New Castle News, New Castle, PA 8 Sept 1930 mentions Mr. and Mrs Frank Kernan of Pittsburg
WiiDDiNG CF LGCAL INTEREST SATURDAY A quiet home wedding anil one ol local, interest was solemnised Saturday Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at Hip rcsi-tience rcsi-tience rcsi-tience oi' Mrs. . Frederick W. Dana. 235 Congress street, aradiovd. Pa., when her only daughter. Miss Reva M. Dans w.v united :n marriage to liariy L. Gormley, son of Mrs. R. Wol.s. Gorrolo, o: ;o.:,; city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Jair.es F. Bisgrovc. pastor oi the First Methodist church, in the presence presence o: rol.o'.ves and ol'ose iirciid.? o: I he couple, befoi'e an improvised altar ! rank?d wl,lh p1- p1- fems ni r: Th: ! fully Cccoratcd v. it;, baskets cl gladi- gladi- : oli and pink roses. ' The bride was attired in a :ow. oi i orchid chiffon trimmed with la.ee. J1-J':and wore accessories to match. She wen-: wen-: carried a shower bouquet of Rant.u:-: Rant.u:-: Rant.u:-: : t i 1 I George W. Dana, as matron of honor. wore a green cm: ion gown with suppers suppers to match. Her . flowers were Tahsnitn ioscs arti swansonia. George W. Dana, brother oi the bride, acted , best o Mrs. Dana, mother of the bride, o-uo o-uo o-uo ot'oruo ;;l o itrov Out crops cosri. and Mrs. Goriniey. mother of the bridegroom, was lovely ill a gown ol lovcnc.ee flat crepe. Previous to the wedding ceremony, Miss Mary Clarke, of New Castle, a cousin of the bride, sang "At . Dawning" Dawning" and "Eecouseh' Miss Msrsar-:t Msrsar-:t Msrsar-:t Stewart accompanied her at the piano. piano. As the bridal party entered the living room where the marriage rites were heard, Mrs. Frank Kernan of Pittsburgh, played the Wedding March from "Lohengrin," by Wagner. Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played for the recessional. The wedding breakfast was served at The Emery for fifty guesls immediately immediately following the ceremony. The color scheme in the dining room was artistically carried out in white and orchid, The bride's table was centered with a bouquet of astors and baby's breath, and smila. added to the decorative scheme. Candles or similar color in crystal holders furnished furnished the illumination. Dainty favors favors were boxes of wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Gonnley left on a motor trip to the New England .States and Canada, and after October first will be at home at 325 East Boyles avenue. New Castle, Pa.. The bride's traveling costume consisted of a brawn silk suit with a stone martin fur. a small brown soule hat, and corresponding shoes and gloves. Mrs. Gcrmley is a graduate of Pennsylvania State College, ana since her era t. nation has been a member o: too Bsontoic sOjuo.r Ho;h school faculty. She was also active in the! citi s musical circles. Mr. Gormley is; a eradoate of toe New Castle School; of Anplied Business, and is now en- en- i daugh-gaged in tlfe transportation business Stur-with Mr. S. A. Moore in New Castle, i Among the Dut-of-tow-n Dut-of-tow-n Dut-of-tow-n Dut-of-tow-n Dut-of-tow-n Dut-of-tow-n Dut-of-tow-n guests w V-A V-A V-A -1,'Oon -1,'Oon -f -f mgl t"l i Pa W. Cleoko Misses No Lto.o Mar.' and' , Mary Louise Clarke, Samuel' Folw. : Mr. n:o Mrs Walter K. Hsrlan aorl "Milton Snanslcr of New Castle. Pa.: I Mrs. Alice P. Shaw. Mlos Mareooo t , Shaw, and Mi s Mr.r:.in IWfil fC j Buffalo, N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. John I Clark of Blairsville, Pa., Mr. and Mis. Frank Kernan. Miss Fay Schoonmak- Schoonmak- cr. and Mrs. Max Schoonmaker. of : ; Pittsburgh. Dr. and Mrs. Robert An- An- j ocrsen of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Carl 1 uawKins oi aneseo. . x.