David Charles Cohoon wedding announcement
MRS. COHOON Elva Noshay is Bride In Wayside Church ' The marriage of Miss Elva Virginia Virginia Noshay, daughter of Mr. : and Mrs. Edward C. Noshay of . Brookwood Dr., to David Charles Cohoon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilbur T. Cohoon of Parkside Ave., took place Saturday afternoon at the Wayside United Presbyterian Church in Wanakah. The double ring ceremony was performed by . the Rev. Dean Young. Escorted by her father, the bride was in a gown of ivory silk : organza fashioned with a bodice of re-embroidered re-embroidered re-embroidered alencon lace with sweetheart neckline and A-. A-. A-. line skirt which terminated in a chapel length train. A cluster of matching lace and seed pearls held her bouffant veil of illusion and - she carried - a cascade of white roses and Ivy. The bride had as her maid of honor, Miss Carol Noshay, a sister, sister, and bridesmaids were Miss Beatrice Durney of Mount Kisco, Miss Gail Carver of Utica and Miss Carol Lee Wells of Berkeley'; Heights, N. J. They wore gowns', of coral chiffon with Empire bodices, bodices, scoop necklines and sheath skirts. Their headbands were or-" or-" ganza roses and they carried cascades cascades of white daisies and ivy. The bridegroom had as his best man Craig Johnson and ushers -were Richard Kettler of Canton, Ohio, Robert Pitcher of Irving-ton, Irving-ton, Irving-ton, N. J., and George Steares. Mrs. Noshay wore a chartreuse chartreuse chiffon dress with moss green and white accessories. The mother of the bridegroom wore an aquamarine crepe dress with crystal beading and matching accessories. accessories. Their corsages were of white roses and carnations. v A reception was given in the West End Hotel. Following a trip to Quebec, the couple will make their home in Ravenna, Ohio.