Aunt Kays wedding
Kathryn Dorsey Becomes Bride ofAlvin J. Palmer J ; Mr.s. Esther Skoog Fredrickson Knapp Creek --Miss Kathryn M. Dorsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Dorsey, Knapp Creek, N. the bride of Alvin J. Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, State Line, Pa., in a ceremony performed i First Methodist Church. Bradford,: Â· at at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. ; i ty Methodist Church, Knapp The Rev. George Heath, pastor i creek for 250 guests. A four of Trinity Methodist Church, Knapp i we diiins cake was surrounded by Creek, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated decorated in palms, white carnations and candelabra. Robert G-reeley, Knapp abra. Robert Greeley. Knapp Creek, presided at the organ and E. H. IJndgren, Olean, sang "Because," "Because," and "O Promise Me." "The Lord'* Prayer" was played softly during the ceremony. ' Miss Jean Dorsey was maid of honor for her sister and Miss Jean ! green fern and white flowers. For traveling the bride wore aqua gabardine suit with white accessories and a corsage of white roses and swansonia. Upon return from their trip the couple will reside in Olean, N.Y. Mrs. Palmer was graduated from the Olean High School and is employed in the Olean High School office. Mr. Palmer was graduated from the Otto Township U . Army. Qulgley and Mlra Eleanor Atwood, Olean, N. Y., friends of the bride, were bridesmaids. _ , , , Out ot town guesw attended Homer Palmer served hte brother j C i evelandi Warrerii O ; Syracuse, as best man and ushers were Sidney Sidney Palmer Jr., James Dorsey Jr., John Heicz, Lawrence Cauvel, and Walter Brown. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a white nylon marquisette gown with jewelry neckline and insert of Chantilly lace. The full skirt ended with a Buffalo. New York City, Portville, and Olean. N. Y.; Chicago, 111.; Warren, Lock Haven, and Bradford, Pa. and Lafayette, Ind. Pre-nuptial showers for the bride included variety showers given by Mrs. Charles Matson, Mrs. Byron Lawson and Mrs. John Mussltl; Mrs. Stewart Greeley, Mrs. Robert chapel length train. Her fingertip ) p e pp erd i ne and MrÂ£ . kichard Nen- Â· 30 Mrs. Sidney Palmer, and Miss Eleanor Atwood. A rehearsal party veil of French illusion fell from a net and pearl shadow brim framing the face. She wore a strand ot pearls, gift of the bridegroom. Her bouquet was of white roses, baby's i given by Mrf? sidney Pa i mer . breath and swansonia. i The maid of honor wore a or- ' chid gown of . nylon marquisette over taffeta witn Peter Pan collar, cap sleeves, and bands of taffeta design on the skirt. She wore a i ,-, -. . --. . matching picture hat and mifcts.*} i^OOKltlQ 1\J. CetlTi The bridesmaids wore gowns of aqua ! Glrl ^^^ ^ oop No . 14 of and yellow 'in Identical style to the ! CUy enjoyed a cook . out at maid of honor. They carried arm |. Giri Scout Dav c , Ferndust bouquets of roses and mixed now- ! West Branch, Friday afternoon and no: Mrs. L. A. Snyder, Mrs. Strand and Mrs. Eugene Northup"; i ,'. ,'. M CLVe ,, jCOlllS the Mrs. Dorsey, mother of the bride. selected a print dress with beige background and wore accessories of i roses. The bridegroom's mother se- ' evening. One-pot meals were used. The : Four Leaf clover and Green Monkey Patrols were responsible for i cooked meal while the Buttercup lected a gray and pink print dress | ""l^fJj? had ***** Â° f an ' with white accessories and a cor-' other hot dl * b sage sage of white roses. ' The Chick-a-Dee Patrol planned The grandmother of the bride, j l h e beverage and dessert. Out-door Mrs. Alice Dorsey, wore a light i! houeskeeping was the nrst tWng f N blue print dress with white acces- I the ^rls worked on when they ar- j series and 'a corsage of white car- ! riv ed in the afternoon. They gath- i ered and classified wood and built nin K- two fires for the cooking. The meal Th nations. The bridegroom's grandmother, grandmother, Mrs., Minnie Homer wore a light gray dress -with black accessories accessories and nations. was served at 6:30 p.m. corsage of white car- I Activities taken- up were hiking, j A reception was held in the Trin- laying and reading wails, mammal tracks, bird study which Included !