Julie leMaine Weds RRYN ATHYN Cthedial in ..f Mr. and Mis. Phihp Pendie-; Pendie-; Pendie-; poins.Mti.is and art angements , Bryn Athvn. Pa., whs the set j ton .f Brv n Athv n. 1 of white flowei s. . tirtp Saturday for the marriage! The Rev. 'Dandridge Pendle-1 Pendle-1 Pendle-1 The hi ide apprnnched thej of Julie Anne de.Maine. daugh-1 daugh-1 daugh-1 ton, brother of the groom, of-1 of-1 of-1 altar w rating a gov n ol pcau ; ter of Dr. and Mrs. Philip de- de- fieiated at the candleiight cere Maine of I S3 Pasadena av.. to inonev before an altar hanked James Lowrie Pendleton, son wit h spruce trees, red and w hite j j ' i j j ; t f if- if- '..W-X '..W-X '..W-X AsVt. V - : ,? it " V i : , V ) J ,,- ,,- . . . S. V S. 1 a X S. .J ',. jtf.'NlMBti uitijff'-iNwx-- uitijff'-iNwx-- uitijff'-iNwx-- uitijff'-iNwx-- uitijff'-iNwx-- o e? , A ' $f 1 i 1 ' t 1. .J MRS. JAM F-S F-S F-S LOW RIK PENDLETON Tots Indicate 'Self -Selective -Selective Diels Won I Hurl Children de faille, fashioned with a high! Sahnna neckline, fitted bodice, aiul long sleeves. The great j i skirt tei initiated with a rathe-1 rathe-1 rathe-1 jdtal length tiam. Her veil of; tulle was artanged from a pearl' j encrusted cap and slie carried Ja bouquet of white glameliasj land stephanotis. I i i ! ! PATRICIA DEMAINE at . tended her sistei as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Judith and Hea'her Pendleton.1 : sisters of the groom, and Gret ; 1 t-hen t-hen t-hen Anne Tttnmins of Mont 1 real. : The attendants weie identi i , rally attired in floor length; 'gowns of red velvet and chif ! foil. The Empire waistlines : were enciicled with wide bands, of ribbon which extended into large bows in back. Each car-j car-j car-j : i led a bouquet of red glamelias! land wore wreaths of red roses' j in their hair. I i Joel Pitcairn of Brvn Athyn; j served his hi ol herinlaw as! ! best man. I'shers were Donald i Rose, Robert Klein. Paul As iplundh, Maik Rostock and Ray Sv nnestvedt. all of Brvn Athvn; Daniel McQueen of Detroit; Alan Childs of Chicago and James deMaine, brother of the bride. FOR HER daughters marriage. marriage. Mrs. deMaine wore i gown of blue and silver brocade I ; complemented by a corsage ofi 'red roses. Mrs. Pendleton! chose a gown of beige silk with ; a corsage of coral roses. j Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was; giv en in the Cathedral Choir j Hall where songs were sung to ; the church and the bridal couple. Later in the evening, a recep tion was given in the Civic and 'Social Club of Brvn Athyn. ' WHEN THE couple left for a wedding trip, the bride chang ed to a sheath dress of gold wool complemented by black accessories. t I'pon their return, they will 'leside in Brvn Athyn. where By InlrrniOtrinAl .sn Sprvirft WHEN an infant suddenly ip-fuses ip-fuses ip-fuses milk, when a year-old year-old year-old ; demands peanut butter instead! of steak and mashed potatoes graciously offered, dad and mom are thrown for a loss. Don't advises a father So are other things children dp mand- mand- peanut butter and frankfurters." frankfurters." These cravings, Dr. Bigler finds, usually can he traced to "an early restriction" of the item. He believes forcing a child to clean his plate of all the Mr. Pendleton is attending the School of Medicine at the University University of Pennsylvania. The bride was graduated from Buehtel High School and Brn Athvn College. She is a member of the teaching staff at Bryn Athyn grade school. The groom was graduated from Brvn Athyn Academy and the University of Pennsylvania.