Patricia Ann McAfee wedding to Joseph Johnson
Former Area Girl Bride In N. Jersey ft .A m pi! IC JSL ' . i I :" I ""'' Iff llil l' lMi' ,,.,,,;:, Mi:,:.:,:.,,, ajfl'i f Mrs. Joseph M. Johnson Miss Patricia Ann McAfee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. McAfee, 1111 South Clinton avenue, Trenton, N. J., formerly of Milnes-ville, Milnes-ville, Milnes-ville, was married to Joseph M. Johnson, Las Vegas, Nev. Rev. Anthony Anthony M. Huber performed the double double ring ceremony and celebrated the nuptial high mass February 19 in St. Stephen's R. C. Church, Trenton, N. J. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a cocktail length white brocade gown with portrait neckline. Her headpiece was a crown of orange blossoms and pearls with a short veil. She carried carried a white orchid and stephanotis on a prayer book. Mrs. Marlcne S. Smith Trenton, N. J., was matron of honor for her sister. She wore a dress of royal blue satin, matching shoes and matching cabbage rose headpiece. She carried a nosegay of carnations and roses. Rodney J. McAfee, Trenton, N. J., brother of the bride, was best man. After a reception and dinner at Marsilio's Kitchen, Trenton, N. J., the couple left to spend a honeymoon honeymoon in Las Vegas, Nev., where they also will make their home. The bride was graduated from Trenton High School and was employed employed as secretary by Dr. David Eckstein. The bridegroom attended school in Las Vegas and is employed employed at Freemont Hotel there.