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 - Navarre Girl Weds Cleveland Man Vases of white...
Navarre Girl Weds Cleveland Man Vases of white mums and candelabra decorated the altar of St. Mel's Catholic church, Cleveland, this morning at 9 o'clock for the snowball wedding of Miss Audrey Millicent Lentner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Lentner, of RD 2, Navarre, and Ronald James Simmerly, son of Mrs, Thomas R, McCloskey, of 14140 Triskett rd, Cleveland, and the late Herbert A. Simmerly. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Louis A. Wolf, pastor, heard the pledge of vows and performed the double ring ceremony. The young couple chose Nov. 17 as their wedding day for a sentimental reason, it was the wedding date of the groom's parents and the bride's paternal grandparents. Miss Mary Carolyn Carroll, organist, sang the nuptial high mass, and Miss Mary Ann Dunatov, soloist, sang "Ave Maria," at the offertory, "Panis Angeli- cus," at the communion and "On This Day, O Beautiful Mother," during the presentation of the bridal bouquet at the altar of the Blessed Mother. Escorted by her father, the bride approached the altar in a beautiful gown of imported Belgium lace over white satin. The fitted bodice which came to a point in front was detailed with an il- ~ jlusion sweetheart neckline and and a mandarin collar trimmed in seed pearls and sequins. Tiny covered buttons closed the back of the bodice and the long sleeves came to points over the hands -with the full skirt sweeping into a chapel length train. A cap of iridescent sequins held her finger-tip veil of .,, .1, . French imported silk illusion. The bride carried a mother-of- j pearl prayer book marked by a and stephanotis ot^S^l^^ MRS. RONALD JAMES SIMMERLY .... weds on grandparents' anniversary Sherry Hauenstein Honored At Shower r0wcd , n d Blut The something borrowed being the mother-of- Miss Sherry Hauenstein, bride-elect of Robert M. Ketter was honored at a pre-nuptial shower given by Mrs. W. T. Towle assisted by Mrs. Carl Piper at the Towle residence on N. Wabash st., Brewster, Friday evening. The house was decorated with many beautiful floral arrangements created by Mrs. Towle. Games were played with prizes being awarded and later presented to the guest of honor. -~... tt .«- —%,...— — Following the games Miss Hauenslein opeAd her many beau- pea rl prayer book used by her tlful gifts before the fireplace In the living room. Her glftiiiSS- cousin Mrs. Gall Snoddy for her ed a blue garter trimmed with oranw blossoms ind seed Pearls wedding * * * HER ATTENDANTS, Mrs. Her- bert Simmerly, sister-in-law *f 1 groom, of Fairview Park, as m»- of honor and bridesmaids, Miss Winifred Lentner, cousin of bride, of Detroit, Mich., Miss garter trimmed with orange blossoms and seed pearls made by the hostess. The pearls had embellished the hostess' wedding veil. The buffet refreshment table lighted by the glow of four tall white Upers in silver holders, wss centered with white mums, trailing ivy and a huge wedding band. White wedding bells tied with a large silver bow, sprigs of Ivy and mums adorned the top of the ring and a bride doll stood before it. Other appointments were in crystal and bone china. Mrs. Ralph S toner presided at the silver coffee service and Mrs. Henry at the silver tea service. Other were- - Lucille Cicirelli, of Livonia, Mich, and Miss Rote Ann Kormanis, of Euclid, O. were attired in identical ballerina length gowns of white velveteen fashioned with a scooped neckline and a scallop- «/„„„_ -E-^^^J «.._ r> * s~i •* wv •*•* Berth, collar. The fitted^ W™i £^S'^^£^ Carol Weller l? For wa« of West Mrs. Leroy Miss Carol Weller, bride-elect full hnnffant cfciM Thpv wnrp ul * >e&l ^euanoii; ivirs. L,eroy «"» ^arui rreuer, Dnae-eieci white satin silvers, and ^Schumacher, Stanwood; Miss: Jo- of Richard Lopez, wa, honored at white feather headpieces held a Atm SchwaUie, Zanesville; Mrs. a prenuptial personal shower. circle veil attached with a smart George Martin, Canton; Mrs. Son- Tuesday evening, Nov. 13, given pearl clip they carried a cascade ny Kctt er, Mrs. Arthur Ketter, at the residence of Mrs. David of Yuletide red roses i Massillon; Mrs. Harrold Young, Boss, 956 32nd st NW. Mrs. Boss, Herbert Simmerly,'of Fairview Mrs - R °y Hoff > Mrs - R - c - Patti-Miss Beverly Boss, Miss Joan Park, served his brother as best s( ? n> *" Irs - L - B - Gatchell, Mrs. Paul Weirich and Delores Loar assisted man,' while Gordon Lentner, of s ' lcox - JIrs - James Youngman, the hostess, Miss Betty Lou Wei- Navarre, brother of bride, 'Dr.. Mrs - Oliver Mazzaferri, Mrs. An- ler, who is the selected maid of Charles Schanda, of Avon Lake,!S ie Crimaldi, Mrs. Forrest Me- honor. Miss Weirich and Miss cousin of groom, and Patrick Ray-'^Ielland, ^ rs - John Schaney, Mrs. Loar are the bridesmaids, nak of Lakewood, ushered the ;parren Frederick, Mrs. Donald Several games were enjoyed guests to their pews. Haley, Mrs. Ike Womstaff, Mrs. with prizes going to the Misses The bride's mother chose a rose Robert Sponsler, Mrs. Ouido Barbara Heben, Pat Paterson, beige sheath dress with a fishtail D'Anniballe, Mrs. C. S. Zingery, Mary Lou Mayloth and Judy back and honey beige hat with ; M«- Joseph Steward, Mrs. Rob- Houck, who presented them to brown accessories and wore a cor-ert Zeltman, Mrs. Robert Salmon, the future bride, who received sage of yellow cymbiduim orchids.'Mrs. Paul Ward, Mrs. Russell Mil- many lovely gifts. Buffet-style re- The groom's mother wore a ler, Miss Nancy Miller, Mrs. Rich- freshments were served from a wedgewood blue satin sheath ard Melson, Mrs. Nell Brown, table centered with a decorated dress with matching hat and grey,Mrs. Joseph Radich, Miss Phylliss cake upon which were a minia- accessoriei. Her corsage was of Ann Piper, Mrs. Oren Hauen- ture bride and groom. Pink pink cymbidium orchids. ; stein, Brewster; Miss Greta Erick- flowers and pink candles added The breakfast was served to the son, Canton. to the bridal setting. THE WEDDING of Miss Hauen- 1 The guest list included the stein and Mr. Ketter will be an Misses Beverly Dot Kircher, Joan event of Friday evening, Dec. 21, Marsh, Marie Ruegg, Vickie Went- jwith * gr ??. m " Masslflon chare wedding party and immediate family at Miller's dining room. * * * A RECEPTION was held at Lakewood Community Center from 1:30 to 4 p. m. The buffet table was covered with a white satin cloth and centered with a at 7:30 p. m. in the Brewster zel . Agnes Painter, Florence Pat- Methodist church. The Rev. John^ crson Susie Holmes. Dusenberry, pastor, will officiate' at the double ring ceremony. Open church will be observed. !N W, and Roland Weller of 1334 Miss Weller, the daughter of Robert Fischnich of 32nd st three tier wedding cake topped! Miss Hauenstein has chosen her Lincoln Way NW, will become »nd former roommate at the Aultman tne bride of Richard Vincent Hospital School of Nursing, Miss Lopez, the son of Mrs. Manuel V. miniature bride Alice Schuhriemen, of -...-n, cousin of the bride, ha £ cha ^ ee of the S uest book - fnello of orewsier win oe onaes- "-««».»B, *»«». **, «i ™u Out of town guests were pres- maid. Sonny Ketter of Massillon'"*.St. Barbara's Catholic , Greta Erickson of Canton, as L °Pez of 1026 Duncan st SW and - . eeo an inlent from Massmon, Canton^Woos-j will serve as best man. Ushers the bride-elect " a 1 ua knitstt with * whit bcav graduate of Brewster high! ...... . » i school with the class of '53 and! employed in the office of FLOWERS reside at 13705 Lakewood blvd. Cleveland. The bride graduated from Villa -_ . ,. . — - • --•« *»«** «. AM.»»i \r± JLJJI ^; V\OLT;V-, Heights| Mr. Ketter graduated in 1949 from Washington high school and P.T with'^e'S'of "£ K™*'*^*!*'?" S ?.! presently employed as a secretary?^ • ^ s ? ssoci ? tedr »**, hi with «IP lin£n s a «nVr= »^ T f»l; fatner m business m Massillon. re-!with the Union Savings and Loan S^Ll".™ sl ™ inlCo.. CIpvpTanrt Thn m-nnm o»t™^ i.- me union aavmgs ana l«oan Co.. Cleveland. The groom attend- ed Cathedral Latin high school i - -------- — „_,... high school and West Techenical school and i at is presently with the Nations! Kd- visory committee of aeronauts at the Cleveland-Hopkins airport. The bride presented her attendants with white pearl chokers and andjearrings and the groom presented his attendants with cuff links and tie clasps at a gathering following the rehearsal Friday evening. SAVE WITH OUR PROFIT SHARING PREMIUM PLAN V. H. MEYER 5204 13tKStSW REEDURBAN Watches Of Quality OMEGA LOMG1NES WTTTENAUEl LE COULTU BAJI1LTON GBUCN BULOVA • KLGIN WYLCR Chart* ACCMMI « Credit

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  1. The Evening Independent,
  2. 17 Nov 1956, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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