The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 9, 1970 · Page 22
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Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 9, 1970
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·M* W#:-' Alison S. Ward Married To Charles J. Dooley Miss honor Gladden Pell Ward of Mass., was sMld of Cor tar sister. The MS Mrs. Amelia BvcUay of Monrovia. Both of Tfcey Of pi* ms dotted with, baby's breath. . Tbosna* t. Matoof of Coek- eyavffle served as beat inanfor Mr. Dooley. Groomsmen were Richard E. Duckworth of Loth- ervilto; William R. Hensyl of fftt^MAMfla^M" -*· » V ArflwAWdt " tt ·I^DDBID^BA miD *tc8or^K^B *** Marsh of Norman, Okbu, cousin of the bride. Following the ceremoagr. a reception nas held in the Franda Scott Key Hotel to Frederick. Mrs. Dooley Is a 1970 grad- of Frederick Community Photo by Tom Molesworth Mrs. Charles Joseph Dooley College, and was recently listed in Who's Who Among Students to American Junior Colleges. She will transfer to Towson State College in the fall where she will major in Elementary Education. Her husband, who is a graduate of Ohio University, is employed by The Williams and Wilttns Company in Baltimore. After a wedding trip to New York the couple will he at home at 2113-E Town Hill Road, Baltimore. Mrs. Daniel Paul Kblsrud Miss Alison Stanbury Ward and Charles Joseph Dooley were united in marriage in a ceremony at the Trimly Chapel in Frederick, June 6. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Donald E. Ward of Frederick, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. James Dooley of Columbus, Ohio, and the late Mrs. Dooley. The Rev. Paul R. Mehl officiated in me double ring ceremony. Mrs. Eugene Asbury served as organist. * Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire gown of petal pink organza over white taffeta. The bodice was of pearl and crystal embroidered white alencon lace. The flaring skirt dipped to join the full back in a chapel train and a cap of matching lace petals and pearls was worn Witt a long veil of blush illusion. She carried a bouquet of white roses and pink carnations with baby's breath. Miss Andre Trochessett To Wed Brunswick Man Mr. and Mrs. Eric Trochessett, Pascagoula, Miss* have announced the engagement and forthcoming mar- of their daughter, Andre Cecelia, to Donald Wayne HIE, son of Mrs. Anna D. Hill Brunswick, and the late Mr. Henry HilL The bride-elect is a 1966 graduate of Pascagoula High .School, sod attendedMiasissto- pi State College for Women and Jackson County Junior College. She isnowemployedbythe Jackson County Bar Association as law librarian. The prospective bridegroom is a 1966 graduate of Bruns, wick High School, and is serving in the U. S. Air Force, stationed at Keesler Field. Vows win be solemnfxed at a Nuptial Mass, June 20, at 11 sjn. at Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church, Pascagoula, Kolsrud-Raynor Vows Exchanged Tuesday, June 9, 1919 Page E-2 Miss Mary Penny Raynor of Salisbury, N.C. and Daniel Paul Kolsrud of Frederick, were married June 6, in the Chapel of Wesley Foundation hi Chapel Hill, N.C. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stanley Raynor of Salisbury, N.C. The bridegroom is Ihe son, of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reuben Kbls- rud, Frederick. The Rev. Milton Caromers, former pastor of John Calvin Presbyterian Church in Salisbury and now Presbyterian chaplain at Duke University, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Carithers was organist. The bride wore a full-length empire waistline gown of white peau de sole with a smocked bodice of white chiffon and over-' skirt and long sleeves of sheer dotted organdy with a border at the hem. Her headpiece was a Juliet cap of white peau de sole with embroidered border and an attached short veil of silk illusion. Around her neck she wore a blue satin ribbon Quotable Quotes Of Women In The News Miss Andre C. Trochessett "If you never ask a crew to do more than you do yourself, you',!! be respected whether you're a woman or a man." -- Tamara Asseyev, one of the few female movie producers, in an interview. "1 want to do some good for the ordinary person like myself who is overtaxed and overburdened with the high cost of living. We need some honest politicians and I want to show it can be done."