' i Linda Montrose David Ly weas fer pretty until William C. Lyle, A graduate of Spring-Ford High School, he is employed at Dana Corp., 125 S. Keim St., as a machine operator. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a silk organza gown styled with a high neckline and long, full sleeves with wide cuffs detailed with venise lace daisy trim. Lace accented bodice, waistline. her A-line skirt St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, 214 N. Hanover St. was decorated with two stands of white gladioli for the wedding of Linda Montrose and David E. Lyle, performed by the Rev. James V. McDonald. Three-hundred-and-fifty guests attended the double ring ceremony, with music provided by Jo Ann Bathhurst, soloist, and Mrs. Eleanor Kurtz, organist. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and attached chapel length and Mrs. Joseph L. Montrose, train. Her profile headpiece of 1424 Kauffman Road, is a lace and pearl held a bouffant graduate of Pottsgrove High illusion veil. She carried a School employed at Levitz bouquet of daisies and greens Furniture Co., ^2 High St. with white streamers. The bridegroom is a son of .Mrs. Frank McGlocklin, 8 W. Mrs. Cora Lyle, 469 Fruit Farm 3rd st.. w'as matron of honor Road, Royersford, and the late in a floor length gown of apricot ------------- --------------------------chiffon over taffeta with em-i^*' broidered trim. Her A-line skirt extended from a modified! with a Meeting slatec 3y Doe Club empire a styled bodice high neckline, long full The Doe Club will meet Thurs-i3>id embroidery trim on cuffs|or, day evening at 8 in the Elks land waistline. Home, 61 High St. : Bridesmaids were Mrs. Leon Following the business ses- Kelsh, .Moser Road; Janet sion, Donald and Linda Yocom FIickinger, Glasgow Street, will present a candle demonstra-Stowe; and Barbara Vanore. tion 550 Race St., Stowe. The group will host a Harvest Ball, Oct. 17 at the Elks Home GOWNS frorn 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Music; Their gowns were identical to for danucing will be provided by that of the matron of honor, Craig Fisher and his Dixieland with floor length veils of illusion Band. Reservations are requir-land short veil trim. ed. NEW LAMPS FOR OLD Your shabby or broken table or floor lamp restored to sparkling newness for lialf ttie cost of a new one. Beautiful stiades to complete ttie iob. THE BETTERIEYS §15 Queen St. - Tel. 324 3*« Best man was Frank Stankus, School Road, Schwenksville. Ushers were Gary Mold, Bock, Pott- were Malvern; Rusell stown RD 3; and McGlocklin, 8 W. 3rd St. .Mrs. Montrose wore a pink jeweled dress with white matching coat with pink accessories. accessories. .Mrs. Lyle chose a pale green A-line dress with jeweled sleeves and collar. P'ollowing a reception at Moose Hall. High Street, the couple left for a honeymoon in the Pennsylvania .Mountains. They will reside at 328 South St. A rehearsal party was hosted by Mr. and .Mrs. Montrose. A shower honoring the bride was hosted by Mrs. Richard Fidler, Douglassville RD 2.