Raymond Flaugh

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EVA JUNE HOSTLER BRIDE OF SERGEANT RAYMOND FLAU6H Miss Eva Juno Hostler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hostler, North Third street, and Sgt. Rny- mond Flaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. \ pon-y Hnrpster, North Second j street, were married Monday even- : jn<? at 8 o'clock, July 19, in P cnndle-liKht ceremony In the Evan- p-ellcnl United Brethren church. The pastor, the Rev. Robert Hoop- O r. officiated at the double rlnp ceremony before an altar decorated w |th frrns, mixed lowers and candelabra, Thc bride, Riven In marriage by hcr brot j lcri Bernard Hostler, wore a street length dress of white nylon net, with small while nylon cap, and carried a white Bible, the gift Qf lhc groom _ topped with an orchid l, lh iyy ,; nd 8nl|n 8 |. rcnrnc rs knotted with miniature panslcs. Mrs. Clyde Flaugh, .sister of the i bride, was the matron of honor. IMli | V»4t»» VII V «i»fiw«w«» v< .._..__. e W()rc blun , on nel dl , css nnd h(U fnsnltmcd nf i or those of the bride, and carried yellow roses wit 1 blue streamers. Clyde Flaugh, brothnr of the bridegroom, was the best man. All the men of the wedding party wore white carnation boutonnlers. Eugene Flaugh, nephew of the tarldo and bridegroom, was the ring bearer. Miss June Cherry, church organist, played the traditional wedding march and recessional, and accompanied the soloist. Robert Bonn; who sang "O Promise Me", and while the couple knelt at the altar, "The Lord's Prayer". The bride attended Bcllwood-An- Us High school and Is employed nt the A & P supermarket, In Tyrone. The bridegroom, current- ly on a 30-day leave after months service In Korea, is 22 attached to First Marine Air Wing, and at the expiration of his leave, will be stationed al Camp LeJeune, reception for nioir N. C. A wedding than n hundred guests, was held in tho .social hnll of the church following the ceremony. The bridal couple left limned lately on a wedding- trip through Ohio and North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs Flaugh plan to live near Camp' Lejguiie as soon as housing facilities arc 1 available. St. Flaugh will .!

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  1. Tyrone Daily Herald,
  2. 21 Jul 1954, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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