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E!eM togansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune PHYLLIS RUSSOW, WILLIAM SUITER WED IN.MONT1CELLO CHURCH RITES Miss Phyllis Jean Russow and William S. Suiter were united in marriage during a ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Monticello Methodist church with the Reverend Gilbert Piker officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Russow. and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs.- K.athlyn Suiter, all of Monticello. The decoration of the altar carried out the bride's chosen color motif of multiple shades of blue with delphinium sprays in blue arranged with white stock in bouquets. Palms and an open Bible completed the setting. Mrs. T. V. ' Koontz, organist, played bridal selections and accompanied Harold Haughee when he sang "I Love You Truly," "The Lord's Prayer," and "Wedding Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace over satin fashioned with a bouffant chapel-length train. skirt and a The scoop neckline was edged with scallops of lace accented with pearls and sequins, and the long sleeves ta pered to bridal points fiver the hands. She wore a cap of Chantilly lace, securing her fingertip veil of illusion. Her cascade b up of orchids, white butterfly quet was made stephanotis and roses. Miss Sharlene Russow was her sister's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Ann Paschen, of Monticello , and Mrs. James Watson, of Brookston. Identical ballerina-length gowns of corresponding shades of blue were worn, by the attendants. DQ- signed of crystalette over taffeta and net, the gowns featured cummerbunds of a lighter shade ol blue. A bow In back of the prln- cess style gowns extended in a sash to the hemline. The necklines were sqoop and the sleeves very short. They wore seed pearl headbands securing small circular veils. They carried colonial nosegays ot blue tinted carnations. Dee Sites, cousin of the bride, was a flower girl, and wore a gown of pink crystalette over taffeta. She carried a French basket trimmed with blue net and containing Sweetheart roses. Patrick Tyler, four-years-old, was ring bearer and carried a Chantilly lace and satin pillow. The brother-in-law o£ the bridegroom, James Watson, of Brookston, served as best man, and ushers were Allen Schlegelmileh, Charles Hussow, Ronald Swayzee and Sam Gregory Sites. The country home of the bride's parents, northeast of Monticello, was the scene of a reception following the ceremony. A four-tiered wedding cake, sherbert punch, nuts and mints were served. Assisting were Mrs. Herbert Petrich, Jr., Mrs. Raymond Martens, Logansport; Donna Sue Sites, Susan Sites, Bettie Brown. Judith Setly, Jo Ann Young, Patsy Barlow, Sharon Clark and Kay Piatt. Sharon Dittman and Kap Parrish registered the guests. Sandra Dyer entertained with a piano recital. The couple left Sunday evening for Olympia, Washington, where the bridegroom is stationed with the US Army. He was engaged in farming prior to entrance into the service. The bride has been employed as secretary to Principal C. M. Ryan at the Roosevelt high school. She is a member of Tri Kappa sorority. Both she and her husband are 1956 graduates of the Monticello high school. Wednesday Evening, June 19, I9j7. decoration, in pastel blue, with each having a different motif. Topping th'e cake was a miniature bridal couple. Assisting were Miss Kay Mason,! Miss Marlene Hughes, Sandra Hei-' BRIDE-ELECT OF WILLIAM KLUMPP Talbutt-Maxwell Nuptials Repeated At Buffalo,Church Miss Annavieve R. Talbutt and Samuel A. Maxwell, Jr., were married Sunday afternoon, June 9, at the Buffalo Christian church with the Reverend G. D. Congdon officiating. • The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Talbutt, of Monticello, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Maxwell, of route. 