Clipped From The Evening News
Weddings DELBRinoE - Rtmri Before a lighted Christmas trep in her home at Les CheneiiUx Club, Michigan, Miss Audrey E. Rii'dd, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Edward C; Rudd, became the bride of Beryl J. Deibridge, at '11:30 a. m. Neiv Year's Day. The Rev. Mr. Hoos of the Sault officfate'd. To the strains of the wedding march from "Lohengrin" played by her cdiisln, Miss Alice Talbol, the bride e'htcred trie living room on fh'e arm of her father. She wore a floor length gown of egg-shell satin with matching slippers and a finger-tip length veil. Her flowers word ah arm B6un(uet of talisman roses. During the: ceremony she wore her mother's engagement ring, a blue sapphire. . , Her sister, i/lfiene Rudd, attended her .as maid of honor, wearing a floor length gown ,6£ pink taffeta with a matchihg: head wreath and silver slippers. Her arm Bouquet was of pink roses.- The bride's youngest sister, Colleen Rudd, was Junior bridesmaid. She wore a dress of old ros'e taffeta vith matching accessories and carried a bouquet of carnations and pompoms. Assisting the bridegroom as best man was Paul J; Conklin of New IxHhrop, Michigan. The bride's Jrother, Edward Toomsrhan. Rudd, Jr., was Immediately following the ceremony dinner was served to members of the wedding party at a long table decorated with flowers and a three,-layer wedding cake topped with a. miniature bride arid bridegroom. A reception for about 40 guests took place frorri 1:30 to 3:SO. after which Mr. arid Mrs. Delbridge left for a motor trip through lower Michigan. They will make their home at New Lothrop. Mrs. Delbridge is a graduate of Cedarville high school and of Briggs stenographic school at Owosso, and attended the Melba Beauty school at Lansing. Mr. Delbridge is a graduate of the New Lothrop high school and attended Michigan Stale College. He is now in business at New Lothrop.