Janet Robinson Bane wedding

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Janet Robinson Bane wedding - 'Janet R. Bane Repeats Vows In Pretty Church...
'Janet R. Bane Repeats Vows In Pretty Church Service Janet Rob nson Bane, daughter r r r . j m T ri.;.. I 01 iur. anu iua i. t-unr t-unr t-unr iwuui- iwuui- son, 1503 Ninth street, became the bride of John Timothy Crimens. son of 'Mrs. Edward Orimens. Fredonia. N. V., at j i2:30 p. m. yesterday in the First I Presbyterian church. j The brides pastor, the Kev. Dr. Walter Lowrie Riiter, officiated officiated at the double-ring double-ring double-ring cers-mony. cers-mony. cers-mony. Mrs. L. M. Nugent, or-Ranist. or-Ranist. or-Ranist. played traditional wed-tinE wed-tinE wed-tinE music, and accompanied I Miss Phyllis Bland, cousin of tlo bride, for the sinpins of rrom All the World I've Chosen You" and "Because". White flowers and ferns added added to the Christmas decorations, beaulilied the church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a traveling traveling suit of wine with winter-white winter-white winter-white accessories and a corsagi of white gardenias. The bride's attendant was her friend. Miss Jean Goforth, Lake Pharlrs N. Y attired in a j whjte-wine whjte-wine whjte-wine suit with black acces sories and a corsage of yellow roses. The best man was Ralph Cranston, close friend of the bridegroom, Fredonia. N. Y. Ushering was James Edgar Robinson. Robinson. Jr.. brother of the bride. The mother of the bride wore black with pink accessories, and viracp ot D111K roses. i "c . mnfhpp .vas attired jn crey with pjni accessories ana a corsage of pink roses. Following a dinner and reception reception at the Penn Alto hotel, the couple left for poinls east for their honeymoon. They will re- re- !side in Fredonia. N. Y. He is a law student at the University ot Buffalo. The bride was graduated from the Altoona Hiph school, and attended attended Gettysburg college. He was graduated from the Fre-rtnnia Fre-rtnnia Fre-rtnnia State Teachers college and Ui tended the University of Mis- Mis- ouri. He spent three years and fen months in the Coast Artillery, Anti-Aircraft. Anti-Aircraft. Anti-Aircraft. TB Society, Blair Salon To Give Play Blair Salon 261 in cooperation with the Blair County Tuberculosis Tuberculosis society will present the play, "Grandma .Tells a Story", tomorrow at 12:30 noon over the radio station WFBG, under the direction of Radio Chairman, Chairman, Mrs. William White. In the radio skit and music the performers will be the Girl Scouts of Troop 21. Holy Ros-ary Ros-ary Ros-ary Catholic church, Juniata. Mrs. Marie C. Martin will take the part of Grandma. Donna Lego Lego will be Pat, and the troop will sing songs, The songs to be used are "O Come All Ye Faithful", "Silent Night", and "Away In a Manger". Manger". The Girl Scouts participating are: Suzanne Edmundson. Carole Lamade, Dolores Lockard. Nancy Nancy Lamade, Carolyn- Carolyn- Edmund-son, Edmund-son, Edmund-son, Helen Wogan, Bonnie Smith, Alarilyn Jean Olson, Donna McClarsen, Jane Shaffer, Mary Ann Delamcey, Donna Lego, Lego, Ruth Sperl, Bernice Weig-and, Weig-and, Weig-and, Doris Cook. Phillis Calder-wood, Calder-wood, Calder-wood, Kay Templeton, Janet Edwards. Nancy Yost. Eleanor Huber, Thelma Inin. Carol Mc-Kinney, Mc-Kinney, Mc-Kinney, Rose Mary Fischer, Dolores Dolores Huber and Adelaide Huber. WEDDINGS Fuld Boal The Little Church Around the Corner in New York City was the scene of a Christmas Eve wedding ceremony at 6 o'clock when Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Boal. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Boal, 1226 Hamilton avenue, avenue, Tyrone, became the bride

Clipped from Altoona Tribune30 Dec 1946, MonPage 9

Altoona Tribune (Altoona, Pennsylvania)30 Dec 1946, MonPage 9
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