cepro -banko wedding party
CEPRO-BANKO CEPRO-BANKO CEPRO-BANKO WEDDING PARTY Miss Mary Ann Cepro, who will;"1', marry John Banko Jr., oil Saturday, Saturday, June 2, has asked Miss Flor- Flor- Iiolella lo serve as Maid of Honor for the open church wed-Ihe wed-Ihe in St. Vitus church, Miss Mary Lou Fire. Miss Thresa Cojjple. Miss Sylvia Caufiey, Miss Viola Toschi, Miss Patricia Per her cousin and Miss Sally Ciccerone, will be bridesmaids and lillle Connie Ann. Pagley will act as flower girl. Besides Ihe bridegroom, Hussol Uram will serve as best man with Jack Mehalic, John Emery, Julian Cwynar, Arnold Panella, James Palmer and Domenick Palmer Jr. ; ushering. Miss Lepra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cepro of 115 Friend ship St. and Mr. Tianko, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Banko Sr.. of IB Charters St. will repeat their iwcddinR pledge in St. Vitus church at a iiign Miptial mass at I) H.m. Open church will be observed. A reception will be held in the: evening in King Humbert's ball on Division SI.