Winona Ruth and Ronald McCullough marriage
Miss Downey Is Bride Of Roland McCullough The Harmony Grove Evangeli-l Bender Studio cal Lutheran Church of Five Points ing shoes to complete their attire, , „ . .. —, honor, was the scene of a beautiful can-.The matron of honor wore delight ceremony uniting in mar- green and carried a cascade nage Miss Winona Ruth Downey,(yellow carnations. The brides- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl i maid's gowns were -yellow and! T^ntUM £L\t f\f f**9*nn\rntAr* T\ T"\ t _. u -1 ! 1.1 • V _ . , * .. _ Downey of Creekside, RD 1, and:their bouquets were of green tint- Ronald Wilbert McCullough, son of " Mr - and Mf s. J. C. McCullough of Rural Valley, RD 1, on May at na '^ seven o'clock. Tne double ring ceremony was ed carnations. Rheta Downey was flower girl for her sister. She wore a dress of white nylon over yellow taffeta - with white headpiece, gloves and performed by the Rev. Roy S. shoes, and carried a small cas- Snu ' tz before a candlelit altar de- corated with ferns and calla lilies. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. cade of mint green tinted carnations. Bernard McCullough served as poach,.. . . i -— o-~ wedding music and accompanied McCullough, another brother, and Vivian Downey and herself'Ronald Downey; brother of the n« tnAV cflnrr "Rnr'nuoo " "Vnti.-^ » K»:~l~. .._i »T Cecil Lyons played traditional;best man for his brothel. Dwight mttftf* flrtfl n i-mnn^nn « .*n,l Tl ,T _/-«--t I 1 .1 ... - as tne V san i "Because," "Yours, 1 1 Lovc You Truly" and "0 Per- fect Love." The bride, given in marriage by ner father, wore a ballerina length 2 own of Chantiliy lace over tulle * i bride, were ushers. The mother of the bride chose a dusty rose lace dress with navy accessories for her daughter's!or wedding and wore a corsage of aqua tinted carnations. Mrs. Me- with long sleeves pointed over her I Cullough, mother of the groom, hand. Her headpiece, trimmed wore a light blue lace dress with with sequins and pearls, held a navy accessor^ and her corsage fingertip veil of nylon, net. She!was of pink Mted carnations. carried a white Bible, covered with lace to match her gown and topped with an orchid and streamers knotted with lilies of the valley. Her jewelry, a single strand of pearls and seed pearl earrings, was a gift of the groom. For her attendants the bride Immediately following the ceremony, a reception for approximately 315 guests was held in the church social room where a three tiered wedding cake, topped with miniature bride and groom, was served with ice cream, coffee, punch, nuts and mints. The wedd- chose Mrs. Nylene Orr, sister of ing cake was baked the groom, matron of honor, Miss Welch of Creekside. by Mrs. and Miss The bride chose a navy blue . __, — ..»,„ v«»jx*u v V* 1111 V V LJ1 UC Connie Kmter, bridesmaids. Their linen dress complemented by navy, cocktail length gowns had crystal-'and white accessories for her go-' The^jolSr^fto^cSL'SS 1 * "^ ^ ° Utfit ^ ° rChid WhiCh ' """Mine,. They wore After a short wedding trip thru crescent headpieces of rosebuds Washington, D.C., Maryland and I and net with nose tip veils match- Virginia the newlywcds are re- mg the color of their gowns. All siding at 145'South Tenth Street wore mint green gloves and match-| Indiana, Pa.