Bride9 s Sisters Are Attendants LOUDONVILLE - Three sis ters of Miss Patricia Lou Riy- nock served as bridal attendants when she and Mr. Gary Allen Stumbaugh exchanged rings Sept. 11 at 11:30 a. m. at St. Peter's Catholic Church. Father Joseph Buescher officiated at the open - church, double-ring ceremony. , Mrs. Susan Grassman, Woos-tcr, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Julia Grassman and Miss Mary Lee Riynock also were their sister's attendants. Other attendants included Miss Dianna Clover, Columbus, cousin of the bride and Miss Marjorie Meyer, Cleveland, college roommate of the bride. Jackie and Pattie Grassman, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riynock, Burwell Loudonville, are parents of the bride. Mr. Stumbaugh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Stumbaugh, 114 Loudon Ave. The bridegroom's brother, Ken Stumbaugh, served as best man. Ushers were Mr. Andy Grass-man and Mr. Joe Grassman, brothers-in-law of Hip hrirln- Mr iDave Mowery, and Mr. Larry aicLoy, f letclier. The ring bearer was Andy Grassman, nephew of the bride. A buffet, luncheon reception for l.'iO guests at 1 p. m. at the; Eagles Hall followed the wed-i ding. j The couple will reside at 94 ; East Norwich Ave.. Columbus. I r..n ..... . . ' ..... ' luiiowmg a irip to Michigan. Canada and Niagara Falls. Both are 1961 Loudonville High School graduates. She was graduated from St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing, Toledo in 1964. She is cm-ployed at Grant Hospital, Columbus. Mr. Stumbaugh will enter his fifth year of ceramic engineering at The Ohio State University this fall. A rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom's parents for the 24 members of the wedding party at Green Acres Sept. 9 at 7:31) p. m.