Scheifley-Lappley marriage, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, July 1915.
in in In a a by of all he to nf SCH ma . a ler HAG Pretty : Home Ceremony For Young Couple Who Will Become Missionaries au at - " ' 3 y1 MRS. WILLIAM fffiCHEIFLEY The marriage of Miss Ruth Mar garet Lappley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lappley to Dr. William J. Scheifley of this city, was solemnized this morning at 11 o'clock at the home of - the bride's parents, 2100 North Third street, by the Rev. W. J. Scheif ley of Easton; the "bridegroorn's father, assisted by the Rev. G. F. Schaum of this city. The bride, who was given in - mar riage by her father, wore a gown of white pussy - willow taffeta with silk oriental lace and pearl trimmings, her tulle veil in cap effect wreathed in orange blossoms. The bouquet was a shower of white roses and lilies of the valley. Mrs. John M. Lappley, as matron of honor for her sister - in - law. wore her own wedding gown of white cord ed silk with duchess lace and bead trimmings. She carried an arm bouquet of pink roses tied with white tulle. The brides - maid, Miss Mabel John son, of this city, wore a gown of pale green accordion pleated crepe de chine with chiffon trimming and carried a sheaf of pink roses tied with pink tulle. , Walter A. Knerr of Norristown. a cousin of the bridegroom was best man and the ushers were John M. Lappley and Clayton J. Lappley brothers of the bride. Preceding the ceremony Miss Emma Lorenz of this city gave a piano recital and Mrs. John Swartz sang "Oh, Promise Me." The bridal party entered the parlors' to the strains of Lohen grin, under arches and the ceremony was performed in front of a bank of palms and ferns. Following the - cere mony a wedding breakfast was served to sixtyfive guests by Rutherford. Dr. and Mrs. Scheifley left on a late afternoon train for San Francisco, where they will spend some time at the exposition. They will sail from that point August 7 on the S. S. "Tenyo Maru' for Seoul, Korea, where Dr. Scheifley will be professor of dentistry in the Severance Medical College. They will spend several days in Japan and arrive at their new home about September 15. The bride is a graduate of the Central High school class of 1913 and the Froebel Kindergarten Training School class of 1915. Dr. Scheifley is ' a graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College and was in active practice in this city for several years. at . L. art a Mr. of a was a . or that and