The Berkshhire Eagle (Pittsfield MA) - 26 Jul 1947, p. 5 (retrieved 18 Nov 2017)
G. the will Friday of Rice. Mr. Mr. be pastor. 10.45. at 907 Eileen Fox, R. H. Schnopp Are Married DALTON--This morning atÂ»St. Agnes' Church, Miss Eileen Frances Fox, daughter of Mr. and Richard M. Fox of 45 Crane Avenue, and Richard Howard Schnopp were united in mariage. The bridegroom'is the son of Mr. Mrs. Frank C. Schnopp of road, Hinsdale. Rev. Jeremiah C. Murphy celebrated the mass. William H. Flynn, organist, accompanied Miss Irene Kelly of Pittsfield, who- sang several selections. The church was decorated with palms and white gladioli.' The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Betty Baumann 'ol Hinsdale, and was given in marriage by her father. The best was Harry E. Schnopp, brother the bridegroom. The Misses Betty Ann Fox of Dalton and Sally Fox of Hinsdale,' sjpter and cousin of the bride respectively, were bridesmaids. The ushering was done by Francis E. Baumann of Hinsdale, cousin of* the bride, and Joseph M. Schnopp of Pittsfield, brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Schnopp wore a white period gown with a lace bodice, sleeves, and a bouffant skirt of marquisette over satin. She had long tram, and her,chapel length veil was attached to a madonna hajp of illusion and orange blossoms. Her shower "bouquet consisted of white roses and baby's breath. Miss Baumann was attired in e Colonial model gown sky-blue paper taffeta with a fitted bodice and puffed sleeves. Her bouffant skirt had-a bustle back over crinoline, and she wore a pink Colonial bonnet. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The bridesmaids wore petal Colonial gowns, and long sleeves. Their skirts were styled over the maid of honor's, and they wore Colonial bonnets matching their gowns. They carried identical bouquets of pink and white carnations. After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served at the Irving House to the members of the wedding party, and about 150 persons attended a reception at the Bartonville Grange Hall. The couple left for a week's wedding tr'p to Montreal, Canada, and the V\ h Mountains of New Hampshire. They will make their home at Crane Avenue after Aug. 3. The bride was graduated from Dalton High School in 1944, and is now employed in the east plant production office of the GE, Pittsfield. Mr. Schnopp is employed the stationery division of Crane Company after attending the Dalton schools. He served for nearly four years in the Army during 'war, including about a year overseas. Mrs. Fox wore a navy blue trimmed with rose and blue and white accessories. Her corsage consisted of pink carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore a gown of rose trimmed in black with accessories, and her corsage was of white carnations.