Double wedding Witkoskie/Boyle O'Brien/Troutman

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Double wedding Witkoskie/Boyle
O'Brien/Troutman - TWO COUPLES PLIGHT TROTH Principals in One...
TWO COUPLES PLIGHT TROTH Principals in One Wedding Act as Attendants at Second Ceremony Two pretty weddings were solemnized solemnized within p half hour last evening evening by the Rev. Father Maguire, assistant assistant rector of St. Edward's church, when Miss Ruth Wltkoskie, of Shamokin, and Charles Boyle, of Locust Gap, were wc-dded wc-dded wc-dded In the church at 7 o'clock, and Miss El eanor O'Brien and Lawrence Trout- man, 01 snamoKin, pugmea meir troth at 7:30 o'clock in the rectory adjoining the chiurh. Miss Witkoskie Is the popular dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. John Witkoskie, of 4 North Rock street, and for the past six vears had been employed at the J. J. Newberry store on Independence street. Mr. Boyle is the son of Mr. and Mrs William Boyle, of Locust Gap, and is employed at the Locust Gap col liery. Attending the couple were EI eanor O'Brien and Stanley Boyle. The bride was dressed .in a tan eown with hat and slippers to match and carried a beautiful bo-quet bo-quet bo-quet of American Beauty roses. Miss O'Brien, her bredisemaid, who was married a short time later, wore a pea green gown, gray slippers and hat. and carried a boquet of tea roses. Mr', and Mrs. Wi'koskle left to day for New York and New Jersey, where they will spend their honeymoon. honeymoon. They will reside in Shamo kin. Following the Witkoskie-Boyle Witkoskie-Boyle Witkoskie-Boyle wedding Miss Eleanor O'Brien and Lawrence Troutm;-.n, Troutm;-.n, Troutm;-.n, both of Shamokin, Shamokin, were married in St. Edward's Edward's church rectory. Miss O'Brien is the popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. O'Brien, of 207 North Franklin street, while Mr. Troutman is the wpll known son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton R. Troutman, of 1334 West Walnut street. Miss O'Brien is employed employed at the J. J. Newberry store while Mr. Troutman is engaged in a (Tpnpral hauling business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyle, principals in the church wedding a half hour before, attended the cou- cou- pie. Mr. and Mrs. Troutman are expected expected to leave on a honeymoon late this week. Following the wedding ceremonies ceremonies the four young people were tendered a wedding reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Witkoskie, Witkoskie, North Rock street.

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  1. Shamokin News-Dispatch,
  2. 15 Feb 1933, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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