McCunney/Stanton wedding

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McCunney/Stanton wedding - O DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.) DAILY TIMES u .') ' '...
O DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.) DAILY TIMES u .') ' ' · Tuesday, October 2, 1962 town and county WEDDINGS j I Stanton, McCunney BROOKHAVEN--Miss Ann Marie Marie Stanton became Mrs. Edward Francis McCunney here Saturday in a ceremony performed by the Rev. John M. Galyo in Our Lady of Charity Catholic Church. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Stanton, 819 Trimble Blvd. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Robert McCunney, 2019 S. Alden St., Philadelphia, and the late Mr. McCunney. Mrs. Betty Holiingsworth was organist. The bride was given in _marriage by her father. The wedding breakfa"st"was in the Alpine Inn, Springfield. After they return from Miami Beach, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. McCunney will live in Philadelphia. The bride wore a peau de soie gown with long sleeves and a chapel length train. Alencon lace was used for trimming. A small crown held her veil and she carried carried a prayer book and orchids and roses. Miss Patricia Lachall of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, (he maid of honor, wore a floor length gold taffeta gown with a bell shaped skirt. Her headpiece was a matching rose, and she carried bronze chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids were Miss Dor- Joseph McCunney of Philadelphia Philadelphia was best man for his brother. brother. Seating the guests were his three brothers, Richard of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Francis of Holmes and Robert of Secanc. The bride is a graduate of Notre Dame Catholic Girls High School and the bridegroom, a draftsman at the Wcstinghouse Electric Corp., of West Catholic High School. Aldan othy Ann O'Donnell of Bywood, Miss Donna Marie Marks of Hatboro Hatboro and Miss Joyce Tomlinson of Ridley Park. Their emerald green gowns and headpieces were styled like that of the maid of honor and they carried yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Roger F. Pachor, new president of the ALDAN WOMAN'S WOMAN'S CLUB, has named chairman chairman of committees. The season will open with a covered dish supper and business meeting Monday at 6;.30 p.m. in the Community Room of the Providence Road School. In addition to the usual programs programs and workshops, the club will continue its campaign for a permanent home for the borough library. Library chairman, 'Mrs. Merrill Berthrong, reports a total of 5,500 volumes valued at $16,500 at the temporary quarters. More than 2,000 members are registered at the library. Seventy-

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 02 Oct 1962, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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