The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 1, 1967 · Page 5
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Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, September 1, 1967
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Couples Are Wed In Summer INuptials Fhoto by Davis Studio Mrs. Carroll Mum ma Mumma--King ' Miss Carol Ann King and Carroll Mumma were united in marriage Aug. 5 at the Trinity Methodist Church, Cermantown. ' The Rev. Lome Burton per- fprmed the double ring ceremony. I The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert King of Germantown, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Riechard Mumma ol Boonsboro. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white floor length gown of organza over taffeta with a seoop neckline and long tapered sleeves The bodice, sleeves, and edge of the chapel length train were trimmed in chan- tHly lace and seed pearls. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion f*ll from a tulip crown of silk taffeta with pearl inserts. She carried a cascade, of whit° gjadio'i centered with a white orchid. iMrs. Lowell Phil'ips, sister ot the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a yellow floor length gown of chif'on over taffeta with a floating chiffon panel, and she carried a cascade of white gladioli centered with yellow rosebuds and aqua ribbon. Her headpiece was a yellow veil.. Bridesmaids were Mrs Paul Spa'ding of Gaithersburg and Miss Bonnie Smith of St. Michaells. They wore aqua gowns styled identically to that of the matron of honor with matching veils. They -Mr. and Mrs Ralph Martz ol Rock Creek Drive w e r e Weekend guests at the home of Air and Mrs. William Martz ot Broadway, Va. where they attended the wedding of Miss Sandra Lee Martz. Miss Martz ·s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Martz. Mr and Mrs. Boyd Hawes of Keymar are vacationing in Florida. M ss Carolyn Sue Birely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C Birely of Ashton, has returned from a month's tour o£ Europe, which included visit* to England, Ho'land, Ger- imny. Austria, Yugos'svia, Italy. Switzerland and France. Larrv Cassell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cassell of Braddo.'k Heights 'S attending the International Conven cf Circle K, a college Ki- Miss Cribben * ; To Marry : - Mr. Elkins Mr. and Mrs Chester G*orge Cribben of Cheverly, asnounce the engagement of thfeir daughter, Kathleen Mary, to John Huiiiinglon Elkins, soil of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph EBward Elkins Jr. of Upper College Terrace. Both Miss Cribben and her fiance attend tne University of Maryland. A June wedding is planned. wSPAPEf carried cascades of yellow gladioli Sandy Logsdon of Frostburg was flower girl. Her floor length gown was of white organza over aqua taf- 'eta with an aqua veil held in place with a small crown. She carried a nosegay of gladioli and roses. Randy Herbert of Hagerstown was ring bearer. Allen Mumma, brother of the bridegroom was best man and the ushers were John Jacques of Smi hsburg and Lowell Phillips of Germantown. William Thompson, soloist, was accompanied by Mrs. Carleton Browing, organist. The mother of the bride chose a light beige street length dress with a pink hat pimc rose bud corsage, and matching accessories. The bridegrooms mother wore a light blue silk street length dress with matching accessories and a white rose corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride. For the wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains, the bride wore a sleeveless yellow dress with white accessories and a white corsage of small mums. The couple is residing in Elkton. Prior to the wedding, the bride was entertained at a surprise shower hosted by Mrs Paul Kemp. warns group, in Ottawa, Canada. He is Lt Governor of Division I of the Capital District and is president of the junior class at Salisbury State College. David Guggenheim, son of Mr and Mrs. Morris Guggenheim D» Magnolia Avenue, recently returned from a 10- week tour of 15 countries ir. Europe and Asia The - tour was sponsored by the Uni versity tf Vienna, Austria and was composed mainly ol students from Purdue and Indiana Universities and the Un- 'vcrsitv of Wisconsin While in Par's and London, Mr. Guggenheim met his mother who was a so vacationing. Mrs. Robert Milroy Schwier Schwier--Ranneberger Miss Nancy Elaine R,anne- berger became the bride of Robert Milroy Schwier at 7 p.m., Aug. 19 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. The Rev. Lewis F. Cole and the Rev. John R. Cooper performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ranne- berger of Bel Air, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Lynn Bayley of Cedarhurst and Leroy Schwier of Lexington Park. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Ranneberger of Lime Kiln. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a long crystalette gown with a jacket and train of embroidered silk organza. Her appliqued silk illusion fingertip veil was attached to a crown of embroidered flowers, and she carried a cascade of stephanotis and ivy with a phalan- opsis orchid center. The maid of honor, Margaret E. Hanna of Bel Air wore a full length yellow chiffon gown. She carried a yellow and white daisy cascade and wore single daisies scattered in her hair. The bridesmaids were Mrs. David R. Richmond of Baltimore and Miss Joy Ranne- berger of Bel Air, both sisters of the bride, Miss Marcella Cooper of Riderwood, and Miss Kathleen Farrell of Catonsville They wore gowns identical to that of the maid of honor and carried cascade bouquets of white daisies with single daisies scatt e r e d in their hair. Susan Randall of Smyrma, Ga. cousin of the bride, served as flower girl and wore a white eyelet gown with a yellow velvet ribbon at the empire waistline She carried a basket of daisies and wore a crown of daisies in her hair. William Salisbury of St Mary's City, seived as best man Ushers were David R. Richmond of Baltimore, Charles Loffler of Hollywood, Richard Efflen of Damerson, and Kenneth Hardman of Leonardtown. The mother of the bride wore a creme colored crepe gown with a turquoise chiffon bodice with matching accessories and a corsage of turquoise and white camelias. The mother of the bridegroom wore a light rose