Charles D. Burgess
The fireplace in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mummert, 315 E. Taylor street, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Jeanne E. Mummert and Charles D. Burgess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burgess, 1235 S. Lindsay street at 6 o'clock Wednesday night. Vases of chrysanthemums decorated either end of the fireplace.
The candlelight ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dwight Patterson, pastor of the First United Brethren church.
The bride's wedding dress of winter white wool was street-length and accented with gold nailheads. She wore brown acessories and a corsage of red rosebuds and baby-breath.
Miss Dorothy Burgess, sister of the bridegroom, and Richard James attended the couple. Miss Burgess wore an aqua blue dress, styled with bracelet-length balloon sleeves and brocaded down the front. Acessories were black and her flowers a corsage of red roses and baby-breath.
Mrs. Mummert, mother of the bride, wore poudre blue with black acessories and the bridegrooms mother was dressed in black with white acessories. Their corsages were red rosebuds and baby-breath.
A wedding supper followed the ceremony and the table was decorated with a cut glass basket of chrysanthemums and fern. The following were guests from out of town; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Burgess, Mitchell, grandparents of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards and daughter, South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fickle, Galveston; brothers in-law and sisters of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hughey,Pittsburgh Pa.; Mr and Mrs. Claude McCorkhill and daughter Claudine, Center; Raymond Knight, Peru, and Miss Madeline Bagwell, Logansport.
Both Mr. Burgess and his bride formerly attended Kokomo High School. He is employeed by Continental Steel Corporation.