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. Kennedy-Dischert Kennedy-Dischert Kennedy-Dischert ( prpmnmi I nslnii vwwlw"i 1 In Westmont The marriage of Miss Dolores Marie Dischert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dischert, of 203 Emerald ave., Westmont, and Mr. Edward M. Kennedy, son of Mrs. Charles llagmaier, of 1033 X. 19th st., took place this morning, morning, at an 11 o'clock nuptial Mass, in Holy Savjor Church, Westmont. The Rev. Daniel F. M. Millard officiated. Mr. Dischert gave his daughter daughter in marriage. She was gowned in a model of white Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over Skinner's Skinner's satin, the bodice of (he lace and made with an illusion off-shoulder off-shoulder off-shoulder neckline. Tiers of pleated pleated tulle edged with lace fashioned fashioned the skirt, which extended into a cathedral train. Her fingertip fingertip veil -of -of nylon tulle fell from a tiara of seed pearls, and she carried a spray arrangement of white roses and baby's breath with white orchids at the center. Attending the bride as maid of honor, Miss Catharine Hopkins, Hopkins, of Gloucester City, wore a full-skirted full-skirted full-skirted frock of Nile green crystalette over taffeta fashioned with a matching jacket. Miss Gladys Cain, of Westmont, and Miss Thelma Anoonetani, of this city, were bridesmaids in gowns similar to that of the honor attendant, but in pale lavender lavender and ice blue, respectively. All wore matching crystalette tiaras made with face veils and carried nosegays of assorted chrysanthemums. The flower girl, Joy Ellen Booth, of Pennsauken Township appeared in a frock of yellow crystalette patterned after those of the other attendants. Site wore a matching tiara and carried a basket of the assorted chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. Donald Dischert, brother of the bride, acted as " ringbearer. Best man was Mr. Victor Gerst Jr., of Gloucester, and Mr. William Hennessey, cousin of the bridegroom, and Mr. James Harringtons both of' this city, ushered. A reception followed at Ken-ney's. Ken-ney's. Ken-ney's. On their return from a wedding trip, Mr. Kennedy and his bride will take up residence-at residence-at residence-at 519 Grandview ave., Pitman, where they will be at home alter Sept. 15.

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  1. Courier-Post,
  2. 04 Sep 1954, Sat,
  3. Page 11

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