Frank Shutt Wedding

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Sacred Heart Scene Of Shutt-Frank Shutt-Frank Shutt-Frank Vows MR.ANDMKS. RICHARD A. FRANK Peggy Sue Shutt, sleeves. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne Shutt of 1337 Canoe Lane, and Richard Anthony Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herman Frank, 24800 State Route 621, were united in marriage July 14 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Father Robert E. Met-zger Met-zger Met-zger and Rev. Robert G. Binkley officiated for the 2:30 p.m. double-ring double-ring double-ring ceremony, before the altar decorated with candelabras with daisies, altar vases, and a large fireside basket filled with peach and white daisies. Each pew was also decorated with a white satin bow. A orelude of music was provided by organist Mrs. Mary McCabe and vocalists, Mr. Joe Akers. Miss Janie Mclntyre and Derric Matz, nephew of the bride. The bride was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents. Her gown of white organza organza over taffeta was fashioned with a fitted bodice, high Victorian neckline and sheer yoke of English net, outlined in a capelet ruffle of Wedgewood lace and silk V'enise lace, and the cuffs of the long-fitted long-fitted long-fitted sleeves ending in a point over the wrist. The skirt, fashioned fashioned with a deep double ruffle ruffle and accented with silk Venise motifs, fell from a natural waistline and swept into a cathedral-length cathedral-length cathedral-length train enhanced by a cascade of Wedgewood lace ruffles, accented by Alencon lace trim She wore a small-brimmed small-brimmed small-brimmed satin hat, covered in Alencon Alencon laces, seed pearls and irridescents, accented by a silk gardenia and blossom spray. An illusion illusion bow at the back extended extended into a fingertip veil. She carried a colonial colonial bouquet of stephanotis, light sonia roses and baby's breath, accented by lace ribbon. She wore pearl earrings, carried her grandmother's grandmother's handkerchief and had the traditional penny in her shoe. Matron of honor was Mrs. Cheri Jones. Bridesmaids included, Mrs. Jayna Matz and Mrs Jody Johnson, sisters of the bride. Mrs. Kim Householder and Mrs. Cindy Juvinall. sisters of Ihe groom, and Miss Amy Weaver and Miss Mary Braun. They wore Victorian style gowns of peach aspirin-dot aspirin-dot aspirin-dot net over taffeta. taffeta. The fitted bodices, tied with a long peach satin bow, were accented by a high collar, sheer V-voke, V-voke, V-voke, outlined with a multi-tier multi-tier multi-tier ruffle and full, puffed elbow-length elbow-length elbow-length A double ruffle also accented the hemline of the long, full skirts. Matching garden hats of i peach horsehair braid, covered in aspirin-dot aspirin-dot aspirin-dot net ruffles and satin bow1 tacked in back, completed completed their ensembles. Each wore a gold pearl pendant, gift from the bride, and carried a fireside basket of white daisies, baby's breath and white ribbon streamers. Flower girl was Megan Matz. niece of the bride. She wore a frock of peach aspirin-dot aspirin-dot aspirin-dot net over taffeta, taffeta, accented by a double ruff le at the neckline with a long peach satin ribbon, bell-shape bell-shape bell-shape capped sleeves and ruffles at the hemline. She wore a matching matching garden hat with a long satin bow in back and carried a small fireside basket filled with daisies and baby's breath and white ribbon streamers. The bridegroom was attired attired in a silver gray tuxedo tuxedo with tails and matching matching vest, white small pleated wing collar shirt and silver gray bow tie. His boutonniere was a light sonia rose with stephanotis and baby's breath. Best man was Mr. Scott Frank, brother of the groom. Groomsmen included included Mr. Jerald Fraunfelter and Mr. David Shutt, brothers of the bride. Mr. Kevin Fin-ton, Fin-ton, Fin-ton, Mr. Joe Merth. Mr. Bob Tomashot and Mr. Mike Maurer. They wore silver gray tuxedos identical identical to that of the groom's and light sonia rose boutonnieres with stephanotis and baby's breath. The ringbearer was Brandon Matz, nephew of the bride. He wore a w hite Edwardian style shirt with pin-tucked pin-tucked pin-tucked yoke, stand-up stand-up stand-up collar with ruffle ruffle and long, full sleeves. His silver gray vest and knickers completed the outfit. He carried a heart-shaped heart-shaped heart-shaped pillow and wore a boutonniere identical to that of the groomsmen's. Mother of the bride wore a peach floor-length floor-length floor-length gown of polyester chiffon over taffeta, styled with a V-neck, V-neck, V-neck, empire waistline and long, fitted sleeves. She wore a small opened-back opened-back opened-back garden hat covered with chiffon to complete her ensemble. Her shoulder corsage was of light sonia roses, baby's breathand whtie ribbon. Mother of the groom chose a mint green floor-length floor-length floor-length gown of silk polyester, styled with a fitted waistline, off-the-shoulder off-the-shoulder off-the-shoulder off-the-shoulder off-the-shoulder ruffle with spaghetti straps, and flowing ruffle at the hemline. A bow at the back completed her outfit. outfit. Her shoulder corsage was of light sonia roses, baby's breath and white ribbon. During the ceremony, a specail scripture chosen by the bride and groom w as read bv Mr. , David Shutt, brother of the bride. Nephew Derric Matz sang "Lead Me Shepherd" at the candlelighting, and following the nuptial mass, the bride sang the song "Sometimes" to her parents. Long-stemmed Long-stemmed Long-stemmed roses were also presented to Mrs. Marge Mattern, Mr. Charles LeVere. Mrs Helen Frank and Mr W illiam Anderson, grandparents grandparents of the bride and groom. Following the celebration celebration of love, a reception was held at the American Legion Hall. 652 Main Street, where a buffet was served by the Catholic Women. Hostesses were Miss Julie Farmer, Miss Martha Richey, Miss Lisa McLoughlin and Miss Linda Linda Dew. Music for dancing dancing was provided by the "Half Moon" Band. Miss Alison McRitchie presided at the guest book and Miss Monica Mat-tern, Mat-tern, Mat-tern, cousin of the bride, distributed peach and white love roses with birdseed. Altar boys were Mr. Kurt Stenner and Mr Jamie W heeler. The bride is a 198C graduate of Coshocton High School, and a 1984 elementary-special elementary-special elementary-special education graduate of Muskingum College at New Concord, Ohio. She is employed by Hamilton Local Schools in Columbus Columbus The groom is a 1981 graduate of Coshocton High School and is a senior at Ohio State University. Following their honeymoon trip to Naples, Florida, and Walt Disney World, the couple reside in Columbus. The rehearsal dinner was hosted. Friday evening evening prior to the ceremony, by the bridegroom's parents at Thomas' Steak . A "Five To Count

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  1. The Tribune,
  2. 23 Sep 1984, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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