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NEWS-MESSENGER, NEWS-MESSENGER, NEWS-MESSENGER, :-; :-; :-; CLUB public at the Theodore for the February as post co-chairman. co-chairman. was auxiliary co-chairman. co-chairman. with are invited. at G for the Cards for will be 8 p. m., Mrs. A. auxiliary 12 by attendance wo post in the asked on last voted of held meeting Mrs. committee Woman's evening a pot-luck pot-luck o'clock. opened included cur for the were club's surprise Mrs. Henry entertainment, Mose An nounceinent Made Of Ami rry M. Beck. P. E. Loerttclier Vows A winter season wedding took place at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church, Oak Harbor, January 21, at 7:30 p. m., when Miss Audrey Ann Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beck of Oak Harbor, became the bride of Paul E. Loertscher. Mr. Loert-scher Loert-scher Loert-scher is the son of David Loert scher and the late Mrs. Loertsche, Of Elmore. Dr. B. F. Brandt per-! per-! per-! formed the double ring ceremony before the altar which was deeo-j deeo-j deeo-j rated with palms, candlebra, and! bouquets of gladioli, snapdragons; and carnations. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, was attired attired in a white satin gown, fashioned fashioned with a long train, long tight sleeves, and a yoke of beaded net. Her finger-tip finger-tip finger-tip veil of illusion was held in place by a beaded tiara. Her bouquet was of white carnations carnations combined wit ha shower of freezia. Miss Dorothy Beck, her sister's only attendant, wore n gown of pink taffeta, and carried a bouquet bouquet of white carnations, blue iris and pink snapdragons. The flower girl was little Jean Loertscher. niece of the bridegroom, bridegroom, who wore a blue satin dress, and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. Little Larry Het-rick, Het-rick, Het-rick, of Fremont, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. Donald Loertscher. brother of the groom was best man, and Victor Victor and Robert Loertscher, other brothers were ushers. Mrs. John Miller, Jr., played the traditional nuptial music and accompanied accompanied Mrs. Hugh Meinke when she sang Because, The 23rd Psalm and The Lord's Prayer. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Beck selected a maroon crepe dress, with matching accessories and wore a gardenia corsage. Immediately following a reception reception for approximately 300 guests was held at Maple Grove. Following a southern trip the couple will be at home at 216 Washington street. Oak Harbor. The new Mrs. Loertscher graduated graduated from Salem-Oak Salem-Oak Salem-Oak Harbor high school and was employed at Philco corporation at Sandusky. Mr. Loertscher was graduated from Harris-Elmore Harris-Elmore Harris-Elmore high school and is employed at the Fremont Rubber

Clipped from The News-Messenger29 Jan 1948, ThuPage 6

The News-Messenger (Fremont, Ohio)29 Jan 1948, ThuPage 6
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