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Mrs. Charles Edward Weishaar Miss Fisher, Mr. Weishaar Are Wed At Trinity Church Miss Patricia Diann Fisher became the bride of Charles Edward Weishaar at 3 p.m. Aug. 20 at T r i n i t y Methodist Church, Frederick. The Rev. Lyle Ashby performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Fisher of Oak Street, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Sarah Weishaar of Ladiesburg. Given in marriage by her father, th e bride wore an ante bellum gown of chantilly lace with a basque bodice, long lapered sleeves and decol- letage of hand clipped scallops accented with seed pearls and iridescents. Her hooped skirt of ruffled tiers fell to a chapel train. A cluster of pearl edged petals and orange blossoms held her Civic Club Displays New Art Work The Frederick Civic Club has announced the addition of four new artists to their rotating art exhibit for the next three months. They are Austin and William Steinhaus, Mrs. Ada Moore and Mrs. Ruth Goch nauer. The work of each artist will be on display one month at each of these locations: the C Burr Artz Library, the Farmers and Mechanics National Bank and the Frederick Memorial Hospital Cafeteria During the month of September the work of Mrs. Gouchnauer will be seen at the library, that of William Steinhaus at the bank and that of Austin Steinhaus in the cafeteria. October will see the work of Austin Steinhaus at the bank, that of William Steinhaus at the library and that of Mrs Moore at the hospital. November Mrs Moore's work will be on display at the bank, Austin Steinhaus will show at the library and the work of William Steinhaus \vill be at the hospital bouffant veil, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, carnations and stephanotis. Miss Vicki Masser was maid of honor. She wore a floor length gown of pale blue with short ruffled lace sleeves and a matching picture hat. Bridesmaids were Miss Sharita Masser, Miss Sandy Masser, Miss Linda Caffery and Miss Helen Van Fleet. They wore crepe gowns styled identically to that of the maid of honor in pale blue and petal pink with matching hats. Misses Linda and Sheila Fisher, sisters of the bride, were junior bridesmaids. They wore petal pink crepe gowns styled identically to those of the other attendants with matching hats. The attendants all carried nosegays of pink and white roses, daisies and carnations. Dairell Hummer of New Midway was best man. Ushers were Robert Measell of Woodsboro, Wayne Anders of Keymar and Eugene and Gary Fisher, brothers of the bride. John Andrews was candle lighter. Melvin Pittinger accompanied the soloists, Mrs. Margaret Russell and Richard Burgee. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church social hall. For the wedding trip to Canada and Expo '67, the bride wore a white suit with pink accessories and a pink orchid corsage. For her daughter's w e d ding, Mrs Fisher wore a pink brocade dress with matching jacket and accessories and a deep pink orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother chose an aqua dress with lace top, aqua accessories and a white orchid corsage. The couple is residing in Frederick. The bride, a 1C64 graduate of Frederick High School, is employed at Government Employees Insurance Co , Chevy Chase The bridegroom is a 1963 graduate of Walkersvilb High Fchool and is employed at the National Institutes of Healtn, Bethesda Miss Mary Natalie McSher ry daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McSherry of East Second Street was guest of honor at a luncheon Tuesday hosted by her grandmother, Mrs. Clinton Kilty Macsherry of Baltimore at the Mount Vernon Club, Baltimore. Miss McSherry and her sis ter, Miss Marian Carbery McSherry were also entertained at a swimming party and supper Sunday given by then- parents. Dr. Calvin E Schildknecht, son of Mrs C. E. Schildknecht of North College Parkway, has returned from a four- month European trip. On sabbatical leave from Gettysburg College where he is chairman of the Chemistry Department, he visited and lectured at universities and organizations in England, Germany, Switzerland and France. In June Dr. Schildknecht was joined by his wife and son for 10 weeks of touring which took them to France, Italy, Greece, Yugoslavia. Czechoslovakia, Germany and the Netherlands. Dr. Phyllida M. Willis of Wilson Place has returned from the Tri-Annual Meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa Council at Duke University in Durham, N C. where she was a delegate from the Phi Beta Kappa As sociation of Frederick County Dr Willis is a professor of chemistry at Hood College Miss Deborah Wi'ey, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs William Wiley of Taneytown, s D I A M O N D Â·Â·MKMITV . . . FROM Â»1OO will return to Catawba College, Salisbury N.C. tor her junior year. Miss Wiley is vice president of her residence hall and president of the Home Economics Club. Mr and Mrs. Milton A Frank Jr. and family of West 14th Street recently returned from a week's vacation in Ocean City. Mrs. Knill To Head UDWC .Mrs. Elizabeth A. Knill of Frederick was elected Wes- lern Maryland chairman of the United Democratic Women's Club of Maryland at a recent meeting af the group. Representatives of 28 clubs attended the meeting held at the Fort Cumberland Hotel in Cumberland. Mrs. Knill, who takes office January 1968, will serve a two year term She is a member and