3 Joanne R. Selfinger, Alfred F. Koren United in Marriage At a high nuptial mass Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in the Holy Trinity Catholic church, ML-^ Joanne Rita Selfinger became the bnce of Mr. Alfred Francis Koren ; ; ' | j | Â· I Hurin a ceremony performed by the j Rev. John F. Zboyovosky. rector. ( double The bnce is the daughter of and Mrs Sre'.en M. Seinnger, TMi ^^ and R:ce k '- ee '- s - a " d Mr i and the brother oi Mr. John J. ikoli**.. Dr. j Korel!f Po:tstOTO Landing. | tlO n5. Mrs. Gladys Sweisford, I organist \ white g-adioh and palms j buttons Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a picturesque dress o: French velveret fearurms a i s-x eeriiearL neckline^ with a ion? i train and a fitted oodice. She and a white crystal rosary, gift the bridegroom. Her long veil fell crown of seed pearls. a necklace with diamond chip and earned a bouquet of orchids, one white orchid and two purple orchids. from Mrs. John J. Koren. the bride's cnlv attendant, was attired in a white velveret gown featured a ruf- fled neckline and a bustle. She | carried a boiique: of red rdfees | wore a matching wreatn in her hah-. Duties of best man were performed b Mr. John J. Koren. Mrs. Selfinger. mother of the bnde, wore a black jersey dress i with black accessories and Mrs. John Demko. acting mother on behalf of Mr Koren, wore a flowered dress with black accessories. Both wore corsages of red roses. The wedding reception was held at the home of the bride, after wh'ch the couple left on a honeymoon trip to Atlantic City. N. J. For traveling Mrs. Koren chose a black flowered dress with black accessories and a white lightweight coat On their return they will reside in the home of the bnde.