Snyder - McCumber Wedding
cf Val co- co- Nancy L Snyder Wed Saturday was and and X Mrs. Dean E. McCumber ii E. E. Miss Nancy Louise Snyder, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Dietrich Snyder, of Bloomsburg, formerly of this city, was married Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Bloomsburg, to Dean Everett McCumber, McCumber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. McCumber of Rochester, New York. Miss Snyder is a granddaughter granddaughter of Mrs. E. D. Snyder who resides at the Hotel Altamont. The Right Reverend J. Thomas Heistand, Bishop of the Diocese cf Harrisburg, officiated and was as sisted by the Rev. Elmer Keiser, rector of St. Paul's. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of ivory peau de soie with a bodice of reembroidered alencon lace and a chapel train. Her finger tip veil of illusion was fastened to a cap of the lace, and she carried carried a cascade bouquet of lilies of the valley and phaelanopsis orchids. Mrs. Geoffrey L. Gardner, New port, Rhode Island, was matron of Defandorf, Austin, Texas; Mrs. Howard W. Phillips, New York City; Mrs. Nathan K. Trynin, Tea Ticket, Massachusetts; Miss Ida F. Schapp and Miss Elaine Waterman, Waterman, both of Washington, D. C. Flower girls were Heidi and Wendy Weber, nieces of the bridegroom. Roland W. Donnem of New York City was best man. Ushers were Richard W. Snyder, of Bloomsburg and Lt. Roy D. Snyder, Jr., of r; t ,7' r"'""' , the bride; Richard Beisheim, Rochester; John Collins, Fairless Hills, the Rev. William H. Ed wards, III, Chittenango, New York; and Theodore J. Mapes, New Ha ven, Conn Mrs. McCumber is a graduate of Wellesley College. Her husband, an alumnus of Yale, holds masters degrees from Yale and Harvard. After a trip to Bermuda the Mc-Cumbers Mc-Cumbers Mc-Cumbers will live in Cambridge, Mass. Mr. McCumber will continue continue work on his doctorate at Harvard and Mrs. McCumber will be associated with the Smithsonian honor. Bridesmaids were Miss MayAstrophysical Observatory.