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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and tOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 10, lt« Miss Joan Graff is Weds —Harrington Studio Mrs. R. David Boyer was Miss Joan Graffis prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon, June 3, during a 2:30 o'clock service at the Church of Christ in Kewanna. The double ring ceremony united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Graffis, of Kewanna, and the son of Dr. Grace Boyer, of Marion. The bride's uncle, Reverend H. H. Guiley, of the Northside Baptist church of Elkhart, officiated at the impressive service before an altar flanked with arrangements of gladioli and palms. The pews were marked with bows. Dave Frazier, of Pleasantville, N. J., was organist and accompanied the soloist, Don McDougall, of Allen Park, Mich., when he sang "Walk Hand in Hand," • "Wedding Prayer," and "0' Perfect Love." Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in gown of pure silk organza over taffeta and nylon net, with appliques of Alencon lace. The fitted bodice is fashioned with long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands and a V neckline with lace appli- ques extending down the front of the bouffant skirt. A large bow arranged into a bustle effect at the back waistline of the skirt complimented the drift of a chapel-length train. A Queen's crown secured a full circular fingertip length veil of French imported silk illusion. The bride carried a cascade of white gardenias and stephanotis. Miss Lou Larson, of Belding, Mich., attended as maid of honor. She appeared in a white organza over blue taffeta gown. A scooped neckline and capped sleeves molded the fitted bodice while soft unpressed pleats accented either side of a narrow panel extending down the front .of the skirt. Miss Janice Salisburg, of Vassar, Mich., and Miss Betty Graf- fis, of Kewanna, a sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Their frocks were blue organza over blue taffeta, styled identical to the gown of the maid of honor. All of the bridal attendants wore large blue straw picture hats with brims of blue organza and carried bouquets of blue and white pompons. Robert L, Boyer, of Huntington, served his brother as best man while C. Rex Taylor, of Van Buren, Ind., and Richard Graffis, of Kewanna, a brother of the bride, "were groomsmen. Ushers were: Don Tillman, Kenneth Bux- tor and James Boyer, all of Mar ion, and James Terhune, of Knightstown, Ind. The mother of the bride selected a beige amd white embroidered sheath dress while the bridegroom's mother chose a lavender knit dress. Both wore white accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. A reception for 250 guests was held following the ceremony in the church parlors. Hostesses were: Miss Marjorie Monce ,of Urbana, Ind.; Miss Martha Mullins, of Cincinnati; Miss Linda Larsen, of Bayonne, N. J.; Miss Joyce Worgul, of Lansing, Mich.; Miss Andrea Jensen, of Cresskill, N. J. The bridal table was centered with a four tier wedding cake topped with bells. For a weeks" trip through (he Allegheny mountains and the eastern states, the bride wore a mint green suit with white accessories. The bride is a graduate of the Kewanna high school and Taylor university. She taught school one year at Pulaski. A graduate of the Marion high school and Taylor university, the groom is attending the University of Pennsylvania's Law School. The couple will reside at' 211 North 34th street, Philadelphia 4, Pa. Wed In Rites At Monterey (Lockridge Studio) John Keller and bride, the former Vivian Engel, are residing at Monterey following their return from a wedding trip to Lake of the Ctearks, Missouri. The couple was married Saturday ( inorning, June 2, at St. Ann's • Catholic church in Monterey. • The -bride is the daughter of ,'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engel, and 1 the groom's parents are Mr. and "Mrs. foem Keller, all of Mon' terey. The Rev. Father Edward Matuszak officiated at the double ring ceremony at 10 o'clock be' ieac* an altar banked with bou- quets of pink and white mums and peonies. The church choir provided music for the ceremony. Miss Patricia Keller, sister of the groom, of Monterey, was maid of honor, and brides matron was Mrs. Jim Keller, sister of the bride, of Monterey. Donald Engel, of Mishawaka, brother of the bride, served as best man, and the groom's brother, Tom Keller, of Monterey, was groomsman. Given in marriage by her father the bride appeared in a floor length gown of white nylon lace over taffeta, 'featuring a fitted bodice, long fitted sleeves and SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS —Harrington Studio Mrs. Thomas Scott Capper was Miss Tressa Marie Sayers prior So the couple's marriage during double ring rites • Sunday afternoon, June 3, at the Star City Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Elston Sayers, of rural route 1, Kewanna, and the ;room is the son of Mr, and Mrs. John 9. Capper, Jr., of rural ro'ute 1, Star City. The Rev. Bryan K. Johnson officiated at the 2 o'clock-ceremony aefore an altar flanked with candelabra and arrangements of white gladioli and aqua carna- lions. Dan Sayers, uncle of the bride, was accompanied by Mrs. John Dverpeck, organist, when he iang "I Love You Truly," "Always," and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Robert Greer, of Kewanna, attended her sister as matron of lonor, and bridesmaids were the Misses Linda Sayers, sister oE the bride, Karen Metzger, cousin of lie,bride, Rochester, and Harriet Blue, of Winamac. Elston Floyd Sayers, brother of ;he bride, was ring bearer and carried a heart-shaped white satin pillow. Connie Fritz, niece of the groom, of Knox, was flower girl and carried a basket of aqua/rose petals. The groom's brother, Jack Capser, of Star City,' served as best nan and ushers were