The attractive bride chose for her wedding costume a dressmaker suit of white silk shantung with matching accessories. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. Attending as maid of honor, Miss Angeline Kremaric was attired in a suit of beige linen complimented by accents of brown. She wore matching accessories and carried a colonial arrangement of yellow carnations.
The bride's niece, petite Ruth Novosel, served as flower girl and was adorable in a hoop skirt frock of dainty white eyelet. She carried a bouquet of roses and daisies gathered from Mrs. Starr's garden.
The groom asked Clyde Wietbrock to be his best man.
Following the ceremony 75 guests gathered in the garden at the home of the groom's parents, to extend congratulations and best wishes for a lifetime of happiness to the newlyweds. Wedding cake and refreshments were served from a prettily decorated table.
The bride, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mark Golubic, resided at the home of her sister, Mrs. Novosel, and family at 7359 Parrish Ave, in Hammond. She is a graduate of Bishop Noll high school of that city and St. Mary's Mercy hospital school of nursing in Gary. She is employed at the newly erected hospital in Dyer. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Starr, is a graduate of Lowell high school. He is employed as a departmental head at the local Sears store.
For honeymoon travel the bride changed to a nylon sheer dress of white and black print, with white accessories. The couple will return from the Ozarks to their new home on South Fremont Street.
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