The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on February 12, 1961 · Page 67
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 67

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Sunday, February 12, 1961
Page 67
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5iNDY, rr:nnt'ARV !:. v Cvnlhia Beadell Is Married To Richard A. Poel iV- i 0 Ml (A. Mi. wJ.'A( 0 MRS. RICHARD ALAN POEL (Fitch) The marriage of Miss Cynthia Jane Beadell and Richard Alan Poel took place yesterday in the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Orlo Choguill read the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alfred Beadell, 3953 North New Jersey Street. Mr. and Mrs. John Nyhof Poel of Grand Haven, Mich., are the bridegroom's parents. THE BRIDE wore a floor-length gown of candlelight satin. The long-torso princess bodice had folds of satin around the hipline ending in cabbage roses on the bustle. The bouffant skirt extended into a chapel train. Her waist-length veil was secured by a cabbage rose centered with dew-drop pearls. Her bouquet was of white glamellias with double-fringed carnations. Miss Betty Beadell was her lister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sandi Rad-cliffe of Charleston, W.Va., Mrs. Robert Fesler and Mrs. Gary Warstler. ALL WORE red velvet prin cess-styled dresses with red satin headdresses. They car ried red carnations on heart- shaped white satin pillows. Glenn E. Bishop of Grand Haven was best man. Guests were seated by James Nutt of Muskegon, Mich., Henry W. Miller of Chicago and Ronald E. and Stuart J. Poel of Grand Haven, brothers of the bridegroom. The couple will reside at 11415 South Union Avenue, Chicago. THE BRIDE was graduated from the University of Ken tucky. She served as chapter president of her sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta. She is also a member of Alpha Lamba Delta, Cwcns, Links and Mor tar Board, all honorary socie ties. Mr. Poel was graduated from the University of Michigan and is now attending the Chi cago College of Osteopathy He is a member of Iota Tau Sigma professional fraternity sow ii lightly? brightly A lively, blissful color . . . Wild Oat. Plant it in your wardrobe by itself or seed it with spring's sunn aacsMincs. Pick Wild Oat when it is young, an 3 natuia! shade, : wait 'til it ripens into a golden yellow. A odor .spectrum that cannot be dated any thing but lt. Ill I.I . HOM-; cultivates and creates a Douppion silk suit in Wild Oat enhanced with bone buttons. "I lie jacket lined in ounce with matching scarf in solid mange on one side . . . smart abstract print in Isolds and oranges on other side. Misses' sizes. 205.00 exilusbe with BLOCK'S FRENCH ROOM, SI.COM) ll.OOR (Downtown Only) OPE MOMMY DounKmn to 5:25 ! ' - tV ' 3111. JOIIVS cuffed cloche in ripened Wild Oat ... a golden yellow. Our fine picot braid hat is cuffed by a jeweled pin at side . . . wear the dashing bird cage veil, in taupe under the cloche. 55.00 exclusive with BLOCK'S FRENCH SALON OF MILLINERY, SECOND FLOOR (Downtown Only) I. MII.LEIl plantings , . . three exquisite shoe in wild-oat beige darkened with tones of mocha and moth . . . ripe to wear with the light and bright fashion hues for spring. 28.95 A. Wild-oat lustre calf overlaid with moth; also in bone with spindrift green, high heel. B. Three tones of mocha calfskin lightened withi wild oat, high heel. C. Calf pump in wild oat with vamp insets of two-toned mocha, high or mid-heel. exclusive with BLOCK'S SHOE SALON, SECOND FLOOR; DOWNTOWN ONLY ,.' Ill llrti i'nu-t"','"''i''

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