August Ollendyke Helen Passmore
PASSMOREOLLENDYKE. At 8 o'clock last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Passmore on Park street, occurred, the marriage of Mips Helen Passmore and Prof. August Ollendyke of Throop.'; The ceremony was performed by Rev:' - W. F. Gibb sons of the Dunmore - .Fresbyteridn church. f There were a number of guests pres ent, .friends of the groom. The house was tastily decorated with rich flowers and palms. The bride was attended by Miss Jennie Patton of Olyphant, while W. Luxemberger of Scranton attended the groom. The bride appeared re - splendant in a beautiful gown of silk chiffon over taffeta, while her maid made a handsome appearance in mous - sellne de sole over silk. The Misses Florence Schermerhorn and Doris Av ery were arrayed as ribbon and flow er girls. Beautiful music during the affair was rendered by Prof. J. H. Cousen of Scranton.