Recent Ceremony Unites Mildred Ann Formigoni Is A i Tirr T-S Â· m r Bridal And Warren Dennis is stationed at Greenville Air Force Base. The marriage of Miss Mildred Ann Formigoni to Warren Dennis Taft was solemnized in a double ring ceremony at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 2 p. m., June 5. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Formigoni and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gail Taft of Indianapolis, Ind. The Rt. Rev. Monsignor Martin Maloney performed the ceremony before the altar which was decorated with baskets of white gladioli surrounded with Easter lilies. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a hand-clipped chyritilly reembroidered lace dress over ruffles of nylon tulle, out the green and white color- v,ith a redingote effect waltz-[scheme. The luncheon table was length skirt. Her veil of illiision Luncheon At Club Honors Miss Smith The Highland Club on Lake Washington was the scene of a luncheon Friday honoring Miss Catherine Louise Smith, bride- elect of Lt. Richard Lee Barnard, of Portland, Oregon. Hostesses were Mrs. Cornelius A. Bostick, and Mrs. Arthur A, Clarke. Arrangements of Easter Lilies and Queen Anne's Lace were used to decorate the lounge, carrying was attached to a crown of matching thread lace outlined in seed pearls, and she carried a while orchid with feathered car- centered by a similar arrangement of flowers and foliage. Miss Smith wore for the occasion a pin-checked black and white sack dress with a fichu ol while organdy and patent acces scries. She was presented with a gift corsage of pink carnations. Twelve close friends of the hono ree attended. and carried a cascade bouquet of j WCTAT A , deep rose feather carnations. Her V T VV /\UAU1U1 Sandra he TV Toler, nations on a prayer book with carnation streamers. Mrs. John Michael Azar was matron of honor. She wore a ballerina length dress of pink chiffon with a sweetheart neckline E deep accessories were pink.