Lavendar and white mums and asters decorated the church as Helen Hamman rendered a selection of wedding music and accompanied Ione Reaman as she sang "Wedding Prayer".
The dark-haired bride appeared in a floor length gown of Chantilly lace over net and satin with a winged collar of lace and long tapered sleeves. Scallops of lace adorned the drape of the bouffant skirt and her fingertip veil of illusion was secured to a Victorian style headpiece encrusted with seed pearls and a pearl pendant in front. She wore pearl earrings, gift of the groom, and her bridal bouquet was fashioned of white Fuji mums in a cascade arrangement.
Mrs. Donna Young, friend of the bride, served as matron of honor and the groom's sister, Miss Sharon Jones attended as bridesmaid. Mrs.Young wore a flower sprinkled dress of mint green, embroidered nylon sheer accented by a cummerbund and butterfly bow in back. Miss Jones appeared in a similar gown in pink. Both attendants wore white shoes and blusher veils decorated with white flowers and bows which matched their gowns. They wore necklaces with a silver clover centered with a pearl and carried bouquets of white Fuji mums.
Val Young, a friend, attended as best man and Marvin Bredemeier, brother of the bride, served as groomsman. Ushering the guests were Robert Bredmeier, brother of the bride and Carroll Jones, brother of the groom.
The bride's mother wore a royal blue dress with pink accessories and the groom's mother chose an ensemble in navy blue. Both mothers were honored with white and pink carnation corsages.
Approximately 200 congratulated the couple at a reception at 6:00 p.m. in the Beecher community hall. White, green and pink streamers and wedding bells decorated the hall as Dick Kurth and his orchestra provided music for the reception.
The new Mrs. Jones changed to a turquoise tweed suit contrasted by black accessories and a corsage of yellow rosebuds for honeymoon travel through the southern states.
The bride, a graduate of Lowell high school, is employed by the Stateline Packing Co. Mr. Jones attended Lowell high school and served with the U.S. Air Force. He is presently employed by the Schneider Grain Co. The couple will reside in Sherburnville.
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