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Charles & Jolen McAndrew Marriage 1956
trimmed. the the at Albion report on 200 Guests Hear Couple Speak Voivs Two hundred relatives and friends witnessed the marriage of Jolen May Hungerford and Charles Nor- nian McAndrew, Saturday. The couple plighted their troth at p. in. in the First Evangelical United Brethren church with the *ev. R. H. Lindley officiating. For he double ring ceremony, the church was decorated with pink arkspur and white stock. Mrs. E. ". Christie was organist. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hungerford, 1110 Maynard drive, are parents of the bride. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William McAndrew of 1165 Maynard. Mr. Hungerford gave his daughter in marriage. She chose a floor-length gown of French hnnd-clippcd rosepoint lace and nylon tulle over nylon net and slipper satin. The molded bodice featured long lace sleeves and a scooped, appliqued neckline. The bouffant skirt extended into a court train of tulle. A tiara of iridescent sequins and - seed pearls held a fingertip veil and blusher of imported imported silk illusion. She carried a white orchid .with garlands of stephanotis and wore a single strand of pearls. Attending the bride were Mrs. Larry flatten, a cousin, matron of honor; Diana Hungerford of Fort Wayne, cousin, bridesmaid; and Jeanne May Clark, cousin, flower girl. They were attired in waltz- Icngth gowns of pink lace over nylon nylon net and t a f f e t a . Pink carnations carnations outlined the pink satin fan the attendants carried. They wore pink carnations in their hair. Doil McAndrew was his brother's best man, and William McAndrew was groomsman for his son. The Stuppy had charge of the cake, Miss Ruth Ann Crossman of the guest book and the Misses Patti Riley and Virginia Brant of the gifts. The couple will reside at Buchanan, Buchanan, where the groom is employed Desenberg's Clothing store. He Is graduate of the Buchanan high school and served two years with -he U. S. army. Tile bride is a Benton Harbor high school graduate and until recently recently was Municipal Court clerk. The newlyweds are honeymoon- ng in Northern Michigan. Dinner Final Event A dinner marks the close of the eason Saturday night when the lomemaking and hospitality com- nitttecs of the Women of the net at Larson's in Lakeside. Prizes during the evening went Mrs. Ann Timm and Mrs. Helen Phillis. guests were seated by two uncles of the brirte, Ronald Hungerford and Carol Hungerford. Guests were received beginning 7 p. m. in the Amvets hall on Territorial road. Assisting were Mrs. J. Ernest Cowgill, cousin of the jricle; and Mrs. C. A. Clark, Earl Bell, Mrs. Harvey Hungerford, Mrs. Ira Fisher and Mrs. Fred Hungerford, all aunls of the bride. The couple left for a wedding through the southern states. Both Mr. nnd Mrs. McAndrew are graduates of Benton Harbor high school. He served for three years in the army and'is currently employed at Superior Steel and Malleable Castings company. WHAT BETTER PICNIC OR