Clipped From Xenia Daily Gazette
Day Friday r s . The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Taylor, 82 Haddon Ct., and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ralph Pflanzer of Hamilton and 1 h e late Robert W. Irwin. Given in marriage by h e r falher, the bride wore a skimmer gown ot shantung, with kabuki sleeves. The gown was trimmed with venise lace. Her veil of silk illusion was caught lo a demhat and she carried a cascade arrangement of yellow roses and yellow daisies. Mrs. William Cramer of Dayton was matron of honor. S h e wore an A-line gown of dark ^reen shantung, with an empire waistline and carried a n o s e gay of yellow daisies a n d green tipped carnations. SUSAN TAYLOR, JOHN IRWIN SPEAK VOWS MISS SUSAN Elizabeth Taylor became the bride of John Robert Invm in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Carson Reynolds Feb. 20 in First Church of Got], N, Detroit St Jesse Hughes was best man. Stephen Taylor, brother of the bride, and Danny Irwin, brother of the bridegroom, w e ushers. The reception was at t h church. The bride was graduated from Xenia High School in 1967 and attended Central State University. She is employed by t Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, Dayton. The bridegroom, a I960 graduate of Xenia High School, is employed by the Xenia Police Division. He has served in t h Army, including a tour in Viet- am. The couple is residing at 1278 Kyle more Dr.