betty jane dietrich

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betty jane dietrich - and Ihe '| The Calvary Evangelical United...
and Ihe '| The Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church here was the ? Belly Jane Dietrich And y-[ J Dr. Clarence B. Haschen Married Here Saturday louquel of orchid cluysanlhc- ind in plum. llcsl Robert while (heir loscph. Marchini, ot Krie. A served in the Blair, ol Mrs Ihe scene of an allraclivc fall wedding, wedding, at 11:30 a. m. Saturday, when Betty Jane Dietrich, daughter daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. William II. Karns, of Hasson Heights, became became the bride of Dr. Clarence B. aschen, of Brookville, son of B. 1. Haschen, of Oil City. The double ring ceremony was erformcd by Rev. C. T. Miller lastor of the church, before al liar decorated with two bouquets of while chrysanthemums, am vilh white lapers. The bride was presented in marriage by her falher. During.thc ceremony, Mrs Su dcr a Club als wor ve I h introduced mums. John Boland, organist, played ''Deep In My Heart' and "Kiss Me Again." Included in her musical musical selections was Ihe traditional traditional wedding music. She also accompanied accompanied Mrs. Robert Carp'en- ler, who sang "Through the Years." "Because," "Give Me Your Hand," and "The Lord's Prayer." Dean Karns, brother of t h e iridc, was the bridegroom's best nan. Ushers were Robert Karns and [ames Karns, cousins of (he lijide. A wedding reception in I h c YWC'A Home on Central Avenue followed the wedding. Aides were .Mrs. Dean Karns, Mrs. Paul Shull, Miss Jeanne Grccr, Mrs. John Hughes, Mrs. George Durncy and Mrs. Joseph McMahon. The bride's .lablc was centered with a lighl pink wedding cake, wilh while lapcrs al cither side. Also decorating Ihe (able were bridal dolls in pastel colors. After a wedding Irip through he New England States, Dr. and[g c ] luu .Mrs. Haschen will be al home atU c | 1()[ 22 East Main Street, Brookvillc, j )e a Pa. For traveling Ihe bride chosc] 0 f n, i poudrc blue faille dress, feather; || cr lat and a corsage of pink rnses.l[ rom The bride is a gradualc of,Ihe school T.ynn, i jjim, Grace Mrs. Me- Mrs. Camp- Thomas invniirta Jr. sisler of the bridegroom, was the .Charles bride's only attendant. She wore club.ja floor-length gown of gold salin , with lace voke and a peplum in ar.d The bride wore a floor-lcnglh .town of fuchsia salin designct with lace berlha rultle, small bul Ions down the back to a peplum al the waist. She wore a hat ant milts lo malch, and a rhincslon necklace and earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried bridal bouquet of while chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. Mrs. Dean Smail. of Pittsburgh, a afternoon. lablc cake bridal white holders. The iiiif! inae lo Cape Erie, Pennsylvania, home Tor Marchini beige accessories. A Oil Cily High School and lias iieen employed by Fox and Company. Company. Preceding her marriage she was entertained at pro. - nuptial showers given by .lc;mne (Ircer, Mrs. Paul Shutt. Mrs. Howard Kasler, Mrs. William Karns, Mrs. Dean Karns and officers of Morris Morris Chapter Order of Eastern Slar. in anl Oul New ...v,,, u ,,.v. ~.^. ~ ....... . Dr. liasclien is also a graduate I /Jy of Oil Cily High School, Palmer. " School, Davcnporl, Iowa, ami is I The engaged in chiropractic practice! Mrs back. She wore a small hat and mitts to match, and carried a in Hrnnkvillc. ment A number of out-of-lov.n guc.slsjin allentlcd the wedding. will

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  1. The Oil City Derrick,
  2. 27 Sep 1954, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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