Pop-pop and Grammie's wedding announcement

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Mr. Mrs. per Rev. the - attended of be C, to tSl MRS. REYMER L. STOYER The marriage of Miss Dorothy Jane Wilson,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wilson, 220 Herr street, to Private Reymer Lewis Stover, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L Stoyer, 530 Dunkle street, was solemnized this afternoon at 2 o'clock in Market Square Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Dr. Raymond C. Walker officiated, and Miss Marian Reiff played the wedding music. The tapers were lighted by Martin Luther Stoyer, Jr., brother of the bridegroom. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown with long sleeves and train. The neckline was outlined in seed pearls, and her fingertip veil was caught to a tiara of seed pearls. She carried white roses and sweet peas. She was attended by the bride. groom's sister, Miss Pearl Stoyer, as maid of honor, who wore a rose - pink marquisette gown made with alencon lace bodice, a head dress of matching feathers, and her, flowers were bnarcliff roses. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Richard Fisher, and Mrs. Robert Edwards, Lancaster, cousin of the bride, wore twin model blue marquisette gowns and carried roses. William Funk, Steelton, brother - n - iaw oi tne onaegroom, was best man, and ushers were Robert Edwards, Lancaster, and William Ross Commmgs, Reading, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Wilson wore a salute blue crepe dress, matching hat and corsage of yellow roses and iris, The bridegroom's mother chose a dress of figured gray crepe, veil ed hat and a corsage of pink roses and gardenias. Pvt. Stoyer and his bride left for a wedding trip after a recep tion of the Wilson home. For traveling the bride wore an aqua crepe dress, hat trimmed with hackle feather brim band, and a corsage of orchids. Mrs. Stoyer was graduated from John Harris High School and is employed by the Bell Tele phone Company. Pvt. Stoyer, who is stationed at Camp Grant, 111., was also graduated ' from John Harris High School. The bridal party was entertain ed last night before the wedding rehearsal by the brideeroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fleisher, Paxtang, entertained in their honor Thursday night. I nee on the er

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 20 Feb 1943, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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