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 - a Miss Mary Elizabeth Powell Becomes Bride oi...
a Miss Mary Elizabeth Powell Becomes Bride oi William Henry Jungclaus The Second Presbyterian church was the scene of one of the most beautiful of the June weddings, Tuesday evening, when Miss Mary Elizabeth Powell, - daughter of Mr. and Mr. Frank Ferry Powell, became the bride of William Henry Jungclaus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Jungclaus. tvi rv. Jean 3. Milner. castor of .with long sleeves, chiffon embroi of ceremony. the church, read the service before the altar, which was banked with palms and elbottum ferns and lighted with cathedral candles in four, seven - branch candlelabra. ' Standards of white peonies and lilies Interspersed the greenery. The brackets, down the side walls of the church, were entwined with smllax and each held a lighted white taper. Clusters of white peonies and gladioli marked the family pews. While the guests were being seated. Charles F. Hansen, organist, played a program of bridal airs, playing The Lord Is Mr Shepherd" immediately before the "Bridal Chorus - irom i - o - hengrin - (Wagner), which marked the entrance of the bridal party. The Wedding March from A Midsummer Nights Dream" (Menaeissonnj v used for the recessional. The bride's attendants were gowned In chiffon. In the rainbow shades. fashioned with long shirred bodices, and full skirts, a little longer in the back than In the front, with large taffeta bows to - match falling - in streamers from the waist line. Miss Amelia Brown, of Louisville, maid of honor, wore a gown of flesh - colored chiffon, fashioned similarly to those of the bridesmaids, and she carried an arm bouquet of Sweetheart. Dorothy Perkins and Butterfly rosea. Miss Marea Hauetsen. In orchid, and Miss Carolyn Richardson, In pink, brides maids, entered first, and carried arm bouquets of Butterfly roses; Miss Eve lyn Barnes, in green, and Miss Jane Griffith. In yellow, entered next, and carried bouquets of Columbia and Briar Cliff roses, and Miss Susann Moffat, of Madison, in blue, and Miss Alice Llppincott, of Rlverton. N. J In peach, entered Just before the maid of honor, and carried Amelia Gude and Aaron Ward roses. Will iam Kothe was best man and Malcolm Jillson. Robert Blaekman. Jeremiah L. Cadlck. Allan Miller. Vol - ney M. Brown and Cameron Moag were usners. ' The bride, who was given in mar' rlage by her father, wore a lovely gown oi wmte satin lashioned in De riod style, with long crushed bodice dered with seed pearls forming the yoke and cuira. The fun skirt lormea train. She wore a long tuue veu. arranged In cap effect, with lace, and caught with clusters of orange bios soms. and she carried a shower bou quet of Bride roses and lilies of the valley, A reception at the Woodstock Cluo followed the ceremony. The receiving line stood before a bank of palms and summer flowers. Boxwood trees and summer flowers were used throughout the rooms in decoration. Mrs. Powell. mother of the bride, wore green chif fon with a shoulder bouquet of or chlds and Mrs. Jungclaus. mother of the bridegroom, received in a gown of chiffon, shading from yellow to maize. with an orchid shoulder bouquet. The bridegroom's grandmothers, Mrs. Wil liam P. Jungclaus and Mrs. Henry W, Langenberg. received with them. Mrs. W. P. Jungclaus was gowned in black lace and Mrs. Langenberg in gray chiffon' combined with lace. The bridal table was arranged with a tiered wedding cake on a mound of white flowers, lighted white tapers, in silver holders, and vases of white roses and lilies of the valley also were used In decoration. . Out - of - town guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Breneman and Miss Betty Breneman. of Cincinnati; Miss Margaret Semple, Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Brown. Garvin Brown and Lyons Brown, arid Evarts Speed. Louisville: Mrs. Mary C. Al len. Seattle; Dr. and Mrs. C A. Ihle, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pax ton Price. Dayton. O, and Mrs. J. E. Mc - Farlan. Connersvule. A&r. ana Mrs. jungcuus lelt lor a motor trip through the east, and win be at home with the bride's parent untu ine completion or their new m of win the is day . home at ISO West ; Fort Aourth street. aooui eepiemoer x. The bride trav eled in a dark blue ensemble with mouse cmoroiaerea in wmie. witn a nat to match the outfit. Mrs. June claus attended Miss Wright's School at sryn Mawr and Miss Moxley's School at Rome. Italy. Mr. Jungclaus is a graduate of Purdue University. at f of

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 20 Jun 1928, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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