. t) Hartvflle Highland Sixty'guests attended the" recep- a three-tiered wedding cake topped with .miniature bride and bride-by groom dolls under a cluster of wed- ding bells. Reception assistants were Mrs. Fred Hosteller and Mrs. Albert of the bridegroom; and Mrs. Margaret Margaret McDuffie, aunt of the bride. Following the reception, the couple left for a short wedding trip to Michigan and Ohio. For traveling, the bride chose a pink and white, checked cotton dress ac- cented with lace'trim.' / Her acces- sories were in white. • . The couple wfll be at home after June 20 at 2300 N. Bell St. The bride is employed at Grume's Drive-In, and the bridegroom, a jsuvq-ju, ouu me uuucsiuum, a 1952 graduate of Kokomo w; E Scbool, is a .Continental Steel Cor-J Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hostetler of Galveston Galveston and Mrs. Ray Imlay of

Clipped from The Kokomo Tribune17 Jun 1955, FriPage 32

The Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, Indiana)17 Jun 1955, FriPage 32
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