Marvin McHenry Wedding
Wed At Youngstown ( i I Wearing; her traveling gown, -a st.JPatou model of autumn brown crepe, MRS. MARVIN McHENRY fashioned along severely simple lines, with long tight sleeves and a large bow at the neckline Miss Glad}'s Vivian Vivian Hackett became the bride of J McHenry son of Mr. and L C. McHenry, of 518 5th st., home of the bride's paients, Mr. Mrs. George W. Hackett, Park- j vi ood ay , Youngstown. j i Membeis I The Rev A D Wolfinger, pastci of St. Pauis Reformed church, iead[ th e service in the piesence of mem- t of the immediate families, the bridal pariy standing before the fire- place, banked with white asters and white snapdragons, forming a lovely setting for. the ceremony. With her wedding gown the wore a brown velour hat with match- ing accessories and a shoulder cor- sage of Ophelia loses Mrs. John 'Baxter, the biide's sister, was matron °fJ honor. She woie a gown of cop- per crepe a brown velvet turban and a • shoulder . corsage". of Briarcliffe oses^ J D. Butler, of MassiUon, was bestman. A breakfast at Wickhffe Manor | house for the bridal paity and meni- 1 * 61 " 5 of the immediate families fol- i lowed the ceremony The table was exquisitely appointed in bridal white with a pipteau of floweis between lighted tapeis as the centerpiece. ' Will Live In Youngstown The t couple left by motor for an eastern trip, the bnde topping hei tiavehng diess with a coat of tweed Upon their return .after Oct. 1, they live in a newly furnished home 1 at "5511 Southern blvd., Youngstown. Both Mr. and Mrs. McHenry are in the purchasing.' department of. the Republic Steei Corp. The bride graduated" graduated" in 1926 from Youngstown Sputh high ahct the groom: graduated from Washington high school anrl ' has made his home for the past four years -in Youngstown.