vice president of the Women's Democratic League of Frederick, and is also ser- \ing as financial secretary of the statewide organization. Mrs. Knill is the fourth member of the local club to serve as Western Maryland chairman Others incl u d e Mrs. Fann-.e A. King, Mrs Ruby V. Hahn and Mrs. Madelyn H Magaha. Mrs Jim McQuown. present Western Maryland chairman presided at the meeting. Photo by Davis Studio Mrs. Guy Francis Caruso Miss Deal, Mr. Caruso Are Wed In Pennsylvania Miss Donna Sue Deal of Rockville and Guy Francis Caruso also of Rockville, were united in marriage at 2 p m . Aug. 26 at the Bethel Assembly of God Church, Littlestown, Pa. Tne Rev Samuel A. Garrett performed the double ring ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W Arthur Deal of Littlestown, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Guy Caruso of Br dgeport. Conn Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a silhouette gown of silk or- J E W E L E R S C.ouple (". 20th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Leonard Higdon of Brownsville w e r e guests of honor at a cv eora- tion honoring the 20th wedding anniversary of the couple recent Iv at the Church of tho B n t h i e n near BrownsviUe They were married Aug .?. 1947 in the Brownsville Church parsonage by the Rev Virgil Bralher Mrs Higdon is the former June I Lowman, daughter ( Mr and Mrs Roy E Lowman. New Windsor Mr Higdon is the son of Mr and Mrs Bruce Higdon. Yarrowsburg Both are active members of the Browns- v ''e Church of the Brethren and are the parents of four children. Jean, Joan, Jennifer and Leonard The children oresented their mother with an orchid corsage and their father with a white carnation boutonniere and also n"w wedding bands About 150 guests were pro* ent to hear Mrs Nina Kaet 7Â»l renim'soe up to, and m- oliid'nR the weddmi? date Al- Â«Â·'Â» nresent were their attendant* Mr and Mrs John Younkins Mrs Ynunkms K the former Delia \Tae Dcon- cr. Jt'MOR AIDES -- Assisting with refeshments at Wednesday night's card party and fashion show sponsored by the Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club for the benefit of the club's student fund were: Maggie Sherman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert Sherman Vicki Dutrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutrow, Cindy Crance, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Merrell Crance, lleana Dollagaray, an exchange student from Guatemala, VFW Auxiliary Elects New Officers At Meeting ganza trimmed with French chantilly lace styled with a high straight neckline accented with seed pearls and long tapered sleeves The long train was bordered in chantilly lace and attached at the shoulders with three small buttons. A petal headpiece f pearls and crystals held her veil of illusion, and she carried a cascade of white rosebuds \vi.h a center corsage Maid o f honor was M i s s Elizabeth Deal of Arlington, Va , sister of the brule Bride- maids were Miss Judv Deal of LiUlestuwn, Pa and Mrs \ancv Stanberry of York. Pa , sisters of the bride. Miss Jean Ketcham of Howard Lake, Minn , and Miss Ann \\alpole of Momoo, La The attendants all wore ;';) i ic.)t \-hne skimmers w u h stioit sleeves, linen bows ; t the bodices and lonjj t i a * n s winch fell from the back of '.lie scooped necklines Ronald MilU-r of Bridgeport was best man I'shers were Kdward Zapatka and Joseph Mac-o. both of Bridgeport. K i m Lut? of \ i l m g t o n , Va and \ndrew McKirdv of West Hartford, Conn Mrs John Knnx of Westminster accompanied the Â»o- l 1st. Mrs Clive Rother' of Spring Grove, Fa r'ollowmg the ceremony .1 reception was held in the auditorium of the church For the wedding trip to T'uerto Rico, the bride wore a white suit with black patent leather accessories The couple will reside in Rockville The bride, a graduate ol Frederick Memorial H sp ' il FVhool of Nursing is presenMy employed at the National In stitutes of Health, Bethesda The bridegroom, a gradua'e of the University of Connecticut with a BS find M A degree is erriplovo') ai 'he (Vr t r a l Intell'fen^" \g e n r v Washington. D C The Auxihar to the VFW Post No. 3285 recently elected new officers They are: Pauline Weddle, president; Blanche Mossburg, senior vice president, Rebekah McLaren, junior vice president; Anna M Willard, treasurer, Jai.e Dronenburg, secretary; Patsy Slagle, conductress; Louisa Kemp, chaplain. Rose Darby, guard; Estella Appleby, patriotic instructor, Rose Darby, historian; Estella Appleby, Grace Stull and Bobby Tomas, trustees; Daisy Kennedy Helen James, Drucilla Tucker and Ann Clarke, color bearers. At the August meeting. Miss Rose Darby was presented the auxiliary Past President's pin for 1966-67. It was tentatively decided to resume monthly visits to the V A center in Martinsburg, W Va , and the monthly donation to the Easter Seal Treatment Center was approved The ways and means committee announced plans for a rummage sale and card party in October Next meeting will be held Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. The new vear will begin Oct. 1 and membership will be open tor wives and daug h t e r s of eligible veterans of foreign t * Believe You can afford a famous ^At-ic sewing machine by SINGER. This one is yours for only 'Â£'. Â· Exclusive Push-Button Btbbln that winds in the machine! Â· Euluiivt ehainstitch that zips out for easy basting! 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