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Are Married On Saturday Monday, July M, MR.' AND MRS. Scott Charles Osier will reside In Boston following their wedding wedding trip to Bermuda. The marriage of the former former Miss Holly Ann Drew of Cambridge, Mass., to Mr. Osier of Arlington, Mass., took place on Saturday night at the Hyde Park United Community Methodist Methodist Church. The reception followed at the Queen City Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr. George Raymond Drew of Cincinnati and the late Mrs. Jean Kefauver Drew. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William G. Mrs. Scott Charles Osier Kefauver of Cincinnati and Mr. and Mrs. George S. Drew of Boston. Mr. Osier is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David K. Osier of Greenwich, Conn. He is the grandson of Mrs. Carl M. Karstaedt of Dayton, Ohio, and the late Mr. Karstaedt and of Mrs. Charles A. Osier of New Palestine, Ind., and the late Mr. Osier. Miss Cynthia P. Twacht-man Twacht-man Twacht-man of Cambridge, Mass., was the maid of honor. Other bridal attendants were Miss Sharon P. Twachtman of Cambridge; Miss Abigail R. Bacon of Wilmington, Del.; Miss Laura A. Love of Rehoboth, Mass., and Miss Anne Connelly Connelly of Watertown, Mass. Mr. David D. Osier was his brother's best man. Ushering Ushering were Mr. Samuel Pease, of Cambridge; Mr. William Hunter of Newton, Mass.; Mr. Terence Murphy of Boston; Boston; the bride's brothers, Messrs. George S., William R. and John W. Drew, all of Cincinnati, and Mr. John Hastings of Middletown, Conn. The bride is a graduate of the College Preparatory School, cum laude, and of Wellesley College. She was presented at The Bachelors' Cotillion in Cincinnati In 1968. Mr. Osier attended Miami University and graduated from Babson College with a BS and BA in marketing. A Most .Unusual Meeting Launches Music Ticket Sale MAESTRO THOMAS SCHIPPERS, in photo above, was host in his Hyde Park home to the campaign chairmen who will lead th? upcoming 80th anniversary campaign pledged to sell out Music Hall for the coming season. From left are Mrs. Maurice D. Marsh, Mr. Schippers and Mrs. Arthur W. Schnacke. Probably the most elegant elegant and unusual "report meeting" ever to take place in the Queen City was the July 19 cocktail party given by Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Music Director Thomas Schippers for the CSO's major campaign chairmen for the upcoming 80th anniversary campaign. Dark clouds disappeared about 3 o'clock to relieve fears rain might spoil the party. Mr. Schippers greeted his guests at 5 o'clock at his historic home. Until the maestro asked the "captains" to give their current reports, the guests explored Mr. Schippers', lovely gardens. Among important campaign campaign officers attending were Mr. Thomas J. Klinedinst, Klinedinst, president of the CSO board of trustees; Mrs. Richard M. Klaus, chairman charge of contacting orchestra orchestra spouses and retirees; retirees; Mrs. Arthur V. Schnacke, co-chairman co-chairman co-chairman of group sale for commission, and Mrs. Robert E. Reid, chairman of the telephone corps. Other chairmen attending attending were Mrs. Gerald C. Petersen, women's committee committee vice president for sales, Mrs. Harold L. Holmes, chairman of gift subscriptions; subscriptions; Mrs. John Z. Her-schede, Her-schede, Her-schede, chairman of the Remembrance Fund; Mr. Alexander - Stolley, who shares Mrs. Kaufman's duties; Mr. William M. Ilig-gins, Ilig-gins, Ilig-gins, chairman of corporate sales; Mr. Jerold A. Fmk and Mrs. G. David Schiering, co chairmen for door -to-door -to-door -to-door -to-door sales; Mr. Edgar J. Mack Jr., chairman of the CSO.board of trustees, and Mrs. Ethan B. Stanley, general cam paign chairman. Are you Narrow