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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 4MBMHH|^BMMHMaHMMHMMfMMMHHH«HMM«MM|HU|gMMttgMMMg| t . " -MRS. JACK C. KETTERLR .... weds in Shaker Heights church St. Therese's Church Is Setting Of Pretty Wedding St. Therese Catholic church in Brewster was the setting setting of a prettily appointed wedding this morning at 10 c clock when Miss Ruth Marie Ross/daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold N. Ross became the bride of Gordon James Lentner son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Lentner of 2047 Wales rd NE. The Rev. Fr. Paul J. Buchholtz officiated at the double ring ceremony and celebrated the nuptial high mass. MRS. GORDON JAMES LENTXER *'""' .... wedding in St. Theresc's church Teacher Weds In Westerville MISS SUSAN KAUSNICK. organist, organist, and St. Therese Girls choir provided the nuptial music. Selections Selections were "Ave Maria", the offertory, "Panis Angelicus", communion communion and "On This Day O Beautiful Mother", the latter hymn during the presentation of the bridal bouquet at the altar of the Virgin Mary. The bride approached the altar •adiant in a gown of Alencon .ace, chapel length, on the arm of ler father. Her gown was designed designed with a scalloped sweetheart leckline, sprinkled with sequins. The sleeves were short and complemented complemented by gauntlets of lace extending to the elbow. Rows of pleated net ruffles were inserted nto the sides of the bouffant lace skirt. A cap of iridescent sequins icld her fingertip veil of French silk illusion and she carried a cascade of white feathered carnations, carnations, centered with a white orchid, tied with lover's knots and ivy. In carrying out the traditions of something old, borrowed . . . .he bride carried a lace hanky belonging to the groom's maternal maternal grandmother. * * * MRS. PAUL HERSKY of Akron, Akron, aunt of the bride, as matron matron of honor, wore a street length gown of white floral nylon with tiny cap sleeves and a blue o—o—o sash. Her blue and white floral headpiece held a circular veil and she carried a colonial bouquet of double blue Majestic daisies with white net. Mrs. Charles Arter of Strasburg. Strasburg. aunt of the bride, and Miss Jacklyn Ross, sister of bride, serving as bridesmaid and junior. 0 .-.. u ^. u, bridesmaid, respectively, wore!" 61 " residence to the Grow Open House To Mark 25th A?iniversar\ Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Tennis of Lincoln Way W ext. will hold open house Saturday afternoon and evening, July 5. from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. No invitations ar e being sent ou^t but relatives, friends and neighbors neighbors are cordially invited to call On July i. 1933 the former Miss Marcella Schindley, daughter daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J P. Schindley of Columbiana, and Paul W. Tennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tennis of Xegley were united in marriage by John E Martin in Canton. After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Tennis came to Massillon to live. Mr. Tennis is owner of the Dairyfarm Equipment Co They have two sons; Paul E. who is attending the University of Cincinnati, majoring in architecture, architecture, and Ralph S. who just graduated graduated from Washington high school in June and is associated with his father in business. Mr. Tennis is active in the Masons, Masons, Elks, and United Commercial Commercial Travelers. gowns identical to matron of honor honor trimmed with pink and wore pink and white floral headpieces. They carried colonial bouquets of double pink Majestic daisies and white net. John T r i p o d i of Massillon served as best man. The groom's brother, Howard H. Lentner of -[Oxford, ushered. Grow And Know Gardeners Make Corsages o Mrs. Erie Custer of 1209 Brad- jford ave NE graciously opened !her residence to the Grow and Know Garden club Thursday afternoon afternoon for a dessert-program. Floral arrangements in the living living room provided a charming at- mosphcre for dessert served crystal tray s by the hostess. Mrs. Robert Bauer opened the meeting by reading the poem My Neighbor's Roses." Roses were the afternoon's discussion. MRS. RICHARD C. BACKUS Mrs. Mary E. Kouth of Brewsler, Brewsler, announces the marriage of her daughter, Maty A. Kouth, to Richard C. Backus, son of Mrs. Robert Benson, 1229 Borden Borden ave SW and A. E. Backus of Brewstcr. The bride's father is Louis Kouth of 508 Lincoln Way W. The double ring ceremony took place, Saturday afternoon." June 21, at 4 o'clock, in First Methodist Methodist church. Westerville, O. The Rev. Richard Good officiated. ' For her wedding, the bride for, chose a white sharkskin sheath th a scoop neckline. Her ssones were in whit* on Mrs. Ross, the bride's mother.' ^ Irs ' } . iarlin Campbell present- wore an aqua silk printed gown with white accessories and a corsage corsage of white carnations. Mrs. . . . f , ..,._. i f»Ll_J>l^|l^» pel notes on what to do in July m the garden. The making of corsages occupied the club members members during the remainder of the afternoon. The gardncrs providing providing their own materials Mrs. Harlin ,* ,L d d thc club to her residence 1125 Concord ave NE on Thursday Thursday afternoon, July 24. Thc club is planning a covered dish picnic attired in a tan and white silk shantung gown with white accessories accessories and a white carnation corsage. corsage. Thc breakfast was served at 12 noon to the wedding party and immediate family at Mid's annex ls P' ann i n 2 a cov 1 dining room in Navarre. (Thursday. Aug. 28 Following a brief wedding trip, the newly weds will reside temporarily temporarily with the groom's mother at the Borden ave address. The new Mrs. Backus, a graduate graduate of Brewstcr high school, attended Ohio university, Athens, 0.. for two years. Last year, she taught in the Cleveland public school system, and this fall, will be employed in the Tuslaw district. district. The groom, also a Brewster Brewster high school graduate, served nine years in the U. S. Navy, and is now employed by the East Ohio Gas Co.. at Lake Cable, o—o—o Bible School Program At Faith Church T ., ^ ., lron Lutheran Daily Vacation l-\ j-i.^1 rt.-»n.-.l,iJ^J »..._ _ t _ I>iolc school concluded two weeks of of study and handcraft Friday evening with a program in the sanctuary. Mrs. Dale Kreigcr supervised the school assisted by a capable staff of teachers. Susan Kreiger and Linnca Ruds Ruds for lhc T. Rueck- idcr were the ; lr >- program. Thc Rev. at Canton wald. pastor, pronounced the invocation. invocation. The musical program was directed directed by Mrs. Tom Ohlman, Mrs. William Crannel and Mrs. Paul

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  1. The Evening Independent,
  2. 28 Jun 1958, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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