11 Dec 1960 The Daily Inter Lake (Kalispell, MT)
MR. AND MRS. ROLLA BRUCE SWARENS (Judith Ann Murphy) WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Miss Judith Ann Murphy of Colum- bus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Murphy Sr., and Rolla .Bruce Swarens of Seattle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Swarens "of Whitefish, exchanged rings :and vows in Community Congregational Church at Colum.:, bus Nov. 26, the 26th wedding anniversary of the bridegroom's parents. church parlors. The wedding cake was of three tiers witt trim of white roses and topped by wedding bells with of the valley. It was encirclec with huckleberry leaves. Beside it was placed the cake commemorating the wedding anniversary of the bridegroom' parents. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Mel Bergland, Mrs. Jack Fink, Mrs The Rev. Thomas S. Butleri Hem T Beckers, Mrs. Charle; read the nuptial rite at 3:30 p.m. and served communion to the bride and bridegroom. ; Baskets of white chrysanthe- Â·ymums banked the altar. Match- ing smaller bouquets graced the organ and communion table for the candlelight ceremony. Mrs. Davis, Miss Diane Fereck, Mis Nancy Hirst, Miss Patty Jo Davis and Miss Maggie Phalen Sorority sisters of the brid sang the Theta serenade sonj to the newlyweds. The young couple will be home in Seattle following . G. J. Nystul was organist and (wedding trip to Vancouvei Â·-.the. Rev. Lonnie Peterson was B. C. and Washington points. The bride was graduate' from Columbus High Schoo 'soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her gown .'Â· was of ivory silkened satin with rose point lace and miniature silk roses. Her headpiece, a cluster of matching roses, was caught to an elbow length veil of silk illusion. Her jewelry was a gold locket, the gift of the bridegroom, and she carried a bouquet of white rosebuds over a white Rainbow Bible. and attended Montana Stat University, where she was af filiated with Kappa Alph sorority. The bridegroom is graduate of Whitefish Higl School and received his bache lor of arts degree from MSU where he affiliated with Sigm Nu fraternity. He is employe in Seattle by the Seattle Firs National Bank. Miss Marlene Murphy was! A the 15Q her sisters maid of honor. were Mr and Mrs RQSS Bridesmaids wore MJSS Vicki Us, Jake Braig, Jerrv Seller, Fey o Shelby Mrs Gary Beck and Mr a n d b M rs. "Kenneth of Billmgs and Miss Patricia Murphy, sister of the bride. All w e r e attired in gold satin 'dresses with petal overskirts. They wore matching veiled pill box hats and carried bouquets ; of chrysanthemums, the bridesmaid's in lighter bronze. Karen and Eddie Hansen of Â·": Kalispell, cousins of the bride- l groom, were flower girl and : ring bearer. Her floor length frock was of avocado green. Â·.-.' Best man was Jake Braig of \Whitefish. Ushers were Jerry ..Beller of Whitefish, William Steinbrenner of Missoula and Robert Murphy Jr., brother of the bride. Scovill of Whitefish. MILK FOR MIXING NEW YORK (UPI) -- Milk- needs to have its status raised to that of a social drink, the Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station reports. The report is based on interviews with teenagers a n young adults in one Pennsylvania city. The 'teens said soft drinks are more appropriate than milk on dates, when dining out or at parties. The Pennsylvania report recommended special attention be given to party use of milk to improve A reception followed in the the liquid's status.