Harry Winston marriage announcement
Rosalyn Borkin Married Harry Winston i I j , cf honor. who wore to Wig SW-: SW-: SW-: r i. 7 i a- a- r -31- -31- -31- ' .7 . V i-sS i-sS i-sS i f I t U . I M i ! MRS. HARRY WINSTON 1 The marriage of Rosalyn Borkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borkin, N. Eighteenth street, to Harry Winston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weinstein, N. Seventeenth Seventeenth street, was solemnized August 25 on the terrace of the Shorecrest hotel. Rabbi Jacob Twerski officiated under a canopy flanked by standards of flowers and candelabra. Miss Borkin chose as her matron Mrs. Jack Weinstein, a wnite jersey gown the bride's brother, Alvin, Byran Petaschnak were ushers The bride appeared to the j strains of the traditional wedding ! processional, in a gown of white i silk jersey, featuring a low V-neckline, V-neckline, V-neckline, snug bodice, a long waistline, waistline, falling to gathers en train. ; The dress was accented by long I cocktail sleeves which were tight j to the elbow. She wore a beaded, i scalloped crown which held a fingertip veil trimmed with lace. The bridal arm bouquet was of j white roses, sweetpeas and calla ! and i ; with snue waist, can sleeves and fun skjrt. She carried a bouquet j lilies. i 0f vari-colored vari-colored vari-colored flowers. Brides-! Brides-! Brides-! A buffet supper followed the i maids were the bride's sister, Es- Es- j ceremony which commenced with , tner the groom's sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, i songs by Mrs. Gene Singer of Chi-the Chi-the j Mrs. Michael Winston, and Miss i cago, cousin of the bride, who . Dorothy Pasternak. These attend- attend- sang "Because." j ants wore respectively pink or- or- i The bride's mother wore a gown i gandy, chartreuse net, and blue I designed with a blue satin bodice jersey. They carried bouquets of and a black marquisette skirt. complementing colors. announce- i blue j was his brother's best man Alice Lipkind, four years old, and Sandy Shaw, five, made sweet flower girls, carrying tiny colonial bouquets. Alice wore pink organdy and Sandy wore a frock of white marquisette over satin. Dr. Jack Weinstein An- An- other brother, Michael Winston, Her corsage was of roses. Mrs. Weinstein watched her son's marriage marriage in a blue silk crepe gown, trimmed with blue lace at the neckline. She also wore roses. The newly-marrieds newly-marrieds newly-marrieds are honeymooning honeymooning in South Haven, Michigan, Michigan, and Cincinnati, Ohio. For going-away, going-away, going-away, the new Mrs. Winston Winston wore a blue wool crepe dressmaker dressmaker suit with dolman sleeves. Her cherry patent accessories matched the featured hat which completed her costume. The bride attended Milwaukee State Teachers' college, and was in training at Mount Sinai hospital, hospital, Chicago, in the Cadet Nurse Corps. Her husband attended Milwaukee State Teachers' college college before serving in the army I : for over three years, a year and a half of that time in the Euro-1 Euro-1 Euro-1 : pean tneatre.