Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
Tri-Towns Tri-Towns, Sept. 27— Mrs. Doris Loulse'Gerwlg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harry T. Gerwlg, Elllcott City, and James Mr. and Mrs. James H. Feaster, 96 East Hampshire street. Piedmont, were married Saturday afternoon in :he chapel of the First Presbyterian Ohurch, Baltimore, by the Rev. John Gardner. The double ring ceremony was performed. • Miss Emma Gerwig, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Pvt. John "Jack" Davis, Luke, senior medical student at the University of Maryland, was best man. Mrs. Feaster received a B. S. degree degree in nursing at the University of Maryland in 1943 and has been a Feaster. Jr., son of supervisor at Baltimore. University Hospital, Mr. Feaster Is a 1937 graduate of Piedmont High School; Potomac State College, Keyser. 1839, find received received his A. B. degree at West Vlr- ?lnla University, in 1941. He entered the University of Maryland In September of the same year. Mr. and Mrs. Feaster will remain in Baltimore until Friday when the former will be graduated from medical school. They will go to Charleston, W. Va., where he will serve as an interne at Charleston General Hospital.