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 - Mrs. RusscI C. Hcrtzog Jr. (Uhter) Couple...
Mrs. RusscI C. Hcrtzog Jr. (Uhter) Couple Married At EUB Church This morning at eleven o'clock, Miss Kathleen K. Kreichbaum became the bride of Russel C. Hertzog Jr. The scene of the nuptial was the Hebron Evangelical United Brethren Church. Officating at the double ring rites was the Rev. Alden G. Biely. The Rev. William T. Kreichbaum, brother of (he bride, assisted. Mr. ana Mrs. Harry A. Kreichbaum of i218 E. Chestnut St., Lebanon, are the bride's parents. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russel C. Hertzog of 447 Ebenezer Road, Lebanon. Bride's Attire The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was seen in a floor length gown of silk organza over taffeta. It \vas styled with a jewel neckline and vogue sleeves and trimmed with imported re-embroidered Alcncon lace. The bride made her gown. Her fingertip silk illusion veil was attached to a double-tiered crown of seed pearls tipped with crystals. A cascade bouquet of white phalaenopsis, stephanolis and ivy was carried by the bride. Miss Doris Dissinger was the maid of honor. The bridesmaid was Miss Susan Kreichbaum, sister of the bride. Fink Ensembles Both attendants were attired fivfloor length sheath gowns of pink Italian silk linen. Styled with empire waistlines, they Were made by the bride. Their headpieces were large pink cabbage roses with matching veils. Each girl carried a willow basket filled with white Shasta pompons. Ralph R. Kreiser was the best man. Serving as ushers were Anthony G. Jennetti and Robert L. Deck. The nuptial music was provided by Barbara Glick. Decorating the church were pew markers and candles. The altar vases were filled with white mums and daisy pompons. Reception Al Church A reception for 150 guests followed in the church social rooms. The newlyweds are taking a wedding trip to Cape Cod, Mass. They will make their home at 85 Governor St., Providence, R. I. The bride is a graduate of Cornwall High School. She was employed in the office of the J. Landis Shoe Company, Palmyra. The groom is a graduate of Labanon High School and Lebanon Valley College. He is employed as a research assistant at Brown University, Providence R. I. Schedule Session On Membership Representatives from all four VFW Posts and Auxiliaries in Lebanon County are expected to attend the District 18 Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary kick-off membership meeting. The session will take place Sunday afternoon at Mechanicsburg. Mrs. Mildred Holmes of Harrisburg, auxiliary president, and Harry Cassel of Hershey, commander, will preside. Membership programs will be outlined by Miss Leota Shullen- berger of Shippensburg, district senior vice president and membership chairman, and Ron Tyler of Mechanicsburg, senior vice commander and membership chairman. Among county representatives will be Miss Mary E. Musser of the Lebanon Auxiliary, who is also district junior vice president. sa^aa^ai^^aM^ifffi^g^j

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 21 Aug 1965, Sat,
  3. Page 15

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