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 - Freeport Girl Says Vows In Natrona Heights...
Freeport Girl Says Vows In Natrona Heights Event Miss Nancy L, Skinner and Richard E. Scholl were married ·t 3 p.m. Saturday (April 23, 1966) in Blessed Sacrament Church, Natrona Heights. sen and Carol Praia gave a shower April 17 at the home the bride's parents. Following the reception, the couple took up immediate rest Officiating at the double ring » u P le t00 * u TM««« TM* wremony was Rev. Father dence at 615 2nd Ave - Tare »- Metzlear, church pastor. The bride is a daughter of Mr. turn. The new Mrs. Scholl is a and Mrs. Earl B. Skinner of; graduate of Freeport Senior 13% Market St., Freeport. Mr. I High School. Her husband, and Mrs. L. Eugene Scholl of 1962 graduate of Har-Brack High School and 1966 graduate of Pennsylvania State University, University, is employed by Saxonburg Ceramics. 1016 Lane Ave., Natrona Heights are the bridegroom's parents. Given in mariage by her father, father, the bride wore a gown fashioned fashioned of sheer over taffeta with a scoop neckline and elbow length sleeves. Alencon lace accented accented the waistline and sheath skirt which featured a detachable detachable chapel train. Her veil of French silk illusion was secured to an Alencon Ifice cap. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and roses. Attending the bride as maid ef honor was Barbara Naugh- New/ywec/s Take Trip To Florida The marriage of Ruth Irene Bowser of Kittsnning RD 7 (Center Hili) and Samuel ton of Sarver. She was attiredj Center Hlli ) and Samuel In a floor-length gown designed|George McCracken of Sarver with a white lace bodice and took P lace at ? :3 ° P-TM- Satur- with a white lace bodice and a{ua gorgette skirt. Her flow- aqua tinted carna- er* were tions. Bridesmaids were Mary Ellen Skinner of Freeport, sister of the bride; Lois Scholl of trona Heights, sister of bridegroom; Sarver and Kay Hansen Carol Prola Nathe Nathe of of ceremony in the immediate family Freeport. They wore gowns Wentkal to the maid of honor's and carried white carnations. Charles Dufford of Butler ·erved as best man. Ushers were James Skinner, George Fredericks, Joseph Jenniches and Richard Klucinec. The bride's parents gave a reception in social rooms of Freeport Methodist Church. As a pre-nuptial event, Kay Han- day (April 23, 1966) in Center Hill Church of the Brethren. Rev. William B. Gauntz, church pastor, officiated in the single ring presence of members. Mrs. McCracken is a daughter daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Sipes of Kittanning ftD 4. Her husband is a son of and Mrs. Elmer McCracken of Kittanning RD 4 (Slate Lick). Following the ceremony, a reception .for the family was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sipes, Kittanning RD 4. After a two-week trip to Florida, Florida, the couple will reside in Sarver.

Clipped from Simpson's Leader-Times25 Apr 1966, MonPage 8

Simpson's Leader-Times (Kittanning, Pennsylvania)25 Apr 1966, MonPage 8
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