Rev. Paul A. Reisen officiated at the double ring ceremony uniting in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert G. Gullic of Crown Point, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Trueblood of Lowell.
Baskets of white Madonna lilies, snapdragons, daisies and hydrangea banked the altar for the pretty candlelight service read at 7:30 p.m. during which the groom's cousin, Ernest Neimeyer sang, "Always" and "I Love You Truly." Organ music was rendered by Mrs. Morris Gilbert. At the close of the ceremony the couple knelt and in unison prayed "The Lord's Prayer."
Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a ballerina gown of pastel blue nylon sheer, fashioned with a high neckline and cap sleeves. An arrangement of pink rose buds covered her white Bible from which cascaded white ribbons streamers knotted with rose buds.
As matron of honor Mrs. Floyd Hood of Valparaiso, wore a similar gown of pink nylon sheet and carried blue tinted carnations.
Donald Potter served the groom as best man and Marvin Trueblood, brother of the groom, acted as an usher.
The bride's mother selected a frock of navy sheer and the groom's mother wore a dress of summer print. Both wore white accessories and white carnations.
Following the ceremony many of the guests were received at the home of the bride's parents, 415 Walnut Street, Crown Point.
For honeymoon travel to Spring Mill State Park, the bride changed into a navy suit with white accessories and pinned to her shoulder line, the pink roses from her Bible.
The bride attended Crown Point high school and the groom, Lowell high school. He is employed by the Sinclair Refining Company in East Chicago.
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