Dearth-Hall wedding


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Dearth-Hall wedding - on on D G E Springs, explosion 0 ! MRS. PRESTON...
on on D G E Springs, explosion 0 ! MRS. PRESTON SCOTT HALL Dearth-Hall vows spoken Saturday THE MARRIAGE of Miss Karen Sue Dearth and Preston Scott Hall was solemnized Saturday evening J,"^ e |^ e ^ hU ^l o£ ^_^ e l h . r . B «?:J"^ PI""'!-llJ Twp. burg. The Rev. Alvin C. Cook performed the ceremony. ceremony. Parenis of the couple are Mr. and 'Mrs. Kenneth C, Dearth ir., Phillipsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Hall, 3828 iVinlhrop Dr., Beavercreek wish as five deaf nmn you'll II. Miss Karen Millsaps of Englewood was maid of honor. Mrs. \V. Thomas Kooglcr of Jamestown was bridesmatron and Miss Diana Dearth, the bride's sister, was bridesmaid I 1 'lower girls were C y n t h i a Flynn of Brookville and Tiffany Dake of Lewisburg, cousins o Ihe bride. Michael J. Corner of Fairborn performed the duties of bes man. Ushers were W. Thomas Koogler and Kenneth C. Deartl Jr. of Phillipsburg, the bride,; brother. The bridal gown was fashion ed with a fitted bodice of pear accented Chantilly lace ove while satin, scoop neckline ant slandup collar. The long sleeves! also were of Chanlilly lace. The empire-waisled A-line skirt wasj of white bridal satin. A chapel-; Icnglh lace train was allacheri at Ihe waislline wilh a salin bow. The elbow-length illusion veil was caught to lace flowers, highlighted with pearls, The bride carried a cascade of white sweetheart roses, w h i l e miniature carnations and baby's breath. The attendants' and flower girls' dresses were similar lo the bridal gown. Bodices of light pink satin featured small puffed sleeves of pink sheer. Tho A-tine satin skirls were overlaid with pink (locked nylon sheer. The honor attendant carried a colonial bouquet of pink and while miniature carnalious with baby's breath; the others carried colonial bouquets bouquets o( pink miniature carnations carnations and baby's breath, and Ihe flower girls carried while baskets filled with pink and white miniature carnations and baby's breath. A reception in the church social room followed the ceremony. Hoslesses worn Mrs. David Ervin, Miss Sally Miller, Jrs. Jerry Howell and Miss j l i s s 'arbara Kauffman. ilelissa Sherman attended the ,uest book. After a honeymoon tour of Kentucky, the couple will reside n Fairborn. The bride is a senior yslems engineering at Wright Slate University. Her husband, a 1967 graduate ot Eeavercreek High School, is a 1972 graduate of WSU with a bachelor oii d i d a science degree in engineering. Both are employed' by Systems Research Laboratories Laboratories Inc. IOVQ is . . . being -missed, while you're away. IT'S OUR ANNUAL

Clipped from Xenia Daily Gazette22 Jul 1974, MonPage 3

Xenia Daily Gazette (Xenia, Ohio)22 Jul 1974, MonPage 3
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