Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
Jean Reist Is Bride Of B. G. Greeninger Miss Jean Ann Reist and Bennett Bennett G. Greeninger were married on Saturday evening at six-thirty o'clock in the lona Evangelical United Brethren Church. T h e Rev. John Hr Gable officiated in the double "ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reist, Quenlin. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Greeninger, 331 North Twelfth St. Escorted By Father The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a ruffled waltz length gown of lace and net with a Sabrina neckline, short sleeves and elbow length lace gloves. Her lace cap was trimmed with sequins and pearls, and held a fingertip veil. She carried a white orchid on a white Bible with streamers. Maid of honor, Miss Edith Krlck, friend of the bride, wore a ballerina length gown of nile green with matching elbow length, gloves. She wore a face veil and carried white carnation!.. carnation!.. Miss Virginia Greeninger, niece of the groom, wore an orchid ballerina length gown, and Mrs. Gladys Lutz, sister of the groom, wore an identical gown but in nile green. Both wore matching veils and elbow length gloves and carried yellow carnations. They served as bridesmaids. Flower girl, Judith Ann Reist, niece of the bride, wore an orchid gown with a matching face veil and white gloves. She carried yellow 'mums. Best man was Glenn Brubaker, friend of the groom. Robert Greeninger, brother of the groom and Roy Rcisl, brother of the bride, were ushers. Mothers' Attire The mother of the bride wore a blue print dress with black accessories. The mother of the groom wore a navy blue dress with black accessories. Both wore white carnation corsages. Mrs. Ralph Moycr was organist. organist. Soloist was Waller Hcrr. The church was decorated with ferns, palms and white flowers. A i reception was held at the Lebanon Valley Farm Bureau Building for approximately 125 guests. The couple will take a short trip and upon returning will reside reside in n newly-furnished apartment apartment at Quetitln. For traveling the bride wore a blue print dress and blnek accessories. The bride is a graduate of Cornwall High School in 1959 nnd is employed by Di-Anne Under wear Inc. The groom is a 19fiO graduate of Lebanon High School and is employed by C. F. Manbcck Inc., Frcdcricksburg.