Lake Orion Young Man to Marry Pontiac Girl

Miss Betty Raymond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Raymond, of Pontiac, and Gale Skinner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Skinner, of Lake Orion, will be united in marriage Saturday evening, September 5th, at 9:30 o’clock, at the First Christian church in Pontiac, of which they are both members.

The bride will wear a form fitting floor-length white satin gown, with a short veil held in place by orange blossoms. Her bouquet will be of garden flowers. Miss Violet Kinsey and James Kruse, of Lapeer, will be their attendants. Miss Kinsey’s dress will be of white silk net, trimmed with tiny pink rosebuds, and her corsage will be of sweetpeas.

Immediately following the ceremony a reception for sixty guests will take place at the home of the bride’s parents, on Huron street, Pontiac.

Mr. Skinner lived here for seven years and attended the Lake Orion High School. He is now employed as a meat cutter in a Pontiac store. The bride is a sister-in-law of Clarence Ceiling who managed the local Kroger store about seven years ago. Incidentally, the two attendants, Mr. Kruse and Miss Kinsey, expect to be married in November.

Source: Lake Orion Review, September 4, 1936.

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