The Kokomo Tribune
In a double-ring ceremony Saturday morning in Epworth Methodist Church,
Indianapolis, Miss Susan Gail Bedemus became the bride of
Stephen Mills Jessup. The Rev. John M. Hunt officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles John Bedemus of Indianapolis. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. John William Jessup, also of Indianapolis, and the grandson of
Mrs. Fred Jessup, 402 E. Mulberry St. An empire-styled gown of French
matelasse and a pear de soie was chosen by the bride for the ceremony. She
carried a cascade of lilies of the valley, white carnations and ivy. Mrs.
Thomas Lee Bennett of Indianapolis was matron of honor. Miss Mary Jane
Dennis of Shelbyville and Miss Patricia Tinder of Indianapolis were
bridesmaids. They wore empire-styled gowns of rose linen and chiffon and
carried crescents of miniature pink carnations. Thomas Frederick Jessup
Indianapolis was best man. Mark Bell of Indianapolis and
Kenneth Johnson of
Cincinnati were groomsmen. After a wedding trip to St. Louis, the couple
will reside in Indianapolis. The bride a 1964 graduate of North Central High
School, Indianapolis, attended Ball State University. She is employed as a
secretary. The bridegroom was graduated from Hanover College in 1966 and
attends Indiana University School of Law. He is affiliated with Beta Theta
Pi fraternity and is employed by Indiana State Employment Security Division.
July 31, 1967
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
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