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 - MISS KAREN SPRING-MYER, SPRING-MYER,...
MISS KAREN SPRING-MYER, SPRING-MYER, SPRING-MYER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Springmyer of this city, became the bride on Saturday of Dr. Thomas H. Johnson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Johnson Johnson of McGhee, Ark. The ceremony was performed at 5:30 o'clock in the West-wood West-wood West-wood First Presbyterian Church by Rev. Dr. Everett C. Moorhead. A reception and dinner followed at the home of the bride's parents in Westwood. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a gown of silk peau de sole reembroidered with Alen-con Alen-con Alen-con lace appliques which ended In a court train. Her bouffant veil of tulle fell from a Queen Anne crown of crystals. White butterfly butterfly roses were formed into a large Duchess rose for the bride's bouquet. Mrs. Richard Chalfin of Dayton, Ohio, was matron of honor. The other attendants attendants were the Misses Jean Tuerck, DeHaven Lar-kln Lar-kln Lar-kln and Sally Heidrich, all of this city, Mrs. George Blomgren of Evanston, 111., and Mrs. James Wilson Jr. of Ft. Bliss, Tex. They wore waltz-length waltz-length waltz-length gowns of white polished cotton with a blue and hyacinth daisy print, having an organza overdress overdress in hyacinth for the matron of honor and periwinkle periwinkle blue for the others. All wore matching plateau headpieces of petals and carried bouquets repeating the pattern in their dresses. The bridegroom had Mr. J. Cooper Riley Jr. of Little Rock, Ark., as his best man. The ushers were Mr. Charles Springmyer Jr. of this city, a brother of the bride, Mr. r.' (Harry Carlson) Mrs. Thomas H. Johnson Jr. How To Save TUCSON, Ariz. UP) The Tucson City Council has found an embarrassing way to save money: Charge no admission to swimmers at a southslde pool. Last year, the city paid $1141 in wages at the pool, but collected just $986.80 in fees. James Poe of McGehee, Capt. Robert White of Ft. Knox, Ky, Mr. Thomas Law III of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. Harry Lee Shannon III of Star City, Ark., and Mr. George Blomgren of Evans-ton. Evans-ton. Evans-ton. Following a honeymoon in French Lick, Ind., Dr. Johnson and his bride will return to Cincinnati until the end of the month, when Dr. Johnson will complete complete his radiology residency residency at the University of Cincinnati General Hospital. Hospital. The bridgroom will then enter the Army as a captain in the medical division. division. The bride Is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati Cincinnati and the Harvard-Rad-cliffe Harvard-Rad-cliffe Harvard-Rad-cliffe Harvard-Rad-cliffe Harvard-Rad-cliffe Program in Business Administration. Doctor Johnson received his undergraduate undergraduate degree from Van-derbilt Van-derbilt Van-derbilt University and his medical degree from the University of Arkansas. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH in Terrace Park, Ohio, was the wedding at Saturday of Miss Reynolds, and Mrs. Reynolds, to Rockaway, Mrs. John Rev. Kenneth performed the The bride wedding a organza Chantilly skirt of sweeping train. Her held in place of lace cabbage roses and centered with a formed the Miss Mary was her honor. The were the Flu-bacher and Mc-Daniel of this Linda Ohio. was the Brawn bearer. They

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 16 Jun 1963, Sun,
  3. KENTUCKY EDITION,
  4. Page 52

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