Marriage Duksta and Gerrone
8 Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Standard-Speaker, Standard-Speaker, Saturday, November 28, 1964 Married to Donald Gerrone 4 Mrs. Donald Miss Dorothy Theresa Duksta, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Duksta and the late John Duksta, 673 North James street, was married to Donald Angelo Gerrone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Gerrone, 887 North Vine street, on November November 14. Rev. Victor J. Kupstas celebrated the nuptial high mass and performed the double rinji ceremony at Ss. Peter and Paul's Lithuanian Church. The couple re ceived the Apostolic Blessing of Pope Paul VI. The bride presented a bouquet of blue and white carnations at the statue of the Blessed Mother. The altar was decorated with vases of Fall colored chrysanthemums, and a white carpet was used on the church aisle. Given in marriage by her bro ther, John Duksta, Jr., the bride wore a white velvet gown with fit ted satin bodice, over which she wore a short white velvet jacket with jewel neckline, and elbow shy sleeves trimmed with white velvet appliques. The bell shaped skirt had white velvet appliques around the waist and down the side, and a detachable aisle wide white satin tram. She wore a bouf fant silk illusion veil with a hand' rolled edge arranged on a white velvet crown pillbox trimmed with aurora borealis and pearls. She wore wrist length white kid gloves and carried a cascade bouquet of white butterfly roses, white ste- ste- phanotis and a white orchid nestled in starlight m aline and springreo foliage with matching streamers Miss Pauline Stefanick, Free land, was maid of honor, and won a romance blue velveteen floor length gown with a fitted bodice. Sabrina neckline, long sleeves pointed at the wrists, and a bell shaped skirt, with a romance blue satin cummerbund and satin rose in back. She wore a matching blue double crown headpiece of velvet flowers trimmed with pearls and a bouffant, veil, matching blue shoes. and carried a cascade bouquet of pumpkin colored natural carnations, carnations, colored wheat and oak leaves foliage nestled in pumpkin maline with streamers to match. Bridsemaids were Joanne La-gana, La-gana, La-gana, Lattimer, cousin of the bridegroom, and Mary Lashefsky, Beaver Meadows. They wore gown? to match the maid of honor's, and carried similar bouquets. . Anita Anderson, Beaver Meadows, Meadows, niece of the bride, was flower girl, and wore a romance blue velveteen gown with short sleeves, romance blue satin cummerbund cummerbund with back satin rose, matching blue double crown headpiece headpiece of velvet flowers trimmed with pearls and a bouffant veil. She wore short white gloves, and BRIGHT f" - NEW COIOR FOR FADED FABRICS lis .iiijjiw A. Gerrone carried a colonial bouquet of pumpkin colored natural carnations, carnations, colored wheat and oak leaves foliage nestled in pumpkin maline with matching streamers. Henry Grobelny, West Hazleton. was best man, and ushers were Louis Fedullo and Maurice Um briac, Jr., this city. Mrs. Edwina Ustynoski presided at the organ and sang Mother at Thy Feet is Kneeling, 0 Sacred Heart, 0 Lord, I Am Not Worthy, ana Ave Maria. The bride's mother wore a peacock peacock blue double knit suit wit!i matching blue hat and black accessories. accessories. Each wore a corsage of golden rapture roses nestled in gold maline and gold ribbon bows. After a reception in Lobitz's Hawaiian Hawaiian Room, the couple left to spend a honeymoon in New York City. For traveling the bride wore a two-piece two-piece two-piece aqua wool dress with matching coat, black kid shoes and purse and gloves. The couple will reside in Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, where the bridegroom is employed as an accountant at Crucible Crucible Steel Co. of America. The bride was graduated from Hazleton High School and was employed employed as a bookkeeper at Hazleton Hazleton Buick Co., West Hazleton. The bridegroom was graduated from Hazleton High School and Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University where he received a BS degree in Business Administration. Out of town guests were from New Jersey, Broomall, Bristol, Croydon, Philadelphia, Tamaqua, Kulpmont, and Clarks Summit. Cooking Is Fun DINNER FOR FOUR Skillet Steak with Mushrooms Buckwheat Groats Broccoli Salad Bowl Bread Tray Fruit and Cheese Beverage SKILLET STEAK WITH MUSHROOMS 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 1V4 cups thin strips onion (1 large) 1 can (6 ounces) sliced broiled mushrooms, drained with liquid reserved V teaspoon each dry mustard and paprika 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 beef bouillon cube 1V4 cups pencil-thick pencil-thick pencil-thick 2-inch 2-inch 2-inch long strips of cooked steak 1 container (8 ounces) sour cream Salt and freshly ground pepper In a 10-inch 10-inch 10-inch skillet in the hot butter, gently cook the onion and drained mushrooms until onion is golden 20 to 30 minutes; push to one side. To free side of skillet, add Vi cup of the reserved mush room liquid, the mustard, paprika, Worcestershire sauce and beef bouillon cube; stir over very low heat to dissolve cube without evap orating liquid. Add steak and sour cream; mix well; heat but do not boil. Add salt and pepper to taste. Makes 4 servings. We like to use rare-cooked rare-cooked rare-cooked steak for this dish so that the meat does not get over done. 1 i .... - - - !