Jeanne Snyder Betteker sat May 5 1951Evening Independent

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Jeanne Snyder Betteker sat May 5 1951Evening Independent
 - SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1951 (Miss T. Jeanne Siiyder...
SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1951 (Miss T. Jeanne Siiyder Pledges Vows James M. Betteker In St. Mary's , The bells of St. Mary's this morning announced the 10:30 wedding of Miss T. Jeanne Bnyder and James M. Betteker. The Rev. Fr. John J. Pertz officiated at the pledge of \rpws of the double ring ceremony uniting in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Snyder, 738 Medill ave' NE and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Betteker, 504 N. Basin st, Navarre, in the presence of many relatives and friends, who were seated during during a recital of wedding music presented by Harold Conti. organist. Organ selections included: "The Green Cathedral," Hahn, Mr. Conti's own arrangement of "The Lord's Prayer," Schubert's, "Ave Maria," "Panis Angelicus," Cesar Franck, and "On This Day, 0, Beautiful Beautiful Mother." Ushers were Paul D. Miller, the brother-in-law of the bride, and Jerry Blackburn of Navarre. Stately white gladioli decorated the altar and palms and ferns Were arranged at the communion rail where Mr. Betteker and his brother, Robert, his best man, awaited the arrival of the bride and her father. As Rossini's, "Wedding March," resounded from the organ loft, the bride wearing a princess styled gown of opaline Skinner's satin designed with a cathedral length train, on the arm of her father, walked down the aisle, preceded by her sister, Mrs. Robert Wales McLain (Jacqueline Snyder) as matron of honor, her two bridesmaids, bridesmaids, Miss Lois Ann Mitchell, a close friend, and Mrs. Paul P. Miller, the groom's sister, her two nieces, Cheryl Ann and Jacquie Jo Wilker of Lakeside, as junior bridesmaids. The bridal gown featured a ssveetheart neckline edged in seed pearls and beading. The long sleeves tapered to points over the hands. The princess style gown cascaded in the back into a full skirt widening into a long train. Her Juliet cap of matching opaline satin trimmed with tiny seed pearls held her veil of imported white illusion. She carried a bouquet of white lilacs. cascade The attendants wore strapless gosvns of daffodil yellow net over taffeta. The bodice was of embroidered embroidered organdy and matching stoles were fastetied at the shoulder giving a sleeve effect. Their cascade cascade bouquets were of lilacs in blending shades of orchid and they wore hlac headbands. The junior bridesmaids wore gowns of nylon marquisette over taffeta, designed with round yoke and lace giving an off shoulder ef feet. The marquisette hoop skir was caught up with bows of flow ers allowing the tiered lace under skirt to show. With this they wore short matching marquisette mitts They carried nosegays of lilacs. Mrs. Snyder, the bride's mother who was seated just before tb entrance of the bridal party, wa gowned in navy blue with whit accents. She wore a white hai navy accessories and an orchi corsage. Mrs. Betteker, the groom' mother, wore a navy and pin gown with navy accessories and a orchid corsage. The groom's maternal maternal grandmother was in navy with matching accessories and wore white carnation corsage. * * * THE WEDDING BREAKFAST vas served to the bridal party, he families and out of tow ] n guests, ' t The Bannister's. Lilacs created a charming floral setting. In the fternoon from 2 to 4 a reception vas held in the American Legion •.ome. The refreshment table was Covered with a green cloth center- d with a three tiered wedding cake topped with a vase of flow- :rs. Silver candelabra held lighted apers softly lighting the beautiful setting. Out of town guests were present from Lakeside and Florida. When Mr. Betteker and his bride eave on a wedding trip of undisclosed undisclosed destination, the bride will .vear a two-piece navy sheer crepe suit %vith Peter Pan collar. The three quarter length sleeves are finished with white cuffs and the pockets are edged in white. With this she will wear a white hat and a white orchid. They will live at 28 Forest ave SE upon their return. The former Miss Snyder, a member member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Plate Road, Brewster. Mr. Betteker, a graduate of Navarre Navarre high school with the class of '45, is a veteran of "World War II. having served for two years with the U. S. Navy. At present he is a student at Kent State university university .where he is affiliated with Delta Upsilon fraternity. 195051 to a MRS. BETTEKER

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  1. The Evening Independent,
  2. 05 May 1951, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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