Nancy L Kelly Wedding
Wed At St. Gabriel's Today If i4 r ' j "v , r a i " : 4 J 1 r r y i ''',. v V . y I fhf i 1 -j -j W'k A h - ' X tJ y-f y-f y-f i -t -t Mrs. Daniel At a 10 o'clock ceremony this morning in St. Gabriel's Church, Miss Nancy L. Kelly, daughter of Mrs. Elian W. Kelly, 568 Alter street, and the late Francis P. Kelly, Kelly, was married to Daniel J. Rossi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rossi, Sr., 41 South Wyoming street. Rev. Paul Purcell performed the ceremony ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass. Miss Margaret Flynn was organ ist ana accompanied Miss Rose- Rose- mary Hayden, who sang "Ave; Maria" and "Oh Lord, I Am Not Worthy." The wedding reception was held later at the American Legion Home. Given in marriage by her brother, Robert J. Kelly, the bride wore a white silk gown, made with a Sa- Sa- uruia netKune inmmeu wun lace ana long iace sieeves enaing in;ed the address of welcome. points at the wrists. Her elbow- elbow- length veil was . arranged on a crown of pearls. She carried a bouquet of white daisies. Miss Helen Bittenbender, this city, was maid of honor and wore a blue silk gown, featuring a harem skirt. Her matching crown was of pearls and her bouquet was a nosegay of spring flowers i -j -j T : t gowns of yellow and pink, respectively, respectively, matched that of the honor attendant. Both wore matching matching crowns of pearls and carried nosegays of spring flowers. Paul Rossi served as best man for his brother, and Frank DiAn-drea, DiAn-drea, DiAn-drea, this city, and Dave Rossi, Jr., cousin of the bridegroom, ushered. ushered. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Kelly chose a blue silk dress and Navy accessories, while the bridegroom's mother wore a beige lace dress. The couple planned a honey - moon trip to New York City. Today's bride is a graduate of Hazleton High School, class or 1956. Mr. Rossi, an alumnus of the same school, class of 1954, is employed by the Miorelli Construction Construction Co. cnueMliaiu vv,tie u'" t ! Sharon Evans, "Straw Hat and Gaudiano and Mary EUen Kelly ,!Cane"; Lorraine Shema, "Dance sister of the bride. Their silKnf th Fiu;r:"- Fiu;r:"- Maru Tmi RpH. J. Rossi Mayflower OES 47th Banquet At Altamont Almost 100 members and guests of Mayflower Chapter, No. 107, Order of Eastern Star attended the 47th annual banquet held last night at the Hotel Altamont. Guests were from Philadelphia, Palmerton, Lehighton, Jim Thorpe, Easton, Alexandria, Va., and Free-land. Free-land. Free-land. Miss Hazel Chegwidden, P. M., was toastmaster, and Mrs. Susan Rhoda gave the invocation. Mrs. , Bernice Hartung. W. M., present Rev. Jesse K. Gunder, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church, was the speaker, and entertainment featured dances by students of Mrs. Joan Sacco, under the direction direction of Mrs. Louise Stewart. The dancers were Linda Dodson, "Acrobatic Tidbits"; Linda Henry, "Ballin' the Jack"; Barbara Klonitsko. "Syncopated Clock"; nar, "Sidewalks of New York"; Marcia Jupina, "Intermezzo." Also Jean Davis and Sandy Glea- Glea- son, "It Had to be You"; Carmella DiLuzio, "Five Foot Two"; Sharon Durishin "Missouri Waltz"; George Calarco, "Once in Love With Amy"; and Sally Dever, "The Dream of a Swan." Phyllis Stewart was mistress of ceremonies for the dance program, and Ann Faust was accompanist. Cards were played at the close 0f the program. Members of the j committee were Mrs. Selina Hill, ! p. M., chairman; Mrs. Betty I Sherry, P. M., co-chairman; co-chairman; co-chairman; Miss j Hazel Chegwidden, P. M., Mrs. Mildred Waener. Miss Catherine Renshaw, Mrs. Elizabeth Schaar and Mrs. Bessie Cantner. Past Matrons of Mayflower Chapter comprised the reception committee.