LeRoy Whitling & Eleanor Saul wedding announcement June 1943
Father Officiates As Eleanor Saul and LeRoy Whitling Wed In a candlelight service, with the father of the bride officiating, Xliss Eleanor Saul, daughter of Rev, and .Mrs. George XI. Saul, of Franklin, and LeRoy Whitling, son, of XIr. aud Xirs. O. C. Whitling, of Knox, were united in marriage. The service was read at 8 p. m. Saturday, in the Calvary Baptist Church, of which Rev. Saul is pastor, and he was assisted by Rev. Behrens, of St. XIark's Church, Shippenville, pastor of the bridegroom. The bride, who was given in marriage marriage by her uncle, Joseph Paramore, of Philadelphia, wore a floor length gown of white chiffon, taffeta and silk jersey. Her finger-tip finger-tip finger-tip veil, cascaded cascaded from a coronet of seed pearls, designed as orange blossoms. She car ried a white Testament, to which were attached white roses. Her foster-sister, foster-sister, foster-sister, Xirs. Frank Ur wiler, of Philadelphia, was matron of honor; Xliss Saralorain XieCauua, of Butler, senior bridesmaid; Xliss Betty Jean Ur wiler, niece of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Paul Berlin, of Knox, was best man. Donald and Ray Whitling, cousins of the bridegroom Knox, served as ushers. Xirs. Urwiler wore blue chiffon and lace, Xliss XlcCanua yellow, and Miss Urwiler, pink. Each had shoulder veils to match their gowns and these were held in place with flowers. Their arm bouquets were of mixed flowers. The gown of the bride's mother was white chiffon. She wore a white hat and lalisman roses and her accessories were blue. Preceding the service, Xirs. Hillard Weaver, of Rimersburg, played several appropriate selections on the piano and Miss Dorothy Xiorns and Xliss Leah Ritz played "O Promise Xle" as violin duet. Xirs. Weaver played tra ditioual wedding marches and durin the service XIr. Weaver sang "1 Love l'ou Truly." A reception was held at the Saul home, 232 Grant Street. Here, as at the church, roses and peonies predomin ated in the floral decorations. The repast table was centered w-ith w-ith w-ith a three- three- tiered wedding cake, topped with miniature bride and groom. White sweetpeas and tapers in crystal holders emphasized the bridal white theme. For traveling, Xirs. Whitling wore a white silk suit, with blue accessories and her- her- shoulder spray consisted of red roses. At the conclusion of their wedding trip, XIr. and Xirs. Whitling will make their home in Knox, where the former is engaged in the dairying business. The bride is a graduate of Clarion Teachers' College and for the past three years has been teaching in the Ashland Township schools of Clarion County. Among the guests from out of the city were: Xirs. Joseph Paramore Philadelphia ; XIr. and Xirs. Glenn Xlc- Xlc- Canna and Xirs. I. L. Jonese, East Brady; Xirs. Patterson and daughter, of Kane, and XIr. and Xirs. Daniel Bloomster, of Smethport.