Mr & Mrs Dominic Bianchini at wedding p8
AUGUST 21, 1946 Church Forms Setting for Pretty Wedding Zion’s Reformed church formed the setting Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Bette Moyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Moyer, 14 South Reading avenue, Boyertown, and Mr. Grier Schwoyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwoyer, 766 Queen street. The double ring ceremony wm performed by the Rev. Howard A. Kosman, pastor. Preceding the ceremony a recital of bridal music was presented by Mrs. Hazel Rutter, organist, and Mrs. Schwoyer. mother of the bridegroom, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white gorgette and lace, fashioned with long sleeves pointed at the wrists, a peplum of lace, arid a full »kirt ending in a long graceful train. Her finger tip veil was attached to a Juliet cap of white sequins and she carried a white Bible ornamented with an orchid. Mrs. Dominic Bianchin!, in the roll of matron of honor, was gowned ig. aqua, the model featuring ----ruffles—abound the neckline and skirt and puf' sleeves. She wore a shoulder length veil and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. The bridesmaids, Miss Mary Goldman and Miss Dolores Wittman, both of Mt. Penn, wore identical gowns of pink styled with fitted bodices, of lace, peplums of lace, three- quarter length sleeves and full net skirts. They also wore shoulder length veils and carried bouquets of mixed flowers. Robert Raugh Jr. performed the duties of best man while Dominic Bianchini and Joseph Monoghan served as ushers. Mrs. Moyer, mother of the bride, wore a black suit with pink and black accessories while Mrs. Schwoyer, mother of the bridegroom, bridegroom, chose an aqua suit with brown accessories. Corsages of pink roses completed their outfits. Following reception in Filby» restaurant, the couple left on a honeymoon trip to Atlantic City, N. J. Upon their return they willjp reside at the home of the bridegroom’s bridegroom’s parents.