Aunt Pearl's Marriage Announcement
K. St, of Pearl 1. Stoyer Becomes Bride The marriage of Miss Pear! L Stoyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Stoyer, 530 Dunkle street, to Private Leo J. Fetterman, son of Mrs. Margaret Fetterman, 112 Cumberland street, was solemnized at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The ceremony was performed in St Patrick's Cathedral .by the Rev. Francis A. Kirchner. Bernard Wert played the bedding music. The bride, who was - given in marriage by her father, was gowned gowned in white satin made with heart neckline, long tight sleeves, fitted bodice and long train. Her full - length veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls, and she carried a white prayerbook with gardenias and a shower of baby breath. Mrs. Waldon Hachman, who was matron of honor, wore a white lace gown made with heart neck line, short sleeves and full circular skirt. Her lace Juliet cap was timmed with flowers, and she carried summer flowers. Earl Fetterman, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and ushers were John Fetterman, an other brother, and Waldon Hachman. Hachman. The bride's mother chose . a black crepe dress with bodice of pink and black print silk jersey, black hat with pink feather trim, and a gardenia corsage. Mrs. Fet terman, mother of the bridegroom, wore a black and white ensemble with a corsage of gardenias. Pvt. Fetterman and his bride left for a wedding trip after a re ception at the Civic Club.. For traveling the bride was attired in black silk jersey, matching picture hat and a gardenia corsage. They will live at 1414 Berryhill street. Mrs. Fetterman, a graduate of John Harris High School, is employed employed at the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company. Pvt. Fetter man, who was formerly employed at the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company, is stationed at the New Cumberland Reception Center. Center. He was graduated from Cath olic High School. Out - of - town guests at the wed ding and reception were Mr. and Mrs. Crist Burkholder, Miss Emily. Burkholder, Chambersburg; Lieut, and Mrs. R. M. Sheely, Jr., Big Spring, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. David P. Griffith, Catasaqua; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Keim, Reading; Reading; and Mrs. J. R. Botteicher, of Altoona. The bride and bridegroom wera honored last evening at a party at the Fetterman home following the wedding rehearsal.