-Eileen Anderson, a former model from Los Angeles, explaining why she is running for the UJ5. Senate. "Extremism bent upon polarization of our people is increasingly forcing .upon the American people the narrow choice between anarchy and repression. And make no mistake about it, if that narrow choice has to be made, the American people, even if with reluctance and misgiving, will choose repression." -- Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of Maine. "Economic problems do not stop artists from expressing themselves. Just because money is hard to get, that does not mean filmmakers will stop."-French actress Jeanne Moreau, in an interview. "One of these days some of those feminists will bump me off in an alley, because personally I can't take it seriously. I mean, if Fm carrying inyguitar and my baby, and my husband's in jail, I'm not going to yell at some guy who holds the door open for me."--Folk singer Joan Baez, in an interview. "Educating the husband and wife and letting mem work to-" gether does something for the whole family relationship you can't put in statistics, ft won't save a bad marriage, but it makes a good marriage even more meaningful."--Elisabeth D. Bing, physiotherapist and educator who helped pioneer the Lamaze method of prepared childbirth in this country. T-SHIRT VERSATILE The T-shirt plays an important role in summer fashion, especially in the new long- uette style, Midi T-shirts give you maximum usage - they can solo as summer shifts or be paired with slacks for a tunic effect. COTTON VITAL MATERIAL Cotton textiles are vital in operation of dairies, fisheries,, and packing houses. PONCHO PUT-ONS--Latest fad fashion for the young generation is the poncho, interpreted here in Cone s cotton navy denim and multi-colored "ooga" prints. Styled by Betmar, they are teamed with a variety of hats from the floppy-brimmed to the Aussie styles. CONNIE'S "AN EXCLUSIVE FIRST FOR FREDERICK" BULLETIN A complete new fashion collection has arrived at Connie's for her discriminating clientele who require the larger sizes, 18, 20 and over. CONNIE'S 29 EAST THIRD ST., FREDERICK, MD. Mon. touj^^JL^L? hwie «· Private AppointaMoti Invited EDSPREADS $4.50 tr Thi.wi, W«h«kl» N«»«r Pr.n DSPRIAD $10-$12 I V with a,heart-shaped heirloom locket of pearls and diamonds. She carried a single long-stemmed rose. Miss Robin Chandler Raynor was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a dress of pale green voile with long skirt and sheer, sleeves styled like that of the bride. She also carried asin^e long-stemmed rose, v ·' · ·· James Kblsrud of .Falls Church, Va., was his brother's best man. A reception was given fid- lowing the wedding-at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Troy Monroe, Andrews of Bolin Brook Farm, Chapel HOI. Pale yellow roses decorated the dining room table which was laid with an imported handmade cloth of white lace. A three-tiered white wedding cake also decorated with yellow roses was at one end of the table. Champagne punch was served from a silver punch bowl, in silver cups. For their wedding trip to Ocracoke, N.C., the bride changed to along-sleeved dress of brown and orange print with white accessories to which she added a unite cymbidium orchid. The couple will be at home after June 14th at 6601-1 English: Oaks Road, Baltimore. Mrs; Kblsrud is a graduate of Boyden High School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor of arts degree hi journalism. While there, she was editor of the UNC Journalist, member of Kappa Tau Alpha, honorary journalism society, member of the Yack Sweetheart Court, and winner of two Oscar J. Coffin journalism scholarships. She was also given the Matrix Society award as the outstanding senior woman in journalism. She is employed as a feature reporter for the Baltimore Morning Sun. Mr. Kblsrud was graduated from Frederick High School and was also graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on June 1. He received the Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio, TV, Motion Pictures, and