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Susan-Johnson Vows Are Heard Wedding vows of Miss Betty | Jane Buzan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buzan of 2231 North Twelfth Street, and James R. Johnson, son Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Johnson of Princeton, Ind., were heard at 8 o'clock last evening at the Maple Avenue Methodist Church. In the presence of a large group of relatives and friends, the vows were heard by the Rev. T. L. Stoyall, pastor of the church. Preceding and during the ceremony a program of bridal music was played by Mrs. Paul Thompson, organist, and Miss Jacqueline Cultice sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Tall baskets of white gladioli, palms and tiered candelabra hold-, _ , ing white cathedral tapers deco-j Due to '" health Mr- Welton has rated the altar. I recently retired to his Knox of the bridegroom's parents following the ceremony. The couple will leave Sunday night for California where they wil make their home in Taft and Mr. Center will be on the faculty of the Taft City Schools. * * * Parties Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Welton of R. R. 3, Vincennes, were honor guests at a surprise party given by several of Mr. Welton's former associates of the Railway Express Agency and their families. They presented him with a chair and matching ottoman. A co-operative luncheon was Mrs. E. K. Beller of Bloomington, Ind., sister of the bride, attended as matron of honor and George Johnson of Princeton, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were David Buzan, brother of the bride, and David Sullivan. County farm after 26 years of service with the express agency. Mr. and Mrs. Welton had been residents of Terre Haute for the past 15 years. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bunch, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wade, Mr. and Mrs. John + + + Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nor- THE BRIDE, given in marriage by • wood - Mr - an <* Mr s- Dora Love- her father, wore a white organdy : Iace and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. over taffeta gown, fashioned in j Tro >' e M'"er and son, Mr. and Mrs. Puritan style with fitted bodice | Richard Feld and daughter and with deep V-neckline and large | nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mace, collar coming to a V-shape both! 3 ' 1 of Terre Haute; Mr. and Mrs. front and back, short sleeves andl Ral P h Black and Mr. and Mrs. C. full ballerina length skirt with I H - McMillan of Danville, 111., Ned narrow blue velvet sash. She wore! Miller of Indianapolis and Mrs. BY a half-hat of white moire trimmed | Fred Stanley and son of East Chi- ijf e in blue velvet and carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. She also wore a strand of pearls, gift of the groom, and as "something old" and "something borrowed" she wore a gold bracelet worn by the bridegroom's mother and his four sisters at their weddings. Mrs. Beller was dressed in a cago. * * * Honoring Miss Joan Bidle, bride- elect of F. William Zwerner, Jr., a dessert-bridge and kitchen shower will be given at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Elks' Fort Harrison Country Club by Mrs. Richard Cross of north of the city and light blue dotted Swiss frock i Mrs. Max Havercamp of North styled with fitted bodice with V- Eighth Street. Moss green and neckline and small collar, short sleeves and full gathered ballerina length skirt, blue .half-hat She wore a navy and navy blue accessories and carried a colonial bouquet of blue and pink flowers gold, the wedding colors, will be carried out in the flowers and candles used for table decorations and the theme of the party will be carried out in the miniature kit- mother of the j cards bride, wore a black crepe dress trimmed in white with black hat and accessories and corsage of dark red rosebuds. UtensiU "> the Guests will be Misses Bidle. Jean Alice your 12, simple 6710, Winter nShfrlev plUS f Mar^ Brettell I f Pollock Ruth Priss Mr,™ Rrpttpll s Man- Jane Marshalland Mmes tern Mao jane Marshall, and Mmes. jhnnk 1 r> r- .i r> u * •«• 4 i ' b° A RECEPTION for 50 guests was! £" F OmaV Wmfams^Va^w ' - vo " held at the home of the bride's 1 c -i i if " llllams . Jr - Stanley parents following the ceremonv.! n^ 0 ',,"™ 1 Zw " n !; r - Delmar Del-, Iiam The bride's table was centered ? i Maria " Graham . J. ac ' k De ; j West with a three-tiered wedding cake i h ?,.•,; tleanor Justice 3ndj zie surrounded by greenery and white; >ees ° n ' „ table gladioli, on each side of which «.,,.,, „ the were lighted white tapers in crys- n^"™""*;,,* „"„, „?'£.. ~?f™J, yn i Miss Peggy Forsythe. Miss Betty:Misses Frances and Mary Anne Beauchamp and Miss Patty Cun- j Burke at their home on South diff. The couple left last night for a Eighth Street. Their guests will be Misses Ger- wedrting trip to Indianapolis and ] dink - Sally Jenkins. Rita Ann upon their return will make their: Reder. Marilyn Trierweiler. Nan ter home in the Griffith Court Apart-1 Parish, lone Thornton. Sue Ger-|; mcnts. The bride's eoing-away < dink. Rosemary Loyd. Helen i outfit was a navy blue dress worn!Guiier. Alice Crows, Helen Fagan, j ™r ^ cni r tCh1ng accessories and hei 1^ Cy Lundstr P om Pa '^ Min ^ ^l^et orcnm. . . , j nieppe Marth L 11 pjj

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  1. The Terre Haute Star,
  2. 20 Aug 1949, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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