Meg Petri Patkins
I I 2 it Sugar-mouse.) LA it'T i f Mrs. Robert Patkins Margaret Petri bride of Robert W. Patkins Margaret Petri, daughter of Mrs. Martha Petri, Star Route, Hazleton, and the late Francis Petri, on May 27th became the bride of Robert W. Patkins, son of Mrs. Cecelia Patkins, 15 Main St., Beaverbrook, and the late William Patkins. The Rev. Joseph Martinkovic performed the double ring ceremony ceremony at 5:30 p.m. in St. Mary's of the Assumption Church, McAdoo. Margaret Dvorscak presided at the organ, and Verna Selinsky sang "Ave Maria," "Here I am, Lord" and "The Wedding Song. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Carmen's Continental Continental Room, Hazleton. Given in marriage by her brother, Michael Petri, the bride wore a formal gown of white satin and silk Venise lace, iridescent sequins and pearls, with a fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline, long, tapered sleeves, and a cathedral train of Chantilly lace. She wore a pearl and rhinestone headband with pearl sprays, and carried a silk bouquet of white roses and gardenias. Janice McKinley, McAdoo, was - f ( matron of honor, and wore a peach crepe tea-length tea-length tea-length gown with a matching full-length full-length full-length lace jacket with fitted lace sleeves. She wore matching accesories and carried silk flowers with peach streamers. John McKinley, McAdoo, was best man. The bride's mother wore a peach crepe tea-length tea-length tea-length gown with front draping, full sheer lace sleeves and a full skirt. Her corsage corsage was of pink roses, and she wore accenting accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a mauve tea-length tea-length tea-length gown with fitted fitted waistline, full-length full-length full-length slit skirt and matching accessories with a pink rose corsage. The bride was graduated from Hazleton High School and the Hazleton Hazleton Area Vocational-Technical Vocational-Technical Vocational-Technical data processing program in 1980. She is employed at Micrographics International Inc., Hazleton. The bridegroom was graduated from Hazleton High School and Hazleton Area Vocational-Technical Vocational-Technical Vocational-Technical Vocational-Technical machine shop program, class of 1969. He employed by Herman Schwabe Inc.