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Charles P. Wyant & Blanche E. Wilkins's Wedding Announcement, as it appeared on page 5, column 4 of the Whittier News on September 7, 1928.

Wyant-Wilkins Nuptials At
Beautiful Garden Wedding

Miss Blanche Wilkins of Long Beach and Mr. Charles P. Wyant of East Whittier were united in marriage at a beautiful garden wedding, yesterday morning, at the home of the bride's parents, 927 Linden Avenue, Long Beach. Dr. A. Rosenberger of Whittier officiated at the impressive single ring ceremony, which was witnessed by about fifty of the couple's nearest relatives.

The bride made a beautiful pic-ture in her gown of pale blue taf-feta, composed of tier after tier of petals fashioned of the same material. Her veil was a coronet and she carried a lovely bouquet of pink and lavendar sweet peas and maiden hair fern.

Mr. Edward Needham violinist accompanied by Mrs. Floyd Case [Veda Needham], on the piano played two numbers, preceding the ceremony, after which

Little Ruby Wyant, sister of the groom sang "Butterfly Wings."

Tiny Eleanor Jessie Crose, a niece of the bride scattered flower petals before the bridal couple and pearl Wyant, another diminutive miss, was the ring bearer.

Mrs. Wyant is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Wilkins, Long Beach pioneers. She attended Whittier College and was graduated from California State Normal School.

The Groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wyant, is a native son, having been born in Whittier. He attended the local high school. He is employed by the Standard Oil Company.

After the reception the couple departed for Yosemite, where they will spend their honeymoon. After which time they will be at home at 2368 Lime Avenue, Long Beach.

Announcement obtianed with help from the Whittier Area Geneological Society and the Whittier Museum - Thank you, Denzil for your time & effort!