Theo Horn and Clarence Broomall wedding
Theo Horn Marries Residing at 827 Peach Boulevard, Boulevard, Willoughby, are Frank Clarence Broomall and his bride, the former Theo Horn. They were married at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Willoughby Methodist Church with Rev. Edwin Dickey officiating. The feride is a daughter of Mrs. Ida Horn of Wills Ave., Dover, and the late Albert Horn. She was graduated' by Dover High and is employed at Fisher Brothers Brothers Supermarket in Willoughby. Mr. Broomall, a son of Clarence Broomall of Chester, Pa., also is an employe of Fishers. For her marriage Theo wore Will Wed Doverite a dress of blue chiffon. She carried carried a bouquet of red sweetheart roses. Serving as matron of honor honor was Mrs. William Lattimer, who wore a _blue sheath dress and a corsage of white carnations. carnations. Best man was William William Broomall, the bridegroom's brother. A dinner was held at Hellreig- er's Inn following the ceremony Saturday. On Sunday, the newlyweds newlyweds were honored at a bridal shower given by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crile and son, Bruce, of Baltic. Attending the party, during which a picnic dinner was served, were: Mrs. Ida Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Conkle and sons, Mike and Tim my, Mr. and Mrs. Elson Egler, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fox and daughter, Charlene, Charlene, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fox, Mr. and Mrs. David Horn and children, Dick, Bob and Joyc.e and Mr. and Mrs. James Horn and daughter, Debra, of Dover; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fox and daughters, Linda and Laura, of Westlake; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Robinson of New Philadelphia, and David, Daniel, Lois, Mary and Rebekah Stiebig of Eastlake.