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TE E RECO R D-A R G US groom's mother chose navy blue with matching accessories and a similar corsage. Mrs. Philip Moroco, the bride's paternal grandmother, was remembered with a white corsage also. When the couple leave on an undisclosed honeymoon, the bride will be wearing a black and white sheath frock with black accessories, white hat and white orchid corsage. After Jan. 7, the new Mrs. Gesaler plans to reside with her parents, while her husband is to report for duty at Fort Benning, Ga. Wedding guests attended from Greenville and surrounding area, as well as frotn the Shenango Valley area. What's Cooking? Mrs. James L. G easier Annette Moroco and James Gessler Wed in Farrell Church Rite Today Lighted Christmas trees, greens and poinsettias adorning the altars at St. Ann's Church, Farrell, provided a.n appropriate Yuletide setting for the wedding of Miss Annette Moroco, Farrell, and James Leon Gessler, Greenville, this morning. The 9 a. m. mass, with musical background by the church choir and Donald R. Baskin, Greenville, was followed by a breakfast immediately after the ceremony at the home of the bride, and dinner at i p. m. at Eagle Grille for the immedate families and the bridal party. Several hundred guests 4- ! Am Not Worthy" and "Mother at Your Feet Is Kneeling", while the latter presented a bouquet of white carnations tp the. Blessed are expected this evening at the reception from 7 to 11 o'clock in Serbian Social Center. Bride Is Local Nurse A graduate nurse employed at Virgin Mother Greenville Hospital, the bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Moroco, 1646 Farrell Terrace, Farrell:'""She" was graduated from St. Michael's High School here and ,also from St. Vincent's Hospital School of Nursing, Erie, 1957. Mr. Gessler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Germaine Gessler, 48 South Race Street, also was graduated from St. Michael's High -School and is a private in the U. S^ Army. Rev. Fr. Jfrhn S. Cizmar was celebrant for the mass and double ring ceremony, and Sister Cecilia of St. Ann's presided at the organ. Mr. Baskin's selections included "Come Holy Ghost", Dupioni silk fashioned the bride's beautiful gown which was designed with, wristpoint sleeves, decollete neckline outlined with medallions of Florentine lace embedded with paillettes. Similar medallions adorned 'tlie hipline' of the long torso Tudor bodic.e, to which the very bouffant silk skirt was attached and .which extended floor-length, ,pver hoops, to form a chapel train. ' A regal Queen's crown of rhinestones and seed pearls held her four-tier silk , illusion veil, which was fingertip length, and her bouquet was a cascade arrangement of white cattleya orchids showered with stephanotis and satin ribbons. City, and- among- those discharged were Mrs. Geraldine Stitt' and daughter, Mercer R. D. 7. —Christmas guests in the home of Mr. arid Mrs. R. A. Pierotti, North Second Street, are their daughter, Sister Mary Raymond, Pittsburgh; son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Kenney (Margaret Pierotti), and children, George and Margaret Mary, of Chicopee Falls, Mass.; and their son,. James, who recently returned from a North Atlantic cruise and was separated from service with the U. S. Navy at Fall River, Mass. —Dan and Tom Donovan, students at St. Bonaventure's University, Olean, N. Y., are spending the Christmas vacation period with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace T. Donovan, North Second Street. • —Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McKinnon, Pittsburgh, were Christmas Day guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. McElree, Chambers Avenue. —Holiday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Calior, Plum Street, were Mrs. Calior's father, Edward Lally, and sister, Miss Nell Lally, Sharpsville, and a brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William McCabe, Cleveland. — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Soult and daughters, Doninne and Lurita, of Sarasota, Fla., formerly of Greenville, are spending the holi- I clays with their son, Terry, and Mrs. Soult's mother, Mrs. C. E. I Bacon. "Panis Angelicus", "O Lord, II She was given in marriage by her ' father. 1 Attendants in Blue The bride's attendants were Miss Jean Ann Hagarman, Greenville, close friend and classmate, maid of honor, Miss Terese Brown, another close friend, and Miss Lo,s Gessler, sister of the groom, ridesmaids. The flower girl was the bride's niece and godchild, Joan Danielle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniello, Greenville. . . ,;:;. The maid of honor and bridesmaids were gowned in embossed double faced satin in Commodore blue, fashioned with portrait necklines, cap shoulders, empire waistlines and princess style front. Large bows and panel inserts of deeper blue featured the backs of the gowns which were waltz- length. Their accessories included coq feathered hats sparkling with Iridescent sequins and with attached shoulder veils, matching mitts. The maid of honor carried a cascade of yellow feathered carnations centered with pale yellow sweetheart roses. Tlie bridesmaids' flowers were cascades of pink feathered carnations with pale pink Demure roses. The flower ;;irl carried a miniature of the | bridesmaids' bouquets, j Pvt. Gessler's attendants were his brother, Ronald Gessler, best man, and .William Wakefielcl, a friend, and Phil Moroco, brother of the bride. Dior blue lace with navy blue accessories and a white carnation corsage formed the ensemble worn by the bride's mother. The Your Weekly Food Review By The Associated Press Ham in a variety of styles and turkey in a variety of sizes will grace dinner tables and holiday parties in many American homes this weekend, judging by the offerings of the nation's supermarkets. Ham has become a strong seller for New Year's Day and the holiday period between Christmas and New Year's, meat men say. The meat's versatility and good taste cold as well as hot make it attractive for all types of entertaining. Turkey is popular for much the same reasons, which accounts for repeat offerings right after Christmas. Although most vegetables shipped from Florida are higher than normal because of the recent freeze there, the housewife can get outstanding buys in cabbage, potatoes and onions in areas where the staples are still available from nearby fields. Good buys are available in Western Iceberg lettuce, Idaho potatoes and Spanish-'type onions and spinach from Texas and Virginia fields. If you like collards, kale, mustard greens and turnip tops, these "greens" also are attractively priced. Western Pascal celery and carrots, escarole, sweet potatoes and sweet corn from Florida are fairly good buys. Somewhat higher are cucumbers,, .egg plant, endive, broccoli, beans, peppers, radishes, yellow and ^reen squash, tomatoes;"-peas; and cauliflower. Nearby apples, although tending toward ripeness, still rate as the best bargain- on most fruit counters. Their ripeness actually helps keep the price down, for they've got to be sold quickly. California Emperor grapes also are plentiful and attractively priced, along with limes and Anjou and Bosc pears. The crop of those varieties of pears is up 17 per cent this year. California oranges and lemons are cheaper this week, bringing them into the reasonable buy level, market'men say. Florida citrus because of the freeze and subsequent embargo, is still expensive but at. least prices are «no higher than a week ago. The first Hawaiian papayas of the season are coming to market now, along with a few from Flori- day. Avocados also are reasona bly priced and the Dominican Republic is shipping some coconuts here. Methodists to Begin Revival 7:30 Tonight A series of revival services start today in the Millbrook Methodist Church. The worship is scheduled for 7:30. Rev. Leo Cramer, Sandy Lake, will be guest speaker. He will preach nightly with the concluding service on New Year's night. SAYS Your Christmas Money in Quality R. Williams

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  2. 26 Dec 1957, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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