Marilyn Yvonne Pysher and James Christenson marriage announcement
i AND MRS. JAMKS CHRISTKNSON blue lace, Mrs. Christenson wore pink nylon jersey and beige accessories. A reception and supper in the church .social room was attejided by 150 g:\iestfi. Friends and relatives from this area were Mr. and The Rev. Adam P. Bingliam per- ! Mrs. Arthur Chri.stenson. Mr. and formed the double ring ceremony ( Mrs. Iceland Kngnian and son, Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nel- Marilyn Yvonne, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold E. I’ysher of Montgomery, Pa., became the bride of Janies Christenson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Christenson of Ludlow, on June 16 in St. John's Lutheran church in Montgomciy, at 4:00 p. m. before a candle- lighted altar enhanced with vases of white snapdragons and stocl<. Mrs. Robert Bastian, of Montgomery. played traditional organ music and Leland Engman, Ludlow, sang three selections. I father, The bride, given in marriage by in to In is by of wore white imported Chantilly lace over taffeta, princess .style, with tapering collar at the V-neck!ine, long sleeves, and back lengthening into a chapel train. Seed pearls decorated her fingertip veil and two white orchids topped her white praj’er book, with forget-me- nots knitted in a shower of streamers. A cousin of the bride, Yvonne Kelly, was maid of honor; Clara Dawn Smith was bridesmaid; Kay Pysher was her sister’s junior bridesmaid. They wore Spanish lace in shades of salmon pink, mint green, and yellow, with picture hats and mitts, and carried arm bouquets of roses blending with their gowns. Little Betsy Halberg of Kane, relative of the bridegroom, wore blue Spanish lace over taffeta and carried a basket of I’ed roses and rose petaLs. Best man was Virgil Nelson, Ludlow; ushers ' were Ronald Pysher, Glenn McCarvey and Adolph Verolini, Wearing orchids, Mrs. Py.sher son. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Nekson, Ludlow; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Halberg, and daughter, Betsy, Kane. For a wedding trip to Onlano, Canada, the bride chose a blue prini'c.'is frock, matching accessories. anil while oichid. She is a senior at Pennsylvania Stale IJniveisity, from wheie Mr. Christenson was graduated this spring. They plan to reside in State Colloge, where both will continue studies next teiTn, and whei e Mr. Christenson will spend the summer employed in the research department. Clarendon Church Activities Varied chose white accessories with light Clarendon--Among varied church activities held rece.ntly has "een a meeting of the WSCS in the Methodist church parlors, with Mrs. Evelyn Meley in charge of devotions and Mrs. Ina Bauer, progrom leader, using the subject “Fellowship”, assisted by several other members. An interesting quiz was presented by Mrs, Mary Campbell; Mrs. Mai Ilia Schneider, president, conducrcd a short business session and refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Geneviev« Kinch.