Clipped From The Titusville Herald
do out. NEWS of MAHKIAGKS Hatics-Latsh a-w Miss V i r g i n i a Latshaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Latshaw of Enterprise, became the bride of Daniel Robert Hanes, son of Mrs. Paul Dean of Pleasantville and the late Jack Robert Nov. IS at 2 p.m. in the were Pleasantville EUB Church. Rev. David Ostrander performed the double-ring ceremony before an altar graced with candelabra and vases of a n - j w h i t e mums. Mrs. may i organist, accompanied to| e o r a Estok in traditional wed- to my ding selections. Escorted by her father, the bride appeared in a floor-length of nylon lace and net with scalloped neckline jana full-length sleeves which i formed wedding points over j-hands. A modified hoop skirt was enhanced with rhinestones, as was the fitted bodice and her bouffant veil of bridal illusion wcs secured by a pearl and crystal crown with pointed wedding bows. She carried a 'white Bible topped with white carnations and white s a put [streamers. Her only jewelry a pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Matron of honor was Mrs. Leon Wagner, sister of the and ibride. She wore a floor-length this play gown of green chiffon with rounded neckline and sheath skirt. White gloves completed her ensemble and she carried a cascade of white and yellow mums. Best man was David Riley of Pleasantville. Ushers were Larry Hanes of Erie and George of Pleasantville. For her daughter's wedding, Â£Â«y Latshaw chose a two-piece Tyc-l_ !4 . ^, ,.^ ^ _____ _,, Â£,,.,, (suit of light brown and beige with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The bridegroom's m o t h selected a blue suit with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. ]. A reception for 120 was held be. OF KAN they the -- into in the church basement with Miss Janice Hanes in charge of the guest book. Aides were Miss Shelvy Beers, Mrs. Ethel Burlingham Mrs. Chester Dean, Mrs. May Conklin and Miss Pamela Hanes. Mrs. Nyall Schwab aunt of the bridegroom, aaked the three-tier wedding cake. Guests attended from Titusville, Erie, Harbor C r e e Sbeamburg, N. Y., Hydetown, Oil City, Venus, Fryburg and Pleasantviile. A bridal shower was given for the bride by Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Chester Dean. Mrs. Hanes attended Titusville High School. Her husband is 1967 graduate of Pleasantville High School and is employed by Grand Valley MFG. The couole is residing at W. Main St.