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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 19C2 Miss Anna Marie Coiartad —Burgman Studio Miss Anne Marie Courtad be' came the bride of John Gerald Eder during a Nuptial High Mass solemnized on Saturday, June 2, " at 11 a.m. at St. Bridget's Catholic church. Officiating at the ceremony was the Reverend Father . Donald Eder, assistant pastor of the church and brother of the bridegroom. He was assisted by the Reverend Father Francis Meehan, pastor, and the Reverend Thomas Fox, assistant pastor of St. .Vincent de Paul Catholic church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. George .Courtad, of route 1, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. arid Mrs. John Eder, of Elwood. , The double ring service was read before an altar flanked with "candelabra and arrangements of ,mums. Aloysius Dunn was, the soloist. ' The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a full- length gown of tulle and Chantilly :lace. The fitted bodice "was fashioned with a scalloped neckline sprinkled with sequins and long sleeves tapering to i bridal points over the hands, topping a voluminous skirt with a scalloped hemline also outlined with sequins. A crown of stephanotis secured an elbow-length veil of white illusion. She carried a cascade of stephanotis and white rose buds centered with a'white orchid. Miss Susan Courtad, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss CoiTine Mattes and Mrs., James Babb, 1 of Indianapolis, a sisler of the bridegroom. • . Their dresses were mint green chiffon over taffeta. Each was styled with a rounded neckline and capped sleeves at the molded bodice. The bouffant skirts were accentuated with cummerbunds at the waistline. They wore matching floral headpieces, holding short veils and carried bouquets of yellow daisies. Miss Mary Elizabeth, Courtad attended her sister as a junior bridesmaid. Her frock of pastel yellow embroidered cotton was similar, to the other attendants. She wore a yellow bow headpiece and carried a basket of yellow daisies. James Jung was best man and ushers were James Babb, Jr., James Courtad, a brother of the bride, and Keith Kaiser. The bride's mother selected a blue embroidered lace dress with matching accessories while the bridegroom's mother appeared in a beige silk shantung dress accented with blue accessories. Both wore a corsage of white rose buds. A breakfast for 75 guests was held following the wedding at the Ben Hur and in the evening a reception was staged at Savini's party room. The bridal table was skirted in white with a yellow taffeta swag caught with white sat-in bows, centered with baby orchids and lily-of-the-valley. AL' HIGHLIGHTS Miss Sharon Hardiii Weds In, Saturday —Harrington Studio Miss Sharon Lyn Hardin pledged her nuptial troth to James Elliott Miller during an impressive double ring ceremony solemnized Satur- Crystal bowls filled with yellow punch and candelabra holding white tapers flanked either side of a four-tier wedding cake, centering the table. The cake was trimmed in yellow and white and topped with a miniature bridal couple. Fernery and. lily-of-the-valley surrounded the cake, candelabra and punch bowls. ' , Nora Conn, caterer, was assisted by the hostesses who were the attendants to the bride. They wore white organza and lace aprons trimmed in yellow, gifts of the bride. For traveling the bride wore a mint green linen suit accented with" while accessories and a corsage from the bridal bouquet. The bride is a member of the American Registry and Society of X-Ray Technicians and was formerly employed at St. Joseph's hospital. The bridegroom is a graduate of the School of Pharmacy at Purdue University where he is a member of Phi Kappa fraternity. The couple will reside in Marion where the bridegroom is employed as a pharmacist at Tarn's Drugs. SALE patent TWEiPI'RSTfT'lMlECViBR WORJUD-PAiMOUS iSTOES 33 99 waistline girdle -.. « r STYLE 99 '14 arid IS inch length VJ\I R 31ILE aa regularly $16.95 OMUL hi-waist girdle n • i r STYLE 33 14 and 16 inch length vfll P OIUC ° regularly$18.95 «»*"• Here's a patented handful of magic that takes years off your figure... makes your hips inches slimmer... without heavy bones or bulky seams. day evening, June 2, al the Wheatland avenue Methodist church. The 7 o'clock service united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Hardin, of 1014 North street, city, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Miller, of route city. The Reverend Verlin 0. Vernon, ormer pastor .of the church, assisted by the Eeverend Charles Ham, pastor, 'offieated at the rites. The altar was flanked wilrnfour ieven-braneh candelabra against a