George and Carols Wedding Announcement
^arol Kneny] Ireorge Luch Are Married Miss Carol Ann Knerr, Mechanic Mechanic Street, Fredericksburg, daughter of Grant Knerr, Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, and Mrs. Edna Knerr, 336 S. Ninth St., becama he bride of George Luch Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George ,uch, Market Street, Jonestown, n St. John's Lutheran Church, on Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. The Rev. Donald A. Steward conducted the double ring ceremony. ceremony. Given in marriage by her fa- her, the bride was attired in a 'loor length gown of silk organza organza and Alencon-type lace. It had a scalloped Sabrina neck- ine and long tapered sleeves. The bouffant skirt featured a modified drape at the hipline and cascaded into a four-tiered chapel train. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion illusion was attached to a cloth rose tipped with pearls and sequins. sequins. The bride carried a cas- :ade bouquet of white pompons, carnations and ivy. Matron Of Honor Mrs. Barbara Houser, a friend of the couple, was matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs, Joyce Donmoyer, sister of the groom, Miss Lola Neidlinger, Neidlinger, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Virginia Knerr, sister-in-law of the bride. The attendants all wore ballerina ballerina length gowns of satin peau styled with elbow length sleeves, scoop necklines and controlled bell overskirts trimmed with satin bows. Their face veils were attached to crowns formed of clusters of organza rosebuds. The matron of honor wore a pale pink gown and carried a cascade bouquet of white, pompons pompons and carnations tipped In pink. The bridesmaids wora lilac dresses and carried bouquets bouquets of white pompons and carnations tipped in lilac. Miss Jeanette Hesser, nleca of the bririe, was the flower girl, dressed in a pale pink dress of organza and lace. She wore a headpiece of baby roses and carried a basket of pompons pompons and carnations. Men In Party Edward Gerhart, a friend of the couple, was best man. Ths ushers were James Donmoyer, brother-in-law of the groom, William Hornberger, a friend of the couple, and Charles Knerr, brother of the bride. White carnations and white chrysanthemums decorated the altar art! a white carpet and kneeling bench were used. A reception for 150 guests was held at the Perseverance Fire Company. After a honeymoon at Niagara Falls, the couple will reside at Jonestown. The hrirfe graduated from Northern Lebanon High School and is employed by Di-Anne Underwear Underwear Company. The groom also graduated from Northern Lebanon High School. He Is employed employed by Gunite Services as a construction worker.