Jeanette Sylvia Wittmeyer and Marvin A. Klein
j i r ' i ..-n ., J MRS. KLEIN J . ' 1 Sheff Studio Photo Jeanette Wittmeyer, Bride in Eden Church Miss Jeanette "Sylvia frlttmeyer, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs.- Ray mond F. Wittmeyer of Roswell Pkwy.," was married to Marvin A. Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klein of Grant St., at Immaculate Conception '. Church on Saturday. The Rev. Norman R. George performed the ceremony at -which Mr. Wittmeyer gave his daughter in marriage. ... The bride's gown was of -em broidered nylon tulle, designed with sabrlna neckline, fitted bod ice, and a tiered skirt -of tulle which v terminated in a chapel length train. Her tiered veil of French Illusion was held by a cor- onet of iridescent sequins and pearls and she carried a lace cov ered prayer book adorned with white orchids and satin streamers caught with lilies of the valley. . The - bride's twin sister, Miss Jean Wittmeyer, was maid of honor. Her gown was of white em bossed flowered sheer over a coral petticoat and featured a shirred bertha on a basque bodice. The ballerina skirt was accented with chiffon panels. Her headpiece Was a coronet .of horsehair, braid and velvet and she carried a cascade bouquet of coral angelf eathers and Area Students Get I Degrees from U. of B. The. University of Buffalo, at its ' 111th annual commencement on June 9, granted degrees to nine area students. They follow: - I Master of Education William Murdock Stengel, 444 Morgan Parkway, Elementary. School, Administration. B.A., June 1049, .University of Buffalo Project .'. Bachelor of Law John B. Elli ott, 91 Pleasant Ave., Robert iT. Rosinski, 279 East Main St, , 'f .; Bachelor of Science,, (in the School of Engineering) Robert David Talbot, 5532 South Park Ave. ; Electrical Engineering, .; Bachelor of Science (in the School of Business Administration, Richard Edward Balon, 2237 Abbott Road, Robert S. -DIMatteo, fashion sweetheart roses. ' Bridesmaids were Miss Janice Klein, Miss Jo Ann - Wittmeyer. and Miss Lucille Salzman, whose gowns were of .white chiffon over Nile green in harmonizing styles. Their matching .headpieces were fashioned like the maid of honor's and their bouquets were of green angelf eathers and fashion sweet heart roses. . ' Leonard Soblalo was best man and ushers . were Li Vera Klein, Richard Nye, and Michael Rosenheim, all of Hamburg. ' - Christine Vacant! of Eden, who was flower girl, was a miniature of the maid of honor In a coral gown . and' tiny cascade bouquet. The bride's nephew, Robert Wittmeyer, was ring "bearer. ' . t The mother of the bride wore dusty rose lace over taffeta, with pink and white ' accessories. The groom's mother was In powder blue chiffon and wore white accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of dark orchids and lilies of the valley.' A wedding breakfast was served at the Eden Legion Hall, followed by a reception In the evening. Af ter an extended trip to Lake Pla cid, the couple will live on North Main St., Eden. The bride's going away costume was a powder blue suit with a dark orchid and lily of the valley corsage, " '.