Murnan - Hehmann Rites
Murnan And Hehmann Rites Of Interest Here Miss Marianne Hehmann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hehmann j of Indianapolis, formerly of Kokomo. and Lieut. John Patrick Murnan. U. S. M. C, son of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Murnan, Tonkers,' N. T, were married at 9 o'clock; Monday morning at St. Philp Neri; Catholic church. White gladioli and! lighted tapers decorated the altar, j The Rev. Albert Busald officiated! at the double ring ceremony. T,he! senior choir assisted in the service j and Mrs. Clarence Watson of Vin-i cennes, aunt of the bride, sang "Ave! ; Maria" and "I Love Tou Truly." i j Miss Marilyn Rathel of Kokomo.! jwho was maid of honor, wore ai jgown of blue brocaded taffeta and! | carried a bouquet of red roses. The' DeWItt, iAll wore shoulder length veils to match their dresses. Escorted by her father, the bride an- wore- a gown of white satin fash-!.'" ap- jioned with a fitted bodice, long! their i sleeves and full skirt extending into! tr 'P to Pennsylvania with the bride thoughts I traveling in a black gabardine suit, Persian lamb trimmed gold to „,., bridesmaids. Miss Greta Murnan of 1 Tonkers. sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Grace Hawn of Kokomo! wore pink marquisette gowns and' : carried bouquets of yellow roses i ' *" -•--• ' Lo- ' a train. Her two tiered finger-tip 1 ' veil fel1 f rom a tiara of orange bios-: 711!4 :«>«ns and she carried a whito prayer! at |book, carried by her mother at her, °* place | own wedding. A white orchid top-; night. ped the Bible. Francis Maitre of Tonkers was best man, and Walter Davenport on at and Thomas Gilday ushered. and! Following a wedding breakfast at! Ted- [Cifaldi's, there was a reception in jthe Hehmann home. Mrs. G. L. j Rathel and daughter, Rosemary, T he couple has left on a wedding! were among the guests. were celebra- over Gail their twin as all euchre Sunday guests of the David '• „,..., 7 'P cqat and black accessories After home ta y R V C °Z Bt i at nome '" ? altlmo «-«. Md The The bride w as graduated from by Kokomo High school and has been employed 'in the shopping service of an Indianapolis store. The bridegroom is now on terminal leave after serving three years in the Pacific theater. Mr. and Mrs. Hehmann entertained the bridal party and immediate families at a buffet-dinner at their home Sunday night. Miss Hehmann presented her attendants with silver pins and Mr. Murnan's gifts to his best man and ushers were billfolds !