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Mary Sheehan Is Married To Robert Leonard in Tulsa, OkJa.--Announcement is made of the marriage j 7:30 of Miss Mary, Catherine Sheehan, daughter of Frank Sheehan, 1302 South Denver Ave., formerly of Bradford, | Pa and the late Mrs. Sheehan, and Robert William Leonard, "' , i Beta Psl Sorority at son of Mrs. John F. ^eomird^o!, ^ | 7;30 p m loday _ Sigma Alpha Phi Washington, D. C., and the late Mr. Leonard, formerly of Bradford. The double ring performed at ceremony was Discusses Plans nuptial mass at y, Nov. 1 2 , In the I T , r , . . 7 r, Holy Family Cathedra! in Tulsa I /' Of llOUildy IJatlCe with the'Kt.Hev. Msgr. Victor Reed I pi,,^ for the annual Christmas officiating. . I dunce, to be held at the Pennhllls Altar Decorated The altar vases were filled with white chrysanthemums arid south ern smilflx festooned the altar rail. Torches holding lighted tapers were placed at either side of the altar. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs.. Corn Greer, organist, who accompanied W. Nolan Sheehan, cousin of the bride who rfang "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother," ''Ave Maria." "Panis An- gellcus" and "Oh Lord I Am Not Worthy." The bride was escorted to thi altar by her father. She wore an ankle-length gown of muted pink satin designed with n wide V-fronl neckline short sleeves and on eithei side of the skirt front were full shirred panels ending In pockets a the hlpline. Her hat of muted pink feathered brim had a crown and veil of matching tulle. She wore matching glace long gloves and carried a whlt prayer book with a cluster of pink, gardenias on top, with showers o, pink satin ribbons. glntcr JVEnld of Honor Miss Dorothy Jane Sheehan, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a street length dress of French blue chiffon wool. The neck of the bodice was low in the front and the skirt Iripered to n narrow line at the bottom. Her small hat was of matching hue, trimmed with wings and iier gloves were of lighter tone. She carried n bouquet of pink and yellow fugli mums. John M, Leonard, Chevy Chase, Md., served as best man for his brother nnd ushers were Edward F. Leonard, Washington, D. C., also a brother, and J. Edward Daley, of Tulsn. Mrs. J. V. Horrlgan, nunt of the bride, wore n street-length drews of royitl blue crepe with black accessories and a corsage of gnrdenlns. Mr*, Leonard wns attired In a rose changeable taffeta dress which she complemented with black acccs- norles and wore a blending corsage, Mr, Sheehan was'host at K, reception nt Southern Hills Country Club following; the ceremony.'The bridal pnrty stood in. front of ,thc fireplace which was banked with woodwnrdiiV;ferns. White urns filled with white, cluster mums were on cither slrio. · /Rhododendrons nnd gladioli were used throughout the club. To R«nt(lc In Tulsa. The brldo'n , table 'covered with mirrors and tiers of blue net ruffles was centered with a post column cnke, surrounded with white blossoms and,-grwnery. .On cither end were bowls of white seasonal flowers. Assistiints wore Mrs. Thomas D. Sulllvnn, Miss Helen Shechnn, Miss Kathleen Shcchnn. Miss TUise- mnry Shcchnn and Mtas Prances ·Sheehan. After a wedding trip to New Orleans the couple will mnkii their home at 1331 3. Rockford Ave. For traveling the bride wore a bride's blue costume suit with mntchtng hnt and brown accessories. Out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R, Horrl- gan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul li, Lyons, Mrs. John K. Stephen. Mrs. George- Kuper, Miss