Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
Shott-Lux Nuptial Rites Are Held This Morning Miss Marilyn Faye ADC became the bride of Ernest Mi : chael Shott during a Nuptial Low Mass at ten o'clock 'this morning jn Sts. lyril and Methodius Catholic Church. Rev. Stephen Tatar, Tatar, uncle . of the groom, and Rev. Joseph Hager officiated officiated at the double ring ceremony at an altar banked with jalms, ferns and gladioli. Music was provided by M i s s ^.nne Homey, or- ga ni s t, and Mrs. Jlara Allwein, soloist. soloist. They presented a recital before the ceremony. The bride, daughter daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Lester B. Lux of Lebanon Route Two, is a 1956 alumna of Lebanon High School. She is employed employed by Bannon Mills Inc. Tiie groom's parents parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Shott of 1223 Church St. He graduated Lebanon High School with the lass of 1055 and is employed by Milsau Mills Inc. Escorted down the white carpeted carpeted aisle by her father, the )ride was gowned in white satin with a ruffled floor length skirt. Panels of embroidered net and :affeta decorated the bouffant skirt which was trimmed with sequins. The bodice had long, :apered sleeves. Her headpiece was a Mary Queen of Scots hat holding a fingertip fingertip veil of rosepoint lace and pleated itulle. The veil was adorned with rosettes, sequins and pearls. • She carried a whit e prayer xtok with a white orchid and streamers. While the soloist sang 'Ave Maria," the bride placed a aouquet at the altar of the Blessed Virgin Mary.*' Attending the bride were Mrs. Gloria Tatar, aunt of the groom, as matron of ' honor, in pink; Misses Carole Groft and Patricia Spesak, friends of the bride, in blue and pink, respectively; Sheila Sheila and Sharon Carman, twin cousins cousins of the bride, [lower girls; and Miss Judith Ann Lux, sister of the bride, and Miss Lynnette Marie Shott, sister of the groom, junior bridesmaids, both wearing wearing blue. All the attendants wore waltz length gowns excepting the flow er girls. The gowns were made of organza over taffeta with square necklines, shirred bodices and cap sleeves. They had flarec panels at the back of the skirts trimmed with ruffles and shaded bows. The attendants wore picture hats of net trimmed with velveteen velveteen bows. Matching gauntlets (Harp.l) Mrs. Ernest Michael Shott and pearl necklaces completed their ensembles. The jewelry was presented by the bride. "They carried bouquets of pink and blue carnations with white pompons. The flower girls were seen in lace dresses. They wore floral -.eadpicces and carried baskets D[ carnations and pompons. They scattered leaves in the path of he bride. The bride's mother attended in i black lace and chiffon dress vith black and white accessories. The groom's mother wore a blue ace chemise and natural colored accessories. Both had corsages of white roses. The groom's attendants were David Allwein, best man; David J. Allwein, friend of the groom; Stephen Shott, brother of the groom; George Tatar, uncle of .he groom; Donald Laicha and William Pavone, both friends of .he groom, ushers; and George Tatar Jr., ring bearer. The gifts :rom the groom were cuff links and tie clasps. Out-of-town guests were invited from Virginia, New Jersey, California, California, Washington, B.C., Illinois, Connecticut, Philadelphia, Pottstown Pottstown and various other parts of Pennsylvania. A reception for 250 guests is being held at two o'clock this afternoon at St. Gertrude's Club. After a honeymoon at Washington, Washington, D.C., the couple will be at home at Gil S. Second St. The bride" will wear a blue'lace and cotton dress, while accessories and a.white orchid corsage for the trip."