Lanny and Darlene Barr wedding
Freeport (Id.) Journal-Standard Pg. 4 Thuri., Jan. 4, 1968 MRS. LANDIS BARR Candlelight Ceremony Is Performed Miss Darlene Raye Derj 1 and Landis Lee Barr exchanged nuptial vows on Dec. 9 in Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Lena before an altar decorated with evergreens and white candles. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. William Derr Jr. of rural Lena and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barr of Orangeville. The Rev. Allan E. Juenger performed the double-ring candlelight ceremony, and Mrs. David Schultz played nuptial music at the organ. Lace Yoke The bride wore an A-line gown with a yoke overlaid with lace and bell-shaped sleeves tf lace. The pleated lace train was attached to the back yoke. She carried a white orchid surrounded with red Sweetheart roses on a white Bible. A pearl crown headpiece secured her elbow-length veiling. Mrs. Elwyn Drye of Lena served her sister as matron of honor. Miss Susan Platt of Stockton and Miss Joan Hamel of Freeport were the bridesmaids, while Miss Patricia Ann Derr, another sister of the bride from Lena, was the junior bridesmaid. Wear Red Velvet The attendants wore Empire- styled gowns with, red velvet tops over white crepe bottoms, and they each carried red carnations on white muffs. Their headpieces were white fur bands. Jan Fager was the best man, while groomsmen were Robert Wagons and David Daughenbaugh. Kurt Flannery was the junior groomsman. Elwyn Drye, Lynn Barr, Les Barr and Larry Barr ushered. Steve Stich and Scott Stich were the candlelighters. A reception followed in the church parlors with decorations of Christmas greens as the centerpieces. Assist At Reception Assistants were Mmes. Harlan Rigney, Arlyn Zimmerman, Lynn Barr, John Foutch, Les Barr, Robert Jordan, John Beall, Clifford Rabe Jr. and Larry Barr, and Miss Bonnie Pengra. The new Mrs. Barr was graduated from Lena-Winslow High School, and is emplyed by the W. T. Rawleigh Co. in Freeport. Mr. Barr was graduated from Orangeville High School and is associated with Barr Trucking of Orangeville. The couple is now at home in Orangeville, on south East St. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Thursday, January 4, the fourth day of 1968. There are 362 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1790, George Washington delivered the first annual presidential message. On this date: In 1642, the English mathematician who discovered the law of gravity, Sir Isaac Newton, was born. In 1896, Utah was admitted to the Union as the 45th state. In 1921, the Rockefeller Foundation announced that yellow fever had been wiped out in Eucador. In 1936, the Nazis ordered military training for the children of Germany. In 1946, Gen. Douglas MacArthur invited 30 prominent American educators to help set up a democratic school system in occupied Japan. In 1948, Britain granted independence to Burma. Ten years ago—British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan proposed that the Western powers seek a pact of nonaggression with the Soviet Union. Five years ago — The United Nations said it was discontinuing news broadcasts to Hun-: gary. They had been started after the unsuccessful Hungarian revolt seven years earlier. One year ago—Eight art masterpieces worth $7 million were returned to a London art gallery four days after they had been stolen. Iceland earns more than 90 per cent of Its money from fishing.