Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
At a family wedding in St. Mat thews Church in Saltsburg on Au gtlst 22, 1853 at 10 a.m., Grace Arminta McKee, daughter of Mr thd Mrs. LeRoy McKee of Salts burg, became the bride of Walter Edward Liboski, son of Steve LI OOski and the late Mrs. Liboski o: Nowrytown. Father Valerian Ma hala performed the double ring ceremony. JThe bride's floor length gown Wjas of Chantilly lace over net and bridal satin, styled with a fitted bodice, long pointed sleeves and a Queen Anne collar, which was trjmmed 4n rhlnestones and seed pearls. Her fingertip veil of nylon illusion fell from a Juliet cap made frbm the same lace as the gown. She carried a cascade of white carnations carnations centered with a white orchid. orchid. The maid of honor and only attendant, attendant, Dorothy Sosnick of Iselin, wore a Nile green strapless gown of. lace and net over taffeta with a Jafce bolero jacket. She carried a cr;ecade_pf yellow carnations. (Coffman Photo) Stanley Liboaki, brother of the groom, was best man. The bride's mother wore a grey and white striped nylon dress and Miss Mary Liboski. sister of the groom, wore a light blue shantung dress. Both wore black accessories accessories and pink rosebud corsages. A reception was held at the home of the bride at 6 p.m. for approximately approximately 125 guests. For her going away outfit, the iride chose a navy and white dress with navy accessories and a white orchid corsage. The bride, a graduate of Salts- mrg High School and Duffs-Iron 2ty College, is presently employed in the office of Federal Laborator- es, Inc. at Tunnelton. The groom is a graduate of Elders Elders Ridge High School and is a veteran of the Korean War. At >resent, he is co-owner of Liboski's Market in Saltsburg Extention. After a honeymoon to Virginia, he newlyweds are making their lome with the groom's father in Nowrytown.