Ivadelle Beardslee—A.G. Penfold Married

The home of Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Benson on Lake Angelus Road was the scene of a lovely wedding last Saturday afternoon at 4:00 o’clock. To the strains of Mendelssohn’s march Miss Ivadelle Beardslee came down the stairs and took her place beside Lieut. Alston G. Penfold. Rev. C.J. Sutton of the Community United Presbyterian Church, Drayton Plains, officiated before a fireplace which was beautifully decked with palms, ferns and baskets of white gladioli.

The bride’s gown was ivory satin with a lace yoke, fitted pointed waist length sleeves and a long train with a full length veil. She carried a white Bible with Johanna Hill roses and gardenias. Miss Elizabeth Benson was maid of honor and wore a blue double net over blue faille and carried yellow roses. Misses Elsie Benson and Elizabeth Penfold, sisters of the bridegroom, were gowned in pink double net over pink faille. They both carried Virginia carnations and pink roses.

Mary Lou Pelton, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Pelton of Waterford, acted a flower girl. She was dressed in a blue double net over blue faille and carried a basket of pink and white mixed flowers which was tied with a blue ribbon.

Darwin Penfold, brother of the bridegroom served as best man. William Brondige of Holly and Albert Penfold, brother of the bridegroom, were ushers.

Miss Beardslee is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant E. Beardslee of Clarkston, and Lieut. Penfold is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Penfold of East Jordan.

Mrs. Beardslee, mother of the bride, wore a navy crepe romaine frock with a quilted jacked and a corsage of red roses.

Mrs. Penfold, mother the bridegroom, was dressed in black crepe Romaine with gold accessories, and a corsage of red roses.

Lieut. and Mrs. Penfold will spend a few days in northern Michigan and upon their return will reside at an army station in the South.

Mrs. Penfold wore for traveling a wine crepe dress with brown accessories. The bride is a graduate of Pontiac High School and Michigan State College and taught one year at Olivet High School. Lieut. Penfold is a graduate from East Jordan High School and attended Michigan State College. He also graduated from an infantry school at Fort Benning, Georgia.

Source: Clarkston News, October 2, 1942.

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