Baumann wddg 6Aug1957
Bridegroom's Brother Officiates Mr. and Mrs. Warren Baumann, graduate of Dublin High school, Emory and Henry College, and Scarrett College. She has been on the teaching staff atHiwasse*e College. Her. husband is a graduate of Henrietta High school, Ohio Sta*te University, an d a member of Henrietta Methodist Church, where he also serves as a teacher. He is an MYF councilor, 4-H advisor for the past 10 years, a member of Lorain-co DH1A Committee and councilman now on a wedding trip through Canada and the Great Lakes region, will reside in Poplar Hill, Va., on their return. The couple exchanged vows Saturday afternoon, August 3, in Shady Grove Methodist Church, Poplar Hill, Va. The Rev. Frank Baumann, of Elk Creek. Va., brother of the bridegroom, performed the double ring ceremony at 3 o'clock, assisted by the Rev. Watklns. The bride is the former Zobeda Myr-iof Milk Producers Federation tie Dulaney, daughter of Mrs.j — Theophilus Terry Dulaney. Sr., of Poplar Hill, and her husband is! the son of Benjamin Baumann,; of Henrietta. j Mrs. Robert Morrehouse, of! Hiltons, Va., was pianist at the wedding, and Leila Havelock, Malaya, a student at Peabody College, was soloist The bride wore a floor length gown of Swiss embroidered ny- lo- over net with matching bolero. Her fingertip veil of nylon Was caught to a crown of seed pearls. She carried a white Bible on Which was arranged a white orchid with streamers of stephanotis and loveknots. Little Linda Diane Baumann, a niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl, wearing a pink organdy frock. She carried a basket of garden flowers. Ringbearer was little Benjamin Baumann, nephew of the groom. Miss Betty Jean Vanhook, of Saltville, Va., attended as maid of honor. She wore a waltz length gown of pink embroidered chiffon, with a matching headdress To complement her ensemble, she carried a colonial bouquet of pastel colored flowers. Lawrence Baumann served as best man for his brother, and performing ushers' duties were Winfred King, Charlottesville, Va., and Joseph Schimasa, Jr., of Knoxville, Tenn. Following the ceremony, a re ception was held at the home'of Mr. and Mrs. TheophiJus Dulaney, Jr. When the couple left for their wedding trip, the bride donned a white linen suit with light blue accents. The new Mrs. Baumann is a Ctfit/hf CtiehtJ Circle No. One of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will have a potluck dinner Thursday at 12:30 in the church undercroft. The business meeting will begin at 2 p. m. Mrs. Russell Frazer will give the devotions. Mrs. Ross Brooks will have charge of the Outlook. Mrs. H. L. Sowash will read about "Women in Church Life." Mrs. Robert 'Millar will read "Our Neighbors the Migrants." Mrs. Edward Oter- mat will read about "India Missions." The hostesses are Mrs. George Kosel, Mrs. Edward Otermat and Mrs. Albert Meyer. Sand Hill Methodist Church members will be entertained at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. George Hickson, 415 Northewst-st Bellevue, Thursday afternoon, August 8 at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Floyd Cowie will be assistant hostess. Ladies 1 Working Band of the Castalia Congregational Church will hold its August meeting on Wednesday (tomorrow). The group will have luncheon at the Lake House at Port Clinton, starting from the church at 11 a. m.