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the of German women hauls a Weddings - Kcrkhorr-Vandre. The Luthcraji Church of Our dccmer was the scene of a wedding at 3 o'clock Sunday after- , , whcn jiiss Le'ona Ma'e Vandvc. will of call b£ chosen At a donate P, the Scout well meetings. and S F O R cups cinna- in Boil Mich., "Take daughter of the Rev- and Mrs. W. R. Vandre of Kokomo r.oute 2, and Clarence William Kcrkhoff, son of Mrs. Gertrude KerKhoff. also of Kokomo route 2,. were married. The bride's father performed the cere- many before a background of baskets of yellow dahlias, palms and tall vases of paotei-colored gladioli. Miss Elnora Vandre played a 15- minute program of bridal airs and Miss Ruth Rosenbrock of Detroit. . sang "O Perfect Love," Thou My Hands and Load Me," and a sacred version of "Because." Tile traditional weddins marches were played by the organist. The bride wore white lace over taffeta with a. fingertip veil and carried pastol-colored carnations. She was given in marriage by her father. The maid of honor, Miss Helen Vandre, sister of the bride, wore yellow and the bridesmaids, Miss Lillian Kei;khoff, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Pauline Schakel of Indianapolis, his cousin, wert dressed in peach and lavender, respectively. The dresses of the bride and her attendants were made alike with round net yokes, edged with a narrow ruffle. elbow-length sleeves, long bodices and full, flared skirts. The bride's attendants carried bouquets of gladioli, in colors hariaonizlng with the:r gowns, and white button chrysanthemums and wore headpieces of pleated net with a large bow and streamers at the back, in the colors of their gowns. The flower girl. Norma Lou Vandre, sister of the bride, was dressed in aqua laco over taffeta with a headpiece to match her small colonial b o u q u e t ' of pastel carnations. Harold Eller was best man and Kenneth Vandre and Arthur Hart- roan ushered. A reception Ir. the parlors of the church followed the ceremony. Mies Johanna Schroeter, Miss-Lois Pohl- marrar.d Mlfis Eileen 'Wolf assisted. Mr. and Mrs. .Korkhoff went to Indianapolis for a. few days, the bride leaving in a black dress, sequin-trimmed, with black, accessories, white gloves and a corsage of white asters. They will make their home at 908 South Armstrong street. The bride was graduated from Ervin Township High school and is employed in the offices of Delco- Hadio. Mr. Kerkhoff. also a graduate- of Ervin High school, is engaged in farming. accomplished, new to and and

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  1. The Kokomo Tribune,
  2. 27 Sep 1945, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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