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 - Social Events ... Miss Frances Ctter Weds...
Social Events ... Miss Frances Ctter Weds Richard Hyland In St. Victor's Church Rev E. C. McCollow received toe wedding vows of Miss Frances Carolyn Etter, 1917 12th street, and Richard J. Hyland at 9 a. m. this morning in St. Victor's church. Lighted candles and baskets of flowers decorated the altar. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Etter, Argyle, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael R- Hyland, 808 17th avenue. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a floor-length gown of chantilly lace over white bridal satin. The fitted bodice was buttoned to the waist with small covered buttons and featured a Peter Pan collar, long pointed sleeves and a yolk of nylon tulle. The full gathered skirt had a pleated nylon tulle insert in the center front and extended into a slight train. Her finger-tip veil was held by a satin tiara trimmed with pearls. She carried an orchid attached to a white prayer book with white satin streamers tied with white hyacinth blossoms. Miss Norma Helley, a friend of the bride, served as maid of honor wearing a net over taffeta gown with a fitted bodice and a skirt of tiered ruffles. The dress was shafted from a pale pink bodice to American beauty at the hemline. She wore a matching stole and carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations. Miss Barbara Jean Etter, sister of the bride, acted in the role of bridesmaid wearing a gown styled identically to that of the maid of honor shaded from a light blue bodice to bright blue at the hemline. Miss Hazel Howard was in charge of the guest book. James Hyland served his brother as best man and Thomas Hyland, a brother, acted as groomsman. Ushers were Y incent O'Flaherty and Richard Maurer. A choir sang the nuptial music accompained by Sister Mary Aquinas at the organ. Terry Hyland, brother of the bridegroom, served the nuptial mass. The bride's mother wore a gray sharkskin suit with navy and' white accessories while Mrs. Hyland wore a navy blue suit with navy and white accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations and garnet roses. A noon wedding dinner was served at the Swiss Wheel for members of the bridal party and families. The bride graduated from Argyle high school in 1951 and has been employed at the Monroe Specialty Co. Her husband is a 1951 graduate of Monroe high school and is owner and operator of Hyland's Cities Service station. Following a wedding trip in the East they will live at 1203% 12th street. Miss Olson Honored Charlene R. Ho/comb, Edward Trow Married In Monticello Church MONTICELLO (Times Special) —In a candlelight ceremony performed last evening in Zwingli Evangelical and Reformed church by Rev. A. R. Achtemeier, Charlene Ruth Holcomb, daughter of Clarence Holcomb, exchanged nuptial promises will) Edward Trow, Evansville. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Will Trow of Brooklyn. During the ceremony, Miss Lura Heinzelman, Monroe, sang "Through the Years," "At Dawning" and "Because." She was accompanied by Miss Wanda Trow, Madison, who played the wedding marches. A bridal gown of imported lace over satin fashioned with a fitted strapless bodice and a lace jacket was worn by Miss Holcomb. The floor length skirt was of net and lace. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a seed pearl crown and she carried a bouquet of white carnations and garnet roses as she walked to the altar with her father. Mrs. Roy Hess, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The bridesmaid was Miss Darlyn Rufer, a cousin of the bride. Attendants gowns were floor length in blue and pink respectively. They carried pink carnation bouquets. Lyle Trow was best man for his brother and the groomsman was Kenneth Holcomb, brother of the bride. Roy Hess and Burdell Trow ushered. A reception for the immediate families was held in the parish house following the ceremony. Mrs. La Verne Wahl was in charge of the guest book. A dance honoring the couple will be held tonight ni Karlen's hall. Out-of-town guests came from Monroe, Madison, Brooklyn, Albany, Evansville and Highland, Ind. The couple will live on Route 3, Evansville, where he is engaged in farming. Stringed Instrument Students To Present Recital in Afternoon A public recital will be presented tomorrpw afternoon at 2:30 in the Universalist church by stringed instrument students of Miss Marie Spec. Accompanists for the performers will include Fred Ainsworth, Betty Baker, Judith Germann, Marian Kundert, Marie McGuire, Rhea Schadt, Joan Severson and Hedwig Studer. Viola selections will include the national anthem by Lucy Ann Sowl and "Gipsy Melody" by Nathan Andereck. Cellists selections will be folk melodies by Elaine Andrews, "Berceuse" by Beverly Blanc and "Sleeping Princess" by Elaine Rubi. Miss In marriage Lindsay, Lindsay, Rohl, Rohl, solemnized Rev. A the preceded were The gown carnations. bearer, a Miss gowns taffeta over in net length Both velvet bouquets tinted in • The with Elizabethan had skirt prayer and her Roy

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  1. Monroe Evening Times,
  2. 27 Feb 1954, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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