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Dr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Wood
announce the marriage of their
sister, Alyce Slingerland St. Clair
to Mr. Dan Baker Billington of
East Cleveland. The wedding took
place Saturday, September 12th
in the First Presbyterian Church
of East
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Club.
Cleveland with Dr. How
Wells officiating. A re
followed at the Hermit
After a trip to Lake Nippissing,
Ontario, Mr. and Mrs. Billington
will be at home about October 1st
at 1861 Shaw ave.
Williams-Foxall
In an early fall nuptial service
in Windermere Methodist Church
Saturday, September 12th, Janis
Ann Foxall and William J.
Williams pledged their troth in a
service read by the pastor, Dr.
Wayne McQueen at 7:30 o’clock.
Palms, softly glowing candles
and standing altar baskets filled
with gladioli and chrysanthemums
graced the altar.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ora A. Foxall of
988 Eddy rd., N. E. and entered
the church on the arm of her
father. She was attended by Mrs.
Galen Williams as matron of
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honor, and Miss Alva McKenna,
Mrs. William White and Mrs. Al
lan Rowe as bridesmaids.
Ballerina length gowns of ny
long tulle and satin with taffeta
jackets were worn by the attend
ants. The matron of honor was
in gold and the maids in peacock
blue.
Mr. "Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Williams of Roar
ing Spring, Pa. had his brother,
Galen as best man. The bride’s
brother, Robert, Mr. William
White and Mr. Allan Rowe ush
ered.
The bride is a graduate of Shaw
High School. The groom attended
Fenn College and served two years
in the U.S. Army, a year
being in Korea.
of it
Am bier-Hag berg
was
An all white wedding
planned by Jean Hagberg for her
marriage to Robert Ambler on
Saturday, August 29th. Rev. B.R.
Hanson officiated at the five
thirty o’clock ceremony in Trinity
Congregational Church, Pepper
Pike.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Paul Hagberg, 14401 Scioto.
She was escorted to the altar by
her brother, Charles Hagberg. Her
gown had a fitted bodice and long
sleeves of Chantilly lace, pearl
trimmed and a full flowing skirt
of satin and tulle. A full peplum
cascaded into the chapel length
train. A Juliet cap of Chantilly
lace studded with pearls held her
silk illusion veil. She carried white
Figi mums and ivy.
Mrs. George Eaton of CarroL
ton, Ohio, a sorority sister, served
as matron of honor. The brides
maid was Mrs. J. A. Beletic of
Edwardsville, Ill. Mrs. Beletic is
the former Donna Jean Kelling.
They were dressed in waltz
length gowns of tulle over taffeta
with organdy strapless tops and
matching jackets. They carried
Cyprepedium orchids. A cousin of
the groom, H. George Schultz, was
best man. Ushers were Herbert
Olson and Gene Brftchert.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. K. Ambler of 1732 Col
lamere st.
The bride’s mother chose a crepe
frock in Romance blue with match
ing accessories. Her corsage was
of enchanted lillies. The mother
of the groom wore lime green lace
and chiffon and a yellow rose
corsage. The ceremony was per
formed before an altar banked
with white gladioli and white chry
santhemums and seven branched
candelabra. The family pews wei
designated with greens, tied with
white ribbon.
The same combination of gladio
li, chrysanthemums and lighted
candles decorated the reception
room where supper was served to
the guests following the ceremony.
Later in the evening an open
house was held in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Kelling, 1573
Belvoir blvd., South Euclid.
at 2044
eastern
The couple are at home
Noble rd. following an
honeymoon.
of Ohio
The bride is a graduate
Wesleyan where she was vice pres
ident of Delta Gamma and active
in the Woman’s Glee Club. The
groom attended Shaw High School.
He served with the U.S. Marines.
McDaniel-Shaw
Residing at 1811 VanBuren ave.
are Mr. and Mrs. Perry Franklin
McDannel who were married Satur
day, August 29th in Calvary Lu-
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Yom Kippur Dance
This Saturday Eve
Kippur
Federal
The first annual Yon
dance sponsored by the
Fellowship of Jewish Civil Service
employees will be held in the
Heights Temple Hall, 1632 Lee rd.,
Saturday, September 19th. Harold
Loews is dance chairman.
Tickets may be had’ at the door
or by calling Jack Mesnick,, YE.
2-1849, or William Klinghoffer, RE.
1-6466.
theran Church by the Rev. John
W. Grohne.
Mrs. McDannel is the former
Celia Irene Shaw, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lane William Shaw of
2110 Cornell rd., Cleveland. Mr.
McDannel is the son of Mrs. B.
W. McDannel of Sandusky and the
late Mr. McDannel.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore an ankle
length gown of white silk organza,
with a strapless bodice having a
brief bolero. Her veil was of illu
sion and she carried white rose
buds. Her only jewelry was a
strand of pearls, the gift of the
groom.
Mrs. Jean Walters, wearing a
gown similar to the bridal gown,
in a tiger lily shade, and carrying
bronze mums and blue delphinium,
was her sister’s only attendant.
The best man was Charles Slem
mer of Sandusky. Charles Clark
of Waterloo, Iowa, and Ted Lucas
of Sandusky, ushered.
Mrs. Shaw chose a medium blue
shantung with navy accessories
while Mrs. McDannel was in navy
with matching accessories. ’Their
corsages were pink rosebuds.
The reception was held in the
home of the bride’s aunt, Miss
Ellinore Shaw, 1906 Farmington
rd. where a color scheme of pink
and white prevailed in a lovely ar
rangement of lighted candles, pink
roses and white chysanthemums.
A three-tiered wedding cake cen
tered the buffet table. Miss
Shaw’s gown was navy lace with
silver accessories.
Proceeding the ceremony lunch
eon was held at Crosby’s for the
immediate families and the at-*
tendants, the later receiving gifts
from the ydung couple at thia
time.’
For her going-away suit the
bride chose a striped mauve with
brown accessories. They traveled
in the east.
Mrs. McDonnel graduated from
Shaw High School. Her husband
attended Heidelberg College and is
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years in World War II.
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Terry Theisen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Theisen, 1628 Pon
tiac ave., was married to John D.
Staebler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Staebler, 11500 Euclid ave.
The bride was gowned in nylon
tulle over satin with applique trim
and a tiara of seed pearls held her
nylon tulle veil. She carried two
white orchids showered with stap
hanotis bells.
In the bridal party were Marge
Meiner as maid of honor the
groom’s sister, Elaine Staebler and
the bride’s sister, Lois Jeanne Thei
sen as bridesmaids. Lou Flamm of
Cincinnati was best man, and the
brothers, Ted Theisen and Bob
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Heart Academy. After a motor
trip to the Grand Canyon, they will
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288th st., Willowick.
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