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Charles Marshang to Lavina Haub

When Lavina Mary Ann Haub, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. William Haub, West Brooklyn, became the bride of Charles Vincent Marshang, son of Mrs. Vincent Marshang of Amboy, she was wearing a gown of white satin. St. Marys church,West Brookly, was the scene of the April wedding. Rev. James Lafferty officiated at the double ring ceremony. St. Mary's choir furnished the nuptial music. Raymond Haub and Dave Mellot served the mass.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown fashioned with long sleeves, buttons down the back and a long train edged in lace. Her 3/4 length veil of illusion was edged with lace hearts and misted from a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses centered with a white rose corsage and she carried a crystal rosary, a gift of the groom. Her something old was her grandmothers hankercheif and her something borrowed, the veil of the grooms sister, Mrs. Harold Shappa. She also had something new and something blue and a penny in her shoe.

Charlotte Glaser, maid of honor wore a formal length gown of lime green net over taffeta. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink carnations and wore pink carnations in her hair. She carried a crystal rosary, a gift of the bride.

Robert Haub, brother of the bride was best man. Harold Shappa and Marvin Haub ushered.

The bride's mother was attired in a navy dress with navy and white accessories and the grooms mother selected a navy dress with navy and white accessories. They both wore pink rose corsages.

Following the ceremony a reception was held at the COF Hall West Brooklyn for 150 friends and relatives. Decorations were in green and white, the brides colors and a 3 tiered cake centered the brides table. Alice Haub, sister of the bride was in charge of the bride's book. Gladys Shappa sister of the groom, cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs. Leroy Haub and. Mrs. Bud Lee were in charge of the gifts and Miss Darlene Haub served the coffee. A wedding dinner was served to the bridal party, Father Lafferty and the immediate family at the brides home.

When the newlyweds left on a wedding trip the bride was wearing a tan suit with brown accessories and a corsage taken from her bouquet. They will reside on a farm with the groom's mother.

The bride is a graduate of St. Marys school West Brooklyn and Lee Center High School. The groom who is engaged in farming attended and graduated from the Morrison schools.

Dixon Evening Telegraph May 11, 1950

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