1, Monticello. Gary Wayne Hughes was the pianist and accompanist for Rev. Larry Thomas who sang "0 Promise Me," "Always, 1 "I Love You Truly," and "The Lords Prayer." Lighted white tapers, bouquets 'he a bouffant ballerina-length skirt. The waist-length veil was secured to a headband of seed pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. Her single strand of pearls was a gift of the'bride- groom. Miss Marilyn Hughes was maid of honor, and. Miss Susie Maxwell was bridesmaid. Their gowns were of aqua net over taffeta with strapless bodices ' and ruffled skirts. Their headbands and short veils matched the gowns. They carried nosegays o£ white carnations centered with yellow roses. James Musall, of Headlee, was best man, and ushers were Jack Hunt and Max Downey, ny, Caren Stanley and June McCully. Mrs. Carmen Boone decorated and arranged the church. Carol Huffman registered the guests. The bride is a gradual" of the Buffalo high school and is employed at the Bowsher store in Buffalo. Her husband attended Technical high school in Indiana •polls and is employed at the Bryan Manufacturing company. Dykeman Park Scene Of Goltry Reunion The tenth annual reunion of the Goliry family wa.s held at Dykeman park Sunday with the following persons attending: Mrs. Hazel GoHry, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Goltry and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald GoHry and daughter, Mr. and Mr.s. James Goliry and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Goltry and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Spencer and children, Mr. I Mrs. Harley Emmons. Mr. Harold Alhcrton. Mr. and Paul Dixon and son, Ed and and "The' couple'ts residing" in Buffalo.! Mrs. Harry Klocnne and son. Mr. jand Mrs. Fred Klocnne and son, 4-H NEWS j Eugene Goltry. The Corn, Beef and Cabbage 4-HI Special gues'.s \vere Mrs. Either • • -- -• ! ' ' daughter. Mrs. Mary daughters:. A dinner after which officers devotions. Group singing was led: were re-elected for the coming club met recently with Mary Er- Fiser and baugh, vice-president, in charge. Turner and and also opening the meeting with j was cnjoyti by Barbara Winings and Sandra Guy. Tim Carey gave a report on of flowers and palms banked altar. , The''birde, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a corsages, gown of Chanlilly lace over while A reception satin, handmade by her sisler-in- 1 , """ """• 7 ' , .. "The Dairy Herd" and "The Feed- The mother of the bride wore'. and c > re of RabhUs ,, was dis . a printed green and white taffeta lcussed , j and Earle Lo ckharl. dress while bridegroom's mother selected an aqua blue Both wore white carnation law, Mrs. William Talbutt, of Indianapolis. Sequins edged the bodice and the points of the long sleeves. Of princess style, the gown featured church was held in basement following the the Last year's record books were distributed. On the program com- initlee for the June 26lh meeting will be Don Guy, Dale Brown and Jeff Frey. year. It takes aboul five quarts of milk to make one pound of American cheese. ceremony. An aqua and white motif was used in the decorations.! Centering the serving table was a five tiered wedding cake, each of the white tiers individual in its The next meeting will be held I served. at the home of Dennis, Janis and Mark Pri.'iscr. Following the adjournment of the meeting, refreshments were SOLEMNIZE SEIDEL-COGLIANESE VOWS DURING NUPTIAL HIGH MASS A nuptial High Maps was read ered the tables which were draped Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Peters Catholic church in Winamac where Miss Marilou Seidel and Richard Coglianese were married by the Reverend Father Alexander Leiker. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Herman Seidel, of Star City, arc! the bridegroom is •the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Co({lianese. Sr., of New Carlisle. Sister Cecilia, organist, accompanied Rose Mary Walas when .she sans "Panis AngelicUs," and Mass, am! "On This Day, 0 Beautiful Mother." White fjiadioli and mums banked the altar. in pink and blue net. At 2 o'clock guests were received at the American Legion Hall in Winamac with 250 persons attending. Hostesses were Mrs. Irene Gushure, South Bond; Mr.s. Josephine Coglianese of New Carlisle; Mrs. Henry Burggrabe, of Evans- TO WED—St. Joseph Catholic church in ZwoTle,. Louisiana, will be the scene Saturday morning, June 29, at 9 o'clock, of the marriage of Miss Drucella LaRoux and Staff/ Sgt. William Klumpp, stationed _at the Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana. Miss LaRoux is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry LaRoux, of Zwolle, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Klumpp, of] 321 West Linden avenue, city. The bridegroom-elect is a local high school graduate. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Eel Club 2 Hears Eugene Darby Talk Eugene Darby addressed members of tho township home demonstration club No. 2 Tuesday , afternoon at the YWCA parlors | with tho president, Mrs. Fern ville and Mrs; Bernice .Shannon! War[ ] in c i, ar g c . of Chicago. Wedding cake, sherbert punch, nuts and rosebud minis were served. