The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana on September 28, 1969 · Page 20
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The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana · Page 20

Kokomo, Indiana
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Sunday, September 28, 1969
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20 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE Sunday, Sept. 28, 1969 Weddings (Pliolo by Pfohl) MRS. BUUCE ZADRA (Miss Glenda llodson) Zadra-Hodson The Rev. Joseph Zelenka officiated at the double-ring wedding of Miss Glenda Hodson and Bruce Zadra Saturday morning. The ceremony was in St. Patrick Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hodson, 1321 Home Ave., are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Zadra, 4708 Mayfield Dr. Given in marriage by her father, Uie bride wore an A-line satin gown, accented with Bordon lace on the bodice and skirt front. The chapel train was topped by a satin bow, and Chantilly lace petals and crystals secured her elbow- length veil. She carried a cascade of carnations and chrysanthemums. Miss Dee Ann Hodson, sister of the bride, attended as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Roberta Hendershot, and Misses Sandra and Susan Raney, Forest, were junior bridesmaids. The maid of honor and bridesmaid wore apricot gowns of peau de sole accented with bittersweet ribbons. Their veils were caught to apricot bows, streamers and daisies. The junior bridesmaid's gowns were identically- styled of green with emerald ribbons. They wore green headpieces and carried hand bouquets of carnations. Paul Zadra, brother of the bridegroom, attended as best man. Groomsman was David Zadra, and Jerry Smith and Gilbert Winkle were ushers. A reception in the church followed the ceremony. The bride was graduated from Kokomo High School in 1965. She is employed by Delco Radio Division. The bridegroom, a 1965 graduate of Northwestern High School, is also employed by Delco. They will live in Kokomo. MRS. LANCE UHLEY (Miss Pamela Parker) Uhley-Parker Miss'Pamela R u t h Parker became the bride of Lance Sunnie Uhley Saturday in First United Methodist Church Birmingham, Mich. Dr. G. Ernest Thomas performed the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Parker Jr., Birmingham, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Uhley, Royal Oak, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. U.K. Cage, Tipton, are grandparents of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of ivory satin and embroidered Alencon lace. Lace detailed the cathedral train and a lace and pearl tiara caught the illusion veil. She carried a white mother-of-pearl bible with white orchids, stephanotois and ivy. Miss Susan Lange, Indianapolis, was maid of honor. Misses Gaile Finney and Linda Finney, Belvidere, 111., Nancy Dwyer, Fort Wayne, and Laura Uhley, Royal Oak, were bridesmaids. They wore powder blue gowns trimmed in white lace ruffles. Their veils caught to - R/gsbee-A/lcCormack MARY'S KNIT-N-PURL Now Has Col. Minerva Nantuck Sports Yarn $1.10 1217N. Armstrong Miss Carol Sue McCormack became the bride of 1st Lt. Don M. Rigsbee during a double-ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Walter McAdams. in Union Street Friends Church Saturday afternoon. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. McCormack, 1516 Imperial Dr., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Rigsbee of Marion. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a silk faille gown trimmed with reembroidered Alencon lace. A lace pillbox secured her illusion veil, and she carried a cascade of stephanotis and carnations centered with an orchid. Miss Karen Mullendore, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Harry Glen McCormack, Anderson, maid and matron of honor, wore gowns of orchid georgette. Miss Linda Atteberry, Kettering, Ohio; Miss Janice Rigsbee and Mrs. Phyllis French, both of Marion, were bridesmaids in gowns of lavender georgette and petaled headdresses. They carried colonial arrangements of lavender and orchid pompons, Joyce Ann McCormack, Anderson, and Bret Rigsbee, Marion, were flower girl and ring bearer. Phillip Rigsbee, Marion, was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Paul E. Rigsbee, Marion; Chuck Bontrager, Lafayette; Glenn Miller, Indianapolis, and Harry Glen McCormack, Anderson. Kokomo Country Club was the site of a reception following the ceremony, and also of the rehearsal dinner Friday night. The bride, a 1962 graduate of Oak Hill High School was graduated from Butler University in 1966. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota and Tau Beta Sigma honoraries and was employed as a music teacher in Western and Eastern school corporations. The bridegroom, a 1963 Oak Hill High School graduate, was graduated from Butler in 1967. He is a member of Phi Mu EpsUon and Kappa Kappa Psi hon- oraries and is serving in the United States Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, N.C., where they will live. ^ ^ Do as Decorators DO! Decorate with Confidence and Experience . Decorate with Our "Custom-Designed Draperies . . . for obtaining the results you desire, let us assist you with ALL of your home furnishing needs . . . Open Today 1-6 Our Interior Decorator Judy Meeks, will be happy to discuss your decorating problems or ideas with you- Phone 457-7528 CUSTOM DRAPERIES BEDSPREADS FINE FURNITURE if CARPETING * LAMPS AND ACCESSORIES lot fur Motrt Btatiful MPI To Open Season Delta Kappa Gamma Arranges Dinner, Program, Initiation Initiation of five new members is planned by Delta Kappa Gamma Society for 6 p.m. Tuesday following a dinner in Young Women's Christian Association. The new initiates are Mrs. Francis Edson, Mrs. Robert Beck, Mrs. Bill Stanley, Mrs. Kenneth Marshall and Miss Sandra Tuttle. Mrs. Lettie Trefz, state editor of "The Hoosier Newsette", the Delta Kappa Gamma official publication, will talk on the foundation of the state group. She is frim Indianapolis. Vocalists Mr. and Mrs. Ted Conners, Accompaied by Mrs. Robert Boyd, will provide music. The social committee is headed by Mrs. Dorthy Kearney, and the program is being planned by Mrs. June Gilstad. Miss Joan Hblman is president of the group. P.J. Mills Wants To See You WEDDING INVITATIONS. HUMPHREY PRINTING CO. 315 N. MAIN ST. blue lace bows, and they carried white cascades of Fuji chrysanthemums. Diane Uhley, Royal Oak, was flower girl and David Creech, Clawson, Mich., was ring bearer. Serving as best man was Bruce West, Royal Oak. Groomsmen and ushers included Frederick E. Parker III, Birmingham, Gary Uhley, Utica, Mich., Burgess Baker and Richard Sanderson both of Royal Oak. A reception followed in the church parlor. After a wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will live in Royal Oak. The bride, a 1964 graduate of North Central High School, Indianapolis, graduated from Purdue University in 1968. She is now an interior designer in Detroit. A 1964 graduate of Kimball High School, Royal Oaks, the bridegroom attended Central Michigan University, Ml. Pleasant Mich., and now attends Wayne State University, Detroit, and is employed by Chrysler Corp., Detroit. MRS. DON RIGSBEE (Miss Carol McCormack) 200 YEARS OLD FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) - Special services marked the 200th anniversary of the Falls Church, oldest in northern Virginia, in the center of this city which derived its name from the structure. The Right Rev. John Hines, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States, was preacher for the services, highlighted with special music. Later Mayor Charles M. Hailey of Falls Church joined with denominational and church leaders in planting a commemorative tree. KNIPE FLOWER SHOP "New Autumn Arrangements" Black Brown a whiz at WALKING... Our smart, young Fifth Avenues by Selby look so fashion-right . . . and they perform just beautifully! It's the soft, soft feel of their finer leathers. The unique cushioning. And the meticulous fit that eases your every stepl Kokomo Mall Store Only! Kokomo Gas Fuel Co. m Harvest Gas Appliance Sale SAVE NOW AT THESE REDUCED PRICES Ranges Roper - Crown - Caloric · Norge · Hardwick Norge Washers. 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