Dr.; Mrs. deMaine's Daughter Married At Bryn Athyn, Pa. Bryn Athyn Cathedral at Bryn Athyn, Pa., was the setting Saturday, Saturday, Dec. 22, for the marriage of Mias Julie Anne deMaine. daughter daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Philip de- Maine, 113 Pasadena Ave., Akron, former residents of Logan, to James Lowrte Pendleton, son of Mr. and Mrs, Philip Pendleton of Bryn Athyn. The Rev. Dandrige Pendleton, brother of the bridegroom, officiated officiated at the candlelight ceremony Social Club of Bryn Civic and Athyn, When the couple left for a wedding wedding trip, the bride changed to a sheath dress of gold wool complemented complemented by black accessories. They are residing at Bryn Athyn, where Mr. Pendleton is attending the School of Medicine at the University University of Pennsylvania. The bride was graduated from Buchtel High School and Bryn Athyn College. She is a member of before an altar banked with spruce the teaching staff at Bryn Athyn trees, red and white poHisettias grade school. and ers. arrangements of white flow- The bridegroom was graduated from Bryn Athyn Academy and the University of Pennsylvania. Officers Are The bride approached the altar wearing a gown of peau de faille, fashioned with a high Sabrina neckline, fitted bodice and long sleeves. The great skirt terminated with a cathcdrai-length train. Her IIf-*-! 0., veil of tulle was arranged from a I TI ol UI IGQ Dy pearl encrusted cap and she car- _ m " iSJJSSS- whM* Pocahontas Miss Patricia deMaine attended her slater as maid of honor Bridesmaids Bridesmaids were Misses Judith and Heather Pendleton, sisters of the bridegroom, and Miss Gretchen Anne Timmins of Montreal. The attendants were identically attired in floor-length gowns of red velvet and cbiffon. Joel Pitcairn of Bryn Athyn served his brother-in-law as best man. James deMaine, brother of the bride, was one of eight ushers. For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. deMaine wore a gown of blue and silver brocade complemented by a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Pendleton chose a gown of beige silk with a corsage of coral roses. Immediately following the ceremony. ceremony. a reception was given in the Cathedral Choir Hall where songs were sung to the church and the bridal couple. Later in the eve Logan Council No. 58, Degree of Pocahontas held installation of officers officers on Monday, Jan. 14. With Mrs. Eva Prevost as installing installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Margaret C. Kistler, officers installed installed were Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer, Palmer, Pocahontas; Mrs. Estella V. Snyder, prophetess; Miss Charlotte Blake, Winona; Mrs. Norma Wilson, Wilson, Powhatan; Mrs. Mildred Schultz, keeper of records; Mrs. Gertrude Waldron, keeper of wampum; wampum; Mrs. Mary Hiles, collector of wampum; Mrs. Gladys Lehman and Mrs. Vernie Congrove, scouts; Mrs. Ollie Eastman, Mrs. Louise Crane, Mrs, Ethel Koontz and Mrs. Janet Tschudy, warriors; Mrs. Mary Beougher and Mrs. Jennie Goodiive, runners; Mrs. Janie Mohler and Mrs. Laura Wat* nlnft. a reception VM given in the kins, councilors; Mr,. Elsie Col--- Col--- ----------------------------- umber, guard of tepee; Mrs.