Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
IRosemarie George, Iharles Morinchin Wed At Cornwall Miss Rosemarie George, daughter if Mabel George: of Cornwall, became the bride of Charles Joseph Morinchin, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Vlichael Morinchin, 25 Miners Vil- age, Cornwall, at 2 o'clock p. m. Saturday, in the Cornwall Methodist Church. Rev. Thomas Young •ead the single ring ceremony. The church was decorated with vhite chrysanthemums and lilies in he altar vases. Prior to the cere- omony, Harold Light, church organist, presented a fifteen minute recital. The bride was attired in a white •oile dress, white hat and gloves and black accessories. She wore a corsage of red roses. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meily Jr., friends of the couple. Mrs. Meily was dressed like the bride except her dress was of blue voile. Her corsage was of red roses Following the ceremony, a re ception was held at the home of the bridegroom. The newly married couple will reside at 25 Miners Village. The bride is a graduate of Corn wall High School and is employed by the Rexmont Mills. Her husband graduated from Cornwall High School, attended Lebanon Vallej College and was recently discharg ed from the U.S. Air Force. He is employed at the Cornwall Ore Mines.