Bill besser great nephew of Charles Frederick Besser
Barbara Largenl Wed Saturday To Bill Besser Mis? Barbara Larjrer.t. daughter of Mrs. Katherir.e Locke. 15-7 South Union street, and Bill E. Besser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Besser, S36 West State street, were married at St. Joan of Arc Catholic church at 9 o'clock Saturday morn-; ing. The Rev. Father George Lansing read the double ring ceremony be-. fore a background of deep pink glads and palms. The bride was attractive in a two-piece suit of white sharkskin, closed with gold-buttons and Tin-i ished with a fishtail back. She wore a white flower hat. accented with a veil, white accessories and a corsage of purple orchids and white stephanotis. Her or.ly je\v- elry was a two-strand pearl necklace necklace and she carried a white prayer- book. Miss Peggy King and Charles Marsalla attended the couple. Miss King's two-piece pink linen suit was worn with a lacy white straw hat. white accessories and a cor- sage of pink roses and blue del- phinium. Her gift from the bride *fiv n trnM r*nTrirm(*t n n (1 \T r Kes^er; was a gold compact and Mr. Besser presented his best man with a key chain. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Locke wore a navy blue dress with accessories of navy and white, and Mrs. Besser wore a white suit with' 'matching accessories. Their flow-' | ers w"- 1 P ink carnation corsages. Fifty guests greeted the new Mr.| and Mrs. Besser at a wedding! breakfast at the home of the bride's 'mother, Mr - ant From out of town v Mrs. William 1-argent of. : ttllr y. Mrs. Arthur Largent and. Mrs GeorBc Hus(in of i^Porte.: 'and C. W. McGmnis of Muncie. ' Vari-colored peonies and white 'candles were decorations for the. • tables and assisting in serving were! ! Mrs. Edward Noland, sister of the; ! bride, and Mrs. Roy Mason. j I On their return from a motor Itrip to Michigan. Mr. and Mrs.! Besser will be at home in an apart-: mont at C13 Sou(h Markct strcet . [The bride traveled in a black dress nnd matcninR accessories and also worB ncr orchid corsage. garage.