The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on October 11, 1959 · 72
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THE SUN, BALTIMORE. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11. 1959 PAGi i : Section B Becomes Bride Of Lt. Smith V i. v 'I a f s If 1 v yJ) f : h ur i 1 I ' - I ? : &' Richard Scribncr, of Hartford, Conn., and Mr. George M. Wyckoff, Jr., of Hinsdale, 111., were the ushers. After motoring east on their wedding trip, the bride and bridegroom will be at home at Camp Lejeune, N.C., where Lieutenant Smith is stationed with the Marine Corps. Miss Hiss Affianced Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Carol Lynn Hiss,- daughter of Mrs. Carolyn Hiss, of Purlington way, and Mr. Frank W. Hiss, of Lynchburg, Va., to Pvt. James H. Gehrken, USA, son of Mr. nd Mrs. R. C. Gehrken, Jr., of West Palm Beach, Fla. Granddaughter of Dr. Harry Deibel and the late Mrs. Dei- bel, Miss Hiss is an alumna of Eastern High School. Private Gehrken. a graduate of West Palm Beach High School, is stationed at Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Miss Flannery To Wed The engagement of Miss Mary Catherine , Flannery, daughter of Mrs. John J. Flannery, of Towson, and the late Mr. Flannery, to Mr. William Woodrow Mahoney, son of Mr. William Michael Mahoney, of the Marylander Apartments, and the late Mrs. Mahoney, has been announced by her mother. Miss Flannery is a graduate of St. Joseph's College in Em-mitsburg. Her fiance was graduated from Loyola College and the University of Maryland School of Law. January 2 is the date set for the wedding. Engaged To Mr. Powcl Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William Gale, of Woodridge road, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Rebecca Ann Gale, of Luthervtlle, to Mr. William Rodenbaugh Powel 3d, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Powel 2d, of Howard county. Miss Gale ' is a graduate of the Samuel Ready School and the Union Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. Mr. Powel was graduated from McDouogh School and the University of Maryland. Miss Dixon Betrothed Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dixon, of Hampton, of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Carol Virginia Dixon, to Mr. Charles Allen Gable, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. .Gable, Jr., of Stoneleigh. Miss Dixon, a graduate of Towson Senior High School, is a senior at Western' Maryland College. Mr. Gable was graduated from Towson Senior High School and from the University of Maryland and now attends the university's graduate school. VI ISS KAREN ELIZABETH 1VA OLSON, daughter of Doctor and Mrs. Kenneth Lloyd Olson, of South Bend, Ind., and Lt. Gordon Leigh Smith, USMC, son of Mrs. Sidney Layton Smith, of Deepwood road, and the late Commander Smith, USN, were married October 3 at First Presbyterian Church, South Bend. The Rev. Daniel Fowler performed the ceremony. A reception was held at the South Bend Country Club. Attending the bride were Miss Edith Olson, of South Bend, as maid of honor, and as bridesmaids. Miss Christine Olson, also of South Bend; Miss Ann Balis, of New York; Miss Louise Bell, of Pittsburgh; Miss Rosemary Cartwright. of Cincinnati; Miss Martha Clark, of South Bend; Miss Ann Olson, of Minneapolis, Minn.; Miss Sally Plym, of Niles, Mich., and Mrs. George M. Wyckoff, Jr., of Hinsdale, 111. Melissa Lionberger, of South Bend, was the flower girl. The best man was Mr, Henry Jordan, of Philadelphia. Lt. Ste-phan Ball, USN; Mr. Murray Campbell, of South Bend; Mr. John Cannell, of Cambridge, Mass.; Lt. Charles Dennis, USMC; Ens. Daniel Gothie, of New Hope, Pa.; Lt. Alvin Kron-gard, of Baltimore; Lt. Dennis Mahar, USMC; Mr. Maury Mc-Keon, bf North Guilford, Conn.; Lt. Bruce Nielsen, USMC; Lt. f -S 5v I r Leonard t. Orelf. Jr. Wed yesterday, Mrs. Richard Burt was Miss Margaret A. Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade P. Thomas. Harold Guthman Mrs. Gordon LeigK Smith was Miss Karen Elizabeth Olson until her marriage October 3 in South Bend, Ind. Is Married MissTh Miss Louise Willier Wed omas took place September 18 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Alexandria. The bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. Walter Byron Stehl, of Baltimore. BriJe Of Mr. LeCates Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Hall Tribus, of Staten Island, N.Y., have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ann Margaret Tribus, to Mr. Rob- . ert Harry LeCates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas Gates, of Salisbury. The Rev. Dr. George M. Watson performed the ceremony at , the First Presbyterian Church of Staten Island. A reception was held at Richmond Country Club, on Staten Island. In the bridal party were Miss Dorothy Ann Schmidt, of Colts Neck, N.J., as maid of honor for her cousin; Miss Joan Mac-Lachlan, of Staten Island, and Miss Dorothy Ann Pfingst, of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and Mrs. Kenneth W. Gyarmathy, of Staten Island, bridesmaids; Mr. Richard Thomas LeCates, of Salisbury, as his brother's best man, and Mr. William Calvin 'THE wedding of Miss Louise Willier, daughter of Doctor and Mrs. Benjamin H. Willier, ef Upnor road, and Mr. James J. Kehoe, son of Mrs. James J. Kehoe, of Bigfork, Mont., and the late Mr. Kehoe, took place September 19 at Grace Methodist Church, with the Rev. John T. Jaeger performing the ceremony. