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Miss Anderson, John McMurry Married In Church

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Miss Mary Irene Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith Anderson of Hill St., spoke her marriage vows to John Hitchcock McMurry, son of Prof. and Mrs. Kenneth C. McMurry of Orchard Hills Dr., in a ceremony performed at 8 o'clock Saturday night in the First Presbyterian church.
Dr. William P. Lemon and Dr. Paul Krauss of Fort Wayne, Ind., uncle of the bridegroom, officiated at the ceremony.
The bride wore an ice blue satin gown fashioned with a draped yoke embroidered with blue crystal beads which were repeated at the low waist-line. Her fingertip length veil of blue net fell from a satin tiara and she carried a shower bouquet of gardenias and hyacinths.
Mrs. Albert O. Singleton, jr., of Hill St. was matron of honor for her sister, while Mrs. Albert Piggott and Miss Barbara Crassweller of Walkerville, Ontario, cousins of the bride, were bridesmaids.
All wore pink gowns with full net skirts and embroidered jersey bodices. Their tiaras were of starched pink lace and they carried bouquets of purple iris, pink azaleas, and violets.
Prof. McMurry served as best man for his son, while Dr. Albert O. Singleton, jr., George Castle of Ypsilanti, James Woodruff of Cambridge Rd., and Max Morris of Washtenaw Ave. ushered.
A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. Assisting were Mrs. T. Luther Purdom of Cambridge Rd., Mrs. Herbert C. Sadler of Hill St.,