Clipped From The Express
Wenfz-W//f DEKALB, 111.- Mr. and Mrs. Jan Teah Wentz are living at 1400 W. Lincoln Hwy. Apt. C-16 in DeKalb, following their marriage on August 12 in St. John Lutheran Church, Lock Haven Pa. The bride, a graduate of Lock Haven State College with a BS in elementary education is a fourth grade teacher in the Kaneland Community Unit 302, Illinois. Mr. Wentz who received a BA degree from Gettysburg College is a graduate assistant in philosophy at the Northern Illinois University. The bride is the former Karen Louis Wilt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt, 974 W. Third St., Lock Haven. Mr. Wentz is the son of Mr. and Mrs.-Edward E. Wentz, 110 S. Hampton St., Lock Haven. The ceremony, written by the bridegroom, was performed by the Rev. Gibbs Morton and was followed by a lawn reception at the home of the bride. Miss Cindy Dietz was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Fryer, Philadelphia, Mrs. Theodore Wentz and Miss Dawn Wilt, both of Lock Haven. Theodore Wentz was best man for his brother. Ushers were their brothers, Jan and David Wentz and Larry Wilt. The bride wore a gown of crepe and, georgette chiffon with full sleeves trimmed with ruffled cuffs of lace. A deep ruffle of the same lace edged a hemline. She had a picture hat with daisies around the crown and a floorlength veil falling from the back. She carried pink and white daisies, white carnations and baby's breath. The maid of honor wore a lilac flocked gingham dress with long full sleeves and an empire waist and carried a basket of lilac sprayed diasies. The bridesmaids were similarly dressed in pink and carried matching flowers.