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. William C, Disser was matron of honor for her sister, whose bridesmaids were Miss Ann Lane Wilson, of Rising Sun; Miss Estelle Edwards, of Sun-bury, N.C., and Mrs. J. Scott Wilson. Mr. William C. Disser was best man. The ushers were Mr. James E. Thompson and Mr. J. Scott Wilson. Virgmia Ceremony ' The marriage of Miss Mary Willoughby Roberts, daughter of Doctor and Mrs. John Edmund Roberts, of Alexandria, Va., to Mr. John Thistlewood Davenport, son of Col. John Shannon Davenport and Mrs. Davenport, of Arlington, Va., School, is a, member of the first class at the Naval Academy. Miss Townsend W ed Miss Patricia Ann Townsend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cummings Townsend, of Denton, was married September 19 to Mr. Paul Alexander Cruser. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elston Cruser, of La Val-lette, N.J. The Rev. Dr. John E. French, superintendent of the Salisbury District of the Methodist Church, performed the ceremony in the , Buckingham Presbyterian Church at Berlin, where a reception was held. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Barbara Virginia Townsend, as maid of honor. Mr. Cruser was his son's best man. and the ushers were Mr. Wesley Everett Townsend, brother of the bride, and Mr. J. Preston Downs, her uncle. flliss Coughlin To Wed Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Coughlin, of North Wood-ington road, of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Andrea Coughlin, to Mr. James Goddard Connelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Connelly, of Tudor Arms avenue. Miss Coughlin is a graduate of Trinity Preparatory School. , Her fiance was graduated from Loyola High School and College. 'T'HE marriage of Miss Mar-garet Aurelia Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade' Purcell Thomas, of Stoneleigh, to Mr. Richard Carl Burt, son of Mrs. Robert Bowie Johnson, of Northwood, and the late Mr. Chaney Burt, took place yesterday at St. Pius X Church. Performing the ceremony was the Rev. Joseph Fuller. A reception was held at the Broadview Apartments. Miss Elizabeth Chambers was the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Mrs. Carroll B. Thomas, of Drexel Hill, Pa., sister-in-law of the bride; Miss Elizabeth McAllister; Miss Anne B. Lydon, of Pocomoke, and Miss Pamela Maher, of Plan-dome Manor, Long Island, N.Y. The best man was Mr. Robert B. Johnson, Jr., brother of the bridegroom. Mr. Wade P. Thomas, Jr., and Mr. Charles Lee Thomas, of Buffalo, brothers of the bride; Mr. Martin Parks, and Mr. Charles McGinnis, were the ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Burt will live on Murdock road after a wedding trip south. To Wed Mr. Mason Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Olive L. Dove, daughter of Mrs. George W. Dove, of Monroe, N.Y., and the late Mr. Dove, to Mr. Richard Bell Mason, son of Mrs. Donald R. Mason, of Towson, and the late Mr. Mason. The prospective bride is a graduate of Thevenet Hall Academy and of Mills College of Education, in New York. Mr. Mason was graduated from Towson High School and Dartmouth College, in Hanover, .New Hampshire. Miss Williams Affianced The betrothal of Miss Constance Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Williams, of Towson, to Mr. Ray S. Paskell. Jr., son of Doctor and Mrs. Ray Paskell, of North-wood, has been announced by her parents. Miss Williams attended the Towson Junior College and is a student at the School of X-ray Technology of Sinai Hospital. Mr. Paskell is in his senior year at Gettysburg College. Miss Wright Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Town-' ' send Wright, of Towson, have announced the betrothal of their daughter. Miss Margaret Ann Wright, to Midshipman James Ellis Rowley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Rowley, of Arroyo Grande, Cal. Miss Wright was graduated from Towson Catholic High School and the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Midshipman Rowley, a graduate of Napa (Cal.) High Before her marriage at Grace Methodist Church, Mrs. James J. Kehoe was Miss Louise Willier, of Upnor road. M.issJialdEngaged ToMr.Omngs Miller, of Easton; Mr. James Albert Kenney 3d, of Salisbury, and Mr. Robert Lincoln Tribus and Mr. Donald McCampbell Tribus, of Staten Island, brothers of the bride, as ushers. Miss Bittenbender Wed Miss Dorothy Victoria Bittenbender, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bittenbender, of St. Gemma road, and Dr. Thornwell Jacobs Frick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Frick, of Spartanburg, S.C., were married September 19 at Second English Lutheran Church. The Rev. Augustus Hackman performed the ceremony, A reception