Clipped From Galesburg Register-Mail
Wednesday, May 0^1953 11 Mrs'. at the to a the the ritual held a 10 pot at asked of the the N. Miss secretary, Mrs. the dance Donna Woolsey, Lt. Caslin are Wed in South Miss Donna Marlene Woolsey, daughter of Dorance D. Woolsey of Galesburg, and 1st. Lt. William E. Caslin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Caslin of Alexis, pledged vows at a 9 o'clock nuptial Mass at St. Anne's Catholic Church on April 9 in Edenton, N. C. The Rev. Father McChord officiated at the double-ring ceremony. For her wedding, the bride wore an aqua nylon ballerina length dress that had seed pearls as a trim for the scalloped neckline. Her accessories were white and her flowers, a corsa*ge of red roses. Miss Jane Kennedy of Galesburg traveled to North Carolina to be the bride's attendant. Her dress of pink nylon styled the same as the bride's was accented with a corsage of white carnations. First Lt. James H. McGee of Baltimore, Md., served the bridegroom bridegroom as best man. Mrs. Caslin was graduated from Galesburg High School in 1951 and has been employed as a billing clerk at the Burlington Truck Lines. She made her home with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neice of 459 Lincoln St. Lt. Caslin was graduated from Alexis High School in 1946 and soon after entered the Marine Corps. Ho returned early in December December from duty in Korea and is now stationed at the Jet Air Base at Edenton, N. C. Now returned from a southern wedding trip, they are residing in a newly furnished apartment at 46 Church St., Hertford; N. C. Before leaving Galesburg the bride was honored at a shower given by Miss Jane Kennedy at 1162 N. Broad St. Miss Kennedy returned home by plane after attending attending the ceremony.