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Dio Chamberlins To Reside Here Teachers College .Student Weds Miss Phyllis E. Beahm, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Beahm of Aaronsburg, became the bride of Dlo K. Chamberlain, local Teachers College student, son of Mr. and Mrs. David C. Chamberlln of Turbotsvllle. The double ring ceremony took place Sunday, June 24, at 2.30 p. -m. in Salem Lutheran Church, Aaronsburg, with the Rev. James S. Shannon, pastor, officiating. The altar was decorated with white gladioli, spring flowers and fern. .John Lytle of Turbotsville sang 'I Love You Truly," "When Day is Done," and "Because." Mrs. Dean Shade of Rebersburg played played the traditional wedding marches and "The Lord's Prayer" Prayer" during the ceremony. Wore White Organdy Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white organdy which had a ruffle-edged yoke with fitted bodice and long sleeves. A bustle effect highlighted the skirt which .fell into a train. Her fingertip of veil of illusion was held in place • with a tiara. She carried a white Bible on which rested a white with cascading streamers. the, Mrs pr anc i s stover, Aarons- matron of honor. She * V^Vr and carried carnations and del- Har-!phiniums with .matching head- of,dress. The bridesmaids were pay-,Miss Mary Esther Chamberlin of accompany the Turbotville and Mrs. Sally Elder of Williamsport, sisters of the groom. They wore gowns of marquisette over taffeta with floral headdress and carried bouquets bouquets of spring flowers. Miss Cynthia Stover, Aaronsburg, Aaronsburg, was flower girl. Master Bobby Lamey, Rebersburg, was ring bearer. Charles Chamberlin of Tur- 1 —'"" 1 - '— tu ~- -' * u " K-I-I-- 1400 purchase be on East ; and Canada . Lock Haven. botville, brother of the bridegroom, bridegroom, was best man. The ushers were Larry Beahm, Aaronsburg, Aaronsburg, brother of the bride,j and Paul Wasson of Madisonburg. Madisonburg. To Live in Lock Haven Approximately 100 guests attended attended a reception given at Mensch's Hall following the ceremony. ceremony. The newlyweds left on a wedding trip to Niagara Falls will res i de on' to an Five the The bride, a. graduate of East Perm's Valley High School, Millheim, Millheim, is employed by Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State College. The bridegroom bridegroom was graduated from Gregg Township Vocational High School, Spring Mills. He is attending attending the Lock Haven State Teachers College, and is employed employed part time by The Lock Haven Express.