Joseph Panek son of Felix Panek
' Ann Glod Junction. The church Yesko. The the tour home are series become avenue; tc pro There at in All to announcing Kozel, R. D. 4. was Rev. Repeqt NuptidVows MRS. JOSEPH E. NOVAK MRS. JOSEPH PANEK Reception After: Rite Audrey Hawk Marries J.E. Novak.In DuhBar St. Aloysius rectory, Dun r, was the scene of the November November 17th wedding of Audrej' E u v o n n e Hawk, daughter of Mrs. Pearl Hawk and the late James A. Hawk, Dunbar, R. D. I, and Joseph Ed vard Novak, son of the late Mr and Mrs. Joseph Novak and step on of Mrs. Mary Novak, R. D. 1, Jnionlown. The double ring ceremony was Â·ead by the Rev Fr. Palrick Kear rien, Dunbar. A gown of slipper satin was vorn by the bride. It featured a nylon yoke and lace-trimmed full kirl. Her illusion veil was trim ncd with seed pearls, and she arried -a bouquet of white mums and baby breath. * . ' Mrs. Marina .Sadpsky, Killeeri, Texas, was matron of honor. She wore a Nile green gown with a ace top and net skirt. Her flowers vere yellow mums and baby ireath. Mary Semachkb, Cool- pring, was bridesmaid. Her gown vas of fuschia taffeta and she also arried. yellow mums. Best man was John Evancheck, leppert boulevard, Uniontown. Charles Kokiko, Uniontown, was usher. Following the ceremony, a rc- icplion was held at the Carpatho- Russian club. The new Mrs. Novak s employed by the Auburn Rubber :ompany in Connellsville, and the iridegroom holds a position with he Duqucsne Light company. Jeff Moyer Jeff Mpyer, son of Mr. and Mrs George Aloycr, 362 Pittsburgh road celebralcd his third birthday anni versary Friday. He is (he grand son of .Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jloj-er Mt. Independence, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Porter, Hopwnod. ' D. K. Johnston .Group Arranges Yule Meet Members of the Donald Kent Johnston Auxiliary are arranging a Christmas party, for tomorrov evening at the home of Mrs. 0. C Cluss, Egglesfon street. Husbands of members are to be invited guests at the 8 o'clock gathering. Members arc remindet to bring gifts for their Prayer partner and the Sanla Glaus Club Wedding Announced Miss Puscian Wears Lace, Satin Gown Geneviova J. P u s c i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ptiscian, New Salem, became became the bride of Joseph E Panek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix.Panek, .also of New Salem, on November 17 in the Sacred Heart R. c. church Brownsville. The Rev. Julius Stefurosky officiated officiated at the double ring ceremony. ceremony. The bride wore an ivory Chantilly Chantilly lace and satin gown. Her illusion illusion -veil featured orange blossoms Â· and a Chanliily lace trim. Her bouquet bouquet was of white roses, centered wilh ,in orchid. Â· Helen Panek was maid ol honor, and she wore a shrimp colored taf- fcla and net goivn with a matching nal. Her flowers were green pompons pompons wilh a m u m center. Bridesmaids Bridesmaids were Sophie Puscian, sister of the bride; Jean Modclski, cousin cousin of the bride, Fairmont, W. Va,; and Betty Panek, sister of the bridegroom. Their gowns were green and styled identically like those of fhe maid of honor. They Â· carried cascade bouquets of r u s pompons wilh a. mum'center. Alvin C. Puscian, brother of the bride, was best man. .Ushers were Thomas M. Hvizdos, Louis S Panek and Eugene H.'Shimshock' * * * PARENTS'OF SON' Born Born in fhe local hospital at 2:15 a. m. today was a son for Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vilk, New Salem.