William Eisenhart and Bertha Ewing (Olean, NY); son of David Eisenhart

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Marriage - of Miss Mrs. home St. Mae Bertha Ewing, Eldred,...
of Miss Mrs. home St. Mae Bertha Ewing, Eldred, WilliamEisenhart Saturday Miss Bertha Ewlng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ewing, of Eldred, was united in marriage to William hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Eisenhart, 888 St., Olean, on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Robert L. Buchelt, as Earl Earl J. Hyatt Will Hold Annual stetant pastor, performed the ceremony ceremony in St. Mary of the Angels Church, Olean. Prenuptial music In- eluded "Ave Maria" and other traditional traditional wedding selections. The bride was attired ,ln a gown of white faille, entrain. Her fingertip fingertip veil fell from a coronet of seed pearls and lilies of. the valley. She carried a white prayer book, gift ot the bridegroom, tied with white pompons and white ribbon streamers. streamers. Miss Dolotes Eisenhart, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. She wore a pink chiffon gown and a corsage of roses and mums. Donald Eisenhart served as best man for his brother. Following the ceremony a breakfast breakfast was served at the home of the bridegroom's parents and a dinner was served at the Hotel Stratton at 12;30 o'clock for 30 guests. Table decorations were roses and pompons with a threertlered wedding cake forming the centerpiece. Tho couple left on a wedding trip to Washington, D. C.. and upon return return will reside at 868 North Fourth St.. Olean. Tor traveling Mrs. Eisenhart Eisenhart chose a brown tweed suit and wore a shoulder corsage of yellow mums. . . . Mrs. Eisenhart Is a graduate of the Otto Township High School, class of 1947. Mr. Eisenhart attended attended Olean schools and Is employed by Clark Brothers. Out-of-town guests were present from Buffalo. Bassaar Nov. 28 Bew -- The annual bazaar of Earl J. Hyatt Parent-Teachert association will be held at the Rew school on Friday, Nov. 38, at 8 o'clock according to an announcement announcement made at last night's regular session. Harry Oarvln, secretary-manager of the McKean Motor Olub, was the main speaker lost evening. topic was "Why We Need Boy Patrol." Motion pictures of the patrol to Detroit In 1946 and to Washington Washington In 1947 were also shown. Gertrude Arnett was program chairman. Last night'i program opened group singing under the direction of Miss Virginia Christopher, supervisor of the Foster Township Schools. The Rev. Byron Berry, pastor of the Rew E. U. B. gave the invocation, followed by the salute to the flag. Attendance banner was awarded to Miss Gertrude Fleming's room. She teaches the first and second grades. Mrs. R. C. Miller was named chairman of the Christmas treat program for children, She will assisted by Mrs, Lemuel Ranktn. Announcement was made that there will be no meeting in

Clipped from The Bradford Era25 Nov 1947, TuePage 4

The Bradford Era (Bradford, Pennsylvania)25 Nov 1947, TuePage 4
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  • Marriage — William Eisenhart and Bertha Ewing (Olean, NY); son of David Eisenhart

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