Dorothy Agnes Diamond
|Birth||20 AUG 1920|
|Death||11 JAN 1992|
Aged: 71.4 years
Kingston Daily Freeman, Monday, November 22, 1943
Miss Dorothy Diamond Is Wed to Christian H. Ortlieb
The wedding of Miss Dorothy Diamond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Diamond, 21 Hanratty street, to Christian H. Ortlieb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ortlieb of 10 Spruce street, took place Saturday morning at St. Mary's Church. The nuptial Mass was performed at 9 o'clock by the Rev. Henry E. Herdegen, acting pastor of St. Peter's Church. Arthur Bench was at the organ and among his selections played "Ave Maria" and the traditional wedding marches.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her gown was styled with an embroidered net bodice over satin, sweetheart neckline, and full satin skirt with short train of satin. Her fingertip veil was caught by a Mary Queen of Scots cap and she carried a prayer book with orchids and bouvardia. Her sister, Miss Joan Diamond, as maid of honor wore a cedar rose taffeta gown with sweetheart neckline and rows of ruffles creating a bustle effect. She also wore an old-fashioned poke bonnet and carried a Colonial bouquet. The bride's mother wore a plum color crepe dress with matching hat and a corsage of gardenias. Robert Ortlieb was best man for his brother.
Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Stuyvesant Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Ortlieb left for a wedding trip to New York City.
The bride is a graduate of the Academy of St. Ursula and was employed at Hercules Powder Company. Mr. Ortlieb, a graduate of Kingston High School, is employed at the Federal Radio and Telephone Company in Newark, N.J.
~ Courtesy of fultonsearch.org, database of Tom Tryniski