Susan B. Dearth Bride Of Pau Homer Bortz Ihe 30 committee i r o w eighley upils In Recital Tuesday evening piano slu- ?nts of Kalherine E. Keighley ill be presented in a duo-piano ccital in the auditorium of the enlral Christian Church, cor- :r of Gallalin Ave. and South ;. Miss Keighley will he assist- d by Thomas Mosser, baritone, udenl at West Virginia Uni- crsity Music School; Benton ess, student at Boston Conser- alory of Music; and Marjorie orter, soprano. The program: Valse Brillanle, Moskowski - irginia Moore, Diane Crago- larjorie Porlcr, Susan Ansell. The Rickshaw Boy, Anson -- usan and Beth Miller. Czardas Rhapsody, Scner -my -my Howard, Jenni'fer Sheshok June Is Bustin' Out All Over, 'ou'll Never Walk Alone, from outh Pacific, Rortgers--Yvonne nd Kim Berkshire--Marjorie 3 orler. soprano. Ballet Music from "Rosa nuntle, Schubert--Mary Jane "Cress, Joan Spcshock--Marj \nn Ross, Barbara Minster. Jo Jo The Juggler, Dungan Turkey in The Straw, air. b "chaum -- Rickie Barry and 'Â·regg Mercer. American Medley, Nevin -Cathie -Cathie Hobaugh, Nina Milazzo Concerto in C- Allegro, An lantion (Conzonelta), Allegro Miderato, Kasschau -- Lisa Mi azzo. Miss Keighley at the sec md piano. Songl Cycle (Dichter Licbe Vo. 1 -6, Schumann -- Thoma: Mosser. Concerto in F, Allegro, An dante, Tempo D P o l k a , \Vi! iams-Cindy Vail. Roddy Hibb al the second piano. Toreador Song from "Car Â· New Salem Presbyterian lurch was the selling Satur- ay aflernoon, June 18, for the larriage of Susan Belle Doarlh, aughler of Mr. and Mrs, I lay- en B. Dearth, New Salem, to MRS. PAUL H. BOK'17, Circle Meets Rebekah Circle of the Wom- Â·n's Assn. of McClellandlown "resbyterian Church held its June meeting in Sunshine Chap- Members discussed the Book )f Jonah. Circle leader is Mrs. 3mma Wood. Hostess was Pal|v Pal|v Molnar. GOOD APPETIXKIl Ever wrap rasv peeled shrimp in bacon and broil? Serve as an appcti/er with a chutney sauce. Paul Homer Bortz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bortz Jr., 117 Slockton Ave., Uniontown, Rev. John R. Morrow, churnh pastor, performed Ihe double ring ceremony al 4:30 o'clock in a lovely selling of white summer flowers. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a white silk peau and re - embroidered Alencon lace gown and a lulls veil fastened to a cap of matching matching lace. She carried a bridal bouquel of phalaenopsis orchids and stephanolis. Cheryle Craig was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jane L Borlz, sisler of the bridegroom; bridegroom; Kathy Cronse, Greensburg, Greensburg, and Kathy Vilz, New Salem. Salem. They were dressed alike in long gowns of pink silk linen with rose velvel sashes a n matching pink linen bows in their hair. They carried cascades cascades of baby breath, pale pink carnations and roses. George Borl'/. Ill, w a s his brother's best man. Ushers were Richard Bortz, another brother; Homer Shaffer, and Clark B. Dearth, brother of the bride, all of Uniontown. Supplementing the ceremony a reception was held at the Uniontown Country Club. The bride gradualed from Un- yjiontown Joint Senior High School and Robcr! Morris Junior College College and is presently employed al the Fayelte Bank and Trust Co. She is Ihe granridaugliler of Mr. and Mrs. George Selong Ihe late Mr. and Mrs. Clark Dearth, New Salem. The bridegroom, a graduate Valley Forge Military Academy is associated with the Alden Co. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Parley Shaffer and the late Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bdrtz. After July 1, the couple will reside in the Marian Apts., 105 Pittsburgh St.. Uniontown.