Nancy Horrigan and Joseph S. Horrlgan, nil of Houston; Mrs. John W. Leonard, Mlsa Mary Lou Leonard and Edward F. Leonard, all of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Jntnes Nolan nnd JEdward Nolan, Lawreneeville, 111.; Mr. nnd Mrs, John M. Leonard and son, John, Chovy Chase, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. James W. Roche and Charles Hewitt, Wichita Falls. Tex.; R. H, Morrison, Norwalk. O.; Mr. nnd Mrs. James S. Jensen nnd Jack Jensen, Topckn, Knns.; Mrs., Alex Constantino. Fort Smith; the ReV. Joseph B. McGulrk, Woodnrrt. Okla., i\nd . Vincent olacomlnl, of Denver, 2 a.m.. were discussed at the regular Sunday meeting of the Sigma Club Dec. 23. from 10 p.m. unti i j ,, ___, _.»!._ __,,. ; Alpha Phi Fraternity yesterday at The Emery. · Donations for the .Dance committees were Hated follows; ,, .. The WSWS of the Lewis Ticket. John Hirsch. chairman. i^ ePh £ c rf."'_ R ?_ ?e ^^° U ^TM rt I Robert McCanna; decorating. ard Mutzabnugh, chairman. Harry Mitchell. Richard Mathers, Jame-i I Daugherty and Gale Dau^herty; j The publicity, James Yerdon, chairman, John Sera and Mark Johnson. j Members present were Joseph i Kervin, Joseph Klrsch, Harry ; i iK sa Mitchell, J;hn Sera. James Yerdon, Richard Mufczabaugh, Richard ; Mathers, Mark Johnson, Roger ; e gt Wolfe, Robert McGanna, Gale and James Daugherty. Phyllis Clancy., Brid.e-Elect, Crust at. Shower Miss Phyllis Clancy, bride-elect of Albert Gaul, of Kenmore, N. was honored at a kitchen shower given Friday evening by Mrs. Walter Burklmrdt and MM. Richard Mllhollen at the Intter's home at Bnrbour St. Games were enjoyed during the evening and prizes awarded the winner.-s. Lunch was served from a table-, appointed in red nnd white. A flower sprinkler from which kitchen utensils were hung made up the centerpiece. Those attend IIIR were Mrs. Mary pxley. Mrs. Frances, Kennemuth, Mrs. Helen Allen, Mrs. Reva Steck- Evan; ' Mrs. Helen Allen, Mrs. Reva infinger, Mrs. Alien Drocs, ' Mattle Schultz. Mrs. Carolyn Titua, Mrs, Clara Costcllo, Mrs. Priscllla Clancy, Miss Clara Avh, Miss i The Bt ' Francis Bcnnartli, Miss Rutb Burkhardt nnd Miss Louise Autieri, all of Bradford, Mrs. Leona Burkhnrdt. of Franklin, Die honored ftuest and the Mrs. Ida Marsh, 91 At Party in Home Mrs. Ida Mnrsh, West Branch, who will celebrate her 91st birthday nnntversfiry today, was honored at a party at her home Sunday afternoon by a number of friends. . fffl\ ' ' , Gucflts present were Mr, and Mrs. RP ), Waller BerrhlKe, Mr. and Mrs. Cllf- 'ord Wilson, the Rev, and Mrs. · -C. B, Anderson, Mrs. Nellie Ernest, Mrs. Jr-fin Clark. Mrs. Dorn John- ion, Mrs. Ruth Bi-i'be. Mrs. Roy Culbcrtam. Mrs. Roy Hire. Mrs. Helen Moore, Mrs. Ann Myers, Mrs. stanc and Mr*. Grace Cobb, ! J Primer Party Held : "' At YMCA Draws Primer party was held at the Y. ^t. C. A. Saturday attended by 35 member of the Young-Adult Club; of Bradford. Games were played, j and round and square dances, dl- icctod by Miss Marguerite Pistner, Phil Rose nnd Mr, and Mrs. Maynard Stevens. Refreshments were served by Pat Costelln, chairman of the committee. President Onyle Jones announced the next party will be held Saturday, Nov. 20. In (.he YMCA dining Cast anti Committees Of Sconf Play Honored Members of the ·cnst and commit* *c$ of "Scouts Own" were KUfsts nl the John Ley Girl Scout House Sunday afternoon from 3 o'clock to In

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  1. The Bradford Era,
  2. 14 Nov 1949, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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