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1 i ' MARIE ANNA THOMAN WEDS R. C. TOPPER (Continued From Page One) ted with seed pearls and .she carried white roses centered with a white orchid. Mrs, Robert Slothour, East Berlin, the matron of honor, wore a pink satin gown with a .sweetheart neckline and had a headdress and colonial bouquet of mixed flowers. Other attendants, identically attired attired but in blue, were Miss Nancy Myers and Miss Suzanne Goodfellow, Goodfellow, both of Hanover, and Mrs. Charles Grove, Littlestown, Crosby Gobrecht was best man. Richard Garrett, C. Becker and Roy Barnhart were ushers. Miss Avis Fidler was the soloist, accompanied by Pius Kaltreider. organist. Approximately Approximately 225 per.sons attended the reception afterward at the Gideon Gideon Grange hall, John street, where decorations were in white and pink and a four-tier wedding cake topped topped with a miniature bridal couple decorated the brides table. On their return from a wedding wedding trip to Nova Scotia and other sections of Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Topper will reside at 223 John street. For her dep>arture on the trip, the bride wore a white gaber dine suit with pink accessories and a white orchid corsage. She is a graduate of Eichelberger Senior High school in the class of 1951 and is employed in the office of Lobell’s, Inc. A graduate with the 1950 class of the same school, Mr. Topp>er is with the Utz Potato Chip Company. Company.