Jeannine Seibel - Paul Hausner Wedding
Miss .Jane wedding took place Saturday, May 28, in First Presbyterian church. b u t t e r f l y hustle a n d m sweoih^nrf. hat. She carried a colonial bouquet. The bridesmaids wore turquoise tissue taffeta ensembles similar to the honor a t Miss Seibel Bride In Church Setting The marriase of Mis=s Jeannine t r a i n . Her fingertip ve'il of French - ' c n d a n t ' s a n d Marie Seibel, daughter of Mr. and illusion \vas attached to a heari .bouquets. 5 . Clarence E. Seibrl of Onnn-'P^ce of imported lace. She c a r r i t ? d A reception took place in thr Hausner. s o n ' a bouquet of w h i t e roses and lilies- church parlors before the couple Mn a n d Mr? p a u l M H ausner jof-the-valley, centered with an Liverpool, took place at 2 p. m . j Â° r r n i d daughter -yesterday in St. Joseph's church, j Miss Joan C a r r u t h e r s was maid 00 , 1 ' The Rev ' Paul Hammer inf honor and James Morrissey was best m a n . Miss Catherine Klee and son r officiated. Given in marrisce by her father. :Mr? - J o h n H i l d l e f t by plane for New York MOTH HOLES TEARS and the bride selected a French irr.- re bridesmaids. O'Malia and John Hild were J J . * J * * _ / _ J _ 1 1 _ _ I ' , * ted , _ lace ^ over slipper s a t i n ushers. gown, having a pralloped neckline : The honor a t t e n d a n t xvore a pal and a f u l l skirt ending in a circular yellow tissue t a f f e t a ?o\vn w i t h Reworen Invisibly by ASicn Wc*aving 2 Paramount Theater Bldg.