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[Ludwig and Kerkhoff Wedding Service Read at Zion Church coats, no prices sound merchandise. And pricel pref- sav- toasty Curb Zion Lutheran church ivas the|collego and is employed as book- ' , West scene of a pretty midsummer candlelight wedding at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night when Miss Lillian Jtarie Kerkhoff, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Kerkhoff, Kokomo route 2, became the bride of Kermit T. I^udwig, son of Mrs. Carrie Ludwig, Kokomo route 1. The Rev. Walter R. Vandro offi- jciated at the double ring ceremony ' before a setting of seven-branch candelabra, altar vases of pink and white asters, baskets of deeper pink gladioli and palriis. Martin Pohlman of Fort Wayne, organist, played the traditional wedding marches for the processional processional and recessional, "Oh, Perfect Love" and "With the Lord Begin Thy Task" during the exchange of vows. Mrs.' Clarence Kerkhotf sang "Take Thou My Hands and Lead Me" after the processional and Mozart's "Oh Lord on High" after the pastor's short address. Bride in. %Vhito Organdy Given in marriage by her brother, Clarence Kerkhoff, the bride was attractive in her wedding gown of imported embroidered Swiss white organdy. The bodice and long peplum peplum came to a point in the back, the sleeves -wore long and pointed and the extremely full skirt ended in a chapol train. The bridal veil was fingertip length and held ot cither side of the head with clusters of orange blossoms. The bride car-I riecl white roses tied with a v.-hitc satin bow. Miss Helet: Vandro. mai3 o f . honor, wa? dressed in green organdy S with frosted crchid and lily-of-the-1 ^ valley sprays in white. The gown was fashioned like the bride's ox- I ccpt for cap sleeves. She worn' n, cluster of pir.k roses in her liair l a n d carried a bouquet or p i n k ] roses.. The flowor girl, Carole Lttd.wig wore pink organdy in the styl^ s.nd j rg pattern of the maid of honor's gown. She carried a basket of pink rose petals and wore a band of pink carnations in her hair. Steven Ludwig, dressed in a light blue suit, carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Hal-old Schakel, Indianapolis, Indianapolis, cousin of the bride, was best man and the ushers -were Robert Robert K. Ludwig- and Varlc E. Ludwig, Ludwig, "brothers of the bridegroom. SLvt.v Guests at Reception The church parlors \vere decorated decorated with garden flowers for the reception and the table was canopied canopied with pink, green arid white crepe paper streamers. The lace-! covered table held t?ie wedding cake i which was topped with bridal fig- i urine?. About 60 guests attended j the reception, assistants for which j wore Mcsdarnes Karold Nicholt, William Laag. Carl Pohlman. Harry Pohlman, Kurt. Schroete:', Robert Ludwig and Clarence Kerkhoff.. Mr. and Mrs, Ludwig left for a ·week's trip through, the east and southeast, the bride iravelinfr :n a black crepe dress with a bow bustle, white accessories and a white rose corsage from her bouquet. After August 10, the couple will be at home on Kokomo route 2. The bride, organist at Zion Lutheran Lutheran church, was graduated from Erv-in high school in 1942 and was employer! by tic Turner Manufacturing Manufacturing company. Mr. Ludwig was graduated irom Ervin high school in 1037, attended Indiana Business Bee raft Motor He served with the 3-r.d division for three and years. Infantry one - half C H P S T MuJberry at Union

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  1. The Kokomo Tribune,
  2. 04 Aug 1947, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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