chiffon gown with matching accessories and a corsage of white and rose camelias. Mrs. Robert Dean accompanied Miss Carol Lynne Miranda. A reception was held at the Maryland Golf and Country Club following the ceremony. The bride, a 1962 graduate of Bel Air High School, was graduated from St. Mary's College of Md. in 1C66 and is presently attending Salisbury State College. The bridgeroom is a 1962 graduate of Ryken H i g h School, Leonardtown. He was graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 1965 and is attending the University ot Maryland. The couple will reside in Hyattsville. Couple Celebrates Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carlton A. Toms of East Patrick Street observed their 25th wedding annive r sary Aug. 25. The celebration was hosted by the couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Toms, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stitely, Carroll E. Toms, Kathy and Michael. Mrs. Toms is the former Miss Pauline L Kolb, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Kolb of RFD 6, Frederick, formerly of Utica The couple was married Aug 25, 1942 at Doubs by the late Rev. Arthur Null. Mi»s Kathleen Mary Cribbe* HAIR STYLIST OPENS SHOP IN CLARKSBURG MARY QUINTER A professional in beauty culture for 20 years and nationally known as Leanet's cordially invites you to her new beauty salon on Route 355 just North of Route 121 at the intersection. Phone 948-6530 Please visit with me and see your new shop on Sunday, Sept. 3,1967 From 10 To 7 I personally present complete and convenient beauty services for a lovelier and good looking you at prices you can afford. Photo by Tom Molesworth Mrs. Larry Milford Gossard -- Ramsburg Miss Jean Carol Ramsburg became the bride of Larry Milford Gossard at 2 p.m. Aug. 26 at Good Shepherd Lu theran Church, Frederick. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Carroll L. Boyer. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her m a n F. Ramsburg of Lee Place, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford C. Gossard of RFD 5, Frederick. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of alencon lace over taffeta with a scalloped bateau neckline, long la c e sleeves, and bell shape skirt. The gown featured an empire waistline accented with a bow in front. Her bouffant veil was of imported silk illusion held by a cluster of roses and petals with seed pearl trim, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses. Mrs. Marline Lovejoy of Frederick was matron of honor. She wore an empire gown of violet textured silk. The high rising waistline and back floating panel were bordered in motifs of chalk Venise lace. A matching cluster of blossoms held her short \eil of silk illusion, and she carried a bouquet of minature carnations. Best man was Craig Gossard of Frederick, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Paul Turner and Ronnie Dorsey, both of Frederick. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church social hall. For the wedding trip to the Smoky Mountains, the bride wore a biue A-line dress with matching accessories and a minature rose corsage. Upon their return, the couple will reside in Gaithersburg. Miss Peggy Witt To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Kraymer M. Witt of Dill Avenue, announce the engagement of the'r daughter, Peggy, to Stephen W. Linger, son of Mr and Mrs. Stephen E. Linger. Mis-3 Witt is a 1967 graduate of Frederick High School and is employed by the C and P Telephone Com p a n y of Maryland. Mr Linger is a 1964 graduate of Myfrs Park High School, Charlotte. N C . and is attending the University of Maryland No date has been set for the wedding Miss HERITAGE · PRICES F«*OM »1BO TO J E W E L E R S L _:.,....X / t Mrs. Gerald Lee Lewis Leicis--Huffer Miss Kathy Larue Huffer and Gerald Lee Lewis were united in marriage at 7:30 p.m., Aug 11 at Christ Reformed Church, Middletown The Rev. George H. Klinefelter performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin L. Huffer of near Middletown, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Lewis of near Wolfsville Given in marriage by her father, the brid e wore a street length nylon cage gown of rose patterned lace over white taffeta. A satin covered pillbox trimmed with pearl- centered rosebuds held her shoulder length veil, and she carried a nosegay of daisies with white roses and fern. Mrs. Ronald E Huffer, sister-in-law of the bride was matron of honor. She wore a street length dress of sh« ir nlyon over taffeta featuring a blue bodice with waistline trimmed in white rose appli- ques and a white skirt. A pale blue bandeau held her circula r veil, and she carried a nosegay of blue and white carnations. Paul W Lewis of near Wolfsville was his brother's best man -U'olvte was Phillip Klmefelter of Middletown Organist was M i s Richard L Martin of Fredei ick Following the ceremonv, -i reception was held in the church social room. Those assisting with the reception were Mrs. Harvey Miller who baked the cake; Mrs. Raliegh Moler, Mrs. Arthur Prather, Mrs. C. William Osbourn, aunts of the bride; Miss Debora Prather and Miss Connie Moler, cousins of the bride; Mrs. Ronald Huffer, Miss Donna Wetnight, Miss Beverly Kefauver, Miss Gail Locke, and Mrs. Harold W. Kefauver who arranged the flowers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs Huffer wore a blue da- cron embroidered sheath with white accessories and a red rosebud corsage The bridegroom's mother chose a pink silk shantung dress with white accessories and a white rose corsage Following a wedding trip to Rehoboth Beach, Del., the bride will return home to complete her studies at the Maryland Medical Secretarial School, Hagerstown After her graduation in March 1968, she plans to join her husband who will be completing a tour jf duty in Italy with the U.S. Air Force. The bride is a 1965 graduate of Middletown High School The bridegroom, a 1965 gradu a t e o f Middletown H i g h School attended Columbia Business College Hagerstown and is presenth on leave from the Air Force THEY'RE HERE!! Gilberts Takes Great Pleasure In Introducing One Of The Finest Wool Lines Featuring Coats, Suits, Dresses And Sportswear PENDLETON si'ri»itj Ours in I N F R E D E R I C K 7 N. M \ K K K T STKKKT ·IWSPAPERI

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