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    FROM THE DAILY HERALD, CHICAGO, DATED 16 SEP 1965

    Ripon Graduates Married, Honeymoon in Wisconsin. A romance that began on the campus of Ripon College was culminated Aug. 21 in the First Methodist Church of Arlington Heights when Shari Linda Tremberth and John Carter Hyde were united in marriage. The couple both graduated in June from Ripon where the groom majored in psychology and his bride was a Russian and History major. She is also an Arlington High graduate and Mr. Hyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carter L. Hyde of Chicago graduated. Following their 10-day honeymoon in Northern Wisconsin, the newlyweds left for Huntington, W. Va., where both will begin their graduate study at Marshall University. A floor-length empire style peau de soie gown fashioned with a removable jacket decorated with lace and pearls was chosen by the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Tremberth, 300 E. Rockwell, Arlington Heights. White phalaenopsis with light blue stephanotis made up the bridal bouquet. PRECEDING THE bride and her father down the aisle of the church decorated with a bouquet of white gladioli were five attendants, all gowned in empire style floor-length silk organza dresses fashioned with a green velvet ribbon around the waist. The gown of the maid of honor, Miss Alice Lagod of Arlington Heights, was yellow, and yellow fuji mums were centered in her foliage bouquet. The bridesmaids, all Alpha Xi Delta sorority sisters of the bride, were Barbara Bradford of Doylestown, Pa., Donna Staeben of Brookfield, Wis., Trudy Bridge of Blue Island and Jeanne Hyde of Chicago, sister of the groom. Their dresses were light blue and light blue mums made up their bouquets. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Tremberth chose an iridescent avocado green silk suit accented with two gold orchids. Mrs. Hyde's turquoise knit suit ensemble was complemented by her white orchid corsage. FRED RUEGER of Grosse Pointe, Mich., Sigma Chi fraternity brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Rett Humke of Chilton Wis., Phil Metcalf of Evanston, and David Gebhardt of Lombard, all fraternity brothers, and Steven Tremberth, brother of the bride. Following the 2 o'clock ceremony in which Rev. Amos Thronburg officiated, 165 guests were present at the Arlington Carousel where a buffet dinner was served.


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