As strains of Liszt's "Liebestraum" were softly played by Mrs. Morris Gilbert, Miss Sue Minninger charmingly attired in pale blue Swiss, wearing a corsage of rosebuds, lighted pink candles in tall candelabra flanking the improvised altar of evergreens and pink gladioli.
The Reverend Paul Reisen of the First Methodist church read a single ring ceremony in the presence of immediate family members and a few friends.
The bride wore an afternoon dress of French grey imported swiss with inserts of white lace in the fitted bodice, her corsage was of purple orchids and Etruseus crocus.
Mrs. Fred Minninger, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. For her gown she chose navy blue swiss trimmed in frosted white organdy, and wore a corsage of yellow rosebuds and delphinium.
Charles Ward of Hobart served as best man.
Immediately following the ceremony cake, punch, and coffee were served from a beautifully appointed table, with Mrs. F.J. Van Nada and Mrs. C. E. Van Nada presiding.
Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H.L. McCarthy of Beloit, Wis.; Mrs. Hayes Vickers and son Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of Gary; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward of Hobart, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sill of Koonce Lake.
After an extended eastern trip Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will be at home in Lowell.
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