Dona Chamberlain Wed to Irwin Maroney

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BgSsjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBj, gaHESK 'Laaaaxr J $ jut' s. . - . &.vH4 fj.G Miss Schrauth's To Edward Mi atieie RECENT BRIDE te Ura. IRWIN JOHN If ARONEY Jr, Um former Ulai Dona Chamberlain, who wai wed In Heddlnf atethodut church, March U. Special Music In Reformed Church Andrew Jeatup Balrd. ortanlat and choir director of the Reformed church, haa arranged a ipectal pro tram of inter miuie lor me ier rice at the church, Sunday morn' int. The nroirim win Include pre lude. - Grind Offetolre De Ste Ce cue Mo. 1," Bitlite; proceulonal hymn, "Chrlt the Lord ,! RUen Today,"" Datldlcar - mnthem, "Come Set) the Flact Where Jeaui Lay; Horatio Parker, with aoloe by Mra jamei seirrtdte ana wimam iter noldi: hymn, "Come Ye Faithful,' offertory, carol, "The Bella Are oally Rintini, - T. a. mcai, oy the Junior choir: anthem, "Ai it Began Began to Dawn." Mylei B. Foster, Junior and Senior cholra, wltb aolo by Mr. Reynoldi; anthem. "Lol The Tomb la Empty," X Broome; hymn. 'All Ball the rower of jeiur Name.Shrubaole: Name.Shrubaole: and orjan poaUude, To - catft in z," Homer narutu. Shirley Monroe Honored by friends Mrs. Mary Rlseley and Mlas Jeanne Bchade, at Washington street, wen hostesses recently at Dona Chamberlain Wed to Irwin Maroney HediUar Methodist church. was the seen on Saturday, March it. ( Mia Dona Ma Chamberlain, dsughur of Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Chamberlain. Johnstown, to Irwin John Maroney Jr, aon of Mr. and Ura MeroMr 41 TullD street, "thl city. The double ring ceremony at I o'clock wai oonauetea ny u net. Morn Huaud. paator of the church. WhlU anasdraton and carnations were used In Um church decoration. Ura. Raymond Du PUk. church or gullet, furnlihed the music and also sang "Because." "Through the Yeara" and The Lorai rTayer, - Tbe brtdt, glran In marrlat by k. f.th.r wrore (own Ol WHlt Veriltlan lac orer Uffeta, It bad a Peter ran collar, fitted bodice and a full nylon skirt. Her tell of silk uimioA Kited in lac we attached to poke bonnet of lace and nylon net She carried prayer book with an orchid marker. uua Joaenhln Corteee. Johns town, wai UM maid of honor. She wore atraplaa town of aqua net oter laltoto with a fitted bodied; ballerina eitrt and a stole. She, too, wore a poke bonnet and earned ft colonial bouquet of gladioli. The other atUndanti.were Mrs. Nile D. Maroney, Fort Benjamin Harrison. Xnd and Mlae Alice Oreen. here; also Mlas Miriam Maroney, sister of the bridegroom, aa Junior bridesmaid. Their strap lue towns were of light blue, let - ender and yellow net. rcipecutciy. They wore floral headpieces to match their gowns ana camea col onial bouquet oi gianiou. The bride's mother ohos nary blue talll dree with ft pu coat and eoreete of pink talisman rosea. Mrs. Msroneyl dress was of aqua taffeta with gold accessories She wore corsage of yellow talis man rose. Marine Cpl Keith D. Maroney, Camp Lejtune, N. C. wa hi brother' brother' best man. Alrforc Bgt. Sterling ICrapser, Andrew Field, washing - ton, a c. ana Army ngu Nues a Maroney. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind brothers of Um bridegroom and Charles W. Chamberlain, Johns town, a brother of the bride, ush ered. After ft reception it The Rainbow Room, the couple departed for wedding trip to Washington. D. C. They will lite In Quantlco, Va, where the bridegroom Is stationed. The bride' traveling outfit wa of trey with red velvet trim and red accessories. She wore a white orchid corsage. The bride U graduate of Johnstown Johnstown High school, class of 1M1. and attended the Yaasar hospital School of Nursing. She we recently em ployed by th Johnstown Knitting Mill, jno. The bridegroom attended Poueh - keepale High achooL and served with th US. Kavy at the National Naval Reeearcb Center, Betheada, Md. where, on March JO. be completed operating room technician and tissue tissue bank school courses. He Is a bolder of diplomas in medicine. surgery and amphibious medical training. l

Clipped from Poughkeepsie Journal03 Apr 1953, FriPage 12

Poughkeepsie Journal (Poughkeepsie, New York)03 Apr 1953, FriPage 12
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