Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Times, June 3, 1930

PAGE 6City Girl Is‘ E + m9 * Sr* 'mwWedded in Home RitesMiss Viola Katherine Egelhoff. daughter of Mrs. Minnie Egelhoff. 3600 Madison road, became the bride of Frank Riley White, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Curtis White. 314 North Denny street, at 8:30 Monday night.The service was read by the Rev. T. R. Raries. pastor of Zion Evangelical church, at the home of thebride’s sister. Mrs. William Bohne. 3708 South Meridian street. jPlayed Bridal Group ' IThe house was decorated with garden flowers. Miss Margaret Ber-del. violinist, played a group ofbridal songs. Miss Susan Whittakertang “I Love You Truly.”Miss Rosa Lee Whittaker, maid of honor, wore pink net and carried pink roses. Donald Skyles was best iBE IThe bride wore white ratin. made i with a fitted bcdice and long fulltkirt, trimmed with a satin bow inone side at the waistline. Her tulle veil was made cap shape, held in place with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of bride'sroses and lilies of the valley. jReception for Guests Following the ceremony a recep-tticn was held for seventy weddingguests. The table was decorated with a bridal cake and lighted with \tapers. IMr. and Mrs. White have gone east on a motor trip, the bride trav- , eling in a gray tweed suit blouse to match, and gray accessories. They will be at home after June 15 at 1326 Ashland avenue.