Jean & Frank Keller Wedding

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Jean & Frank Keller Wedding - ·'"~" - --T^ Jean Armstrong , And Frank Marry...
·'"~" - --T^ Jean Armstrong , And Frank Marry in Church Miss Jean Elaine Armstrong, at tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Armstrong, 7525 Jackton avenue, wore a good looking citron yellow dress and hat trimmed with turf brown veiling for her bridal costume, when she and Frank Baxter Keller were united in marriage marriage last Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the First Presoyterian church. Miss Armstrong's accessories accessories for the atrcet length dress were turf brown and for bridal accents the carried white orchids and wore elbow-length white gloves. Mr. Armstrong gave his daugh-j ter in marriage during a candlelight candlelight service, at which the Rev. T. J. Simpson officiated. Music for the occasion was provided by Miss Lucille Zolkos, who sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." Robert and Walter Armstrong. brothers of the bride, were ushers for the groom, whose brother, Robert Keller, was best man. Mrs. Robert Harris served as matron of honor in a brown frock with which she wore a corsage of yellow roses. * Among the relatives and close friends present for the reception at the Park View tearoom, were the groom's parents, the Frank C. Kellers of 12 West Highland street, Calumet City. The bride's mother received in a navy blue dress, worn with a fiowered hat and the groom's mother was dressed in a light blue costume with a lavender chapea The bride, and employe in the o fice of the Pullman-Standard Man ufacluring company, is a graduat of Hammond high school and a tended Standard Business colleg. The groom, a graduate of Thorn ton Fractional high, attended th University of Illinois and Indian university extension division. He ; employed by the American Stee foundry. They are at home at th 48 Waltham street apartments. Guests here from out of town fo the wedding were Mrs. Baxter o Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Rober Keller of Peoria, 111., Miss Iren Waite and Mrs. Eleanor Wagner both of Cedar Rapids, la., and Mr and Mrs. John McCullough of Chi cago. 2 M the Feb who You of a of snap and

Clipped from The Times17 Feb 1943, WedPage 39

The Times (Hammond, Indiana)17 Feb 1943, WedPage 39
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