daughter of louis DeVito
.-Tr ; irY Bemad ette DeVito WedsR.N.Whal0n Â£ CHESTER -- Miss Bernadette .*,- DeVito and Robert N. Whar,'ton;were Whar,'ton;were married here Sunday iiiaorning in St. Anthony's Ro- Â·1 N man Catholic Church. t The Rev. Raymond A. Cocozza Cocozza officiated. Mrs. George Lut'* Lut'* trell was soloist and Mrs. Carl Â·Â» Olszewski was the organist. - The bride is the daughter of Â·Â·, Mr. and Mrs. Louis DeVito, 731 '- JÂ». Providence Road, Nether '- Providence. The bridegroom's parents are 'Â· Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Whalon, "~ 1747 Belfield Ave., Philadelphia. ._..!'.'Mr. DeVito gave his daughter to marriage. Her empire style lace gown was trimmed with pearls and sequins and had long sleeves and a chapel length train. She wore her mother's veil with a petal headpiece trim- Hied with pearls, crystals and sequins, and carried a cascade of orchids, carnations and ros- Campus Corner ;Â·Â· .-Two Delaware County men r i-f-are. among the eight Lehigh Un* Un* ^-tversity undergraduates spend- Â·Â·Â·; - ing the summer as employes of ; Business and industrial firms in *' "-'^European and South American '' '"countries as part of an interna- [ tional exchange program for ! students in business and commerce. commerce. The exchange was arranged arranged by the Association Interna- tionale des Estudiantes en Sciences Economiques et Coinmerciales. David J. Sampson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Sampson, 5 Fairhill Road, Nether. Providence, Providence, is employed in Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia. 'Â·'-Â·-: Lawrence R. Speen, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Speen, 109 Cameron Cameron Drive, Nether Providence, is employed in the Netherlands. Lois Anne and Arlene Boop, daughters of Mrs. Orin V. Boop, 311 Martin Lane, Nether Providence, Providence, have been named to the dean's lists at their respective es. Miss Loretta McLaughlin of Ridley Park, cousin of the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore a floor length style blue linen gown with sleeves and green velvet trim. A matching floral headpiece with petal streamers held her veil and she carried a of pompon daisies and carnations carnations against a blue satin background. The other attendants wore identically styled ensembles Miss Helen Henning of Collingdale Collingdale and Miss Karen Osman,of Nether Providence, the bridesmaids, bridesmaids, wore pink and orchid pectively. Miss Ann Beth DeVito, sister of the bride, the junior bridesmaid, wore mint green. Diane Cherry of Nether Providence, cousin of the.bride, the flower girl. Her ensemble was yellow and white. Daniel Whalon of Cheltenham nephew of the bridegroom,, the ring bearer. Ernest Whalon of Cheltenham was best man for his brother. [Jshers were Edward Whalon Lafayette Hill, another brother; and Reynaldo Casas of Morristown, N.J. Dennis McGady Philadelphia, nephew of the bridegroom, was the junior usher. The reception was in the Polish-American Eagle Citizens Club, Chester. When the newlyweds return from Bermuda they will live Clayinont. ' Â· ' Â· ' Â· - . Â· - i . The bride Is a graduate oi Nether Providence High School and Goldey Beacom Junior College. She is employed by Boeing-Vertol. The bridegroom Is a graduate graduate of Dobbins Vocational and is attending the Drexel Institute of Technology. He is employed by Boeing - Vertol microfilm technician.