Michele's Mom and Dad Wedding
Mrs. Pine Richard S. p.m. of and from from Business this attended and U.S. by Corporation, Buffalo. MR. AND MRS. GLEE A. TURYBURY Janet E. Washbum Janet E. Washbum Becomes Bride of Glee A. Turybury Mr., and Mrs. Glee A. Tury- bury departed on a wedding trip to Cape Cod, Plymouth and Boston, Boston, Mass., and Connecticut following following their wedding in the Christian and Misionary Alliance Alliance Church on Saturday, June 7. The bride is the former Miss Janet Elaine Washburn, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Washburn Jr. of 82 Seneca St., Wellsville. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Floyd Turybury of Knights Creek Road, Scio, and the late Mr. Turybury. The Rev. Samuel W. McGarvey, McGarvey, pastor of the CMA Church, performed the double-ring ceremony ceremony at 2:30 p.m, before an al- tai 1 decorated with palms and candelabra entwined with -ivy arih Ifrrarigenents of white mums and -gladioli. The Rev. David Krehbiel of Little Falls was soloist, soloist, and was joined by Mrs. Krehbiel in a prayer duet, accompanied accompanied by John Washburn, organist, brother of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of rayon organza with chantilly lace bodice trimmed trimmed with seed pearls and French sequins, and chapel train. A crown of illusion petals and small satin roses held her elbow-length tiers of moline veiling. She carried an orchid and stephanotis bouquet. Mrs. Daniel Richter of Nyack was matron of honor, wearing a floor-length green gown with lace-edged floating back panel. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and ivy, tied with colored ribbon streamers. Bridesmaids 1 were Mrs. Ronald Ronald Washburn, sister-in-law of the bride; Miss Susan Jacobs, Calendar of Events (Events listed should be received received at least three days in advance of date.) TODAY Jaycees, Thornton VFW Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Bldg. 8:30 p.m., clubrooms. THURSDAY cousin of the bride; and Miss Janice Hornburg, another cousin, cousin, all of Wellsville. They wore gowns styled identically to- that of the matron of honor in blue, yellow and pink, respectively, and carried identical bouquets'. Rebecca Wilkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkins of Wellsville, was flower girl, wearing a lavendar gown similar similar to that of the other attendants attendants and carying a small basket basket of white pompons and yellow yellow roses. Her brother, Stephen Wilkins, was ringbearer. Gary Turbury of Wichita, Kan. was best man for his brother. Ushers wee Paul Leonard of Scio, Carl Wilkins of Wellsville and David Merry of RocKester. The bride's mother was at- iitired in a blue print georgette dress with white accessories, and an orchid corsage. The mother of the bridegroom chose an apricot jacket ensemble with white accessories, and an orchid orchid corsage. Immediately following the ceremony, ceremony, a reception was held in the Boandga Club, Scio, for approximately approximately 200 persons. Out of town guests were from Andover, Belmont,, Scio, Almond, Hornell, Hornell, Canisteo, Olean, Seneca Falls, Brooklyn, Rochester, Randolph Randolph and Nyack, N.Y., Edinboro, Edinboro, and Meadville, Pa., Wichita, Wichita, Kan., Texas and Califonia. A trio composed of Mrs. David Krehbiel, Miss Lynda Krehbiel and Miss Sharon Krehbiel sang at the reception. The bride is a graduate of Wellsville High School and attended attended Nyack Missionary College, College, Nyack, for two years 1 . She is employed by the Wellsville Office Office of the First Trust Union Bank. Mr. Turyburyi a graduate of Scio Central School and Alfred Alfred State College, served four years with the U.S. Navy. He is employed by Acme Electric Corp., Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Turybury will reside on Knights Creek Road, Scio. » Prenuptial affairs included a dinner and shower at Long Vue Restaurant, given by the bride's co-workers; a variety shower given by women of the CMA Church; a "Knights Creek neighborhood variety shower," given by Mrs. Dan Leonard and Miss Elaine Leonard; and a rehearsal party given by the bride's parents in their home. at are: reporter.