Charles Oppy

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Charles Oppy - MONDAY, AtJOPBT *», 1942 , Social Affairs i...
MONDAY, AtJOPBT *», 1942 , Social Affairs i MONO tb« iocUlly important wedding, ol lite August A W hich united to marriage Mi» S«rah Catherine Rapp, of Dr. and Mn. H«rry E. Happ, 1M1 and street, and Uw,-on Oppy. only ion of Mr. »nd Mn. Charles E. Oppy of 'furnace, Sunday It 1 o'clock In Trinity Methodist church Gladioli in white and paitel thadei were combined with decorate the church, which was illuminated with cathedril Charles Everly played a program of nuptial music preceding the ceremony. Included were: "Now Sleeps The Crimson ^uilter; "Cantilene Nuptiale" by Du Bois; "Because" by (··'end "Evening Star" by Wagner. The bridal party entered the church to the traditional strains the Lohengrin Wedding March by Wagner and left to the sohn Wedding March from "Midsummer Night's Dream". "Oh Promise Me" by De Koven was played softly during the j ,f vows. The single ring ceremony wts read by Rev. Dr. ""'Martin, pastor of Trinity church.' . The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, street length dress of green faille. She made this choice her mother had worn a green dress for her wedding. With wore a dark brown felt hat, trimmed with brown velvet and Jsler accessories were brown and she carried a colonial bouquet ' t a l i s m a n roses and snapdragon!. For "something old" a handkerchief which had belonged to her maternal grandmother. Miss Flora York, who was her only attendant, wore a suit brown wool with matching felt hat. Her bouquet was of and snapdragons. Wendell Rapp and Johnny Rapp, brothers of feride, acted as ushers. Harry Kuhner served as best man. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left for a trip of unannounced destination. They will reside at 6 Loring street, Hyde Park, Boston. v Mrs. Oppy was graduated from Portsmouth High school in e m attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, for the Shree years. She will complete her musical education at the University of Boston. Mr. Oppy, a graduate of Green Township High school, class 1939, prior to his enlistment in the navy, was employed at Central bank. He is stationed at the U. S. naval hospital at * Mass,, near Boston, as a hospital apprentice first class, i X X S

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  1. Portsmouth Daily Times,
  2. 24 Aug 1942, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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