Elaine Baumann and Joseph C Blake marry
was Jojin Mrs. Ths Sar- bride gown satin of white Miss They with p Elaine Baumann Bride in Hinsdale Of Joseph C. Blake HINSDALE--Mlsi Elaine Ruth Baumann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baumann of Hinsdale, was married this morning at 9 St. Patrick's Church to Joseph C. Blake, son of Mrs. Elizabeth also of Hinsdale. Rev. James J. Courtney performed the cPremony. Mrs. Evelyn Bellinger was organist, organist, and Leon Patterson, soloist. The bride, who Was given in marriage by her father, had her Miss Betty Baumann, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the Betty Ann Fox, her cousin, Clara Masmo, Nanette Passier and Mrs. Eileen F. Schnopp, another cousin. Donald F. Blake was best man his brother who had as ushers, David H. Carmel, his cousin; Francis E. and James R. Baumann, bride's brothers; and Leonard W. Archambault. The bride wore a Colonial marquisette over taffeta gown with fitted bodice, portrait Chantilly- lace shoulder ruffle, transparent yoke, long tapered sleeves and a bouifant lace-edged skirt falling in fc full train. Her chapel-length veil of imported illusion was attached attached to a mantilla head piece Chantilly lace trimmed with pearl- ized orange blossoms. She carried a cascade of white roses and peas. The maid of honor was dressed in tea-foam blue organdy over taffeta gown with fitted bodice, round neckline, puff sleeves and bouffant skirt sprinkled with baby bows of satin ribbon. Her matching net tiara was trimmed with flowers, and her bouquet was a of yellow 1 roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaids' Colonial marquisette marquisette over taffeta gown were shades of petal pink, mint green and lilac. They were fashioned fitted bodice, portrait lace shoulder shoulder neckline, cap sleeves and bouffant bouffant ruffled hoop skirts caught with garlands of flowers. Their lace and horsehair picture hats gauntlets matched their gowns. They carried baskets of garden flowers. A wedding breakfast at the Berkshire Restaurant Embassy Room was followed by a reception at home of the bride's parents. For traveling to New York, the bride wore a navy summer suit, red corsage and white and blue accessories. accessories. When they return, Aug. they will make their home on Street. Mrs. Blake, a teller at the Agricultural National Bank in Pittsfield, Pittsfield, was graduated from St. Joseph's Joseph's High School and the Pittsfield Pittsfield Secretarial School. Mr. Blake, who attended Pittsfield Pittsfield High School, is an Army veteran of 37 months' service, including including 26 in the CBI theatre. He employed by the Sawyer, Reagan woolen mill, Dalton.