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Wedding - Presbyterian Church Scene Of Rites The First...
Presbyterian Church Scene Of Rites The First Presbyterian Church was the scene Sunday afternoon of the wedding ceremony which united Miss Joan Shirley Klie-mann. Klie-mann. Klie-mann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Lester. Woodstock Drive, and Lawrence Clare Berk, 'son of Mrs. Clare W. Berk, Stone Street, and the late Mr. Berk, Rev. J. Alton Cressman performed performed the ceremony before an altar banked with arrangements of white flowers. The bride, given in marriage by her step-father, step-father, step-father, appeared in a white Chantilly lace gown with a scalloped neckline accented by iridescent sequins and pearls. The floor-length floor-length floor-length bouffant skirt of lace over tulle featured lace appliques ;and the hem was edged with se-; se-; quins and pearls. A single strand of pearls complemented complemented her gown and a pearl tiara secured her illusion veil. She 'carried a white orchid surrounded surrounded by stephanotis and centered on a w hite prayerbook. Miss Judy Klieman, Ypsilanti, maid of honor for her cousin, was gowned in Oriental blue lace over taffeta. A matching lace headdress and veil and a colonial arrange- arrange- .ment of pink roses and carnations completed ner ensemme. Bridesmaids were Miss Sheila Berk, sister of the bridegroom, Mi Cl.r.ilU Holl Cnoi-lintT. Cnoi-lintT. Cnoi-lintT. ami iui33 i i ioi.uia nan, iraniug vile Gary Allen was best man and James M. Kliemann, brother of the bride, was head usher. Wil- Wil- liam Whitmore, Ed Mayer and James Frye were ushers. The bride's mother accented A i M i fn ' her Dior broidered blue sheath of em silk organza with corsage 0f pjnk roses. A brown sheath with beige accessories and a corsage of Mary Jo roses W3S the choice of the bride- bride- groom's mother. After a reception in the church parlor, the bride changed into a sheath dress with an orchid corsage. The couple will live at 528 Sixteenth Street. MRS. LAWRENCE CLARE BERK Never forget to cover a yeast a mixture while it's rising! "The Heart Today's Prescription . . . Phone YU 5-7119 5-7119

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  1. The Times Herald,
  2. 02 Oct 1961, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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