Wedding announcement: Stanley R. Wolfe and Mary Frances Rickey.
Miss Mary Frances Rickey Is Wed to Stanley R The Farmers Valley United Brethren church, on Saturday evening, May 1, at 6:30 o'clock, was the scene wedding, when Miss Mary Frances Rickey, daughter and Mrs. Robert E. Kraft, Smethport R. D. 2, bride of Stanley Ross Wolfe, son of Mr, and Mrs. Wolfe, Smethport, R. D. 3. L, " 8 The couple stood before an altar' J decorated with bouquets of white J 1 gladioli arranged against a background background of ferns and palms with lighted candles. The. Rev. Willis Chase performed the double ring 1 ceremony. Pews were decorated with white ribbon and small bouquets of yellow Jonquils. Organist, Mrs. Esther Burdick Burdick of 'Smethport played appropriate appropriate "With "Tales from the Vienna Woods," j awarded to Mrs. Frank Taylor, "I Love You Truly," "Bridal Chorus" Joseph O'Neil and Mrs. Samuel from Lohengrin and Mendelssohn's Graham. Lunch was served at wedding music including This Ring I Thee Wed," Anderson, Bride-elect, Is Guest of Honor Miss Jean Anderson, bride-elect of Dick Walters, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Thomas Marsh Friday evening at the home of her mother, Mrs. J Steckmeyer, 86 West Corydon St. Bridge was played and prizes "Wedding March." I bridge tables which were decorated The bnde, given in marriage by 1 with centerpieces of floating candles her father, selected a gown of white j and daffodils. Miss Anderson marquisette fashioned with a round- i ceived numerous gifts. , ed neckline and long pointed sleeves.' The guest list included: Mrs. The full skirt ended in a long train. Thomas Howe, Mrs., Howard A tiera of seeded pearls held herl en, Mrs. Donald Digel, Mrs. fingertip veil in place and her only I Perry, Mrs. Robert Steckmeyer, jewelry was a single strand of j Mrs. Paul Monjar, Mrs. Jack Weav- pearls, a gift of the bridegroom.! er, Mrs. Donald Steckmeyer, Mrs. She carried a bouquet of Easter lil- Jack Taylor, Mrs. Max Weaver, lea and gardenias. Mrs. Milton Wright Jr., sister of Harold Johnson, Mrs. Frank .Wolfe, Mrs. William Lester, Mrs. Taylor, the bride, was matron of horfor. She! Mrs. O'Neil and Mrs. Graham. w,ore a gown "of yellow dotted swiss made with a rounded neckline and cap sleeves. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow gladioli, and wore a single strand of pearls, a gift of mann, of Houston, Texas, was . the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Anna Miss Betty Hinckley, Miss Delia Seal, Miss Dorothy Jill Anderson, Miss Lois Brown, the honored guest and the-hostess. Mrs. George Fuer- I out-of-towh guest. the bride, and Miss Helen Skinner, cousin of the bride, also of Smeth-I port. j They wore identical gowns of light green dotted swiss featuring rounded rounded necklines and cap sleeves. They carried bouquets or pink gladioli, and also wore single strands of pearls, gifts from the bride. Miss Sandra Skinner and Miss Carol Anne Skinner, both of Bordell, Bordell, cousins of the bride,' acted as flower girls. Their gowns of yellow clotted swiss were styled identical with big bertha collars, cap sleeves and sashes. They carried baskets trimmed with yel- tow ribbon and filled with rose petals, which they strewed in the path of the bride. George Dean, of East Smethport, Â·erved as best man and Mr. Wolfe vas also attended by his brother, Robert Wolfe. Ushers ware Radford Gamble, of East Smethport, and William Skinner of Bordell, uncle of the bride. Mrs. Kraft, mother of the bride, *ore a blue suit dress with acces- 1 hostess, eories of blue and white. Mrs. Wolfe, j mother of the bridegroom, chose a brown suit dress with yellow acces-' lories. Both wore corsages of white gardenias. Following the ceremony a reception reception was held at the home of the Marie McKeirnan and Miss Betty S/f Â· ,, Ross, of Smethport, classmates of ITllSS f~* . . vrUeSl ill ln Foster Brook bride-elect of Robert Jewell, of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. Bridge was played' and , prizes awarded. Lunch was served by the hostess at a table centered with a miniature bride and bridegroom, the base of which was banked with snapdragons, white stock and yellow yellow shasta daisies. Tall tapers completed completed the decorations. Guests present were: Miss Jean Kilbury, Miss Margaret Jean Eysinger, Eysinger, Miss Marcella Henry, Miss Viola Smith, Miss Clare Iverson, Miss Peggy Carlson, Miss Jane Rizzuti Rizzuti ^nd Miss Betty Echelberger. Mrs. Jack VanNette, Mrs. Barbara Barbara Moore, Mrs. Jerry Smeigh, Oran Goehrlng, Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Charles Rowe was hostess | Friday night at a miscellaneous! -shower given in her home at Brook in honor of Miss Ruth Mead, the honored guest and specla 1 Officers of the Bradford Council of Church Women will meet with bride's parents for 150 guests. The bridal table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. bridegroom. A bouquet of spring flowers and streamers completed the decoration. decoration. The newlyweds left on a wedding trip to unannounced points and upon upon return will reside at 110 Main Bt., Smethport. For traveling Mrs. Wolfe cÂ£ose a two-piece black suit, black accessories and a gray coat. Her corsage was of gardenias. Mrs. Wolfe is a graduate of the the Juvenile Court in Pittsburgh, Bmethport High school, class of i will be the speaker. i947, and is employed by Gamble's Preceding the luncheon the an- Bradford Council Church Women j To Hold Luncheon r~lf Â·finjwe cif tVifl BT-Q rl f r t ^ / 1 . members of the Committee for May Fellowship luncheon tomorrow af ternoon at l o clock. The will be at the home of Mrs. Berthold Jackstelt, president of the council, at 61 Congress St. Final arrangements will be made for the Fellowship luncheon to be held at the East End Presbyterian church on Friday, May 7, at l:15| i r f _ p. m, At this time Miriam S. | Brown, prominent case worker for Grocery in East Smethport. Mr. Wolfe attended Smethport Pigh school and was a member of toe U. S. Air Force for 32 months. He is now employed at the Rew Machine Machine Shop. Out-of-town guests included: Mrs. H. W. Moore and son, Robert, Miss Adelaide Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Sdward Wolfe, Jr. and Mrs. Robert Kriner, Miss Ruby Goodman, and Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Healy, all of Bradford. Mrs. Grace Rickey, Miss Beverly. Rickey and' Mr. and Mrs. Fred JUckey, of Salamanca; Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Dean, Mrs. John Owen and Frank Eastman, of Shinglehouse. Shinglehouse. Mr. and Mrs. William Ross, of Custer City; and Mr. and Mrs. Phil- Hp Adams, of Franklinville, N. Y. 'nual business meeting of the council council will open at 12:30 p. m. All delegates are expected to attend. AWNINGS Business and Residential Dial 4745 for Free Estimate -- UPHOLSTERING -H. -H. A. Cuilford, Bradford,