C l u b National of o h n fol- Me- Hilton 24 Swearingen Mrs. means to in hostess hobo the Mrs. Arch MR. AND MRS. W. R. KOOSER Dolores J. Saniga WedsW.R.Kooser the were Mrs. at v i n John Mrs and Dolores Joan Saniga, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. John Saniga o 128 S. Main St., Bentleyville, became became the bride of William R. Koo ser Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wi liam Kooser Sr. of Brownsvill R. D. 1. at a double ring servic solemnized Saturday, Aug. 18, in St . Luke's R. C. Church, Bentley ville. The Rev. Thomas N. Nee heard the'exchange of vows at 9 a.m Traditional nuptial music was supplied supplied by Mrs. Eisenbart at the organ. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore an Alfred Angelo floor - length gown of lace and'silk tulle fashioned with fit ted bodice, .Sabrina neckline trimmed trimmed in seed pearls and sequins long pointed sleeves. The bouffant skirt, sprinkled with sequins, tea tured a Chanttlly lace apron front with tiers of ruffles in back ending ending in a chapel train. A Queen's coronation crown of seed pearls and sequins held her finger-tip vei of silk illusion and she carried a white prayer; book topped with an orchid. Dorothy Soychok of Bentleyville was ; maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Phyllis Kooser, sister of the bridegroom, and Caroline Gurriel cousin of the bride. They wore floor - length gowns with matching headdresses and carried cascade bouquets of pink carnations. Michael Hptarie of Uniontown served as best man. James Laughery Laughery of Rowes Run and Harry Groves of Superior, ushered Mrs. Saniga selected an aqua brocade dress with white accessories accessories for her daughter's The bridegroom's mother wore ice blue lace dress with white accessories. Supplementing the iceremony reception for 200 guests was at the Blue Diamond Grill eyville. For the wedding trip Niagara Falls the bride chose blue suit with white accessories. The new Mrs. Kooser is a graduate of Bentleyville High School and is employed by the Bentleyville Bentleyville Telephone Co. Her husband served two years with the and is employed by Loblaws Brownsville. They are residing at 128 S. Main. Bentleyville. * * * Auxiliary In Session Monthly meeting of the Lebanese Lebanese Auxiliary will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the new Lebanese Club at Evans Manor. All old and new members are urged to attend as important business will be discussed. Refreshments will be served will be followed by. entertainment. Mrs. Bernard John is club presi- ent. * * * REMOVING WRAPPER Know the reason for removing meat from the market wrapping aper? The paper absorbs the meat juices.