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KOLB--MACHY Before an altar banked with ferns, Â·Â·sorted dahlias and chrysanthemums, chrysanthemums, a lovely fall wedding was solemnised in the Zion Lutheran church at Accident, on Sunday afternoon, October S, when Lois Virginia Beachy. daughter of Mr*. Milton J. Myers, of Lewistown. became became the bride of Harvey Gurnev Kolb. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clarence Kolb ot Accident. Â«ev. C. F. Dauphin, pastor, performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a white floor length net over taffeta gathered gathered skirt with bodice of white taffeta taffeta which cam* to a poiat at the waist in front and back and had long pointed sleeves. Her headdress headdress was a white taffeta halo with clusters of white flowers at each side which had a waist length net veil. The bride carried a white orchid on a white Bible with satin She was given in mar- her uncle, Mr. Ray of disability. member virtu- ol De- Police employed Of- near time the pubic time. congenial treatment streamer*, riage by O'Haver, of Morfantown. West Va. Miss Lucille Dlxon, Lewistown, was the bride's maid of honor only attendant The gown, similar similar to the brlde'i, was a yellow floor length net over taffeta, gathered gathered skirt with bodice of yellow taffeta She wore matching taffeta mitts. Her headdress was a yellow taffeta halo with clusters of yellow yellow flowers at each side. She carried carried a bouquet of mixed pom The dresses of the bride and maid of honor were made by Nellie Smith of Frederick. Mrs. Delbert Leeie, of LeVale. sang "O Perfect Love," and "The Lord's Prayers" accompanied by church organist, Mrs. Harry Humberson. Humberson. Clark Kolb, the groom's brother, served as best man. John Kolb, cousin of the groom, and Wilmer Beachy, brother of the bride, were ushers. "The bride's mother wore a navy dress with black accessories and corsege of yellow pom pons. The groom's mother wore a gray suit with black accessories and a yellow yellow pom pon corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception reception was held in the social of the church. Duet numbers, "Oh Promise Me, and "Because," were rendered by Mrs. Delbert Leese and Charles Wilt. The bridal was carried out in the fall floral decorations and three-tiered wedding wedding cake. The bride is a 1952 graduate Accident High School and was employed by Roy H. Broadwater of Accident. Mr. Kolb also graduated from Accident High School and has served four years in the United States Navy, having been discharged in August as a petty officer second class. For a going away outfit, the wore a pink and black dress suit with black accessories and a topper. The couple spent a week 36 of and were "The honeymooning at Niagara Falls Canada. Upon returning, the couple will reside at the groom's home where they have a furnished apartment. The groom and his brother are engaged in farming. The out-of-town guests included: Mrs. Ethel Dixon and Edwood Beachy, of Lewistown; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. O'Haver, Virgil O'Haver, O'Haver, Mrs Ray O'Haver, of Morgantown, Morgantown, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Beachy, Akron, O.; Mr. and Arthur Georg, Pitcairn, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. John O'Hern, Mrs. Stroud, Mrs. Mary Kolb and daughter, Helen, of Uniontown, Winfred MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Announcement has been made the marriage of Margaret E. Trail avenue, and Louis Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Simmons, 917 North Market at EHicott City Saturday morning, 11 o'clock. The double ring ceremony ceremony was performed by Rev. Emmett R. Spencer.