in English. He was a member of Phi Mu .Alpha music fraternity, the Carolina fencing team and stage manager for the Carolina Student Union. He will be a producer - director for WJZ-TV in Baltimore. Miss Proudfoot Is Bride Of Richard A. I · paroBU are Mr. Allen UPhUlfes Jr.. Ttsaathy. was acolyte. pire d'aagei a scalloped Victorian collar, ball sleeves and embroidered pearl accents. The same lace appliqued the flaring skirt and ing Detailed lace and pearls beM her full length veil of ant i q u e illusion* · · ' ' · ' · · ; Miss Carolyn Jean Grams, Knoxville, was maid of honor, anrt MiSS SUE Aim PrOUdfOOt, sister of the bride, was maiden of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joan Carter and Miss Susan R. Hawes, Knoxville; Miss Virginia Brandenburg, BurktttsvOle, and Miss Audrey Lake, Brunswick. The attendants wore empire gowns of idle green chiffon, with long sleeves cuffed in matching Venise lace strung with emerald ribbon. The same lace motif edged the crescent neckline and paneled back. Matching blossom headpieces held their shoulder length veils of layered illusion. Flower girl was Terri Ann Summers, daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Summers; Middletown. She wore a long white gown style* like those of the with the same idle green. Michael James MacAnaany, Catonsville, was best man. Ushers were James Allen Phillips, brother of the bridegroom and Lawrence E. Proudfoot Jr., brother of me bride^: both of Brahswick; John McMurry, Brunswick, and Robert T. Hering, Frederick. Ring boarer was Merhle Wile4i son f and Mrs. MerhJe WUes of Wolfsville. Fbfner Mrs. Proudfoot wore a formal A-line gown of pale blue with today's Family Portraits A Specialty 1 CHARLES' STUDIO 100 East Patrick St. Phone 662-6322 MAAS OPTICIANS ·LAMORIZI YOUR CLASSES WITH MOOS** STYLE PftAMBS We Are Eejnpped T Ftt Aay Eyeglass PfescftpttSM AodioteM Heiring AM* B*tt«rfe8Aec«wori» REPAIR* HHBJC YOU WAR CMfTACT UMU 5 West Second Street HO 2-1461 WE HW THE COMPUTE UNE OF Chrysler Airtemp AIR CONDITIONERS! miT VOW NWS...AND POCKETBMK WESTERN AUTO "At Fa**? Mania SOUTH COURT ST. FREDERICK, MD. PHONE WM865 Photo by Charles' Studio Mrs. Richard Allen Phillips long sleeves and a sleeveless dark blue brocade coat. Her accessories wereoff-white.and she wore a double white cym- bidtum corsage, which was worn by the bride with her going- The bridegroom's mother wore a long A-line gown of pale apricot with long sleeves, the ugh round collar and sleeves trimmed with white sequins. Her accessories ^were^4frtiite,- and her: corsage* doubte 1 grew obkttt to future generations. The wedding date was a family tradition of the bride's family; it was the 21st anniversary of the bride's parents, who were married on the 21st anniversary of me bride's grandpa- · rente. ·'.' ' ' '..·'.· ' -·-..' ·' After a wedding trip to Wfl- liamsburg and Virginia Beach, Va., the newlyweds are residing at 6 Dalamar Street, Apt. 5, .The^bride's maternal grand* mother wore a pink lace street: length gown and pink cymbkUuitt · corsage. The bridegroom's paternal grandmother wore a beige ensemble wifli a single green cymbidium corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Masonic Hall, Brunswick. Assisting were Miss Emily Ji Stones Frederick, and Miss BUlie Irene Grams, Knoxville, at the guest book and gift table. Atthe reception, the bride and groom' drank champagne from a wedding cup which will be used for each anniversary and tossed on : - M ,ttw bride M a graduate of chool and is V.S, Atomic . , Eoergy Commission, Gennan- tOWtti A;?-; ·/·· · ;. .;..-...-.· ;.... ·;·-·.". / the bridegroom, also a graduate of Brunswick High School, is employed by Montgomery County Board of Education, Rockville. :, Prior to the wedding, a show? er was given the bride by the maid of honor at her home. A second shower was given by Mrs. Mark Lee Summers, grandmother of the ring bearer and flower girl. , . · · The rehearsal buffet dinner was given by the bridegroom's parents at their home. KIMBERLY knits a pretty look, always fresh as the new season in 100% Trevira Star*. Step into this marvelous shirtdress then step out to the world. 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