Harold and Emma McKean marriage announcement
Emma Belle McQuown Harold H. McKean Weds Before an altar of white candles, ferns and palms. Miss Emma Belle McQuovrn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David M. McQuown of Punx- sijtawney, was united in marriage to Harold H. McKean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. McKean, of Indiana, Saturday morning at 11:30 o'clock, in the McQuown home on South Gilpin street, Punxsutawney. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of princess style of white faille silk, embroidered in velvet chenille and made with a short train. Her veil was finger tip and held to her head by a tiara of pearls and lace. She carried a bouquet of white glad<B}> iolas. Miss Ruth Meneeley, maid of honor, was dressed in pink net and lace made along the same lines as that of the bride. On her head she wore a matching tiara. Her flowers were summer lilacs. R. Carlisle Fee of Indiana served as best man. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. A. Lyons, of DuBois, former pastor of the Punxsutawney Methodist Church. A reception followed the wedding. Mrs. McQuown wore a dress of blue chiffon with a corsage of pink rosebuds while Miss Effa Meneely, aunt of the new Mrs. McKean, who assisted with the receiving, wore a gown of rose crepe with a harmonizing corsage. Mrs. McKean, mother of the groom, was unable to attend on account of illness. Mrs. McKean, who is a graduate of Punxsutawney High School and of Indiana Teachers College, has for several year* been employed as a teacher in the Rosslter schools. The bridegroom is a -graduate of the Indiana High School, is employed in the accounting department of Whiteman & Company in Indiana. Out-of-town guests at the eere- mony and reception included: Jesse E. MoKean and daughter, Miss Marie , J. Reppell Moorhead, Mrs. R. Cartyl* Fee, Mr. and Mfs. WTB- mont T, Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Watson and daughter Marjorie. Mr. and Mrs. Fred E, Clark, Mr. and Mrs. David Hasinger, Mr. and MM. Raymond Denning, all of Indiana. The bride has been th* guest-of- honor at a number of parties re£ cently which were culminated Fri. evening with a spinster party given by Wrt. Hampton in her home in The Spirit Apartments. While the bride was being entertained in Punxsutawney, a number of friends of the bridegroom held g bachelor party in his honor in the Orvis C. Hoffman cottage at Babuls Lake.