Bogaczyk-Duksta

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Bogaczyk-Duksta - HAZLETON, PA'., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Bride Of...
HAZLETON, PA'., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Bride Of Charles A. Duksta I A .-hi-:!;... .-hi-:!;... .-hi-:!;... .-hi-:!;... .-hi-:!;... v !h M' - i$m - '' i X S V V s Mrs. Charles A. Duksta I'ane Miss Loretta C. ! studded with iridescent sequins a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bogaczyk of 773 Carson street, was married to Charles A. Duksta, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Duksta of 673 James street, this city. Rev. Daniel Olszewski performed the cham-'double ring ceremony September j 13 at 9 a.m. in St. Stanislaus jChurch. After a reception at the Eagles ballroom, the couple left on a wedding trip to the Poconos. They will reside at 500 East Dia- Dia- imond avenue, this city, j The bride was given in marriage by her father, and wore a white nylon tulle and rosepoint lace ! gown. The fitted bodice had a slight scoop neckline outlined in ihandclipped rosepoint floral motifs i - . . j .i i ...:u :: .j - j j pearls, and long lace sleeves form- form- Shen-Iin2 Points over lhe wrists. Her full, !Eathered skirt of tulle feU into 1 1 A " t If . 3 . chaPf train, extending from the hipline and featured floral motifs of hand clipped rosepoint lace studded with iridescent sequins throughout. The tulle skirt fell over an all-ruffled all-ruffled all-ruffled net skirt over satin. Her fingertip length lace-edged lace-edged lace-edged veil of imported French fusion was arranged on a white Bogaczyk,.! poudre blue waltz length gowns with fitted bodices, scoop necklines necklines laced with romance blue chiffon, falling into flying back panels, short doll sleeves, and full gathered skirts. They wore romance romance blue sequin and pearl crowns with poudre blue circular veils. Their colonial bouquets were of pink roses and white mums with blue streamers. Robert Nemchick was best man. Ushers were Raymond Santoroski, Frank Dzuba and Joseph Geremza. Miss Clara Kiser presided at the organ. St. Stanislaus choir sang "Ave Maria," and "Panis Angelicus." Angelicus." The bride's mother wore a rose beige lace dress with brown acces sories. The bridegroom's mother) chose a light blue lace dress with; black accessories. Both the bride and bridegroom attended Hazleton High School. Mrs. Duksta is employed at the Publix Shirt Corp., while her husband husband is employed as a painter. Out of town guests were from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Lees-port. Lees-port. Lees-port. 'metallic queen's crown of pearl and rhinestones. She carried two white orchids and stepanotis on a prayer book. Mrs. Dolores Santoroski was matron matron of honor for her sister. She wore a waltz-length waltz-length waltz-length romance blue gown with a fitted bodice, scoop neckline laced with poudre blue chiffon which fell into flying panels in back, short doll sleeves and a full, gathered skirt. She wore a poudre blue pearl and sequin crown with a romance blue circular veil. Her colonial bouquet of pink roses and whit mums had blue streamers. Bridesmaids were Dorothy Duk """"moiM ""'"J sta Edna Mae Podlesney and "iGeraldine Scarcella. They wore ESTABLISHING AUTHORITY TUCSON, Ariz. (JP) Here's how an unidentified Tucson teacher teacher described his method of establishing establishing discipline in his classroom: classroom: "Get into your high school classroom classroom before' the class shows up the first day. Put the waste basket near the door. After the classroom classroom is filled you march in late. Slam the door, kick the waste basket across the room and thunder thunder in your loudest voice, 'Who left that thing in front of the door?" Cooks can not be over-cautioned over-cautioned over-cautioned when it comes to storing frozen foods. Keep such foods frozen until ready to use.

Clipped from The Plain Speaker27 Sep 1958, SatPage 9

The Plain Speaker (Hazleton, Pennsylvania)27 Sep 1958, SatPage 9
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