Edgar 3ayers, brother of the bride, Larry Bonnell, Star City, Ken- a scalloped neckline outlined with seed pearls. The tiers of the bouffant skirt formed an apron effect. A pearl crown secured her fingertip veil and she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses. The maid' of honor appeared in a street-length gown of lavender lace over taffeta with a matching headpiecee of lavender net and roses. Mrs. Keller's gown was identical with the exception of color, which was yellow. They carried matching bouquets. Flower girls were Karen Engel, niece of the bride, of Jtishawaka, and Marjorie Keller, sister of the groom. Their gowns, one yellow and the other lavender, were 'ashioned of nylon over taffeta. They earned lace baskets of rose petals. The mother of the -bride chose a beige lace dress with tangerine accessories and a matching corsage of carnations whilo the groom's mother chose a beige nylon lace dress with green accessories 'and a corsage of white carnations. A breakfast-reception followed Jie wedding at the .Legion home with 150 guests present. Hostesses were Mabel Brucker, Rose Lewis and Lucille Lewis. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the Monterey high school. She is employed at the State Exchange Bank in Culver and he is employed by the Buckeye Feed Co., Monterey. neth Haselby, Royal Center, James W. Miller, West Lafayette, and Richard Miller, Kokomo. The bride, given in marriage by her father,, was lovely in a full-length gown of Chanlilly lace, featuring . a fitted bodice, square scalloped neckline and long tapering sleeves. The dome-shaped skirt was fashioned of lace tiers and cascaded to a chapel train. A sequin and pearl "wedding cake" crown secured her fingertip veil of silk illusion and she carried a bouquet .of aqua carnations and yellow roses. Identical street-length gowns of aqua embroidered organza and net were worn by the bridal attendants. Styled with fitted bodices, -round necklines and short sleeves, the gowns featured a draped apron effect in the back of the skirts, each fastened with a large bow. They wore picture hats of aqua net, white Chantilly lace and roses. Then- bouquets were of aqua carnations. The mother of the bride selected a green lace and silk organza sheath dress with white ac cessories while the groom's mother chose a blue silk crepe dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages of pink rosebuds, A reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony. The serving table was covered in white linen and featured an aqua net sway caught at the corners with aqua roses. Centering the table was a four tiered cake trimmed in aqua and topped with a miniature bridal couple. Hostesses were Mary Sommers, Star City, Theresa Nufer, Lafayette, Carolyn Jones, of Oak, and Sue Hudson, of Peru. For travling the bride chose a while dress trimmed in aqua with white accessories and the corsage from her bridal bouquet. Following a ten-day wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside in the Married Students' Court at Purdue University where the groom is a senior. The bride is a graduate of the Winamac high school and is a registered .X-Ray technician at Home Hospital, Lafayette. Her husband ' is a Star City high school graduate. The groom's parents' entertained 45 guests at a rehearsal 1 supper at their home on the evening before the wedding. TUESDAY Emera club will hold a C:30 o'clock dinner Tuesday, evening at the Clymers Methodist church, followed with -a business session. Those needing transportation are to contact either Jane Book- waiter or Julia Munson. DR.O.L.BRAUN Reg. Pediolrllt Foot Special)!! FOOTAM.MENTS Office 314 North Si. ' tOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wedneidoyi-fridayi 9-4:30 f> DELFORD Int. ***«. ««« TAKE THE WORRY OUT OF BUYING DRAPERIES • We help you choose the right fabric. • Wo take tha correct meajure- mentj. • We tailor and hang—one low coit. ' 2-Width Pair 84" long up to 40" wide *I6 M 4-IWidth Pair 84"Hong up to 84" wid« 6-IWidth Pair 84" lLang up to 32" wide * 49 .« YOUR AERO DRAPERY DEA1ER CAUL 3765 . Phillip ..Litke. And Bride William Wagner Photo Phillip Charles Litke and bride, the former Judy Elaine Fry, are. residing at rural route 2, Francesville, following their marriage May 27 at the First Methodist" church in Winamac. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen D. Fry, of rural route 4, Winamae, and th'e groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Litke, of rural route 2, Francesville. The bride is a 1960 graduate of the Winamac high school. Her husband, a 1957 graduate of the Pulaski high school, is, employed as a mechanic at the Oldsmobile garage in Monon. WEDNESDAY World Friendship social circle of West Brpadway Presbyterian church will convene Wednesday afternoon at the church. Prayer group will be at 1:40 o'clock, followed with the meeting at 2 o'clock. Bring mite boxes. Married In Church Rites J. P. Moser Photo Residence has been eslablished at 705'/4 High street, city, by Mr. and Mrs. Max "Lynn Trapp follo\ving their marriage Sunday afternoon, June 3, at the Crooked Creek Christian church in Royal Center. The bride, the former Miss Honda Lynn Berkshire, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Berkshire, of Royal Center, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Trapp, formerly of rural route 6, city. The Rev. Virden Graham officiated at the double ring ceremony at 2 o'clock. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a street-length gown of white silk organza with a lace bodice. A tiara of pearls secured her silk illusion veil and she carried a nosegay of while, carnations, Attending the couple were Miss Karen Hoffman and Darwin Russell, both of Royal Center. A reception was held at the church immediately following the ceremony with 50 guests attending. 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