Darrell Pufahl Wedding 1961
Six Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana The Hopewell North Presbyterian Presbyterian church was the scene Sunday afternoon, October 8, of an impressive impressive 2:30 o'clock wedding ceremony which united Miss Phyllis Marie Cohee and Darrell D. Pufahl in marriage. The bride is the daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cohee, rural .route 1, Camden. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clarence Pufahl, Royal Center. The Reverend Dallas Landrum performed the double ring ceremony ceremony before an altar banked with palms and fall-colored bouquets. A white carpet ascended to the altar. The family pews were marked with large white satin bows. Myra Johnson, organist, accompanied accompanied Kay Shriver, soloist, who sang the traditional bridal aires. Karen Seward attended the bride as maid of honor with Barbara Barbara Johnson, Christina Forgey and Carolyn Binkley as bridesmaids. bridesmaids. Bobbi Lou Binkley served as flower girl. . Jack Rhody served the groom as best man and D. R. Hoffman, Daryl Seward and Bill Cohee were ushers. Charles and Mike Pufahl attended their brother as candlelighters. Mark Cohee was the ring bearer. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was lovely in a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle over taffeta. The molded bodice of lace was highlighted by a scalloped scalloped Sabrina neckline. The lace scallops were appliqued with ir- ridescent sequins. Her long lace sleeves tapered -to bridal points over her hands. The bouffant, floor-length skirt formed tiers of scallops of the matching lace. A double scalloped Swedish crown of lace appliqued with irridescent sequins, pearls and crystals, held VFW JUNIOR BAND The VFW Junior Band of Post 3790 was selected by the Department Department to lead the parade at thi State Soldier's Home in Lafayetti recently. Attending from' the local posT, and auxiliary were: Mr. and Mrs Isadore Davis, Mr. and Mrs. David Bair, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poff, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roach, Lillian Webster, S u e Weimer, Dorothea Mo.refiead, lona Nicoll and Ed Burkett. Representing the Youth Units were Linda 'and Peggy Peggy Roach. VFW drill team-Ronnie, team-Ronnie, Bim and Pete Roach. Don Hayworth, director, was also present. present. Refreshments were served after after which a tour of the hospital .was made. r ast a bouffant imported pure silk ulle veil. She carried an orchid surrounded by one dozen white roses and stephanotis. The maid of honor appeared in apricot sheath dress accented by a melon tunic. The dress fea- ured a round neckline and three- quarter sleeves. She wore a of the matching tunic color, secured 'a nose-length veil. She carried a crescent bouquet of funi mums surrounded by pompons an apricot shade. The other bridal attendants' dresses were the same'style'as ':hat of the maid of honor's with ;he dresses of melon and tunics he apricot. They carried the ouquets. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Cohee selected a teal blue silk jacket dress with navy blue and white accessories. Her attire was accented by a corsage of white and yellow pompons. The groom's mother chose, a beige Brocaded with beige and brown accessories. She wore a corsage of autumn shaded pompons. A reception for 175 guests was leld following 'the ceremony at *e church. Kay Sadler registered the guests as they entered. Hostesses were: Delores Pufahl, Karen Patterson, Rose Ann O'Connor O'Connor and Janet Berry. Taking care of the gifts were: Helen Rozzi, Mary Binkley, Mary Cohee, Darlene McKinney, Vicki Rozzi, Jeanette Rozzi and Donna Rozzi. The bridal table was covered white satin with an overlay of apricot tulle ,-nd on either end was a nosega;- of apricot and melon satin bows accented with vari- gated mums. Centering the table was a four tier wedding cake frosted in white with varigated roses and sugar bells edged in ?old. Double wedding rings with a^miniature bridal couple, topped the cake. ' Apricot punch, mints and- nuts were served by the hostesses assisted assisted by-Mrs. Otis Brown. The gift table was covered in white satin. , . For a trip to the south, the bride departed in a gray wool suit with black accessories which was highlighted by the orchid "corsage taken from her bridal bouquet. bouquet. The bride is a 1958 graduate of the Deer Creek high school was a former employe of the Logansport Machine company. Her husband is a 1958 graduate of the Royal Center high school is a junior at Wabash College. The couple will reside at 600 West Pike street, Crawfordsville.