Joann Sister of the Bride

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Joann Sister of the Bride - 4—Mlina IvifiSftg Saturday, May 6, 1961",...
4—Mlina IvifiSftg Saturday, May 6, 1961", SOCIETY Indiana Grange Had Flower Arrangements Shown at Meeting Indiana Grange 1656 met in the Community Center Building Thursday evening, May 4 at 3 o'clock. Under the regular Grange session a letter was read from .1. Collins McSparren. Master of Pa. State Grange, expressing his and Mrs. McSparren's. appreciation for the kindness shown to them during their visit to Indiana and his appreciation for the work the Indiana Grange is accomplishing. The Charter was draped and resolutions read on the passing of three members. The program was in charge of the Home Economics Committee. Patty Fabon played two piano selections, Cindy Fitzgerald gave x reading, and Walter Mikesell sang a solo, accompanied by his mother Mrs. Thomas Mikesell. Miss Peggy Nesbitt and Helen Puskar from the Extension Office showed slides of Flower arrangements, telling why the arrangement was so and so. First, was the oriental method; second, the traditional, and third, the modern. For artistic reason and to set off the beauty of flowers, prpbably we shouldn't just jam them in a vase. The Social hour for the next meeting, May 18 will be in the form of a box sociaJ. To every- Grange woman, here is your time to do your bit. Please pack sandwiches, cake, fruit or what you will, a lunch for two, in a box, which will be sold at auction. You eat with the person who purchases your box. The more who come the merrier the evening will be. Mark this date on your calendar; and help put the social over the top as was done last year. Coffee will be furnished by the social committee, S.W. Miller Honored By Library Board The members of the Board of Directors of the Blairsville Public Library, with their guests, held a dinner meeting at "The Crest" near New Alexandria, Friday evening, April 28, The affair was in honor of S. W. Miller who recently retired as president of the Board after acting in that capacity since 1926. Mr. Miller became a member of the library board in 1914 and has given almost fifty years of devoted service to the institution. He has always been deeply interested in the educational and cultural development of Blairsville and has spared no effort in Wed In Sacred Heart Church In Sagamore MR. AND MRS. EVERETT DEMBROSKY On the morning of April 8, 1961, at 10:30 a.m., Janice Bernice Bonacci of Plumville was given in marriage by her father, Louis J. Bonacci, to Everett Dembosky of Creekside. Father Carl Milano, pastor of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Sagamore, officiated in the ceremony which was followed by mass. The wedding took place before the altar beautifully decorated with white lilies and red tulips. Miss Mary Ann Gundy, soloist, sang "On ThiG Day" as the bride came down the aisle to meet her betrothed, and "Mother at Your Feet" as she placed a bouquet of white pom pons at the feet of the statue of the Virgin Mary. The "Ave Maria" was sung during (he ceremony. The bride was lovely in a floor length gown of white, sequin studded organza over taffeta. The bodice and long, pointed sleeves were of Chantilly lace with a sequin scatter. The train, also of Chantilly lace, extended into a chapel sweep. Her fingertip veil was of sequin studded organza with a scalloped border, and the tiara was also of sequins. The bride carried a single white orchid and white pearl rosaries on her wedding day. The maid of honor, Mrs. Joann Varholick, sister of the bride, wore a dress of blue pure silk over '-taffeta; the sleeves were full. Her tiara was matching blue bordered with pearls. She carried a single purple orchid. Miss Karen Bailey of Franklin was bridesmaid. She wore a dress of pink taffeta with a lace bodice. Her tiara matched the color of her dress and had also a pearl border. She carried a single purple orchid. The groom chose Michael Var- holick of Maple Heights, Ohio, as his best man and Victor of Sagamore as usher. Mrs. Ann Bonacci. mother of the bride, wore a beige and gold silk brocade sheath with a matching hat. She chose yellow accessories, including a corsage of yellow rose-buds. Following ihe ceremony, a dinner was held for the immediate families of the bride and groom, at Wdodlawn Restaurant. The new Mr. and Mrs. Dembosky enjoyed a trip to an undisclosed place for their honeymoon. Mr. Dembosky is a student in the Business Education Department of Indiana State College, and Mrs. Dembosky is in the English Department at the same college. They are now at home to their friends in Plumville. (Photo by-Bender Studio)

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 06 May 1961, Sat,
  3. Page 20

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