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coglianese departed on a two weeks wedding • trip through Wisconsin and Canada. The bride, escorted to the altar'j After their return they will be nrl irivcn in marriage by her at home at Hudson Lake near New Carlisle, Indiana. The bride Is a graduate of Star and given in marriage by father, appeared In a gown of candlelight imported Chantilly ]ace and Dupioni silk, fashioned with a fitted lace bodice, Sabrina neckline embroidered with .seed pearls and sequins, and Ions taper- Ing sleeves. The skirt of lace and City High school employed at the and has Indiana been Bell INDIANA DAY Indiana day at IOOF Home at Grcensburg, Indiana, will be held Juno 23 with a picnic dinner and entertainment. Ail Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodges of Indiana are invited. Telephone company in South Bend, Indiana. Her hu.sband is a graduate of silk extended into a chapel-length'New Carlisle and i.s employed at train. She wore a erown of pearls the Western Electric Company in and sequins .weurinf! a blusher veil of imported .silk illusion. She carried a prayer book topped with a white orchid. A friend of the bride, Mrs. Nancy Glon, of South Bend, served as •maid of honor and bridesmaids •were Mrs. Clara Ruth Rude of Pu- laskl, aunt of the bride ,and Mrs. Joan Fiffel of South Bend, cousin of the bride. The attenadnt.i wore gowns of South Bend. Friday evening a rehearsal dinner was served at (1:30 p.m. at tho lomc of the bride's parents to thirty guests. aqua chiffon fa.shinned with sheer yokes 'scooped necklines, and cap sleeves designed wim a cumber- bund effect with aqua and white daisies. The bouffant skirts were cocktail length with floating panel* in tho back. They wore matching headpieces and carried a cascade arrangement of white carnations. All wore pearl Jewelry, gift of the bride. Dcbra Powell, of South Bend, Marsarot Ann Fahlcr and Mary Kllen Fahlcr. served as _ flower {(iris. They were gowned in palp yellow taffeta and not des'itmed with sheer yokes, scoop necklines and cap sleeves. They wore matching headpieces and pearl jewelry, gift of the bride. Following the mass, the bride presented a bouquet of pink sweetheart roses at the altar of the Virgin Mary. John Glan, friend of the groom, attended as best man, Julius Ilnl- jis.s, of South Uend and John Tal- crico of New Carlisle were grooms men and Kavcn Powell was rim; bearer. Ushering were Roger Freeman, uncle of the ibride, and Joseph CoKllnnusc, uncle of the groom. For her daughter's wedding Mr.s. Scldcl .selected a gown of liKhl xrey lace over pink taffeta with pink acci'.s.ioriii.i and wore a Jiat of pink rose buds and rhin stones. The ({room's 'mother choose a ''ream flowered print dress of nylon chiffon over taffeta and wore while accessories and a flowered white .straw hat. Both wore corsages of a pink orchid. Immediately following the ceremony at hij{h noon, u three course breakfast was served to !K) guests at the SI. Peters dining room Spray*- of flowers and fern c«nt- POSTPONKD • The meeting of Hie Adams township HD club has been postponed one week because of a death. The 49cr's club of Washington township will be Ruest at the meeting now scheduled for June 27 at 1:30 p.m. at the Twelve Mile Community hall. ,-, ill UIA.|JIU;U.T, •" Read the Classified Ads MLS. Miniiio Mrs. Minnie Newby led the flag pledges, and roll call was answered with "my wedding date." Devotions were given by Mrs. Sarah Stephen who also read a poem and closed with prayer. Mrs. Adah Hedrick gave the secretary's report and Miss Frankio Kinneman the treasurer's report. A report of Ihe summer conference, held recently at Purdue, was read by Miss Kinnemun' preceding announcement by Mrs. Dorothy Newer that Mrs. Maude Junes will finish the unexpircd term of the vice-president of the club. Announcement was also made that the club would entertain the Bethlehem township club at the annual picnic'. Named on Ihu committee in charge (if entertainment were Mrs. Edith Zcig, Mrs. Nellie Watson and Miss Frankic Kinneman. Eugene Darby, of the Slate Hospital, spoke In UK; group on "Effects of the Modern Day Drugs on Mental Hospitals." The meeting closed with Mi/.puh benediction. Hostesses at the meeting were Mrs. Mabel Tlmmons, Mrs, San .Stephens, Mrs. Anna 1'orler ant Read the Classified Ads FOR THIS SUMMER, IT'S STRAPLESS BRASf SAY IT WITH FLOWERS DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. 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