Sarah Ann Kelly
tin ,1 I5 - r i 4 Mrs. Michael Sal Pecora The marriage of Miss Sarah Ann Cal Pane Kelly, 306 East Broad street, thisjAorJc Cnrrnor ritv tn Mirhapl Sal Fecora. 3tji n vv i iiiwi East Broad street, West Hazleton. was solemnized this morning at 11 , o'clock in St. Gabriel's Church. Rev. Edward Haggerty officiated at the double ring ceremony, and the reception was held at Gus Gen-etti's Lodge. The bride is the daughter of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Salvadore N. Pecora, West Hazleton. The main altar was decorated with white gladioli and pompons, while the side altars had bouquets of white carnations and pompons and red carnations. Given in marriage by her brother, Francis L. Kelly, the bride was attired in a white silk organza gown, made in a colonial style with silk tissue taffeta scrolls outlining the basque bodice, bateau neckline and short sleeves. Her triple bouffant bell-shaped skirt had silk taffeta scrolls centered with silk rosebuds surrounding the hipllne and fell from a huge tissue taffeta back bow into a chapel train. She wore a four-tiered elbow-length veil of English silk illusion with a hand-rolled edge and a silk cabbage rose and blossom headpiece. She wore long white gloves, and carried a bridal book topped with phaelanopsis orchids and a cascade of stephanotis. Mrs. Joseph Paterick, West Ha-zlston, was matron of honor. Her autumn capucine silk organza cocktail-length gown had a princess fitted bodice, bateau neckline snd short drop sleeves. Her bell skirt with a straight front panel had tiers encircling the back. She wore a matching capucine silk or ganza pill box hat with three min- Nuremberg Man In N. J. Jet f" t J d 6 s f -A - 4 , '' r i "i 4 4 st 3Irs. Donald Ray Rhodes Miss Elizabeth V. Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ball, 5 Trenton avenue, Manville, N. J., was married to Donald Ray Rhodes, 411 Talmadge avenue, Bound Brook, N. J., son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Rhodes, Nuremberg. The double ring ceremony was performed August 19, at 3 p. m., in St. Mary's G. C. Church, Manville, N. J., by Rev. John Gasper, and was followed by a reception at Firehouse No. 3, Manville, , N. J. The bride was given in marriage iature cabbage roses and a short! by her father, and wore a floor circular tace veil, maicning bauu ;"-"&" '6" c pumps and short white gloves. Dressed similarly to the honor attendant were the bridesmaids, Miss Rebecca Hale, Harwood; Miss Jacaueline Russell. New York City: and Mrs. Norman Unitus.ior and wore a princess style floor All carried basket reea broidered with Alencon lace and sequins, and carried a bouquet of orchids and foilage. Mrs. Virginia Burke, Bound Brook, N. J., was matron of hon- length gown with matching jacket of blue, and a blue bow headpiece with a circular veil. She carried an old fashioned bouquet of blue and white carnations. , Bridesmaids were Miss Arlcne Puzio, Manville, N. J.; Miss Mary Anderson, Middlesex, N. J.; and Mrs. Betty Ann Walchinsky, Manville, N. J. Miss Marianne Sop-ko was junior bridesmaid. They Lansford purses of orange delight roses. The best man was Lawrence Libonati, Philadelphia, while the ushers were Eugene Libonati, West Hazleton; Michael C. Pecora, Drums RD; and- Joseph Paterick, West Hazleton. , With Miss Margaret Flynn at the console of the organ, James Kos-tic sang "0 Lord, 1 Am Not Worthy," "Panis Ahgelicus," "Ave Maria," "0 Sanctissima," and "0 Love Divine." The bridegroom's mother selected-a mauve rose silk faille cocktail-length sheath dress with a re-em-.broidered sequin and pearl Chan- tilly lace yoke, and straight skirt with two flowing back panels. ne wore a matching hat, pumps and long white gloves, and a corsage of stephanotis. Upon their return from a wedding trip to Nassau in the Bahamas, the couple will reside at 40 Wilson street, Carlisle. West Hazleton High School, class j""' V' "J T t V .v. ' of 1958, and the Hazleton State !R.hes- Rari,an. brother Hospital School of Nursing, class! J the bridegroom; Clyde Rhodes, of 1961. Mr. Pecora is an alumnus Nuremberg, brother of the bride-of West Hazleton High School, ; Sr,00m : a"d George J. Ball, Man-uNmmina Sominarv and Wilkes i vlI1?. N.. J., brother of the bride. College, Wilkes-Barre. He is af Tne bnde s mother wore a blue student at Dickinson School of Law,; lace dress with black patent lea- Carlisle. Guests attended the wedding from Philadelphia and Allentown. wore eowns of nink. lilac, vellow and green to match the matron of I honor's, bow headpieces with oir-1 cular vpils anH arrioH hmm, similar to the matron of honor's, in colors to match their gowns. Miss Susan Lee Ball, Manville, N. J., niece of the bride, and Miss Kathleen Tyahla, Philadelphia, were flower girls. They wore floor length aqua silk organza gowns with small cap sleeves and scoop necklines, and crowns of seed pearls and sequins. They carried baskets of flowers. James Yannes, Nuremberg, was ther accessories and a blue leaf hat. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink silk organza dress with matching accessories.