was held in the church social hall. Miss Ruth Blumenthal, of Philadelphia, was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Bette .Dotson and the bride's cousin, Miss Joanne Bittenbender, of Arlington, Va. Jeanne Frick, of Dayton, Ohio, niece of the bridegroom, was the flower girl. Mr. Roy Frick, of Dayton, was best man for his brother. Ushers were Mr. Samuel Bo-land; Mr. Conrad Bittenbender, Jr., brother of the bride; Mr. Philip Frick, of Atlanta, cousin of the bridegroom, and Mr. Thomas McAfee, of Greenville, South Carolina. Miss Lappe Affianced Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius A. Lappe, of Chumleigh road, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara Joan Lappe, to Mr. George Laurence Watts, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George Laurence Watts, of Dunkirk road. Miss Lappe, a graduate of Mount St. Agnes High School, attended Villa Julie Junior College. Mr.' Watts was graduated from Loyola High School and College, studied at the University of Maryland School of Law and now is attending the Marine Corps Officers Candidate School Miss Ament Engaged Mr. and Mrs. E. Carroll Ament, of Loch Hill, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Carolyn May Ament, to Mr. Carville Godfrey Be vans, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carville G. Bevans, of Stoneleigh. Miss Ament attended the University of Baltimore and McCoy College of the Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Bevans, a graduate of the Hopkins, has returned to study for a master of arts degree. A February wedding is planned. ft A V , F, 1 '4?tJ ' - X W-M f 14 v 'THE betrothal of Miss Phyllis ARuth Hald to Mr. Donald Stuart 0 wings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Owings, of Bel-lona avenue, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Hald, of Peekskill. N.Y. Miss Hald was graduated from Peekskill High School and Vassar College and received an M.A. degree from the State University of Iowa. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, she is currently studying at the University of Manchester, England, on a Fulbright Scholarship. Mr. Owings, currently serving a tour of military duty in Germany, was graduated from Baltimore City College, received his bachelor of arts degree from Washington College and was awarded an M.A. degree by the State University of Iowa. To Wed Mr. Raff el Announcement of the engagement of Miss Bonnie Kane to Mr. Erwin Stuart Raffel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Raffel, of Labyrinth road, has been made by her parents, Mr." and Mrs. Irving Kane of Shaker Heights, Ohio. Miss Kane, a graduate of Pine Manor Junior College, Wellesley, Mass., is a senior at Goucher College. Mr. Raffel was graduated from the University of Maryland and is a junior at the University's School bf Dentistry. November 23 Is the date set for the wedding to take place at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Cabe Affianced The betrothal of Miss Carol Anne Cabe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Cabe, of Queen Anne road, and New York, to Mr. Ralph Kaminsky, of Boston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kaminsky, of Winne-peg, Canada, has been announced by her parents. Miss Cabe is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Brave, of this city, and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cabe, of Baltimore and West Point, Va. After graduating from Barnard College, she studied at the Universita per Stran-ieri in Perugia and at the International Artists Association in Rome. Mr. Kaminsky was graduated from the University of Manitoba and studied at McGill and Columbia Universities. Miss Young Betrothed The engagement of Miss Margaret Carol Young to Mr. Edwin Michael Wray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Wray, of Philadelphia, has been announced by her parents, the Rev. Carl E. Young and Mrs. Young, of Pikesville. Miss Young, a graduate of Milford Mill High School, is a junior at Albright College, where Mr. Wray is a member of the senior class and a pre-theological student. fall - v: S i t -i f . 1 . S : . 4 ft I X K ir i s , f i - K v- I i i -' - '1 A lW:lt::':,i Hessler Rettberg Russart A recent fcride, Mrs. Robert Harry LaCates is the former Miss Ann Margaret Tribus, of Staten Island. Recently wed, Mrs. H. George Aldrich is Mrs. Joseph G. Johns, Jr., was Miss the former Miss June Elizabeth Gotshall. Mary Michael Foster, until her marriage. t .- 'A . w . -. I.'-ft f i iv:j J ( .1. 1 I k- vm iA tea . ft It-- if , S;-1- X , -X LX Si L ' ' 'i l I "ii : L rT; ' ' : XJ ' 4 i v-t Carlo Fred Gerard Myro Announcement is made of the betrothal of Miss Margaret Carol Young, of Pilcesville, The engagement of Mis Penelope Park to Miss Bonnie Kane to Mr. Erwin S. Raffel. is betrothed to Mr. Edwin. Michael Wray. Ens. Scott G. Chrysler has been announced. Miss Shirley J. Workman and Lt. Thomas Shanihin are to be wed in Silver Spring. Miss Carolyn M. Ament, of Loch Hill, and Mr. Carville G. Bevans, Jr., will marry.

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