Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
as Berk- Robeson, Decorations Rinn, Eugene which N. also or exceptional per Marshall-McPhilimy Wedding Solemnized In Manse In a lovely wedding ceremony in the Presbyterian Manse, Betty Marshall, daughter of Mr. a n d Mrs. Raymond Marshall of Indi- (Coffman Photo) Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner for the immediate ana, RD 1, became the bride of norne Robert McPhilimy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McPhilimy of 1637 I Philadelphia street. Dr. Harry B. Boyd performed ilies was served at the bride's The bridal table, laid with an imported pure Irish linen cloth, centered with a beautiful you dynamic If pay as traditional e r Hundred -replete $1.50 Â· ^Â·mAJlJ' JW. *jnjy It L/Cl J.U1H1CV1 . - I "=Â· ' -----" ---Â«"Â«"Â»f* auv* ^/vfccH- k e the double ring ceremony at half! 1 .- wedding cake with a bndal | t i a after four o'clock. Saturday after- coupl ! f ep ] icna atop the lovely de ' noon, January 15. Mrs. Hdrry B. Boyd presided at the piano. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a blue suit with gray accessories. Her lovely corsage was of pink rosebuds. The tradition of "something old, something new, something bor- signed bridal path of the cake. For her going away ensemble the bride chose gray and red her bridal corsage. The bride was graduated from the Indiana Joint High School of 1954. and is employed by j f o r sub^ ^ G - C - Murphy Company. The lim t evidence of satisfactory pro- rowed^and something blue" wasj groom, a graduate Also of the g r e carried out. diana Joint High School, is em- As maid of honor, Mrs. Malvin ployed at the Syntron White, sister of the bridegroom, wore light blue with black acces- After a wedding trip to Columbus. Ohio, the new Mr. and sories. Her corsage was of red McPhilimy are at home to rose buds. Malvin White, brother-in-law of the groom served as best man. Mrs. Marshall was attired in beige for her daughter's wedding. Her corsage was of pink carnations. The mother of the groom friends at 1353 Church street. Previous to becoming residents of Indiana, the Marshall and McPhilimy families have been close friends for many years. Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. McPhilimy were girlhood friends. Mr. Marshall chose navy blue. She too wore a Mrs. McPhilimy also attended pink carnation corsage. I same grade school at one time.