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 - ft 1 WÉ Mrs. Leslie L. Moor Cynthia McElroy,...
ft 1 WÉ Mrs. Leslie L. Moor Cynthia McElroy, Leslie Moor Wed Miss Cynthia Jane McElroy were Miss Priscilla 1 chose a slipper-length gown of Miss Karen Shearrow, and Miss u * id -«or,,,« in it». Rebecca Putton, all of Massil- wh te silk organza styled in tne » ; , . . Ion and former nursing school Empire silhouette for her May ciassmates oi the bridc 13 wedding to Leslie Lee Moor The (.oup|(.-s honevmoon in the First United Methodist plans included a visit to Niaga- Church in Leetonia. ra Falls and tour of the eastern in The gown, embroidered with lilit.s-oi-the-valley motifs, also featured lilac satin ribbon trim It was styled with a modified riscilla Reighart. states. They will make their home at 722 Vogel \ve in Massillon. The bride is a 1968 graduate To Wed Salem Man scoop neckline, bishop’s sleeves |of Leetonia High School and a and cathedral length train. Over her hair the bride wore a bouffant, fingertip veil of illusion arranged to an organza bonnet trimmed with lilies-of- the-valley. She carried a cascade bouquet of seasonal flowers tied with satin streamers. The couple pledged their nuptial vows in a double-ring cere- morn performed at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. Guy E. Smith. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs Roy C. McElroy of 327 Somer St., Leetonia, and the bridegroom’s parents are Mr and Mrs. Alfred J. Moor Sr of 460 Hillcrest, North Canton White ceremonial tapers in seven-branch candelabra illuminated the bridal setting which was decorat I'd with vases of white carnations and baby’s breath amid greenery White satin bows lined the family pews. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her father and mother. In the bridal procession were the bride's sister, Mrs. James A Wenderoth as matron of honor, two of the bridegroom’s sisters, Mrs. Joe Rante of Canton and Mrs. Michael Ferrell of 1971 graduate of Massillon City Hospital School of Nursing. She is employed as a registered nurse at Massillon City Hospit- at. Her Husband, a 1966 gradu- ate oi Hoover High Scliool in North Canton, is employed as j Steel Corp. in Massillon. machinist bv the Republic t Mr. and Mrs. William R Stot- ier of Maineville, ()., announce Miss Linda Stotler Fairborn as bridesmaids along Ihe engagement of their dough- ....♦i, aa . o - ufo-.i,,,, h with Miss Marilyn Ginther of ter, Linda Susan, to Charles Leetonia. a flower girl. Miss'cl', ouocl,u Traci Ferrell, niece of the bride- Anthony Bogar Jr., son of Mr groom, and the bride’s nephew, and Mrs. Charles Anthony Bo- Alex McElroy, as ring bearer. ,gar Sr. of Diagonal Rd.. RD 4 . White Venise lace embellish- Salem Ohio ed the attendants long gowns of ,, 0. . lilac organza. The Empire bod Muw Stotler is a Ui69 gradu- ices vvetc detailed with high a!*- Little Mmmf High School, necklines and bishop’s sleeves Morrow, cv,, and is a junior at Fresh lilacs arranged in profile otuo State University majoring caps held their .sh»ulder-l«nuWlln Z00|0(,y. she is a member Alfred John Moor Jr of Mas- ^e^a ^eta S°rordv. Mr. silioo berved hfs brother as best Bogar is a 1968 graduate ot Tan and Kit McElroy served West Branch High School and us junior usher and seated the Js a senior at Ohio State I ni- tiothers of the bridal couple. * ifv m,if>rinp m ,!n,..llltllr ,| Jshering the other guests were y J^T g agnculturaI jtoger McElroy Jeff McElroy econ(>mlcs. He is a member of and Richard Ott * ‘ Alpha Gamma Sigma Frater- For her daughter's wedding, nity. ' vfr M/.irir , , . j , |, slieet-Rnmh drew laihlmed A July * tt,,ddln8 ls planned with a knit top ' and pleated al M Phi!ip ,hc AposUe Church skirt Her accessories were at Morro« matching and she wore an or-- chid corsage When a bee thrusts its sting A .. . n u .I Mrs. Moor, mother of the into the flesh, the stinger pulls-^ l ridegr<xjrn, appeared in an out of the bee’s body and the aqua knit street - length dress bee djes a few hours after complemented with beige ac- --- — - ----- cessories and an orchid corsage. Wedding activities included a reception following immediately in the church social room and an evening reception at the United Steelworkers hall in Massillon. Aides at the church reception were Mrs. Paul Fennema of Youngstown, former classmate, Mrs. Roger McElroy of Bloomington, Ind., sister-in-law of the bride, and her cousin, Miss Cheryl McElroy of East Liverpool. Mrs. Frank Barton, bride’s! roommate at nursing school, registered the 200 guests attending the evening reception fronij Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia i and Pennsylvaia. Assisting with refreshments Just DOWNS In 3 Lively Red Gold Req 8 95 per sq. yd. SPECIAL SALE PRICE — There's To Make Up For Open Daily 8 a.m. tiII9 Beck's Floor Lisbon-Columbiana Rd

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  1. The Salem News,
  2. 26 May 1972, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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