Tipp City Herald

September 16, 1970

MILLHOUSE, GAYLE (USMC) - BUSSINGER, DEBORAH ANN

The United Methodist church was the scene of the wedding of Deborah Ann Bussinger and Gayle Millhouse (USMC) on Sept. 5.  The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bussinger, are deceased.  Mr. and Mrs. George Millhouse of 230 North Second street are the parents of the groom.  The Rev. Norman Newman officiated at the wedding rites before an altar framed with two baskets of yellow and white daisies.  Miss Rhonda Dickerson presented a program of nuptial music prior to the ceremony.  Escorted to the altar by her uncle, Wilbur Rossiter, the bride wore a formal gown of white organza over satin which featured an empire waist and a flowing train.  The long sleeves were cuffed with lace which was repeated on the hem of the skirt and on the train.  Her elbow length veil of illusion was caught to a matching band of lace.  She carried a formal bouquet of white daisies with yellow rosebuds.  Nancy Clements of New Carlisle was the maid of honor and the attendants were Judy Jacobs of Cardiff, Calif., Connie McCarroll of West Milton, Aileen Knowles of Cincinnati and Susanne Dix of West Milton.  The attendants were gowned alike in light blue floor length dresses with brocade bodices and satin skirts.  They carried pale yellow daisies.  Master Kenneth Millhouse was the ring bearer and Miss Tricia McMaken served as flower girl.  Best man was William Zimmerman, and groomsmen were John Shafer, John Trupp, Brad Burton and Daniel Dickerson, the latter two of Casstown.  A reception for 100 guests followed the ceremony in the church social room.  The bride and groom are both graduates of Tippecanoe high school.  Mrs. Millhouse was also graduated from Miami university at Oxford and worked for the Miami Valley Regional Planning commission as an intern planner.  Cor. Millhouse is stationed with the U.S. Marine corps at El Toro, Calif.  The couple will make their home at 12262 Hester street, Apt. B, Garden Grove, Calif., 92640. 

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