Ed Dittberner wedding

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Ed Dittberner wedding - Exchange Matriage Vows Friday in Informal...
Exchange Matriage Vows Friday in Informal Church Cerfemoriy . iploor baskets of gladioli at the chrysanthemum corsage. , chaftcel with lighted candles in candelabra and altar Vases .filled with roses were the decorations in the Concordia Lutheran church in ,Azusa Friday evening for the. wedding of Edwin H. Dittberner, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Dittberner, 156 W. Center street, and Mary E. Range, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Toplew, Vincetown, N. J. With 65 family members and close friends present the informal 8:'30 p.m. ceremony was read by the Rev. W. C. Schnute, minister of the church. The bride, given' in marriage by Dr. L. M. Young of Santa Ana, wore a softly tailored suit in gold color with accents of brown and brown accessories. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace and pearl earrings and she wore a corsage of chrysanthemums in rust shades. Her only attendant was' Mrs. Albert Masters of Baldwin Park wearing a cocoa brown suit and yfcllow MRS. LEVlN GIVES PROGRAM AT READING CLUB Mrs. Jack Levin gave a brief review of several summer best-sellers at the Tuesday meeting at the home of Mrs. Karl Ponsy of the Reading club. Present were Mrs. Robert Walker, Mrs. Walter Deitz, Mrs. Gail Jobe, Mrs. Hayes Hallock, Mrs. Oliver Corbin, Mrs. Glenn Miller, Mrs. Phillip t Dittberner served, brother.as best man and escorting guests to. their seats was another brother of, the .groojn, James /Dittberner, and Albert Masters of'Baldr win Park. Organ music by'H. O. Michael pf Pomona included "Because" and 'Until," and vocal solos supplied >y Miss Caroline Crossi of Ontario hcluded "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mr. Michael accompanied ler and played the traditional wedding marches. Pale .pink and white was color theme for decorations on the bride's table at the reception in the church, following the ceremony. The three-tiered wedding cake was pink with white rose buds and pink and white tuberous begonias made the floral decorations. Since neither of the mothers were able to attend, Mrs. Elsie Young and Mrs 'Rae Rifkin served as hostesses. Mrs Betty Dittberner was in charge o: the guest book. The new Mrs. Dittberner received her education in the Germantown, Pa. schools and is employed as- comptometer at Bullock's in Los- Angeles, lier husband is raduate of the local high schoo nd is employed with Uivingstor ock and Gravel company. After a brief honeymoon at Bi ear Lake, the young couple wi] e at home at 239 S. Third street. WIDE-ELECT, HONOR

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  1. Covina Argus,
  2. 07 Sep 1951, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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