background of banked palms, accentuating four, bouquets of white gladioli arranged in the fore;round. Candelabra placed in the vindows of the church, huckleber- •y and white gladioli decorating he railing and while satin bows •vith a touch of foliage completed he setting. Larry K. Hardin was soloist for lis sister's .wedding and was accompanied by Mrs. Richard D, inyder when he sang "Because" and "The Wedding Prayer." Given in marriage by ner father he bride was lovely in a gown of blush bouquet taffeta and Alen- con lace. The empire lace bodice was molded with elbow-length sleeves, a square neckline and a peaked taffeta cummerbund. Two ace .panels enhanced the front o, .he full gored skirt and circled in .o the back which flowed into i graceful court train. A crown of Alencon lace anc >earls secured a fingertip length veil of silk illusion and the bride carried a white Bible topped with Amazon lilies and stephanotis Jacked with- varigated ivy. Miss Rosemary Tuesley, of Mishawaka, Ind., attended as maid 'oi lonor. She appeared in ,a peach affela frock with white Chan- illy lace over the bodice created with a lace covered diagonal, bow n- the back. An inverted from )leat highlighted the bell-shapec ikirt. Her headpiece held a white silk illusion veil centered with wo white organztt roses and she carried a colonial.arrangement ol snowdrift pompons, centered with >ird of paradise, tied with white satin showers. Zenda Jean Snyder, a cousin ol he bride, was flower girl. She wore a lime silk organza frock r ashioned with a white ruffled lace Mdice. The 'bouffant skirt was ac cented with a large saline bane with a bow in the back. She carried a basket of.rose petals. Miss Karen Shaw, of Norwalk Conn., and Miss Kathryn Wilson, of Cincinnati; Ohio, were bridesmaids. Their dresses, headpieces and bouquets were identical to those- of the maid of honor. Merrill E. Miller, of Blooming- ion, served his brother as bes man while Eldori Boose, Jr., of city, arid Larry W. Kinnett, o; Rising-.Sun, Ind., were ushers Steve Fleagle, a cousin of thi oride, was ring ; bearer. •. For her: daughter's wedding Mrs. Hardin selected a brown Chantilly 'la.ce- 1 over rose taffeti drpss with brown accessories. Tin bridegroom's mother chose a beigi silk linen dress accented with, i green cummerbund and embroid ery at the front and' beige ac Corset De.pt. 320 Fourth Street Jerold Owen Brant 'and bride;, the former Gillie Janis Arnold, are residing at 69 Crestview Drive, Greenwood. Ind,. following their marriage Saturday evening, May 26, at the Mt. Olive Lutheran church in Deer Creek. Rev. Donald Schambow offici- FEET HURT? Our new Dr. Scholl'i foot remedy dept., has the right appliance or remedy .for eVery ailment. BUSJAHN'S DRUGSTORE Plan Open House June 10 —Harrington Studio Mr. and Mrs. Albert Busard, of route 1, city,, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on-Sunday afternoon, June 10, with an open house at the Shiloh Christian church in Noble township. All friends and relatives are invited to'attend"from 2 to 5 o'clock. They request that.gifts be omitted. Mrs. Busard, the former Pay Roller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roller, and Albert Busard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Busard, were married on June 12, 1912; at life home of the bride. The couple has resided at their present farm home since their marriage. Both are members of the Shiloh church. Mr. Busard has owned and operated a .dairy farm with his son. Their children are: Mrs. Earl (Opal) Jackson; Mrs. Cecil (Florence) Myers; and Rodney, all of route 1, city. A daughter, Alma, is deceased. There are six grandchildren: Miss Grace Jackson, of Ball Slate college; Mrs. Connie (Myers) Cosgray, of Idaville; Merle, Gary and Karen Myers and Trudy Busard, all of route 1. . Members of Iheir Sunday School class will assist at the open house. Serving will be Mrs. Bob Gharis, Miss Kay Eikelberner, Miss Grace Jackson, Mrs. Harold Streu, Mrs. Conn Fry, Mrs. Richard Cosgray, Mrs. Ernest Love and Mrs. James Musall. In Deer Creek Ceremony cessories. Both wore a Cymbidiiim orchid corsage. The couple greeted 200 guests at a reception immediately following he ceremony in the church par- irs. A pink and white color scheme predominated in the decorations. The serving table, covered with a white linen cloth, was centered with a four tied cake iced in pink and trimmed in white, lopped, with a miniature bridal couple. Pink roses encircled the cake, punch TOW! and three branch candelabra which completed the decor. Hostesses were Mrs. Merrill Miller, Mrs. Larry. Homer, Miss Sue Ann Osier and ,Miss Judy Misner. Guests were registered by Marilyn Dodrill. For traveling through northern