Thomas Edward Nist, wedding announcement, The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA, August 13, 1962

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Thomas Edward Nist, wedding announcement, The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA, August 13, 1962 - at inter- of pebble- Mrs. WED IN CHURCH...
at inter- of pebble- Mrs. WED IN CHURCH CEREMONY--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward Nist, married Saturday evening in the First Baptist Church, will be at home at 340 South Winebiddle St., Pittsburgh, bnef wedding trip. The bride as the former Elinor Annette Wiltrout, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltrout of 1217 Chestnut St. The bridegroom, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nist, until 1954 made home in Scottdale with his aunt, Mrs. Andrew Nist, now of Los Angeles, Calif., and his uncle, the late Mr. Nist. The double ring ceremony was solemnized at 6 o'clock by Rev. Orville K. Mellquist, in the presence of approximately seventy- five guests. The altar was adorned with two vases of white snapdragons and ferns and palms. Two seven-branched candelabra held lighted tapers. As the guests assembled, the '*"" '. organist, Mrs. Marian Snyder, p l a y e d "Cantilene Nuptiale," "Wedding Prayer," "Thy Ring Upon My Finger," "I Love You Truly" a n d "Wedding Bells." The organist played the traditional wedding marches for the a was t h from August home processional and recessional of plastic collander. the wedding parly. j The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of white satin brocade. The gown, slyled wilh a baleau neckline and short sleeves, fealured a bouffant skirt Her elbow-lenglh veil of illusion net was held in place by a crown of small pearls and crystals, and she wore elbow- length gloves. She carried a white orchid with sprays af slephanolis on her white Bible. Mrs. Wallace Smiley of Dunbar was her cousin's matron o£ honor. Her slreet-length gown of salin-lau was of a Samoran rose shade. It was fashioned wilh square neckline, short sleeves and belJ-shaped skirt swept up in the back and caught with a bow p l a c e d above the waistline. Her matching headdress was a double-fold bow trimmed with rose petals and a brief veil of nylon. Her gloves were wrist- length, and her cascade bouquet was of azalea-tipped carnations. Joseph Jones of Everson served as best man. and Anthony Sab- bers and J. Ronald Nist of Scotl- dale were ushers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Wiltrout chose a dress of rose beige sheer crepe, with lace bodice and sleeves, worn with white accessories. Mrs. Nist, the bridegroom's aunt, wore a pink lace dress with white accessories. Each wore a corsage of white roses. A lawn reception for seventy- five guests, at the home of the bride's parents, supplemented the ceremony. A three-tier wedding cake centered the bride's table, Arrangements of multi-colored garden flowers were used in the decorations. Too Hot To Handle. HOLYOKE, Mass. (UPD--Fire- men were called lo lhe home Donald DePamplilis on a report that the kitchen was aflame. family's spaghetti dinner h a been placed on the stove in a Safe Scatter Rugs. Put nonskid mats or backing scatter rugs to eliminate falls. The bride, a graduato'from Con- nellsvilie Joint High School with the Class of 1955, is employed as a property clerk by Koppers Company, Inc., Pittsburgh. Mr. Nist, a veteran of four years' service with the United States Air Force, was graduated from Scottdale High School with the Class of 1954 and West Virginia University with Class of 1962. He is now employed as an electrical engineer by the Du- qucsne Light Company at Pills- burgh. DEAR ABBY You re Not DEAR ABBY: My mother ago and my father remarried could ever take my mother's told I was getting a "new" didn't get a ''new" mother, I His new wife set up all sorts regulations to help me grow up is on her side. So, Dear Abby, give young people helpful "new" molher or falher, tell start thinking of themselves as off they'll be. FOURTEEN DEAR FOURTEEN: Your familiar on*. When a child loses a remaining parent frequently eases out of sympathy. When "rules are suddenly imposed again, Your "new" mother will never the one you lost, but she Is you "right." Give her a chance. * * · DEAR ABBY: A nephew of married soon. My husband and to the wedding because of a took place two years ago. The held in the church we belong reason why we can't go to the wedding. If they don't like to throw us out. (Of course, reception.) My husband says the church. I don't see why

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