BioM: Schultz, Diana (1972)
Surnames: Schultz, Beardsley, Marsch, Henderson, Weinrich, Wingert, Johnson, Carrigan, Tanimoto, Kolb, Schelling, Mueller, Garfield, Segol, Drake, Jacobi, Mohadger
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 13 Jul 1972
Schultz, Diana (10 Jun 1972)
Honored at a reception Friday, June 30, 1972, in Dorchester, were Dr. and Mrs. George Peter Sutphen Marchant Beardsley.
Mrs. Beardsley, the former Miss Diana Schultz, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Schultz of Route 1, Curtiss. Dr. Beardlsey’s parents are G. Austin Beardsley and Mrs. E. Lea Marsch of Old Lyme, Conn.
The couple was married Saturday, June 10, 1972 at a ceremony in Princeton University Chapel, Pinceton, N.J. Assistant Dean Charles P. Henderson officiated and Dr. Carl Weinrich was the organist. Mrs. Karla Johnson, Mrs. Sheryl Wingert, Michael Carrigan, and Steven Tanimoto were the singers for the nuptial service. Dr. Charles E. Kolb was the crucifer.
Miss Schultz wore an empire gown of silk organza over peau de soie, which she designed herself and an heirloom veil of English country lace. Her bouquet was an arrangement of white gardenias.
Best man and matron of honor were Mr. and Mrs. James Timothy Beardsley of Haddam Neck, Conn. Bridesmaids were Misses Marlene Schelling of Eau Claire, Christine Mueller of Cleveland, Ohio, Ann Garfield of St. Louis, Mo., and Genevieve Segol of Toulouse, France. They wore empire gowns of flowered print cotton voile and carried nosegays of pink rosebuds.
The ushers were Brian L. Schultz of Curtiss; Robert E. Drake Jr. of Winter Park, Fla.; Peter Alan Jacobi of Philadelphia, and Youseph Mohadge of Tehran, Iran. Guests of the wedding were received at the Graduate College, Princeton University.
The reception and dinner for relatives and friends in Wisconsin were held at the Dorchester Memorial Hall. Also attending were guests from Ohio, Michigan and Illinois.
(Some words missing here) …received advanced degrees in chemistry from Princeton University. Both are teaching at Rider College in Lawrenceville, N.J. this summer. In September they will continue their studies at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, N.C.
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