Frances McPake Wedding Announcement
McPake-Nolan McPake-Nolan McPake-Nolan Vows Taen in Church Rites Mr. and Mrs. John L. McPake announce announce the marriage of their only daughter, Frances Kathryn to William William Lawrence Nolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Nolan of Garden Garden City, Kansas, which occurred Thursday morning, October 1, in St. Bernardine's Catholic church at nine o'clock with a company of relatives and intimate friends present present when the Rev. Father Patrick Dunne conducted the nuptial mass assisted by three altar boys. Flowers in varying shades of lavender lavender were used in the altar decorations. decorations. A program of beautiful music preceded the entrance of the bridal party, Mrs. Martin J. Cough-lin Cough-lin Cough-lin sang Schubert's "Ave Maria-' Maria-' Maria-' and "Panis Angelicus" with Miss Mary Cooney at the organ, The bride was an attractive picture picture in a gray suit of sports type with accessories in the new Cataw-be Cataw-be Cataw-be shade and wearing a corsage of gardenias. She was escorted and given in marriage by her father. The bride's only attendant was her cousin, Miss Patricia Phillips of Alhambra wearing an ensemble in Sienna Brown. She also wore gardenias as her flowers. The groom's best man was an intimate friend of the couple, Dean Hamilton Hamilton of Colton. The bride's mother, Mrs. McPake wore a Royal Blue ensemble with corsage of gardenias. The only relative of the groom able to be present, his sister, Mrs. Ray Bright of Santa Barbara, wore a sports suit in Oak green shade with brown accessories. Following the church ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the McPake home for the bridal party and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan left Immediately afterward on a brief motor honeymoon, planning planning to visit Las Vegas and Boulder Boulder dam and San Diego before returning returning here. The home of the pair will be in New Rochelle Court at 1370 D street, where they will soon be at home to friends. The bride is a native daughter of this city, attended grammar and high school at St. Bernardine's, later later graduating from Junior college. Mr. Nolan has resided in California California five years and in San Bernardino Bernardino the past two years. He was a student at Lockhurst academy in Kansas City, Missouri, and Creigh-ton Creigh-ton Creigh-ton university at Omaha. Many friends join in wishing much happiness for Mr. and Mrs. Nolan in their life partnership.