Marriage David N Schwamb Bakersfield Californian 9 Oct 1952

First Methodist Church of Wasco

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Marriage David N Schwamb  Bakersfield Californian 9 Oct 1952 - WASCO NEWLYWEOS—Mr. and Mrs. David N. Schwamb...
WASCO NEWLYWEOS—Mr. and Mrs. David N. Schwamb were married in the First Methodist Church at Wasco recently. The former Mary Baker b Hit youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker. Mr. Schwamb n the son of Mrs. Roxie Schwamb of Paragould, Ark, A Marina Corps veteran, ha has lived ia Wasco for five years. BAKER-SCHWAMB RITES HELD IN WASCO CHURCH WASCO—One hundred and fifty guests attended the'double-ring ritual ritual at which Miss Mary Baker and David N. Schwamb recited marriage marriage vows before the Rev, L. C Bean In the First Methodist Church. White gladioli and chrysanthemums, chrysanthemums, tapers and potted palms decorated decorated the chancel. The Rev. Mr. Bean was assisted by the Rev. Ralph Galther. The bride's white satin gown was designed with an illusion neckline outlined with flowers in relief. The long sleeves were leg o* mutton in style. The full skirt cascaded into court length train. Her fingertip veil of tulle was attached to a pearl-studded crown. She carried a shower of pink rosebuds. J. W. Baker gave his youngest daughter's band in marriage. Donna Ringgenberg of Wasco was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were two former Southern California California Bible College classmates of the bride—Mrs. Gene Forrest of La Mesa and Barbara Wyrick of Glendale. Glendale. Miss Ringgenberg appeared In yellow net; Mrs. Forrest in lavender lavender satin and Miss Wyrick in green marquisette. The gowns were floor- length, full-skirted and bad short puffed sleeves. The maid of honor carried a cas cade of orchid chrysanthemums and the bridesmaids, yellow chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. Wreaths of matching flowers flowers were worn in their hsir. Jona Nickel of Wasco served as best man. Ushers were the Rev. Gene Forrest of LaMesa, and Robbie Robbie Robertson of Wasco. Mrs. Robertson was soloist, presenting presenting "At Dawning" and "I Love Ton Truly." She was accompanied at the organ by Barbara Bain. Mesdames Robertson and Harvey Frants were in charge of the reception reception which followed in the social hall of the church. A four-tiered cake was cut by the bride and groom. For traveling, Mrs. Schwamb wore a brown gabardine suit with pink and brown accessories. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Schwamb, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker, was secretary in the Wasco city hall for three years before going to LaMesa four months ago. At LaMesa she was educational director director In the LaMesa Gospel Tabernacle. Tabernacle. A resident of Wasco for 18 years, Mrs. Schwamb attended the local schools. She was graduated from the Southern California Bible College at Pasadena. Schwamb, who came to Wasco five years ago, is the son of Mrs. Roxie Schwamb of Paragould, Ark. He was educated in the Paragould schools. During World War II, Schwamb was in the Marine Corps for two and a half years, serving in the South Pacific. He is employed as a lineman by Pacific Gas and Electric in Wasco. Faculty Backs Blood Bank WASCO — Active support was promised the Houcbin blood bank by members of the Wasco Union High School faculty club at its October meeting. Deane Warner is president of the Teachers Club. The faculty members also went on record as favoring Proposition No. 2 to appear on the November 4 ballot, to Robert Maxwell, publicity publicity director of the school, said. Plans for the year were presented presented by the committee chairmen —Joseph Drop, finance; M/s. Thelma Harrington, public relations; relations; Beverly Bowman, membership; membership; Mrs. Mary Sands, program; and Hamilton Smith, legislation. Other officers of the Faculty Club include Miss Bowman, vice- president; Mrs. Alice Hammer, secretary; secretary; and Jack Boggess, treasurer. treasurer. Wasco Seniors Present Play WASCO —• "George Washington Slept Here" ia the play selected for presentation by the senior class of Wasco Union High School, Robert Robert Maxwell, publicity director of the school, revealed. Deane Warner, bead of the drama department and a senior class advisor, advisor, will produce the play. He said try-outs will be scheduled in the near future. Douglas Clemens is president of the senior class this year. Other officers are Gary Giddlngs, vice president; Gerri Pohl, secretary; and Ofella Rosales, treasurer. Faculty Faculty representatives, besides Warner, Warner, include Fred George, counselor and Gloria Lapis, advisor. Will Assist Family 9th of

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  1. The Bakersfield Californian,
  2. 09 Oct 1952, Thu,
  3. Page 28

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