Brian K. Wittmeyer and Cathy J. Hoelscher
MR. AND MRS. BRIAN K. WITTMEYER Rites Held in St. Mary's Church S XAmm'm Church in East Eden was the setting May 2 for the marriage of Cathy J. Hoelscher and Brian K. Wittmeyer. The Reverend James Grimmer performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Hoelscher of Eden and the bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mra. Robert Wittmeyer of Springville. Given in marriage by her father, the bride waa attired in her mother's wedding gown of eflk organza. Jeweled Venice lace accented the high collar. Bishop sleeves and skirt which formed a cathedral-length train. A matching headpiece held her finger-tip-length veil and she carried a cascade of pink roses, white carnations, baby's breath and white orchids. Tammy R. Hoelscher was maid of honor for her sister. She wore a fuchia satin and tulle gown fashioned with an off-the-shoulder neckline and fitted bodice and carried a cascade of pink rosea ana orcnias ana wmw cwuauvu and mums. Bridesmaids were Sherrie A. Hoelscher. sister of the bride, and Terri A. Wittmeyer, sister of the bride groom. Junior bridesmaids were the bride's cousins, Mary M. and Julie M. Hoelscher. Jeffrey B. Wilson was best man for his cousin. Ushers were Howard J. Hoelscher, brother of the bride, and Ronald M. Schmidt. . A dinner for family and close friends immediately followed the ceremony and an evening reception waa held at St. Mary'a Church HalL The newly- weaa are ai noma w ouw. The bride works for Fleet Bank in Hamburg and the bridegroom for Aahford Concrete in Springville.