22 April 1950 Janesville Gazette

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22 April 1950
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participate the conducted that will Fox, college, by and president and folfows: first Purcell, Mrs. to Leo R. J. Herman Audrey Carroll and Gordon Pennycook Wed at St. John's licenses by 13 Be- of Audrey Ann Carroll made the ivory satin gown she donned for the ceremony at which she became became the bride of Gordon S. Pennycook Pennycook Saturday afternoon. Simply Simply styled the gown featured a round neckline, long tight sleeves, fitted bodice and gathered skirt ending in a" train. An orange blossoms poke bonnet secured her French illusion veil and she carried a cascade bouquet of red roses. The bride's father, Clarence Carroll, accompanied her down the aisle of St. John's Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. Standing before a setting of mixed spring flow§rs, the Rev. H. C. Milius read the ceremony. Al Schoenrock, Schoenrock, church organist, played the wedding march and accompanied Mrs. George J. Buehl in her vocal vocal solos, "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Sisters of the bride, Mrs. Frank Pennycook and. Miss Mary Carroll, served as 'matron of honor and bridesmaid, respectively. respectively. Both young women wore pastel pastel blue satin gowns made by the bride. A double bertha collar collar topped the fitted bodice and the skirts were gathered. They wore matching satin bonnets arid carried bouquets of talisman ros6s. Frank Pennycook served his brother as best man. -They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Pennycook, Janesville, route 2. John Waldman Jr. ,was groomsman groomsman and the ushers were Gerald Warren and Paul Swenson Jr. Immediately after the rites a reception for 200 was held in the church parlors. Mina Reeder, Marion Entress and Carolyn Ylvisaker assisted in serving. A wedding dance will be held at the Armory this evening. For a motor trip through the east Mrs. Pennycook will wear a beige suit and navy accessories. The couple will live at 258 S. Jackson street. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clarence Carroll, Milton Junction, is employed in the export department department of Parker Pen Co. Mr. Pennycook works at T. and M. Sales and Service. J.

Clipped from Janesville Daily Gazette22 Apr 1950, SatPage 3

Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)22 Apr 1950, SatPage 3
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