Michigan and Macldnac Isla'nd, the bride departed in a pastel yellow silk shirtwait dress with hand-rolled ruffles at the front and sleeves. After their return in, a week, .hey will make their home at the Evermann apartments in Bloomington, where both are enrolled as seniors as Indiana University. She is majoring in English and literature and he is a major of the School of Business in Transportation. The'bride is a member of Chi Omego soroity. Both are 1959 (jraduates of the-local high school. aed at the double ding rites, uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Virgil Arnold, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., and the son of Mr.' and Mrs. R. F. Brant. ' The 7 o'clock ceremony was read before an altar banked with baskets of white gladioli, Mrs. Mary Shriver provided bridal selections. Miss M'artha J. Collins, of Shelbyville, , ; allended the bride as maid of honor and best man was Robert Brant, broher of Ihe groom, of Kokomo. Given in , marriage by her brother, Keith Arnold, of Dayton, Ohio, the bride appeared in a ballerina-length gown of while satin, featuring a round neckline embroidered in lace, and three- quarter length sleeves'. She wore a small white hat with a vet and earned a bouquet of while roses on a white Bible. The maid of honor atlended in a ballerina-length gown of blue satin and lace with white ac cessories and a, corsage of blue and white carnations. A reception was held at the home of the groom's aunt, Mrs E. M. Taylor, 3407 High stree Road, with Mrs. John H. Brown and Mrs. Stella Cotner assisting Mrs, Nora Conn as hostesses. For traveling to the southern part of the state, the bride chose a dark blue suit with matching accessories. The bride is, a graduate of the Mt. Vernon high school and is employed as a secre'lary by the Guarantee Auto Supply Co., Indianapolis. The groom is a graduate of the Deer Creek -high school and is a programmer for Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Indianapolis. Weds-Dr. William S. Mull In Church Rites Saturday Miss Cecilia Pereira became (he bride of J>. William Sines Mull during impressive double ring riles Saturday morning, June 2, at Our Lady of Health church, Fall River, Mass. The 11 o'clock ceremony united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Pereira, of Fall River, and the son of Mr.:!. Margaret Mull. 916 East Broadway, city, and Harold C. Mull, of Indianapolis. , The Rev. Father Walter Murlaugh of Providence College officiated. Miss Mary Ann Pereira attended her sister us maid of 'honor while John Carroll, of South Bend, served the groom as best man. Ushers were Chaplain Earle W. Fedje, of Middlelown, R.L, Lt. Carl I. Sellden and Arthur M. Dring, Jr., of Nuwport, R.I. The bride appeared in a gown of re-embroiclisred shiffli, fashioned with a square neckline, short sleeves and. a bouffant skirt featuring a double pannier front and back and {fathered tiers on each side. A tiara of pearls and crystals securcul her veil of silk illusion and she earned a crescent bouquet of slephanotis :md white roses centered with glamelias. . The honor attendant wore a ballerina-lenglh gown. of pink silk organza, designed with a portraitncckline, iihort sleeves and a bow at the embroidered organza waistline. She wore a-matching headpiece and carried a crescent bouquet uf French carnations and pink roses. A breakfast followed the ceremony at the t'tmrch hall after which a dinner-reception was held. The couple departed on a wedding trip to Honda and after .Tune 16 will establish, residence at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station where the groom is serving with the Naval Dental Corps. The bride is a 1958 graduate of the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy and a member of Lambiia Kappa Sigma sorority. She is a registered pharmacist. The groom attended Purdue University and was graduated in 1959 from Indiana University School of Denisl ry. He is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity and Xi Psi Dental fraternity. DELFOED Int. TAKE THE WORRY OUT OF'BUYING DRAPERIES • Wo help you chooio the right' fabric. O We take th« correct measurements. • We tailor and hang—one low cost. 2-Width Poir 84"long up to 40" wide $1 £.04 '16 4-Width Pair 84" Hjong up 1o 84" wide $ 32 08 6-Widrh Poir 84" ILang up to 32" viid» YOUR AERO DRAPERY DEALER CA113765 /'.••' - but decidedly >•**'''" f Ttcarved TYLER SET Enflaoomflnl Rind, from $225 Br'aVi Cijtlol $175 HIGHLANDS SIT " Enaaotmtnl Ring, from $150 Brld.'i Clrclou... » 15 ' , Most; young couples take a long time deciding on their Artcarved style. There are so many to choose from and we never rush anyone. 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