Uncle Roy Aunt Jan's wedding announcement
its Janet Stoyer Becomes Bride Her Marriage Is Solemnized in Christ Church Miss Janet Elizabeth Stoyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stoyer, 530 Dunkle street, became the bride of Sergeant Roy M. Sheely, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs, Roy M. Sheely, 3216 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, at 7 o'clock, Saturday evening, July 11, in Christ Lu theran Church, with the Rev: Dr. Jacob A. Rudisill officiating, and Richard Helm at the organ. The bride wore a navy blue and white print dress and a blue hat Her flowers were gardenias. Miss Pearl L. Stoyer, her sister, who was the maid of honor, was dress ed in a navy blue faille suit. She wore a white hat and her flowers were red roses. Daniel Sheely, of York, was his brother's best man. A reception at Chiar's Paxtonia Inn followed the wedding. . Mrs. Sheely was graduated from John Harris High School and was employed by the Bell Telephone Company. Sergeant Sheely, is a graduate of Camp Hill High School and attended the Harris burg Academy. He and his bride left for Lubbock, Tex., where he is stationed at the Lubbock Air Field.